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Please take a few moments to read the scriptures shown and answer the questions from the recent sermon. Contact us by email (office@schraderlane.org) if you have questions or would like to discuss further. 

 

Robert Gardenhire, Minister

Questions from Recent Sermon:

“Perspectives on Seeing the Death of Saints”

September 26, 2021

1.  Some of the perspectives through which we see death of the saints are: 

   a. Faith focused, with Respect for God’s Will – JN 11:21, 22, 32, James 4:15

   b. Future focused, with Anticipation of Resurrection – JN 11:24, I Thes. 4:13-18

   c. Self focused, desiring divine intervention because of our sorrow - JN 11:29-33

   d. Heavenly focused, imagining and desiring to be with The Lord –  (Phl. 1:21-25)

   e. None of the above. We don’t see saints die – (PS 37:28) 

   f. a, b, c and d

2.  The death of saints is “precious” from Heaven’s perspective (PS 116:15). How is this exhibited?

   a. Heaven is burdened for the bereaved. – JN 11:33-35

   b. God loves the saints who die. – JN 11:36-38

   c. God’s is not divinely involved.  - RM 14:7, 8

   d. God blesses the dead who die in the Lord. (Rev. 13:4) 

   e. None of the above

   f. All but c

   g. All the above

   

Please read the scriptures to confirm answers. Please contact the church office by phone (615-329-0950) or by email (ofice@schraderlane.org) to request answers to these questions, prayer, personal bible studies or other information.  Answers to previous questions are shown below.

Questions and Answers from Recent Sermons Regarding “God Cares”

1. God’s care for us is shown by the fact that:

   a. He Strengthens Us In All Things (Phl. 4:13)

   b. He Fights Our Battles  (I JN 4:4) 

   c. He Forgives When We Confess Our Sins (I JN 1:9)

   d. He Provides Ways of Escape from Sinning (I Cor. 10:13)

   e. He Chastises Us as Sons (Heb. 12:5)

   f. a and b only

   g. a-e only

Answer: A-E. Each of these scriptures demonstrates God’s care for us.

2. God cares for us – loves us, as demonstrated by:

   a. His grace and mercy (II Cor. 12:8; I Tim. 1:13)

   b. His grace and wrath (PS 111:14; PS 177:9)

   c. His grace and spirit (I Peter 2:3; John 4:24)

   d. All the above

Answer: A – His grace and mercy.

 

3. Some of the reasons that God allows us to experience troubles are: 

   a. To Grow in Patience (James 1:1-4)

   b. To Strengthen Us (II Cor. 12:7-10)

   c. To “See” Him In Our Lives (Job 42:5)

   d. To Cause Good for Us and Others (Gen. 45:4-8)

   e. To Correct Us (Heb. 12:5)

   f. All the above

   g. None of the above

   h. c and d only

 Answer: F – God truly causes all things to work together for our good (RM 8:28)