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BEREAN QUESTIONS IN SCRIPTURE STUDIES
Series VI., Study III.—The Call of The New Creation
(91) What did the anointing of the High Priest typify? P. 131, par. 2.
(92) What did the holy anointing oil represent? P. 132, par. 1.
(93) Why are the marks of sanctification in the New Creation not admired or approved by the world? P. 132, par. 2.
(94) While sanctification has its two parts, God’s and man’s, what additional element is essential? P. 133, par. 1.
(95) Explain the operation of the Word, or “wisdom of God” through Christ, toward us as New Creatures, and our attitude toward it. P. 133, par. 2.
(96) What is the blessed result of full consecration experienced by these New Creatures who appropriate the exceeding great and precious promises of God? P. 134, par. 1.
(97) Explain how the experiences of the fully consecrated vary according to temperament. P. 134, par. 2.
(98) If consecration does not signify human perfection, how can God accept our sacrifices? (P. 136, par. 1.) How does Christ impute to us his merit? P. 109.
(99) What is our first and continual duty with respect to our imperfections in the flesh? P. 136, par. 2.
(100) What effect will true sanctification have upon our lives? P. 137, par. 1.
(101) What should be the mainspring of all our energies? P. 137, par. 1, last part.
(102) Our Lord prayed, “Sanctify them through thy Truth.” What kind of Truth can produce the sanctification acceptable unto God? Pp. 137, 138.
(103) What most excellent admonition along this line is given us by the Apostle Paul? P. 139.
(104) How much emotion should be expected in Sanctification? Is there Scriptural reason for expecting unusual
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outward manifestations or emotions as a proof of our acceptance with the Lord? P. 140.
(105) Contrast the experiences of those consecrated persons who have been born of Christian parents with those of others not so favored. P. 141, par. 1 and P. 142, par. 1.
(106) What is evidently the Lord’s intention in leaving so many things comparatively obscure to our human judgment? P. 142, par. 2.
(107) What is signified by “the opening of the eyes of our understanding,” and how is this typified in the Tabernacle pictures? P. 143, par. 1.
(108) Since our feelings depend so largely upon our temperaments, how may we experience the perpetual blessing of the joys of faith? P. 143, par. 2.
(109) What is the cause of “earth-born” clouds, which sometimes come between the consecrated and their Lord? P. 144, par. 1,2.
(110) To what kind of diseases does the Psalmist refer saying, “Who healeth all thy diseases?” Psa. 103:2-5? And how are they healed? P. 145, par. 1.
(111) What mistake is frequently made by many New Creatures with respect to soul-sickness or disease? P. 145, par. 2.
(112) What course should properly be pursued in these cases? P. 146, par. 1; P. 147, par. 1.
(113) What three difficulties may be experienced by some New Creatures in coming to the Throne of Grace? P. 147, par. 2.
(114) What are the proper remedies for these difficulties? P. 148, par. 1.
(115) Mention another class of consecrated but spiritually diseased, and the prescribed remedy for this condition of things. P. 148, par. 2; P. 149.
(116) What should be the attitude of the other New Creatures toward those who “Walk disorderly?” P. 150, par. 1.
(117) How should the Lord’s consecrated ones who are in a lean and starved condition be dealt with? P. 150, par. 2.
(118) Is consecration implied in acceptable justification? P. 151, par. 1.
(119) Is it possible under present conditions to go far along the path of justification without reaching the gateway of self-denial—full consecration unto death? P. 152, par. 1,2.
(120) What is the character of some of the by-paths outside this gateway of full consecration? P. 153, par. 1.
(121) In what way only can the fullness of joy and peace which come with the acceptance of Christ as our Redeemer be retained? P. 153, par. 2.
(122) Are those who refuse to consecrate immediately cut off from Divine favor? P. 153, par. 3.
(123) To whom only do the exceeding great and precious promises of God belong? P. 154, par. 1.
(124) May those who fail to consecrate properly continue to enjoy the privileges of prayer? P. 154, par. 2.
(125) What course should be pursued by any of these who desire further favor from the Lord? P. 155, par. 1,2.
(126) What should be done by any who are “feeling after God,” yet not fully ready for a complete surrender to the will of God? P. 155, par. 3.
(127) In view of the fact that the “high calling” ended in 1881, what difference should this make with respect to the consecration? P. 156, par. 1,2.
(128) Mention one erroneous view of sanctification held by the “Holiness People.” P. 157, par. 1,2.
(129) Explain the error of holding that the entire object of sanctification is the avoidance of sin. P. 158, par. 1.
(130) What is the thought contained in the word redemption? P. 158, par. 2.
(131) How was this redemption obtained and how does it apply to the New Creation? P. 159, par. 1.
(132) Explain the use of the word Apolutrosis in Luke 21:28 and Ephesians 4:30. P. 159, par. 2, first part.
(133) Explain Ephesians 1:7 and harmonize these two uses of the word redemption. P. 159, par. 2, last part.
(134) Explain Romans 3:24 and 8:20-23. P. 160, par. 1.
(135) How does believing on the Lord Jesus Christ give us “everlasting life?” P. 160, par. 2; P. 161, par. 1.
(136) In what manner are our Lord’s sufferings, death and resurrection identified with our redemption (deliverance) present and future? P. 161, par. 2,3.
— December 1, 1910 —
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