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					                                    1 Corinthians questions
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 1, what is Paul?
  An apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God.

G Who is an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God?
  Paul. (I 1:1)

G Of whom is Paul an apostle?
  Of Christ Jesus. (I 1:1)

G By what is Paul an apostle of Christ Jesus?
 The will of God. (I 1:1)

G By whose will is Paul an apostle of Christ Jesus?
  The will of God. (I 1:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 1, who is our brother?
  Sosthenes. (I 1:1)

G Who is Sosthenes?
  Our brother. (I 1:1)

G What is in Corinth?
  The church of God. (I 1:2)

G Where is the church of God?
  In Corinth. (I 1:2)

G To whom is grace and peace?
  You. (Corinthians) (I 1:3)

G From whom is grace and peace?
  God our father and the Lord Jesus Christ. (I 1:3)

G What are from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ?
 Grace and peace. (I 1:3)

G Who always thanks God for the Corinthians?
  Paul (I 1:4)

G For whom does Paul always thank God?
 You. (The Corinthians.) (I 1:4)

G When does Paul thank God for the Corinthians?
  Always. (I 1:4)
G Why does Paul always thank God for the Corinthians?
  Because of his grace given you in Christ Jesus. (I 1:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 4, what is given you in Christ Jesus?
 God’s Grace.

G In whom have you been enriched in every way?
  Christ Jesus. (God) (I 1: 5)

G In what have you been enriched?
  In every way--in all your speaking and in all your knowledge. (I 1:5)

X Context question: 2 part answer, In what have you been enriched in every way?
  In all your speaking and in all your knowledge. (I 1:5)

G Why have you been enriched in every way?
  Because our testimony about Christ has been confirmed in you. (I 1:6)

G What has been confirmed in you?
  Our testimony about Christ. (I 1:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 7, What do you not lack?
  Any spiritual gift. (I 1:7)

G Who does not lack any spiritual gift as they eagerly wait for our Lord Jesus Christ to be
      revealed?
  You (Corinthians) (I 1:7)

G For whom do you eagerly wait to be revealed?
  Our Lord Jesus Christ. (I 1:7)

G How do you wait for our Lord Jesus Christ to be revealed?
  Eagerly. (I 1:7)

G What do you not lack as you eagerly wait for our Lord Jesus Christ to be revealed?
  Any Spiritual gift. (I 1:7)

G Who will keep you strong to the end?
  Our Lord Jesus Christ. (I 1:8)

G To what will he keep you strong?
  To the end. (I 1:8)

G How will he keep you to the end?
 Strong (I 1:8)
G Why will he keep you strong to the end?
  So that you will be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ. (I 1:8)

G When will you be blameless if you keep strong to the end?
  On the day of our Lord Jesus Christ. (I 1:8)

G On what day will you be blameless if you keep strong to the end?
 The day of our Lord Jesus Christ. (I 1:8)

G When will you be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ?
  If you keep strong to the end. (I 1:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 9, who is faithful?
  God, who has called you into fellowship with his Son Jesus Christ. (I 1:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 9, what is God?
  Faithful. (I 1:9)

G Who has called you into fellowship with his Son Jesus Christ?
  God. (I 1:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 10, why do I appeal to you brothers?
  That all of you may agree with one another.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 10, what may there be?
  No divisions among you.

G How may you be perfectly united?
  In mind and thought. (I 1:10)

X Context question: 2 part answer: Why should all of you agree with one another?
  So that there may be no divisions among you and that you may be perfectly united in
  mind and thought. (I 1:10)

G How may you be united in mind and thought?
  Perfectly. (I 1:10)

G Who have informed me that there are quarrels among you?
  Some from Chloe’s household. (I 1:11)

G What have some from Chloe’s household informed?
 That there are quarrels among you. (I 1:11)

G Whose household have some informed me that there are quarrels among you?
  Chloe’s. (I 1:11)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 11, what are there among you?
  Quarrels.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 12, what does Paul mean?
  One of you says, “I follow Paul,” another, “I follow Apollos,” another “I follow
  Cephas,” and another “I follow Christ.”

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 12, what does one of you say?
 “I follow Paul.”

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 12, whom do I follow?
  Paul, Apollos, Cephas, Christ.

X Context question: 4 part answer: In 1 Corinthians chapter 1, whom do the Corinthians
say they follow?
  Paul, Apollos, Cephas, Christ. (I 1:12)

G Who was not crucified for you?
  Paul. (I 1:13)

G Into whose name were you not baptized?
 Paul’s. (I 1:13)

G Of what is Paul thankful?
 That he did not baptize any of you except Crispus and Gaius. (I 1:14)

G Who is thankful that he did not baptize any of you except Crispus and Gaius?
  Paul. (I 1:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 14, whom did Paul baptized?
  Crispus and Gaius. (I 1:14)

G Why is Paul thankful that he did not baptize any of you except Crispus and Gaius?
  So that no one can say that you were baptized into my name. (I 1:14-15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 15, what can no one say?
 That you were baptized into my (Paul’s) name.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 16, whom did Paul baptized?
  The household of Stephanas.

X Context question: 3 part answer: In 1 Corinthians chapter 1 whom did Paul baptize?
 Crispus, Gauis, the household of Stephanas. (I 1:14,16)

G What does Paul not remember?
  If he baptized anyone else. (I 1:16)
X Context question: Two part question: What did Christ not send Paul to do, and what
  did Christ send Paul to do?
  Not to baptize but to preach the gospel. (I 1:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 17, What did Christ not send Paul to do?
  Baptize.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 17, What did Christ send Paul to do?
  Preach the gospel.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 17, How did Christ not send Paul to preach
the gospel?
  With words of human wisdom.

G Why did Christ not send Paul to preach the gospel with words of human wisdom?
  Lest the cross of Christ be emptied of its power. (I 1: 17)

G What is foolishness to those who are perishing?
  The message of the cross. (I 1:18)

G What is the message of the cross to those who are perishing?
  Foolishness. (I 1:18)

G What is the message of the cross to us who are being saved?
 The power of God. (I 1:18)

G To whom is the message of the cross foolishness?
  To those who are perishing. (I 1:18)

G To whom is the message of the cross the power of God?
 To us who are being saved. (I 1:18)

X Context question: 2 part question: What is the message of the cross to those who are
perishing and what is it to us who are being saved?
  Foolishness, the power of God. (I 1:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 19, what is written?
  “I will destroy the wisdom of the wise; the intelligence of the intelligent I will
  frustrate.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 19, what will God destroy?
 The wisdom of the wise.

G What will God frustrate?
  The intelligence of the intelligent. (I 1:19)
G What has God made foolish?
  The wisdom of the world. (I 1:20)

G Why was God pleased through the foolishness of what was preached to save those who
believe?
 Since in the wisdom of God, the world through its wisdom did not know God. (I 1:21)

G What do Jews demand?
  Miraculous signs. (I 1:22)

G What do Greeks look for?
  Wisdom. (I 1:22)

G Who demand miraculous signs?
  Jews. (I 1:22)

G Who look for wisdom?
  Greeks. (I 1:22)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 23, what do we preach?
  Christ crucified.

X Context question: What is Christ crucified to Jews and what is it to Greeks?
  A Stumbling block, Foolishness. (I 1:23)

G What is Christ crucified to Jews?
  A stumbling block. (I 1:23)

G What is Christ crucified to Greeks?
  Foolishness. (I 1:23)

G What is a stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Greeks?
  Christ crucified. (I 1:23)

G To whom is Christ crucified a stumbling block?
 Jews (I 1:23)

G To whom is Christ crucified foolishness?
 Greeks. (I 1:23)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 24, whom has God called?
 Both Jews and Greeks.

G What is Christ crucified to those whom God has called, both Jews and Greeks?
  The power of God and the wisdom of God. (I 1:24)
G What is wiser than man’s wisdom?
  The foolishness of God. (I 1:25)

G What is stronger than man’s strength?
  The weakness of God. (I 1:25)

X Context question: 2 part question: What is wiser than man’s wisdom and what is
stronger than man’s strength?
  The foolishness of God, the weakness of God. (I 1:25)

G Than what is the foolishness of God wiser?
  Man’s wisdom. (I 1:25)

G Than what is the weakness of God stronger?
  Man’s strength. (I 1:25)

X Context question: 3 part answer: What were not many of you when you were called?
  Wise by human standards, influential, of noble birth. (I 1:26)

G Who were of noble birth?
 Not many of you. (I 1:26)

G How were not many of you wise when you were called?
  By human standards. (I 1:26)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 26, what were not many of you when you
were called?
  Wise by human standards, influential, of noble birth.

G What did God choose to shame the wise?
 The foolish things of this world. (I 1:27)

G What did God choose to shame the strong?
 The weak things of this world. (I 1:27)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 27, what did God choose?
 The foolish things of this world, the weak things of this world.

G Why did God choose the foolish things of this world?
  To shame the wise. (I 1:27)

G Why did God choose the weak things of this world?
  To shame the strong. (I 1:27)

G What did God choose to nullify the things that are?
The lowly things of this world and the despised things and the things that are not. (I 1:
28)

G Why did God choose the lowly things of this world and the despised things and the
things that are not?
  To nullify the things that are. (I 1:28)

G Why did God choose the lowly things of this world and the despised things and the
things that are not to nullify the things that are?
  So that no one may boast before him. (I 1:28-29)

G Before whom may no one boast?
 God. (I 1:29)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 30, why are you in Christ Jesus?
 Because of him(God). (I 1:30)

G Who has become for us wisdom from God?
  Christ Jesus. (I 1:30)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 30, what has Christ Jesus become for us?
  Wisdom from God—that is our righteousness, holiness and redemption.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 31, what is written?
  “Let him who boasts, boast in the Lord.”

G How let him who boasts boast?
 In the Lord. (I 1:31)

                                                      Chapter 2

G Who did not come with eloquence or superior wisdom?
 Paul. (I 2:1)

G When did Paul not come with eloquence or superior wisdom?
  When he came to you. (I 2:1)

G With what did Paul not proclaim to you the testimony about God?
  With eloquence or superior wisdom. (I 2:1)

G What did Paul resolve?
  To know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified. (I 2:2)

G What did Paul resolve to know while he was with you?
  Nothing except Jesus Christ and him crucified. (I 2:2)
G When did Paul resolve to know nothing except Jesus Christ and him crucified?
  While he was with you (Corinthians). (I 2:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 3, with what did Paul come to you?
  In weakness and in fear and with much trembling.

X Context question: 2 part question: With what were Paul’s message and preaching not
and with what were Paul’s message and preaching?
 Wise and persuasive words, demonstration of the Spirit’s power. (I 2:4)

G What were not with wise and persuasive words?
  Paul’s message and preaching. (I 2:4)

G What were with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power?
  Paul’s message and preaching. (I 2:4)

G Why was Paul’s message and preaching with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power?
  So that your faith might not rest on man’s wisdom but on God’s power. (I 2:4-5)

G On what might your faith not rest?
  Man’s wisdom. (I 2:5)

G On what might your faith rest?
 God’s power. (I 2:5)

G What might not rest on man’s wisdom but on God’s power?
 Your faith. (I 2:5)

X Context question: 2 part answer, on what might your faith not rest and on what might
your faith rest?
  Man’s wisdom, God’s power. (I 2:5)

G What do we speak among the mature?
  A message of wisdom. (I 2:6)

G Among whom do we speak a message of wisdom?
  The mature. (I 2:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 6, what do we speak?
  A message of wisdom.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 6, what are coming to nothing?
  The wisdom of this age or of the rulers of this age.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 7, of what do we speak?
  God’s secret wisdom.
G What wisdom has been hidden?
  God’s secret wisdom. (I 2:7)

G What did God destine for our glory before time began?
  God’s secret wisdom. (I 2:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 8, who understood it?
 None of the rulers of this age.

G Who understood God’s secret wisdom?
  None of the rulers of this age. (I 2:8)

G What if the rulers of this age had understood it?
  They would not have crucified the Lord of glory. (I 2:8)

G When would they not have crucified the Lord of glory?
  If they had understood God’s secret wisdom. (I 2:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 9, what is written?
 “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for
those who love him.” (I 2:9)

G What has no eye seen?
  What God has prepared for those who love him. (I 2:9)

G What has no ear heard?
  What God has prepared for those who love him. (I 2:9)

G What has no mind conceived?
  What God has prepared for those who love him. (I 2:9)

G For whom has God prepared what no eye has seen, no ear heard and no mind
conceived?
  For those who love him. (I 2:9)

G How has God revealed it to us?
 By his spirit. (I 2:10)

G Who has revealed it by his spirit?
  God. (I 2:10)

G Who searches all things, even the deep things of God?
  The spirit. (I 2:10)
G Who searches all things?
 The Spirit. (I 2:10)

G What things does the Spirit search?
  All things, even the deep things of God. (I 2:10)

G Who knows the thoughts of a man?
  No one except the man’s spirit within him. (I 2:11)

G Who knows the thoughts of God?
  No one except the Spirit of God. (I 2:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 11, what does no one know except the
Spirit of God?
The thoughts of God.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 12, what have we not received?
 The spirit of the world.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 12, what have we received?
  The Spirit who is from God.

