Worksheet #1 (112-1) (Part 1 & 2)Standards of Christian Faith

By Kathy L McFarland

1. What are the standards of Christian Faith? (Teachings)
A. Rules of behavior
B. Gives Christians the guidelines to emulate Christ
C. Helps develop righteous behavior
D. All the above

2. Who assists Baptized Christians in walking according to the standards of Scripture? (Teachings)

A. LORD God
B. Lord Jesus Christ
C. Holy Spirit
D. Believers in Christ

3. What type of path should Christians walk to assure their behavior is according to Christ’s expectations? (Teachings, Matthew 7:14)

A. Narrow
B. Wide
C. Long
D. Short

4. (Fill in the blank) ____________________ is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things __________ ____________ (Hebrews 11:1).

A. Faith, seen
B. Faith, NOT seen
C. Forgiveness, seen
D. Forgiveness, NOT seen

5. (Fill in the blank) These all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off, and were _______________ of them, and ________________ them, and ____________ that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth (Hebrews 11:13).

A. Amazed, awed, respectful
B. Overcome, burdened, yoked
C. Persuaded, embraced, confessed
D. None of the above

6. What is remembrance of something that has already happened? (Teachings)

A. Old Testament
B. Faith
C. History
D. All the above

7. What is a Christian’s faith? (Hebrews 11:1)

A. Hope that the LORD God said in His Word will all come to pass
B. Certainty that the LORD God said in His Word will all come to pass
C. Blindness of what the LORD God said in His Word will all come to pass
D. Proof of what the LORD God said in His Word will all come to pass

8. (True or False) Either the Word of God is evidence of things we cannot see as it reflects God’s full Truth, or it is error that gives victory to the devil. (Hebrews 11:1)

A. True
B. False

9. (True or False) Hebrews 11:13 gives Christians the full standard of faith.

A. True
B. False

10. (Fill in the blank) Christians must be _________________ to the promises of the LORD God, _____________________ them, and __________________ them. (Hebrews 11:13)

A. Persuaded, embrace, confess
B. Memorized, symbolized, and historicized
C. Attached, memorized, learn
D. None of the above

11. What does the Greek word σκολιός (skolios) “untoward” mean that is found in Acts 2:40?

A. Unscrupulous
B. Corrupt
C. Morally crooked
D. All the above

12. What does the LORD God promise that called Christians can do about their sins? (Acts 2:38-40)

A. They can forget them
B. They can sacrifice worship for them
C. They can repent of them
D. They can be re-baptized

13. What does the LORD God promise that can happen to called Christians after repentance? (Acts 2:38-40)

A. Baptism
B. Confirmation
C. Communion
D. Restoration

14. What extra help comes to comfort and guide called, Baptized Christians? (Acts 2:38-40)

A. Church chosen specifically for them
B. Kind Christian teachers that help them become mature
C. Money flowing as manna from God Himself
D. The Holy Spirit

15. What ability does the LORD God’s promise to give called, Baptized Christians with the troubles of the worldly generation that are immoral, corrupt, and crooked surround them? (Acts 2:38-40)

A. Power to overlook
B. Ability to separate your presence from the world
C. To cause your enemies to die
D. To let you dance in their presence

16. What is the LORD God’s promise concerning works saved Christians do in His name? (Hebrews 6:9-12)

A. There are no promises about works
B. He will NOT forget your works and labors of love that you do in His name
C. Only those directed by the Bishop can be counted as official works for the LORD God
D. Works outside of church are vanity

17. What are the LORD God’s promises to righteously keep for those with faith and patience? (Hebrews 6:9-12)

A. Full assurance
B. Diligence
C. Hope
D. All the above

18. (Fill in the blank) You are the ______________ of the living God. (2 Corinthians 6:16)

A. Temple
B. Ark
C. Tabernacle
D. All the above

19. (Fill in the blank) The LORD God will ________________ in you. (2 Corinthians 6:16)

A. Supervise
B. Remove you
C. Dwell
D. Dance

20. (Fill in the blank) The LORD God will _________________in you. (2 Corinthians 6:16)

A. Run
B. Walk
C. Dance
D. Sing

21. (Fill in the blank) The LORD God will be your ________________. (2 Corinthians 6:16)

