UB David + I'll B Jonathan, Inc.

under a special agreement with

this lesson is written by The Mailbox Club International

presents "The Way to Heaven"


UB David + I'll B Jonathan, Inc.

under a special agreement with

The Mailbox Club presents

The Way to Heaven

Lesson 8: What Must I Do to be Saved? (part 2)



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1. Jesus said, "There is joy in the presence of the angels of God over…

    a) one sinner that repents."

    b) every new vaccine that is discovered."

2. The moment we repent and accept that Jesus is the Son of God who died for our sins

    a) we start living a life without sin or trouble.

    b) we are "born again" and enter the family of God.

3. No one is ever saved until

    a) they begin to live a perfect life.

    b) they see that they are sinners in need of a Savior.

4. Two things that are like two sides of the same coin are

    a) repentance and saving faith.

    b) repentance and hard work.

5. The lesson talked about five wonderful steps on the way to heaven. The first two were:

    a) I have sinned and God loves me.

    b) I must go to church and pray three times each day.

6. When the Bible says that God "loves the world" this means that

    a) God loves those who do the best they can.

    b) God loves YOU and wants YOU to know and love Him.

7. The third step on the way to Heaven is

    a) to give up everything that is fun, and to give all one's money to the church.

    b) that Christ died for me even while I was still a sinner.

8. You receive Jesus in step four which says "I receive Him" by

    a) signing a paper.

    b) inviting Jesus into my heart.

    c) being baptized.

9. You "have everlasting life" according to step five by

    a) believing special books of theology.

    b) believing that Jesus died for your sins and accepting Him as your Savior.

10. When the Bible says "Behold now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation" this means

    a) we should not delay, since we do not know that we have tomorrow.

    b) we should think about it but know there is another chance after death.

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