G Why have we received the spirit that is from God?
 That we may understand what God has freely given us. (I 2:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 13, how do we speak?
  Not in words taught us by human wisdom, but in words taught by the Spirit.

G How do we express spiritual truths?
 In spiritual words. (I 2:13)

G Who does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God?
  The man without the Spirit. (I 2:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 14, why does the man without the Spirit not
accept the things that come from the Spirit of God?
  They are foolishness to him and he cannot understand them. (I 2:14)

G What does the man without the Spirit not accept?
 The things that come from the Spirit of God. (I 2:14)

G Why can the man without the Spirit not understand the things that come from the Spirit
of God?
   They are spiritually discerned. (I 2:14)
G What are spiritually discerned?
  The things that come from the Spirit of God. (I 2:14)

G Who makes judgments about all things?
  The spiritual man. (I 2:15)

G Who is not subject to any man’s judgment?
 The spiritual man. (I 2:15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 16, what do we have?
  The mind of Christ. (I 2:16)

                                            Chapter 3

G How could Paul not address you?
 As spiritual, but as worldly. (I 3:1)

G Who are mere infants in Christ?
  You (The Corinthians) (I 3:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 2 What did Paul give you?
  Milk, not solid food.

G Why did Paul give you milk, not solid food?
 They are not ready for it. (I 3:2)

G For what are you still not ready?
  Solid food. (I 3:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 3, what are you?
  Still worldly. (I 3:3)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 3 what is there among you?
  Jealousy and quarreling.

G Like whom are you acting?
  Mere men. (I 3:3)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 4 whom do follow?
  Paul, Apollos. (I 3:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 4 what are you?
  Mere men.

G Who are mere men?
  You (The Corinthians). (I 3:4)
G What after all is Apollos and what is Paul?
 Only servants through whom you came to believe. (I 3:5)

G Who are only servants through whom you came to believe?
  Paul and Apollos. (I 3:5)

G What has the Lord assigned to each?
 His task. (I 3:5)

G Who has assigned to each his task?
  The Lord. (I 3:5)

G Who planted the seed?
  Paul. (I 3:6)

G Who watered the seed?
  Apollos. (I 3:6)

G Who made the seed grow?
  God. (I 3:6)

G What did Paul plant?
 The seed. (I 3:6)

G What did Apollos water?
 The seed. (I 3:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 7, who is not anything?
 Neither he who plants nor he who waters.

G Who makes things grow?
  God. (I 3:7)

G Who have one purpose?
  The man who plants and the man who waters. (I 3:8)

G Who will be rewarded according to his own labor?
  Both the man who plants and the man who waters. (I 3:8)

G According to what will each be rewarded?
  His own labor. (I 3:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 9 what are we?
  God’s fellow workers.
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 9, what are you?
  God’s field, God’s building.

G How did Paul lay a foundation?
  As an expert builder. (I 3:10)

G Who is building on the foundation?
  Someone else. (I 3:10)

G What should each be careful?
  How he builds. (I 3:10)

G Who is an expert builder?
  Paul. (I 3:10)

G What can no one lay?
  A foundation other than the one already laid. (I 3:11)

G What foundation is already laid?
  Jesus Christ. (I 3:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 11, what foundation is already laid?
  Jesus Christ. (I 3:11)

G Other than what can no one lay any foundation?
 Other than the one already laid. (I 3:11)

G What if any man builds on this foundation using gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay
or straw?
   His work will be shown for what it is. (I 3:12-13)

X Context question: 5 part answer: What materials do men use to build a foundation?
Gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay or straw. (I 3:12)

G When will a man’s work be shown for what it is?
 If he builds on this foundation using gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay or straw.
 (I 3:12-13)

G Why will his work be shown for what it is?
 Because the day will bring it to light. (I 3:13)

G What will bring it to light?
  The day. (I 3:13)

G To what will the Day bring it?
  To life. (I 3:13)
G What will be revealed with fire?
 His work. (I 3:13)

G What will test the quality of each man’s work?
  The fire. (I 3:13)

G What will the fire test?
  The quality of each man’s work. (I 3:13)

G What if what he has built survives?
  He will receive his reward. (I 3:14)

G What if what he has built is burnt up?
  He will suffer loss. He himself will be saved, but only as one escaping through the
  flames. (I 3:15)

G When will any man suffer loss?
 If what he has built burns up. (I 3:15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 15, how will he himself be saved?
  Only as one escaping through the flames.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 16, what do you know?
  You yourselves are God’s temple and God’s Spirit lives in you.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 16, what are you yourselves?
 God’s temple. (I 3:16)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 16, who lives in you?
  God’s spirit. (I 3:16)

G What if anyone destroys God’s temple?
  God will destroy him. (I 3:17)

G What is sacred?
  God’s temple. (I 3:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 17, what is God’s temple?
  Sacred. (I 3:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 17, what are you?
 That temple. (I 3:17)

G What if anyone thinks he is wise by the standards of this age?
  He should become a fool. (I 3:18)
G Why should anyone who thinks he is wise by the standards of this age become a fool?
  So that he may become wise. (I 3:18)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 18, What should he become?
 A fool. (I 3:18)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 18, what may he become?
  Wise. (I 3:18)

G What is foolishness in God’s sight?
  The wisdom of this world. (I 3:19)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 19, what is the wisdom of this world?
 Foolishness in God’s sight.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 19, what is written?
  He catches the wise in their craftiness.

G Who does he catch in their craftiness?
  The wise. (I 3:19)

G In what does he catch the wise?
 Their craftiness. (I 3:19)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 20, what does the Lord know?
 The thoughts of the wise are futile.

G What are futile?
 The thoughts of the wise. (I 3:20)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 20, what are the thoughts of the wise?
 Futile. (I 3:20)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 21 what are yours?
 All things. (I 3:21)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 21 what are all things?
 Yours. (I 3:21)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 22 what are yours?
  All things, whether Paul or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world or life or death or the
present or the future. (I 3:22)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 23, of whom are you?
  Of Christ. (I 3:23)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 23, of whom is Christ?
  God. (I 3:23)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 23, who is of Christ?
 You. (I 3:23)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 23, who is of God?
 Christ. (I 3:23)

                                               Chapter 4:

G How ought men to regard us?
  As servants of Christ, and those entrusted with the secret things of God. (I 4:1)

G With what are we entrusted?
  The secret things of God. (I 4:1)

G What is required?
  That those who have been given a trust must prove faithful. (I 4:2)

G Who must prove faithful?
  Those who have been given a trust. (I 4:2)

G What must those who have been given a trust prove?
  Faithful. (I 4:2)

G What does Paul care very little?
 If he is judged by you or by any human court. (I 4:3)

G By whom does Paul care very little if he is judged?
 By you or by any human court. (I 4:3)

G Who does not even judge himself?
  Paul. (I 4:3)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 4, what is clear?
 Paul’s conscience. (I 4:4)

G What does not make Paul innocent?
 Paul’s clear conscience. (I 4:4)

G Who judges Paul?
 The Lord. (I 4:4)

G What judge before the appointed time?
  Nothing. (I 4:5)
G How long wait?
  The Lord comes. (I 4:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 5, who comes?
  The Lord. (I 4:5)

G What will the Lord bring to light?
  What is hidden in darkness. (I 4:5)

G What will the Lord expose?
  The motives of men’s hearts. (I 4:5)

G What motives will the Lord expose?
  The motives of men’s hearts. (I 4:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 5 what will each receive from God at that
time?
  His praise.

G When will each receive his praise from God?
 At that time. (I 4:5)

G To whom has Paul applied these things?
  To himself and to Apollos. (I 4:6)

G Why has Paul applied these things to himself and to Apollos?
  For your benefit, so that you may learn the meaning of the saying: “Do not go beyond
what is written.” (I 4:6)

G For whose benefit has Paul applied these things to himself and to Apollos?
  Your (Corinthians) (I 4:6)

G Of what saying may you learn the meaning?
  “Do not go beyond what is written.” (I 4:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 6, in what will you not take pride?
  In one man over another. (I 4:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 7, what if you did receive it?
Why do you boast as though you did not. (I 4:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 8, what do you already have?
 What you want. (I 4:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 8, what have you become?
  Rich, kings. (I 4:8)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 8, what does Paul wish?
 That you really had become kings so that we might be kings with you. (I 4:8)

G Why does Paul wish that you really had become kings?
  So that we might be kings with you. (I 4:8)

G What does it seem to Paul?
  That God has put us apostles on display at the end of the procession, like men
condemned to die in the arena. (I 4:9)

G Who has God put on display at the end of the procession?
  Us apostles. (I 4:9)

G Where has God put us apostles on display?
  At the end of the procession. (I 4:9)

G Like what has God put us apostles on display at the end of the procession?
 Like men condemned to die in the arena. (I 4:9)

G To whom have we been made a spectacle?
  The whole universe, to angels as well as to men. (I 4:9)

G What have we been made to the whole universe?
  A spectacle. (I 4:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 9, what have we been made?
 A spectacle to the whole earth, to angels as well as to men.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 10, what are we?
  Fools for Christ, weak, dishonored. (I 4:10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 10, what are you?
 So wise in Christ, strong, honored. (I 4:10)

G Who are fools for Christ?
  We apostles. (I 4:10)

G Who are dishonored?
  We apostles. (I 4:10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 11, how do we go?
  Hungry and thirsty. (I 4:11)

G How do we go to this hour?
  Hungry and thirsty. (I 4:11)
G When do we go hungry and thirsty?
 To this hour. (I 4:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 11, what are we?
  In rags, brutally treated, homeless. (I 4:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 12, how do we work?
  Hard with our own hands. (I 4:12)

G With what do we work hard?
  Our own hands. (I 4:12)

G What do we do when we are cursed?
  We bless. (I 4:12)

G When do we bless?
  When we are cursed. (I 4:12)

G What do we do when we are persecuted?
  We endure it. (I 4:12)

G When do we endure it?
  When we are persecuted. (I 4:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 12, what are we?
  Cursed, persecuted. (I 4:12)

G What do we do when we are slandered?
  We answer kindly. (I 4:13)

G When do we answer kindly?
  When we are slandered. (I 4:13)

G How do we answer when we are slandered?
  Kindly. (I 4:13)

G What have we become up to this moment?
  The sum of the earth, the refuse of the world. (I 4:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 13, what have we become?
  The scum of the earth, the refuse of the world. (I 4:13)

G When have we become the scum of the earth, the refuse of the world?
  Up to this moment. (I 4:13)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 14, why am I not writing this?
  To shame you. (I 4:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 14, why am I writing this?
  To warn you as my dear children. (I 4:14)

G As what am I not writing this to shame you but to warn you?
  My dear children. (I 4:14)

X Context question: 2 part question: How am I not writing this to you, and how am I
writing this to you?
  Not to shame you, but to warn you as my dear children. (I 4:14)

G How many guardian angels do you have in Christ?
  Ten thousand. (I 4:15)

G How many fathers do you have in Christ?
  Not many. (I 4:15)

G Who became your father in Christ Jesus through the gospel?
  I (Paul) (I 4:15)

G Through what did Paul become your father in Christ Jesus?
 The gospel. (I 4:15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 15, what has Paul become through the
gospel?
  The Corinthians’ father. (I 4:15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 16, what did Paul urge you?
  To imitate him. (I 4:16)

G Whom is Paul sending to you?
  Timothy, my son whom I love. (I 4:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 17, who does Paul love?
  Timothy. (I 4:17)

G Of what will Timothy remind you?
  Paul’s way of life in Christ Jesus. (I 4:17)

G What agrees with what Paul teaches everywhere in every church?
  Paul’s way of life in Christ Jesus. (I 4:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 18, what have some of you become?
  Arrogant, as if Paul were not coming to you. (I 4:18)
G How have some of you become arrogant?
  As if Paul were not coming to you. (I 4:18)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 19, when will Paul come to you?
  Very soon, if the Lord is willing.

