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Question 21
A
prostitution
B
idolatrous practices
C
religious practices
D
adultry
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Correct option: B
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Question 22
A
vindictive
B
abusive
C
oppressive
D
destructive
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Correct option: C
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Question 23
A
knew their hearts and were right with him
B
was not interested in their sacrifices
C
who called them is holy
D
was searching their sinful hearts
Explanation

If someone called you "holy" would you consider it to be a compliment? It would probably depend on two things. First, it would depend on whether another word was attached to the word holy, such as, "a holy roller" or "holier than thou" or a "Holy Joe". In these cases the term would be considered derisive . . .a negative connotation. And secondly it would depend on the person's definition of holiness. In the mind of many, "holy" means; narrow-minded, uptight, judgmental, detached, Victorian and other negative words. In this case being called holy would not be a compliment. But if you were called holy in the Biblical sense, it would be a great compliment . . . one we might be very uncomfortable with.

Of all the attributes of God . . . holiness is the one that seems to take center stage. Most of you know that in the Hebrew language to repeat a word is to emphasize it. For example if you said a stone was big it would mean one thing. If you said the stone was big big . . . you would mean it was a really big stone. If it was big, big, big, it would mean that it was a gigantic boulder.

In Isaiah 6 and in Revelation 4 the angels declare that God is "holy, holy, holy". This is the only attribute of God that is emphasized in this way. God is never called "Love, love, love," or "mercy, mercy, mercy". Therefore, if we want to know God we must understand the idea of God's holiness.

isaiah 6:1-8.


Correct option: C
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Question 24
A
were a people of foreign speech
B
had forsaken His law
C
were of a stubborn heart
D
had not truly repented
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Correct option: C
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Question 25
A
proclaim liberty to the captives
B
proclaim victory over Israel's enemies
C
be a watchman over Israel
D
destroy and overthrow nations
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Correct option: A
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Question 26
A
last supper
B
garden of Gethsemane
C
call of the disciples
D
transfiguration
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Correct option: C
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Question 27
A
servants were astonished
B
disciples believed more in Him
C
master of ceremony believed
D
people glorified God
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Correct option: D
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Question 28
A
stay with them
B
visit them always
C
go away from them
D
heal their sick
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Correct option: C
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Question 29
A
every believer ought to rejoice with those who rejoice
B
no person can hide from God
C
God's love is unlimited
D
there is joy in heaven over a sinner who repents
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Correct option: D
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Question 30
A
be prepared for persecution
B
tell no one what they had seen
C
have no hands in His betrayal
D
go to the Gentiles immediately
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Correct option: B

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