AWANA Main Study 2 Even Lsns. Flashcards

New Testament
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What does Paul tell us in Ephesians 2?
Paul points out the major differences between the saved and the unsaved person.
What did Peter do in Antioch when the Judaizers were not around?
Peter fellowshipped with the Gentile Christians.
What does Galatians 3:6 remind us?
Paul reminds us that salvation has always been available through faith in God.
Galatians 1:11-12, 15-16, 23 tells us what?
God called Paul out of a sinful past to preach the Gospel.
Galatians 2:12 tells us what?
Peter refused to eat with the Gentile Christians when the Judaizers were in town.
Galatians 2:7-9 tells us what?
The religious leaders in Jerusalem commissioned Paul and Barnabas to go to the Gentiles.
What happened as a result of Christ's atoning death on the cross?
We are no longer guilty, we have been crucified with Christ.
What did Peter do if the Judaizers were around?
Peter refused to eat with the Gentiles.
Galatians 2:20 tells us what?
We have been crucified with Christ.
Galatians 3:29 tells us what?
When you trust Christ as Savior, you receive fulfillment of the promise made to Abraham's spiritual seed.
Galatians 2:1 tells us what?
Barnabas and Titus accompanied Paul on his second visit to Jerusalem.
Galatians 2:19 tells us what?
We who are alive to Christ are dead to the law.
Romans 4:4-5 tells us what?
Justification is the only way to gain a righteous standing before an all righteous God.
Galatians 2:13
Peter's hypocrisy influenced even Barnabas.
Ephesians 2:7 tells us what?
The blessings of a life in Jesus Christ go beyond the moment of our salvation and our present living.
MORE FALSE GOSPELS
1. Christian Parents-Depending on their Christianity to get to Heaven.-John 3:6-72. Philosophy, Worldly Wisdom, Cults-All add to or take away from the message of salvation by grace through faith.-Colossians 2:83. Riches or Material Possessions-Mark 10:24
How Can I be saved?
1. Romans 4:52. John 5:24
Once you are saved, how should you live?
Like an adopted son
Ephesians 2:19 tells us what?
Once you trust Christ, you are no longer a citizen of earth; instead, you are a citizen of Heaven.
FALSE GOSPELS
1. Keeping the Law-Galatians 3:102. Religious Observances-Church attendance, keeping the ordinances, baptism, the Lord's prayer, giving money to the church or to the poor, penances, confirmation, saying prayers, etc. None of these acts will guarantee salvation or make us righteous before God.-Hebrews 10:43. Good Works-Doing good, treating other people right, etc.-Isaiah 64:6
Galatians 1:1 tells us what?
Although Paul was not one of the original twelve, he claimed equal authority with them.
Galatians 1:13 tells us what?
Prior to his conversion, Paul had persecuted the church.
Why is the word "grace" used so many times in lesson 8?
Because grace is such a vital aspect of every part of our Christian lives.
Galatians 4:5 tells us what?
You are an adopted son with God as your Father.
Galatians 4:9 tells us what?
Although the Galatians gave up their idols when they became Christians, they still struggled with the legalism of the Judaizers.
What verse supports "the Gospel Message?"
1 Corinthians 15:1, 3-4
Romans 8:38-39 tells us what?
God promises that once you are His, nothing can alter your position.
2 Corinthians 5:17 tells us what?
If we have trusted Christ, our lives will be different.
What does the law do?
It locks us in chains and throws away the key. It reminds us of our hopelessness and wickedness and that we can never be acceptable to God on our own merits.
Galatians 1:15 tells us what?
God called Paul.
Galatians 1:10 tells us what?
Paul sought to please God rather than men.
Why are the world's customs so different?
Because they don't have a new nature.
Ephesians 2:8a tells us what?
God doesn't fit into our idea of human reason.
1 Timothy 4:12
Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.
2 Timothy 2:2
And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.
1 Corinthians 15:1, 3-4
...I declare to you the gospel...that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures and that He was buried and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures.
Isaiah 64:6
But we are all like an unclean thing and all our righteousnesses are like filthy rags, we all fade as a leaf and our iniquities like the wind, have taken us away.
Galatians 3:10
For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse. For it is written, "cursed is everyone who does not continue in all things which are written in the book of the law, to do them."
