The churches of Christ Greet You (Romans 16:16)

Loved Ones, God has blessed you to view this fill-in-the-blank Bible study. With an honest and good heart (Luke 8:15), please prayerfully set aside a time to complete each section. The correct answer for each blank is found in the Scripture following that blank (use a King James Version Bible for the most accurate answers). After studying this lesson, it’s our prayer that your love for the truth (cf. 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12) will cause you to visit the Christians meeting in your local congregation of the church of Christ. Additionally, you can contact the webmaster by e-mail with your questions or comments.

In Acts 24:24-25, Felix heard the apostle Paul concerning the FAITH in Christ. As Paul REASONED with him "of righteousness, temperance, and judgment to come, Felix trembled." Reasoning regarding what the Bible teaches is something that has become a rarity in our day. Many do not want to take the time to REASON about the Scriptures. They don't take time to STUDY, to DISCUSS with others, and to CONTEMPLATE the teachings of the Word of God.

Sometimes we hear men and women talk about RELIGION as being something that is "better felt" than told. Thus, they rely more upon their FEELINGS than they do the LOGICAL PRESENTATION of the Word of God. How unscriptural is that view of religion. They want to hear sermons AND read articles filled with cute and interesting stories that ENTERTAIN and make them feel good about themselves; when what they really need is a "Paul" who will REASON with them of righteousness, temperance, and judgment to come.

When Paul REASONED with Felix on the occasion of the above passage, what did Paul do? The Greek word (dialegomia) translated REASONED means "to think different things with oneself, mingle thought with thought; to converse, discourse with one, argue, discuss." When Paul REASONED with Felix he caused Felix to think on the very serious matters of righteousness, temperance, and the coming judgment. He discussed with and taught him regarding these truths.

REASONING with others concerning the teachings of God requires presenting HIS truth in a logical organized fashion. When one studies the various sermons recorded for us in the Book of Acts, that is what he sees - - the TRUTH being presented in an organized reasonable way to lost men and women (Acts 2:14-41; 3:12-26; Acts 4:8-12, 19-20; etc.).

Every true child of God should be ready and willing to REASON with those to whom God allows them to teach (1 Peter 3:15). In fact, God EXPECTS us to REASON concerning the Scriptures. He expects us to use the brains He has given us to study, to meditate, to diligently search for the truth (2 Timothy 2:15), and then to logically and plainly REASON with others about that TRUTH. In the Scriptures, the telling of the TRUTH always preceded man's conviction of his sins and obedience to the message of salvation (cf. John 17:17; Acts 2:22-41).

Paul was ready with the answers when Felix wanted to hear him concerning the FAITH in Christ. He was able to REASON with Felix and teach him what he needed to be taught. Loved ones, do we not also have that same obligation? Please consider the FACT that Jesus came to this earth "to seek and to save that which was lost" (Luke 19:10). Those who live in Jesus should have the mind of Christ (cf. Philippians 2:5), and walk even as He walked (1 John 2:6). Please answer YES or NO to the next questions: Did Jesus command His followers to teach the Gospel to others? _________ (Matthew 28:18-20; Mark 16:15-16). Do you think you will one day see God in Heaven if you have made no effort to follow Jesus' example and carry out His commands? ______.

In this study, with the Lord's help, we will REASON with you from God's Holy Word. We will do all we can to help you READ and UNDERSTAND your Bible. We will ask questions and then discuss with you the answers to those questions. Our intent is simple - - we believe the only way to set our families free from this corrupt society, and thus improve our community, nation, and world is to return to the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth – God's Word – the Bible (John 8:32).

Jesus will return one day for those who belong to Him (2 Timothy 2:19). Each of us who believe in the name of Jesus THINK we belong to HIM, but God wants us to KNOW (1 John 5:13). REASONING over and OBEYING His Word will ASSURE us of our hope of Eternal Life (Hebrews 5:9).

Again, we hope you will prayerfully set aside a few moments each day to open your Bible and answer the below questions. Please do not allow a hard heart to keep the seed - - the word of God - - from being planted in good soil (cf. Luke 8:5-15). You have our humble permission to make copies of this study and FREELY share these simple truths with all whom you desire to REASON. To God Be the Glory as His Will is done (1 Corinthians 10:31).




The words of Jesus are from the __________ (John 14:23-24).


Today, the Father speaks to us through His ________ (Hebrews 1:1-2).


God has given ________ things into the hands of Jesus (John 3:35).


God made Jesus to be head over all things to the ___________ (Ephesians 1:22-23).


Jesus has authority over ALL ________ (John 17:2).


Jesus has ALL _________ in Heaven and on earth (Matthew 28:18).


This means Jesus has all ____________ over the church.


Conclusion: According to the Bible, who is our authority in the church? _________.





Peter said, "Holy men of God spake as they were moved by the _________ ________" (2 Peter 1:21). 


Jesus said the Holy Spirit would teach and bring _______ things to the apostles remembrance (John 14:26). 


Jesus said the Holy Spirit would guide the apostles into _________ truth (John 16:13). 


When the prophets (Mark, Luke, etc.) and apostles (Matthew, John, etc,) taught by inspiration they were teaching the words of _________ (2 Timothy 3:16). 


The faith (or truth) taught by the apostles and prophets has been once (for all time) ____________ to the saints [Christians] (Jude 3). 


Since the faith has been delivered once for all time, should we expect any new revelations today? __________.


Conclusion: The _____ Spirit revealed (inspired) all of God's ______ to the apostles and prophets.





Jesus said that true worshipers must worship God in spirit and in _________ (John 4:24).


Jesus said the _________ will make you free (John 8:32).


As Jesus prayed to the Father, He said God's __________ is truth (John 17:17).


Faith comes by ___________ the Word of God (Romans 10:17).


Therefore, the Word of God (the Bible) was written so we might ____________ that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God (John 20:31).


The Word of God was written so we may _________ that we have eternal life (1 John 5:13).


Only the engrafted (implanted) ___________ is able to save our soul (James 1:21).


In the last day we will be judged by the Word of _________, NOT by the words of men (John 12:48).


One is born again by the ___________ of God (1 Peter 1:23).


The Bible thoroughly furnishes us for all (every) __________ work (2 Timothy 3:16-17).


Since the Bible makes us perfect (complete), do we need any additional revelations? _______.


