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Review over Sessions 1-4


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    From your notes, explain the BIBLE JOURNEY through Romans 8 highlighting the important concepts, verses, and process we went over in the Session 4 Bible Journey. (Romans 8:1 - Romans 8:39) (Just do you best and I will grade according to your grade level)

  • 2. 

    What one thing are you going to remember from this Module that will help you in your sanctification process? (answer the best you can and I will grade accordingly.) 

  • 3. 

    From session 1, both of these stories are about                                     and appearance. 

    Correct Answer
    substance
    Explanation
    Both of these stories are about substance and appearance. This means that the stories focus on the difference between what something or someone appears to be and what they actually are. The theme of substance versus appearance is likely explored in these stories, highlighting the importance of looking beyond superficial appearances to discover the true nature or value of something or someone.

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  • 4. 

    From your notes, what was the crucial detail of the first parable? 

    • A.

      This story is speaking to unsaved vs saved

    • B.

      This story is speaking to those who are building their lives on riches

    • C.

      This story is not a salvation message

    • D.

      This story is teaching us to build our lives on the rock

    Correct Answer
    C. This story is not a salvation message
    Explanation
    The crucial detail of the first parable is that it is not a salvation message. The story is not focused on the concept of being saved or unsaved, but rather on the importance of building one's life on a solid foundation, represented by the rock. It teaches us the significance of having a strong and stable foundation in our lives, rather than relying on temporary and unstable things like riches.

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  • 5. 

    Hope is a lot like what other religious words? 

    • A.

      Faith and Love

    • B.

      Faith and Trust

    • C.

      Grace and Trust

    • D.

      Trust and Love

    Correct Answer
    B. Faith and Trust
    Explanation
    Faith and trust are both religious words that are similar to hope. They all involve belief and confidence in something or someone. Faith is a strong belief in a higher power or a set of religious principles, while trust is a firm reliance on the integrity, ability, or character of someone or something. Similarly, hope involves a belief and expectation that something desired will happen. Therefore, faith and trust are closely related to hope in their nature and meaning.

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  • 6. 

    But what makes hope different from the last "two religious words" you just answered? 

    • A.

      Hope spelled differently

    • B.

      Hope is a word which gives life

    • C.

      Hope has given life to so many

    • D.

      Hope has a forward feeling to it

    Correct Answer
    D. Hope has a forward feeling to it
    Explanation
    Hope has a forward feeling to it because it implies optimism and the belief that things will improve in the future. Unlike the previous two religious words, hope is not tied to a specific religious belief or doctrine. It is a universal concept that transcends religious boundaries and is accessible to people of all faiths or even no faith at all. The forward feeling of hope suggests that there is a possibility for positive change and a better future, which can be a source of inspiration and motivation for individuals.

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  • 7. 

    A hopeful heart produces generous actions. 

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    A hopeful heart produces generous actions because when someone is hopeful, they have a positive outlook and believe that good things can happen. This optimism and belief in the future can inspire them to act in a generous and selfless manner, as they are more likely to see opportunities to help others and make a positive impact. Additionally, hope can give them the motivation and energy to go above and beyond to support and uplift those around them.

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  • 8. 

    Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. 

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    This statement means that what a person says is a reflection of what is in their heart. It suggests that our words reveal our true thoughts, feelings, and intentions. If someone consistently speaks with kindness and compassion, it indicates that they have a loving and caring heart. On the other hand, if someone frequently speaks with negativity and cruelty, it suggests that they have a heart filled with anger and malice. Therefore, this statement implies that our words can provide insight into our character and innermost being.

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  • 9. 

    The only thing that matters is building my life on appearance and not substance. 

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement suggests that the speaker believes that building their life solely on appearance, without considering substance, is the only thing that matters. However, this is not a healthy or sustainable approach to life. True fulfillment and success come from developing substance, such as personal values, skills, and meaningful relationships, rather than solely focusing on superficial appearances. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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  • 10. 

    From Luke 6:46-49, Jesus said the person who comes to him, hears him, and obeys him is like what kind of person?

    • A.

      The person is a perfect man who laid his life on his own desires

    • B.