Hebrews 10:4
For it is not possible that the blood of bulls and goats could take away sins.
John 3:6-7
That which is born of the flesh is flesh and that which is born of the Spirit is Spirit, do not marvel that I said to you, "you must be born again."
Mark 10:24
And the disciples were astonished at His words, but Jesus answered again and said to them, "children, how hard it is for those who trust in riches to enter the Kingdom of God."
Colossians 2:8
Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit. According to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ.
Romans 4:5
But to him who does not work, but believes on Him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is accounted for righteousness.
John 5:24
Most assuredly I say to you, he who hears my word and believes in Him who sent me has everlasting life and shall not come into judgment but has passed from death into life.
What will happen to those who trust a false gospel?
They will be thrown into the a place of punishment called the Lake of Fire and will be separated from God forever.
What do we learn in 1 Corinthians?
...that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures, and that He was buried and that He rose again the third day according to the scriptures.
What do we learn in Hebrews 2?
Every transgression and disobedience received a just reward, how shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation?
What do we learn in John 10?
I am the door of the sheep...if anyone enters by Me, he will be saved...The good shepherd gives His life for the sheep...that they may have life and that they may have it more abundantly.
Who has been affected by peer pressure?
All of us, even the apostle Paul.
How was Paul criticized by the Judaizers?
1. He preached the gospel of grace without the works of the law.2. Paul was not one of the original 12 disciples, but claimed equal authority with them. (Gal. 1:1)
Apostle
Those who saw the resurrected Christ and preached the gospel to establish the Church.
What were the 12 disciples commissioned with?
Divine authority to take the gospel to the Jews first and then to the Gentiles.
What were the least of Paul's worries?
The criticisms of the Judaizers.
Why were the criticisms of the Judaizers the least of Paul's worries?
Because the very churches he had founded questioned whether or not he was an apostle and whether he had communicated only partial truth to them about the gospel of grace.
Who did Paul never let compromise what was right?
Peers
Galatians 2:20-21
I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh, I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave Himself for me. I do not set aside the grace of God, for if righteousness comes through the law, then Christ died in vain.
Justified
God declaring a guilty sinner not guilty. Justified means not only forgiven, but that we were also made righteous before an all-righteous God.
A number of years after his conversion, Paul traveled to Jerusalem with whom?
With Barnabas and Titus
Who was Barnabas?
He was known for his missionary work in Antioch and defended Paul as an apostle.
Who was Titus?
He was Greek who had been converted under Paul's ministry.
In Jerusalem, who did Paul speak to and what did he speak with them about?
Paul spoke to several influential religious leaders about the gospel message he had preached to the Gentiles.
What happened after Paul spoke to the leaders in Jerusalem?
They accepted his message and gave Paul and Barnabas the "right hand of fellowship" through Peter, James, and John. They also commissioned Paul and Barnabas to go to the Gentiles. (G. 2:7-9)
What is another name for Peter?
Cephas
Who was Cephas?
Peter
Describe Peter's hypocrisy
When the Judaizers were in town, Peter refused to eat with the Gentiles. But, when the Judaizers were not around, Peter fellowshipped with the Gentile believers.
Who else did Peter's hypocrisy influence?
Other Jewish believers, even Barnabas
What does the gospel of grace emphasize?
The insufficiency of the law for salvation
What emphasizes the insufficiency of the law for salvation?
the gospel of grace
Paul taught that a person becomes a child of God, when?
When he or she is justified.
When someone is justified, what happens?
He or she becomes a child of God. They are declared not guilty because of Calvary. They are not only forgiven, but have been declared righteous in God's sight.
Sometimes the word "justified" is compared with what word?
Forgiven
What can never make us acceptable to God?
the law
What does justification do?
It breaks the chains of the law and presents us not guilty. It's our only way to gain a righteous standing before an all righteous God. (Romans 4:4-5)
What has been paid by the atoning death of Christ on the cross?
Our penalty for breaking the law
We are no longer guilty. We have been crucified with Christ because of what?
Christ's atoning death on the cross
What three questions are asked in the beginning of lesson 4?
1. Remember learning to ride a bicycle?2. How about going to school for the first time?3. Or experiencing your first "love?"