G What will Paul find out when he comes to you?
  Not only how these arrogant people are talking but also what power they have. (I4:19)

G What is not a matter of talk but of power?
  The kingdom of God. (I 4:20)

G Of what is the kingdom of God not a matter?
 Of talk. (I 4:20)

G Of what is the kingdom of God a matter?
 Of power. (I 4:20)

                                               Chapter 5

G What is actually reported?
  That there is sexual immorality among you, and of a kind that does not occur even
among pagans: A man has his father’s wife. (I 5:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 1, what is there among you?
  Sexual immorality.

G What does not occur even among pagans?
  A man has his father’s wife. (I 5:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 1, what does a man have?
  His father’s wife. (I 5:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 2, what are you?
  Proud. (I 5:2)

G With what should you rather have been filled?
 Grief. (I 5:2)

G Who should you have put out of their fellowship?
  The man who did this, (had his father’s wife) (I 5:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 3, How is Paul not with you?
  Physically. (I 5:3)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 3, How is Paul with you?
 In Spirit. (I 5:3)

G How has Paul already passed judgment on the one who did this?
  Just as if he were present. (I 5:3)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 4, what is present?
  The power of our Lord Jesus Christ. (I 5:4)

G Who hand over to Satan?
  This man . (The man who had his father’s wife) (I 5:5)

G Why hand this man over to Satan?
So that the sinful nature may be destroyed and his spirit saved on the day of our Lord. (I
5:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 5, what may be destroyed?
  The sinful nature. (I 5:5)

G When may his spirit be saved?
 On the day of our Lord. (I 5:5)

G What is not good?
  Your boasting. (I 5:6)

G What works through the whole batch of dough?
  A little yeast. (I 5:6)

G Through what does a little yeast work?
  The whole batch of dough. (I 5:6)

G Of what get rid?
  The old yeast. (I 5:7)

G Why get rid of the old yeast?
  So that you may be a new batch without yeast. (I 5:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 7, what may you be?
  A new batch without yeast. (I 5:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 7, what are you?
  A new batch without yeast. (I 5:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 7, what is Christ?
  The Passover lamb. (I 5:7)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 8, what keep?
 The Festival. (I 5:8)

G How keep the festival?
  Not with the old yeast, the yeast of malice and wickedness, but with a bread without
yeast, the bread of sincerity and truth. (I 5:8)

G What is the yeast of malice and wickedness?
  The old yeast. (I 5:8)

G What is the bread of sincerity and truth?
  The bread without yeast. (I 5:8)

G What is the old yeast?
 The yeast of malice and wickedness. (I 5:8)

G What is the bread without yeast?
 The bread of sincerity and truth. (I 5:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 9, how have I written you in my letter?
  Not to associate with sexually immoral people. (I 5:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 9, who should you not associate with?
  Sexually immoral people. (I 5:9)

G When would you have to leave this world?
   If Paul had meant not to associate with the people of this world who are immoral, or
the greedy and swindlers, or idolaters. (I 5:10)

X Context question: 4 part answer: In 1 Corinthians chapter 5, who are the people of this
world?
 Immoral, greedy, swindlers, idolaters. (I 5:10)

 A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 11, how am I now writing to you?
  You must not associate with anyone who calls himself a brother but is sexually
immoral, or greedy, an idolater, or a slanderer, a drunkard or a swindler. (I 5:10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 11, with whom must you not associate?
 Anyone who calls himself a brother but is sexually immoral, or greedy, an idolater, or a
 slanderer, a drunkard or a swindler. (I 5:11)

G With whom do not even eat?
 Anyone who calls himself a brother but is sexually immoral, or greedy, an idolater, or a
 slanderer, a drunkard or a swindler. (I 5:11)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 12, whom are you to judge?
  Those inside the church. (I 5:12)

G Who will judge those outside the church?
  God. (I 5:13)

G Whom expel?
 The wicked man from among you. (I 5:13)

                                      Chapter 6

G What if any of you has a dispute with another?
 Dare he take it before the ungodly for judgment instead of before the saints. (I 6:1)

G Who will judge the world?
  The saints. (I 6:2)

G What if you are to judge the world?
  Are you not competent to judge trivial cases? (I 6:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 2, who will you judge?
  The world. (I 6:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 3, who will we judge?
 Angels. (I 6:3)

G Who will judge angels?
 You, (the saints) (I 6:3)

G What if you have disputes about such matters?
  Appoint as judges even men of little account in the church. (I 6:4)

G Who appoint as judges?
 Even men of little account in the church. (I 6:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 5, why does Paul say this?
 To shame you. (I 6:5)

G Against whom does one brother go to law?
  Against another. (I 6:6)

G In front of whom does one brother go to law against another?
  Unbelievers. (I 6:6)

G What fact means that you have been completely defeated already?
  The fact that you have lawsuits among you. (I 6:7)
G What does the fact that you have lawsuits among you mean?
  That you have been completely defeated already. (I 6:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 8, what do you yourselves do?
  Cheat and do wrong. (I 6:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 9, who will not inherit the kingdom of
God?
 The wicked. (I 6:9)

X Context question: 11 part answer: In 1 Corinthians chapter 6, who will not inherit the
kingdom of God?
  Wicked, sexually immoral, idolaters, adulterers, male prostitutes, homosexual
offenders, thieves, greedy, drunkards, slanderers, swindlers. (I 6:9-10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 11, what were you?
  Washed, sanctified, justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of
our God. (I 6:11)

G What is permissible for me?
  Everything. (I 6:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 12, what is everything?
  Permissible for Paul. (I 6:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 12, what is not everything?
  Beneficial. (I 6:12)

G What is beneficial?
  Not everything (I 6:12)

G Who will not be mastered by anything?
 Paul. (I 6:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 13, what will God destroy?
  Both the stomach and food. (I 6:13)

G What is for the stomach?
 Food. (I 6:13)

G What is for food?
  Stomach. (I 6:13)

G For what is the body not meant?
 Sexual immorality. (I 6:13)
G For who is the body meant?
  The Lord. (I 6:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 14, by what did God raise the Lord from
the dead?
  By his power.

G Shall I then take the members of the body of Christ and unite them with a prostitute?
 Never. (I 6:15)

G How is he who unites himself with a prostitute one with her?
 In body. (I 6:16)

G Who is one with the prostitute in body?
  He who unites himself with a prostitute. (I 6:16)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 16, what is said?
 The two will become one flesh.

G What will become one flesh?
 The two. (I 6:16)

G What will the two become?
  One flesh. (I 6:16)

G How is he who unites himself with the Lord one with him?
 In spirit. (I 6:17)

G Who is one with the Lord in Spirit?
  He who unites himself with the Lord. (I 6:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 18, from what flee?
 Sexual immorality.

G What are outside a man’s body?
  All other sins (other than sexual sins) (I 6:18)

G Who sins against his own body?
  He who sins sexually. (I 6:18)

G What is a temple of the Holy Spirit?
  Your body. (I 6:19)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 19, who is in you?
 The Holy Spirit.
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 19, what are you not?
  Your own.

G How were you bought?
 At a price. (I 6:20)

G How honor God?
  With your body. (I 6:20)

                                                           Chapter 7

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 1, what is good?
For a man not to marry. (I 7:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 2, what is there?
So much immorality. (7:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 2 what should each man have?
His own wife. (7:2)

G Who should have his own wife?
Each man. (I 7:2)

G Who should have her own husband?
Each woman. (I 7:2)

G Who should fulfill his marital duties to his wife?
The husband. (I 7:3)

G What should the husband fulfill?
His marital duties to his wife. (I 7:3)

G To whom should the husband fulfill his marital duties?
His wife. (I 7:3)

G To whom does the wife's body belong?
Not to her alone, but also to her husband. (I 7:4)

G What does not belong to her alone?
The wife's body. (I 7:4)

G What do not do except by mutual consent?
Deprive each other. (I 7:5)

G Why deprive each other by mutual consent for a time?
So that you may devote yourselves to prayer. (I 7:5)
G To what may you devote yourselves?
Prayer. (I 7:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 6 why does Paul say this?
As a concession. (I 7:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 6, why does Paul not say this?
As a command. (I 7:6)

G Who says this as a concession not as a command?
Paul. (I 7:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 7, what does Paul wish?
That all men were as he is. (I 7:7)

G Who wishes that all men were as he is?
Paul. (I 7:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 7, what does each man have?
His own gift from God. (I 7:7)

G What does Paul say to the unmarried and the widows?
It is good for them to stay unmarried. (I 7:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 8, what is good?
For the unmarried and widows to stay unmarried.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 8, what is Paul?
Unmarried. (I 7:8)

G What if they cannot control themselves?
They should marry. (I 7:9)

G Why should they marry if they cannot control themselves?
For it is better to marry than to burn with passion. (I 7:9)

G What is better than to burn with passion?
To marry. (I 7:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 9, what is better?
To marry than to burn with passion.

G What command does the Lord give the married?
A wife must not separate from her husband. (1 7:10)
G Who gives the command: "A wife must not separate from her husband"?
Not Paul, but the Lord. (I 7:10)

G What if the wife does separate from her husband?
She should remain unmarried or else be reconciled to her husband. (I 7:11)

G Who must not divorce his wife?
A husband. (I 7:11)

G When must she remain unmarried or else be reconciled to her husband?
If she does marry. (I 7:11)

G What does Paul say to the rest?
If any brother has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live with him, he must
not divorce her. (I 7:12)

G Who says: "If any brother has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live
with him, he must not divorce her"?
I (Paul) not the Lord. (I 7:12)

G What if any brother has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live with
him?
He must not divorce her. (I 7:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 12, when must he not divorce her?
If he has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live with him.

G What if a woman has a husband who is not a believer and he is willing to live with her?
She must not divorce him. (I 7:13)

 G When must she not divorce him?
If she has a husband who is not a believer and he is willing to live with her. (I 7:13)

G Who has been sanctified through his wife?
The unbelieving husband. (I 7:14)

G Who has been sanctified through his believing wife?
The unbelieving husband. (I 7:14)

G Through whom has the unbelieving husband been sanctified?
Through his wife. (I 7:14)

G Through whom has the unbelieving wife been sanctified?
Through her believing wife. (I 7:14)
X Context question: 2 part question: Who has been sanctified through his wife and who
has been sanctified through her believing wife?
The unbelieving husband; the unbelieving wife. (I 7:14)

G Who would be unclean?
Your children. (I 7:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 14, what are your children?
Holy.

G What if the unbeliever leaves?
Let him do so. (I 7:15)

G Under what circumstances is a believing man or woman not bound?
If the unbeliever leaves. (I 7:15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 15, what has God called us?
To live in peace.

G Who has called us to live in peace?
God. (I 7:15)

G What should each one retain?
The place in life that the Lord has assigned to him and to which God has already called
him. (I 7:17)

G What rule does Paul lay down in all the churches?
Each one should retain the place in life that the Lord has assigned to him and to which
God has already called him. (I 7:17)

G What if a man was already circumcised when he was called?
He should not become uncircumcised. (I 7:18)

G What if a man was uncircumcised when he was called?
He should not become circumcised. (I 7:18)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 19, what is nothing?
Circumcision, and uncircumcision.

G What counts?
Keeping God's commands. (I 7:19)

G What is circumcision?
Nothing. (I 7:19)
G What is uncircumcision?
Nothing. (I 7:19)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 20, in what situation should each one
remain?
The situation he was in when God called him. (I 7:20)

G What if you were a slave when you were called?
Don't let it trouble you--however if you can gain your freedom, do so. (I 7:21)

G What if slaves can gain their freedom?
Do so. (I 7:21)

G Who is the Lord's freedman?
He who is a slave when he was called. (I 7:22)

G Who is Christ's slave?
He who was a free man when he was called. (I 7:22)

G At what were you bought?
A price. (I 7:23)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 23, what should you not become?
Slaves of men.

