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The Moment of Truth - Test 29

The Law Reflects Its Author

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 30. 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 29

  1. Many things have been said about the commandments of God. To distinguish truth from falsehood, we must follow the example of the Jews of Berea, reported in the Acts of the Apostles: «These [Jews] were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all of mind, and the Scriptures daily, whether those things were

  2. When we compared 1 John 3:3 with Psalm 19:8, we found out that both God and His commandments have the following quality:
    Truth.
    Purity.
    Goodness.
    Faithfulness.

  3. Another characteristic belonging to both God and His commandments was brought to light by paralleling the book of Jeremiah and the book of Psalms. The first one indeed says, «This is His name whereby He shall be called: The Lord our And the second one says, «My tongue shall speak of Your word: for all Your commandments are

  4. During our lesson, we also compared 1 Corinthians 1:9 with Psalm 119:86, and discovered that God and His commandments also share this trait of character:
    Truth.
    Purity.
    Goodness.
    Faithfulness.

  5. God and His commandments have in common this other characteristic, as we saw in the book of Leviticus and the Epistle of Paul to the Romans. The first book says, «You shall be , for I the Lord your God am And the second book adds, «Why the law is , and the commandment and just, and good.»

  6. By drawing a parallel between Genesis 21:33 and Psalm 119:44, we learned that both God and His commandments are:
    Eternal.
    Wondrous.
    Delightful.
    Immutable.

  7. We discovered another characteristic common to both God and His commandments, in the Gospel according to Matthew and the book of Psalms. Indeed, the book of Matthew says, «Be you therefore , even as your Father which is in heaven is And the book of Psalms says, «The law of the Lord is

  8. God and His commandments also share this other quality, as we saw in the Second Book of Samuel and the book of the prophet Isaiah. The first one says, «Why You are , O Lord God.» And the second one adds, «[The Lord] will the law.»

  9. During our lesson, we also paralleled Job 37:14 and Psalm 119:18. We then discovered that God and His commandments are:
    Immutable.
    Delightful.
    Wondrous.
    Eternal.

  10. God and His law display the same character. So, before declaring that God’s law has been abolished, or even only modified, we must remember the apostle Paul’s advice, found in his First Epistle to the Thessalonians: « all things. fast which is

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