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Question 118 out of 8 pointsMatch the part of the story with what it says about God's placeQuestionSelected MatchThe Proclaimed KingdomG.The individual believer; the churchThe Perfected KingdomF."New creation, new Jerusalem, new temple"The Promised KingdomA.CanaanThe Pattern of the KingdomD.
The GardenThe Prophesied KingdomC.New temple; new creationThe Present KingdomH.Jesus Christ: true tabernacle; true templeThe Perished KingdomE.BanishedThe Partial KingdomB.Canaan (and Jerusalem and temple)Question 128 out of 8 pointsMatch the part of the story with what it says about God's rule and blessingQuestionSelected MatchThe Perished KingdomH.Disobedience and curseThe Perfected KingdomA.Throne of God and the Lamb; perfect blessingThe Present KingdomD.Jesus Christ: new covenant; restThe Prophesied KingdomF.
New covenant; new king; great blessingThe Proclaimed KingdomB.New covenant; Holy SpiritThe Pattern of theKingdomG.God's Word; perfect relationshipsThe Promised KingdomC.Blessing to Israel and the nationsThe Partial KingdomE.The law and the kingQuestion 133 out of 3 pointsMatching: Match the term with its beliefs about the millenium.QuestionSelected MatchPremillenialismB.Christ will return before the millennium. He will raise deadChristians to life again and they will reign with him on earth.Satan will have no power until the very end of this periodwhen he will gather together all those who still resist Christ'srule. They will then be destroyed in a final battle, and the endwill come.PostmillennialismA.The millennium is the time immediately before the secondcoming: he will return after it. This "millennial age" will be aperiod of peace and righteousness in which more and morepeople will become Christians and the world will grow more
godly.AmillennialismC.The millennium represents the whole of the last days; we arein it now. Satan has already been defeated and bound by thedeath and resurrection of Christ. He is still active, but he cando nothing to thwart God's purposes. Christians who havedied already reign with Christ in heaven.