A. Savior
B. Spirit
C. God
D. Friend

22. (Fill in the blank) You shall be part of the LORD God’s _________________. (2 Corinthians 6:16)

A. Club
B. Army
C. Clique
D. People

23. (Fill in the blank) The LORD God will receive you if you separate yourself from the _____________________. (2 Corinthians 6:17)

A. Cults
B. Unclean things of the world
C. All things of the world
D. All people of the world

24. (Fill in the blank) The LORD God will be a __________________. (2 Corinthians 6:17)

A. Father
B. Friend
C. Buddy
D. Lucky Lottery Guru

25. (Fill in the blank) You will be a part of the LORD God’s _____________and ____________. (2 Corinthians 6:18)

A. Little Gods, Lords
B. Sons, Daughters
C. Angels, Saints
D. Kings, Queens

26. (Fill in the blank) The LORD God PROMISES to give the Lord Jesus Christ power to _________________. (Luke 5:24)

A. Destroy the Earth
B. Save all people from Hell
C. Forgive sins on Earth
D. All the above

27. (Fill in the Blank) The LORD God promises to all the __________________________ to receive forgiveness and cleansing. (1 John 1:7-10)

A. Allowance for people who are good
B. Allowance for people who are repentant
C. Allowance for people who promise to obey if they receive from Him
D. Allowance for the Blood of Jesus Christ

28. (Fill in the Blank) The LORD God promises to accept those that _________________ and _______________. (1 John 1:7)

A. Walk in the Light, fellowship with other Christians
B. Tithe to the Church, perform dances on the stage to draw more people in
C. Do good and give money to the poor
D. All the above

29. (Fill in the Blank) The LORD God promises to allow ______________ to cleanse His Followers from all unrighteousness. (1 John 1:9)

A. Christ
B. Repentance
C. Spiritual Restoration
D. Good works

30. What doctrine becomes part of all other doctrines that help contribute to Christians becoming righteous? (Romans 4:21-5:2; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. Justification
B. Salvation
C. Works
D. Faith

31. (True or False) The Lord Jesus is NOT the LORD God. (Romans 4:21-5:2; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. True
B. False

32. (True or False) When we have faith, we are saying that we believe all the promises that the LORD God has made to us in the Word of God.

A. True
B. False

33. (True or False) The Trinity members are the LORD God, Lord Jesus Christ, and Holy Spirit. (Romans 4:21-5:2; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. True
B. False

34. (True or False) The Trinity is equal in nature, distinct in Person, and submissive in duties. (Romans 4:21-5:2; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. True
B. False

35. (Match) The Trinity is equal in _____ (1) ______, distinct in _______ (2) _____, and submissive in _______ (3) ____________. (Romans 4:21-5:2; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. Duties
B. Nature
C. Person

36. (Match) (1) Omniscience) (2) Omnipresence (3) Omnipotence

A. Powerful
B. Everywhere
C. Holy

37. (Match) If you uphold the three standards of faith to be _______ (1)_________ of the LORD God’s promises, _______(2)______ them, and _______(3)______ them after seeing them from afar off.

A. Embraced
B. Persuaded
C. Confessed

38. When a Christian has full faith, what will they feel like on the earth? (May be more than one answer)

A. Pilgrims
B. Thorns
C. Strangers
D. All the above

39. What Christ’s Parable in Matthew 13:22 talks about separating from the World?

A. Parable of the Sower
B. Parable of the Talents
C. Parable of the Hidden Pearl
D. Parable of the Prodigal Son

40. How does the world trick the Believers according to Matthew 13:22? (May be more than one answer)

A. Brings the cares of the world to their hearts
B. Tricks them with the deceitfulness of riches
C. Bribes them to live both spiritual and physical lives
D. Challenges them to be good people in the world and outside the church

41. What could result if the whole world of riches is gained? (Matthew 16:26) (Think this one out)

A. Loss of soul
B. Loss of salvation opportunity
C. Loss of Heaven and the New Earth
D. All the above

42. (Small Essay) Describe how it is poor people that so often succumb to the riches of the world. (Matthew 16:26 and Kathy L McFarland teachings)

