Quizzing: Romans 9

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Quizzing: Romans 9
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  1. How does Paul speak the truth?
    In Christ.
  2. What confirms that Paul is not lying?
    His conscience.
  3. Who has great sorrow and unceasing anguish in his heart?
    Paul.
  4. What does Paul have in his heart?
    Great sorrow and unceasing anguish.
  5. For what could Paul wish that he himself were cursed and cut off from Christ?
    The sake of his people (those of his own race, the people of Israel).
  6. What could Paul wish?
    That he himself were cursed and cut off from Christ for the sake of his own people (those of his own race, the people of Israel).
  7. Whose are the covenants?
    The people of Israel's.
  8. Whose are the promises?
    The people of Israel's.
  9. Who is forever praised?
    The Messiah (who is God over all).
  10. Whose are the patriarchs?
    The people of Irsael's.
  11. What had God's word not done?
    Failed.
  12. What had not failed?
    God's word.
  13. As what are the children of the promise regarded?
    Abraham's offspring.
  14. Who are not God's children?
    The children by physical descent.
  15. What will Sarah have?
    A son.
  16. How was the promise stated?
    "At the appointed time I will return, and Sarah will have a son."
  17. When was Rebekah told: "The older will serve the younger."
    Before the twins were born or had done anything good or bad.
  18. Whose purpose in election might stand?
    God's.
  19. What might God's purpose in election do?
    Stand.
  20. Who will serve the younger?
    The older.
  21. What was Rebekah told?
    "The older will serve the younger."
  22. Who is not unjust at all?
    God.
  23. Is God unjust?
    Not at all!
  24. On whom will God have mercy?
    On whom he has mercy.
  25. On whom will God have compassion?
    On whom he has compassion.
  26. On whose mercy does it depend?
    God's.
  27. On what does it depend?
    God's mercy.
  28. Where might God's name be proclaimed?
    In all the Earth.
  29. What might be proclaimed in all the Earth?
    God's name.
  30. Who has mercy on whom he wants to have mercy?
    God.
  31. Who hardens whom he wants to harden?
    God.
  32. To whom will one of you say, "Then why does God still blame us? For who is able to resist his will?"
    Paul.
  33. What will one of you say to Paul?
    "Then why does God still blame us? For who is able to resist his will?"
  34. Who has the right to make out of the same lump of clay some pottery for special purposes and some for common use?
    The potter.
  35. What right does the potter have?
    To make out of the same lump of clay some pottery for special purposes and some for common use.
  36. For what were the objects of God's wrath prepared?
    Destruction.
  37. What did God bear with great patience?
    The objects of his wrath.
  38. Who prepared in advance for glory the objects of his mercy?
    God.
  39. Whom did God prepare in advance for glory?
    The objects of his mercy.
  40. Whom did God also call not only from the Jews but also from the Gentiles?
    Us.
  41. Who also called us not only frfom the Jews but also from the Gentiles?
    God.
  42. What will God call her who is not his loved one?
    "His loved one."
  43. Where will they be called "children of the living God?"
    In the very place where it was said to them, 'You are not my people.'
  44. What does Isaiah cry out concerning Israel?
    "Though the number of the Israelites be like the sand by the sea, only the remnant will be saved. For the Lord will carry out his sentence on the Earth with speed and finality."
  45. Concerning whom does Isaiah cry out?
    Israel.
  46. Like what is the number of the Israelites?
    The sand by the sea.
  47. Who will carry out his sentence on Earth with speed and finality?
    The Lord.
  48. What will the Lord carry out on Earth with speed and finality?
    His sentence.
  49. Unless what would we have become like Sodom?
    Unless the Lord Almighty had left us decendants.
  50. What did Isaiah say previously?
    "Unless the Lord Almighty had left us decendants, we would have become like Sodom, we would have become like Gomorrah."
  51. Who said previously, "Unless the Lord Almighty had left us decendants, we would have become like Sodom, we would have become like Gomorrah?"
    Isaiah.
  52. What did the Gentiles not persue?
    Righteousness.
  53. Who have not attained their goal?
    The people of Israel.
  54. What did the people of Israel pursue?
    The law(as the way of righeousness.)
  55. Who stumbled over the stumbling stone?
    The people of Israel.
  56. How did the people of Israel pursue righteousness?
    As if it were by works.
  57. What causes people to stumble?
    A stone God lay in Zion.
  58. Who will never be put to shame?
    The one who believes in him.
  59. Who lays in Zion a stone that causes people to stumble and a rock that makes them fall?
    God.

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