Worksheet #3 (112-3)Standards of the Lord Jesus Christ

By Kathy L McFarland

115. (True or False) If you follow all the Standards of Christ recorded in the New Testament, you will be following God’s law perfectly. (Introduction)
a. True
b. False

116. (True or False) Christians follow God’s law specifically. (Introduction)

a. True
b. False

117. (True or False) Christians follow the Standards of Christ which reflect the Laws of the LORD God plus more! (Introduction)

a. True
b. False

118. (True or False) Christian leaders should teach the Standards of Christ to all Christians under their authority. (Introduction)

a. True
b. False

119. (True or False) Young Christians should be taught the Standards of Christ at every opportunity. (Introduction)

a. True
b. False

120. (True or False) The Holy Spirit flows through each Christian so they can follow the Standards of Christ. (Introduction)

a. True
b. False

121. (True or False) Mature Christians should focus upon the standards of Christ rather than the Laws of the LORD God. (Introduction)

a. True
b. False

122. (Fill in the blank) Followers of Jesus Christ are the __________________ of the earth. (Matthew 5:13)

a. Righteous
b. Sacrificed
c. Persecuted
d. Salt

123. What is the Greek meaning for the word “earth” in this one instance of Matthew 5:13?

a. Grounded people
b. Secular people of devout faith
c. People of belief
d. Inhabitants of the earth

124. (True or False) Followers of Jesus Christ are the “salt of mankind.” (Matthew 5:13)

a. True
b. False

125. (Fill in the blank) If the salt loses its savour, it is good for _______________. (Matthew 5:13)

a. Seasoning
b. Flavor
c. Nothing
d. Other things

126. (True or False) Followers of Jesus Christ must maintain their saltiness amongst mankind. (Matthew 5:13)

a. True
b. False

127. (Fill in the blank) Once salt has lost its savour, it cannot be made _____________ again. (Matthew 5:13)

a. Real
b. Christian
c. Forgiving
d. Salty

128. (True or False) When salt loses its flavor, it has no value and is useless. (Matthew 5:13)

a. True
b. False

129. (Fill in the blank) If Christians lose the flavor of Christ, their witness has no value and is __________. (Typology)

a. Useless
b. Cultish
c. Evil
d. All the above

130. (Fill in the blank) The “flavor” of Christ is how a Christian ______________ Him. (Matthew 5:13 and teachings)

a. Emulates
b. Serves
c. Follows
d. All the above

131. (True or False) If you keep the Standards of Christ, you will have His savory salt. (Matthew 5:13 and teachings)

a. True
b. False

132. (True or False) Christian witness without Christ is useless to mankind and is fit for a dunghill. (Matthew 5:13 and teachings)

a. True
b. False

133. (Fill in the blank) Mankind will cast out all _________________ witness. (Matthew 5:13 and teachings)
a. Christ
b. Worthless
c. Emotional
d. Angel

134. How should a mature Christian understand the words “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear” that are spoken by Christ? (Matthew 5:13 and teachings)

a. A deeper message is contained within His literal words
b. There is a hidden message that only mature Christians will understand
c. Mature Christians are alerted to the typological meaning of the discourse.
d. All the above

135. Why must Christians maintain the flavor of the Lord Jesus Christ’s standards with regards to fellowship? (Matthew 5:13 and teachings)

a. They will get along better
b. They will have peace with one another
c. They will have great Christian fellowship
d. All the above

136. (Fill in the blank) Christians are the light of the ______________. (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. Faith
b. Worship of God
c. World
d. None of the above

137. What type of illumination do the worldly live within? (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. Darkness
b. Lightness
c. Shadows
d. Colors

138. (Fill in the blank) Jesus uses the example of a _____________________ that is upon a hill that cannot be hidden. (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. City
b. Tree
c. Church
d. Cross

139. (True or False) Christian Light is always seen when darkness surrounds the viewer. (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. True
b. False

140. (True or False) The city upon a hill shines with light and cannot be invisible. (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. True
b. False

141. (True or False) Christ’s standards support Christians purposely going underground, hiding in homes, caves, wildernesses, and distant monasteries, to avoid persecution, poverty, illness, nuclear war, famine, End Times, the Apocalypse, persecution, war, or the downfall of governments. (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. True
b. False

142. (True or False) People do not light a candle, then hide it inside a container where the light cannot be seen. (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. True
b. False

143. Why do men light a candle and put it in a candlestick holder? (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. To avoid a fire
b. To subdue the light of the candle
c. To shine the light of the candle
d. None of the above

144. What does a brightly shining candle inside a candlestick holder give light to? (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. All in the world
b. All in the house
c. All in the Heavens
d. All in the church

