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The Moment of Truth - Test 7

A Transformed Life

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 8. Upon the completion of the entire Bible course The Moment of Truth, you will receive a Certificate of Achievement.

The Moment of Truth: Test for Lesson 7

  1. During His conversation with Nicodemus, as reported in the Gospel according to John, Jesus compared conversion to:
    a change of religion.
    the training of an athlete.
    a new birth.
    a universal philosophy.

  2. By working within us, the Spirit of God brings us to reflect more and more Jesus Christ’s character. In the Second Epistle to the Corinthians, the apostle Paul put it this way: «Though our man perish, yet the man is day by day.»

  3. In the Gospel according to John, which illustration did Jesus use to express that without Him we can do nothing?
    The Vine and the Branches.
    The Lost Son.
    The Good Samaritan.
    The Pearl of Great Price.

  4. A tree spontaneously bears fruit through the action of sap circulating in its branches. Likewise, through the action of the Holy Spirit in our hearts, we will spontaneously bear good fruit. This continuous work of God’s Spirit within us is called: .

  5. During our lesson, we compared in a table JUSTIFICATION with SANCTIFICATION. One of the following points describes both justification and sanctification. Which one?
    Both are a work God accomplishes for us.
    Both are accomplished instantaneously.
    Both give access to heaven.
    Both are obtained through faith in Jesus Christ.

  6. Sanctification gives us the desire to know and obey the of God, which is expressed in the of God.

  7. As the Christian progresses in sanctification, his relationship with Jesus Christ is marked by obedience. We must always remember, though, that the sincere believer obeys God:
    to be saved.
    because he is saved.

  8. Left on his own, man cannot obey God’s . This is why God wants us to approach Him with faith, to ask Him for this vital power which dwells in the .

  9. The will make possible our sanctification by bringing us to depend on the two major resources God puts at our disposal: and of God’s Word.

  10. In the Epistle to the Hebrews, we are reminded the importance of pursuing sanctification (holiness), «without which...»
    «... worldwide peace shall never be achieved.»
    «... God shall never forgive our sins.»
    «... Jesus shall not return to gather His people.»
    «... no man shall see the Lord.»

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