1. The Spirit of God is also called
2. As such, what does the Spirit do?
3. Regarding that, what is
4. To whom does God give the Holy
5. What does the Holy Ghost put in
6. What is the fruit of the Spirit in
Galatians 5:22, 23_________________________________________________________________
7. What two things must we do in
order to receive the gift of the Holy Ghost?
8. Who will be saved?
“Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot
enter into the kingdom of God.” John 3:5.
As an outward sign of an inward change, baptism is a public
testimony that now you belong to Jesus. Its significance as the sign of the new
birth is fully discussed in Romans 6. There Paul speaks of the transforming
power of grace within the life of the believer. Baptism is also the means of
becoming a member of the church (Compare Acts 2:41, 47).
9. What word, meaning “put in the
grave,” is used to describe baptism?
Baptism symbolizes the death and burial of our sins. When a
dead body is buried, it is more than sprinkled with dirt. For the same reason,
we want our sins to be completely buried.
The word baptism itself means to immerse. It was used in the
textile industry long before the days of John the baptist. When cloth was
“baptized” in the dye, it was not just sprinkled, but completely immersed in
word in verse 5 means buried?
was John baptizing in Aenon?
If John had been sprinkling, he would not have needed much
Jesus came up out of the water following His baptism, what did He see?
must be done to all nations before they are baptized?
God wants His people to be intelligent in regard to His truth.
They are to be taught “to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you,”
He says. Matthew 28:20.
Baptism signifies conversion. Conversion requires the
cooperation of the will. Under the conviction of the Holy Spirit, the person
chooses to consecrate his life to God. He renounces his sins and by the power
of God is born again to new life in Christ.
The story of the Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:26-39) is an
inspiring account of a man searching for truth. As he read the Scriptures, the
Lord directed Philip to him to present the gospel of Jesus. Convicted of his
need of Christ, the eunuch asked to be baptized. So Philip baptized him in a
nearby body of water.
Acts 19:1-5 tells of some people who were baptized more than
once. They had been baptized once at the
preaching of John, but had not yet learned all the truth. Now, as Paul shared
with them additional vital truths, their Christian experience was so enriched
by the new light, they felt their need to be baptized again.
is God’s invitation to those who have accepted His truth?
what did God speak to Elijah?
1 Kings 19:12_____________________________________________________________________
Not all voices can be trusted. Beware of voices which
contradict the Scriptures. The voice of the Spirit to our conscience will never
differ from the teachings of the Bible. He speaks to us through the Bible.
Jesus said, “He shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that
shall he speak.” “For he shall receive of mine, and shall shew it unto you.”
John 16:13, 14. The Holy Spirit comes to forcibly impress upon our minds the
word of God. Never will He direct us any other way.
does the voice of the Lord say to us?
we hear His voice, what is our duty?
long is the light with us?
will come upon us if we don’t walk while we have the light?
when we hear His voice, what must we not do?
Hebrews 3:7, 8____________________________________________________________________
do some always do to the Holy Ghost?
their fathers did, what do they do?
eventually happens to a person’s conscience who continually resists the voice
of God’s Spirit?
1 Timothy 4:2_____________________________________________________________________
warning did Paul give?
God’s Spirit ever stop working with men?
will enter into the kingdom of heaven?
“If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the
land.” Isaiah 1:19.
is the author of eternal salvation unto all them that do what?
if we know these things?
if a person knows what is right, but doesn’t do it?
did Jesus say about those who have heard the truth?
did He say about one to whom much is given?
is it better to just avoid hearing the truth?
did Jesus say to do when the Spirit speaks?
any hardship or other circumstances ever make us regret our decision to obey
“I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have
kept the faith: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness,
which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me
only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.” 2 Timothy 4:7, 8.
In the Light of God’s Word...
understand that the Holy Spirit’s continued work in my life is dependent upon
my obedience to His word.
choose to commit my life entirely to Jesus, and to take my stand with His
May God bless you as you walk in the light.