BBC Lesson 11
Christians are NOT Governed
by the LIMITED COMMISSIONS
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1: How many “limited” commissions did Jesus give? *
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2. To whom was the first of these limited commissions given? *
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3. According to this first commission (Matthew 10), Jesus gave certain ones power to cast out unclean spirits (or devils), to heal the sick, cleanse the lepers and to raise the dead. Specify TO WHOM such power was given: *
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4. How did Jesus make doubly sure that we do not mistake the ones to whom this commission was limited? *
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5. Were those governed by this limited commission to go to Gentiles? To the Samaritans? *
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6. If not, then to whom were they to go? *
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7. Who were the “lost sheep of the house of Israel”? *
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8. Could a person governed by this limited commission carry any money? If not, why not? *
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9. What about their having a traveling-bag, two coats, shoes and staves? *
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10. Can a person today be consistent in claiming from this passage the power to heal the sick, while at the same time trying to get money? Explain: *
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11. With whom were the apostles to stay upon entering a city? *
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12. If a house or city would not “receive” them, what did Jesus command them to do? *
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13. Which persons were told not to think HOW or WHAT to speak? Under what condition? *
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14. Did this passage tell anyone else this? *
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15. Since the words were supplied them to say, under the condition mentioned, who was to do the speaking? *
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16. Does this commission justify people today claiming to speak by direct operation of the Holy Spirit? Explain: *
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17. Whom were the apostles commanded to fear—man or God? *
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18. Those who serve God with their mouths only are18. Did Jesus come to send peace on earth—or a sword? *
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19. What similarity existed between the limited commission to the twelve apostles and the limited commission to the “other seventy,” relative to how many should journey together? *
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20. Where were the seventy limited to go? *
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21. Were the seventy to salute anyone by the way? *
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22. Where the seventy to go from house to house? *
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23. What were the seventy to eat? *
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24. Whom else, other than the seventy, were authorized to heal the sick by the limited commission in Luke 10? *
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25. Are either of these two limited commissions binding on anyone NOW? *
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