145. Why does Christ want you to let your light shine? (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. So mankind can see your good works
b. So mankind can glorify your Father in Heaven
c. So Christ can be seen
d. All the above

146. (True or False) Do NOT hide your light of Christ! (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. True
b. False

147. (True or False) The Lord Jesus Christ did NOT come to destroy the law of the LORD God. (Matthew 5:17-20)

a. True
b. False

148. (True or False) The Lord Jesus Christ came to fulfill the law of the LORD God. (Matthew 5:14-16)

a. True
b. False

149. What does the Greek word for “destroy” mean as found in Matthew 5:17?

a. Fully accomplish
b. Make it happen
c. Abolish and make invalid
d. All the above

150. What does the Greek word for “fulfill” mean as found in Matthew 5:17?

a. Abolish
b. Make invalid
c. Fully accomplish and make it happen
d. All the above

151. (True or False) The Commandments, Statutes, and Ordinances of the LORD God were given to the Jewish people as a BEGINNING of forming relationship with humans. (Matthew 5:17-20)

a. True
b. False

152. (True or False) The Law of the LORD God was absolute and unforgiving. Either you obeyed all the law, or you were in disobedience to Him. (Matthew 5:17-20)

a. True
b. False

153. (True or False) When the Lord Jesus Christ came, He taught the meaning of the Laws given by the LORD God as recorded in the Old Testament. (Matthew 5:17-20)

a. True
b. False

154. What Scripture connects the Laws of the Old Testament with the teachings of Jesus Christ?

a. Matthew 5:27-28
b. Matthew 4:3
c. Matthew 6:10-11
d. None of the above

155. (True or False) The Lord Jesus Christ taught the meaning of those laws of the Old Testament given by the LORD God to mankind. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

156. (True or False) The LORD Jesus Christ teaches that it is in the heart, not the actions, that sin takes place first. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

157. (True or False) The Lord Jesus Christ teaching about the guilt of the heart as the breaking of the Law of the LORD God gives a more stringent standard of behavior. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

158. (True or False) If Christians do not follow the taught Standards of Christ, they still are able to walk the way of Christ. (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. True
b. False

159. What happens if you break the least of the commandments that the Lord Jesus Christ has taught you? (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. You are forgiven automatically
b. Your position in the Kingdom of Heaven will be lowered
c. You will lose your salvation
d. You will be punished severely

160. Where do saved Christians go after the rest time is over in Heaven? (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. They die.
b. They live eternally in Heaven
c. They go to the Old Earth
d. They go to the New Earth

161. What is being at rest in Heaven like on this earth? (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. Sleeping
b. Dying
c. Working
d. Sabbath

162. What happens if you TEACH the standards of Christ wrongly to others? (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. You are forgiven automatically
b. Your position in the Kingdom of Heaven will be lowered
c. You will lose your salvation
d. You will be punished severely

163. (True or False) Teaching the commandments of the LORD God with the standards of the Lord WRONGLY will cause you lose your salvation. (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. True
b. False

164. 163. (True or False) Teaching the commandments of the LORD God with the standards of the Lord WRONGLY will cause you lose your advanced position in the Kingdom of Heaven. (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. True
b. False

165. What were the associations of the Scribes and Pharisees that Jesus spoke about? (Matthew 5:19-20)

a. They acted more righteous than any other Chosen people of the LORD God
b. They will have no advanced position in the Kingdom of Heaven
c. They are in the same category as Christians who teach the things of the Lord wrong
d. All the above

166. Where do we find the Commandment of the LORD God, “Thou shalt not kill?” (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. Exodus 20:13
b. Matthew 1:1
c. Ezekiel 5:15
d. Psalm 4:20

167. What does Old Testament say that you will be in danger of from the LORD God if you should kill? (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. Death
b. Expulsion
c. Purgatory
d. Judgment

168. How does Christ’s standards teach the law of killing? (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. If you purposely plan it, it is murder
b. If it is an accidental death, it is still murder
c. If you kill in anger, it is murder
d. If you are angry with your brother without a cause, you are in danger of judgment for killing

169. (True or False) No longer just accountable to the LORD God for the law of not killing another, followers of Christ were placed into Christ’s standard of not losing temper with a brother without cause. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

170. (True or False) Jesus Christ says that anyone that says to his brother, “Raca” will be in killed by the Sanhedrin. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

171. What is the semitic term of “Raca” written in Matthew 5:21-22?

a. Honored prophet
b. Jewish leader
c. Christian fellowship
d. Fool

172. Who does Christ warn will be in danger of judgement from, for calling someone “Raca?” (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. The LORD God
b. The Holy Spirit
c. The Lord Jesus Christ
d. Sanhedrin

