THIS present examination is given to help you continue to BETTER UNDERSTAND your Bible.

You are once again reading the ten-page QUESTION SECTION. It CONTAINS the INSTRUCTIONS and the QUESTIONS you will be asked. Note that there are 79 questions and that they are numbered consecutively 1, 2, 3 etc. Note also that there are FOUR possible answers given under EACH question. These are labeled A, B, C, D. ONLY ONE OF THESE FOUR POSSIBLE ANSWERS IS THE RIGHT ONE! -- the other three are false UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.


You are to repeat this process for each of the questions asked. This comprises your test. (Generally speaking, the INCORRECT answers are FALSE ideas which are taught and believed about the subject.)

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Handle your answer card carefully at all times. A SMOOTH CARD aids us in grading.

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The final judge as to whether you KNOW your Bible and are LIVING by it will be God Himself. HE IS THE ONE YOU HAD BETTER SEEK TO PLEASE -- NOT US. It is HE who is able to give you eternal life.

Your eagerness to continue your study and to utilize every opportunity is what really counts. The exact grade you make is not too important to you or to us. Naturally, however, we expect a somewhat high percentage of correct answers from you. YOUR ANSWER CARD WILL BE GIVEN AN EXACT GRADE -- 95% or 89% or whatever it may be. IT WILL BE RETURNED TO YOU.

Those who do not send in answers to the tests, or those who show by a very low number of correct answers that they are not particularly interested, will naturally be dropped, from the Course.

Answer as many questions as you can without referring to the previous lessons you have studied. If you find any difficult questions, then REFER TO THE LESSONS. We expect you to do so!

Notice that these questions are divided into four parts -- corresponding to the last four lessons. We advise you not to cover more than one lesson at a sitting. Take sufficient time to understand each question.

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Read the FIRST QUESTION of this test. The right answer to select this time is "C." Now look at your answer card -- observe the "X" in the square TO THE RIGHT of Question 1, and UNDER C. It is already correctly marked for you!

Here is the second example: Notice question number 2 on the next page. The correct answer is "B." Answer "B" is marked correctly for you! That is all there is to it! It is very simple and fast. The procedure for the other questions is the same. Now continue with question 3 in the same manner ...


1. Water Baptism

A. is merely a form of initiation into some church organization.

B. is not necessary before we can receive the power of the Holy Spirit.

C. is essential for our receiving the power of the Holy Spirit.

D. is a basic Bible doctrine which is clearly understood and practiced by all churches today.

2. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Christ proclaimed that only belief in Him is necessary to make a true Christian.

B. We must show proof of our belief and true repentance and desire to obey God by performing the outward sign of water baptism.

C. We need do nothing outwardly to prove our true repentance and desire to obey God.

D. On the day of Pentecost, the Apostle Peter shouted, "Repent, and be sprinkled!"

3. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. Noah demonstrated his faith -- his belief -- in God's promise of salvation from the flood by obeying God.

B. Because of Noah's obedience God, by water, raised him out of a sinful world which was destroyed.

C. The water of baptism cannot save us from our sins, only the power of God's Holy Spirit can save; but it is our repentant and obedient attitude of heart which we express when we SUBMIT to baptism that God looks for and accepts.

D. The story of Noah and the flood is not used by God as a type of water baptism.

4. The Egyptian Pharaoh who pursued the children of Israel

A. was buried in the Red Sea, thus typifying the burial of our old carnal sinful self in the waters of New Testament baptism.

B. was saved spiritually since he was baptized in the Red Sea.

C. did not really drown in the Red Sea, but merely got stuck in the mud of a swamp land.

D. does not typify Satan and sin.

5. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. John administered the baptism of salvation.

B. God has never, at any time, called upon men to repent.

C. God will give us His Holy Spirit even if we do not repent.

D. John's baptism unto repentance EMPHASIZED the need of repentance.

6. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. The reason Christ was baptized was to set the example for His apostles only.