What comes with more adult interests?
New responsibilities
What happens as you mature in your walk with God?
He gives you new desires and goals that will please Him.
What is found in God's word, according to lesson 4?
Rich nourishment
When do you receive the fulfillment of the promise made to Abraham's spiritual seed?
When you trust Christ by faith. (G. 3:29)
What verse tells us that you are an adopted son with God as your Father?
Galatians 4:5
What is the usual meaning of the English word, adoption?
A family taking in an orphaned child.
What does adoption mean in Gal. 4:5?
It refers to the privileges and responsibilities of an adult son, or son of legal age.
Paul told the Galatians that a child who lives under the law, is still what?
A child under bondage. Although they are an heir of God's promise to Abraham, the believer living under the law is still a servant or slave.
What kind of believer is still a servant or slave?
The one who lives under the law.
How can you live like an adopted son?
By worshiping God alone
Before they became Christians, what did many Galatians participate in?
Customs of Idolatry, meaningless rituals, and worship of pagan gods.
How may you practice modern-day idolatry?
Through your love for money, pleasure, or success
What does the Holy Spirit do when you trust Christ as Savior?
The Holy Spirit works in your life and leads you to worship and praise God alone.
Galatians 4:6-7
And because you are sons, God has sent forth the Spirit of His Son into your hearts, crying out, "Abba, Father!"Therefore, you are no longer a slave, but a son, and if a son, then an heir of God through Christ.
Adoption
When you put your faith in Jesus Christ, God makes you a member of His family, with all the privileges and responsibilities of an adult son, or son of legal age.
Idolatry
Anything or anyone who takes God's rightful place in your life.
Spiritual
Describes the person who walks with God
Legalism
Basing one's walk with God on keeping rules or the law
What should produce changes in your walk with God?
Growing up in Christ as His adopted son
2 Corinthians 5:21 tells us what?
If you have really trusted Christ, your life will be different.
What should be growing deeper all the time?
Your walk with God
When is God faithful?
When you fail
Romans 8:38-39 tells us what?
That once you are God's, nothing can alter your position.
Galatians 4:9 tells us what?
Although the Galatians gave up their idols when they became Christians, they still struggled with the legalism of the Judaizers.
What did the Galatians still struggle with even after they became Christians, according to Gal. 4:9?
The legalism of the Judaizers
What did the Judaizers stress?
Salvation by grace PLUS the legalism of the Mosaic law.
What is no bondage stronger than?
Religious slavery
List some pagan countries
India, China, Japan
People in religious slavery are slaves of what?
Religious fear, superstition, with their shrines, idols, penances, holy men, prayer beads, etc.
Where is it easy for you to become a slave of legalism?
In your church and in your daily living
Many Christians agree that salvation by works is legalistic, but they don't spot what?
Other forms of legalism-making rules they expect everyone to obey.
Give examples of legalism in our modern lives.
Sometimes, its merely looking down on Christians who don't attend church as faithfully as you do. Or sometimes, it's judging as less spiritual Christians who don't conform to traditional styles of dress or hair.
What fact can you not alter?
Christ alone saves and keeps. Nothing you do will alter this fact.
Galatians 5:25
If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.
What does legalism encourage you to do?
To be saved by the Spirit, but walk under the law.
What are you doing if you are walking under the law?
You are relying on your own efforts, your own flesh.
Romans 7:18
For I know that in me, that is in my flesh, nothing good dwells. For to will is present with me, but how to preform what is good, I do not find.
What is important to God that we do?
Live by the power of the Holy Spirit instead of trusting our own flesh.
How do we live in the Spirit?
When we accept Jesus Christ as our personal Savior, the Holy Spirit indwells us. And as we read the Bible, spend time daily in prayer, and depend more and more on the Lord, the Holy Spirit empowers us for service.
Galatians 5:24-25
And those who are Christ's have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.
Galatians 5:18
If you are led by the Spirit, you are not under the law.
Holy Spirit
At salvation, the third person of the Godhead (Trinity)indwells us. He convicts us of sin, guides us to Godly living, and empowers us for service.
Age of Grace
The age in which we live. We call it the age of grace because we are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. It began with the death and resurrection of Christ.
What verse should you take to heart if you are struggling with sin?
