I Corinthians 1-5
ASSIGNMENT:  I Corinthians 1-5. (Click on assignment to read lesson online.)
TRUE OR FALSE QUESTIONS   (Record the Chapter and Verse where you find your answers.)
T /F  Chapter/Verse __ _________ 1. Paul believed that he was called to be an apostle. __ _________ 2. The testimony of Christ was confirmed in the Corinthians. __ _________ 3. There was unusually good harmony in the Corinthian church. __ _________ 4. It pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe. __ _________ 5. Sometimes God uses foolish things to advance His purposes. __ _________ 6. Paul came to Corinth with excellency of speech. __ _________ 7. One's faith should not stand in the wisdom of men. __ _________ 8. The glories of I Corinthians 2:9 have been revealed. __ _________ 9. The natural man can know the spiritual wisdom of God. __ _________10. The Christian has the mind of Christ. __ _________11. When a Church has envy, strife, and divisions, it has the mark of carnality. __ _________12. Every man shall receive a reward according to his own labor. __ _________13. Some Christians will lose their reward because of improper works. __ _________14. A human being may be a temple of God. __ _________15. Disciples are instructed to glory in the wisdom of men. __ _________16. Paul knew a number of evil things against himself. __ _________17. Christians should be judges of each other. __ _________18. Paul considered himself a fool. __ _________19. Paul was made the filth of the world. __ _________20. Paul purposed to go to Corinth with a rod. __ _________21. There were fornicators within the Corinthian church. __ _________22. There were some things that Paul would not allow in the Church. __ _________23. "The unleavened bread of sincerity and truth" was a statement encouraging the                           Corinthians to excommunicate a person. __ _________24. Under no circumstances should a Christian ever keep company with a fornicator                           or a drunkard. __ _________25. We are instructed not to eat with idolaters.
Chapter/Verse _________26. For what did Paul always give thanks on behalf of the Corinthians?_______________________ _________27. Who reported the Corinthian contentions to Paul? ____________________________________ _________28. List the four divisions in Corinth.___________________________________________________ _________29. Name three whom Paul baptized.__________________________________________________ _________30. What one thing did Paul determine to know among the Corinthians?______________________ _________31. What did Paul speak among them who were perfect?__________________________________ _________32. What spirit had the Corinthian Christians received?____________________________________ _________33. Who judges all things?___________________________________________________________ _________34. The Corinthians being babes in Christ were also ______________________________________ _________35. Paul planted, Apollos watered; who gave the increase?_________________________________ _________36. We are laborers together with whom?_______________________________________________ _________37. What is the temple of God?_______________________________________________________ _________38. What is the major requirement of a steward?_________________________________________ _________39. When shall every man have praise of God?___________________________________________ _________40. Who was made a spectacle unto the world?__________________________________________ _________41. Whom did Paul send unto the Corinthians?___________________________________________ _________42. To whom did Paul request the fornicator to be delivered? _______________________________ _________43. With whom are we not to keep company as Christian brethren?___________________________ _________44. Who judges those that are outside of the church?______________________________________ _________45. What kind of person did Paul call the fornicator? _______________________________________
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