Wednesday, October 22, 2008


1. Which of the following best explains the work God accomplishes when He creates the new heaven and the new earth? (v.1)
  • a. He dissolves the entire universe and then recreates it
  • b. He dissolves earth and heaven and recreates it
  • c. He dissolves the earth and its atmosphere and makes it fresh
  • d. He dissolves all of His creation and recreates it
2. True or False. New Jerusalem is the eternal city that God has prepared for those who love Him. (v.s 2-3)

3. Complete these statements Jesus made to John: (vs. 5-7)
  • a. “Behold, I make all things __________.”
  • b. “Write for these words are ______________ and ____________.”
  • c. “It is _________________.”
  • d. “I will give of the fountain of the ___________ of life _____________.”
  • e. “He who overcomes shall ______________ all things.”
  • f. “I shall be his God and he shall be My ______________.”
4. True or False. The New Jerusalem was called the "Bride of the Lamb" because it is where the Church (who is the Bride of the Lamb) will dwell. (vs. 9-11)

5. Which of the following is not true about New Jerusalem? (vs. 12-21)
  • a. It will have twelve gates inscribed with the names of the twelve tribes of Israel, and twelve foundations bearing the names of the twelve Apostles
  • b. Its high walls will protect its inhabitants against evil forces outside the heavenly City
  • c. Angels will be posted at the gates to greet those who enter the City
  • d. It will be a perfect cube of 1500 miles wide, high, and long, and will be constructed of precious stones, gold, and pearls
6. Complete this statement: “But I saw no ________________ in it, for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are its _________________.” (v.22)

7. True or False. The glory of God will illuminate the City, and the Lamb will be its light, therefore the sun and moon will no longer exist. (vs. 22-23)

8. True or False. Those who inhabit earth for eternity as “the nations” probably refers to hosts of angels. (vs. 24-27)

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