Lesson Three

1. Jesus did not come to make people religious; He came to deliver __________ (John 1:17).

2. God is not the author of __________ (1 Corinthians 14:33).

3. "There is a way which seemeth __________ unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of __________" (Proverbs 14:12).

4. "But the Lord is in His holy temple, let all the __________ keep __________ before Him" (Habakkuk 2:20).

5. Noah was a preacher of righteousness, yet only __________ people were saved from the flood (2Peter 2:5).

6. When the Lord appealed to the people of Jeremiah's day to walk in the "old paths," their answer was "_______ ________ _______ ________ __________" (Jeremiah 6:16).

7. Of the Jews of Jesus' day, it is said; "And ye ________ ________ come to me, that ye might have ________" (John 5:40).

8. Excuses keep us from doing what is __________, while at the same time making us feel __________.

9. Christianity had its beginning on this earth in the city of __________.

10. Christianity is a __________ religion for ________ men in every ________ on the earth.  It is neither western or eastern.

11. Paul said the Jews had a zeal of God, but not according to (feelings) (civil law) (knowledge) (Romans 10:2).

12. The Jews had gone about to establish their own (righteousness) (excuses) (cities) (Romans 10:3).

13. The "power of God unto salvation" is the (works of men) (gospel of Christ) (opinions of clergy) (Romans 1:16).

14. Jesus said (truth) (error) (philosophy) will make men free (John 8:32).

15. It is God's will that all men be (rich) (saved) (healthy) (1 Timothy 2:4).

16. God is to blame for the confusion in the religious world.
True___ False___

17. Man is to blame for the confusion in the religious world.
True___ False___

18. Jesus said, if the blind lead the blind they both will fall into the ditch (Matthew 15:14).  True___ False___

19. Christianity is a "western" religion.  True___ False___

20. God will save men against their will.  True___ False___

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