Test - Module #7

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T/F The author believes that the great commission was Jesus' command to his disciples and therefore it is faulty to apply it to all believers.

False

What are the two imperatives in the Great
Commission?

Evangelism and Education

What are motives for Christians to evangelize
non-Christians?

...1) Tell others that God loves them because God's love is so great.
2) To be obedient to the commands of Christ.
3) Because of One's love for the Person in whom we are witnessing.
4) The rewards as a Christian will receive when he meets Christ in heaven
5) Christians will lose their rewards at the judgement seat of Christ if they do not faithfully witness for HIM on this earth.
5)

Geographically, to what portions of the world did
Jesus command his disciples to take the good news?

...All the world

What significant response did the disciples show
Jesus when he appeared to them the third time?

...They Worshiped HIM

What was Jesus' systematic plan to preach the
Gospel to the world?

...Jesus is directing the Church to make disciples of every People group in the world.Mother Churches make Daughter Churches

What was Jesus' last commandment called?
What did it entail?

...You shall be a witness

What are 4 Lessons that the Author suggests for
the individual?

..1) .I can help carry out the Great Commission by individual witnessing and by helping plant a new church.
2. I can share the Gospel with lost people, which is the only message that will give them eternal life.
3. I can witness my faith to lost people, sharing with them my salvation experience.
4. I can be part of a new church plant which would place
me at the center of carrying out the Great Commission.

What are 4 Lessons that the Author suggests for
the church?What are 4 Lessons that the Author suggests for the church?

...1. A church becomes actively involved in carrying out the Great Commission when it plants another church.

2. Churches should have a systematic and sequential
plan to continually preach the Gospel to all people, including both home and foreign missions.
3. Churches are the natural outcome when the Great
Commission is carried out.
4. Churches obey the last command of Christ when they
plant a new church to evangelize an unreached area.
4. Churches obey the last command of Christ when they

According to the author, what is one of the best
arguments that Heaven is real?

...The physical presence of Jesus Christ

How many heavens does Paul talk about?

...3

What is the first heaven?

...The atmosphere about us, that is, the air that surrounds humans and all created life on this earth.

What is the second heaven?

...The stellar outer space where planets and stars are located.

What is the third heaven?

...The dwelling place of God.

Does the author agree with the notion that
"Heaven is nothing more than a state of bliss?"

...No

Is there day and night in heaven?

...No

Is there death in heaven?

...No

What are nine of the 'inexhaustible blessings of
Heaven?"

...1) Abundant Life
2) Rest
3) Knowledge
4) Holiness
5) Serving God
6) Worship
7) Fellowship with God
8) Fellowship with other Believers
9) Glory
8)

Why did God give his children assurance that they
would go to live with Him after they die?

...1) If God's Children know where they will spend eternity, then they tend to work harder for HIM on this earth.
2) They are more willing to sacrifice to please HIM on this earth.
3) And when they know their future is secure, they will better worship and praise HIM on this earth.

What are six of the dangers to watch out for when
studying prophecy?

...1) Going off on a tangent by always seeking new truth.
2) Becoming proud or exploitative with their new found knowledge of prophetic truth.
3) Have a tendency to speak on areas where the Bible is silent.
4) Fixing dates and identifying the Antichrist, which have all been proven wrong.
5) Minor differences of opinion in this area of bible prophecy have become a major source of irritation, leading to breaks in Christian fellowship.
6) Some are so consumed with future events that they exclude the central focus of Scripture, Christ.
5)

What is the Amillennial view of the Kingdom?

...Does not believe in a literal kingdom of peace and prosperity here on earth that will last 1,000 years.

Does the Amillenial view believe that the Old
Testament predictions of the kingdom were fulfilled in a lit¬eral way?

...No

Does the Aumillenial view interpret prophetic
Scriptures more figuratively or literally.

...Yes

Does the amillennial recognize a distinction
be¬tween Israel and the church?

...No

What was the most popular view of the kingdom at
the turn of the 20th century?

...The Postmillennial View

What does the Postmillennial view believe?

...That the world from the time of Christ's coming was getting better and better and assumed that the millennial kingdom would be established on earth as the world lived in peace.

What is the Premillennial view?

...That Christ will return to the earth and set up a literal kingdom as he promised.

When did the Premillennial view become popular?

..In the last half of this century

What is "literal interpretation?"

...To interpret the Scripture literally until they come to a prophetic passage.

Why is "Contextual interpretation" important?

...A parallel passage may have the divine interpretation of a symbol we would otherwise not understand.

What is "Double Fulfillment?"

...Speaking to a contemporary problem but the message also has a long-range prediction.

What are two religious groups that have predicted
Christ's coming incorrectly?

...Jehovah's Witnesses and Seventh-Day Adventist

Where do some commentators believe that Jesus
he was chronologically outlining the characteristics of this present age.

...When Jesus gave his "Kingdom parables" and as Jesus elevated the seven churches of Asia

Where do some commentators believe that Jesus
was outlining the future events of the church age?

...Matthew 13:11

What things did Ezekiel prophesy would happen
with Israel? What has come to pass? What has not yet come to pass?

...God would bring HIS People back into the Land. The restoration of the Jews and the regeneration of that people in the Land. The kingdom given to the Jews and the restoration of the Jews

What are some of the implied Signs of the Times?

...The pleasure keepers, those with a form of Godliness but no power, and those disobedient to parents

What happens at the rapture?

...When the Lord Jesus Christ returns in the air. Christians will be caught up in the air to meet HIM and, instantaneously they will receive glorified bodies

Who are the only two people that have entered
heaven in a similar way to the rapture?

...Enoch and Elijah

What does the word "rapture" mean?

...To be caught up

Where does the word "rapture" come from? Is it in
the Bible?

...The latin term rapto and no

Does the author see the rapture and the second
coming of Christ as the same event?

...No

Those who say the rapture will occur in the middle
of the tribulation say that it will happen after what event?

...The last trump

What in Daniel helps to bring light on the timing of
the Rapture?

...seventy week, seven years Daniel 9:24

Does the pretribulational view see a distinction
between Israel and the Church?

...Yes

What does immanency mean? What does
immanency mean?

...He can come at anytime

What are the 5 crowns that are listed to describe
the rewards in scripture? Explain.

...1) Incorruptible Crown
2) Crown of righteousness
3) Crown of Life
4) Crown of Glory
5) Crown of rejoicing

What happens at the "Great White Throne
Judgment?"

...Those who died unsaved will have to stand before the Throne of God to be judged.

What is the "Separation of the Sheep and Goats
Judgment?"

...The great white throne judgement

Is there any difference between Hell and the Lake
of Fire?

...Yes

What is the common word for hell in the Old
Testament?

...Sheol

What does "Sheol" mean?

...The Grave

How is the Hebrew word "Sheol" translated into
Greek as?

...Hadees (Hades)

What are six characteristics of hades shown in the
story of the rich man and Lazarus?

...1) Burning
2) Separation/Loneliness
3) Conviction by memory
4) Thirst
5) Falling
6) Stench

What is the "Second death?"

...The separation of a Person from God

Who did God design hell for?

...The Unsaved

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