Hebrews 8:6-8; 9:15-17
If there had been no fault with the first covenant, would God have made a second?
Did God promise that He would make a new covenant?
Does a man’s last will and testament go into force before he dies or after he dies?
The New Testament of Jesus Christ went into effect after He died on the cross.
(mediator: go between; reconciler) (covenant: contract; testament)
Matthew 3:16; 22:23-33; Acts 10:1-35
Does God teach us today by necessary inferences or conclusions in the Bible?
I Peter 2:21; II Thessalonians 3:9
Does God teach us today by examples in the Bible?
Acts 1:2; 10:42; 17:30
Does God teach us today by direct commandments in the Bible?
I Timothy 1:3-4; II Timothy 1:13
Paul told Timothy it was okay if some people taught different doctrines.
Did Paul say that there is a “form (pattern) of sound words” that we are to hold to?
(form: pattern; figure)
2 Peter 1:3; II Timothy 3:16-17
Through God’s power, we have been given things that pertain to life and
Everything that we need to know about life and godliness has been given to us through the
knowledge of Jesus Christ.
All of the scriptures (the Bible) have been inspired by God.
Can the Bible make you complete in everything that you need to know about God?
Since the Bible gives you everything that you need to know, do you need other revelations
to make you complete spiritually?
Did the apostle Paul rebuke the Galatians for following a gospel that was different from
the one that they had received?
Any man who changes the gospel that God gave is accursed.
Did Paul receive his gospel from a man or from Jesus Christ?
Does the Bible warn us against adding to or taking from God’s word?
Can you lose your soul if you add to or take away from God’s word?
Colossians 3:17; Acts 4:5-10
We do not have to do all things today "in the name of Jesus Christ."
To do something "in the name of Christ" means to do it by His authority, or in keeping with
To do "all things in the name of the Lord" means that we must literally say " in Jesus’
name" every time we do something.
Hebrews 1:1-2; John 12:48-50
Does God speak to us today through His Son instead of through the prophets?
I will be judged by the words of Jesus Christ rather than by the words of Moses and the
Did Jesus speak only those things that the Father gave Him to speak?
John 16:7-13; Hebrews 2:1-4
Jesus promised the apostles that the Holy Spirit (or “Comforter”) would guide them into
God confirmed the preaching of the apostles through miracles, signs, and wonders given
by the Holy Spirit.
Who has been given all power, or authority, in both heaven and earth today?
If Jesus has been given all power and authority today, should we follow His words in order
to be pleasing to God?
Did Jesus “blot out the handwriting of ordinances” and “nail it to His cross”?
If the Law of Moses has been “abolished” and “nailed to the cross”, should we judge
others by it today?
Have we become dead to the law?
We have been from the law.
The Law that we have been released from said, “Thou shalt not covet.”
At one time, the Jews and Gentiles had been separated and alienated from one another
by a “middle wall of partition.”
The “middle wall of partition” and “enmity” that separated the Jews and Gentiles was the
“law of commandments” or Law of Moses.
Did Jesus abolish the “law of commandments” or Law of Moses?
Did Jesus establish peace between the Jews and the Gentiles when He abolished the
Law of Moses?
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This is a self guided study - All answers are found in the listed verses
Lesson 5 DO ALL IN THE NAME OF THE LORD