All the answers A, B, C, and D are correct.
He knew students would not learn it unless he said it was important.
It is the only definition of faith in the Bible.
Billy Graham had said the same thing years later.
The real meaning of the verse grows on you after time.
Noone had ever said such a thing before Barnes.
The more knowledge we have, the more God loves us.
Moses and the prophets exhorted the elect to know God.
Jesus asked us to seek and keep on seeking.
Paul valued his Jewish background so highly.
A person cannot believe what they do not know.
Salvation or conversion.
Perfection of the believer.
To bring forth the fruits of righteousness.
Being little persuaded and lacking in trust.
Believing the nature and power of Satan.
Keeping our motives pure
Realizing his divine authority through Bible study and prayer
Knowing Jesus personally
Having a humble heart
All of the answers A, B, C, and D are correct.
Both those who pleased God and who did not were listed in Hebrews.
Only the wicked who did not please God were listed in the Bible.
Only those who pleased God through faith were mentioned in the Bible.
Since Hebrews was written to the Jews, only Jews were mentioned by the writer of that book.
Faith was available to both the wicked and the chosen in the Old Testament. Both groups pleased God.
Pray with the understanding.
Believe by faith.
Correct our behavior.
Visit the sick and the widow.
Give thanks with a grateful heart.
Establishing or Abiding faith
Lively Justifying Faith.
God Pleasing Faith
As one takes in the true nature of God, one can believe more and more is possible in their life.
The different results show faith works in unlimited ways for the believer.
Faith is not just for miracles, but has many avenues to work in the things of a believer.
None of the answers A, B, C, or E is corrrect.
The answers for A, B, and C are all correct.
Experience and application of our everyday life through which we see the illustrations of the Bible.
Holy Spirit insights into the Bible from reading and studying and hearing the words of the Bible.
Attending regular Sunday services and mid-week fellowship meetings and Sunday School lessons.
Fellowship with Christian brethren and sharing our testimony with others on a regular basis.
Spiritual experiences which show spiritual realities so that we can get an impression of what a spiritual thing is.