Now is the time to put yourself to the test.  Do you really understand the basic, fundamental teaching of this brief study?  Whenever you cannot answer a question correctly, without a doubt, refer back to the lesson material.  Remember that just reading the notes isn't enough.  Make the truth of the Scriptures a permanent part of your life.

  1. Why is it important that a soul winner be saved?
  2. Who empowers the soul winner in his witness for Christ?
  3. How can a believer be filled with the Holy Spirit?
  4. What is the message of the soul winner?
  5. What are four titles (themes) given to the gospel in the Bible in our study?
  6. With whom did the gospel originate?
  7. Who is the object of the gospel?
  8. Who is Jesus Christ?
  9. What did He do to save us?
  10. What is the test of the gospel?
  11. What are the three steps in Ephesians 1:13?
  12. Quote in order the six soul winning verses used in our study.
  13. What are the ABCs of salvation?
  14. What are the 3 Rs of salvation?
  15. Which verses are used in the equation of salvation?
  16. What is the target of the soul winner, and why?
  17. Who is the exemplary soul winner in our study?
  18. What should the soul winner do before he talks to men about God?
  19. Of what was Jeremiah admonished not to fear?
  20. What should motivate the soul winner?
  21. What is an alternative translation for the Greek word translated martyr?
  22. What are six ways that the apostle Paul was an exemplary soul winner?
  23. Why is it important that a soul winner be a good testimony for the Lord?


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