Sermon Summary

1) What does the faith that justifies entail? Romans 3:30
a. Faith in oneself
b. Faith in good deeds
c. Faith in God's righteousness
d. Faith in worldly standards

2) How is the sanctuary described in the sermon? Jeremiah 31:23; Psalm 122:5
a. A place of judgment
b. A dwelling for sinners
c. A habitation of righteousness
d. A throne of guilt

3) Who is prophesied to come from the root of David and bear the iniquities of men? Isaiah 53:11; Jeremiah 23:5-6
a. Moses
b. Isaiah
c. Yeshua
d. Adam

4) How is Yeshua described in relation to sinners? Mark 2:17; Luke 18:14
a. Condemner
b. Redeemer
c. A sinner
d. A judge

5) What did Yeshua accomplish through His one act of righteousness? Romans 5:19; 1 Peter 3:18
a. Condemning sinners
b. Justifying all
c. Establishing a new law
d. Rejecting the Father's righteousness

6) According to the sermon, what did Yeshua's resurrection prove? John 16:10; Acts 24:15
a. His divinity
b. His guiltiness
c. His righteousness
d. His defeat

7) How does the believer leave the eternal prison, the universe, according to the sermon? Romans 8:1-2; James 4:4
a. Through good deeds
b. By befriending the world
c. Receiving the redemption of Yeshua
d. By denying God's righteousness

8) What is the Christian instructed to do in order to be saved from the burning universe on the last day? 2 Peter 2:5-6; 1 John 2:15-17
a. Befriend the world
b. Cling to the righteous of Jesus
c. Live a lawless life
d. Reject Yeshua's blood

9) The Law has nothing to condemn for the one who receives the blood of Yeshua. (True/False)



1.c, 2.c, 3.c, 4.b, 5.b, 6.c, 7.c, 8.b, 9.True