Do Christians need man-made traditions, church manuals, creed books, or confessions of faith to make them complete spiritually? ________.


Must one go to any book (other than the Bible) to learn how to be saved (born again)? _______.


Through God's divine power, we have ________ things that pertain to life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3).


All these things are given to us through the ___________________ of Him (2 Peter 1:3).


Conclusion: Friends, when we pursue spiritual matters our authority is "from Heaven, or of __________" (Luke 20:4; cf. Mark 7:6-9).


We plead with you NOT to put your trust in ________ (Jeremiah 17:5).


The __________ of God (the Bible) is from Heaven, and it is the only guide needed for the church.





Man has been commanded NOT to ________ to or ________ away from God's Word (Revelation 22:18-19; cf. Deuteronomy 12:32; Proverbs 30:6).


Jesus asked, "And why call ye me, ________, ___________, and do NOT the things which I say?" (Luke 6:46).


Friends, only those who DO the _________ of God will enter the kingdom of Heaven (Matthew 7:21).


Therefore, those who transgress and fail to abide in the doctrine (teaching) of Christ (the Bible), do NOT have _________ (2 John 9).


As an _____________ for us (Romans 15:4), two Jewish priest, Nadab and Abihu, were burned to death

because they offered strange fire before the Lord, "which He ___________ them not" (Leviticus 10:1-2).


The Pharisees were a Jewish religious group that had changed God's Word by adding things that God had NOT_____________,

and by NOT doing things He had commanded (Matthew 15:3, 6).


Jesus told them that a person worships God in vain when he follows the ________________ of men (Matthew 15:9).


Because of these words from Jesus the Pharisees were ___________ (Matthew 15:12).


Jesus therefore taught that every plant which God had NOT planted would be _________ up (Matthew 15:13).


Thus, according to Jesus, being uprooted is the eternal destiny of any person or religious group that does _________ abide by God's Word.


Jesus then said the Pharisees were ________ leaders of the blind (Matthew 15:14).


Thus, the Pharisees represent the blind religious leaders who add to or take away from God's ________.


Those who follow such leaders are also ____________.


Furthermore, according to Jesus, the blind leaders and their blind followers will both __________ into the ditch (Matthew 15:14).


Friends, Jesus used this illustration to teach the serious eternal result of being wrong religiously.


Conclusion: Do you want to go to Heaven? ________.


If so, then you must NOT add _______ or take ___________ from God's Word (the Bible).





God spake in time past unto the fathers by the _____________, but He now speaks to us by His ____________ (Hebrews 1:1-2).


God has given ____________ all authority (power) in Heaven and on earth (Matthew 28:18).


The Old Testament Law was given through ___________, but grace and truth has come by _________ _________ (John 1:17).


Jesus is the mediator of the ________ Covenant or New Testament (Hebrews 9:15).


The New Testament of Christ came into effect after the ____________ of Christ (Hebrews 9:16-17).


The New Covenant of Christ is more _________________ and has better _____________ than the Old Covenant of Moses (Hebrews 8:6).


If the first (Old) covenant had been faultless, would God have given us a second covenant? ______ (Hebrews 8:7).


When God gave us the New Covenant, He made the first covenant __________ (Hebrews 8:13).


The Law of __________ can justify no one (Acts 13:38-39).


Those who attempt to be justified by the Law of Moses have ____________ from grace (Galatians 5:4).


Jesus blotted out the old law (including the Ten Commandments) with its requirements (ordinances) when He was ___________ to the cross (Colossians 2:14).


Christians are _____________ to the Law of Moses by the body of ____________ (Romans 7:4).


Christians are ______________ from the law that said, "Thou shall not covet" (Romans 7:6-7; cf. Exodus 20:17).


Jesus said His ___________ (the New Testament) would judge us in the last day (John 12:48).


Conclusion: The _________ Covenant (Testament) is the law now spiritually binding.





Jesus said, "Upon this rock I will build my ____________; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against _______" (Matthew 16:18).


Are the words "church" and "it" in this verse plural or singular? ___________.


Who built the church? __________. 


Whose church did He build? ________.


God has made Jesus _________ over all things to the church, which is His ___________ (Ephesians 1:22-23).


There is only __________ body (Ephesians 4:4).


Since the body is the church, and there is only one body, then there must be only __________ church.


Jesus prayed that all who believe in Him should be __________ (John 17:20-21).


All believers are reconciled to God in __________ body by the cross (Ephesians 2:16).


All believers should be fellow-heirs, and of the same __________ (Ephesians 3:6).


Believers should speak the __________ thing, and there should be no ______________ among us (1 Corinthians 1:10). 


For believers to be one and speak the same thing, we must speak as the oracles of __________ (1 Peter 4:11).


Since Jesus is the ___________ of the body, the church (Colossians 1:18), should we go to any other man or woman

to learn of the organization, worship, and names of the church? ________.


Conclusion: Jesus built only _________ church, the body of Christ or the ______________ of Christ (Romans 16:16).


NOTE: the word "churches" in this verse refers to location; i.e., the church of Christ located in Rome, in Ephesus, in Corinth, etc.).





The church is NOT a democracy or a republic; it is a monarchy.


Each congregation is autonomous.


This means that each has the right of self-government.


As "the __________ of the body, the church" (Colossians 1:18), Jesus has _______ authority (Matthew 28:18).


No man or woman has been authorized by God to act as the earthly head of Christ's __________.


NOTE: when used in reference to the Lord's church, the terms elder, bishop, pastor, presbytery, overseer, and shepherd all refer to the same men.


In the first century, __________ were ordained (appointed) in every church (Acts 14:23).


Following this biblical pattern, each congregation of the Lord's church today should also ordain ____________.


The elders (always a plural number of men) are ordained to oversee and __________ the church of God (Acts 20:17, 28).


An elder must NOT be given to __________, nor should he be a novice (1 Timothy 3:3, 6).


An elder must be the ____________ of one wife, having ____________ children (Titus 1:5-6).


Since a woman cannot be a HUSBAND (in the sight of God), a woman CANNOT serve as an ___________!


Are there biblically qualified elders/bishops in the church with whom you worship?  ________.


Another group of servants in the first century church were known as _______________ (1 Timothy 3:8-13).


A deacon must also be the husband of _________ wife, ruling his _____________ and his own house well (1 Timothy 3:12).


