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Lesson 3: I am Forgiven and Loved!



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1. To enjoy God I must know

    a) that I have a good chance of going to Heaven.

    b) that all my sins are forgiven and I must know how God feels toward me now.

2. In the Old Testament sacrifices, God was teaching His people that

    a) sin was so terrible that something had to die for their sins.

    b) sin was really not so bad.

3. When a lamb died, it was

    a) just a bloody sacrifice.

    b) a "picture" of how Jesus would one day die for our sins.

4. What do we mean when we say that Jesus is "the Lamb of God"?

    a) We mean that He is as sweet and gentle as a lamb.

    b) We mean that He is the perfect sacrifice for the sins of all people.

5. Did Jesus finish the work He came to do?

    a) No, not yet.

    b) Yes, He finished it perfectly.

6. God forgives us of all our sins

    a) because of what Christ has done for us.

    b) because of what we do for Him.

7. "Remission of sins" means that God forgives

    a) all the sins I have confessed.

    b) all my sins — past, present, and future.

8. When I sin after I am saved, sin breaks

    a) my fellowship with God; I lose my joy.

    b) my relationship with God; I am no longer His child.

9. When the prodigal son returned home, his father

    a) was unhappy with him because of what he had done.

    b) ran to meet him, hugged and kissed him.

10. If I have taken Christ as my Savior,

    a) God has forgiven me but He is still unhappy with me because of my sins.

    b) God has forgiven me of all my sins and He loves me with all His heart right now.

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