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    1.) In his second letter to the Corinthians, Paul explained why the gospel is veiled to some people. Why is that?
           They do not understand Greek and they don't trust the translations.
           They are fools and they do not believe there is a God.
           Satan (the god of this world) has blinded their minds.
           They are simple-minded people.

    2.) To the Romans (chapter 10), Paul quoted an Old Testament prophet who said, "How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings." Who was he quoting?
           King David

    3.) Also in his letter to the Romans, Paul wrote, "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to..."
           everyone that believes it.
           the Greeks.
           the Jews.

    4.) In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul wrote of Christian life using the allegory of a soldier. What part of the armor did he describe the gospel as?
           a helmet
           a breastplate
           a sword

    5.) When he wrote to the Galatians, Paul told them, "But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him..."
           go to the temple for the priest to pronounce him clean.
           be able to give an account of it.
           think again.
           be cursed.

    6.) Paul reminded the Corinthians that they should continue to believe the gospel that he had preached to them, otherwise what was the result?
           God would consign them to hell.
           They had believed in vain.
           Wolves would come to them in sheep's clothing.
           They would never finish paying for themselves to be released from purgatory.

    7.) Paul asked the Ephesians to pray for him that he might...
           endure hardship for the sake of the gospel.
           be a worthy preacher of the gospel.
           boldly make known the mystery of the gospel.
           not forsake the good news of the gospel.

    8.) Paul told the Philippians, "I want you to know, dear brothers and sisters, that the things that happened to me..."
           have helped to spread the gospel.
           have hindered the spread of the gospel.
           have made me doubt the power of the gospel.
           have made it impossible for me to spread the gospel.

    9.) Paul told the Colossians what would happen, "If ye continue in the faith grounded and settled, and be not moved away from the hope of the gospel, which ye have heard." What would happen?
           They would be ushered into a netherworld to await judgment.
           They would be persecuted to the far corners of the whole world.
           They would be holy and blameless as they stand before God without fault.
           They would have to ask their relatives to pay indulgences for them.

    10.) Paul told the Thessolonians, "For our gospel came not unto you in word only,..."
           but also in power.
           but in the Holy Ghost.
           but in much assurance.
           All of the above.

    11.) Paul explained to Timothy what the coming of Jesus Christ did. What was that?
           Abolished death.
           Brought life.
           Brought immortality.
           All of the above.

    12.) Paul encouraged Timothy to remember two things about Jesus that were included in his presentation of the gospel. What were they?
           He was born into David's lineage, and He was raised from the dead.
           He obeyed His mother and Joseph, and He didn't cheat on His tithes.
           He never said a cross word, and He loved the little children.
           He healed the sick and He raised the dead.

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