The church (saints) at Philippi was organized with ____________ and ____________ (Philippians 1:1).


Preachers of the gospel primarily work in the study and teaching of the word (cf. 1 Timothy 4:15-16).


Timothy, a young preacher, was told to __________ the word (2 Timothy 4:2), and do the work of an ___________ (2 Timothy 4:5).


A preacher must preach the word with _________ authority (Titus 2:15).


Yet, God does NOT allow a woman to usurp ______________ over the man (1 Timothy 2:12).


Therefore, a woman CANNOT serve as the preacher for the church (cf. 1 Corinthians 14:34).


Every Christian should be a "minister" (or servant) of the gospel (cf. Acts 8:3-4).


When all the members work together with the preacher, elders, and deacons, the whole congregation can grow according to the Lord's plan.


Conclusion: It is God's plan that there be biblically qualified ____________ and ___________ in every congregation of the church.


Nowhere does the Bible mention a pope or bishop in charge of the church or a group of congregations (diocese).





Many believers feel they can follow Christ but NOT be a part of His church.


That reasoning is in error, as shown by the following facts:


Jesus said He would build His ____________ (Matthew 16:18).


The Lord adds those who are ________ to His church (Acts 2:47).


Since Christ adds the saved to His church, are there any saved souls outside of His church? _______.


"Christ loved the ________, and gave himself for it" (Ephesians 5:25).


The Lord __________ the church with His own blood (Acts 20:28).


Christ also shed His blood for the ________ of sins (Matthew 26:28).


Since the church was purchased with the blood of Christ, and that blood is necessary to wash our sins away,

is it essential to be faithful members in His church? ______.


Believers are reconciled (brought back) unto God in the one _______ by the cross (Ephesians 2:16).


Do you want to be reconciled to God? _______.


Is it essential for you to be in God's church (body) to be reconciled? _______.


God is glorified in the ________ by Jesus Christ (Ephesians 3:21).


Do you want to glorify God? _______.


Must you be in Christ's church to glorify God? _______.


There is only _______ body (Ephesians 4:4).

Christ "is the head of the _______, the church" (Colossians 1:18).


Jesus is the Savior of the ________ (Ephesians 5:23).

Do you want to be saved? _______.


Since Jesus will save ONLY His one body (His church), must you be a member of His church to be saved? ______.


Conclusion: Is the church important? _________





Jesus said, "And upon this rock ______ will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against _____" (Matthew 16:18).


Who built the church? _______.


How many churches did Jesus build? _______.


Paul commanded the elders "to feed the church of God, which He (Jesus) hath purchased with His own ________" (Acts 20:28).


Who purchased the church? ________.


Whose name should be on the "deed?" _______.
All believers should speak the ________thing, and there should be no __________ among us (1 Corinthians 1:10).


However, the Christians at Corinth were sinning because they were NOT speaking the same thing (vs. 11).


Additionally, they were divided; for some were saying, "I am of Paul; and I of Apollos; and I of _________ (Peter); and I of Christ" (vs. 12).


Since all should be done to the glory of _______ (1 Corinthians 10:31), is it a sin to divide believers by CALLING the church after

Paul, Apollos, Cephas, or any other human being? ______.


If the church were CALLED after Paul, who would we be glorifying? ________.


If the church were CALLED after a religious act (such as "Repentance"), what would we be glorifying? ____________.


If it were a sin to call God's church the "Paulite Church," would it NOT equally be a sin to call it the "Lutheran Church?" ______.


If it were a sin to call the Lord's church the "Repentance Church," would it NOT equally be a sin to call it the "Baptist Church?" _______.
"And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the ________ of the Lord Jesus" (Colossians 3:17).


If "all" should be done in the NAME (or by the authority) of the Lord Jesus, would this include the name by which we refer to God's church? ______.


"Salute one another with an holy kiss. The churches of _________ salute you" (Romans 16:16).


Do you read of the churches of Christ in the Bible? _______.


Would it be a sin to call Christ's church the church of Christ? ______.


Does the "name" church of Christ glorify the one who built the church and bought it with His blood? _______.


In Antioch the disciples, for the first time, were called _______________ (Acts 11:26).


Paul tried to persuade King Agrippa to become a _________________ (Acts 26:28).


Peter said, "If any man suffer as a ___________________ let him not be ashamed" (1 Peter 4:16).


The disciples of the Lord were also called _________ (2 Corinthians 13:13) and _____________ (1 Corinthians 16:20).


Does the Bible ever call God's people Baptist, Catholics, Lutherans, Mormons, or any other man-made denominational name? ____________.


If you answered YES, please write the Bible book, chapter, and verse where that name is used ___________. 


Friends, are you really following the Bible if the name of your church and the name that your members are called CANNOT be found therein? ___________.


Conclusion: As Moses was commanded to build the Old Testament Tabernacle after the _________ shown him on the mountain (Hebrews 8:5),

should we be careful to also build the New Testament church after God's pattern? _____.





Correct worship necessarily sees ________ as the proper and ONLY audience (Revelation 22:9).


True worshipers worship the Father in ________ and in ________ (John 4:23-24; cf. Joshua 24:14).


Correct worship must possess the proper attitude by being conducted "in spirit."


This phrase is referring to the disposition of the heart and mind.


The worshiper must genuinely engage his spirit in the worship activity.


He must be mentally and emotionally involved.


He must have a humble, attentive, reverent mindset.


In addition to the proper audience and the proper attitude, correct worship requires the proper actions - "in truth!"


To worship God "in truth," is to worship as God has directed in His Word (the New Testament), because His Word is _________ (John 17:17).


If we worship God according to the doctrines and commandments of uninspired men, we are worshiping God in ________ (Matthew 15:9).


There are five avenues of church worship taught in the New Testament.


1. We worship God by teaching/preaching His word.


The first century Christians "continued steadfastly in the apostles' ____________..." (Acts 2:42).


The apostles taught and preached the ___________ (or Good News of Jesus Christ - 1 Corinthians 15:1; cf. 9:16).


One must be careful NOT to pervert the gospel (Galatians 1:6-9), because the ___________ is the power of God unto salvation (Romans 1:16).


"All _______________ is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for __________, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in _____________:

that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all ____________ works" (2 Timothy 3:16-17).


The Holy Scriptures are able to make you wise unto _____________ (2 Timothy 3:15).


