BBC Lesson 21
Summing Up God’s
RECORD OF CONVERSIONS
(All 11 Cases) in Acts
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1. In all, how many cases of conversion have we studied in Acts? *
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2. Is ALL of God’s teaching on conversion limited to any ONE case? *
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3. If not, how does Isaiah 28:10 teach us God’s Word is written? *
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4. If we accept PART of God’s Word and reject PART, will our answers thus based on such PARTIAL INFORMATION be RIGHT or WRONG? *
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5. Is it possible for ALL the ways and plans for salvation being taught all over the world to contradict each other and ALL of them still be right? *
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6. Explain how we can avoid errors in conclusions drawn from our studies of the Word of God: *
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7. From our studies of the 11 cases of conversion in Acts, in how many cases was TEACHING and/or PREACHING done? *
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8. In response to what was taught or preached, LIST FIVE THINGS sinners did as recorded in Acts: *
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9. In how many cases of conversion, as recorded in Acts, is HEARING mentioned? Which case does NOT mention hearing? *
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10. How many cases mention BELIEVING? Is believing mentioned in EVERY CASE? If not, which case does NOT mention believing? *
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11. How many cases mention, command or describe REPENTANCE? *
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12. Does repentance have to be mentioned in EACH case in order to be binding on ALL? *
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13. In how many cases of conversion is CONFESSION recorded? *
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14. Was this confession of one’s SINS or was it of one’s FAITH IN JESUS CHRIST? *
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15. Quote the eunuch’s confession of faith verbatim: *
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16. If God says a thing JUST ONE TIME, is it TRUE or FALSE? *
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17. Does God’s repeating something more than once make it any TRUER than as if he had said it once ONLY? *
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18. In how many cases of conversion is BAPTISM mentioned? *
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19. In which case is baptism NOT mentioned? *
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20. Which case connects BAPTISM and REMISSION OF SINS? *
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21. When Peter told those on Pentecost to “SAVE yourselves” (Acts 2:40), what did those do who “gladly received” His Word? *
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22. Does the fact that these people were BAPTIZED in response to Peter’s exhorting them to SAVE themselves, connect BAPTISM with SALVATION? _________ Explain: *
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23. Which case of conversion connects BAPTISM with WASHING AWAY SINS? If Saul’s sins had been forgiven him the moment he BELIEVED (as some contend), would he have had any sins left to be WASHED AWAY at his baptism? If your answer is “yes,” then please explain Acts 22:16: *
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24. How many RESULTS are listed in connection with these cases of conversion? *
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25. If we, today, HEAR (the gospel), BELIEVE (in Jesus Christ), REPENT (of our sins), CONFESS (our faith in Christ) and ARE BAPTIZED, just like those recorded in Acts, should we receive the same results as they? *
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