Week of December 13

December 13: 1 John 1-2

1) What close contact did John have with Jesus, the word of life (see 1:1)?

  1. Heard him
  2. Saw him
  3. Touched him
  4. All of the above

2) How would you evaluate this statement: "Jesus died as a sufficient sacrifice for the sins of only a select few" (see 2:2)?

  1. True
  2. False

December 14: 1 John 3-5

1) How do we know what love is and how can we show it (see 3:16-18)?

2) Why did John say he wrote this first letter (see 5:13)?

  1. To give further instruction about the Mosaic law
  2. To counter criticism from the Judaizers
  3. To give assurance of salvation
  4. None of the above

December 15: 2 John, 3 John, and Jude

1) In John's third letter, who was described as liking to put himself first and not wanting to acknowledge the apostle's authority?

2) According to Jude, what are we to do with "the faith once for all delivered to the saints" (see Jude 1:3)?

  1. Receive it
  2. Reject it
  3. Contend for it
  4. None of the above

December 16: Revelation 1-2

1) How does the book of Revelation bring a blessing (see 1:3)?

  1. By reading it aloud
  2. By hearing it
  3. By keeping it
  4. All of the above

2) Which church had "left its first love" (see 2:1-7)?

December 17: Revelation 3-5

1) What is the focal point of John's vision of heaven in chapter 4?

2) How is the person described who was deemed worthy to take the scroll containing the culmination of world history (see 5:1-10)?

  1. Lion of the tribe of Judah
  2. Root of David
  3. Lamb who was slain
  4. All of the above

December 18: Revelation 6-8

1) How many will be saved during the Great Tribulation (see 7:4-10)?

  1. A group of 144,000 Jews from the various tribes
  2. A great and diverse multitude of Gentiles that no one could number
  3. Both of the above
  4. Neither of the above

2) What is closely identified with the incense burning before the throne of God (see 8:3-4)?

December 19: Discussion Questions

1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?

2) What insights did you gain about God?

3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?

4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?