B. Baptism was commanded only for the time of Christ and the apostles.

C. Christ commanded baptism for all mankind in His final gospel commission to His apostles.

D. We may receive salvation today without being baptized.

7. Sprinkling and pouring

A. are forms of baptism which are just as acceptable to God as complete immersion in water.

B. are counterfeit modes of baptism which were introduced by men and not God.

C. are both mentioned in the Bible, therefore they are valid forms of baptism.

D. are the modes of baptism practiced by the true Church of God today.

8. The Greek word "baptizo," from which we derive "baptize," means

A. "to sprinkle."

B. "to pour."

C. anything we want it to mean.

D. "to immerse, plunge into, or put into."

9. John the Baptist and Philip went down INTO the water to baptize people

A. because it was easier to "sprinkle" water on the repentant while standing in the water.

B. because they enjoyed the invigorating feeling of the cold water.

C. because "pouring" required very much water.

D. because in this way it was easier to plunge and completely immerse -- baptize -- the repentant believers under the water.

10. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Baptism is just a ritual we submit to which has no real meaning for us.

B. A truly Spirit-led Christian is one who follows the dictates of his carnal mind one-half of the time.

C. One must FIGURATIVELY bury his old carnal sinful life in the waters of baptism to become a Spirit-led Christian.

D. In baptism, the actual water washes away the carnal nature.

11. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. The doctrine of baptism is too deep and spiritual for us to really understand its true meaning.

B. In the waters of baptism, our bodies are in a literal grave.

C. Once risen from the watery grave of baptism, we receive the power of God's indwelling Holy Spirit to enable us to keep our sinful carnal natures in subjection to God's Laws.

D. As true Christians, our mortal, sinful flesh must figuratively remain dead to sin while we yet live.

12. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. The Apostle Paul was actually crucified together with Christ on the cross.

B. After the old sinful Paul had been FIGURATIVELY crucified -- killed -- with Christ in baptism, the Holy Spiritual mind of Christ came to dwell in his mind to help him live an obedient life to God.

C. We don't need to have the mind of Christ to dwell in us by and through the Holy Spirit.

D. Christ completely possessed Paul by taking up residence in his body -- that is, Paul had no say whatever regarding his future actions.

13. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. Our baptism does not picture our DESIRE to destroy our old sinful and carnal way of life.

B. Our going down into the water of baptism pictures the death of Christ and the death of our old sinful self.

C. Our being buried in the water pictures Christ's burial and the burial of our old sinful life.

D. Our coming up out of the water pictures Christ's resurrection and our rising to a new and higher life of spiritual obedience to God through the power of the Holy Spirit.

14. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. The Bible says Jesus PERSONALLY baptized more people than John.

B. Christ's disciples baptized believers "in the name of Jesus Christ" -- that is, by Christ's authority or express permission -- FOR Christ.

C. Jesus' disciples baptized by their OWN authority.

D. Christ's disciples baptized in the name of their various church denominations.


A. to be baptized by their authority.

B. to be baptized by their express permission.

C. to be baptized "in the name of Jesus Christ."

D. to be baptized or immersed "INTO" the divine family NAME called God -- the Kingdom of God -- so that one may properly be called a "son of God," though NOT YET BORN of God's Spirit.

16. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. At present, the literal spiritual family of God consists of a "trinity" of three persons.

B. To have been baptized "into" the God family means that by this we are born into it.

C. To have been baptized "into" the name of the God family makes possible our receiving the Holy Spirit following baptism, thereby elevating us to the status of God's BEGOTTEN sons, though not yet born into the God family as spirit beings.

D. We only need to be baptized "in the name of Christ" in order to receive the Holy Spirit -- repentance is not necessary.