Timothy was told to commit what he had learned to faithful men, "who shall be able to ___________ others also" (2 Timothy 2:2).


2. We worship God by praying to God.  

The first century Christians "continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in ___________" (Acts 2:42).


Will we be worshiping God in spirit and in truth if we do NOT continue steadfastly in these things? ________.


The Lord taught His disciples to pray to God the ___________ (Matthew 6:5), NOT to Mary (the mother of Jesus) or some so-called Saint.


Prayers and giving of thanks should be made for _________ men (1 Timothy 2:1).


MEN are to ___________ everywhere (1 Timothy 2:8).


Jesus said His disciples ought always to _________ and NOT lose heart (Luke 18:1).


Read and be thankful for this wonderful promise given to Christians: "If we ask anything according to his _________, he hears us: and if we know that he hears us,

whatsoever we ask, we know that we __________ the petitions that we desire of him" (1 John 5:14-15).


3. We worship God by partaking of the Lord's Supper (communion).


The first century Christians "continued steadfastly…in breaking of ____________..." (Acts 2:42).


"Jesus took __________, and blessed it and brake it, and gave it to the disciples, and said, Take, eat ... And he took the cup, and gave thanks,

and gave it to them saying, _________ ye all of it" (Matthew 26:26-27).


"The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the ________ of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break,

is it not the __________ of the body of Christ?" (1 Corinthians 10:16).


Thus, the bread represents the ________ of Christ, and the cup represents the ________ of Christ (Mark 14:22-24).


When we worship God in spirit and in truth, are we commanded to partake of both the bread and cup? _______.


When we eat the bread and drink the cup, we do so in ____________________ of Jesus (1 Corinthians 11:23-25).


We also break bread (commune or partake of the Lord's Supper) to show (proclaim) the Lord's _________ till He come (1 Corinthians 11:26).


The first century Christians came together on the ________ day of the week (Sunday) to break bread (Acts 20:7).


When God told the Israelites in Exodus 20:8 to remember the Sabbath (Saturday), did He mean for them to keep every Sabbath? _______.


Do these passages mention the use of mechanical instruments to accompany our singing? _______.


When Christians remember Jesus by partaking of the Lord's Supper on the first day of the week, should we do this every first day of the week? _______.

4. We worship God by singing praise to His Holy name.  


As Christians worship God, we are to speak to one another in ________ and hymns and spiritual ________,

singing and making melody in our ________ to the Lord (Ephesians 5:19).


We are to sing with the ____________, and sing with the ____________________ also (1 Corinthians 14:15).


History reveals that the followers of Christ did NOT use mechanical instruments of music in their worship for hundreds of years after Christ.


When you attend an assembly of the churches of Christ, you will notice we do NOT use mechanical instrumental music in our worship.


Below are two Old Testament incidents that will help illustrate the reason:


Noah was commanded to make an ark out of _______ wood (Genesis 6:14).


Would Noah have sinned if he had built the ark out of any other material or a kind of wood NOT commanded? __________ (cf. Deuteronomy 12:32).


Two Jewish priest, Nadab and Abihu, "offered _________ fire before the Lord, which he commanded them not" (Leviticus 10:1-2).


As punishment for their disobedience, they were devoured by fire from the Lord.


We should learn from these two stories that it is sinful to alter the commands of God (cf. Proverbs 30:6).


As we partake of the Lord's Supper, would it be a sin to put jam on the bread to improve the taste, or add Geritol to the cup to aid our enthusiasm? ______.


Every believer should now be able to see that it would also be a sin to add mechanical ______________ to aid us in singing praises to God.


NOTE: There is NOT a single Scripture in the New Testament that gives Christians the authority to use mechanical instruments during their worship of God

(search the Scriptures and prove it to yourself).


All believers who use mechanical instruments during worship have added something to God's Word! (cf. Revelation 22:18-19).


5. We worship God by giving of our increase to support the work of His church.


The first century Christians "continued steadfastly in the __________ doctrine and fellowship…" (Acts 2:42).


Concerning this fellowship or collection, Christians are shown the example of giving on the ______ day of the week as God has prospered them (1 Corinthians 16:1-2).


Christians are NOT to give __________ or of necessity (2 Cor. 9:7).


Thus, it is NOT NECESSARY to give a tenth (or tithe) as the Jews were commanded to do.


Christians are simply to cheerfully give a freewill offering as we ________ in our heart (2 Corinthians 9:7).


Jesus said, "It is more blessed to _________ than to ___________" (Acts 20:35).


Conclusion: As we worship God in spirit and in ________ (John 4:24), we are to teach the __________ doctrine, pray to ______, partake of the Lord's ________,

sing praises to ________ (cf. Hebrews 13:15) and _________ of our means as we decide in our heart.





Each one of you reading these lines must "_______ out your own salvation with fear and trembling" (Philippians 2:12).


Is work (obedience to God's will – Matthew 7:21; Hebrews 5:9) necessary for one to be saved? _______.


"But God, who is rich in _______, for his great _______ wherewith he loved us... (By ________ you have been saved)" [Ephesians 2:4-5].


Can anyone be saved without God's abundant love, mercy, and grace? _______.


"For by ________ are ye saved through _______; and that NOT of yourselves: it is the _______ of God" (Ephesians 2:8).


Is God's gift of grace His part in your salvation? ______. 
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten _______, that whosoever _______ in Him should NOT perish, but have everlasting life" (John 3:16).


Is faith your part in your salvation? _______.


Must one believe in Jesus to have everlasting life? ______ (John 14:1).


Do you believe that Jesus is the Christ, the ______ of the living God? _______ (cf. Matthew 16:16).


What will happen if you do NOT believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God?


Answer: You will _______ in your sins (John 8:24).


Where did Jesus go after His death, burial, and resurrection?


Answer: Jesus went to _________ (Acts 1:11).


According to John 8:21, if you die in your _______, that is, with unforgiven sins, will you go where Jesus went? _______.
God commands "all men everywhere to ________" (Acts 17:30).


If you don't repent, you will _______ (Luke 13:3).


Does God want you to perish? _________ (2 Peter 3:9).


Will you be saved if you do NOT repent? _______ (Romans 2:5).


"For _______ sorrow worketh repentance to salvation...but the sorrow of the world worketh _______" (2 Corinthians 7:10).


