The universe came into existence through (evolution; creation; an explosion of energy; and explosion of elements). Creation

The creator of the universe was (the U.S. Senate; Jehovah; Satan; Christ). Christ / Jehovah

God used (nothing; eternal energy; certain amino acids; luck) to create the universe. Nothing

With the preceding thought being true, it should be realized that God is (smart; omnipotent; sovereign over all things; kind). Sovereign and omnipotent

“Sovereign” and “sovereignty” are Biblical words – (yes, no, allegorically, doctrinally). No, but doctrine there

The noun “sovereign” speaks of (a British gold coin; a king; someone who exercises supreme authority; Jehovah). All of these

The noun “sovereignty” refers to (absolute independence; absolute authority; cooperation; the rule that Jehovah has over His creation). All of these except cooperation

God’s Supremacy.

When God said in Psalm 50, “thou thoughtest that I was altogether such an one as thyself,” He was (stating the obvious; criticizing apostate Israel; condemning the philosophy of the day; prophesying of our day). All

When men change their minds or plans it might be because (they learned something; their circumstances changed; they died; something better came along). All of these

God never changes His plans or His mind because He is (omniscient; in sovereign control of all things; stubborn; timeless). Sovereign, omniscient and timeless; “stubborn” doesn’t apply to God

When men deny the supremacy of God it is generally because they (don’t want Jehovah to be God; want to be rich; want themselves to be gods; they have been blinded by Satan). Not “rich”

God’s supremacy can be argued from (the great distance between earth’s mightiest creatures & the Creator; a multitude of scriptures; His rule over the hearts of men; glories of Heaven). Glories of Heaven???

Ps. 2:9 and other scriptures imply that God is like a potter and we are like (pots; pottery wheels; clay; million dollar Ming vases). Clay pots

The Potter has (authority; sovereignty; power; lights) over His clay. Sovereignty, authority & power

Ps. 2:4 teaches that when human beings join together in defiance of God, the Lord (shall have them in derision; laughs; shakes in fear; calls for the angels to protect Him). Laughs and derides

“Derision” refers to (terror; mocking; scorn; division). Scorn and mocking

“Thine, O LORD, is the ______________ & the _________________, and the glory, and the victory, & the majesty: for all that is in the heaven & in the earth is __________________; thine is the kingdom, O LORD, & thou art exalted as head above all….. & thou ___________________ over all.” I Chron. 29:11-12

The rule of God is not be confined to (Israel; the Millennium; Heaven; angels). Over all things

“O LORD God of our fathers, art not thou ________ in heaven? and ___________ not thou over all the ________________ of the heathen? and in thine hand is there ___________ power and might, so that _______________is able to withstand thee?” I Chron. 20:6

“Whatsoever the LORD ________________, that _______ he in heaven, and in earth, in the seas, and all deep places.” Ps. 135:6

“In (Christ) also we have obtained an inheritance, being _________________ according to the __________ of him who worketh ________l things after the counsel of his ___________ __________.” Eph. 1:11

When God wanted Israel to cross the Red Sea, it (solidified; evaporated; divided; filled with pontoons).

When God wanted ravens to feed His prophet, they (said that they couldn’t do it; brought Elijah seeds and carrion; brought him bread and flesh; fed him twice a day). Bread and flesh twice a day

Jehovah can make (donkeys talk; ravens caterers; water into wine; sinner’s repent and trust Him). All

“The king’s ________________ is in the hand of the LORD, as the rivers of water: he _________________ it whithersoever _____________will.” Prov. 21:1

Why ought we to say “if the Lord will, we shall live, and do this, or that,” because (it is respectful; everything depends on God; the Lord rules over the affairs of man; James 4 tells us to). Not so much respect

God’s Sovereignty.

The sovereignty of God may be defined as the exercise of His (rights; supremacy; will; authority). Rights????

“Remember this, and shew yourselves men: bring it again to mind, O ye transgressors. Remember the former things of old: for I am _______________, and there is ________________ else; I am God, and there is __________________ like me, Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are ______________  ___________ done, saying, My ________________________ shall ____________________, and I will _________________ all ________________pleasure.” Isa. 46:8-10

Divine sovereignty means that (God is God; man is not God; Satan is not God; that God will have His way to be done). All of these

For the Bible believing Christian, the sovereignty of God is (disconcerting; obvious; comforting; a gracious gift) because the natural man receiveth not the things of the spirit of God. Not disconcerting

For the nominal “Christian,” the sovereignty of God is (a doctrinal football; applied to some things but not to others; matter of contention; thrilling). Not “thrilling”

Jonah said that salvation (smelled fishy; was of the Lord; was connected to his willingness to preach in Ninevah; depended upon his repentance and faith). Jonah 2:9

God was (vengeful; vindictive; gracious; merciful) toward the people of Ninevah. Gracious & merciful

That was because (the Ninevites were good people; they were repentant; they were already wanting to throw away their idols; God chose to be gracious). Graciously decided to save and forgive those people

The only thing in the Ninevites worthy of God’s sending Jonah to them was (their invitation to Jonah; their kind treatment of the preacher; their prayers to Jehovah; their native goodness). They had nothing worthy

Most regenerated people would admit that there was a time in their lives when they (were happy in their ignorance; would not come to Christ for life; were lost; were dead in trespasses and sins). All of these

Many regenerated people would say that there was a point in their lives when (they recognized their sinfulness; they wanted to be delivered; they feared God’s judgment; believed on Christ). All of these

The reason that they did these things was due to (their intelligence; the punishment of God; they kicked the devil out of their lives; Jonah’s whale).

Which is not true of unredeemed sinners – there is none (that seeketh after God; that understandeth God; that believes and trusts the gospel; that possesses spiritual life). All true

God’s saints “_____________ that the Son of God is come, and hath ____________ us an ____________ that we may know __________that is true, and we are in him that is true, even in his Son Jesus Christ. This is the ______________ ___________ and _______________ ______________.” I Jn. 5:20

Some unbelievers repent and trust Christ, while others do not – because (they are better people; they are more intelligent; of God’s blessings; the Holy Spirit gives them spiritual understanding).

In Acts 13:48 (everyone who wanted to be saved walked up the sawdust trail to the altar at the front of the church; Satan covered the ears of his especially chosen disciples; those who were ordained to eternal life believed; prayed the sinner’s prayer). Those ordained to eternal life believed

In Acts 13:48 people believed because (the preaching was crystal clear; they were well-taught; they wanted to believe; they were ordained by God to believe). Ordained

“As many as” suggests (variety; everyone of that group; parents & children; only those). Everyone & only

I Cor. 1:26-29 speaks of people whom God saves; words used there include (calling, chosen; repentance; faith). God chose and called those whom He intended to save

God made that choice (in eternity past; when He saw that they would believe; when He saw their repentance; when those people had done enough good things to warrant His grace). Eph. 1:4

“But we are bound to __________ _____________ alway to God for you, brethren beloved of the Lord, because God hath from the ________________ _____________ you to _________________ through sanctification of the Spirit and belief of the truth.” II Thess. 2:13

Christ “hath ___________ us, and _______________ us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to ___________own _________________and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus _______________ the world began.” II Tim 1:9