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Character by Character, Series 4

Lesson 11: Philemon




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1. Who are ‘fellow workers’ in the Gospel?

    a) People who travel on missionary journeys.

    b) Christians trusted with the task of nurturing others in the faith.

2. Where was Paul when he wrote his letter to Philemon?

    a) In prison in Rome.

    b) In a home in Ephesus.

3. Where did Philemon live?

    a) Corinth.

    b) Rome.

    c) Colosse.

4. What convinced Paul that he could safely appeal to Philemon, rather than command?

    a) Philemon was trustworthy.

    b) Philemon had love and faith towards Jesus Christ and his fellow believers.

5. What refreshed all the Christians with whom Philemon came in contact?

    a) His benevolence.

    b) His generosity.

6. This letter was addressed solely to Philemon.

    a) True.

    b) False.

7. Who was Philemon’s runaway slave?

    a) Onesimus.

    b) Epaphras.

8. What had happened to the runaway slave when he was in Rome?

    a) He was put in prison.

    b) He became a believer through Paul’s ministry.

9. What did Paul ask Philemon to prepare for him on his next visit?

    a) A guest room.

    b) A special meal.

10. What is perhaps the greatest lesson we can draw from Philemon’s life?

    a) Dependability.

    b) Generosity.

    c) Approachability.

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