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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. Answers will be provided the following week. Enjoy being engaged in studying God’s word.

 

Robert Gardenhire, Minister

Questions from  March 8: A.M. Sermon:

“Where Is The Good” Matthew 19:10-17

1. When it comes to “good,” Jesus said that there is:

       a. Only one who is good – God

       b. No one who is good

       c. He is good because He came from God

2. When God created the earth and the seas, the animals and birds, He said:

       a. “It is beautiful”

       b. “It is new”

       c. “It is good” 

  

3. According to Romans 8:28, most things work out for good for decent people and for:

       a. Those who are called by God’s name

       b. Those who love God

       c. None of the above

       d. All the above 

 

Answers will be provide in an upcoming “Closer Look.” Please read the scripture to confirm answers. Please contact the church office by phone (615-329-0950) or by email (ofice@schraderlane.org) to request prayer, personal bible studies or other information.

 

 

 Answers to A.M. Sermon 2/27/20:

Servants of the Church” Romans 16:1-3 (Romans 16:1-3), Hebrews 13: 7, 17, Col. 1:18, Acts 20:17-28

 

 

1. Phoebe was described as:

       a. A servant of the church

       b. A member of the church

       c. An official of the church 

Answer: (a) A Servant of the Church – the local church at Cenchrea. As such, she was under the oversight of the local leaders. Every Christian is to be overseen. Those who fail to be consistently a member of a congregation, lack this part of the New Testament model. 

 

2. Phoebe’s relationship with the church was with

       a. The universal church

       b. The church at large, with no particular congregation

       c. The church at Cenchrea, a specific church

Answer: (c) Since elders serve only their local congregation, members are overseen in local congregations. Otherwise they are not overseen at all. 

  

3. The New Testament pattern for elders is that they:  

       a. Oversee local congregations, rather than multiple churches (Titus 1:5)

       b. Oversee the flock (Acts 20:28) rather than a diocese or district of multiple churches

       c. Watch for the souls of members (Hebrews 13:17), and must give an account

       d. All the above

Answer: (d) Each of the answers together, describe the pattern for elders in terms of who they oversee.

Answers will be provide in an upcoming “Closer Look.” Please read the scripture to confirm answers. Please contact the church office by phone (615-329-0950) or by email (ofice@schraderlane.org) to request prayer, personal bible studies or other information.

 

 

 

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