THE KEY TO THE BIBLE, STUDENT - 3rd SESSION
GET ACQUAINTED - Describe what you enjoy doing in your spare time.
What insights did you bring to share?
The terms we have been considering describe the c________________ of historical events.
We have been considering what God has done for us. ^
In view of this, what response is called for? v
Conversion - ______________________________________________
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Fill in the blanks with the words conversion and regeneration and explain.
______________ makes ______________ possible or certain (select one).
__________ - _____________________________________________
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10.† Where, when, and how did God accomplish redemption, propitiation, reconciliation, pay a ransom, and save us?
11.† What New Testament word encompasses the meaning of the work of Jesus Christ on our behalf?
12.† What are the facts of the Gospel in the sequence they took place historically?
∑ We have been looking closer at what Jesus accomplished in his life, death and resurrection.† The events and accomplishments referred to as the Gospel represent the goal toward which revelation was moving.† Therefore the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the key that unlocks all Scripture.† It is in the Gospel that the glory of God and of Christ is most clearly seen (2 Cor.4:4-6).
Discuss what the figurative language of 2 Cor.4:4-6 is getting at.
Now, let us ask, "Why?"
The Bible speaks of actions (what one does or doesn't do), motives (why one does or not, what governs one's actions, moves him), attitudes (how or in what spirit one goes about doing or not doing), and beliefs (ideas taken into oneís heart that govern his perception).
13.† What motivated God to sacrifice Jesus for our sin?† What does God reveal about His own heart?
Define mercy. [opposite of propitiation]
Define grace. [not for the righteous]
with Ex.33:18-19; 34:5-7 in considering Godís character †††
But, God was still angry, so Moses interceded for the people and asked Him to forgive their sin or blot him out of his book with along them.† God answered that He would blot out the ones who sin against Him and in the day He visits, He will visit their sin upon them.† The Lord showed His continuing displeasure by sending a plague on the people.
Moses that He would send His angel to lead them to the land He promised to
Abraham and drive out its inhabitants, but that He Himself would not go up
among them lest He destroy them (32:30-33:6).† Moses again spoke to God and argued that it was
God's presence with them that distinguished His people from all others (33:12-17).† The narrative continues as
Moses' requested to know God, that God show him His ways (33:13) and glory (v.18).† "I will make My goodness pass before you and proclaim My name 'the Lord.'† I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will show mercy to whom I will show mercy (v.19)." "the Lord God merciful and gracious, longsuffering and abounding in goodness and truth, keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, but who will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children and the children's children to the third and forth generation."† Moses' response is worship (34:5-9).
God's name and r____________ are at issue.† God's glory is expressed in the g___________ of His heart and r_____________ of His actions.
14. Contrast statements about the Old Testament with statements about the New Testament in each of the following verses and state the implications.
Heb.8:1-51 - O.T.
Heb.10:1 - O.T.
Col.2:16-17 - O.T.
PRACTICE EXERCISE - Interact with Lk.4:16-21
What captured your attention in this lesson?
FURTHER STUDY Ė English Grammar and Composition, rev ed, 1965
What does the Bible say about Christ's relationship with the Father and His glory before creation?† Jn.1:1-2; 17:5, 24
Compare the following verses and note that Old Testament promises are often fulfilled in ways that differ from the actual terms or expressions of those promises.
Mal.4:5-6 & Lk.1:16-17
2 Sam.7:12-16 & Lk.1:26-33
Isa.42:6-7; 52:8-10 & Lk.2:29-32