Galatians 5:16
Galatians 5:16
...Walk in the Spirit and you shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh.
What is Galatians 5:16 saying?
If you rely on your own abilities, if you try to be good by obeying laws, if you trust in yourself, you will fall into sin. But, if you rely on the Spirit, you don't "have" to do anything. He will do it for you and in you.
What is your responsibility in relation to being good?
Your responsibility isn't to "be good." Your responsibility is to focus on Jesus Christ and allow the Holy Spirit to do good through you.It is also to "feed" your new nature by prayer, reading the Bible, paying attention in church, talking with other Christians, etc. If you do that, "good" will come naturally.
Which captain will be the strong one?
The one you put in control.
When will your new nature be in control?
When you focus on Christ and spend time in the Bible.
What verse tells us that everything we do has consequences?
Galatians 6:7
Galatians 6:7
Do not be deceived, God is not mocked. For whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.
Our actions will bear either good or bad fruit, depending on what?
The kind of seeds we sow
What is the opposite of goodness
Fornication
What is the opposite of hatred?
Love
What is the opposite of love?
Hatred
What is the opposite of fornication?
Goodness
Why does Paul tell us to pray without ceasing?
Because our old nature will grab any opportunity to take over.
What did Paul mean when he told us to pray without ceasing?
He's not telling us that we need to be on our knees all day, everyday. He is telling us that we need to always be aware of God and always ready to draw upon His power to make decisions and avoid temptations.
What question is asked at the beginning of lesson 8?
Do you remember what your life was like before you trusted Christ?
What is it easy to get caught up in?
The physical world around you, and not pay much attention to the spiritual world inside of you.
What has eternal value?
Only things done for Christ
What does Paul do in Ephesians 2?
Points out the major differences between the saved and the unsaved person.
How were we sinners before salvation?
By choice, inheritance, and practice
Who did we inherit the old, sinful nature through?
Adam
When we became children of God, what was cast aside?
The chains of a sinful life.
Now that we are Christians, what do we have according to lesson 8?
A new nature and the power to choose to obey God and have victory over temptation.
How do we enjoy the blessings of knowing Christ?
By Faith
The blessings of a life in Jesus Christ, go beyond what?
The moment of our salvation and present living.
What verse tells us that the blessings of a life in Christ go beyond our salvation and present living?
Ephesians 2:7
Ephesians 2:7
That in the ages to come He might show the exceeding riches of His grace in His kindness toward us in Christ Jesus.
When do we enjoy the riches of Salvation?
They begin with our earthly lives and extend into eternity when we will be in Heaven.
What have we done to deserve the blessings of salvation?
Absolutely nothing. In fact, our sinful nature makes us completely undeserving of such blessings.
Why did God choose to shower us with blessings?
Because of His unconditional, unexplainable love.
What did God do because of His unconditional, unexplainable love?
He chose to shower us with blessings.
Why does God seem so far beyond human logic?
He chose to shower us with blessings because of His unconditional, unexplainable love.
What verse tells us that God doesn't fit into our idea of human logic?
Ephesians 2:8a
Ephesians 2:8a
For by grace you have been saved, through faith.
What word is used a lot in lesson 8?
Grace
Why is the word grace used so much in lesson 8?
Because it is such a vital aspect of our everyday lives.
What kind of people were the Ephesians when Paul wrote to them?
They were Gentiles
How was salvation available to the Ephesians for most of their lives?
By becoming practicing Jews.
What verse tells us how the Ephesians were before they were saved?
Ephesians 2:12b
Ephesians 2:12b
...aliens from the commonwealth of Israel, and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope, and without God in the world.
What fulfilled all the requirements of the Jewish law?
Christ's life, death, and resurrection.
What did Christ's death fulfill?
The requirements of the Jewish law.
How was Abraham saved before the law?
By faith alone
Where does Paul list a number of aspects of the new relationship between Jews and Gentiles?
Ephesians 2
What can we thank God for according to lesson 8?
That we live in a period when salvation is available to all, without any requirements of the law.
What verse tells us that salvation has always been received by faith in God?
Galatians 3:6
Galatians 3:6
...Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to Him for righteousness.
When did faith have to be demonstrated?
From the time of Moses to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
How did faith have to be demonstrated before Christ died?