G How should each man remain in the situation God called him?
As responsible to God. (I 7:24)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 24, in what situation should each one
remain?
The situation God called him to. (I 7:24)

G What about virgins?
I have no command from the Lord. (I 7:25)

G By what is Paul trustworthy?
By the Lord's mercy. (I 7:25)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 25, What does Paul give?
A judgment. (I 7: 25)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 25, How does Paul give a judgment?
As one who by the Lord's mercy is trustworthy. (I 7: 25)

G Why does Paul think it is good to remain as you are?
Because of the present crisis. (I 7:26)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 26, what does Paul think?
It is good for you to remain as you are. (I 7:26)

G Who do not seek a divorce?
The married. (I 7:27)

G Who do not look for a wife?
The unmarried. (I 7:27)

G What if you do marry?
You have not sinned. (I 7:28)

G What if a virgin marries?
She has not sinned. (I 7:28)

G Who face many troubles in this life?
Those who marry. (I 7:28)

G Who wants to spare you many troubles in this life?
Paul. (I 7:28)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 28, what does Paul want?
To spare you this (many troubles in this life). (I 7:28)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 29, what does Paul mean?
The time is short. (I 7:29)

G What is short?
The time. (I 7:29)

G How should those who have wives live?
As though they had none. (I 7:29)

G How should those who mourn live?
As though they did not. (I 7:30)

G How should those who are happy live?
As though they were not. (I 7:30)

G How should those who buy something live?
As though it were not theirs to keep. (I 7:30)

G How should those who use the things of this world live?
As if not engrossed in them. (I 7:31)
G What is passing away?
The world in its present form. (I 7:31)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 32 what would Paul like?
For you to be free from concern. (I 7:32)

G Who would like you to be free from concern?
Paul. (I 7:32)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 32, who is concerned about the Lord's
affairs?
An unmarried man. (I 7:32)

G About what is an unmarried man concerned?
The Lord's affairs. (I 7:32)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 33 who is concerned about the affairs of
this world?
A married man. (I 7:33)

G About what is a married man concerned?
The affairs of this world. (I 7:33)

G Whose interests are divided?
A married man. (I 7:33-34)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 34, who is concerned about the Lord's
affairs?
An unmarried woman or virgin. (I 7:34)

G About what is an unmarried woman or virgin concerned?
The Lord's affairs. (I 7:34)

G What is an unmarried woman or virgin's aim?
To be devoted to the Lord in both body and spirit. (I 7:34)

G Whose aim is to be devoted to the Lord in both body and spirit?
An unmarried woman or virgin. (I 7:34)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 34, who is concerned about the affairs of
this world?
A married woman.

G About what is a married woman concerned?
The affairs of this world. (I 7:34)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 35, why is Paul saying this?
For your own good, but that they may live in a right way in undivided devotion to the
Lord.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 35, why is Paul not saying this?
To restrict the Corinthians.

G How may you live?
In a right way, in undivided devotion to the Lord. (I 7:35)

G What if anyone thinks he is acting improperly toward the virgin he is engaged to and if
she is getting along in years and he feels he ought to marry?
He should do as he wants. (I 7:36)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 36, when should they get married?
if anyone thinks he is acting improperly toward the virgin he is engaged to and if she is
getting along in years and he feels he ought to marry. (I 7:36)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 36, when is he not sinning?
if anyone thinks he is acting improperly toward the virgin he is engaged to and if she is
getting along in years and he feels he ought to marry. (I 7:36)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 36, when should he do as he wants?
if anyone thinks he is acting improperly toward the virgin he is engaged to and if she is
getting along in years and he feels he ought to marry. (I 7:36)

G Who is under no compulsion but has control over his own will?
The man who has settled the matter in his own mind. (I 7:37)

G Who has control over his own will?
The man who has settled the matter in his own mind. (I 7:37)

G Who also does the right thing?
The man who has settled the matter in his own mind, who is under no compulsion, but
has control over his own will, and who has made up his mind not to marry. (I 7:37)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 38, who does right?
He who marries the virgin. (I 7:38)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 38, who does even better?
He who does not marry the virgin.

G When is a woman bound to her husband?
As long as he lives. (I 7:39)
G What if her husband dies?
She is free to marry anyone she wishes, but he must belong to the Lord. (I 7:39)

G When is she free to marry anyone she wishes?
If her husband dies. (I 7:39)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 39, to whom must he belong?
The Lord. (I 7:39)

G When is a woman happier in Paul’s judgment?
If she stays as she is. (I 7:40)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 40, what does Paul think?
That he has the Spirit of God. (I 7:40)

                                              Chapter 8

G What about food sacrificed to idols?
We know that all possess knowledge. (I 8:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 1 what do we know?
All possess knowledge. (I 8:1)

G What puffs up?
Knowledge. (I 8:1)

G What builds up?
Love. (I 8:1)

X Context question: 2 part question: What puffs up and what builds up?
Knowledge, love. (I 8:1)

G What does the man who thinks he knows something not know?
What he ought to know. (I 8:2)

G Who does not yet know what he ought to know?
The man who thinks he knows something. (I 8:2)

G Who is known by God?
The man who loves God. (I 8:3)

G By whom is the man who loves God known?
God. (I 8:3)

G What about eating food sacrificed to idols?
We know that an idol is nothing at all in the world and there is no God but one. (I 8:4)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 4 what do we know?
An idol is nothing at all in the world and there is no God but one. (I 8:4)

G What is an idol?
Nothing at all in the world. (I 8:4)

G What if there are so-called gods?
For us there is but one God, the father, and one Lord Jesus Christ. (I 8:5-6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 5 what are there?
Many "gods" and many "lords". (I 8:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 6, what is there for us?
One God, the Father and one Lord Jesus Christ. (I 8:6)

X Context question, 2 part answer: in 1 Corinthians chapter 8 from whom does all things
come and through whom does all things come?
One God the Father, one Lord Jesus Christ. (I 8:6)

G For whom do we live?
One God the Father. (I 8:6)

G Through whom do we live?
One Lord Jesus Christ. (I 8:6)

G To what are some people still so accustomed?
Idols. (I 8:7)

G How accustomed are some people to idols?
When they eat such food they think of it as having been sacrificed to an idol. (I 8:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 7 what is weak?
Their conscience. (I 8:7)

G What does not bring us near to God?
Food. (I 8:8)

G When are we no worse?
If we do not eat. (I 8:8)

G When are we no better?
If we do eat. (I 8:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 9, about what be careful?
That the exercise of your freedom does not become a stumbling block to the weak. (I 8:9)
G To whom be careful that exercise of your freedom not become a stumbling block?
The weak. (I 8:9)

G What if anyone with a weak conscience sees you who have this knowledge eating in an
idol's temple?
Won't he be emboldened to eat what has been sacrificed to idols? (I 8:10)

G When will he be emboldened to eat what has been sacrificed to idols?
If he sees you who have this knowledge eating in an idol's temple. (I 8:10)

G Who is destroyed by your knowledge?
This weak brother. (I 8:11)

G By what is this weak brother destroyed?
Your knowledge. (I 8:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 11, for whom did Christ die?
This weak brother. (I 8:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 12, when do you sin against Christ?
When you sin against your brothers in this way and wound their weak conscience. (I
8:12)

G What do you wound when you sin against your brothers in this way?
Their weak conscience. (I 8:12)

G What if what Paul eats causes my brother to fall into sin?
He will never eat meat again. (I 8:13)

G When will Paul never eat meat again?
If what Paul eats causes my brother to fall into sin. (I 8:13)

G Why will Paul never eat meat again?
So that he will not cause him to fall. (I 8:13)

                                                       Chapter 9

G Whom has Paul seen?
The Lord. (1 9:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 2, what may Paul not be?
An apostle to others. (I 9:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 2, what is Paul?
An apostle to you. (9:2)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 2, what are the you?
The seal of my apostleship in the Lord.

G Who are the seal of Paul's apostleship in the Lord?
You. (I 9:2)

G To whom is this Paul’s defense?
To those who sit in judgment on me. (I 9:3)

G What is my defense to those who sit in judgment on me?
Don't we have the right to food and drink? (I 9:3-4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 4 what right do we have?
The right to food and drink. (I 9:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 5, what right do we have?
The right to take a believing wife. (I 9:5)

G Who has the right to take a believing wife?
We, as do the other apostles and the Lord's brother and Cephas. (I 9:6)

X Context question: Of what does he who plants a vineyard eat?
Of its grapes. (I 9:7)

X Context question: Of what does he who tends a flock drink?
Of its milk. (I 9:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 9, what is written in the Law of Moses?
"Do not muzzle an ox while it is treading out the grain."

G Where is it written: "Do not muzzle an ox while it is treading out the grain"?
In the Law of Moses. (1 9:9)

G When do not muzzle an ox?
While it is treading out the grain. (I 9:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 10, For whom does he say this?
For us.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 10, for whom is it written?
For us.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 10, why was it written for us?
Because when the plowman plows and the thresher threshes, they ought to do so in the
hope of sharing in the harvest.
G Who plows?
The plowman. (I 9:10)

G Who threshes?
The thresher. (I 9:10)

G Why ought the plowman plow and the thresher thresh?
In the hope of sharing in the harvest. (I 9:10)

G What seed have we sown among you?
Spiritual. (I 9:11)

G What harvest should we reap from you?
A material. (I 9:11)

G What if we have sown a spiritual seed among you?
Is it too much that we reap a material harvest from you? (I 9:11)

G What if others have this right of support from you?
Shouldn't we have it all the more. (I 9:12)

G What right did we not use?
This right of support from you. (I 9:12)

G Rather than what did we put up with anything?
Rather than to hinder the gospel of Christ. (I 9:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 13, what don't you know?
Those who work in the temple get their food from the temple and those who serve at the
altar share in what is offered on the altar. (I 9:13)

G From where do those who work at the temple get their food?
The temple. (I 9:13)

G Who get their food from the temple?
Those who work at the temple. (I 9:13)

G In what do those who serve at the altar share?
In what is offered on the altar. (I 9:13)

G Who share in what is offered on the altar?
Those who serve at the altar. (I 9:13)

G Who has commanded that those who preach the gospel should receive their living from
the gospel?
The Lord. (I 9:14)
G From what has the Lord commanded that those who preach the gospel should receive
their living?
From the gospel. (I 9:14)

G Who should receive their living from the gospel?
Those who preach the gospel. (9:14)

X Context question: 4 part answer: In 1 Corinthians chapter 9, What rights has Paul not
used?
Any of these: food, drink, take a believing wife, right of support (I 9:4-15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 15, why is Paul not writing this?
In the hope that you would do such things for me. (I 9:15)

G Rather than what would Paul die?
Have anyone deprive me of this boast. (I 9:15)

G What is Paul compelled to do?
Preach the gospel. (I 9:16)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 16, when can Paul not boast?
When he preaches the gospel. (I 9:16)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 16 when is woe to Paul?
If he does not preach the gospel. (I 9:16)

G What if Paul preaches voluntarily?
He has a reward. (I 9:17)

G What if Paul does not preach voluntarily?
He is simply discharging the trust committed to him. (I 9:17)

G What then is Paul's reward?
Just this: That in preaching the gospel I may offer it free of charge and so not make use of
my rights in preaching it. (I 9:18)

G How may Paul offer the gospel?
Free of charge. (I 9:18)

G Why does Paul make himself a slave to everyone?
To win as many as possible. (I 9:19)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 19, what is Paul?
Free. (I 9:19)
G To whom does Paul belong?
No man. (I 9:19)

G To whom did Paul become like a Jew?
To the Jews. (I 9:20)

G What did Paul become to the Jews?
like a Jew. (I 9:20)

G Why did Paul become like a Jew to the Jews?
To win the Jews. (I 9:20)

G To whom did Paul become like one under the Law?
To those under the Law. (I 9:20)

G What did Paul become to those under the Law?
Like one under the Law. (I 9:20)

G Why did Paul become like one under the Law to those under the Law?
So as to win those under the Law. (I 9:20)

G Under what is Paul himself not?
Under the Law. (I 9:20)

G What did Paul become to those not having the Law?
Like one not having the Law. (I 9:21)

G To whom did Paul become like one not having the Law?
Those not having the Law. (I 9:21)

G Why did Paul become like one not having the Law to those not under the Law?
to win those not having the Law. (I 9:21)

G From what is Paul not free?
God's law. (I 9:21)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 21, under what is Paul?
Christ's law. (I 9:21)

G To whom did Paul become weak?
The weak. (I 9:22)

G What did Paul become to the weak?
Weak. (I 9:22)
G Why did Paul become weak to the weak?
To win the weak. (I 9:22)

G What has Paul become to all men?
All things. (I 9:22)

G To whom has Paul become all things?
All men. (I 9:22)

G Why has Paul become all things to all men?
So that by all possible means he might save some. (I 9:22)

G Why does Paul do all this for the sake of the gospel?
So that he may share in its blessings. (I 9:23)

G Who run in a race?
All the runners. (I 9:24)

G Who gets the prize?
Only one. (I 9:24)

G How run in a race?
In such a way as to get the prize. (I 9:24)

G Into what does everyone who competes in the games go?
Into strict training. (I 9:25)

G Who goes into strict training?
Everyone who competes in the games. (I 9:25)

G Who do it to get a crown that will not last?
They (Everyone who competes in the games) (I 9:25)

G Why does everyone who competes in the games go into strict training?
To get a crown that will not last. (I 9:25)

G Who do it to get a crown that will last forever?
We. (I 9:25)

G Why do we go into strict training?
To get a crown that will last forever. (I 9:25)

G How does Paul not run?
Like a man running aimlessly. (I 9:26)
G How does Paul not fight?
Like a man beating the air. (I 9:26)

G What does Paul beat?
His body. (I 9:27)

G Why does Paul beat his body and make it his slave?
So that after he has preached the gospel to others, he himself will not be disqualified for
the prize. (I 9:27)

G For what will Paul himself not be disqualified?
For the prize. (I 9:27)

                                       Chapter 10

G Of what fact does Paul not want you to be ignorant?
Our forefathers were all under the cloud and they all passed through the sea. (I 10:1)

G Under what were our forefathers?
The cloud. (I 10:1)

G Through what did our forefathers pass?
The sea. (I 10:1)

G Who were all under the cloud?
Our forefathers. (I 10:1)

G Who all passed through the sea?
Our forefathers. (I 10:1)

G Into whom were our forefathers all baptized?
Moses. (I 10:2)

G In what were our forefathers all baptized into Moses?
In the cloud and in the sea. (I 10:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 3, What did they all eat?
The same spiritual food. (I 10:3)

G What did our forefathers drink?
The same spiritual drink. (I 10:4)

G From what did our forefathers drink?
The spiritual rock that accompanied them. (I 10:4)
G Who was the spiritual rock that accompanied them?
Christ. (1 10:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 4, what was Christ?
That rock.

