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Majoring in Life


UB David + I'll B Jonathan, Inc.


Majoring in Life

Lesson 22: The Temptation to be “Large and In Charge”

(A positive take on submission)



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(Select the best answer for each question)

1. The author says that one of the main motivations for getting really rich is…

    a) so we can buy whatever we want.

    b) so we will never have to do what anyone else says again.

    c) so we can quit working.

2. Wanting to be “large and in charge” is closely related to a desire to be God.

    a) True.

    b) False.

3. Matthew records the story of this person who understood submission in an encounter with Jesus.

    a) Roman soldier.

    b) Galilean fisherman.

    c) Jewish religious leader.

4. True submission sees Jesus as ultimately in charge.

    a) True.

    b) False.

5. Submission means that we should never be bold in proposing ideas.

    a) True.

    b) False.

6. Ephesians chapters 1, 5 and 6 contain examples of…

    a) a godly attitude towards government.

    b) humble service in missions.

    c) God-ordained chains of command.

7. What does the author define as “outward obedience mixed with inward rebellion”?

    a) Submission.

    b) Subservience.

    c) Subjugation.

8. When an authority asks you to do something that doesn’t make sense you should…

    a) ask for an explanation.

    b) offer an alternative suggestion.

    c) appeal to a higher authority.

    d) none of the above.

    e) any of the above.

9. In cases where you don’t agree with the authority, and your alternatives have failed, you should still submit, trusting God to overrule if he sees fit.

    a) True.

    b) False.

10. Which Bible passage tells us God resists the proud and unsubmissive?

    a) Matthew 26:36-46.

    b) Philippians 2:8-9.

    c) James 4:6-7.

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