Essay about CW STUDY GUIDE 4

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Topic 4 Study Guide
This study guide is a tool designed to prepare students for the Topic 4 Quiz. Instructors will grade the study guide for completion, not for accuracy.
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• For Jesus to work a miracle to quench his hunger
• For Jesus to test God
• For Jesus to worship the world/ devil

6. How is Jesus described in 1 Corinthians 1:24 and John 1:1?
• 1 Corinthians 1:24 says that Christ is the power and wisdom of God.
• John 1:1 says that Jesus is God and that he was there in the beginning.

7. In the lecture, Jesus is described as fully God and fully man, now briefly describe the Trinity and Jesus’ position in the Trinity.
• God the Father
• God the Son (Jesus Christ who is fully God and fully man)
• God the Holy Spirit
• three persons, same substance, one God
• Jesus, a human that was fully God came to earth to save man, and to be an example of how we should live our lives

8. Briefly describe the kingdom of God as taught in the textbook.
Jesus' kingdom is about the rein of God in human hearts. A citizen of the Kingdom of God can never be complacent about the kingdoms of this world; the power of God in a human heart will help them resist the power of the devil in this world.

9. Read John 10:1-18 and briefly summarize how Jesus cares for His sheep.
Jesus loves and cares for his sheep. He calls his sheep by name. He laid down his life for his sheep.

10. Briefly summarize the context and story of the Parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:29-37.
• Man traveling, was beaten and robbed, left dying
• Priest and Levite ignored him
• Samaritan bound wounds, poured oil and wine, put him on his animal, took care of him in an inn, and paid to

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