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If I Were Told the Future - Test 96

The New Jerusalem

In order to check your understanding and your progress in the study of the Word of God, we invite you to fill out this short test and return it to us. The correct answers will be sent back to you as soon as possible.

A mark of 70% or better will allow you to submit the test of Lesson 97. Upon the completion of the entire Bible course If I Were Told the Future, you will receive a Certificate of Achievement.

If I Were Told the Future: Test for Lesson 96

  1. According to the Epistle to the Hebrews, Abraham knew that the real Promised Land was more than a piece of land in Canaan. «By faith [Abraham] sojourned in the land of promise, as in a country, dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise. For he looked for a which has foundations, whose and is God.»

  2. The book of Revelation, describing the New Jerusalem, speaks of a «great and high mountain». This calls to mind a prophecy of Daniel, in which a stone «became a great mountain, and filled the whole earth». In which chapter of the book of Daniel can we find this prophecy?
    Chapter 2.
    Chapter 7.
    Chapter 8.
    Chapter 11.

  3. The book of Revelation says that the New Jerusalem covers a huge area, and rises to the same height, like an immense mountain, shining and glorious. The length, breadth, and height of the city are each «twelve thousand furlongs», that is...
    ... about 1.4 mile (2.2 kilometres).
    ... about 14 miles (22 kilometres).
    ... about 140 miles (220 kilometres).
    ... about 1,400 miles (2,200 kilometres).

  4. Described in the book of Revelation, the New Jerusalem, which is the temple of God, is square-shaped and overlaid with pure gold. This description reminds us of what follows:
    The courtyard of the earthly sanctuary.
    The Holy Place of the earthly sanctuary.
    The Most Holy Place of the earthly sanctuary.
    The lampstand of the earthly sanctuary.

  5. The book of Revelation also indicates what will be the source of light in the New Jerusalem: «And the city had no need of the , neither of the , to shine in it. For the of God did lighten it, and the is the light thereof.»

  6. The description of the New Jerusalem, in the book of Revelation, presents all the following «12»s, except one. Which one?
    12 gates.
    12 walls.
    12 pearls.
    12 foundations.

  7. The book of Revelation says that the twelve foundations of New Jerusalem bear the names of twelve biblical characters. Who are they?
    The twelve apostles.
    The twelve prophets.
    The twelve patriarchs.
    The twelve sons of Israel.

  8. According to the book of Revelation, each one of the twelve gates giving access to the New Jerusalem is made up of...
    ... a single ruby.
    ... a single pearl.
    ... a single diamond.
    ... a single emerald.

  9. Still describing the City of God, the New Jerusalem, the book of Revelation says that something special will be placed «in the middle of the street of it, and on either side of the river.» What is it?
    The tree of life.
    The throne of God and of the Lamb.
    The temple of God.
    The tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

  10. Finally, the book of Revelation indicates how to reserve one’s place in the New Jerusalem: «[They] washed their robes, and made them in the blood of the . Therefore are they before the of God.» To wash one’s robe in the blood of the Lamb means to accept the sacrifice of Jesus, the Lamb of God, for the forgiveness of our sins and the purification of our hearts, and then to follow Him until the end.

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