When we say that Jehovah is sovereign, we mean that He (is omniscient; is omnipotent; Lord; God). Lord/God

“Thine, O LORD, is the greatness, and the ___________, and the glory, and the ______________, and the majesty: for all that is in the heaven and in the earth is ___________; thine is the kingdom, O LORD, and thou art exalted as _____________above all.

Both ____________ and ________________ come of thee, and thou ____________ over all; and in thine hand is ____________ and _______________; and in thine hand it is to ___________great, and to give _______________ unto all.” I Chron. 29:11-12

Proverbs 29:1 is (ridiculous; the truth; frightening; humbling). Frightening, humbling truth

When God’s Word says, “The king’s _____________ is in the hand of the ___________, as the rivers of water: he turneth it ____________________ ______ will,” it means that (the most powerful man on earth cannot do anything contrary to the will of Jehovah; the most wicked man on earth can be instantly made to love righteousness; the Christ-hater can be made by God to love Him; we should pray to God for our national leaders). All of these

Which of the following should not be applied to the natural man (an eternal soul; depraved; dead; needy). All

Spiritually, all human beings are (free thinkers; dead; asleep; in desperate need of God). Dead & needy

When God’s sovereignty begins to touch on man’s salvation, Biblical terms which could apply are (dictatorship; loss of personal freedom; grace; election). Grace and election

The words “elect” and “election” (are theological words; are Biblical words; are not Biblical words; are fightin’ words). Theological and Biblical

When speaking about the salvation of the sinner the Bible sometimes uses the words God’s (chosen; elect; choice; grace). All of these

Whose choice is it to be saved from sin (mother’s for her child; a priest’s; a sinner’s; God’s). Sinner & God

Whose choice is sovereign and supreme (mine; the sinner’s; father’s; Jehovah’s). God’s

Election is Biblical.

During an election, politicians (decide who should be in office; bribe the voters; encourage the electorate to choose them; are usually stuck with the voice of the voters).Theoretically they don’t decide who will be in office

Elections involve (a choice made by the electorate; a vote made by a voter; the selection of one candidate over another; ballot-box stuffing). Hopefully no ballot-box cheating

If God was involved in electing someone, (He would make a choice; He would cast a “ballot;” He would seat His candidate; He would have His sovereign will done). All of these

At ‘the end of the world’ God “shall send his ___________ with a great sound of a __________, and they shall gather together his _______________ from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other” and take them to be with Himself. Matt 24:31

Ultimately, who will decide who will be gathered or left behind (the angels; the people; the elect; God)? God

According to Isaiah 65:22 who are those people who will enjoy the blessings of the Millennium (the Jews; Americans; the disciples; the elect)? Elect

According to Romans 8:33 what group of people will not be chargeable by sinful men (the Jews; the politburo; the justified; the elect)? The elect because they have been justified by God

According to Romans 9:11, one of the children of Rebecca was blessed by God while the other was not – because the first (was a member of God’s church; was an Israelite; was a part of God’s election; better looking than the first). The purpose of God according to election

According to Romans 11:5-7, Israel as a nation has been temporarily laid aside by God, however some of Israel – (the smarter ones; the cuter ones; the youngest ones; the elect) – are being saved and blessed.

According to II Tim. 2:10, Paul willingly endured and suffered much (for the elect’s sake; because he deserved it; because he was the chiefest of sinners; because he was a sadist). The elects’ sake

There are two basic kinds of angels – the angels of _______________, and the angels of _______________.

We are told that Lucifer led a rebellion against ___________________ and brought at least a third of the _______________________ with him. The Lord / angels

Those who remained true to God are described in I Thess. 5 as (more righteous; smarter; stronger; elect).

In I Timothy 5, Paul tells us that we should be careful about how we live, because (there are dangerous pits throughout life; God is watching; the elect angels are watching; the NSA is listening). Elect angels

How did those angels become elect (they won the primaries; they had more money than their opponents; they stood against the Devil; they were chosen by God). Chosen

Election defined and described.

Divine omniscience means that God (knows all things; has never learned anything; can never change His mind; can never forget something). All of these

Divine immutability means that God (cannot change; cannot be changed; cannot die; cannot mutate). All

In the light of divine omniscience and immutability, God cannot be (hurt; surprised by human events; persuaded by human actions; induced to save someone when He didn’t really mean to do it). Hurt???

Has God ever learned that some wicked sinner has recently repented and now ought to be saved? No

When Peter was writing to people who were “elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father,” that meant those people (had been observed repenting of their sins; chosen by God; forced God to save them because they believed on Christ as Saviour; were fit for political office). Elect – chosen by God

Paul told the Thessalonians that “God hath from the ________________ chosen you to ________________.” II Thess. 2:13

He also told the Ephesians that God “_________________________ us in (Christ) before the ________________________ of the world.” Eph. 1:4

God’s election of people to save took place (when they believed; before the foundation of the world; before creation; before time). In eternity past

When Christ said, “all that the Father giveth me shall come unto me” he was talking about (His inheritance; His elect people; political power; Israel) His elect

Remember that all the children of Adam are spiritually (sick, confused; alert; dead). Dead

“As it is written, There is none__________________, no, not one:

There is ___________ that understandeth, there is _______________that _____________ after God.

They are _______________ gone out of the way, they are together become ____________________; there is none that doeth _________________, no, not _______________.”

That a spiritually dead person, who has no understanding about God; who is out of God’s way and unprofitable, and who does no good in the sight of God will repent of his sin and believe on the Lord Jesus Christ is (unlikely; impossible; hopeful; miraculous). Impossible without a miracle

But if God should elect such a dead soul; and graciously choose to regenerate him, then his faith and repentance would be (likely; guaranteed; remote; impossible). Guaranteed

When Luke said, “as many as were ordained to eternal life believed” he meant that (all the priests and pastors believed; everyone smart enough to be ordained obtained eternal life; all those who had been chosen by God to receive eternal life believed on Christ; none of those who had not been ordained to eternal life did not believe). The last two

The names of God’s saints were written in the Book of Life (as they came to the marriage supper of the Lamb and signed the registry; when they believed on Jesus; when they joined the church; before the foundation of the world). Rev. 17:8

All those people, who are saved from their sins, (repent before God and believe on the Lord Jesus Christ; are christened; are eventually catechized; will eventually be glorified). They all repent and trust Christ

According to II Tim. 2:25 repentance (encourages God to save us; is a gift from God; is really cool; is really difficult). Gift

According to Eph. 2:8 faith to trust Christ (encourages God to save us; is a gift from God; is really cool; is really difficult). Gift

Some people have the gifts of repentance and faith because God (is gracious; chose them; loved them; loves them). All