Soul Winning - Review Questions (ANSWERS)

  1. Why is it important that a soul winner be saved?
    If you don't know the way, you can't show the way.
  2. Who empowers the soul winner in his witness for Christ?
    The Holy Spirit.
  3. How can a believer be filled with the Spirit?
    God only fills that which is His. We need to surrender our lives to the Lord.
  4. What is the message of the soul winner?
    The gospel.
  5. What are four titles (themes) given to the gospel in the Bible and in our study?
    The gospel of God.
    The gospel of Christ.
    The gospel of the grace of God.
    The gospel of your salvation.
  6. With whom did the gospel originate?
  7. Who is the object of the gospel?
    The Lord Jesus Christ.
  8. Who is Jesus Christ?
    The Son of God (and the Son of man).
  9. What did He do to save us?
    He died for our sins.
  10. What is the test of the gospel?
  11. What is the relationship of grace and works?
    They don't mix.
  12. What are the three steps in Ephesians 1:13?
    Hearing the gospel, trusting in Christ as Savior, and being sealed with the Holy Spirit of promise.
  13. What is the instrument that the Holy Spirit uses in the salvation of souls?
    The Word of God.
  14. What are the six memory verses?
    "For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God."  Romans 3:23.
    "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."  Romans 6:23.
    "And as it is appointed for men to die once, after this the judgment."  Hebrews 9:27.
    "Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us, through the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Spirit."  Titus 3:5.
    "But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us."  Romans 5:8.
    "But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name."  John 1:12.
  15. What are the ABCs of salvation?
    Admit your need; Believe in Christ; Call upon Him.
  16. What are the three Rs of salvation?
    Recognize your need; Repent of your sins; Receive Jesus by faith.
  17. Which verses are used in the equation of salvation?
    Ephesians 2:8-10.
  18. What is the target of the soul winner, and why?
    The heart, because it is with the heart that man believes unto righteousness.
  19. Who is the exemplary soul winner in our study?
    The apostle Paul.
  20. What should the soul winner do before he talks to men about God?
    He should talk to God.
  21. Of what was Jeremiah admonished not to be afraid?
    The faces of men.
  22. What should motivate the soul winner?
    The glory of God.
  23. What is the alternative translation for the Greek word translated "martyr"?
  24. What are six ways that the apostle Paul was an exemplary soul winner?
    Be prayerful.
    Be compassionate and care giving.
    Be courageous.
    Be properly motivated.
    Be equally yoked.
    Be a testimony.
  25. Why is it important that a soul winner be a good testimony for the Lord?
    What you are speaks louder than what you say.


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