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Lesson 2: Noah




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1. Where is the source of sin?

    a) In the depths of man’s heart.

    b) In the wickedness of man’s deeds.

2. What made it possible for Noah to live a godly life in the midst of wickedness?

    a) His personal integrity.

    b) God's grace.

3. Which relationship describes the closest possible communion with God?

    a) Walking after God.

    b) Walking before God.

    c) Walking with God.

4. Basically, faith is acting on what God says.

    a) True.

    b) False.

5. Our primary task in life is

    a) to save our generation.

    b) to witness to our generation.

6. Noah and his family were saved from the flood because of

    a) his ability to build the ark.

    b) his obedience to God.

7. When Noah built an altar to God after the flood was over, he was demonstrating that his first concern was to give God the honour that was due to His Name.

    a) True.

    b) False.

8. What did God do to ratify His covenant with Noah?

    a) He provided a new Garden of Eden for Noah’s family.

    b) He produced a rainbow.

9. What did Noah’s drunkenness show?

    a) That man’s tendency to evil had not been swept away by the Flood.

    b) That he loved alcohol.

10. When we accomplish something for God we are insulated from the power of temptation.

    a) True.

    b) False.

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