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Lesson 1 Q&A - PDF

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Questions and Answers for Lesson 1

1. To call Jesus “Lord”, a person must be willing to do what?  Do what He says  (Luke 6:46).

2. What are three characteristics of someone who has Jesus as their “Lord”? (Luke 6:47)

            1)  They “Come” to Him First

            2)  They Hear His Words

            3)  They Have a Heart to Obey His Words

3.  Sin will cause you to be separated from God, which is another way to describe “death” (Romans 3:23).

4.  God’s solid foundation for us is based on the fact that we are known to God as members of His family. (2 Timothy 2:19)

5.  FALSE  The Bible teaches that we must be perfect first in order for God to love us and accept us (Romans 5:8).

6.  One of the primary purposes of Scripture is to testify about the Messiah, Jesus (John 5:39).

7.  The primary way that we are sanctified or “made holy” is by our faith in Jesus (Acts 26:18).

8.  If we want to have spiritual life, we must be willing to come to Jesus first. (John 5:40).

9.  We have already been made perfect by the one sacrifice of Jesus on the cross but yet we are being progressively sanctified in our words, thoughts, and actions as we follow Jesus and live our lives for Him daily. (Hebrews 10:14).

10.  TRUE  God is more concerned about sin’s effect on us (towards destruction) than He is that we might make Him “look bad” by being children called by His name that .

11.  The first priority of the Christian life is to build a foundation based on what you look like to God and what God looks like to you in truth.

12. Long term, God desires that you would depart from iniquity or sin.  In order to do this, however, you must FIRST grow in your knowledge or love of Him.  (2 Timothy 2:19)

13. Works of service for God must flow out of a heart of love for God.

14. If we want a good foundation in the Lord, we must dig deep into the person of God (set Him as the object of our affection and the goal of our life) and we must build with quality or the right materials (the revelation of who God is and who we are to Him in truth).

15. When we come to Jesus, we are in essence saying, “Lord, my life is yours!”

16. The foundation of our faith rests on the fact that we are already loved and accepted by God based on what Jesus accomplished for us on the cross.