Baptism, God’s Church, Spirit of Prophecy and Prayer-From Bible Studies Made Easy


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Baptism

John 3:5 —————————————- How essential is baptism?

Ephesians 4:5 —- How many types of baptism does God recognize?

Matthew 3:13-17 —————————— How was Jesus baptized?

John 3:23 ———————————– Why did John baptize there?

Acts 8:38 ———————— How did Philip baptize the Ethiopian?

Matthew 28:19, 20 ———————– What must precede baptism?

Mark 16:16 ———————————– What else must take place?

Acts 2:37, 38, 41 ——————————– What must follow belief?

Romans 6:3-6 —————————- What does baptism symbolize?

Galatians 2:20 ————————————— Who now lives in us?

Galatians 3:26-29 ————————- What are we declared to be?

2 Corinthians 6:2 ————————- When should we be baptized?

Acts 19:1-5 —————– For what reason might one be rebaptized?

Acts 22:16 —————————————- What should one not do?

The True Church

Ephesians 4:4-6 ——- How many bodies does God recognize as His?

Ephesians 1:22, 23 ————————————- What is this body?

Revelation 12:1, 2 — What symbol is used to portray God’s church?

Jeremiah 6:2 ———————————- What is Zion compared to?

Isaiah 51:16 —————————————————- Who is Zion?

Revelation 17:1-5 —— To what are the corrupt churches compared?

Revelation 12:3, 9 ———- Who is this beast which carries Babylon?

Revelation 12:13 ———————– Whom does the devil persecute?

Revelation 12:14-16 ——— How long did the church go into hiding?

NOTE: For more information on the “1260 days” (vs. 6) and “time,

and times, and half a time” (vs. 14) being the 1260 years of

persecution from 538 to 1798, see the study on “The 1260 Years of

Persecution.

Revelation 12:17 — How is the last day, remnant church identified?

Revelation 19:10 ———————— What is the testimony of Jesus?

NOTE: Several identifying marks of the remnant, or true church: 1.

To keep all of the commandments of God; including the fourth, or the

seventh day Sabbath (Rev. 12:17, 14:12). 2. To have the faith of Jesus

(Rev. 14:12). 3. To have the testimony of Jesus, which is the spirit of

prophecy (Rev. 12:17). 4. To arise after the 1260 years of persecution,

or after 1798 (Rev. 12:14). 5. To proclaim the three angels’ messages

(Rev. 14:6-12). 6. To be a world-wide movement (Rev. 14:6). 7. To

base all of their beliefs upon the Bible and the Bible alone (John

14:23-24, Rev. 22:18-19). 8. To identify and oppose the antichrist. 9.

Not to be an offspring of Babylon (Rev. 17:5. 10. To call God’s people

out of Babylon (Rev. 18:4).

Revelation 18:1-5 ————— What is God’s last call to His people?

John 10:16 ———————————— Where are they to come to?

John 10:27 ————————— What does Jesus say His sheep do?

John 10:28 ———— What is His promise to those who follow Him?

The Spirit of Prophecy

Revelation 12:17 —– What two things identify the remnant church?

Revelation 19:10 ———————— What is the testimony of Jesus?

Amos 3:7 —————————– What is the purpose of a prophet?

NOTE: Three common misconceptions are: 1. To be a prophet one had

to write a book of the Bible. Such a fallacy as this is easily refuted by

such well known prophets as Elijah, John the Baptist, and dozens of

others who did not write any of the Bible. 2. That the gift of prophecy

ended with the death of the last of the apostles and the close of the New

Testament. 3. That the prophetic gift was given to men only.

Ephesians 4:11-13 ———- How long is this gift to be in the church?

Was this gift bestowed upon men only?

Exodus 15:20 ————————————– What is Miriam called?

Judges 4:4 ——————– In addition to Judge what was Deborah?

2 Chronicles 34:22 —– Was the gift given to Hulda or her husband?

Acts 21:9 ————— How many of Philip’s daughters had the gift?

Joel 2:28-31 ———————- Will this still happen in the last days?

Matthew 7:15-20 ———– How can one tell the true from the false?

Jeremiah 28:9 ————————- Will what they say come to pass?

2 Peter 1:20 — Do they place their own interpretation on Scripture?

Isaiah 8:20 ———– Will all they say be in harmony with the Bible?

Isaiah 58:1 —————————————– Will they point out sin?

1 Corinthians 14:3, 4 ———————- Will they edify and counsel?

Isaiah 24:20 ——————————– Will they warn of judgment?

Deuteronomy 18:18-22 ————– What if we reject a true prophet?

2 Chronicles 20:20 ——————— What is God’s assurance to us?

1 Thessalonians 5:19-21 —————– What are we counseled to do?

Prayer

Philippians 4:6 ———————————– What are we told to do?

Luke 18:1 ————————————– How often are we to pray?

John 16:23 —————————————– Who are we to pray to?

Matthew 6:7 ———————— What should we not use in prayer?

Matthew 6:9-13 ———– Did Jesus give an example of how to pray?

Matthew 7:7-11 ————————— What does He promise to do?

Mark 11:24 ————- What must we do for prayer to be answered?

James 1:5-7 —————————————- How essential is faith?

Matthew 26:39, 42 —————— Whose will should we be seeking?

1 John 5:14, 15 —————————- What assurance do we have?

James 4:3 ———————— Why are some prayers not answered?

Psalm 66:18 — Does anything prevent God from hearing your prayer?

Isaiah 59:1, 2 ——————————————– What does sin do?

2 Chronicles 7:14 —————— What must we do for God to hear?

1 Peter 4:7 ——————– Why is prayer so very important today?

Luke 21:36 ———————————— What should we be doing?

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