What did the demon-possessed girl say about Paul and his companions in Acts 16:17 ("doulos")?
That they were servants of the Most High God, who proclaimed the way of salvation.
What did the Romans become "doulos" of after being set free from sin, according to Rom 6:17-18?
What do we have, having been set free from sin (Rom 6:22)?
Our fruit to holiness and to everlasting life.
What does Paul call himself in 2 Cor 4:5 ("doulos")?
Their bondservants for Jesus' sake.
What does Paul call himself in Phil 1:1 ("doulos")?
A bondservant of Jesus Christ.
What are "doulos" of God called to do in Rev 19:5?
Praise our God!
What did Jesus give the apostles according to Matt 10:1?
Power over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and over all kinds of sickness and disease.
What did God Himself say would happen to "apostolos" in Luke 11:49?
They will be killed and persecuted.
What did Jesus say to the "apostolos" in John 20:21?
"Peace to you! As the Father has sent Me, I also send you."
What do we learn about "apostolos" according to 1Cor 15:9-10?
Even though Paul wasn't worthy to be an apostle because he persecuted the church, God, by His grace, made him one anyway.
What do we learn about "dikaiosune" from Gen 6:9?
Noah was a just man, perfect in his generations, who walked with God.
What do we learn about the righteous from Prov 12:5?
Their thoughts are right, but the counsels of the wicked are deceitful.
What do we learn about "dikaiosune" from Prov 13:5?
A righteous man hates lying, but a wicked man is loathsome and comes to shame.
Who is blessed according to Matt 5:6 ("dikaiosune")?
Those who hunger and thirst for righteousness.
What has Israel done according to Rom 10:3 (dikaiosune)?
They were ignorant of, and not submitted to, God's righteousness, and sought to establish their own righteousness
Who is our Advocate, according to 1John 2:1 ("dikaiosune")?
Jesus Christ the righteous.
How do we have redemption through Jesus' blood and the forgiveness of sins, according to Ephesians 1:7 ("charis")?
By the riches of His grace.
What do we learn about "epignosis" from 1 Samuel 2:12?`
The sons of Eli were corrupt and did not know the Lord (think "epignosis" knowledge)
According to John 17:3, what is eternal life ("epignosis")?
That we may know the only true God and Jesus Christ whom He sent.
What does Paul wish for the Colossians in Col 2:2 ("epignosis")?
That their hearts would be encouraged, knit together in love, and that they would attain to all the riches of the knowledge of the mystery of God.
What is the new man renewed in according to Col 3:10 ("epignosis")?
Knowledge according to the image of Him who created him.
What does God desire in 1 Timothy 2:3-4 ("epignosis")?
All men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.
According to Ps 19:1, what do the heavens declare ("doxa")?
The glory of God.
What do we learn about "doxa" from Ps 57:5?
God's glory is above all the earth.
What do we learn about "doxa" from Ps 138:5?
The glory of the Lord is great.
What do we learn about "doxa" from Isa 6:3?
The whole earth is full of God's glory.
What did Boaz call Ruth in Ruth 3:11 ("arete")?
A virtuous woman.
According to Prov 12:4, what is the crown of a husband ("arete")?
An excellent wife.
Whose worth is far above rubies (Prov 31:10 - "arete")
A virtuous wife.
What happens to a virtuous wife, according to Prov 31:29?
She excels even those who have done well.
What will happen to the creation according to Rom 8:21 ("phthora")?
It will be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God.
According to 1Cor 15:42, what happens to the body ("phthora")?
It is sown in corruption and raised in incorruption.
As flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God, so cannot what inherit incorruption (1Cor 15:50 - "phthora")?
What should we be mature in, according to 1Cor 14:20 ("gnosis")?
What should we NOT be mature in, according to 1Cor 14:20?
According to Eph 5:17, what should we understand ("gnosis")?
The will of the Lord.
What does Paul pray in Phil 1:9 ("gnosis")?
That the Philippians' love may abound more and more in knowledge and discernment.
What is everyone who competes for the prize, according to 1Cor 9:25 ("egkrateia")?