17. In order to become a member of the body of Christ -- that is, the true Church of God --

A. you must only be baptized.

B. you must shed a few tears, "accept" Christ, and shake the  preacher's hand.

C. you must "join it" by just sitting among its members when it assembles to worship God.

D. you must be PUT INTO it by God by His placing His Holy Spirit within you after baptism.

18. "The Baptism of the Holy Spirit"

A. is just a "religious sounding" phrase which has no special meaning for us today.

B. was only for the apostles and Christ.

C. is simply the RECEIVING of the Holy Spirit which automatically puts us -- immerses us -- into the body of Christ -- the true Church of God.

D. has nothing to do with being immersed, plunged into -- put into -- the true church.

19. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. The laying on of the hands of God's servants is not necessary at all for receiving the Holy Spirit.

B. God gives one His Holy Spirit through the laying on of the hands of His authorized servants.

C. The laying on of hands for receipt of the Holy Spirit does not illustrate the great power and authority God has vested in His True Church as His human agent.

D. It is all right for a person to decide for himself whether or not he wants the hands of God's servants laid on him for the receiving of the Holy Spirit.

20. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. Merely saying, "I accept Christ's shed blood and His death" is all you need do to receive the power of the Holy Spirit and eternal salvation.

B. Man desperately needs the powerful aid of God's Holy Spirit to obey His Laws and thus grow in God's holy character.

C. God's Holy Spirit is His free gift to us if we submit to His conditions of repentance, belief, and water baptism.

D. Water baptism should not be delayed -- it might be neglected until too late!

Avoid a COUNTERFEIT Baptism!

21. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Most churches today baptize their members in the exact manner God commands in the Bible.

B. The many doctrines of baptism practiced by this world's churches are scriptural, soundly and truly-based on the Bible.

C. The Bible teaches only one doctrine of baptism -- the true one -- all other ideas about baptism are of men and are thus false.

D. The world is not in confusion regarding baptism.

22. What does God demand of us before baptism?

A. Nothing in particular.

B. A six months trial period of living a spiritually obedient life.

C. A thorough understanding of all the spiritual truths taught in the Bible.

D. A COMPLETELY surrendered and repentant attitude -- that's all.

23. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Christ instructed His disciples to first teach the repentant all the various commandments in the Bible and then baptize them.

B. Jesus taught His disciples to preach the gospel, baptize repentant believers, and then teach them all things that God commands.

C. One should have a college education in Bible knowledge in order to know how to repent and be baptized into Christ.

D. One must be spiritually perfect before he is baptized.

24. How soon must repentant people be baptized?

A. No one can know, for no specific examples are given in the Bible.

B. They can delay baptism as long as they want to.

C. As soon as possible.

D. They must be baptized within 24 hours after their repentance.

25. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Infant baptism was taught by Christ and His apostles.

B. Infant baptism is necessary for salvation because all are born sinful, having "inherited" the original sin of Adam and Eve.

C. The Catholic Church "fathers" had nothing to do with the spreading of the false doctrine of infant baptism.

D. Infant baptism is a doctrine of men which was inspired by pagan Egyptian beliefs and practices.

26. Infant baptism is wrong

A. because it is a mockery of the teachings of God's Bible -- newly born infants cannot repent or believe since they can't even begin to think for themselves yet.

B. because nowhere in the world is infant baptism taught.

C. because it would be injurious to the infant's health.

D. because baptism is not required of any people of any age.

27. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. A child is mature enough to repent and be baptized as soon as he can think for himself.

B. A child is mature enough at age twelve to be able to truly repent and continue growing spiritually.

C. The fact that Cornelius' "household" was baptized is positive proof that young children can and should be baptized.

D. There can be no absolute set rule about the proper age for baptism, for people mature at varying ages -- usually they are not ready under 21, and especially under 18, to make a decision and stay with it.

28. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. Nowhere in the Bible is there an example or command for baptizing infants or young children.

B. Jesus set us the example by baptizing infants and young children.

C. Jesus, by blessing little children, set an example for His true ministers to follow.

D. Children properly trained and instructed in the ways of God will, in most cases, come to real repentance and belief in Christ when they mature mentally.

29. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. The majority of people baptized by the world's churches have truly repented.