      The person is a man who dug deep to lay his foundation on the rock

    • C.

      The person is a man who dug deep to lay his foundation on the sand

    • D.

      The person is a man who built his house on the ground without a foundation

    Correct Answer
    B. The person is a man who dug deep to lay his foundation on the rock
    Explanation
    In Luke 6:46-49, Jesus compares the person who comes to him, hears him, and obeys him to a man who dug deep to lay his foundation on the rock. This analogy suggests that the person who builds their life on the teachings and principles of Jesus, which are compared to a solid rock, will have a strong and stable foundation. This foundation will enable them to withstand the challenges and storms of life, ensuring that their life is built on a solid and secure base.

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  • 11. 

    We talked about students who live "double lives." What does Jeremiah call this kind of attitude? 

    • A.

      Living a lie

    • B.

      Deceptive words

    • C.

      Lying to yourself

    • D.

      Abominations

    Correct Answer
    B. Deceptive words
    Explanation
    Jeremiah refers to the attitude of students who live "double lives" as "deceptive words." This suggests that these students are not being honest or genuine in their actions and behaviors. They may be portraying themselves differently to different people or hiding aspects of their lives. This term implies that their words and actions are misleading and not reflective of their true selves.

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  • 12. 

    Messed up theology leads to messed up                                        . 

    Correct Answer
    living
    lives
    lifes
    life
    living.
    Explanation
    Messed up theology can have a negative impact on how individuals live their lives. It can lead to confusion, misunderstandings, and misguided actions. When someone's understanding of theology is distorted or incorrect, it can affect their beliefs, values, and behavior, ultimately leading to a messed up way of living.

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  • 13. 

    The whole passage beginning in Jer. 8:4 is about what? 

    • A.

      Migration

    • B.

      Travelling

    • C.

      Running

    • D.

      Returning

    Correct Answer
    D. Returning
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "returning." The passage beginning in Jer. 8:4 is about the act of returning. This suggests that the passage discusses a situation where individuals or a group of people are going back to a previous location or state. The context of the passage may provide further details about the reasons or circumstances surrounding this act of returning.

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  • 14. 

    When your view of God is small, something else will be big. 

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    When your view of God is small, it means that you have a limited understanding or perception of God's power, presence, and influence in your life. This limited view can lead to other things appearing bigger or more important than God. For example, if you see God as small and insignificant, you may prioritize worldly possessions, achievements, or relationships over your relationship with Him. This can result in placing greater importance on material wealth, personal success, or human approval, rather than seeking and following God's will. Therefore, when your view of God is small, something else will inevitably become bigger in your life.

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  • 15. 

    What were the "deceptive words" the Israelites were trusting in from Jer. 7:3-8?

    • A.

      They could sin because they were stronger than the other nations

    • B.

      They could sin because they just needed to make sacrifices to atone for their sin

    • C.

      They could sin because they had the temple of God in their midst

    • D.

      They could sin and do whatever they wanted because they were really smart and good looking and didn't have really awkward skinny heads.

    Correct Answer
    C. They could sin because they had the temple of God in their midst
    Explanation
    The Israelites were trusting in the deceptive belief that they could sin without consequences because they had the temple of God in their midst. They believed that the presence of the temple would protect them and grant them immunity from punishment for their sins. However, this belief was false and deceptive, as God's presence in the temple did not excuse their sinful actions.

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  • 16. 

    Leadership is.....

    • A.

      Watching others

    • B.

      Loving others

    • C.

      Telling others what to do

    • D.

      Influence

    Correct Answer
    D. Influence
    Explanation
    Leadership is often associated with the ability to influence others. A leader's influence can inspire and motivate individuals to work towards a common goal. Influence is a powerful tool that allows leaders to guide and shape the actions and decisions of their team members. Effective leaders understand the importance of building relationships and using their influence to create positive change and achieve desired outcomes.

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  • 17. 

    (I just said this in class but it is not directly in your notes) -- What is atonement? Or what does it mean to atone for someone or something? 

    • A.

      To atone means to care for someone

    • B.