Is MERELY being sorry for your sins the repentance that God demands? ______.


Are God's grace, man's faith, and man's repentance necessary for salvation? ____.
Jesus taught that one must _______ Him before men (Matthew 10:32).


"For with the heart man believeth unto __________; and with the mouth confession is made unto ________" (Romans 10:10).


Must one confess his belief that Jesus is the Son of God? _______ (Acts 8:37).


Will you be saved if you do NOT confess Jesus before men? _______ (2 Timothy 2:12).


Many of the chief rulers of the Jewish people BELIEVED in Jesus, "but because of the Pharisees they did NOT ____________ him" (John 12:42).


Were these believing chief rulers saved? __________.


Who won't you have if you deny the son?


Answer: You will NOT have the _______ (1 John 2:23).
"We are ________ with Him (Christ) by baptism" (Romans 6:4).


Is Bible baptism a sprinkling, pouring, or burial? __________ (cf. Colossians 2:12). 


Peter said, "Repent, and be _______ every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission (forgiveness) of sins;

and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy _______" (Acts 2:38).


Are ones' sins forgiven before or when he repents and is baptized? _______.


Jesus said, "He that believeth and is _______ SHALL be _______" (Mark 16:16).


Is one saved before or when he believes and is baptized? _______.


Just as Noah and his family (eight souls) were saved by _______, "baptism doth also NOW save _____" (1 Peter 3:20-21).


Does Jesus save the person that has been born again at the point of water baptism? _______ (John 3:5).


Must you obey from your heart (understanding) God's form of doctrine? __________ (Romans 6:17).


Will you be saved if you are NOT baptized with the proper understanding of its purpose? _______.


Are God's grace and man's faith, repentance, confession, and baptism necessary for salvation? _______.




All spiritual blessings in heavenly places are in ________ (Ephesians 1:3).


The spiritual blessing of salvation is in ________ (2 Timothy 2:10).


The spiritual blessing of eternal _______ is in Christ (1 John 5:11).


In _______ we have the spiritual blessing of redemption (Romans 3:24).


In Christ we have the spiritual blessing of forgiveness of ______ (Ephesians 1:7).


Our ________ is in Christ (Galatians 2:4).


Is salvation, eternal life, redemption, forgiveness and liberty (freedom) in Christ? _______.


If one is NOT in Christ does he have salvation, eternal life, redemption, forgiveness and liberty? _______.


How does one get into Christ?


Answer: The Bible says, "For as many of you as have been ________ into Christ have put on Christ" (Galatians 3:27; cf. Romans 6:3).


Does water baptism put one INTO Christ? _______.


Is water baptism necessary for salvation, eternal life, redemption, forgiveness and liberty? _______.

Conclusion: One must be IN _______________ to be saved!


A penitent believer who confesses his faith in Jesus must be ______________ (immersed in water) into Christ to be saved by the grace of ___________.





The Bible teaches that "the thought of ____________ is sin" (Proverbs 24:9).


Paul taught that "whatsoever is NOT of _______ is sin" (Romans 14:23).


James taught that if you know to do good and you do NOT do it, to you it is _______ (James 4:17).


John taught that "_______ is the transgression of (going beyond) the law" (1 John 3:4). 


"All ______________ is sin" (1 John 5:17).


Have you ever had foolish thoughts, an unbelieving heart, failed to do what you knew was good, went beyond (transgressed) God's law, or committed an unrighteous act? _______.


If so, you have committed a _______.


Why do we sin?


Answer: Man is tempted to sin when he is "drawn away by his own _______, and enticed. Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth _______;

and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth ________" (James 1:14-15).


"As it is written, there is none __________, no, not one" (Romans 3:10).


How many are righteous? _______.


"For _______ have sinned, and come short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23).


"If we say we have no _______, we deceive ourselves, and the _______ is NOT in us" (1 John 1:8).


"If we say that we have NOT ________, we make him a liar, and his _______ is NOT in us" (1 John 1:10).


Conclusion: Is sin the weapon used by the devil to cause people to disregard the Word of God? ________.


How many have sinned? _______.


Does this include you? _______.





"For the wages of sin is _______" (Romans 6:23).


"Sin when finished, brings forth ___________" (James 1:15).


Ezekiel, God's prophet of old, also taught that the "soul that sinneth, it shall _______" (Ezekiel 18:4, 20).


Isaiah said, "Your _________ have separated between you and your God, and your sins have ________ his face from you, that he will not hear" (Isaiah 59:1-2).


If we sin willfully, there remains no more sacrifice for _______ (Hebrews 10:26).


How many banks does one need to rob to be a bank robber? _______.


How many unforgiven sins do you have to commit to be separated from God eternally? _______.  


Is God a righteous (just) God? __________ (Revelation 15:3).


If a judge refused to sentence convicted criminals, would he be just (righteous)? _______.


What will happen to the alien sinner?


Answer: "Know ye not that the _________ (sinners) shall not inherit the kingdom of God?" (1 Corinthians 6:9-10). 


Our righteous God will "render to every man according to his _______" (Romans 2:6).


"We must all appear before the ________ seat of Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:10).


"For there is no respect of persons with _______" (Romans 2:11).


The dead will be judged "according to their _______" (Revelation 20:12).


Those NOT found written in the book of _______ will be cast into the _______ of fire (Revelation 20:15).
Is it God's will that you perish or be lost eternally? __________ (2 Peter 3:9).


Does God desire that you be saved? __________ (1 Timothy 2:3-4).


God has shown His love for us, for "while we were yet sinners, ________ died for us" (Romans 5:8).


Therefore, we are made right (justified) by the ________ of Christ (Romans 5:9).


However, Jesus is the author of eternal salvation only to them that ________ Him (Hebrews 5:9).


Will you be saved if you do NOT obey Jesus? _______.


Will Jesus save you just because you say Lord, Lord, and do many wonderful works? __________ (Matthew 7:21-23).


Jesus taught that only those will be saved who "doeth the _______ of my Father which is in heaven" (Matthew 7:21).


God's will is found only in the Bible; it is NOT found in MAN-MADE traditions or books written by men.

Conclusion: If your sins are NOT forgiven when Christ comes, you will "be punished with _____________ destruction from the presence of the Lord" (2 Thessalonians 1:7-9).