Temperate in all things.
According to 1Cor 9:25, what is the prize that we compete for?
An imperishable crown.
What are the requirements of a bishop, according to Titus 1:7-8 ("egkrateia")?
He must be blameless, not self-willed, quick-tempered, given to wine, violent, or greedy for money, but hospitable, a lover of good, sober-minded, just, holy, with temperance.
According to Titus 2:2, what should older men be ("egkrateia")?
Sober, reverent, patient, temperate, sound in faith, love, and patience.
By what should we possess our souls (Luke 21:19 - "hupomone")?
How should we wait for what we do not see according to Rom 8:25 ("hupomone")?
What does Paul remember about the Thessalonians that he writes about in 1Thess 1:3 ("hupomone")?
Their work of faith, labor of love, and patience of hope in Jesus Christ.
What should the older men be, according to Titus 2:2 ("hupomone")?
Sober, reverent, temperate, sound in faith, love, and patience.
How did Abraham endure according to Heb 6:15 ("hupomone")?
What did Abraham obtain after patiently enduring according to Heb 6:15 ("hupomone")?
According to Heb 12:1, what should we do since we are surrounded by a cloud of witnesses ("hupomone")?
Lay aside every weight and the ensnaring sin and run with patience the race set before us.
What does Jesus know about the church at Ephesus (Rev 2:2-3) - "hupomone"?
That they persevered, have patience, and have labored for His name's sake.
What do we learn about "eusebeia" from Gen 5:24?
Enoch walked with God (e.g. he was godly).
According to 1Tim 4:7-8, what should we do ("eusebeia")?
Reject profane and old wives' tales, and exercise ourselves toward godliness.
What is great gain (1Tim 6:6 - "eusebeia")?
Godliness with contentment.
What does Heb 13:1 teach us about "philadelphia"?
We should let brotherly love continue.
What do we learn about "agape" from John 13:34-35?
Jesus gave us a new commandment: to "agape" one another as He loved us, by which all will know that we are His.
What is Jesus' commandment according to John 15:12-13 ("agape")?
That we "agape" one another as He loved us.
What is the greatest form of "agape"according to John 15:12-13?
To lay down one's life for his friends.
According to 1Cor 16:14, how should we do all that we do ("agape")?
What does Paul pray for the Philippians in Phil 1:9 ("agape")?
That their love may abound still more and more in knowledge and discernment.
According to Col 3:14, what should we put on above all things ("agape")?
Love, which is the bond of perfection.
What is in he who keeps His word, according to 1John 2:4-6 ("agape")?
The love of God.
What should we do according to 1John 4:7-9 ("agape")?
Love one another.
Why should we love one another (1John 4:7-9 - "agape")?
Because love is of God, he who loves is born of God and knows God, and God is love.
What is the love of God according to 1John 5:3?
That we keep His commandments.
What does Paul pray for the Thessalonians in 1Thess 3:12 (pleonazo)?
May the Lord make you increase and abound in love to one another and to all.
According to 2Thess 1:3, why does Paul thank God always for the Thessalonians?
Because their faith grew exceedingly and their love abounded toward each other.
How should we present ourselves to God according to 2Tim 2:15 (spoude)?
Diligently, as a worker not ashamed.
How should we enter that rest (Heb 4:11 - spoude)?
According to 3John 1:10, what will John do to Diotrephes when he (John) visits the church (hupmonesis)?
John will call to mind Diotrephes' sinful deeds.
Of what does Jude want to remind us, according to Jude 1:5 (hupmonesis)?
That the Lord saved Israel out of Egypt but destroyed those who didn't believe.
According to Luke 9:51, how did Jesus go to Jerusalem when His time came (sterizo)?
According to 1Thess 3:2, why did Paul send Timothy to the Thessalonians (sterizo)?
To establish and encourage the Thessalonians.
What do we learn about "sterizo" from 2Thess 3:3?
That the Lord is faithful and will establish us and guard us from the evil one.
What do we learn about "aletheia" from 2John 1:2?
That the truth abides in us and will be with us forever.