G Who was not pleased with most of our forefathers?
God. (I 10:5)

G What were scattered all over the desert?
Their bodies. (I 10:5)

G Where were their bodies scattered?
All over the desert. (I 10:5)

G Why did these things occur as examples?
To keep us from setting our hearts on evil as they did. (I 10:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 7, what do not be?
idolaters. (I 10:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 7, What were some of them?
Idolaters. (I 10:7)

G How do not be idolaters?
As some of them were. (I 10:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 7, what is written?
"The people sat down to eat and drink and got up to indulge in pagan revelry." (I 10:7)

G Who sat down to eat and drink?
The people. (I 10:7)

G Why did the people sit down?
To eat and drink. (I 10:7)

G Why did the people get up?
To indulge in pagan revelry. (I 10:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 8, what do not do?
Commit adultery.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 8, what did some of them do?
commit adultery.
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 8, who died?
Twenty-three thousand of them.

G How many of our forefathers died in one day?
Twenty-three thousand of them. (I 10:8)

According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 9, what do not do?
Test the Lord. (I 10:9)

G How do not test the Lord?
As some of them did. (I 10:9)

G Whom do not test?
The Lord. (I 10:9)

G How were some of them who tested the Lord killed?
By snakes. (I 10:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 9, how were some of them killed?
By snakes. (I 10:9)

G Who were killed by snakes?
Some of them who grumbled. (I 10:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 10, what do not do?
Grumble. (I 10:10)

G How do not grumble?
As some of them did. (I 10:10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 10, What did some of them do?
Grumble. (I 10:10)

G How were some of them who grumbled killed?
By the destroying angel. (I 10:10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 10, how were some of them killed?
By the destroying angel. (I 10:10)

G Who were killed by the destroying angel?
Some of them who grumbled. (I 10:10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 11, how were these things written down?
As warnings. (I 10:11)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 11, what has come?
The fulfillment of the ages. (I 10:11)

G What if you think you are standing firm?
Be careful that you don't fall. (I 10:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 12, what be?
Careful. (I 10:12)

G Except what has no temptation seized you?
Except what is common to man. (I 10:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 13, who is faithful?
God. (I 10:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 13, what is God?
Faithful. (I 10:13)

G Beyond what will God not let you be tempted?
Beyond what you can bear. (I 10:13)

G What will God do when you are tempted?
Provide a way out so that you can stand up under it. (I 10:13)

G What will God also provide when you are tempted?
A way out, so that you can stand up under it. (I 10:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 14, from what flee?
Idolatry. (I 10:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 15, To whom does Paul speak?
Sensible people. (I 10:15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 15, what judge for yourselves?
What Paul says. (I 10:15)

G What cup is a participation in the blood of Christ?
The cup of Thanksgiving for which we give thanks. (I 10:16)

G What is a participation in the body of Christ?
The bread that we break. (I 10:16)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 17, what is there?
One loaf. (I 10:17)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 17, why are we who are many one body?
Because there is one loaf and we all partake of the one loaf. (I 10:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 18, whom consider?
The people of Israel. (I 10:18)

G Who participate in the altar?
Those who eat the sacrifices. (I 10:18)

G In what do those who eat the sacrifices participate?
The altar. (I 10:18)

X Context question: Do I mean then that a sacrifice offered to an idol is anything or that
an idol is anything?
No. (I 10:19-20)

G To whom are the sacrifices of pagans offered?
Demons. (I 10:20)

G To whom are the sacrifices of pagans not offered?
God. (I 10:20)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 20, with whom do I not want you to be
participants?
Demons. (I 10:20)

G What cup can you not drink?
The cup of the Lord and the cup of demons. (I 10:21)

G In what table can you not take part?
Both the Lord's table and the table of demons. (I 10:21)

G What is permissible?
Everything. (I 10:23)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 23, what is everything?
Permissible. (I 10:23)

G What is beneficial?
Not everything. (I 10:23)

G What is constructive?
Not everything. (I 10:23)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 23, what is not everything?
Beneficial, constructive. (I 10:23)
G Whose good should nobody seek?
Their own good. (I 10:24)

G Whose good should you seek?
The good of others. (I 10:24)

G Who should seek their own good?
Nobody. (I 10:24)

G How eat anything sold in the meat market?
Without raising questions of conscience. (I 10:25)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 25, What eat without raising questions of
conscience?
Anything sold in the meat market. (I 10:25)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 26 what is the Lord's?
The earth and everything in it.

G Whose is the earth and everything in it?
The Lord's. (I 10:26)

G What if some unbeliever invites you to a meal and you want to go?
Eat whatever is put before you without raising questions of conscience. (I 10:27)

G When eat whatever is put before you without raising questions of conscience?
If some unbeliever invites you to a meal and you want to go. (I 10:27)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 27, what eat without raising questions of
conscience?
Whatever is put before you. (I 10:27)

G What if anyone says to you: "This has been offered in sacrifice"?
Then do not eat it. (I 10:28)

G Why do not eat it when anyone says to you: "This has been offered in sacrifice"?
Both for the sake of the man who told you and for conscience' sake. (I 10:28)

G For whose sake do not eat it?
The sake of the man who told you and for conscience' sake. (I 10:28)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 29, whose conscience does Paul mean?
The other man's conscience, not yours.

G How does Paul take part in the meal?
With thankfulness. (I 10:30)
G What if Paul takes part in the meal with thankfulness?
Why am I denounced because of something I thank God for. (I 10:30)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 31, what do for the glory of God?
Whether you eat or drink or whatever you do. (I 10:31)

G Whom do not cause to stumble?
Anyone, whether Jews, Greeks, or the church of God. (I 10:32)

G Whom does Paul try to please?
Everybody. (I 10:33)

G How does Paul try to please everybody?
In every way. (I 10:33)

G Whose good is Paul not seeking?
His own. (I 10:33)

G Whose good is Paul seeking?
The good of others. (I 10:33)

G Why is Paul not seeking his own good but the good of others?
So that they may be saved. (I 10:33)

                                                Chapter 11

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 1, what follow?
Paul’s example. (1 11:1)

G Whose example follow?
Paul's. (I 11:1)

G How follow Paul's example?
As he follows the example of Christ. (I 11:1)

G Who follows the example of Christ?
Paul. (I 11:1)

G Whose example does Paul follow?
The example of Christ. (I 11:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 2, why does Paul praise you?
For remembering me in everything and for holding to my teachings just as I passed them
on to you.
G How do you hold to Paul's teachings?
Just as he passed them on to you. (I 11:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 3, what does Paul want you to realize?
The head of every man is Christ and the head of the woman is man and the head of Christ
is God. (

G Who is the head of every man?
Christ. (I 11:3)

G Who is the head of woman?
Man. (I 11:3)

G Who is the head of Christ?
God. (I 11:3)

G Of whom is Christ the head?
Every man. (I 11:3)

G Of whom is man the head?
Every woman. (I 11:3)

G Of whom is God the head?
Christ. (I 11:3)

G How does man dishonor his head?
By praying or prophesying with his head covered. (I 11:4)

G What does every man who prays or prophesies with his head covered dishonor?
His head. (I 11:4)

G How does woman dishonor her head?
By praying or prophesying with her head uncovered. (I 11:5)

G What does every woman who prays or prophesies with her head uncovered dishonor?
Her head. (I 11:5)

X Context question: 2 part question: How does man dishonor his head and how does
woman dishonor her head?
By praying or prophesying with his head covered.
By praying or prophesying with her head uncovered. (I 11:4-5)

G What is just as if her head were shaved?
If a woman prays or prophesies with her head uncovered. (I 11:5)
G What if a woman does not cover her head?
She should have her hair cut off. (I 11:6)

G What if it is a disgrace for a woman to have her hair cut or shaved off?
She should cover her head. (I 11:6)

G When should a woman have her hair cut off?
If she does not cover her head. (I 11:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 6, when should a woman cover her head?
If it is a disgrace for her to have her hair cut or shaved off. (I 11:6)

G Why ought a man not to cover his head?
Since he is the image and glory of God. (I 11:7)

G Who is the image and glory of God?
Man. (I 11:7)

G Who ought not to cover his head?
Man. (I 11:7)

G Who is the glory of man?
Woman. (I 11:7)

X Context question: 2 part question: Who is the glory of God and who is the glory of
man?
Man, woman. (I 11:7)

G Who did not come from woman?
Man. (I 11:8)

G Who was not created for woman?
Man. (I 11:9)

G Why ought the woman to have a sign of authority on her head?
For this reason (Man was not created for woman but woman for man) and because of the
angels. (I 11:10)

G What ought the woman to have on her head?
A sign of authority. (I 11:10)

G Who ought to have a sign of authority on her head?
The woman. (I 11:10)

G Who is not independent of man?
Woman. (I 11:11)
G Who is not independent of woman?
Man. (I 11:11)

G How is woman not independent of man nor is man independent of woman?
In the Lord. (I 11:11)

G Who came from man?
Woman. (I 11:12)

G Who is born of woman?
Man. (I 11:12)

G What comes from God?
Everything. (I 11:12)

G From where does everything come?
God. (I 11:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 13, what judge for yourselves?
Is it proper for a woman to pray to God with her head uncovered?

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 13, what is not proper?
For a woman to pray to God with her head uncovered.

G How is it not proper for a woman to pray to God?
With her head uncovered. (I 11:13)

G What does the very nature of things teach us?
If a man has long hair, it is a disgrace to him. (I 11:14)

G What is a disgrace to a man?
If he has long hair. (I 11:14)

G What if a man has long hair?
It is a disgrace to him. (I 11:14)

G What if a woman has long hair?
It is her glory. (I 11:15)

G As what is long hair given to her?
A covering. (I 11:15)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 15, what is given to her as a covering?
Long hair. (I 11:15)
G What if anyone wants to be contentious about this?
We have no other practice--nor do the churches of God. (I 11:16)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 16 what do we have?
No other practice. (I 11:16)

G Who have no other practice?
We nor the churches of God. (I 11:16)

G Where does Paul have no praise for you?
In the following directives. (I 11:17)

G What do your meetings do?
More harm than good. (I 11:17)

G What do more harm than good?
Your meetings. (I 11:17)

G What are there when you come together as a church?
Divisions among you. (I 11:18)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 18, what are there?
Divisions among you. (I 11:18)

G What does Paul believe to some extent?
That when you come together as a church there are divisions among you. (I 11:18)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 19, what have there to be?
Differences among you. (I 11:19)

G Why do there have to be differences among you?
To show which of you have God's approval. (I 11:19)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 20, What do you not eat when you come
together?
The Lord's supper. (I 11:20)

G When do you not eat the Lord's supper?
When you come together. (I 11:20)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 21, How do you eat?
Each of you goes ahead without waiting for anybody else.