Paul wrote: "There is _______ body, and _______ Spirit, even as ye are called in _______ hope of your calling; _______ Lord, _______ faith, _______  baptism,

 _______ God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all" (Ephesians 4:4-6).


How many times is the word "one" used in this passage? _____.


How many "faiths" does God have? _____.


Yes, God has only ONE faith; however, man has many DIFFERENT faiths.


For example, there is the Baptist Faith, the Catholic Faith, the Mormon Faith, the 7th Day Adventist Faith, etc.


If one attends the BAPTIST Church, hears the preacher preach and believes and obeys what is heard, what faith will that person have? The ________ faith.


If one attends the CATHOLIC Church, hears the preacher preach and believes and obeys what is heard, what faith will that person have? The ________ faith.


Can one get the Baptist Faith by attending the Catholic Church or the Mormon Faith by attending the Lutheran Church? _______.


Thus, we see that there are many man-made "faiths," and all of them are different.


Yet, the Bible says God has only ________ faith (Ephesians 4:5).
We know how to get any faith started by man - simply go to their Church and hear, believe and obey what they teach.


But how does one get God's ONE faith?


Answer: The Bible says, "So then ______ cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God" (Romans 10:17).


If one hears, believes and obeys ONLY the New Testament teachings, what faith will that person have? God's one _______.


If one hears, believes, and obeys SOME of the New Testament teaching MIXED with the teachings of a particular man-made faith (Catholic, Baptist, Mormon, etc.),

what faith will that person have? That particular _______.
What faith do you want?


Do you want one of the many faiths that originated with man (Adventist, Amish, Anglican, Baptist, Buddhist, Catholic, Episcopalian, Holiness, Jehovah Witnesses, Lutheran,

Mennonite, Methodist, Moonie, Moravian, Mormon, Moslem, Nazarene, Orthodox, Pentecostal, Presbyterian, Quaker, Unitarian, Universalist, etc., etc.), OR do you want God's ONE faith?


I want God's _______ faith!

Conclusion: Can all men have the same faith (God's ONE faith) by following ONLY the teachings of the New Testament? _____.





The Bible teaches that God has __________ faith (Ephesians 4:5) that comes by ____________ His word (Romans 10:17).


Paul wrote, "...some will _______ from THE faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of ________" (1 Timothy 4:1).


When men ADD and practice doctrines which are NOT found in the New Testament (such as the use of mechanical instruments during worship,

water and white bread for the Lord's Supper, Holy Water, Mass, counting beads on a rosary, sprinkling or pouring water on infants for baptism,

praying to or through Mary, etc.), they have DEPARTED from God's ________ faith.


Below are a few examples of the "doctrines of devils (demons)."
The doctrines of the devil FORBID some people from getting _______, and other people from eating _______ (1 Timothy 4:3).


In most cases the Roman Catholic pope, priest and nuns CANNOT get married.


Whose doctrine is that? The _______!


For years a Catholic could NOT eat meat on Friday.


Whose doctrine is that? The _______!


The Mormons are following another gospel (the Book of  __________ ) which is a perverted Gospel of Christ (Galatians 1:6-7).


Mormons cannot consume caffeine, and Muslims cannot eat pork.


Whose doctrine is that? The _______!


Referring to religious leaders, Jesus said, "And call no man your _______ upon the earth; for one is your _______, which is in heaven" (Matthew 23:9).


All Catholic "priest" and some other Protestant church leaders are called "Father" by the members, even though Jesus said it should NOT be done.


Whose doctrine is that? The _______!

Conclusion: Have the many man-made faiths departed from God's one faith and started obeying the teachings of the devil? _______.





Paul wrote: "There is ONE ______, and ONE _______, even as ye are called in ONE _______ of your calling; ONE _______, ONE _______, ONE ________,

ONE _______ and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all" (Ephesians 4:4-6).


How many "BODIES" does God have? _______.


God gave Jesus to be ________ of the church, which is His _______ (Ephesians 1:22-23).


Since the BODY is the CHURCH, and there is only ONE BODY, how many churches are there (according to the Bible)? _____.


Jesus said, "...I will build _____ church" (Matthew 16:18).


SINCE there is only ONE CHURCH, whose church is it? ____________ (Acts 20:28).


Since the church belongs to Jesus, the BUILDER, what is Jesus to HIS CHURCH?


Answer: He is the head of the church and the ___________  of the body (Ephesians 5:23)
Yes, God has only ONE BODY - HIS CHURCH; however, man has many DIFFERENT BODIES or churches.


For example, there is the Baptist BODY of believers, the Catholic BODY of believers, the Mormon BODY of believers, the 7th Day Adventist BODY of believers, etc.


If one attends the BAPTIST Church, hears the preacher preach and believes and obeys what is heard, to what BODY of believers will he join? The ________ body.


If one attends the CATHOLIC Church, hears the preacher preach and believes and obeys what is heard, to what BODY of believers will he join? The _______ body.


Can one become a member of the Baptist BODY of believers by attending and obeying the teachings of the Catholic Church? _______.


Can one become a member of the Methodist BODY of believers by attending and obeying the teachings of the 7th Day Adventist Church? _______.


Thus, we see that there are many man-made BODIES, and all of them are different.


Yet, the Bible says God has ONLY ________ BODY [church] (Ephesians 4:4).
Jesus is the HEAD of His _______ (Ephesians 1:22), but...


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Catholic Church?

Answer: Boniface III (606 AD) 


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Moravian Church?

Answer: John Hus (1457)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Lutheran Church?

Answer: Martin Luther (1517)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the church of England/Anglican/Episcopal Church?

Answer: King Henry VIII (1534)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Presbyterian Church?

Answer: John Knox (1560)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Baptist Church?

Answer: John Smyth (1609)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Methodist Church?

Answer: John & Charles Wesley (1739)


Who is the head (or BUILDER) of the Mormon (LDS) Church?

Answer: Joseph Smith Jr. (1830)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the 7th Day Adventist Church?

Answer: Ellen G. White (1863)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Salvation Army Church?

Answer: William Booth (1865)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Jehovah Witness Church?

Answer: Charles Taze Russell (1876)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Christian Science Church?

Answer: Mary Baker Eddy (1879)


Who is the head or (BUILDER) of the Pentecostal Church?