By obeying laws that included blood sacrifices to cover sins.
What was not sufficient in itself to pay for sin?
Blood sacrifices
What did the blood sacrifices stand for?
A temporary symbol of Christ's death on the cross
What stood in temporary place of Christ's death in the cross?
Blood sacrifices
Once Christ died, what happened in regards to our sin?
All sins, past, present, and future were covered and faith alone is all that is needed for anyone-Gentile or Jew.
What is the metaphor used in lesson 8 to describe what life is like for Christians on earth?
Waking up in a small foreign country where you didn't speak the language, you didn't understand any of the customs, and your clothing was so different that you stuck out like a flashing red light in the dark.
What happens, in relation to your citizenship, after you trust Christ?
You are no longer a citizen of earth, instead, you are a citizen of Heaven.
Why don't the people around us understand the things of God?
Because, in a way, they speak a different language. Their customs are totally different because they don't have a new nature.
Why are the world's customs so different?
Because they don't have a new nature
Why is Christ with you wherever you go?
Because Christ is in you and you are there.
Who makes up the body of Christ, the Church?
Jews and Gentiles together.
What metaphor is used in lesson 10 to describe what it was like for the Gentiles when Paul told them the message that they were fellow heirs of the blessings of salvation with the Jews.
Having a rich uncle who dies and leaves an inheritance worth millions of dollars. All your life, you thought the money would go to your older brother. But when your uncle dies, you discover that his will makes you and your brother fellow heirs.
What is the Church?
It is the body of Christ. It is composed of all Jewish and Gentile believers from the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2) until Christ returns to take all believers to Heaven.
What does Ephesians 3:5 tell us?
The Church is a wonderful truth, previously hidden to all men until God revealed it to Paul and the other apostles.
Why did God humanity up to its sinful desires?
Because of their rebellion (see p.59)
Ephesians 4:1-3
I, therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you to walk worthy of the calling with which you were called. With all lowliness and Gentleness, with longsuffering, bearing with one another in love. Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.
How did Paul describe the Athenian crowd's idolatrous practices?
"...these times of ignorance..." (Acts 17:30)
Acts 17:23, 30 tells us what?
In spite of their rebellion, God used Paul to reveal the Lord Jesus, the one they did not know.
2 Peter 3:9 tells us what?
Throughout history, God has been patient in tolerating man's sinfulness.
2 Corinthians 5:21 tells us what?
ATTB: Although His hatred for sin never changes, God withheld His wrath until His own Son took our sin upon Himself in His sacrifice on the cross.
Galatians 4:4, Romans 3:25
But when the fullness of the time had come, God sent forth His Son...to demonstrate His righteousness, because in His forbearance God had passed over the sins that were previously committed.
1 Thessalonians 2:15
...killed both the Lord Jesus and their own prophets, and have persecuted us; and they do not please God and are contrary to all men.
Mystery
A hidden truth that God has revealed
How did God call Peter?
Through a vision
What was Peter's response to his call?
He was reluctant at first, but when the messenger came, Peter obeyed God and went to the house of Cornelius, a Gentile. (Acts 10)
According to Peter's background, what were the Gentiles?
Dogs (Matt. 15:26)
What qualities do we need in our lives in order to be Christlike?
Lowliness, Gentleness, Longsuffering, Bearing with one another, Unity
When can pride become a problem in our lives?
When we don't see ourselves as God sees us
When is it possible to live the five Christian virtues listed in Ephesians 4:1-3?
When we put off the "old man" and put on the "new man" through the power of the Holy Spirit. (Eph. 4:22, 24)
What verse tells us its not by our power that we live a successful Christian life?
Zechariah 4:6
Zechariah 4:6
"Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit," says the Lord of Hosts.
"Put" is what kind of verb?
An action verb. It's something we need to do.
Why did the Lord give us Ephesians 5 & 6?
Because, while we might not need instructions for eating peanuts,we do need directions for living the Christian life.
How does God want you to walk?
According to His will
What verse tells us there are too many areas we don't allow the Holy Spirit to control?
Ephesians 5:18
What happens if you obey Romans 12:1?
The Holy Spirit controls and empowers you for service.
When will the Holy Spirit control and empower you for service?
