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God's Sacred Secret: The Spirit Of Truth & Elijah (Part 2)

9.    Which chapters in the book of Isaiah are generally known as the "Servant" Prophesies and who is credited with fulfilling these prophecies?                   ANSWER


10.    How does Isaiah 63:1-9 describe the activity of the "Servant" when he travels to Bozrah, a major city in Edom?               ANSWER


11.    After reading this prophecy, what conclusion must we reach?            ANSWER


12.    When Jehovah calls the "Servant" to begin his assigned ministry, as recorded at Isaiah 49:1-4, what discouraging statement does he make to Jehovah?            ANSWER


13.    Would it be appropriate to say that Jesus uttered these words of discouragement to Jehovah? Why do you so answer?               ANSWER


14.    What does the Bible reveal concerning the "Servant" after his uttering these words of discouragement? What are the possibilities we are now left to consider?                 ANSWER


15.    What does our examination of the "Servant" Prophesies lead us to conclude as to when and how they will be fulfilled?            ANSWER



16.    In his statement as recorded at John 7:38, 39, Jesus made reference to the future activity of the "spirit." What application can we make of his words?             ANSWER


17.    What role did "holy spirit" have relative to the first century congregation?                 ANSWER
 
 
18.    The personification of "holy spirit" by Jesus and the apostles was indicative of what?              ANSWER
 
 
19.    In John 16:14, 15, when Jesus spoke of this one, the "spirit of truth" as receiving from "what is mine," what was he referring to? How would he, in turn glorify Jesus?        ANSWER
 
 
20.    Although some may object to the thought that Jesus would use a human counterpart to holy spirit of the first century to lead the nation today when he said that he would, himself, be with them to the end, how might we reason with them?       ANSWER
 
 
21.    At Matthew 19:28, Jesus told his disciples that they would sit on thrones and do a judging work during a special time of restoration (Greek, palingenesis). Who would they be judging and why is this necessary?              ANSWER
 
 
22.    Why is it not reasonable to believe that Jesus would himself come back to earth at this time to lead this restoration work?              ANSWER