Answer: Charles Parham (1900)


NOTE: Do a Google search to find the head or (BUILDER) and date of any of the more than 600 man-made Churches.


Conclusion: Since Jesus is the Head and Savior of only ONE BODY - HIS BODY - THE CHURCH (Acts 4:12) can you be saved and have the hope of Eternal Life

in a man-made body with a man-made head or (BUILDER)? _______.





The Bible says, "For as we have _______ members in _______ body...So we, being _______, are _______ body in Christ" (Romans 12:4-5).


In truth, there are MANY members all over the world in the ONE BODY of Christ.


Most of you reading these things THINK or HAVE BEEN TAUGHT that you are a member of Christ's ONE BODY.    

But, the question is, "How Does One Become a Member of God's ONE BODY or ONE CHURCH?"


The simplest and most direct answer is found in ACTS 2:47.


That passage says, "The Lord _______ to the church daily such as should be saved."


Since the Lord ADDS only the SAVED to HIS CHURCH, a WISE person will study the New Testament to learn of God's Plan of Salvation.


One must be "_______  _______" to see the kingdom (OR CHURCH) of God (John 3:3; cf. Matthew 16:18-19).


One must "be born of _______ and the _______" to ENTER into (BE ADDED TO) the kingdom (OR CHURCH) of God (John 3:5; cf. Colossians 1:13).


One is saved or FORGIVEN of sins when he believes, _______ and is ________" (Acts 2:38; cf. Mark 16:16).


Since a person is saved at the point of water baptism, the Lord ADDS him to His One Body or CHURCH at the point of water baptism.


PROOF: "For by one Spirit are we all ________ into one _______" (1 Corinthians 12:13).

 No matter what you have believed or have been taught in the past, the Bible says that every penitent believer is BORN AGAIN or SAVED

(has his sins washed away or forgiven - Acts 22:16) at the point of water ____________ (1 Peter 3:20-21). 


No, it is NOT the water that takes away our sins, but it is the ___________ of Jesus (Matthew 26:28).


Therefore, the WHAT of salvation or forgiveness is the BLOOD; the WHEN of salvation or forgiveness is water BAPTISM.


At that point in your salvation, the LORD ADDS you to (you are baptized into) HIS BODY - HIS CHURCH.


If you were baptized MISTAKENLY thinking you had already been born again or saved (before your baptism), or if you have never been baptized (immersed in water)

with the proper understanding that it is to wash your sins away by the blood of Jesus, then please repent of your error and obey God

by being immersed properly before it is everlastingly to late (cf. 2 Thessalonians 1:6-10).


Conclusion: Remember that Christ "loved the ______, and gave himself up for ______" (Ephesians 5:25).


Will you allow Him to ADD you to IT? _______.





Paul wrote: "There is ONE BODY, and ONE SPIRIT, even as ye are called in ONE HOPE of your calling; ONE LORD, ONE FAITH, ______ BAPTISM,

ONE GOD and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all" (Ephesians 4:4-6).


Do you believe there is only One Spirit, One Lord and One God? __________.


If so, it should NOT be a hard thing to also believe there is only One body, One hope, One faith and ___________ baptism. (Ephesians 4:5).
Before the inspired apostle Paul penned the above words (about A.D. 62) there were various baptisms.


Notice the following three examples:

{1} "The baptism of repentance for the remission of sins" administered by ______ (Mark 1:4-5).


{2} Jesus Himself was immersed in water, but His baptism was UNIQUE.


Since Jesus was "without _______" (Hebrews 4:15), He was NOT baptized with "the baptism of repentance for the remission of sins," as in the case of others John baptized.


WHY, then, was Jesus baptized by John?


Answer: "To _______ all righteousness" (Matthew 3:13-15; cf. Psalms 119:172).


{3} The baptism of the Holy _________, which was promised to the apostles (Acts 1:5).


Holy Spirit baptism was administered by the Lord, and was a PROMISE, NOT a COMMAND.


No one was ever COMMANDED to be baptized with the Holy Spirit for any purpose.


Holy Spirit baptism was NEVER intended for all believers of all ages.


No one today should expect to receive a baptism in the Holy Spirit, nor does anyone living TODAY have the Holy Spirit in His miraculous measure (cf. John 3:34).
Having served their various purposes, the above three baptisms were phased out by God

before Paul taught that there is now only "_______ baptism" (Ephesians 4:5).


After the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of our LORD, Jesus gave the worldwide and age lasting commission to "_________ the gospel to every creature" (Mark 16:15).


In this Great Commission, He COMMANDED His followers to ___________ the taught in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost" (Matthew 28:19).


A man cannot baptize another person with the Holy Spirit, but he can obey Christ and baptize a taught penitent believer in water.


Therefore, water ______________ is the ONE BAPTISM spoken of by Paul in Ephesians 4:5.


The Bible makes it plain that the ONE baptism is an immersion or burial in _________ (Acts 8:36-39).


Peter COMMANDED the Jews on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:38-41), as well as the Gentile household of Cornelius to be __________ in water (Acts 10:47-48).


In his first epistle, WHAT did Peter say SAVED Noah and his family?


Answer: He said those "eight souls were saved by __________; the like figure where unto even baptism doth also now __________ us" (1 Peter 3:20-21).


The Hebrew writer, in alluding to water immersion, says that Christians have had their

"hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and (their) bodies washed with pure __________" (Hebrews 10:22).
Again, the One baptism is an immersion in water, "for the remission of _______ " (Acts 2:38).


By WHAT are our sins washed away?


Answer: The ________ of Jesus (Revelation 1:5).                                                    


WHEN are our sins washed away by the BLOOD of Jesus?


Answer: When we are ____________ (immersed) in water (Acts 22:16).


The One baptism puts a person into ________ (Galatians 3:27).


Only IN Christ do we have the promises of "_____________ of sins" (Colossians 1:14), salvation (2 Timothy 2:10) and ________ life (1 John 5:11).
The One baptism completes our initial OBEDIENCE to the Gospel (cf. Romans 10:16; 2 Thessalonians 1:8; 1 Corinthians 15:1-4).


It symbolizes our DEATH to sin, BURIAL into Christ's death (where He shed His blood - John 19:33-34), and our RESURRECTION to "walk in __________ of life" (Romans 6:2-4).


God's ONE baptism is NOT a promise, but a COMMAND for man to obey (Acts 10:48; 22:16).


