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In the Parable of the Sower (Mark 4) which of the following represents those who hear the Word of God but the cares of the world and desire of riches choke it out?
The person of Jesus Christ may be described by all the following except:
Which of the following is not a description of the Kingdom of God used by Jesus:
According to John 10:1-18 which of the following does not describe Jesus as the Good Shepherd?
In Luke 10 how did Jesus respond to the lawyer who asked him, "And who is my neighbor?"Jesus told him the parable of the Good Samaritan.The statement from Isaiah 53:5, "He was wounded for our transgressions; he was crushed for ouriniquities," refers to the atonement of Jesus Christ.
The pronouncement of the forgiveness of our sins by Jesus Christ is called the incarnation.
The concept of the Trinity states that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one God in three persons, coexisting for eternity in a relationship of love.
Why did Christ, the Son of God, come to earth and become a man?
What was the apostle Paul referring to when he wrote in 1 Corinthians 1 that "the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men"?
According to Romans 3:23, all humans, when measured against the divine Law, are found guilty of sin and fall short of the glory of God.
According to Romans 3:20, humans can attain a relationship with God by living by the letter of the Law in the Old Testament.
According to Romans 3:21-26, God revealed His righteousness through the sacrifice of Jesus, and this righteousness is available to all people by faith.
Having a relationship with Jesus involves more than merely accepting what Jesus said as truth, it also implies obedient living by loving God and others.
According to Matthew 5:44, Jesus commanded His followers to love only those who do good to them.
Jesus taught His followers to forgive others even if this means sacrificing one's own rights for therestoration of the one forgiven.
The story Jesus told in Matthew 18:21-35 illustrates how unrealistic it is to forgive others.

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