Having now looked at how Jesus' sacrifice has the ability to remove my sins, in this lesson, we'll look at if God has any expectations of me in order that my sins be forgiven by Jesus' sacrifice. You can click 'True' or 'False' and it will take you to the answer page. There, you will find the verse related to the question, a short explanation, and a link to return to this page, so that you can continue answering the other questions.
1. True / False I do not need to do anything in order to be saved. (Romans 2:5-11, Romans 3:23)
2. True / False I can save myself without any help from God. (Romans 5:6-11)
3. True / False The Bible teaches that in order to be saved, I must first hear the Gospel of Jesus.
4. True / False Faith in Jesus is the only thing I need to have in order to be saved. (Mark 16:16,
5. True / False Repentance is necessary in order to be saved. (Acts 2:37-38)
6. True / False When the Bible speaks of confession as it relates to salvation, it means that I am to
confess every sin I've ever committed before becoming a Christian.
(Romans 10:9-10, Acts 8:36-37)
7. True / False Baptism is immersion in water. (Acts 8:38)
8. True / False It is at the point of baptism that our sins are remitted. (Acts 2:38, Acts 22:16)
9. True / False Baptism is a work that earns our salvation. (Colossians 2:11-14)
10. True / False After belief, repentance, confession and baptism, I am saved forever, and can never
do anything to be lost. (Hebrews 3:7-4:16)
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