Monday, March 31, 2014


1. Multiple choice: According to 1 Corinthians 1,  "the message of the cross is (a) Weakness; (b) foolishness; or (c) shameful to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God."

2. The Christian is able to make spiritual judgments about things because he possesses: (a) The Bible; (b) the mind of Christ; or (c) spiritual insight.

3. "The (a) Carnal ; (b) natural; or (c) sinful man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him."

1. (b) "Foolishness" (1 Cor. 1:18).
2. (b) The mind of Christ (1 Cor. 2:15,16).
3. (b) "Natural" (1Cor. 2:14). The natural man is the person who has never trusted in Christ for salvation and forgiveness of sin.

Sunday, March 23, 2014


1. Question: All of the commandments of God are summed up in one commandment. What is it?

2. Fill in the blank: A Christian should not involve himself in something that he thinks could be wrong for him, because  "whatever is not from --------- is sin."

3. Multiple choice: Concerning the purpose of the Scripture, Paul writes, "For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have : (a) Courage; (b) love; or (c) hope."

1. "You shall love your neighbor as yourself" (Romans 13:9).
2. "Faith" (Romans 14:23). Having a clear conscience is crucial in Christian living.
3. (c) "Hope" (Romans 15:4).

Saturday, March 22, 2014


1. Sentence completion: "If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus  and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead,..."

2. Multiple choice: In order not  to be conformed to this world but to be transformed, we must do what? (a) Go to church; (b) renew our mind; or (c) do good works.

3. Question: What is the only thing Christians are to owe to one another?

1. "You will be saved" (Romans 10:9).
2. (b) Renew our mind (Romans 12:2). To make any difference for Christ a believer must think differently about all of life. His mind is renewed through the Spirit applying the Word of God to all of life.
3. Love (Romans 13:8). Jesus said that all men would know that we are His disciples if we have love for one another (John 13:35).

Friday, March 21, 2014


1. Multiple choice: Who bears witness with our spirit that we who believe in Christ are children of God? (a) The Lord; (b) the Father; or (c) The Spirit.

2. Sentence completion: Romans 8:28 is one of the most comforting of all verses of Scripture. It states, "And we know that all things work together for good....

3. Multiple choice: According to Romans 8, nothing can separate a believer from the (a) Salvation; (b) love; or (c) life of Christ.

1. (c) The Spirit (Romans 8:16). The Spirit , the third person of the Trinity, confirms to us inwardly that we really are children of God.
2. ..."To those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.
3. (b) Love (Romans 8:35--39).

Thursday, March 20, 2014


1. Fill in the blank: In Romans 7, Paul describes the battle inside him as being of the flesh and Spirit. He concludes that if he is doing what he no longer desires to do, it is not he who is doing it, but -------- that dwells in him.

2. Paul concludes  in Romans 8 that , "There is therefore now no -------- to those who are in Christ Jesus."

3. True or false? Those who are in the flesh can please God.

1. Sin (Romans 7:20).
2. "Condemnation" (Romans 8:1). No sentence of guilt can be made to stick against one who has trusted in Christ for salvation from sin.
3. False (Romans 8:8). Here  "flesh" does not refer to the physical body, but rather to the idea of living life by all the impulses that come from the world system.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014


1. Sentence completion: "God demonstrates His own love towards us, in that while we were still sinners,...

2. Fill in the blanks: Because believers, by faith, have participated in the death and resurrection of Jesus, they are to "reckon (themselves) to be dead indeed to ---------, but alive to -------in Christ Jesus our Lord."

3. A most important  verse regarding salvation, "For the  --------- of sin is death, but the --------- of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."

1. "Christ died for us" (Romans 5:8).
2. "Sin...God" (Romans 6:11).
3. ""  (Romans 6:23). Wages are what a person deserves, but a gift has nothing to do with merit.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014


1. Fill in the blank:  "Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for ----------."

2. Paul concludes in Romans 5 that "having been justified  by faith, we have --------- with God through our  Lord Jesus Christ."

3 Multiple choice: Paul says we glory in our tribulations because "tribulation produces perseverance; and perseverance, character; and character: (a) Joy; (b) hope; or (c) peace."

