Questions on Select Portions of the Gospels
- By whom did God speak to his people in the early ages of the world? (Heb. 1:1)
- By whom has he spoken to us? (Heb. 1:2)
- Does the Son resemble the Father? (Heb. 1:3)
- By what name was he called, while he dwelled on the earth? (Matt. 1:21)
- What does this name signify?
- From what does Jesus save people, so that he is justly entitled to his name? (Matt. 1:21)
- How many shall he save? (Matt. 1:21)
- Who are his people? (Psalms 2:8)
- Was it for the special purpose of saving all people that God sent his Son into the world? (John 3:17; 1 John 4:14)
- In what terms did the angels announce the birth of this Savior? (Luke 2:10-11)
- What is signified by the word christ?
- What evidence did Jesus exhibit to the Jews, that he was truly a messenger from God? (John 10:37-38; Acts 2:22)
- What is that Revelation called, which was made through the ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ?
- What is the meaning of the word Gospel?
- Would a message of wrath, announcing the endless misery of mankind, be good news?
- What did Jesus bring to light through the Gospel? (2 Tim. 1:10)
- What did he declare should be the condition of people when they should be made immortal? (Luke 20:36)
- Is such a message properly called Gospel? and why?
- How did Jesus illustrate the nature of the Gospel when preaching in the synagogue at Nazareth? (Luke 4:18-21)
- How does the apostle denominate the Gospel in 1 Tim 1:11?
- How does he desbribe it in Eph. 6:15?
- What does he call the Gospel in Acts 20:24?
- Has it a purifying and sanctifying effect on the hearts of disciples? (John 17:17; 1 John 3:3)
- What Book contains a record of those truths which collectively are called the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ?
- How can we attain a knowledge of those truths?
- Is an early knowledge of those truths important to our virtue and happiness in the present life? (2 Tim. 3:14-17)
- Is the time spent in careful study of the Scriptures profitably or unprofitably spent?