Quizzing: Romans 1

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Quizzing: Romans 1
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  1. Who was set apart for the gospel of God?
    Paul.
  2. Through whom did God promise the gospel beforehand?
    His prophets.
  3. How did God promise the gospel beforehand?
    Holy Scriptures.
  4. Through whom was Jesus Christ appointed the Son of God?
    The Spirit of Holiness.
  5. What comes from faith?
    Obedience.
  6. From what does obedience come?
    Faith.
  7. To whom are you also called to belong?
    Jesus Christ.
  8. Who are among those Gentiles who are called to belong to Jesus Christ?
    You (all in Rome who are loved by God and called to be his holy people).
  9. To whom is grace and peace?
    All in Rome who are loved by God and called to be his holy people.
  10. Whom does Paul thank through Jesus Christ for all of you?
    His God.
  11. Where is your faith being reported?
    All over the world.
  12. Who constantly remembers you in his prayers at all times?
    Paul.
  13. How does Paul constantly remember you?
    In his prayers at all times.
  14. When does Paul constantly remember you in his prayers?
    At all times.
  15. Who prays that now at last by God's will the way may be opened for him to come to you?
    Paul.
  16. Who longs to see you?
    Paul.
  17. By what may you and Paul be mutually encouraged?
    Each other's faith.
  18. How may you and Paul be mutually encouraged?
    By each other's faith.
  19. Among whom has Paul had a harvest?
    The other Gentiles.
  20. Who has had a harvest among the other Gentiles?
    Paul.
  21. What has Paul been prevented from doing until now?
    Coming to you (all in Rome who are loved by God and called to be his holy people).
  22. To whom is Paul obligated?
    Both to the Greeks and the non-Greeks, both to the wise and the foolish.
  23. Who is obligated both to Greeks and non-Greeks, both to the wise and the foolish?
    Paul.
  24. What is Paul so eager to preach also to you who are in Rome?
    The gospel.
  25. To whom is Paul so eager to preach the gospel?
    You who are in Rome.
  26. Of what is Paul not ashamed?
    The gospel.
  27. What brings salvation to everyone who believes?
    The Power of God OR the gospel.
  28. Who will live by faith?
    The righteous.
  29. Who supress the truth by their wickedness?
    People.
  30. Why is the wrath of God being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people?
    Since what may be known about God is plain to them (because God has made it plain to them).
  31. Who has made what may be known about God plain to them?
    God.
  32. What has God made plain to people?
    What may be known about God.
  33. Why have God's invisible qualities been clearly seen?
    So that people are without excuse.
  34. How have God's eternal power and divine nature been seen?
    Clearly (being understood from what has been made).
  35. To whom did people not give thanks?
    God.
  36. Whose foolish hearts were darkened?
    People's.
  37. Who became fools?
    People.
  38. What did people claim to be?
    Wise.
  39. What were made to look loke a mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles?
    Images exchanged for the glory of the immortal God.
  40. Like what were the images made to look?
    A mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles.
  41. With whom did people degrade their bodies?
    One another.
  42. Who is forever praised?
    The Creator.
  43. Who gave people over to shameful lusts?
    God.
  44. With whom did men commit shaneful acts?
    Other men.
  45. What did men receive in themselves?
    The due penalty for their error.
  46. Whose knowledge did they not think it worthwhile to maintain?
    The knowledge of God.
  47. Who gave them over to a depraved mind?
    God.
  48. Of what are they full?
    Envy, murdur, strife, deceit, and malice.
  49. Whom do they disobey?
    Their parents.
  50. Who deserve death?
    Those who do such things.

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