1. "Righteousness" (Rom. 4:3).
2. "Peace" (Rom. 5:1).
3. (b) "Hope" (Rom. 5:3,4).

Monday, March 17, 2014


1. Fill in the blank: Paul states that a true Jew is not one who is a Jew outwardly  but rather is a Jew "inwardly; and (his) circumcision is that of the --------, in the Spirit, not in the letter".

2. Multiple choice: According to Romans 3, what gives the Jew the advantage over the Gentile when it comes to the possibility of knowing God? (a) They  have Abraham as their father; (b) They have the oracles of God; or (c) they are good by nature.

3. Question: Quote Romans 3:23.

1. "Heart" (Romans 2:28,29). In Deuteronomy 30:6, Moses foresees God circumcising the heart of His people so that they might love Him completely.
2. (b) They have the oracles of God (Romans 3:2). The oracles of God consisted in all God's revelation to Israel as is contained in the Old Testament.
3. "For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23).

Sunday, March 16, 2014


1.Sentence completion: If you tend to excuse your own sin by judging others, you condemn yourself "for you who judge practice the ....

2. Question: Paul develops the truth in Romans 1 and 2, that every person is guilty before God. He shows that all people, even  if they do not know the Scripture, do have  a witness of God from two sources. Name one of them.

3. Fill in the blanks: According to Romans 2:13, it is "not the ---------- of the law" who "are just in the sight of God, but the ---------- of the law will be justified."

1. "Same things" (Romans 2:1). We tend to be harder on others at the very point that we have the most difficulty.
2. Creation (Romans 1:18-25), and conscience (Romans 2:11-16).
3. "Hearers ...doers" (Romans 2:13). James says, "Faith without works is dead" (James 2:26).

Saturday, March 15, 2014


The Book of Romans
1. Multiple choice: Jesus Christ was born of the seed of David according to the (a) Commandments; (b) flesh; or (c) Spirit.
2. What two attributes of God are clearly seen through His creation of the world? (a) Holiness and love; (b) goodness and mercy; or (c) eternal power and Godhead.
Fill in the blanks: People who refuse to glorify God as God have "exchanged the --------- of God for the lie, and worshiped and served the ---------- rather the  Creator".
1. (b) Flesh (Rom. 1:3). The human mother of Jesus was from the family of King David.
2. (c) Eternal power and Godhead (Rom. 1:20). The creation is evidence that God is divine by His very nature.
3. "Truth...creature" (Rom. 1:25). 

Friday, March 14, 2014

Paul's Epistles To Churches

I am enjoying reading these Books hope you are.
We will read Galatians 1--6 to night
Freedom from the Law
Refutes the error of legalism that had ensnared the churches of Galatia.
Demonstrates the superiority of grace over law, and magnifies
 the life of liberty over legalism and license.
Makes me think of our day, legalism never changes.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Paul's Epistles To Churches

2 Corinthians
Paul Defends His Ministry
Read 1--13
Defends Paul's apostolic character, call, and credentials.
The majority had repented of their rebellion against Paul, but
there was still an unrepentant minority.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Paul's Epistles To Churches

Will read
1 Corinthians (7--16)
Correction of Carnal Living
Replies to questions concerning marriage, meat offered to idols,
public worship, and the Resurrection.
After the reading of the Books we will have Bible Questions and Answers.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Themes And Summaries Of The Epistles

Paul's Epistles To Churches
(Book)                                             ( Theme  )                                  ( Summary)
1Corinthians                                Correction of Carnal Living              Corrects problems  immorality, lawsuits, and  abuse of the Lord's Supper (1--6).

Monday, March 10, 2014

Themes And Summaries Of The Epistles

Paul's Epistles To Churches
(Book)                        (Theme)                                       (Summary)
 Romans                    Righteousness of God                  And practical exhortations for believers 12-16.
We will have Bible Questions And Answers after we read the Books.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Themes And Summaries Of The Epistles

Paul's Epistles To The Church
(Book) Romans      (Righteousness of God)        (Summary)
Presents God's program for Jews and Gentiles (9---11).

