3. Name six expressions in Chapters 1 and 2 that indicate Luke’s occupation.
4. Record three expressions, and by whom spoken, in first three chapters, that manifest that God’s salvation is for all people.
5. Name contents peculiar to Luke in Chapters 10, 14, 15, 19 and 23 that manifest God’s salvation as world wide and for the lowest.
VII. Questions on John:
1. Name the phrase in Chapter 1 that describes the Lord’s birth.
2. Name the “I am’s” of Christ in Chapters 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, and give reason why possibly John alone of the four records them.
3. State the purpose of this gospel. See 20:30, 31.
4. Underline the words “sign,” “believe,” “life” (live), in Chapters 1 to 6.
5. Note the “signs” mentioned in first four chapters and the results.
6. Name the four witnesses to Christ’s divinity mentioned by Him in the closing paragraph of Chapter 5.
VIII. Leading Chapters:
1. Genealogy and Birth of the King.
5 to 7. The Sermon on the Mount; or, The Principles of the Kingdom.
13. The Eight Parables of the Kingdom.
25. The Judgment of the King.
1. A Busy Sabbath in Our Lord’s Life.
2. The Birth and Boyhood of Jesus.
3. The Genealogy of Jesus.
14. The Three Parables of Hospitality.
15. The Three Parables of Lost and Found.
3. The New Birth.
16. The Holy Spirit.
17. Christ’s Intercessory Prayer.
THE KINGDOM CONQUERING THE WORLD
Paul’s Epistles Page
Outline for Study of Epistles Page
I Thessalonians Page
I Corinthians Page
II Timothy Page
The General Epistles Page
Questions on the Book of James Page
Studies in I and II Peter Page
I John Page
2. Number of books written by him.
3. Three reasons for his fitness to write this book:
(a) A Gentile.
(b) Devoted to Christ as the World’s Savior.
(c) A companion of Paul during a portion of his missionary journeys.