G When do each of you go ahead without waiting for anybody else?
When you eat. (I 11:21)
G Who remains hungry?
One. (I 11:21)

G Who gets drunk?
Another. (I 11:21)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 22, what do you have?
Homes to eat and drink in. (I 11:22)

G Who do you despise?
The church of God. (I 11:22)

G Who do you humiliate?
Those who have nothing. (I 11:22)

G Shall I praise you for this?
Certainly not. (I 11:22)

G What did Paul pass on to you?
What I (Paul) received from the Lord. (I 11:23)

G Who took bread?
Jesus. (I 11:23)

G When did Jesus take bread?
On the night he was betrayed. (I 11:23)

G What did Jesus do on the night he was betrayed?
Took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it. (I 11:23-24)

G When did Jesus break the bread?
When he had given thanks. (I 11:24)

G What did Jesus say when he had given thanks and broke the bread?
"This is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me." (I 11:24)

G Who said: "This is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me"?
Jesus. (I 11:24)

G When did Jesus say: "This is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of
me"?
When he had given thanks and broke the bread. (I 11:24)

G What did Jesus take after the supper?
The cup. (I 11:25)
G When did Jesus take the cup?
After the supper. (I 11:25)

G What did Jesus say when he took the cup?
"This cup is the new covenant in my blood; do this in remembrance of me." (I 11:25)

G What is the new covenant in my blood?
This cup. (I 11:25)

G Who said: "This cup is the new covenant in my blood; do this in remembrance of me?"
Jesus. (I 11:25)

G When did Jesus say: "This cup is the new covenant in my blood; do this in
remembrance of me"?
After the supper when he took the cup. (I 11:25)

G What do you proclaim whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup?
The Lord's death. (I 11:26)

G Until when do you proclaim the Lord's death?
Until he comes. (I 11:26)

G Who will be guilty of sinning against the body and blood of the Lord?
Whoever eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner. (I 11:27)

G Of what will whoever eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy
manner be guilty?
Sinning against the body and blood of the Lord. (I 11:27)

G Against what will whoever eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy
manner be guilty of sinning?
Against the body and blood of the Lord. (I 11:27)

G Who ought to examine himself before he eats of the bread and drinks of the cup?
A man. (I 11:28)

G When ought a man to examine himself?
Before he eats of the bread and drinks of the cup. (I 11:28)

G Before what ought a man to examine himself?
Before he eats of the bread and drinks of the cup. (I 11:28)

G Who eats and drinks judgment on himself?
Anyone who eats and drinks without recognizing the body of the Lord. (I 11:29)
G What does anyone who eats and drinks without recognizing the body of the Lord do?
Eats and drinks judgment on himself. (I 11:29)

G Why are many among you weak and sick?
That is why (Anyone who eats and drinks without recognizing the body of the Lord eats
and drinks judgment on himself.) (I 11:30)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 30 what are many among you?
Weak and sick. (I 11:30)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 30, who have fallen asleep?
A number of you. (I 11:30)

G What if we judged ourselves?
We would not come under God's judgment. (I 11:31)

G When would we not come under God's judgment?
If we judged ourselves. (I 11:31)

G What if we are judged by the Lord?
We are being disciplined so that we will not be condemned with the world. (I 11:32)

G When are we being disciplined so that we will not be condemned with the Lord?
When we are judged by the Lord. (I 11:32)

G Why are we being disciplined?
So that we will not be condemned with the Lord. (I 11:32)

G With whom will we not be condemned if we are being disciplined by the Lord?
The world. (I 11:32)

G What do when you come together to eat?
Wait for each other. (I 11:33)

G When wait for each other?
When you come together to eat. (I 11:33)

G What if anyone is hungry?
He should eat at home. (I 11:34)

G Why should anyone who is hungry eat at home?
So that when you meet together, it may not result in judgment. (I 11:34)

G When will I give further directions?
When I come. (I 11:34)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 34, what will Paul do when he comes?
Give further directions. (I 11:34)

                                      Chapter 12

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 1, about what do I not want you to be
ignorant?
About spiritual gifts. (I 12:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 2, what do you know?
When you were pagans, somehow or other you were influenced and led astray to mute
idols. (I 12:2)

G How were you influenced and led astray when you were pagans?
By mute idols. (I 12:2)

G When were you influenced and led astray by mute idols?
When you were pagans. (I 12:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 3, what do I tell you?
No one who is speaking by the spirit can say: "Jesus be cursed," and no one can say
"Jesus is Lord," except by the Holy Spirit. (I 12:3)

G Who says "Jesus be cursed"?
No one who is speaking by the spirit. (I 12:3)

G How can no one say "Jesus be cursed"?
Speaking by the spirit. (I 12:3)

G What can no one who is speaking by the spirit say?
"Jesus be cursed." (I 12:3)

G Who can say: "Jesus is Lord."?
No one except by the Holy Spirit. (I 12:3)

G Except by whom can no one say: "Jesus is Lord."?
The Holy Spirit. (I 12:3)

G What can no one say except by the Holy Spirit?
"Jesus is Lord. (I 12:3)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 4 Of what are there different kinds?
Gifts. (I 12:4)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 4, what is the same?
The same Spirit. (I 12:4)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 4 what are there?
Different kinds of gifts but the same Spirit. (I 12:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 5 Of what are there different kinds?
service. (I 12:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 5, what is the same?
The same Lord. (I 12:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 5 what are there?
Different kinds of service but the same Lord. (I 12:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 6 Of what are there different kinds?
working. (I 12:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 6, what is the same?
The same God works all of them in all men. (I 12:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 6 what are there?
Different kinds of working but the same God works all of them in all men. (I 12:6)

X Context question: 2 part question: In 1 Corinthians chapter 12, What 3 things are
different and what 3 things are the same?
Kinds of gifts, service and working.
Same Spirit, Lord and God. (I 12:4-6)

G What is given for the common good?
The manifestation of the Spirit. (I 12:7)

G Why is the manifestation of the Spirit given?
For the common good. (I 12:7)

G What is given to one through the Spirit?
The message of wisdom. (I 12:8)

G What is given by means of the same spirit?
The message of knowledge. (I 12:8)

G Through what is the message of wisdom given?
The spirit. (I 12:8)

G By means of what is the message of knowledge given?
By means of the same spirit. (I 12:8)

G By whom is faith given?
By the Spirit. (I 12:9)
G By what is gifts of healing given?
By that same spirit. (I 12:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 9, what is given by the Spirit?
Faith, gifts of healing. (I 12:9)

X Context question: 9 part answer: In 1 Corinthians chapter 12 what is given by the
Spirit?
Message of wisdom, message of knowledge, faith, gifts of healing, miraculous powers,
prophecy, ability to distinguish between spirits, the ability to speak in different kinds of
tongues, the interpretation of tongues. (I 12:8-10)

G What are the work of one and the same spirit?
All these (Message of wisdom, message of knowledge, faith, gifts of healing, miraculous
powers, prophecy, ability to distinguish between spirits, the ability to speak in different
kinds of tongues, the interpretation of tongues.) (I 12:8-11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 11, how does the Spirit give to each one?
Just as he determines. (I 12:11)

G What does the Spirit do just as he determines?
Gives to each one. (I 12:11)

G What is a unit?
The body. (I 12:12)

G What is made up of many parts?
The body. (I 12:12)

G Of what is the body made up?
Many parts. (I 12:12)

G What are its parts?
Many. (I 12:12)

G What do its parts form?
One body. (I 12:12)

G What form one body?
All its parts. (I 12:12)


A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 12, How is it with Christ?
The body is a unit, though it is made up of many parts, and though all its parts are many,
they form one body. (I 12:12)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 13, How were we baptized?
By one Spirit into one body. (I 12:13)

G Who were all baptized by one Spirit into one body?
All--whether Jews or Greeks, slave or free. (I 12:13)

G What were we all given to drink?
One Spirit. (I 12:13)

G Of what is the body not made up?
One part. (I 12:14)

G Of what is the body made up?
Many parts. (I 12:14)

G What if the foot should say: "Because I am not a hand, I do not belong to the body?"
It would not for that reason cease to be part of the body. (I 12:15)

G Why does the foot say: "I do not belong to the body"?
Because he is not a hand. (I 12:15)

*G What is the foot not?
A hand. (I 12:15)

G For what reason would the foot not belong to the body?
Because he is not a hand. (I 12:15)

G What if the ear should say: "Because I am not an eye, I do not belong to the body?"
It would not for that reason cease to be part of the body. (I 12:16)

G Why does the ear say "I do not belong to the body"?
Because I am not an eye. (I 12:16)

G What is the ear not?
An eye. (I 12:16)

G For what reason would the ear not cease to be part of the body?
Because he is not an eye. (I 12:16)

G What if the whole body were an eye?
Where would the sense of hearing be? (I 12:17)

G What if the whole body were an ear?
Where would the sense of smell be? (I 12:17)
G How has God arranged the parts of the body?
Just as he wanted them to be. (I 12:18)

G How many parts of the body has God arranged?
Every one of them. (I 12:18)

G What if they were all one part?
Where would the body be. (I 12:19)

G What are there as it is?
Many parts but one body. (I 12:20)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 20, what are there?
Many parts but one body. (I 12:20)

G What cannot say to the hand: "I don't need you"?
The eye. (I 12:21)

G To what can the eye not say: "I don't need you"?
The hand. (I 12:21)

G What can the eye not say to the hand?
"I don't need you. (I 12:21)

G What cannot say to the feet: "I don't need you?"
The head. (I 12:21)

G To what can the head not say: "I don't need you?"
The feet. (I 12:21)

G What can the head not say to the feet?
"I don't need you." (I 12:21)

G What parts are indispensible?
The parts that seem to be weaker. (I 12:22)

G What are the parts that seem to be weaker?
Indispensible. (I 12:22)

G What parts do we treat with special honor?
The parts that we think are less honorable. (I 12:23)


G How do we treat the parts we think are less honorable?
With special honor. (I 12:23)
G What parts do we treat with special modesty?
The parts that are unpresentable. (I 12:23)

G How do we treat the parts that are unpresentable?
With special modesty. (I 12:23)

G What parts need no special treatment?
Our presentable parts. (I 12:24)

G What do our presentable parts not need?
Special treatment. (I 12:24)

G Who has combined the members of the body?
God. (I 12:24)

G To which parts has God given greater honor?
The parts that lacked it. (I 12:24)

G What has God given to the parts that lacked honor?
Greater honor. (I 12:24)

G Why has God given greater honor to the parts that lacked it?
So that there should be no division in the body but that the parts should have equal
concern for each other. (I 12:24-25)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 25, what should there not be in the body?
Division. (I 12:25)

G Who should have equal concern for each other?
The parts of the body. (I 12:25)

G What should the parts of the body have for each other?
Equal concern. (I 12:25)

G What if one part suffers?
Every part suffers with it. (I 12:26)

G What if one part is honor?
Every part rejoices with it. (I 12:26)

G Who suffers with one part that suffers?
Every part. (I 12:26)

G Who rejoices with one part that rejoices?
Every part. (I 12:26)
G With whom does every part suffer?
One part who suffers. (I 12:26)

G With whom does every part rejoice?
With one part that is honored. (I 12:26)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 27, what are you?
The body of Christ. (I 12:27)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 27, what is each one of you?
A part of it (the body of Christ) (I 12:27)

X Context question: 8 part answer: Whom has God appointed in the church?
Apostles, prophets, teachers, workers of miracles, those having gifts of healing, those
able to help others, those with gifts of administration, and those speaking in different
kinds of tongues. (I 12:28)

G Whom has God appointed first of all in the church?
Apostles. (I 12:28)

G Whom has God appointed second in the church?
Prophets. (I 12:28)

G Whom has God appointed third in the church?
Teachers. (I 12:28)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 31, what should you eagerly desire?
The greater gifts. (I 12:31)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 31, what will Paul show you?
The most excellent way. (I 12:31)

                                              Chapter 13

G What if Paul speaks in the tongues of men and of angels, but has not love?
He is only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbol. (I 13:1)

G When is Paul only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbol?
If he speaks in the tongues of men and of angels but has not love. (I 13:1)

G What if Paul has the gift of prophesy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge
and has a faith that can move mountains but has not love?
He is nothing. (I 13:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 2, when is Paul nothing?
If he has the gift of prophesy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge and have a
faith that can move mountains but have not love.

