Lk. 22:42 “Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done.”

1Cor. 10:13 “No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can stand up under it.” 

Mt. 6:33 “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”

Jam. 1:13-15 “Every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed.  Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death.”


Psalm 119


  1. 1. What is significant about the first two words of the Lord’s Prayer?

  1. 2. What is the literal meaning of the verb-tense used in the words, “thy kingdom come?”

  1. 3. The phrase of, “Thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven” (Mt. 6:10b) could read _________________________________________.

  1. 4. There is no life in the printed words of the Bible until the Lord breathes His life into us and illuminates His printed words.   T     F

  1. 5. How can we know God’s will? 

  2. a)by knowing His heart

  3. b)by asking for only God’s will to be done

  4. c)by not seeking our own will

  5. d)by aligning our prayers with Scripture

  6. e)all of the above

  1. 6. The will of God always has to do with us becoming more like Him.   T     F

  1. 7.According to 1Jn. 2:27, what does the indwelling anointing do for us?

  1. 8.The noble endeavor of every day is to live every moment receiving the abundance of God’s grace.  

        T     F

  1. 9. Asking God for our daily food is a reminder that without His provision we would surely die.   T     F 

  1. 10. Who invented forgiveness?

  1. 11. We have baggage, hang-ups, quirks, foibles and ________________ (Pick the one best answer from the text.) 

    a) garbage          b) a nice voice 

    c) the call of God  d) a fall nature

  1. 12. The spirit of the Lord will deliberately lead us into a wilderness to test us.   T     F

  1. 13.  The peace of God is like

    a) a traffic signal.

    b) a gentle mist. 

    c) a good night sleep. 

    d) an umpire.

  1. 11. Jesus prayed, “Father; let this cup pass from me.”  When God did not immediately respond, what did Jesus then pray?

  1. 12. What does the word “deliver” mean in the Lord’s Prayer?

  1. 13. Will we ever face a temptation that is too great for us to handle?   Yes     Never

  1. 14. What must we do to lead peaceable lives?

  2. a)Remain far away from people. 

  3. b)Pray for authorities. 

  4. c)Avoid confrontations at all cost. 

  5. d)Always be the first to apologize.

  1. 15. The prophet Samuel had to see King Saul from God’s perspective to be in agreement with God. 

        T     F



Prayerfully ask yourself the following question, and formulate answers and an action plan.


  1. 1. What needs am I trying to satisfy on a daily basis?  In other words, what am I looking for throughout the day?  Many of my needs are natural while others are social and some are spiritual. 

List your needs in these three categories: 

Natural    Social     Spiritual. 

Meditate on your answers and draw conclusions and action plans that will build your relationship with the Lord. 

  1. 2.Write your version of what we call the “Lord’s Prayer.”  Keep in mind that it was not Jesus’ prayer, but a pattern or outline of prayer which He provided to help His followers know “how-to-pray.”  “The Lord’s Prayer” is a skeletal structure; it’s an outline that can easily be filled in with your authentic words.  Make it your prayer by writing your version.  Refer to Luke 11:1-4 and to Matthew 6:9-13.  Have a good time  writing to the Lord.  After all, He’s certainly written to each of us through the many pages of Scripture.  



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