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Sin & Salvation
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What was God’s command to the first human beings? Genesis 2:16–17
Not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
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How did Adam and Eve react after their eyes were opened and they realized they were naked? Genesis 3
They discovered that they are taken, covered themselves with leaves, they hid from the presence of the Lord, they blamed each other
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How did God respond to Adam and Eve’s sin? Genesis 3:8–9
God responded by calling them out “where are you?”. This is not a location question but rather, in terms of relationship.
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What is necessary for the forgiveness of sin?
blood
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What does Jesus’ blood — his sacrificial death — do for us?
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Lordship & Obedience
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What does Paul say we should do after we receive Jesus? Colossians 2:6
Obey Him
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How can we tell who is a real follower of Jesus and who is not?
You will know them by their fruits.
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How did Jesus say we could sum up all of God’s law? Matthew 7:12
Treat others in the same way you want to be treated.
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According to the Bible, what kind of people should we avoid altogether? 1 Corinthians 5:11
People who claim to be followers of Jesus and yet are greedy, commit sexual sin or idolaters
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What does it mean to “separate our selves as believers”
To “be separate” doesn’t mean we should cut ourselves off from the rest of the world. After all, Jesus also tells us to be “salt and light” to the world (Matthew 5:13–16). We can’t be salt and light from a distance. Jesus himself was criticized for being a friend of sinners (Luke 15:1–2). But like Jesus, God wants us to have a transforming influence on the world around us — not the other way around.
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Repentance & Baptism
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what does it mean to repent?
— in essence, being truly sorry for our sins and desperate to restore our relationship with God, our heavenly Father.
True repentance involves confession of sin, turning away from sin, and turning to God.
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What did Peter say to those who heard the message of the gospel and asked what they should do?
Repent, be baptized, receive the gift of the Holy Spirit and be added to the church- community of believers.
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Zacchaeus was a corrupt tax collector. Yet the opportunity of a relationship with Jesus inspired him to repent and make restitution for his sins. How did he propose to make restitution? Luke 19:8
What does restitution mean?
Restitution is defined as “a restoration of something to its rightful owner” and “a making good of . . . for some injury”
Zacchaeus returned 4x of what he stole
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What is the hope of every believer?
The hope of every believer is that Christ’s work in us is more powerful than our past or our current struggles and temptations. The picture of salvation the Bible paints is not just a glorious deliverance, but God’s Spirit empowering us to live new lives.
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What does water baptism symbolize?
cleansing that takes place through their is a declaring that we have accepted Jesus as our Lord and saviour.burial and resurrection
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The Holy Spirit & Spiritual Gifts
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Who is the Holy Spirit?
God, the third person in the trinity, advocate, counsellor , Spirit of the truth
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What are some ways the Holy Spirit helps the believer?
reminds of the truth, gives us the right words to say, guides us, empowers , enables us to be sons of God, helps us to pray
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List the fruit of the Spirit. Galatians 5:22–23
Love, joy, peace, patiences, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control,
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List the leadership gifts God has placed in the church. Ephesians 4:11–12
Apostles, prophets , evangelists, shepherds, teachers
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How did they receive the Spirit? Describe what happened when the people in these accounts received God’s Spirit? (Acts 2, 8
They were praying, the Holy Spirit came upon those who were listening to the message of the gospel, spoke in tongues, some prophesied
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Spiritual Hunger & God’s Word
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What were the top two priorities for the early church leaders? Acts
Prayer + ministry of the word→ teaching
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What are the Scriptures useful for?
Teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness
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List some of the ways God’s word benefits the believer.
Makes us wiser, guides us, enables us to have peace, prevents us from stumbling ,
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What do you think it means to “hunger and thirst for righteousness”?
If someone is deprived of food and water for an extended period of time, their physical body will weaken and eventually die. There is a spiritual parallel. The word of God is our spiritual food and water. As surely as we will die physically without food and water, we will die spiritually without God’s word.
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Describe what happens to the man who hears Jesus’ words and puts them into practice. Luke 6:46–48
He is like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid a foundation on the rock. And when a flood arose, the stream broke against that house and could not shake it, because it had been well built.
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Discipleship & Leadership
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What did Jesus call his followers to do? Matthew 28:19-20
Make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach them to observe what the disciples were commanded.
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Paul compares the life of a disciple to the life of a soldier, an athlete and a farmer. He then promises that if Timothy will refl ect on these things, the Lord will give him insight. 5. What do each of these illustrations teach you about discipleship?
Soldier→ being willing to separate your self for God, to suffer for Him, to not be entangled with other affairs. Athlete → Knowing the word of God, knowing that we are in a race. Farmer→ planting seeds of the gospel, being the first to receive
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What three things did Jesus say all his disciples must do? Mark 8:34
Deny your self→ set aside our own desires. 2. Take up your cross→ be willing to endure whatever comes at you. Taking up your cross is the ultimate act of surrender — a conscious choice to deny yourself and live for Christ. It means a willingness to follow and obey Christ to whatever end. 3. Follow Him→ believe in Him, go where he leads you knowing/trusting He is your shepherd.
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What is the difference between the cross we carry and the cross of christ?
Because of Christ’s victory on the cross, we are freed from sin and made “slaves” of righteousness (Romans 6:17–18). He gives us the power to pick up our cross and follow him.
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The process of spiritual maturity and Chris tian character development can be summarized as follows:
Trials and testing of faith→ perseverance→Maturity. Suffering→ perseverance→Character
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Spiritual Family & Church Life
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What did Jesus say about his victorious church? Matthew 16:18
The gates of hell will not prevail against the church.
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What does Paul compare the love Christ has for the church to? Ephesians 5:25–28
The love a husband has for his wife. We are the bride of Jesus.