173. Who were the Sanhedrin? (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. Government body of Gentiles
b. Government body of Christians
c. Government body of Seculars
d. Government body of Jews

174. (True or False) The Sanhedrin was a group of priests and religious teachers who met to decide legal matters that had religious, political, and social ramifications during the 1st century. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

175. (True or False) Jesus taught the crescendo of “killing” which went from braking of one of the LORD God’s Ten Commandments, to culturally calling a Jew a “Raca,” to outright calling a brother “a fool.” (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

176. (True or False) The Lord Jesus Christ equals the act of “killing” and the act of “calling a brother a fool” as violations of God’s law that could place in danger of Hell. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

177. (True or False) It is very apparent through Christ’s teachings of standards that “anger” is the root of killing, which can exact the same judgment, as the actual act. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

178. (True or False) Christ’s standards do not task the inner attitude of the heart when considering violations of God’s Laws. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

179. (True or False) If your heart is angry at your brother, it could lead to killing; thus, the standard of behavior is if you are angry, fix it before it becomes something worse. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. True
b. False

180. (Fill in the blank) Christ’s standard concerning anger is based upon ____________. (Matthew 5:21-22)

a. All
b. With cause
c. Without cause
d. Exploding, violent, and out-of-control

181. (True or False) It is a narrower road we walk with Christ, not a wider one that the Jews walk upon. (Matthew 5:21-22 and Teachings)

a. True
b. False

182. (Fill in the blank) Christ teaches that _________________ with the neighbor you have offended is more important that offering a gift to the LORD God. (Matthew 5:23-26)

a. Reconciliation
b. Separation
c. Arguing
d. Negotiating

183. When should you offer your gift to the LORD God? (Matthew 5:23-26)

a. After anger has calmed
b. After reconciliation with your neighbor
c. After reconciliation with the LORD God
d. After reconciliation with the Church

184. What happens if your neighbor has a grudge against you and you don’t make peace quickly? (Matthew 5:23-26)

a. The adversary will get angrier
b. You will be delivered to a judge
c. You will be delivered to an officer
d. You will be sent to prison
e. All the above

185. What also is stopped if an escalation of anger disrupts the gifts given to the LORD God? (Matthew 5:23-26)

a. Prevent salvation
b. Prevent favorable reputation
c. Prevent the Christian from doing Christ’s intended works
d. Prevent spiritual growth

186. (True or False) The Lord Jesus Christ says to agree with angry neighbors quickly and make reconciliation, lest the neighbor’s anger gets out of control and makes you pay for the consequences to the “uttermost farthing.” (Matthew 5:23-26)

a. True
b. False

187. (Fill in the blank) “Uttermost farthing” means the ________________ before you are set free from the punishments of an escalating neighbor’s anger. (Matthew 5:23-26)

a. Must pay the smallest coin
b. Biggest punishments
c. Longest punishments
d. None of the above

188. (True or False) If Christians let anger replace goodwill with their neighbors, even if it is just their anger without reason, it can STOP the works of the Lord. (Matthew 5:23-26)

a. True
b. False

189. (True or False) “Thou shalt not commit adultery is in the Old Testament law and part of the Ten Commandments. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

190. (True or False) Physical adultery is the act where a married person has sexual intercourse with an unmarried person. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

191. (True or False) Both the married person and the unmarried person are committing the sin of adultery if they have sexual intercourse. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

192. (True or False) The promises made during the marriage ceremony before God are considered a breakable oath by Him. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

193. (True or False) The LORD God sends His blessings to spiritual marriage through the commitment of the two people to declare Him their LORD God. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

194. (True or False) The Lord Jesus Christ’s standard is that if you even “lust” about sex with a married partner that is not your spouse, you are in disobedience to Him. (Matthew 5:27-28)

a. True
b. False

195. (True or False) EVERY Law that the LORD God gave in the Old Testament has a companion “HEART CONDITION” also. (Matthew 5:27-28 and teachings)

a. True
b. False

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Kathy L. McFarland is a Becker Bible Studies teacher and author of Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians. She has received her Bachelor of Science degree in Religious Studies from Liberty University and the Master of Divinity (Professional Ministries Track) degree from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary & Graduate School. She is Founder and President of Becker Bible Ministries, Inc., the curriculum developer for Becker Professional Theology Academy, and a teaching faculty member. She also performs duties as Chaplain, and is an endorser for Chaplains at Becker Bible Ministries, Inc.

Kathy’s favorite studies to teach include the connections between Old Testament exegesis, Christian apologetics, and Bible typology and mysteries.