|Q1||Review Unit 4, on sharing your faith.|
|Q2||Review Isaiah_58 and Matthew_28:18-19. Consider the following questions:
- What problems did God have with the way these people (Isaiah_58),
were living their lives?
- Were they a witness to their community?
- Is a good witness to Christ through our words, our lives, or both?
- On whose authority do we act as witnesses?
- What are these specific instructions of Jesus?
- What is His provision to help us accomplish the task?
|Q3||Review Mark_5:1-20 and John_20:21-22:
- What was Jesus witness to His deity (Mark_5:15)?
- Why did Jesus encounter the reaction of v.17?
- Are we prepared to likewise handle this type of rejection?
- What did the man want to do?
- What were Jesus instructions?
- What did the man do?
- Who sends us and how are we sent?
- Why is forgiveness attached to this commissioning?
- Why were Paul and Silas thrown into prison (v.19)?
- Does this fit with our picture of being a witness?
- What was the strength of their witness (v.22-26)?
- What gave their words (v.31) impact?
- What message has God given us (v.17,19)?
- What ministry has God given (v.18)?
- Whom has God committed this message to (v.19)?
- What does it mean to be an "ambassador" for Christ today (v.20)?
JOURNAL - UNIT (4)
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Experience Relating To Teaching:
We suggest that you keep a record or journal of the above format while going through the course.
It will enable you gather the most benefit out of each unit's material.
The journal would also help you to reflect back on the material taught
as you progress through the course.