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Briefly describe early church life. Acts 2:42–47
Devoted themselves to the apostles teaching, fellowship, communion, praying, selling things and distributing the proceeds to all, praising God, they were generous.
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What does the bible mean when it says the church is the “body of Christ”
The Bible says the church is the “body of Christ” and that each person is like a different part of the body, with something unique to offer. That’s why belonging to a church community is such a vital part of following Jesus. When we “go it alone,” we’re not only hurting ourselves, we’re hurting the body of Christ. It’s like cutting off a finger or pulling out an eye.
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List the seven “ones” mentioned in Ephesians 4:4–6.
body, Spirit, hope, Lord, faith, baptism, God,
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Prayer & Worship
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When and where did Jesus pray? Mark 1:35
Early morning, in desolate or excluded place
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What can hinder our prayers?
Inquity, being double-minded person, husbands not showing grace to their wives
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What is essential in corporate prayer? Matthew 18:19
Being in one mind, the presence of God
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What did Paul instruct the Colossians to pray for? Colossians 4:2–4
for him and the other apostles that God may open a door for them to preach, to be able to articulate the truth
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What was Paul’s prayer for the disciples in Ephesus?
For the Spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him, that the eyes of their heart be enlightened, that they may know what is hope, glorious inheritance in the saints, know what is the immeasurable greatness of his power to those who believe, for them to be straightened with power through the Spirit in their inner being, for Christ to dwell in their hearts, to know the love of Jesus
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Faith & Hope
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Faith is one of the few words that the Bible defines for us. What is faith? Hebrews 11:1
The assurances of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.
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What do the following verses teach about faith?
Galatians 2: 16, 3:11, 26
How a person is justified and becomes a child of God.
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What do we mean when we say we are justified through faith in Jesus Christ?
To be “justified” is to be made right with God. Our sin (and the punishment for it) is taken away, and God declares us to be “righteous” — that is, to be in a right relationship with him.
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What did Abel, and Abraham and Moses do by faith?
Abel→ offered a more acceptable sacrifice. Abraham→ Obeyed when he was called to go out to a place to receive an inheritance. Moses→ refused to be called the son of Pharaoh’s daughter ,he left Egypt, he kept the passover and sprinkled the blood on the door steps
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What is biblical hope and how is it connected to faith.
biblical hope is much more than simply longing for something that might happen. It is a confident assurance — rooted in faith — that God will do what he has promised to do. It is an anchor for the soul, firm and secure , that enables us to be in the presence of God. Faith is confidence in what we hope for.
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Biblical Prosperity & Generosity
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According to Jesus’ parable of the sower, what can choke out God’s word and cause it to be unfruitful? Mark 4:18–19
The decent of riches, desire for worldly things.
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What are some ways that people are deceived by wealth?
Thinking they do not need God, they are above others, they are secure
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What does the book of proverbs have to say about prosperity, or God’s provision?
God doesn't let the righteous go hungry, being lazy will make you poor, the blessings of the Lord does not bring sorrow, the sinners wealth is taken from them for the righteous, those who pursue righteousness and love find prosperity, it is the reward of those who are humble, the generous will be blessed
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What kind of givers are there?
Less than what they can afford, what they can afford, those who give beyond they are expected (extreme generosity)
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What are some principles when it comes to giving?
Put God first, give tit , give cheerfully, our generosity will cause others to praise God, God will bless you when you give, you are not supposed to give under compulsion.
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Evangelism & World Missions
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What “ministry” has God given to each believer? 2 Corinthians 5:18
Ministry of reconciliation.
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What was Paul’s attitude toward sharing the gospel with non-Christians? Romans 1:14–16
He is called to preach to everyone- no discrimination , sharing with eagerness, not being ashamed.
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What does Proverbs say about those who fear other people? Proverbs 29:25
They are trapped, not able to trust God
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As a body of Christ, who are we struggling against? Ephesians 6:12
Against the rulers, the authorities, the cosmic powers over this present darkness, spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places
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What are important factors to miracles?
Faith, love for others, Acting in Jesus’ name isn’t like using a magic word. It’s much better than that. To act in Jesus’ name is to acknowledge his authority over everything. When we submit ourselves to his authority, he gives us the power to advance his kingdom.
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Resurrection & Judgment
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Why does Paul n 1 Corinthians 9:24–26, compares the Christian life to an Olympic race?
To highlight the need for endurance and discipline.
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What if we deliberately keep on sinning? Hebrews 10:26–27
There’s no other sacrifice besides Christ so we are doomed.
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What is the difference between how non-believers and saints are judged?
They witness against them selves, sentenced to hell, weeping and gnashing of teeth in hell, they do not have life. Saints→ our sins have been payed for, we have eternal life in Christ Jesus,
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What if Christ was not really resurrected? 1 Corinthians 15:14–19
Their preaching would have been in vain, our faith would be in vain, we would still be in our sins, we would not resurrect,
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What are three popular views of death mentioned in 1 corinthians 15?
Annihilationism is the view that human beings cease to exist at the moment of physical death. This view denies the eternal existence of the soul and the justice of God. Reincarnation is the view that upon death a person’s soul passes into a new body of either the same or different species as punishment or
reward. This view denies the biblical teaching of eternal judgment. Resurrection is the biblical teaching that the dead shall all rise, be judged, and be given either eternal punishment or eternal rewards.
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Broocks, Rice; Broocks, Rice. The Purple Book: Biblical Foundations for Building Strong Disciples (p. 52). Zondervan. Kindle Edition.
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What internal attitudes make our worship acceptable to God? Hebrews 12:28–29
Reverance and awe
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