43. (Small Essay) Why do people that have the riches of the world NOT have a need for God? (Mark 10:23-25, Kathy L McFarland teachings)

44. (Small Essay) Why does the world hate followers of Jesus Christ? (John 15:17-19)

45. What does the mercy of the LORD God ALLOW you to do?

A. Be a living sacrifice
B. Give yourself fully
C. Yield to His control
D. All the above

46. What are the six standards listed in Romans 12:1-3 used for by the LORD God and Christians?

A. To measure how much reward to give to the Believer
B. To measure how much punishment to give to the Believer
C. To measure how much faith to give to the Believer
D. To measure how much glory to give to the Believer

47. What are the first three standards called in Romans 12:1-3?

A. Reasonable Service
B. Exceptional Service
C. Faithful Service
D. None of the above

48. Who measures the six standards of living sacrifice of a Christian to determine how much faith to give? (Romans 12:1-3)

A. The LORD God
B. The Lord Jesus Christ
C. The Holy Spirit
D. All the above

49. (True or False) Giving the LORD God full control over your being is part of the living sacrifice and will produce holiness in you. (Romans 12:1-3)

A. True
B. False

50. (True or False) Reasonable Service means that a reward or notice will be given by God for holiness for doing His will. (Romans 12:1-3)

A. True
B. False

51. (True or False) Reasonable Service means the LORD God does NOT necessarily expect Believers to seek His will deeply to live as He wants, rather than follow their own heart. (Romans 12:1-3)

A. True
B. False

52. (True or False) It is acceptable for a Believer to take credit for holiness since it is based on his living sacrifice to the LORD God. (Romans 12:1-3)

A. True
B. False

53. What three measures fall under the Reasonable Service standard that receives rewards from God? (Romans 12:1-3)

A. A measure of their giving themselves to the LORD God as a living sacrifice
B. A measure of how holy a Believer develops
C. A measure of how acceptable a Believer is to the LORD God
D. A measure of how non-conforming to this world a Believer exists
E. A measure of how much a Believer transforms through renewal of mind
F. A measure to be able to prove what is good, acceptable, perfect will of the LORD God

54. What three standards of faith DO NOT fall under the Reasonable Service standard, that will be rewarded by the LORD God with additional faith? (Romans 12:1-3)

A. A measure of their giving themselves to the LORD God as a living sacrifice
B. A measure of how holy a Believer develops
C. A measure of how acceptable a Believer is to the LORD God
D. A measure of how non-conforming to this world a Believer exists
E. A measure of how much a Believer transforms through renewal of mind
F. A measure to be able to prove what is good, acceptable, perfect will of the LORD God

55. (True or False) When a Believer is given higher-level faith, then confidence can be assured the Believer has the adequate amount of spirituality to handle the faith award or increase perfectly! (Romans 12:1-3; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. True
B. False

56. (True or False) It should be the goal of the Church, Christian leaders, Pastors, Counselors, Teachers, Chaplains, Parents, and Mentors to help develop the six-steps of standards of faith to prepare Believers to receive the granting of more faith from the LORD God. (Romans 12:1-3; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. True
B. False

57. (True or False) Being a Living Sacrifice is NOT your faith! (Romans 12:1-3; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. True
B. False

58. (True or False) Being a Living Sacrifice is NOT your works! (Romans 12:1-3; Kathy L McFarland teachings)

A. True
B. False

59. (Fill in the Blank) So then faith cometh by _________________, and _______________ by the word of God. (Romans 10:17)

A. Hearing; hearing
B. Good works; good works
C. Holiness; holiness
D. Holy Spirit; Holy Spirit

60. (True or False) It is the human sense of feeling that faith is delivered by the Word of God. (Romans 10:17)

A. True
B. False

61. (True or False) A Believer must hear the Word of God to develop the six standards of faith and spiritual growth. (Romans 10:17)

A. True
B. False

62. (True or False) Scripture is the Word of God. (John 1:1-3)

A. True
B. False

63. (True or False) If an unbeliever is unable to hear and understand God’s Word, then that is a person that DOES NOT have faith given by the LORD God. (Romans 10:17)

A. True
B. False