All people (believers and non-believers) serve in a new way

 

All people (believers and non-believers) serve in a new way of the Spirit.
True
False

2.Christians will never achieve victory over sin in their own strength.
True
False

3.Because the law is used by the sin nature to increase sin, the law must be bad.
True
False

4.The law is holy, righteous and good.
True
False

5.Paul, before he died, was able to live without sin.
Yes
No

6.Paul admitting he cannot uphold the law concludes that the law must be good.
True
False

7.There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ.
True
False

8.The law is powerless to make anyone righteous.
True
False

9.The sinful mind is hostile to God.
True
False

10.Those controlled by the sinful nature cannot please God.
True
False

11.If a person does not have the Spirit, he does not belong to Christ.
True
False

12.Believers have an obligation to live according to the Spirit.
True
False

13.Present sufferings do not compare with the glory to be revealed.
True
False

14.Believers groan inwardly as they wait for the redemption of their bodies.
True
False

15.For those who have been called according to His (God’s) purpose, God works all things for the good of those who love Him.
True
False

16.For those God foreknew He also predestined to be conformed to the likeness of His son.
True
False

17.Those God predestined will be glorified.
True
False

18.The Spirit intercedes for the saints (all believers) in accordance with God’s will.. 单项选择.(2 分)
True
False

19.Paul tells us that the law produced in him a desire for more sin.  Were the effects of the Law the fault of the Law or something else? Why ?

20.Why can we be certain that God will give us everything necessary for our glorification.

21.A friend of yours comes to you a little frustrated.  She describes her relationship with God; she says, “My relationship with God is good and bad.  I talk to God a lot and ask Him to help me change, but it frustrates me because I feel like I make the same mistakes over and over again no matter how hard I try.  I have seen improvement in the way I live since I have had a relationship with God, but there are certain things that I cannot seem to get right.” 

Answer the following application questions in reference to the above scenario.   

1. Use what you have learned in Romans 7 & 8 to explain to her the source and cause of her struggle? 2. How would you encourage her?

 

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