Lesson 9 – An ‘End’ and a ‘New’

When reading the Bible from start to finish, one is encouraged by the good ending of the kingdom of God in the face of Jesus Christ and the promise of eternal life to all who believe in Him!

Through prophet Isaiah God declared “an end” and “a new”. What did He refer to? What was the old and what is the new?

Additional Reading

Beloved Faith Maker Chapters 12 and 13.

Living Lesson 9 Homework Project

1. Please read, or listen to, Chapters 12 and 13 of Beloved Faith Maker, the Believer’s Manual.

2. Answer the Glory to Glory Q&A at the end of Chapter 13.

a)  Do the LAUGH assessment.  If you have done this assessment before, do it again, right now, with the new knowledge and awareness that you have gained up to now since starting this course.

b)    Has the way that you view things, and the way you answered these questions changed since you last did the LAUGH assessment?  If so, describe how it changed.

3.  Are the following statements TRUE or FALSE? Please motivate each of your answers, and back them up with Scriptures.

a) Because Jesus paid the price for my sins, I can do whatever I want.

b) Love is the fulfillment of the law.

c)  Faith without love makes a lot of noise.

d) Milk is for those unskilled in the word of righteousness (needing reassurance that God has reconciled them with Him through the blood and offering of Jesus Christ), and solid food is for the mature who have their powers of discernment trained to distinguish good from evil.

e) The Kingdom of God is in us

f)  The Holy Spirit prays and intercedes for us according to the will of God

g) Father God gives the Holy Spirit to anyone who asks Him

h) Everything is lawful, but not everything builds up, is helpful or is beneficial

i)  Children of God is led by the Spirit of God

j)  When walking in the Spirit, you will not gratify the desires of the flesh