B. Most sincere baptized churchgoers of the world are truly converted and growing in spiritual grace and knowledge.

C. There have been millions of false "conversions" because most baptized "Christians" have never even been taught by their ministers what God says sin is.

D. True conversion after baptism is rarely possible.

30. The "no works" baptism continues to be taught by Satan's ministers

A. because "the carnal mind is enmity to God" and hates Godly works.

B. because the inherent inborn good nature in people compels them to do the good works God requires.

C. because it is taught in the Bible.

D. because it will make this a better, more Godly world.

31. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. We should seek a special "spirit baptism" to be able to be heard in "unknown" tongues -- that is, "unknown" languages.

B. Speaking in "unknown" tongues is the only proof that one has received the Holy Spirit after water baptism.

C. The apostles spoke in "unknown" -- not understandable -- languages on the Day of Pentecost, 31 A.D.

D. The word "unknown" used in the Bible in connection with speaking in "tongues" -- languages -- has been ADDED by the translators and should not appear at all.

32. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Those who receive true spiritual gifts cannot intelligently control the use of them.

B. Tongues "seekers" at tarry meetings act in a way befitting a true spirit-led Christian.

C. The "tongues" spoken at tarry meetings are not true languages at all, but are vain babblings inspired by Satan's demons.

D. The "tongues" spoken at tarry meetings are highly refined and most edifying to all.

33. What is the Bible EVIDENCE of one's having received the baptism of GOD'S Spirit?

A. No change in character.

B. One's self-righteousness.

C. The showing of Godly "fruits" which the Holy Spirit manifests in one's life -- such as love, joy, peace.

D. The throwing of one's self into violent contortions and the screaming of hideous jibberish.

34. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. The "baptism with fire" is commanded for salvation.

B. The repentant should seek "baptism with fire."

C. Those who seek the baptism with fire realize what they are asking for.

D. The baptism with fire shall eternally burn up those who persistently continue to seek it.

35. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. The persistently unrepentant are compared to chaff which is to be burned -- baptized into a fiery eternal death -- at the

8 final judgment.

B. The persistently evil or unrepentant ones are compared to tares -- weeds -- which are to be eternally burned up.

C. The persistently unrepentant evil person is not compared to an unfruitful tree.

D. In a parable, Jesus compares the righteous people to wheat which will be harvested into His Kingdom at His second coming.

36. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. The Bible teaches that one person can be baptized for another person.

B. Baptism for a dead person is vain and ridiculous.

C. The flitting "spirits" of the unbaptized dead are very joyful and thankful when they learn the living are baptized on their behalf.

D. The doctrine of baptism for a dead person does not come to us from paganism.

37. What did the Apostle Paul mean when he spoke of being baptized for the dead in I Corinthians 15:29?

A. The context of the chapter shows Paul actually taught baptism in behalf of a dead person.

B. It is difficult to know exactly what he meant.

C. The Greek language and the surrounding material in the chapter plainly show Paul spoke of one's being baptized while living with the HOPE of this aiding their being resurrected from the dead some day.

D. It is impossible to know -- even verses within this chapter do not give us the answer.

38. What is the hope of the dead?

A. Who knows, for the dead cannot tell us.

B. The hope of having someone baptized for them.

C. The hope of going to heaven.

D. The hope of a resurrection to immortality from the dead -- which hope they had when alive.

39. Who has authority to baptize people?

A. Anyone who takes the authority to himself.

B. Only those servants who are sent by the true Church of God -- the Church Christ established and gave authority to baptize.

C. No one really has such authority.

D. It is not made clear in Scripture.

40. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. We should consider it is Christ who is baptizing us when it is done by one sent by His Church.

B. To insure an acceptable baptism in God's sight, it is advisable to be personally baptized by Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong.

C. We should be baptized again if the one who baptized us turns away from God's truth.

D. Since all men are imperfect, we can't trust anyone to properly baptize us.

41. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. It is vital to counsel with God's representatives about true repentance and baptism.

