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What Does Jesus Teach About Obedience and Baptism?

Jesus Is Lord - Lesson #6


*1* Who is acceptable to God? (a) one who just fears him, (b) one who calls Jesus "Lord," (c) one who fears Him and works righteousness. Answer: .

*2* Jesus is author (source) of salvation to whom? Answer: To all who Him.

*3* To be set free from sin, what must people do? Answer: They must from the heart the doctrine delivered.

*4* We purify our souls in doing what? (a) in simply believing in Jesus, (b) in obeying the truth, (c) in praying for forgiveness. Answer: .

*5* If we love Him, what will we do? Answer: We will keep (obey) His .

*6* What avails in Christ? Answer: What avails is faith through love.

*7* What is the condition of faith without works (v17,20,26)? (a) it is dead (barren), (b) it saves us, (c) it is like the faith of Abraham. Answer: .

*8* We are justified by works and not by what (v24)? Answer: We are not justified by .

*9* One who has repented should do what? (a) live like before, (b) teach that works do not matter, (c) do works worthy of repentance. Answer: .

*10* Which of the following must one give up? (a) stealing, (b) homosexuality, (c) drunkenness, (d) an adulterous remarriage, (e) all the preceding. (See also 1 Cor. 6:9-11; Gal. 5:19-21; Matt. 19:9; Luke 3:8-14.) Answer: .

*11* God will reward each one according to what (v6)? Answer: According to his .

*12* Eternal life will be given to whom (v7,10)? (a) those who continue patiently in well-doing and who work good, (b) those who just believe, (c) those who have godly relatives. Answer: .

*13* Tribulation and anguish will be given to whom (8,9)? Answer: Those who the truth but work (do) evil.

*14* Flaming fire and everlasting destruction await whom? (a) those who know not God, (b) those who obey not the gospel, (c) both of these. Answer: .

*15* How many true Heavenly Fathers are there? Answer (give a number): .

*16* How many true baptisms are there? Answer (give a number): .

*17* When were Saul's sins washed away? (a) on the road to Damascus, (b) before he was baptized, (c) as a result of his baptism? Answer: .

*18* Note that Saul had previously believed in Jesus and had been praying (9:1-6,11). Most churches would say he was already saved before baptism. But was he? Answer (Yes or No): .

*19* Into what are we baptized? (a) Jesus and His death, (b) a particular denomination, (c) a social club. Answer: .

*20* According to what we have earlier learned, can a person be saved outside Jesus and without His blood? Answer (Yes or No): .

*21* For each person there must be a point at which he first receives forgiveness. He is in sin before that point, but afterwards, he is forgiven. At what point does this occur? (a) the moment we believe, (b) when we pray for forgiveness, (c) when we are baptized. (See also Galatians 3:27.) Answer: .

*22* When does remission of sins come? (a) before one repents and is baptized, (b) as a result of repenting and being baptized. Answer: .

*23* Can one be saved without repentance? Answer (Yes or No): .

*24* Can one be saved without baptism? Answer (Yes or No): .

*25* What must one do to be saved? Answer: He who believes and is will be saved.

*26* When is one saved? (a) before baptism, (b) as a result of baptism. Answer: .

*27* How is baptism described? (a) sprinkling, (b) pouring, (c) burial and resurrection, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*28* How is the eunuch's baptism described? (a) he was sprinkled, (b) water was poured on him, (c) he went down into the water and came up out of it. Answer: .

*29* When denominations sprinkle or pour, does the person "go down into" the water and "come up out of it"? Answer (Yes or No): .

*30* Before one can be baptized, he must understand the gospel (John 6:44,45), believe (Mark 16:15,16; Acts 8:12), repent (Acts 2:38), and confess (Romans 10:9,10). Can babies do all these things? Answer (Yes or No): .

*31* Baptized people are members of the church and must participate in its work and worship (1 Corinthians 12:13,25,26; 10:16,17; 11:23-29; Ephesians 4:16). Can babies do these things? Answer (Yes or No): .

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*32* What is your belief about the importance of obedience in salvation?

*33* Have you believed in Jesus as your Savior who died for your sins, and have you repented and determined to dedicate your whole life to serving God?

*34* Have you confessed Jesus as your Lord and been Scripturally baptized - completely immersed, based on your own personal conviction, for the purpose of receiving forgiveness of sins by the blood of Jesus?

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