Search Lesson 026
TEXT: Review Quarter Texts
- Key Verse
This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. — 1 Timothy 1:15
- In rehearsing the lesson on prophecy and fulfillment, how can we be assured that prophecies yet to be fulfilled will come to pass? See Luke 21:33 and 2 Timothy 3:16.
- Using Psalm 143:10 and Philippians 2:13 as references, is it difficult for a Christian to do God’s will? Support your answer.
- The good news of Jesus’ birth was made known to the shepherds by a heavenly host of angels. How is mankind today made knowledgeable of God’s love and plan of redemption?
- What qualities stand out in the example of the Wise Men in their search for Jesus? Describe why these same traits are valuable in a Christian’s life today.
- Simeon was rewarded for his faithfulness when he saw the promise of God fulfilled in the Christ Child. Noting Hebrews 10:23, what correlation can be found between holding “fast the profession of our faith without wavering,” and God being faithful to His promised return to earth?
- The heavenly Father spared His Son from the anger of Herod. In what ways is providential care extended to God’s children today? See Psalm 91.
- In 2 Corinthians 13:14, each member of the Godhead has an attribute expressed. What are these attributes and how did the Apostle learn this truth?
- We learned in the study of overcoming temptation that everyone is tempted, and that temptations come from Satan. How can we be assured of victory over temptation? See James 4:7.
- Explain the difference between being alert to God’s call and answering His call. Give two reasons why answering God’s call is so important.
- Has God performed a miracle in your own life or on your behalf? If so, list briefly the steps that were taken by you or those involved to move the hand of God.
- In studying the Beatitudes we find the thought of happiness in each of them. How does a person obtain this happiness in his own life?
- After studying the parable of the sower and the seed, describe the kind of “soil” you yourself strive to be, and why.