When you obey Romans 12:1 and yield your life, talents, and ambitions to the Lord.
Ephesians 5:19
...in Psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord.
What verse tells us how we should speak with other believers?
Ephesians 5:19
What kind of attitude should you always have?
An attitude of praise and joy
Why should you always have an attitude of praise and joy?
Because you have received God's grace
What does God want us to do no matter how difficult the situation?
Be thankful to him
Romans 8:18
For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.
What verse tells us that we are guaranteed a perfect future in a perfect heaven with a perfect Lord who loves us?
Romans 8:18
What are the important issues?
God lives in you and promised to be with you even in the toughest times.
Ephesians 6:10
Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might.
Ephesians 6:11
Put on the whole armor of God that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.
How do we put on armor that we can't even see?
We do it through dependence upon the Lord in prayer and through His Word.
What happens if you don't follow the directions?
You are fighting a losing battle
What are the offensive weapons?
The power of the Holy Spirit through the Word of God and prayer.
What kind of prayer does Paul recommend?
Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit. Eph. 6:18
What will happen if you take the offensive weapons?
God will be able to use you in a victorious way.
What kind of believer will be victorious?
The one who does what the word says.
Which piece of armor helps us keep our thoughts honoring to God?
Breastplate of Righteousness (Buckle It In, p.73)
Which piece of armor helps us flee temptation?
Sword of the Spirit (Buckle It In, p.73)
Which piece of armor helps us remember God will never allow temptation beyond what we can handle?
Shoes of the Gospel of Peace (Buckle It In, p.73)
Which piece of armor helps us keep our thoughts pure and honoring before God?
Helmet of Salvation (Buckle It In, p.73)
Which piece of armor reminds us we are free from the power of sin?
Helmet of Salvation (Buckle It In, p.73)
Give the theme, author, and date of Luke.
Theme: Christ the Man, Author: Luke, Date: AD 63-68
Give the theme, author, and date of Acts.
Theme: History of the Early Church, Date: About AD 60, Author: Luke
Give the theme, author, and date of Galatians.
Theme: Christian Liberty, Author: Paul, Date: around AD 60
Give the theme, author, and date of Acts.
Theme: History of the Early Church, Date: About AD 60, Author: Luke
Give the theme, author, and date of Galatians.
Date: AD 55-60, Author: Paul, Theme: Christian Liberty
Give the theme, author, and date of Ephesians.
Theme: The Christian's standing, walk, and warfare. Author: Paul, Date: AD 60-64
Give the theme, author, and date of Colossians.
Theme: The Preeminence of Christ, Author: Paul, Date: Around AD 60
Give the theme, author, and date of 1 Peter.
Theme: Suffering and GloryAuthor: PeterDate: AD 60
How did Paul refer to Luke?
The Beloved Physician
Who traces the genealogy of Christ back to Adam?
Luke
What were the two errors Paul wrote to the Galatians to correct?
1. Man's salvation is dependent upon his keeping parts of the law, in addition to faith in Christ. 2. The justified believer may become perfect by keeping the law.
What is the key phrase of Luke?
The Son of Man
What verse expresses Christ's deep concern for the lost mankind?
Luke 19:10
Luke 19:10
For the Son of Man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.
Which book is a continuation of the gospel of Luke?
Acts
What is the grand theme of Acts?
The work of the Holy Spirit in exalting and revealing Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Which two systems cannot exist together?
Law and Grace
List the four prison epistles.
Ephesians, Philemon, Colossians, and Philippians.
Where did Paul seek to turn the attention of the Colossians?
To the greatness of Christ and the fullness of Salvation in Him.
What did Paul say would demonstrate the Colossians union with Christ?
A high standard of Christian conduct.
Where had some believers probably fled in order to avoid Nero's persecution?
Asian Minor
What did Paul tell the Colossians to turn their attention to the fullness of Christ and the greatness of salvation in Him?
Christ is head of the Church, Christ lives in everyone (Jew or Gentile) who trusts His Son as Savior, and all believers are counted as perfect in God's sight.
How does the gospel of John portray Christ?
As the divine-human One.
How does the gospel of Luke portray Christ?
As the human-divine One.
Who did Paul issue the most severe warnings to?
Those who preached "another gospel."
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