Today, there is only _______ baptism (Ephesians 4:5), and that is an immersion in water

for the remission of sins by the blood of Jesus (cf. Matthew 26:28).

Conclusion: The baptism of the Holy Spirit was a PROMISE (NOT a command) to the apostles.


It was administered by Christ.


The baptism administered by John was INVALIDATED by the baptism of the Great Commission (as Paul taught the Ephesians - Acts 19:4-5).


What then is the ONE baptism COMMANDED by Jesus, ADMINISTERED by man, and VALID for all sinners until the end of the age?


Answer: W__________ baptism (Acts 8:36-39).





Many FALSE TEACHERS deceptively say one is SAVED "by faith only" (before water baptism).


However, the Bible plainly says a man is NOT justified (or saved) by __________ only (James 2:24).


Who will you believe; the words of a false teacher or the word of God?

As for me and my house, we will believe the word of ________!


The Holy Spirit says that both repentance and baptism are for the forgiveness of sins (Acts 2:38).


Can one be saved if his sins are NOT forgiven? ________.


If one does NOT repent, he will ________ (Luke 13:3).


This proves that man's faith must move him to repent (change his mind about living in sin) to accept God's grace.


Likewise, "Baptism doth also now ________ us" (1 Peter 3:21).


Again, we see that man's faith must move him to be baptized (immersed in water) to accept God's grace. 


NOTE: God is no respecter of persons (Acts 10:34).


What He requires of a Jewish person for salvation He also requires of a Gentile (non-Jew).


Jesus made it plain when He said, "He that believeth and is baptized shall be _______" (Mark 16:16).


Therefore, SALVATION occurs at the point of water___________.


Ananias said to a believing penitent Saul, "Arise, and be baptized, and _______ away thy sins" (Acts 22:16).


In like manner, Peter told believers to "Repent, and be baptized...for the _________ of sins" (Acts 2:38).


Therefore, FORGIVENESS OF SINS occurs at the point of water baptism.


Again, Peter told believers to "Repent, and be the name of Jesus Christ...and ye shall receive the gift of the _______ Ghost" (Acts 2:38).


Therefore, God's Holy Spirit INDWELLS a person when he is _____________ in water for the forgiveness of sins.

All spiritual blessings in heavenly places are in _____________ (Ephesians 1:3).


But how does one get into Christ?


The New Testament does NOT teach that we believe INTO Christ, or that we repent INTO Christ, or that we confess INTO Christ.


However, it does plainly teach that we are "___________ INTO Jesus Christ" (Romans 6:3).


Paul taught, "For as many of you as have been baptized _______ Christ have put on Christ" (Galatians 3:27).


Therefore, one gets INTO Christ at the point of water baptism.


The person who has been baptized INTO Christ has been blessed by God with "all __________ blessings in heavenly places" (Ephesians 1:3).


Therefore, the reception of all God's SPIRITUAL BLESSINGS happens at the point of water baptism.
The Holy Spirit teaches throughout the New Testament that one MUST be baptized in water (cf. Matthew 28:19; John 3:5; Colossians 2:12).


Thus, the Bible says, "For by one Spirit are we all baptized into one _________" (1 Corinthians 12:13).


In other words, it is "by the One Spirit" (by the teachings of the Holy Spirit) that one is baptized into the One Body or church.


Therefore, one gets into the church or the ONE body of Christ at the point of water baptism.

Conclusion: Man IS saved or justified by ___________ (Romans 5:1), but NOT by faith alone or "faith only."


Above we've learned that when a believer repents and is baptized he has his sins forgiven or is SAVED (Acts 2:38).


The Lord then adds that saved soul to His _________ or ONE body (Acts 2:47).





After the Ethiopian was baptized (immersed), "he went on his way ____________" (Acts 8:39).


The same is true for the Philippian jailer.


After his baptism, he "__________, believing in God with all his house" (Acts 16:34).


Therefore, REJOICING follows baptism.


In fact, after Jesus ascended into Heaven and after the Lord's church was begun on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2), there is no record in the New Testament

of anyone ever rejoicing (because of the forgiveness of his sins) UNTIL AFTER HE WAS BAPTIZED.


When one is BURIED with Christ by baptism, like Christ, he is raised up by the glory of the Father "to walk in newness of _________" (Romans 6:4).


When one is baptized INTO Christ, he becomes "a _______ creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become ________" (2 Corinthians 5:17).


Therefore, the NEW LIFE in Christ follows baptism.

The facts of the Gospel show that "Christ died for our _______ ...he was buried, and he rose again the third day" (1 Corinthians 15:3-4).


Do you love him for having done so? _______.


If you love Him, will you keep His ________________? (John 14:15) _______.


He COMMANDS you to repent and be _______ (immersed in water) to have your ______ washed away by His blood, to be saved,

to receive the _______ of the Holy Spirit, to get into _______, and to be added to the church or _______ of Christ.


Then you can _______ as you walk in newness of life and enjoy the promises of all God's spiritual _______.





Unlike the foolish man, a wise man will hear God's word and _________ what it says (Matthew 7:24-27).


WHY? Because only those who DO God's _______ will enter into the kingdom of Heaven (Matthew 7:21).


Jesus is the author of eternal __________ to all them that _______ Him (Hebrews 5:9).


He therefore asked, "And why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and ______ not the things which I say?" (Luke 6:46).


If you now know the good or right thing to DO and you do NOT do it, to you it is _____ (James 4:17).


Please write your first name before the following question: _________, why are you waiting? "arise, and be ________, and wash away thy ______,

calling on the name of the Lord" (Acts 22:16).


When is the day of salvation? _________ (2 Corinthians 6:2).


When should you obey Christ? _______.


Please contact us or someone from the churches of Christ in your community.


We will gladly assist you in obeying the Lord.


Conclusion: Loved ones, we have given you the TRUTH in ___________ (Ephesians 4:15), and tried our best to show you the WAY to salvation (John 14:6).


We hope we have NOT become your __________ for having done so (Galatians 4:16).


You must now choose to receive, believe and obey the truth (cf. Acts 17:11-12), or to resist the Holy Ghost (cf. Acts 7:51-53) as most people in the world are doing (cf. Matthew 7:13-14).


Our prayer is that you will choose ___________ (Deuteronomy 30:19).      



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