Acts of the Apostles -- Study Guide


Lesson 23

Reading: The Acts of the Apostles, pp. 469-84; Colossians; Philippians

1. Give Paul’s credentials as an inspired writer (469:1).
AA-SG 50.1

2. What special help can be found in Paul’s epistles (471:0)?
AA-SG 50.2

3. What was Paul’s desire for the believers in Colosse (471:1)
AA-SG 50.3

4. What spiritual possibility is held out to the children of God (471:2)?
AA-SG 50.4

5. What still proves to be a greater danger to the church than persecution (473:3-474:0)?
AA-SG 50.5

6. What is the standard of truth (474:0, 2-475:0)?
AA-SG 50.6

7. What is the fruit of higher criticism (474:1)?
AA-SG 50.7

8. What is the fruit of spiritualism (474:1)?
AA-SG 50.8

9. By what means is the image of Christ recreated within the human being (475:1, 2)?
AA-SG 50.9

10. When we become members of the spiritual kingdom, what opposition and difficulties may we expect (477:0)?
AA-SG 50.10

11. List the spiritual insights that can be gained from Paul’s epistle to the Colossians (477:2-478:3).
AA-SG 51.1

12. Name another epistle that was written by Paul from Rome (479:1).
AA-SG 51.2

13. How did God reveal His way of working with His children through Paul’s experience (481:1)?
AA-SG 51.3

14. Why is it necessary for human beings and God to work together in the plan of salvation (482:1-483:2)?
AA-SG 51.4

15. What was Paul’s aim and all-absorbing motive in his ministry (483:3-484:0)?
AA-SG 51.5

Thought Question: What changes in your life would finally give to you the same aim and motive that filled Paul’s life?

AA-SG 51.6