B. Once you truly repent, and realize your need of baptism,  you should write to Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong immediately to be visited by one of our baptizing tours.

C. If there is any doubt in your mind about the validity of your past baptism and conversion, write Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong for a personal conference with one of God's representatives.

D. If one has merely seen the "argument" of the doctrine of baptism proven, but hasn't really repented, then he should write to Mr. Armstrong and ask to be visited.

Rest on Gods SABBATH Day!

42. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. True Christians have no sign by which God may recognize them as His own.

B. It makes no difference what day of the week one keeps.

C. One must keep the Sabbath to be saved.

D. One must keep Sunday to be saved.

43. The keeping of the Sabbath rest pictures

A. the rest which eternal death gives.

B. the rest we may have in God's Kingdom in efficient spirit bodies.

C. nothing at all -- it is only a senseless command which must be obeyed.

D. a future life of complete idleness and ease.

44. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. By their nature, it is natural for people to want to keep the Sabbath.

B. By nature, it is not natural for people to want to keep the Sabbath.

C. Failure to keep the Sabbath reveals an attitude of love toward God.

D. We can do as we carnally wish on the Sabbath.

45. The Sabbath rest was brought into existence by

A. a decree of the Roman Catholic Church.

B. a decree of the Protestant Church.

C. a decree of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

D. God, Himself, resting on the 7th creation day.

46. The Sabbath

A. is twenty-four hours long.

B. is sixteen hours long.

C. is twelve hours long.

D. is six hours long.

47. God's weekly Sabbath Day corresponds to

A. Monday.

B. Wednesday.

C. Saturday.

D. Sunday.

48. The word "sanctify" means to set apart for

A. any purpose man wishes.

B. the purpose the Catholic Church wishes.

C. the holy purpose God wishes.

D. no special purpose at all.

49. God rested on the 7th day -- the Sabbath day -- as an example  to man that man should

A. work as hard as he can on the Sabbath.

B. rest on Sunday.

C. also rest on this particular day.

D. disregard His example.

50. The Sabbath was created by God for

A. only the Jews.

B. only the Gentiles.

C. only the Chinese.

D. all mankind.

51. God desires that His Sabbath Day be used by us for

A. going fishing.

B. going out on a big club party.

C. study, meditation, and catching up on little odd jobs that need to be done around the house.

D. Bible study, meditation, prayer, and rest.

52. Sabbath-keeping is a "sign" because

A. it constantly identifies God to us as the Creator of all things.

B. it constantly reminds us that man evolved from a monkey.

C. it reminds us that we can ignore God with impunity.

D. it reminds us that there is no God.

53. The keeping of the Sabbath by the Old Covenant Israelites was to remind them that

A. they were to go to heaven and fly around in idleness and ease.

B. they were to be made holy and were to lead the world to the same conditions of holiness.

C. they could pay no attention to God but just go on doing whatever they wanted to do.

D. they were not to become a nation of priests.

54. Today, are we who have become spiritual Israelites through Christ, to carry out the commission that Old Covenant Israel failed to do?

A. Yes, and the keeping of the Sabbath is to remind us, too, of this.

B. No.

C. Perhaps.

D. No, for it would not further God's coming Kingdom.

55. Does keeping the Sabbath keep us in mind of our Creator, our mission, and our destiny?

A. No, how could it?

B. God keeps us ignorant regarding all these things.

C. Yes, for a just and loving God keeps us informed of the part He intends man to play in His great plan.

D. Perhaps.

56. The way we show God that we bear the Sabbath "sign" is

A. to carry a little card in our pocket so stating.

B. to carry a little banner that says we do.

C. to rest and draw close to God each Sabbath Day.

D. to go constantly to a church that rests on the Sabbath but does not keep God's other commandments.

57. Does God have a Time Plan?

A. No, for in the first place there is no God.

B. Preposterous! For everyone knows we go directly to Heaven when we die so there is no necessity for a time plan.

C. Perhaps.

D. He certainly does.

58. For creating all the yielding of mankind into very Gods like Himself, God has set a period of

A. 6,000 years.

B. 6,000 years followed by an additional 1000 year "millennial" period -- a total of 7,000 years.

C. -- He has not limited Himself to any particular period of time.

D. -- who can know?

59. The time we have left in which to bring all our daily actions into accord with the Commandments of God before Christ comes is

