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Studying to Know God's Word

Lesson 2 - God's Law for Us

Instructions: Study each passage of Scripture thoroughtly, the answer each question. Text input boxes will hold up to 100 characters for your answer.


  1. Exodus 34:27-28, Deuteronomy 4:12-13, 5:1-3
    1. What nation received God's statutes and Judgments?
    2. Was the covenant God made with Israel the Ten Commandments?
      Yes No
    3. Was the Law (including the Ten Commandments) given to any other nation?
      Yes No
  2. Ephesians 2:11-15
    1. Were the Gentiles without Christ, aliens from Israel, strangers from the covenant, without hope and without God in the world?
      Yes No
    2. What did Jesus do to the law of commandments so the Gentines and Israel could be made into one man (people), thus making peace?
    3. What does abolish mean to you?
  3. Hebrews 8:6-9
    1. Is the new covenant better than the old covenant?
      Yes No
    2. Did God replace the first covenant?
      Yes No
    3. If the new law is better, would you want to follow the old law?
      Yes No
  4. Exodus 20:17, Romans 7:6-7
    1. Is "Thou shall not covet" one of the Ten Commandments?
      Yes No
    2. Have we been "delivered" (released) from the Old Testament Law?
      Yes No
  5. Hebrews 10:9-10
    1. Did Christ say He came to do the will of God?
      Yes No
    2. In establishing the second law, what did Christ do with the first law?
  6. Colossians 2:14, II Corinthians 3:7
    1. Did Jesus take the Old Testament away, nailing it to His Cross?
      Yes No
    2. Did this include the Ten Commandments?
      Yes No
  7. Luke 24:44, Acts 3:18, Romans 10:4
    1. Are the Psalms, Law of Moses, and the Prophets all part of the Old Testament (Old Law)?
      Yes No
    2. Did Jesus not fulfill all that was written?
      Yes No
    3. Is Christ the end of the Law?
      Yes No
  8. Hebrews 1:1-2
    1. Does God speak to us through the Prophets now?
      Yes No
  9. Matthew 17:1-5
    1. Is it your understanding that Christ, not Moses or the Prophets, is the one to hear now?
      Yes No
  10. Galatians 3:22-26
    1. The law was our to lead/bring us to Christ.
    2. Now that has come, we are no longer under a .
  11. Romans 15:4
    1. What is the function of the Old Testament for us today?
    2. Should we read and study the Old Testament even though it's not binding on us?
      Yes No
  12. Romans 3:23
    1. Does the Bible say that all have sinned?
      Yes No
    2. Does this Scripture include you/me?
      Yes No
  13. Isaiah 59:1-2
    1. What separates man from God?
    2. Do your sins separate you from God?
      Yes No
    3. Did Jesus suffer and die for your sins?
      Yes No
  14. I John 1:8, I John 3:4
    1. Does the Bible teach that not all people have sinned?
      Yes No
    2. Is sin a "transgression" (violation) of God's Law?
      Yes No
  15. Romans 6:23
    1. What are the wages of sin?
    2. If man does not find a way to be cleansed from sin, will he be able to have eternal life?
      Yes No
  16. II Peter 3:9
    1. Does the Lord want an to perish?
      Yes No
  17. Romans 5:8
    1. How much does God love us?
  18. John 3:16
    1. Was it because of the love of God that Jesus was sent so that we might have life?
      Yes No
  19. John 12:48, I Corinthians 14:37
    1. Will the words of Jesus judge you in the last day?
      Yes No
    2. Are the words of Jesus found in the New Testament?
      Yes No
    3. Do Paul's writings consist of the commandments of the Lord?
      Yes No
  20. John 14:6
    1. Are there many ways to go to heaven?
      Yes No
    2. What is the only way to come to the Father and enter Heaven?
  21. John 14:1-4
    1. Does Jesus want you to believe in Him?
      Yes No
    2. Does Jesus promise to prepare a place for you in Heaven if you follow him?
      Yes No


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