Authentic Christianity test 2
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What is the seventh discipline to living a Spirit-formed life?
ABIDING IN THE FULLNESS OF THE SPIRIT
"God is in them."
The idea of enthusiasm truly has to do with a person being so full of God that their behavior is:
dominated by Him in a holy sense.
Enthusiasm also manifests with those who do not worship our God, as many people are so full of the world that behavior is dominated by:
worldly or demonic forces.
Enthusiasm makes a person dynamically or vibrantly:
alive with resource from a realm other than the natural.
What are the 8 symbolic types of rivers of refreshment and mightiness coming from the Holy Spirit that Hayford writes of?
1. Rivers of Worship and Praise
2. Rivers of Witness
3. Rivers of Ministry
4. Rivers of Gifts (by the Spirit)
5. Rivers of Intercession and Prayer
6. Rivers of Fruitfulness
7. Rivers of Peace and Strength
8. Rivers of Revelation
was used in a number of interesting ways, essentially describing something that was immersed:
dipping bread into a drink
dyeing of a garment
(come upon) relates to a whole new set of circumstances coming upon us.
another kind of "coming upon" us of His resources of enablement
The Holy Spirit is Poured Out, meaning to distribute largely.
(to fill) was never used except to indicate overflow.
is the Greek verb for "to fall upon."
The Greek word for "receive"
What is the eighth discipline to living a Spirit-formed life?
LIVING A LIFE OF SUBMISSION
The Spirit of Freedom is meant to free us from:
the practice of sin
free us from smallness of soul
free us from the independent nature that puts us in control
The Spirit of Freedom, lived out on biblical terms, propses that God could use other people to:
surround us with with supporting insights
help us grow
The Centurion understands that his own submission to those of higher rank (alignment with the authority placed over him) is the source of:
the power available to him
The very meaning of the word submit (hupotasso in the Greek) is related to military structures and refers to an arrangement of troops under proper order (lowest to highest rank) to submit.
The authoritative structure of the church body exists to:
assist the effectiveness of us all, to assure the interests of us all, and to assemble the whole body to resist and overthrow the enemy
The path down (submission) is the:
way up (receiving authority)
What is the ninth discipline to living a Spirit-formed life?
THE PRACTICE OF SOLITUDE
What is the hallmark of people who walk faithfully with the Lord for long seasons of time?
people who can experience trials beyond anything they had known before and come through with faithfulness, stability, and strength of character - is that they have learned the value of solitude
Solitude is not:
being alone with the Lord in a quiet quest for God
Jesus said, "Come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest a while." Why?
There simply are times in our lives where we need to stop, just as Jesus called His disciples to observe a "time-out" with Him
How far was Paul's purposeful walk of solitude from Troas to Assos?
about 25 miles
There are any number of cases - biblical and extrabiblical - where people have gone into times of solitude and:
rather than escaping reality, they found entrance into it
In other examples of Solitude in the Bible we find that people came freshly into reality with God's presence and found there a:
renewal of His purpose for their lives
In Phil. 4:8-9, what things are we told to think about?
We need to think on and journal about the lovely and the blessed and the beauty of God's acts of kindness, mercy, and provision
is the Greek verb for "think on these things"
What two things do we notice when journaling about bad things?
there aren't as many bad things as we think
writing them down before the Lord seems to shrink their threat while jump-starting their solution
What is released through meditation and reflection in Christ's presence?
There is great power released through meditation and reflection in Christ's presence
What is the tenth discipline to living a Spirit-formed life?
THE LIFE OF A WORSHIPER
What is the first issue in worship?
whom we worship.
What is our "worship handbook?"
In each psalm we see a human being boldy:
entering God's presence, understanding that he is welcome there.
The worshipper is clearly active, doing what?
singing, shouting, bowing, kneeling, lifting hands, dancing, head bowed, heart upraised, silent one moment, and exuberant in the next.
Worship that has found the throne of the Living God cannot:
be anything but alive.
What is the second issue in worship?
why we worship.
We worship not only because God is worthy of our worship, but:
because He has called us to worship and has given us the privilege of worshiping Him.
Worship is both the means by which we may enter the presence of God and the means by:
which He is welcomed into the midst of our world.
Worship is also a means of invoking the presence of God into our:
our joys, pains, hurts, or hopes of our present moments.
The discipline of worship is part of a life that expands in:
knowing God, His power, and His blessing.
Apart from private worship, we see in the Bible that worship is called forth:
at appointed times
in faithfulness to God's Word
as a discipline of the believer
What are the 4 altars of worship that Hayford teaches?
1. The Altar of Promise
2. The Altar of Intimacy
3. The Altar of No Return
4. The Altar of Possession
Worship also involves the stewardship of:
what God has blessed us with materially.
Worship is the capstone to the ten primary disciplines because it:
opens the doorway to God's superintendence by His super- natural presence and power, allowing His sovereign influence to purify all of life's issues.
What is the all-encompassing discipline?
and is prayer's essential entry point to relationship with the Father, releasing our faith in His almightiness.
What are the 10 prayer paths to build your faith?
prayer that intervenes and reverse
What are the 4 reasons to consider fasting for?
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