A. extremely short!

B. limitless.

C. unimportant to know.

D. unknown.

60. One who persists in keeping Sunday as the day of rest and persistently refuses to keep the Sabbath, will

A. be praised by God for doing so.

B. suffer eternal death.

C. suffer very little.

D. be tormented for ages and ages in a fiery hell.

61. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Carnal-natured people love to keep the Sabbath.

B. We are not being put to God's supreme test in our keeping of the Sabbath.

C. We must keep the Sabbath as a rest day or never be fashioned into spirit beings.

D. Faith to know that all will turn out for the best if you keep the Sabbath is not necessary.

62. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. We will have God's divine support if we run into trouble in trying to keep the Sabbath.

B. God will hear our prayers when we come boldly to Him for aid.

C. We are to ask God for more faith to keep the Sabbath.

D. It does not require faith to keep the Sabbath.

The SABBATH is the Most IMPORTANT Day!

63. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. One day of our week is no more important to God than any of the others.

B. The Sabbath is God's supreme day of the week.

C. The Sabbath commemorates no great change that God is bringing about within us.

D. We have no particular reason to rejoice in keeping the Sabbath Day.

64. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Many people knew the exact location of the seventh day  Sabbath in the week at the time God created it, but God soon allowed its exact location to be lost until Christ came.

B. The week -- six days followed by the exactly placed seventh day, the Sabbath, has remained unaltered from creation.

C. Truly religious men between the flood of Noah's time and the coming of Christ never kept the Sabbath.

D. None of the heathen who lived between the flood of Noah's time and the time of Christ knew of the true Sabbath Day.

65. After God created the Sabbath for man to keep

A. He lost all interest in whether man would keep it or not.

B. He decided He would not require man to keep it because it would require too much hard labor from man to do so.

C. He realized that Sabbath-keeping by man would accomplish no useful purpose.

D. He performed a great series of miracles extending over a period of 40 years to insure that man would keep it.

66. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. Christ, the son of God, could have "got by" and been transformed into the Kingdom of God without keeping the Sabbath Day while He was on earth.

B. Christ attended church on the seventh day.

C. Christ attended church on the Sabbath Day.

D. Christ never attended church on the first day of the week.

67. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. Christ kept the Sabbath only after He was a man, so young people need not keep the Sabbath.

B. Christ was not an example to us that we should keep the Sabbath as He did.

C. God has left no examples in the Bible for us that we should keep the Sabbath as Christ did.

D. Christ is our living example that all should keep the Sabbath as He did.

68. After Christ's death we find

A. no Biblical examples that we today should keep the Sabbath.

B. only the examples of the Apostles -- and not the Church -- that we should keep the Sabbath and not Sunday.

C. Biblical examples of the Sabbath being kept by the Apostles and the New Testament Church -- examples to us that we today also should keep the Sabbath.

D. Christ's Apostles all keeping Sunday.

69. The Bible shows that the Sabbath Day -- Saturday, the seventh day -- is to be kept by

A. the Baptists only.

B. the Methodists only.

C. the whole world.

D. the (Radio) Church of God only.

70. If you have the same "one mind" of the Holy Spirit within you which Christ and the Apostles had, you will

A. be keeping the Sabbath just as Christ and His Apostles did.

B. not be keeping the Sabbath.

C. be in great confusion as to just which day to keep.

D. refuse to keep the Sabbath.

71. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. Sabbath-breaking is soon to bring the curse of captivity upon many Israelitish nations.

