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"What Does It Mean...? -- 1 John 2:2 
For Whom Did Jesus Die?"

1.   What is the common belief of most people about John’s statement recorded at 1 John 2:2?     ANSWER

2.   According to Matthew 5:17, Jesus’ birth as an Israelite enabled him to do what?     ANSWER

3.   What opportunity was presented to Abraham’s descendants, the nation of Israel, due to the covenant that Jehovah made with Abraham?     ANSWER

4.   What do we learn concerning this Law Covenant and its sacrifices from reading Hebrews 9:9 and 10:11?      ANSWER

5.   According to Galatians 3:19, 24, what was the purpose of the Law Covenant, and what would their adherence to its requirements enable them to do?         ANSWER

6.   As the nation was not faithful to Jehovah, how does Galatians 3:10 describe their condition?            ANSWER

7.   This nation was now in need of what kind of help and how would they be benefited if they accepted this help?        ANSWER

8.   How did Jehovah provide the necessary release for the nation of Israel, according to Hebrews 9:14, 15?         ANSWER

9.   How does Romans 4:15 and 5:13 help us understand why Jesus’ sacrifice was basically on behalf of the nation of Israel only and not on behalf of all other nations?         ANSWER

10.   The Greek word, Kosmos, as used by John in 1 John 2:2 carries what meaning?         ANSWER
11.   What are some scriptures that show that when Jesus used this Greek word, kosmos, that he had reference to the Jewish system of things and not the world, in general?         ANSWER


12.   Because Israel as a nation failed to respond to the "royal seed," Gentiles were invited to complete their number. What did these Gentiles not have to do before being accepted into the Christian congregation that Israel first had to do?         ANSWER


13.   How does Galatians 4:4, 5 reiterate the point of this lesson?           ANSWER