Study Guide: Acts of the Apostles

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Lesson 26

Reading: The Acts of the Apostles, pp. 529-38; 2 Peter

1. What household article for climbing does Ellen White use to illustrate Christian progress as presented in Peter’s second epistle (529:1-530:1)?
 
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2. List the rounds of the ladder the Christian must climb (530:1).
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b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
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3. What is the ultimate goal of character development for the Christian (530:2)?
 
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4. How are God’s people made complete (530:2)?
a.
b.
c.
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5. What can a true knowledge of God accomplish (531:0)?
a.
b.
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6. How can the Christian attain to perfection of character (531:2)?
 
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7. In the plan of salvation, what is the responsibility of the Christian (532:1)?
 
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8. What happens if we try to climb the Christian ladder while losing sight of Jesus (532:3-533:0)?
 
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9. What eliminates the possibility of failure in the Christian’s experience (533:1)?
 
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10. What convincing evidence of the certainty of our hope do we possess (534:3-535:0)?
 
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11. At what point in time was Peter placed under arrest by Nero (537:1)?
 
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12. Why did Peter request to be crucified with his head downward (537:2-538:0)?
 
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Thought Question: Upon which round of the ladder of Christian progress are you presently standing?

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