G What if Paul gives all he possesses to the poor and surrender his body to the flames but
has not love?
He gains nothing. (I 13:3)

G What does Paul gain if he gives all he possesses to the poor and surrenders his body to
the flames but has not love?
Nothing. (I 13:3)

G When does Paul gain nothing?
If he gives all he possesses to the poor and surrenders his body to the flames but has not
love. (I 13:3)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 4, what is love?
Patient, kind. (I 13:4)

G What is patient?
Love. (I 13:4)

G What is kind?
Love. (I 13:4)

G What does not envy?
Love. (I 13:4)

G What does not boast?
Love. (I 13:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 4, what does love not do?
Envy, boast. (I 13:4)

G What is not proud?
Love. (I 13:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 4, what is love not?
Proud. (I 13:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 5, what is love not?
rude, self-seeking, easily angered. (I 13:5)

G What is not rude?
Love. (I 13:5)

G What is not self-seeking?
Love. (I 13:5)

G What is not easily angered?
Love. (I 13:5)

G What keeps no record of wrongs?
Love. (I 13:5)

G What does love not keep?
Record of wrongs. (I 13:5)

G What does not delight in evil?
Love. (I 13:6)

G What rejoices with the truth?
Love. (I 13:6)

G In what does love not delight?
Evil. (I 13:6)

G With what does love rejoice?
The truth. (I 13:6)

G What always protects?
Love. (I 13:7)

G What always trusts?
Love. (I 13:7)

G What always hopes?
Love. (I 13:7)

G What always perseveres?
Love. (I 13:7)

X Context question: 4 part answer, what does love always do?
Trusts, protects, hopes, perseveres. (I 13:7)

G What never fails?
Love. (I 13:8)

G What does love never do?
Fails. (I 13:8)

G What will cease?
Prophesies. (I 13:8)
G What will be stilled?
Tongues. (I 13:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 8, what will pass away?
Knowledge. (I 13:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 9, how do we know?
In part. (I 13:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 9, how do we prophesy?
In part. (I 13:9)

G What happens when perfection comes?
The imperfect disappears. (I 13:10)

G What disappears when perfection comes?
The imperfect. (I 13:10)

G When does the imperfect disappear?
When perfection comes. (I 13:10)

G When did Paul talk like a child?
When Paul was a child. (I 13:11)

G When did Paul think like a child?
When Paul was a child. (I 13:11)

G When did Paul reason like a child?
When Paul was a child. (I 13:11)

G How did Paul talk when he was a child?
Like a child. (I 13:11)

G How did Paul think when he was a child?
Like a child. (I 13:11)

G How did Paul reason when he was a child?
Like a child. (I 13:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 11, what did Paul do when he was a child?
Talked like a child, thought like a child, reasoned like a child. (I 13:11)


G When did Paul put childish ways behind him?
When he became a man. (I 13:11)
G What ways did Paul put behind him when he became a man?
Childish. (I 13:11)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 12, What do we see now?
A poor reflection as in a mirror. (I 13:12)

G When do we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror?
Now. (I 13:12)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 12, how shall we see then?
Face to face. (I 13:12)

G When shall we see face to face?
Then. (I 13:12)

G How shall I know then?
Fully, even as I am fully known. (I 13:12)

G What three remain?
Faith, hope and Love. (I 13:13)

G What is the greatest of these?
Love. (I 13:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 13, what is love?
The greatest of these (Faith, hope and love).

                                             Chapter 14

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 1, what follow?
The way of love. (I 14:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 1, what gifts eagerly desire?
Spiritual gifts, especially the gift of prophecy.

G To whom does anyone who speaks in a tongue not speak?
Men. (I 14:2)

G To whom does anyone who speaks in a tongue speak?
God. (I 14:2)

G Who does not speak to men but to God?
Anyone who speaks in a tongue. (I 14:2)

G What does anyone who speaks in a tongue utter?
Mysteries. (I 14:2)

G With what does he utter mysteries?
His spirit. (I 14:2)

G Who speaks to men for their strengthening, encouragement and comfort?
Everyone who prophesies. (I 14:3)

To whom does everyone who prophesies speak?
Men. (I 14:3)

G For what does everyone who prophesies speak to men?
For their strengthening, encouragement and comfort. (I 14:3)

G Who edifies the church?
He who prophesies. (I 14:4)

G Who edifies himself?
He who speaks in a tongue. (I 14:4)

G Whom does he who speaks in a tongue edify?
Himself. (I 14:4)

G Whom does he who prophesies edify?
The church. (I 14:4)

X Context question: 2 part question, who edifies himself and who edifies the church?
He who speaks in a tongue; he who prophesies. (I 14:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 5 what would I like every one of you to
do?
Speak in a tongue. (I 14:5)

G Who is greater than the one who speaks in tongues?
He who prophesies. (I 14:5)

G Than whom is he who prophesies greater?
Than he who speaks in tongues. ( I 14:5)

G Unless what is he who prophesies greater than the one who speaks in tongues?
Unless he interprets. (I 14:5)



G What if I come to you and speak in tongues?
What good will I be to you, unless I bring you some revelation, or knowledge or
prophecy or word of instruction. (I 14:6)

G What make sounds?
Lifeless things, such as the flute or harp. (I 14:7)

G When will anyone know what tune is being played?
If there is a distinction in the notes. (I 14:7)

G What if the trumpet does not sound a clear call?
Who will get ready for battle? (I 14:8)

G When will you get ready for battle?
If the trumpet sounds a clear call. (I 14:8)

G What will no one know unless you speak intelligible words with your tongue?
What you are saying. (I 14:9)

G Unless what will no one know what you are saying?
Unless you speak intelligible words with your tongue. (I 14:9)

G Into what will you just be speaking unless you speak intelligible words with your
tongue?
Into the air. (I 14:9)

G When will you be just speaking into the air?
Unless you speak intelligible words with your tongue. (I 14:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 10, what are there?
All sorts of languages in the world. (I 14:10)

G What are there undoubtedly?
All sorts of languages in the world. (I 14:10)

G Without what is none of the languages in the world?
Meaning. (I 14:10)

G What if Paul does not grasp the meaning of what someone is saying?
Paul is a foreigner to the speaker and he is a foreigner to me. (I 14:11)

G When is Paul a foreigner to the speaker?
If Paul does not grasp the meaning of what someone is saying. (I 14:11)

G When is the speaker a foreigner to Paul?
If Paul does not grasp the meaning of what someone is saying. (I 14:11)
G In what gifts try to excel?
In gifts that build up the church. (I 14:12)

G What should anyone who speaks in a tongue pray to God?
That he may interpret what he says. (I 14:13)

G What if Paul prays in a tongue?
His spirit prays but his mind is unfruitful. (I 14:14)

G When is Paul's mind unfruitful?
If Paul pray in a tongue. (I 14:14)

G What is unfruitful?
Paul's mind. (I 14:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 14, what is my mind?
Unfruitful. (I 14:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 15, with what will I pray?
My spirit and my mind. (I 14:15)

G With what will Paul sing?
His spirit and his mind. (I 14:15)

G What if you are praising God with my Spirit?
How can one who finds himself among those who do not understand say "Amen" to your
thanksgiving. (I 14:16)

G What can no one who finds himself among those who do not understand say to your
thanksgiving?
Amen. (I 14:16)

G Why can no one who finds himself among those who do not understand say "Amen" to
your thanksgiving?
Since he does not know what you are saying. (I 14:16)

G How may you be giving thanks?
Well enough. (I 14:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 17, who is not edified?
The other man. (I 14:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 18, why does Paul thank God?
He speaks in tongues more than all of you. (I 14:18)
G Who speaks in tongues more than all of you?
I (Paul) (I 14:18)

G Where would Paul rather speak five intelligible words to instruct others than ten
thousand words in a tongue?
In the church. (I 14:19)

G Rather than what would Paul speak five intelligible words in instruct others?
Ten thousand words in a tongue. (I 14:19)

G What would Paul rather speak than ten thousand words in a tongue?
Five intelligible words to instruct others. (I 14:19)

G Like whom stop thinking?
Like Children. (I 14:20)

G What be in regard to evil?
Infants. (I 14:20)

G In regard to what be infants?
In regard to evil. (I 14:20)

G What be in your thinking?
Adults. (I 14:20)

G In what be adults?
In your thinking. (I 14:20)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 21, what is written in the law?
"Through men of strange tongues and through the lips of foreigners I will speak to this
people, but even then they will not listen to me."

G Where is it written: "Through men of strange tongues and through the lips of foreigners
I will speak to this people, but even then they will not listen to me" ?
In the law. (I 14:21)

G What are a sign, not for believers but for unbelievers?
Tongues. (I 14:22)

G For whom are tongues not a sign?
Believers. (I 14:22)

G For whom are tongues a sign?
Unbelievers. (I 14:22)
G What is for believers, not for unbelievers?
Prophecy. (I 14:22)

G For whom is prophecy?
Believers. (I 14:22)

G For whom is prophecy not?
Unbelievers. (I 14:22)

G What if the whole church comes together and everyone is speaking in tongues and
some who do not understand or some unbelievers come in?
Will they not say that you are out of your mind. (I 14:23)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 23 who come in?
Some who do not understand or some unbelievers. (I 14:23)

G What if an unbeliever or someone who does not understand comes in while everybody
is prophesying?
He will be convinced by all that he is a sinner and will be judged by all. (I 14:24)

G What will be laid bare?
The secrets of his heart. (I 14:25)

G How will the secrets of his heart be laid?
Bare. (I 14:25)

G How will he fall down and worship God?
Exclaiming: "God is really among you." (I 14:25)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 25, who is really among you?
God. (I 14:25)

G What does everyone have when you come together?
A hymn, or a word or instruction, a revelation, a tongue or an interpretation. (I 14:26)

G When does everyone have a hymn, or a word or instruction, a revelation, a tongue or
an interpretation?
When you come together. (I 14:26)

G What must be done for the strengthening of the church?
All of these (a hymn, or a word or instruction, a revelation, a tongue or an interpretation).
(I 14:26)

G What if anyone speaks in a tongue?
Two or at most three should speak, one at a time and someone must interpret. (I 14:27)
G How many should speak if anyone speaks in a tongue?
Two or at most three. (I 14:27)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 28, What if there is no interpreter?
The speaker should keep quiet in the church and speak to himself and God. (I 14:28)

G When should the speaker keep quiet in the church?
If there is no interpreter. (I 14:28)

G How many prophets should speak?
Two or three. (I 14:29)

G Who should weigh carefully what is said?
The others. (I 14:29)

G How should the others weigh what is said?
Carefully. (I 14:29)

G What if a revelation comes to someone who is sitting down?
The first speaker should stop. (I 14:30)

G When should the first speaker stop?
If a revelation comes to someone who is sitting down. (I 14:30

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 30, who should stop?
The first speaker. (I 14:30)

G How can you all prophesy?
In turn. (I 14:31)

G Why can you all prophesy in turn?
So everyone may be instructed and encouraged. (I 14:31)

G What are subject to the control of prophets?
The spirits of prophets. (I 14:32)

G To whom are the spirits of prophets subject?
The control of prophets. (I 14:32)

G Of what is God not a God?
Disorder. (I 14:33)

G Of what is God a God?
Peace. (I 14:33)
X Context question: 2 part question: Of what is God not a God and of what is God a
God?
Not of disorder, but of peace. (I 14:33)

G Who should remain silent in the churches?
Women. (I 14:34)

G Who are not allowed to speak?
Women. (I 14:34)

G Who must be in submission?
Women. (I 14:34)

G How must women be in submission?
As the law says. (I 14:34)

G What if women want to inquire about something?
They should ask their own husbands at home. (I 14:35)

G When should women ask their own husbands at home?
If they want to inquire about something. (I 14:35)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 35, what is disgraceful?
For a woman to speak in the church. (I 14:35)

G What if anybody thinks he is a prophet or spiritually gifted?
Let him acknowledge that what I am writing to you is the Lord's command. (I 14:37)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 37, what is what I am writing you?
The Lord's command. (I 14:37)

G What if he ignores this?
He himself will be ignored. (I 14:38)

G When will he himself be ignored?
If he ignores this. (I 14:38)

G What do not forbid?
Speaking in tongues. (I 14:39)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 14 verse 39, what be eager to do?
Prophesy. (I 14:39)

G What should be done in a fitting and orderly way?
Everything. (I 14:40)
G In what should everything be done?
In a fitting and orderly way. (I 14:40)


                                      Chapter 15

G Of what does Paul want to remind you?
The gospel I preached to you. (I 15:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 1, what did you receive?
The gospel I preached to you. (I 15:1)

G On what did you take your stand?
The gospel I (Paul) preached to you. (I 15:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 2, By what were you saved?
By this gospel. (I 15:2)

G When are you saved by this gospel?
If you hold firmly to the word I preached to you. (I 15:2)

G When have you believed in vain?
Otherwise. (If you do not hold firmly to the word I preached to you.) (I 15:2)

G How has Paul passed on to you what I received?
As of first importance. (I 15:3)

G What did Paul pass on to you as of first importance?
What he received. (I 15:3)

G Who died for our sins according to the Scriptures?
Christ. (I 15:3)

G According to what did Christ die for our sins?
Scriptures. (I 15:3)

G Who was buried?
Christ. (I 15:4)

G Who was raised on the third day according to scriptures?
Christ. (I 15:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 5, to whom did he appear?
Peter and then the Twelve. (I 15:5)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 6, to whom did he appear?
More than five hundred of the brothers. (I 15:6)