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Themes And Summaries Of The Epistles

Paul's Epistles To The Church
We will read
Romans  (The Book )           Righteousness (Theme)          Portrays the gospel from condemnation to justification to sanctification to glorification (1----8).  (Summary)
After we read the Books there will be   Epistles-- Instruction
of Questions And Answers.

Friday, March 7, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city did the silversmiths get upset with Paul for ruining  their "Shrine"  business?  (a) Athens; (b) Corinth; or (c) Ephesus.

2. In what city was the goddess Diana the main object of worship? (a) Corinth; (b) Ephesus or (c) Athens.

3. In what city did a man named Dionysius and a woman named Damaris come to faith in Christ? (a) Athens; (b) Corinth; or (c) Antioch.

1. (c) Ephesus (Acts 19:23--27).
2. (b) Ephesus (acts 19:34, 35).
3. (a) Athens (Acts 17:22, 34).
This is the end of Acts.
We will  do Epistles-----Themes and Summaries next.
Thank you for studying with me as a Bible class. To learn and understand  God's word.

Thursday, March 6, 2014


1. Multiple choice:  In what city does the account of the book of Acts end? (a) Jerusalem; (b) Ephesus; or (c) Rome.

2. In what city did Paul visit the Areopagus? (a) Corinth; (b) Rome; or (c) Athens.

1. (c) Rome (Acts 28:16--31).
2. (c) Athens (Acts 17:22).
The Areopagus was a little hill northwest of the Acropolis. The council that met on the hill took that name for itself. It had great power in matters of morals and religion. Paul  was brought before this group to determine the nature and propriety of his teaching. 

Wednesday, March 5, 2014


1. True or false? Paul went back to the church in Antioch after each one of his three missionary journeys.

2. Multiple choice: How many times did Paul visit Ephesus on his three missionary journeys ? (a) Twice; (b) three times or (c) five times.

3. In what city is Peter the last time he is mentioned in the books of Acts? (a) Jerusalem; (b) Caesarea; or (c) Rome.

1. False. After his third journey he went straight to Jerusalem and from there to Rome (Acts 20:16).
2. (a) Twice (Acts 18:19; 19:1).
3. (a) Jerusalem (Acts 15:7). He  is in Jerusalem attending the church council. Little is known of his life after this.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014


1. Multiple choice: Twice in the book of Acts Paul gives an account of his conversion experience. In what city did he first give his testimony?  (a) Philippi; (b) Caesarea; or (c) Jerusalem.

2. True or false?  In all of Peter's ministry that is recorded in the book of Acts, there is no account that mentions him going outside of Jerusalem for ministry.

3. Question: Paul first brought the gospel to Macedonia on which one of his three missionary journeys?

1. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 22: 1-23).
2. False. Both Acts 9 and 10 record Peter's  ministry outside of Jerusalem.
3. His second  missionary journey (Acts 15:41---16:12).

Monday, March 3, 2014


1. Fill in the blank: With the money Judas received  for betraying Jesus he bought a field called  Akel Dama in Hebrew, which  is translated, "Field of --------- ."

2. Question: In what city was the first sermon recorded  in Acts preached?

3. Multiple choice: Only four of Peter's messages are recorded  in the book of Acts  In what city did he preach  the first three sermons? (a) Nazareth; (b) Galilee; or (c) Jerusalem.

1. "Blood" (Acts 1:19). It was called this because Judas had purchased it with "blood money."
2. Jerusalem (Acts 2:5, 14-21).
3. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 2:3).

Sunday, March 2, 2014


1. Multiple choice: As Paul  neared Rome, some Christians  heard he was  coming and went out to meet him. Luke mentions two towns  where Christians  joined Paul. One Appii Forum. What was the other? (a) Fair Havens; (b) Three Coins; or (c) Three Inns.

2. In what city was Paul invited to spend seven days with the Christians there as he traveled to Rome? (a) Three Inns; (b) Fair Havens; or (c) Puteoli.

3. In what city were the apostles when they chose a successor  for Judas Iscariot? (a) Antioch; (b) Nazareth; or (c) Jerusalem.

1. (c) Three Inns Acts 28:15).
2.  (c) Puteoli (Acts 28: 13, 14).
3. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 1:12-26).