Quizzing: Romans 4

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Quizzing: Romans 4
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  1. Who is our forefather according to the flesh?
    Abraham.
  2. What if Abraham was justified by works?
    He had something to boast about--but not before God.
  3. Before whom did Abraham not have something to boast about?
    God.
  4. As to what was it credited to Abraham?
    Righteousness.
  5. Who believed God?
    Abraham.
  6. How are wages not credited to the one who works?
    As a gift.
  7. What are not credited as a gift to the one who works?
    Wages.
  8. Who justifies the ungodly?
    God.
  9. How does God credit righteousness?
    Apart from works.
  10. What are those whose trangressions aer forgiven?
    Blessed.
  11. What are those whose sins are covered?
    Blessed.
  12. What was not credited afer Abraham was circumcised?
    His faith.
  13. What was credited before Abraham was circumcised?
    Abraham's faith.
  14. What did Abramham have by faith?
    Righteousness.
  15. As what did Abraham receive circumcision?
    A sign.
  16. Who is also the father of the circumcised?
    Abraham.
  17. Who also follow in the footsteps of the faith that our father Abraham had before he was circumcised?
    The circumcised.
  18. By what does righteousness come?
    Faith.
  19. Through what did Abraham and his offspring not receive the promise that he would be heor of the world?
    The law.
  20. Through what did Abraham and his offspring receive the promise that he would be heir of the world?
    The righteousness that comes by faith.
  21. Why is the promise worthless if those who depend on the law are heirs?
    Because the law brings wrath.
  22. When is the promise worthless?
    If those who depend on the law are heirs.
  23. What is worthless if those who depend on the law are heirs?
    The promise.
  24. Where is there no transgression?
    Where their is no law.
  25. By what does the promise come?
    Faith.
  26. To whom may the promise be guarenteed?
    All Abraham's offspring (not only to those who are of the law but also to those who have the faith of Abraham).
  27. Of what has God made Abraham a father?
    Many nations.
  28. In what is Abraham our father?
    In the sight of God.
  29. In what did Abraham believe?
    In hope.
  30. How old was Abraham?
    About a hundred years.
  31. What was Abraham's body?
    As good as dead.
  32. Regarding what did Abraham not waver throgh unbelief?
    The promise of God.
  33. What did God have the power to do?
    What he had promised.
  34. What power did God have?
    The power to do what he had promised.
  35. How was it credited to Abraham?
    As righteousness.
  36. For whom were the words, "It was credited to him" written?
    Not for Abraham alone, but also for us.
  37. Whom did God raise from the dead?
    Jesus, Our Lord.
  38. From what did God raise Jesus, Our Lord?
    The dead.
  39. Why was Jesus raised to life?
    For our justification.
  40. For what was Jesus raised to life?
    Our justification.

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