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LUOA Survey of the Bible: Module 9
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The author of this letter is _________; the recipient of this letter was ________.
What was Titus' occupation?
Pastor of churches in Crete
What was the threefold purpose for the letter to Titus being written? (Choose three answers)
To tell Titus to live out his faith.
To warn Titus against false teachers.
To encourage Titus to appoint godly leaders in churches.
_________ __________ is/are the result of salvation in Jesus Christ.
When reading/studying Titus, an individual should notice the emphasis placed upon what two things? (Choose two answers)
_______ is the author of Philemon; _______ is the recipient of this letter.
What is Philemon encouraged to do in the letter written to him? (Choose two answers)
Display Christ's love to Onesimus.
Identify two key themes from the book of Philemon.
When seeking to study Philemon, there are two things that should be noticed: 1) Christ __________ our relationships; and 2) the gospel brings __________.
"For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the __________ of God" (2 Corinthians 5:21).
In 2 Corinthians 12, Paul boasts of his __________.
Romans 3 makes it clear that "all have __________ and fallen short of God's __________."
What is Romans 7 about?
The law and sin.
Which member of the Trinity is the focus of Romans 8?
What is the book of Hebrews about?
Jesus is superior to angels, prophets, Moses, the law, the tabernacle, and the sacrificial system.
"For the word of God is _________ and ________, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the _______ and _______ of the ________" (Hebrews 4:12).
In Hebrews, Jesus is the __________ __________ __________.
Great High Priest
What two words frequently point to Christ's supremacy in the book of Hebrews? (Choose two answers)
What is the book of James about?
God's grace enables and compels believers to live out their faith.
What is the result of the following behaviors/emotions in an individual's life? Bitter jealousy, selfish ambition, boastful, and falsehood.
A life of disorder.
What is the result of the following behaviors/emotions in an individual's life? Pure intentions, peaceable, gentle, open to reason, full of mercy and good fruits, impartial, and sincere.
A life of peace.
One of the key phrases in James is: "Faith without works is dead" (James 2:17). Considering what you've learned in this lesson, and in previous lessons, how can you begin applying God's Word to your life in ways that will cause you to put feet to your faith? In other words, what are some practical ways you can live out your faith? (200 word minimum)
There are many ways to live out your faith after becoming a Christian and believing in the Lord Jesus Christ. James says in chapter 2 verse 17 that "faith without works is dead." This cannot be more true. You can have a great faith in the Lord but your faith is worthless is you are not doing anything with it. One way to live out your faith is to know God. This can be achieved by spending more time with him. You need to spend more time reading His word, praying and listening, and fellowshipping with other believers. A second way to live out your faith is to flee temptation. There are always temptations in our sin stricken world, but we are called to flee these. Peter says "escape the corruption in the world caused by evil desires" (1 Peter 1:4). Ask God to protect you from sin, to give you the wisdom and courage to make good choices. Next, you can strive to be a better person. Peter shows us what a Christian looks like when he tells us to "make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; and to godliness, brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness, love" (1 Peter 1:5-7). Memorize that list of qualities, then "make every effort" to live them out daily. Doing these things can help you live out your faith to the best of your ability.
Romans 12 exhorts Christians to not be conformed to the world, but to be...
transformed by the renewing of their minds.
What does Paul tell King Agrippa about in Acts 26?
What happens in Acts 27?
Paul sails for Rome and endures a shipwreck.
What happens in Acts 28?
Paul arrives in Rome.
Ephesians 2 makes it clear that an individual is saved by...
grace through faith.
The overarching message of 1 Peter is:
Believers should strive to remain faithful and to display Christ-like behavior in the midst of difficult circumstances.
What does 1 Peter 3:15 command believers to always be ready to do?
Give a defense of the Christian faith (with gentleness and respect).
According to 1 Peter 3:18, why did Christ die for the sins of the world?
To bring humans to God (to restore their relationship with the Father).
Identify two key themes from 1 Peter.
Holy living in the face of suffering is a powerful testimony.
Christians should expect to experience suffering on some level.
How many times does the word "suffering" appear in 1 Peter?
Who wrote 1-2 Peter? Who was it most likely written to?
Peter; scattered believers
Why was 2 Peter written?
To warn believers of the destructive nature of false teaching.
What two key themes are found in 2 Peter?
The Old Testament prophets provide true testimonies about the revelation of God.
False teaching is dangerous and destructive.
The book of 2 Peter shows believers that they should live as if Christ were going to return __________.
The book of 2 Peter has more to say about __________ __________ than any other New Testament letter.
Who is Jesus in 2 Peter?
Savior and Lord; the One who will return for His people.
Ephesians 3 states that God is "...able to do far more __________ than all that we __________ or __________."
abundantly; ask; think
Colossians 1 describes the __________ of Christ.
What does Paul ask Philemon to do in his letter to him?
In Titus 2, Paul encourages Titus to __________ __________ __________.
preach sound doctrine.
In 1 Timothy 1, what does Paul warn Timothy of?
The book of 1 John affirms Christ's ________, ___________, and focuses on God's _________ in Christ.
The book of 2 John is addressed to "the elect lady," who remains unidentified in the text. According to scholars, what are the three possibilities for the identification of this unknown title/reference? (Choose three answers below)
A house church in Asia Minor.
A godly mother.
What is the key theme of 2 John?
Believers should walk in truth and love.
One study tactic involved identifying key words. What key words are used multiple times through 2 John? (Choose six answers below)
In 2 Timothy 2, Paul exhorts Timothy to be a __________ __________ of Christ Jesus.
According to Hebrews 2, why is Jesus able to help us in our temptations?
Because He was tempted.
What is the key phrase in Hebrews 11?
According to Hebrews 12, Jesus is the ___________ and __________ of our faith.
James 1 says that followers of Christ should be _________ of the word, not just __________.
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