B. True Christians should follow -- imitate -- the examples set by their neighbors who keep Sunday.

C. True Christians follow -- imitate -- the Sabbath-keeping examples set by Christ.

D. When the Jews got together again after they had been separated for hundreds of years they found that they were still all keeping the Sabbath Day.

72. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. We are to worry what will happen to us financially if we decide to keep the Sabbath.

B. We are not to take any anxious thought over what will happen to us financially if we decide to turn ourselves resolutely to the keeping of the Sabbath.

C. The Bible teaches that we are to be in such a quandary that we will make no decision at all whether or not to keep the Sabbath.

D. The Bible does not teach us to curb our anxious thoughts of what might happen to us physically if we turn to obeying God.

73. What spiritual blessings may be ours if we have the Sabbath "sign" of obedience to God?

A. We just go to heaven and lie around -- everyone "knows" that, for it is taught everywhere.

B. God does not promise us anything that will bring us close to Him.

C. God promises us a new name, positions of rulership, a place in His temple and a place within the new Jerusalem.

D. God keeps us in the dark as to these matters.

74. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. History shows that nothing has ever happened to people or nations when they did not keep God's Sabbath.

B. Punishment has happened but never has it been as severe as to take the lives of those who did not keep the Sabbath.

C. There is no way that we may know what might occur to those who refuse to keep the Sabbath.

D. Eternal death will occur to those who persistently refuse to keep the Sabbath.

75. Is it true that even Christ, Himself, had to keep the Sabbath -- the seventh day -- or die eternal death?

A. Yes.

B. No.

C. No, for God the Father would have made an exception in the case of His Son.

D. Possibly.

76. Should one prepare himself NOW for the eternal life he expects to live in the future?

A. No, for there is no hurry.

B. Emphatically yes.

C. No, for there is not a time just ahead when the true knowledge of salvation will be blacked out by evil forces of the world.

D. Yes, but Sabbath-keeping does not really help to prepare one for eternal life.

77. Which ONE of these four statements is FALSE?

A. Now that you are learning the truth from the Ambassador College Bible Correspondence Course you should continue your membership in the worldly church you were in before you started taking this course.

B. Regardless of whether you do or do not withdraw your membership from your former worldly church, you will continue to receive this course. The decision is yours to make.

C. If one remains in a worldly church, knowing that he is in a worldly church, he is disobeying the command given in Eph. 5:11.

D. One may fellowship God right in his own home on the Sabbath.

78. Is it all right for people in the true Church to gather to discuss the Bible without a trained minister?

A. Yes, if a person leads the group who is "smarter" than the rest.

B. No, it will only lead to division.

C. Yes, if the person who rises to lead the group has much worldly religious experience.

D. Yes, if the one who leads is a natural born leader.

79. Which ONE of these four statements is TRUE?

A. There are not many false ministers in the world today.

B. It's always easy to tell a true minister of God.

C. If one cannot fellowship other brethren in the true Church, it is best to give up all contact with the Bible and the literature of the true Church.

D. If you have completely and fully repented -- are willing to accept and act on each new proof as it is revealed to you -- it may be possible for you to meet with others of like faith.

Important! Have you filled in your name and address on your Test Card? If not, do so now! FINAL INSTRUCTIONS

You have now completed another test in this Course. MAIL YOUR ANSWER CARD BACK TO US. DO NOT FOLD OR WRINKLE YOUR ANSWER CARD UNNECESSARILY! -- it will help us immensely to speed up the grading of the THOUSANDS of tests.


KEEP THIS TEN-PAGE QUESTION SECTION. Note that it has three holes punched at its margin. FILE IT IN YOUR NOTEBOOK at the end of the lessons it covers. REVIEW these questions now and then. Why? Because the review will give you the opportunity to impress the true answers more firmly upon your mind.

Also, a review of the three false answers given here for each question will aid you to realize more clearly some of the FALSE ideas which you may have taken for granted. You will thereby grasp and retain the TRUTH much better when it is presented to you. -------------------------------------------------- ANSWERS

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