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Where Can You Find the Church
That Belongs to Jesus? Part 1

Jesus Is Lord - Lesson #7


*1* How did Jesus make the church His? Answer: He purchased the church with His .

*2* Can we be saved without Jesus' blood? (yes or no) Answer:

*3* Then can we be saved outside Jesus' church? (yes or no) Answer:

*4* For whom is Christ the Savior? (a) the nation of Israel only, (b) the body (church), (c) all people will be saved. Answer: .

*5* How can false teachers be identified? (a) by their outward appearance, (b) by their unkind manners, (c) by their fruits. Answer: .

*6* What are the "fruits" of God's followers? (a) they do the will of the Father, (b) they just call Jesus "Lord," (c) they just believe. Answer: .

*7* Who is Head over all things to the church? (a) John the Baptist, (b) Peter, (c) Jesus, (d) Mohammed, (e) a human headquarters. Answer: .

*8* Whose control, then, should the church submit to? Answer: The control of .

*9* What must be done in Jesus' name (by His authority)? Answer: we do.

*10* What happens if we do not abide in the teachings of Jesus? Answer: We do not have .

*11* What does God think of worship that is based on man-made teachings? (a) it is vain, (b) He encourages it, (c) it doesn't matter. Answer: .

*12* What happens if we preach a different gospel? Answer: We are .

*13* Would a church be honoring Jesus as Lord if it follows doctrines or practices not found in the Bible? (yes or no) Answer: .

*14* What did Jesus promise to build? (a) a social club, (b) an entertainment, recreational club, (c) His church, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*15* Did the church exist when Jesus said this? (yes or no) Answer: .

*16* How many churches did Jesus promise to build? (a) one, (b) ten, (c) hundreds. Answer: .

*17* Who was adding people to His body (the church)? (Cf. v38,41.) Answer: The .

*18* Suppose men begin a church at a place and time other than Jerusalem on Pentecost. Would it be Jesus' church? (yes or no) Answer: .

*19* What sin occurred at Corinth? (a) groups were named after men, (b) men were exalted instead of Jesus, (c) division, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*20* Suppose a church teaches some other way for people to be saved. Would it be honoring Jesus as Lord, and would the people who believed the doctrine of that church really be saved? (yes or no) Answer: .

*21* In what activities did these disciples continue steadfastly? (a) the apostles' doctrine, (b) prayer, (c) breaking of bread, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*22* How did the church obtain financial income? (a) raffles & bingo, (b) bake-sales & rummages, (c) collections, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*23* When were the collections taken up? (a) on the seventh day of the week, (b) on the first day of the week, (c) as often as possible. Answer: .

*24* How did the members decide how much to give? Answer: Each one gave according as he had .

*25&26* What do the bread and cup remind us of? Answer: The bread reminds us of Jesus' and the cup reminds us of Jesus' .

*27* May we use bacon and eggs on the Lord's table? (yes or no) Answer: .

*28* When did the disciples break bread? (a) at Easter and Christmas, (b) on the last day of the week, (c) on the first day of the week. Answer: .

*29* How often does the first day of the week occur? Answer: The first day of the week comes (give a number) time each week.

*30* What act of worship is commanded here? Answer: The verse instructs us to and make melody in our hearts to the Lord.

*31* What purpose(s) are accomplished by singing? (a) praising God and teaching others, (b) showing off musical ability, (c) entertainment to draw big crowds, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*32* Since Jesus expressly says to "sing," are we honoring Jesus if we add another kind of music (playing on instruments)? (yes or no) Answer: .

*33* What error should Christians avoid? Answer: We should not forsake the of ourselves together.

*34* Would a church be following Jesus as Lord if it worshipped in ways that are not found in the gospel? (yes or no) Answer: .

*35* What work did the church in Antioch accomplish? Answer: The church assembled so people could be .

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(These questions are for you to ponder. Your answers will help us understand your thinking, however they will not affect your "score.")

*36* What church have you been a member of in the past?

*37* Does that church properly teach people how to be saved from sin as taught in the gospel?

*38* Does that church teach the gospel truth about how to worship God, what the church should be called, etc.?

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