The Building Blocks of Faith
Quiz 6
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Please watch the video first, and then answer the questions to the best of your ability.
Sin is lawlessness and separates us from God (1 John 3:4; Isaiah 59:2).
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Paul says the wages of sin is _______ (Rom. 6:23).
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What does James teach us about sin (James 1:14-15)?
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Who is the only person who had no sin (Heb. 4:15) and was able to reconcile us to God through his or her death (Col. 1:20; Eph. 2:16)?
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Is there any man or woman alive today who has not sinned (Rom. 3:10, 23)?
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Not only can we sin by doing the wrong thing, we can also sin for not doing things we should (James 4:17).
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Can sin keep us out of heaven (1 Cor. 6:9-10)?
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What will happen to sinners on the judgment day (Matthew 13:40-42)?
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The road to heaven is broad and most good people will find it and make it to heaven (Matthew 7:13-14)?
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On the judgment day, we will be judged by _______ (John 12:48).
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Will we be judged by how we lived our lives (Rom. 2:5-9; Rev. 20:12-15; 2 Cor. 5:10)?
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What does 1 Timothy 2:3-4 and 2 Peter 3:9 teach us about God?
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According to Paul, what great thing has Jesus done for us (Romans 5:6-11)?
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Do we have to obey God’s Word in order to be saved (Heb. 5:8-9; Matthew 7:21-23)?
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We can earn our salvation by the works we do.
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If we ______ God, we will keep His commandments (John 14:15; 1 John 5:3).
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What does Luke 17:7-10 teach about how we are to view ourselves?
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Do you believe you are saved right now? *
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If you believe that you are saved right now, please write down all the details of how you got saved. For example, were you at home watching TV and said the sinner’s prayer? Maybe you went to a gospel meeting and came forward before the people and asked Jesus into your heart? At what point do you think you were saved? Have you been baptized? Were you baptized by sprinkling, pouring water on your head, or were you fully immersed? Do you believe that you were saved before or after you were baptized? *
When it comes to obeying the gospel, should we do it as an emotional response or should we carefully consider what we are committing ourselves to (Luke 14:27-33)?
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If one becomes a Christian and then changes his or her mind and goes back to the world it is like a dog returning to his own vomit (2 Pet. 2:20-22).
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Can we be saved without God’s grace?
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Does the Word of God teach us how to be saved (James 1:21-22)?
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Faith comes from hearing the Word of God. Without this faith, we cannot be pleasing to God (Heb. 11:6; Rom. 10:17).
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Must we believe in Jesus to be saved (John 3:16; 8:24)?
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Can we be saved by faith only (James 2:19, 24)?
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What does Acts 17:30-31, 2 Cor. 7:9-10, and Luke 13:3 say we must do to so that we don’t perish?
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True repentance means?
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Another thing the Bible says we must do to be saved is to (Rom. 10:9-10; Matthew 10:32-33):
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What motivated some of the rulers during Jesus’ day to not confess Jesus as being the Son of God (John 12:42-43)?
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When Peter preached his powerful lesson in Acts 2 and the people asked what they needed to do, what did Peter tell them (Acts 2:37-41)?
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What was baptism for in Acts 2:38?
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Some claim that baptism is not part of God's salvation plan, but Peter tells us that baptism is the point our sins are forgiven. Think about it. Can one be saved before his or her sins are forgiven?
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We also learn from Acts 2:38 that we receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. What does Paul say the Holy Spirit does to us (Ephesians 1:13-14)?
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The Great Commission (Matthew 28:19) is saying that we are baptized into the possession or protection of the Godhead.
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We are added to the church by members voting us in (Acts 2:47).
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In Mark 16:16, Jesus says that he who ________ and __________ will be saved.
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What does Peter say that saves us (1 Peter 3:20-21)?
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According to Paul, when we choose to be baptized, we are putting our faith in the working of God that we are being buried with Christ. Our old self is being crucified with Christ, and we die to sin. We are raised up a new creature in Christ, and we are no longer slaves to sin (Col. 2:11-13; Rom. 6:3-11).
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What Scriptures teach that we are put into Christ at the point of our baptism?
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What is found in Christ that we don’t have access to until we are baptized into Christ?
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Baptism can be done by
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In an earlier lesson, we learned that we must be in the church to be saved (Eph. 5:23). Well, we also learn that we are added to the church by God (Acts 2:47) and that it happened when we were baptized into Christ (1 Cor. 12:13)?
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Is the term "kingdom" and "church" used synonymously at times?
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What did Jesus tell Nicodemus that must happen for one to enter the kingdom/church (John 3:5)?
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What do all of the following conversions in Acts have in common? The Samaritans (Acts 8:5-13); the eunuch (Acts 8:35-39); Saul (Acts 9:1-18, 22:6-16, 26:12-18); Cornelius (Acts 10:34-46); Lydia (Acts 16:13-15); the Philippian jailer (Acts 16:30-34); Crispus and others (Acts 18:8); John’s disciples (Acts 19:1-6).
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What happened to Saul on the road to Damascus?
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We learn from Paul’s conversion (Acts 9; 22; 26) that he believed in Jesus after being blinded by Him. He obeyed Jesus by going to Damascus and waiting for further instructions. We find Saul praying and fasting for three days. It’s also obvious that he repented. Now, if anyone could have been saved through belief alone or by saying a prayer it would have been Saul, but we learn that he was still in his sins after doing all these things because Ananias told him that he must get himself baptized to wash away his sins (Acts 22:16). Paul was not saved until his sins were washed away, which was at the point of baptism.
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If we put all this all together, we learn that we cannot be saved without God’s grace, but we must hear the Word of God and what it says about Jesus and salvation. If we believe, then we should be willing to repent and confess Jesus as our Lord. We should also be willing to be water baptized knowing that when we put our faith in the working of God that we are being buried with Christ, and our sins are being washed away. We receive the gift of the Holy Spirit, and we are added to the church by God.
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Please look back at what you wrote about how you were saved. Does your conversion match what we have learned from Scripture? If it does, that is great. However, if you said the sinner’s prayer or asked Jesus into your heart, which are not found in Scripture, or you thought you were saved before your baptism, then you have not obeyed God’s plan of salvation. Now that you know the truth, are you ready to obey the gospel by believing, repenting, confessing, and being baptized into Christ?
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If you are ready to be baptized, you can contact me at cougancollins@gmail.com and I will help find someone in your area to help you with this, or you can find a church of Christ in your area and have them help you with this.
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I have one more lesson in this series about remaining faithful once you decide to become a Christian. Will you join me for one more lesson?
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