      To atone means to love someone

    • C.

      To atone means to make amends for wrong that has been done

    • D.

      To atone means to make something look worse than it is

    Correct Answer
    C. To atone means to make amends for wrong that has been done
    Explanation
    Atonement refers to the act of making amends for a wrong that has been committed. It involves taking responsibility for one's actions and seeking to repair any harm or damage caused. Atonement is not about simply caring or loving someone, but specifically about acknowledging and rectifying past mistakes or wrongdoing. It is a process of reconciliation and seeking forgiveness for the harm caused.

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  • 18. 

    What is the most comforting and yet most terrifying truth in the world? 

    • A.

      Growing up is both exciting and difficult

    • B.

      God is good and bad

    • C.

      God is powerful and strong

    • D.

      God is holy and just so no one will ever get away with anything

    Correct Answer
    D. God is holy and just so no one will ever get away with anything
    Explanation
    The most comforting and yet most terrifying truth in the world is that God is holy and just so no one will ever get away with anything. This can be comforting because it means that there is a sense of justice and fairness in the world, and that ultimately, wrongdoings will be punished. However, it can also be terrifying because it means that every action and decision we make will have consequences, and we will be held accountable for our actions.

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  • 19. 

    From the selected passage in your notes: What is God's response to sin? 

    • A.

      Grace

    • B.

      Love

    • C.

      Righteous anger

    • D.

      Fire and brimstone

    Correct Answer
    C. Righteous anger
    Explanation
    In the selected passage, it is implied that God's response to sin is righteous anger. This suggests that God is displeased and angered by sinful actions. This response can be seen as a reflection of God's justice and righteousness, as He holds individuals accountable for their wrongdoing.

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  • 20. 

    What is sanctification? 

    • A.

      Salvation through Jesus Christ

    • B.

      Propitiation through Jesus Christ

    • C.

      Going to heaven

    • D.

      The process of becoming more like Jesus

    Correct Answer
    D. The process of becoming more like Jesus
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The process of becoming more like Jesus." Sanctification refers to the ongoing process in which believers are transformed and conformed to the image of Jesus Christ. It involves the work of the Holy Spirit in a person's life, leading them to grow in holiness, righteousness, and conformity to God's will. Through sanctification, believers are gradually transformed to reflect the character, attitudes, and actions of Jesus Christ in their daily lives. This process involves surrendering to God, allowing Him to work in and through them, and actively participating in spiritual disciplines such as prayer, studying the Bible, and cultivating a relationship with God.

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  • 21. 

    What is regeneration? 

    • A.

      The time when we first believe in Jesus, we're born again

    • B.

      Living a life honoring to Jesus

    • C.

      Propitiation for our sins

    • D.

      The process of becoming more like Jesus

    Correct Answer
    A. The time when we first believe in Jesus, we're born again
    Explanation
    Regeneration refers to the spiritual transformation that occurs when a person believes in Jesus and is born again. It is the moment when someone accepts Jesus as their Savior and experiences a new birth in their spiritual life. This transformation leads to a renewed relationship with God and a commitment to living a life that honors Jesus.

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  • 22. 

    What should we do when Satan reminds us of our sin and our cursed position before God? 

    • A.

      Try harder to live better

    • B.

      Remind Satan that he forgot the most important part: Jesus saves

    • C.

      Remind Satan to refrain his lying

    • D.

      Remind Satan that he is going to die one day too

    Correct Answer
    B. Remind Satan that he forgot the most important part: Jesus saves
    Explanation
    When Satan reminds us of our sin and our cursed position before God, the best course of action is to remind Satan that he forgot the most important part: Jesus saves. This means acknowledging that although we may have sinned and fallen short, Jesus' sacrifice on the cross offers redemption and forgiveness. By focusing on the saving power of Jesus, we can find hope and reassurance in our relationship with God, rather than being consumed by guilt and condemnation.

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  • 23. 

    Forgiveness is not a feeling. Neither is it forgetting. Forgiveness is a                                          .  (fill in the blank)

    Correct Answer
    promise
    promise.
    promise!
    Promise!
    Promise.
    promise

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