What do we learn about "skenoma" from 2Cor 5:1-4?
That if our earthly house is destroyed, we have a building from God eternal in the heavens, and that we groan for the habitation from heaven.
According to 2Cor 5:8, when are we confident and pleased (skenoma)?
When absent from the body and present with the Lord.
What instruction does Paul give to Timothy in 1Tim 1:3-4 (muthos)?
To charge some that they teach no other doctrine or give heed to fables or endless genealogies.
What instruction does Paul give to Timothy in 1Tim 4:7 (muthos)?
To reject profane and old wives' tales and exercise himself toward godliness.
What does Paul warn Timothy of in 2Tim 4:4 (muthos)?
That some will turn their ears away from the truth and be turned aside to fables.
What does Paul instruct Titus to do in Titus 1:13-14 (muthos)?
To rebuke the elders and bishops sharply, that they may be sound in the faith and not give heed to Jewish fables and commandments of men who turn from the truth.
Which verses speak of God's revelation at Jesus' baptism (agapetos)?
Mark 1:11; Luke 3:22
Which verses speak of God's revelation at the Transfiguration (agapetos)?
Matt 17:5; Mark 9:7; Luke 9:35.
According to Exo 3:5, why did God tell Moses to take his sandals off before the burning bush (hagios)?
Because the place where Moses stood was holy ground.
According to Josh 5:15, why did the Commander of the Lord's army tell Joshua to take his sandal off (hagios)?
Because the place where Joshua stood was holy.
What shall Jerusalem be called when the Lord returns to Zion (Zech 8:3 - hagios)?
The City of Truth, the Mountain of the Lord of hosts, the Holy Mountain.
According to John 5:39, what testifies of Jesus (logos)?
According to Acts 18:28, how did Apollos refute the Jews (logos)?
By showing from the Scriptures that Jesus is the Christ.
What do we learn about Scripture from 2Tim 3:16 (logos)?
That all Scripture is inspired by God and is profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness.
What is God's Word according to Ps 119:105 (luchnos)?
A lamp to my feet and a light to my path.
What is the commandment and the law according to Prov 6:23 (luchnos)?
A lamp and a light.
According to Isa 60:1-2, what has come (luchnos)?
Our light, the glory of the Lord.
What has happened according to Matt 4:16 (luchnos)?
A light has dawned upon those who sat in darkness.
According to John 1:7-9, what was John the Baptist (luchnos)?
The witness who bore witness of the true Light.
What is Jesus (John 8:12 - luchnos)?
The light of the world.
What do we learn about "luchnos" from Eph 5:7-8?
That we were once darkness but now children of light in the Lord.
What do we learn about "prophetikos/propheteia" from 1Cor 13:2?
That though one may have the gift of prophecy, if one has not love, one is nothing.
What do we learn about "prophetikos/propheteia" from 1Cor 14:22?
That prophecy is not for unbelievers but for those who believe.
What is Paul's instruction to the Thessalonians in 1Thess 5:20 (prophetikos/propheteia)?
"Do not despise prophecies."
According to 1Tim 1:18, how does Paul commit his charge to Timothy (prophetikos/propheteia)?
By the prophecies previously made concerning Timothy.
What is Paul's instruction to Timothy in 1Tim 4:14 (prophetikos/propheteia)?
Do not neglect the gift that is in you which was given to you by prophecy with the laying on of the hands of the eldership.
Who is blessed according to Rev 22:7 (prophetikos/propheteia)?
He who keeps the words of the prophecy of this book.
What will happen to him who adds to the words of the prophecy, according to Rev 22:18-19 (prophetikos/propheteia)?
God will add to him the plagues that are written in the book.
What will happen to him who takes away from the words of the prophecy, according to Rev 22:18-19 (prophetikos/propheteia)?
God will take away his part from the Book of Life, from the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.
What do we learn about "epilusis" from Ezek 13:2-3?
That the foolish prophets who prophesy out of their own heart are in big trouble with God.
What do we learn about "Pneuma" from Acts 1:16?
That the Scripture about Judas that the Holy Spirit spoke by David was fulfilled.