G How many of the brothers did Christ then appear to?
More than five hundred. (I 15:6)

X Context question: What is the Greek word for Peter?
Cephas. (1 15:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 7, to whom did Christ appear?
James, then to all the apostles. (I 15:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 8, to whom did he appear to last of all?
Me, (Paul). (I 15:8)

G How did he appear to Paul last of all?
As to one abnormally born. (I 15:8)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 9, what is Paul?
The least of the apostles. (I 15:9)

G Why does Paul not even deserve to be called an apostle?
Because I persecuted the church. (I 15:9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 10, what is Paul by the grace of God?
What he is. (I 15:10)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 10, how is Paul who he is?
By the grace of God. (I 15:10)

G What was not without effect?
His grace to Paul. (I 15:10)

G What if it is preached the Christ has been raised from the dead?
How can some of you say that there is no resurrection of the dead? (I 15:12)

G What if there is no resurrection of the dead?
Not even Christ has been raised. (I 15:13)

G Who has not been raised if there is no resurrection of the dead?
Christ. (I 15:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 14, what if Christ has not been raised?
Our preaching is useless and so is your faith. (I 15:14)
G When is our preaching useless and also your faith?
If Christ has not been raised. (I 15:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 15, what are we found to be?
False witnesses about God. (I 15:15)

G What if the dead are not raised?
Christ has not been raised either. (I 15:16)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 17, what if Christ has not been raised?
Your faith is futile and you are still in your sins. (I 15:17)

G When is your faith futile?
If Christ has not been raised. (I 15:17)

G When are you still in your sins?
If Christ has not been raised. (I 15:17)

G Who are also lost then?
Those who have fallen asleep in Christ. (1 15:18)

G What if only for this life we have hope in Christ?
We are to be pitied more than all men. (I 15:19)

G When are we to be pitied more than all men?
If only for this life we have hope in Christ. (I 15:19)

G Who has indeed been raised from the dead?
Christ. (I 15:20)

G Who is the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep?
Christ. (I 15:20)

G Through whom did death come?
Through a man. (I 15:21)

G Through whom did the resurrection of the dead also come?
A man. (I 15:21)

X Context question: 2 part answer: what comes through a man?
Death, resurrection of the dead. (I 15:21)

G In whom do all die?
In Adam. (I 15:22)
A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 22, how will all be made alive?
In Christ. (I 15:22)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 24, what will come?
The end. (I 15:24)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 24, when will the end come?
When he hands over the kingdom to god the Father after he has destroyed all dominion,
authority and power. (I 15:24)

G What will come when he hands over the kingdom to God the Father?
The end. (I 15:24)

G Until when must he reign?
Until he has put all his enemies under his feet. (I 15:25)

G What is the last enemy to be destroyed?
Death. (I 15:26)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 26, what is death?
The last enemy to be destroyed. (I 15:26)

G What is clear when it says that everything has been put under him?
That this does not include God himself. (I 15:27)

G When is it clear that this does not include God himself?
When it says that everything has been put under him. (I 15:27)

G Who put everything under Christ?
God. (I 15:27)

G Who may be all in all?
God. (I 15:28)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 29, what if there is no resurrection?
What will those do who are baptized for the dead. (I 15:29)

G Who dies every day?
I (Paul) (I 15:31)

G Where did Paul fight wild beasts?
Ephesus. (I 15:32)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 32, when do we die?
Tomorrow. (I 15:32)
G What corrupts good character?
Bad company. (I 15:33)

G What does bad company corrupt?
Good character. (I 15:33)

G How come back to your senses?
As you ought. (I 15:34)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 35, why do I say this?
To your shame. (I 15:34)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 35, what may someone ask?
"How are the dead raised? With what kind of body will they come?" (I 15:35)

G Unless what does what you sow not come back to life?
Unless it dies. (I 15:36)

G What do you plant when you sow?
Just a seed. (I 15:37)

G What do you not plant when you sow?
The body that will be. (I 15:37)

G What does God give to each kind of seed?
His own body. (I 15:38)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 39, what is not the same?
All flesh. (I 15:39)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 40, what are there also?
Heavenly bodies and earthly bodies. (I 15:40)

G What differs in splendor?
Star from star. (I 15:41)

G What is the body that is sown?
perishable. (I 15:42)

G What is the body that is raised?
Imperishable. (I 15:42)

G What is perishable?
The body that is sown. (I 15:42)
G What is imperishable?
The body that is raised. (I 15:42)

G What if there is a natural body?
There is also a spiritual body. (I 15:44)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 45, what is written?
"The first man Adam became a living being." (I 15:45)

G Who is the first man?
Adam. (I 15:45)

G What is the last Adam?
A lifegiving spirit. (I 15:45)

G What did the first man Adam become?
A living spirit. (I 15:45)

G What did not come first?
The spiritual. (I 15:46)

G What came first?
The natural. (I 15:46)

G Of what was the first man?
The dust of the earth. (I 15:47)

G Who was of the dust of the earth?
The first man. (I 15:47)

G From where was the second man?
Heaven. (I 15:47)

G How are those who are of the earth?
As the earthly man. (I 15:48)

G How are those who are of heaven?
As the man from heaven. (I 15:48)

G How shall we bear the likeness of the man from heaven?
As we have borne the likeness of the earthly man. (I 15:49)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 50, what cannot inherit the kingdom of
God?
Flesh and blood. (I 15:50)
G What can flesh and blood not inherit?
The kingdom of God. (I 15:50)

G What does the perishable not inherit?
The imperishable. (I 15:50)

G What does not inherit the imperishable?
The perishable. (I 15:50)

G What mystery do I tell you?
We will not all sleep but we will all be changed. (I 15:51)

G At what trumpet will we all be changed?
Last. (I 15:52)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 52, what will sound?
The trumpet. (I 15:52)

G What must clothe itself with the imperishable?
The perishable. (I 15:53)

G With what must the perishable clothe itself?
The imperishable. (I 15:53)

G With what must the mortal clothe itself?
Immortality. (I 15:53)

G What must clothe itself with the immortality?
The mortal. (I 15:53)

G What saying will be true when the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable?
"Death has been swallowed up in victory." (I 15:54)

G What has been swallowed up in victory?
Death. (I 15:54)

G When has death been swallowed up in victory?
When the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable and the mortal clothed with
immortality. (I 15:54)

G What is the sting of death?
Sin. (I 15:56)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 56, what is sin?
The sting of death. (I 15:56)
G What is the power of sin?
The law. (I 15:56)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 56, what is the law?
The power of sin. (I 15:56)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 58, how stand?
Firm. (I 15:58)

G What let move you?
Nothing. (I 15:58)

G Why always give yourself fully to the work of the Lord?
Because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. (I 15:58)

G When give yourself fully to the Lord?
Always. (I 15:58)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 58, What do you know?
your labor in the Lord is not in vain. (I 15:58)

G What is not in vain?
Your labor in the Lord. (I 15:58)

                                             Chapter 16

G About what do what I told the Galatian churches to do?
The collection for God's people. (I 16:1)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 2, what do?
What I told the Galatian churches to do. (I 16:2)

G When should each one of you set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income?
On the first day of every week. (I 16:2)

G How should each one of you set aside a sum of money?
In keeping with his income, saving it up. (I 16:2)

G What should each one of you set aside on the first day of every week?
A sum of money in keeping with his income, saving it up. (I 16:2)

G Why should each one of you set aside a sum of money on the first day of week?
So that when I come no collections will have to be made. (I 16:2)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 3, what will Paul give when he arrives?
Letters of introduction. (I 16:3)
G To whom will Paul give letters of introduction?
To the men you approve. (I 16:3)

G What if it seems advisable for me to go also?
They will accompany me. (I 16:4)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 5, when will Paul come to you?
After going through Macedonia. (I 16:5)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 5, where will Paul go?
Through Macedonia. (I 16:5)

G Why will Paul perhaps stay with you and spend the winter?
So that you can help me on my journey, wherever I go. (I 16:6)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 7, what does Paul not want to do?
See you now and make only a passing visit. (I 16:7)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 7, what does Paul hope?
To spend some time with you if the Lord permits. (I 16:7)

G When does Paul hope to spend some time with you?
If the Lord permits. (I 16:7)

G What does Paul hope to do if the Lord permits?
Spend some time with you. (I 16:7)

G Where will Paul stay until Penticost?
On in Ephesus. (I 16:8)

G How long will Paul stay on in Ephesus?
Penticost. (I 16:8)

G Why will Paul stay on in Ephesus until Penticost?
Because a great door for effective work has opened to me and there are many who oppose
me. (I 16:8-9)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 9, what has opened for me?
A great door for effective work. (I 16:9)

G For what has a great door opened for me?
Effective work. (I 16:9)

G What if Timothy comes?
See to it that he has nothing to fear while he is with you. (I 16:10)
G Who see to it has nothing to fear while he is with you?
Timothy. (I 16:10)

G Who is carrying on the work of the Lord just as Paul is?
Timothy. (I 16:10)

G Why see to it that Timothy has nothing to fear while he is with you?
For he is carrying on the work of the Lord just as Paul is. (I 16:10)

G Who should refuse to accept Timothy?
No one. (I 16:11)

G Whom should no one refuse to accept?
Timothy. (I 16:11)

G How should you send Timothy on his way?
In Peace. (I 16:11)

G Why send Timothy on his way in peace?
So that he may return to Paul. (I 16:11)

G Who strongly urged Apollos to go with the brothers?
Paul. (I 16:12)

G Whom did Paul strongly urge to go with the brothers?
Apollos. (I 16:12)

G How did Paul urge Apollos to go with the brothers?
Strongly. (I 16:12)

G With whom did Paul strongly urge Apollos to go?
With the brothers. (I 16:12)

G Who was quite unwilling to go now?
Apollos. (I 16:12)

G When will Apollos go with the brothers?
When he has the opportunity. (I 16:12)

G Who will go when he has the opportunity?
Apollos. (I 16:12)

G In what stand firm?
The faith. (I 16:13)
G Of what be men?
Courage. (I 16:13)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 13, what be?
On your guard, men of courage. (I 16:13)

G In what do everything?
In love. (I 16:14)

G What do in love?
Everything. (I 16:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 14, what do?
Everything in love. (I 16:14)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 15, what do you know?
The household of Stephanas were the first converts in Achaia. (I 16:15)

G Who were the first converts in Achaia?
The household of Stephanas. (I 16:15)

G Where were the household of Stephanas the first converts?
Achaia. (I 16:15)

G To what have the household of Stephanas devoted themselves?
The service of the saints. (I 16:15)

G Who have devoted themselves to the service of the saints?
The household of Stephanas. (I 16:15)

G To whom does Paul urge the brothers to submit?
To such as these (household of Stephanas) and to everyone who joins in the work and
labors at it.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 17, when was Paul glad?
When Stephanas, Fortunatus, and Achaicus arrived. (I 16:17)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 17, who arrived?
Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus. (I 16:17)

G Why was Paul glad when Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus arrived?
Because they have supplied what was lacking from you. (I 16:17)

G Who have supplied what was lacking from you?
Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus. (I 16:17)
G Who have refreshed my spirit and your also?
Stephanas, Fortunatus, and Achaicus. (I 16:18)

G Who deserve recognition?
Such men as these (Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus) (I 16:18)

G What do such men as Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus deserve?
Recognition. (I 16:18)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 19, who send you greetings?
The churches in the province of Asia. (I 16:19)

G What do the churches in the province of Asia send?
Greetings. (I 16:19)

G Who greet you warmly in the Lord?
Aquila and Priscilla, and the church that meets at their house. (I 16:19)

G How do Aquila and Priscilla greet you?
Warmly in the Lord. (I 16:19)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 19, where do the church meet?
At their (Aquila and Priscilla)'s house.

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 20, who send greetings?
All the brothers here. (I 16:20)

G How greet one another?
With a holy kiss. (I 16:20)

G Who writes this greeting in his own hand?
Paul. (I 16:21)

G How does Paul write this greeting?
In his own hand. (I 16:21)

G What if anyone does not love the Lord?
A curse be on him. (I 16:22)

X Context question: What does the word: "Maranatha" mean?
Come, O Lord. (I 16:22)

A According to 1 Corinthians chapter 16 verse 24, what is to all of you in Christ Jesus?
Paul's love. (I 16:24)
                                     2 Corinthians
                                     Chapter 1

G Who is an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God?
Paul. (2 1:1)

G By what is Paul an apostle of Christ Jesus?
The will of God. (2 1:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 1, who is our brother?
Timothy. (2 1:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 1 who is Timothy?
Our brother. (2 1:1)

X Context question: To whom is the book of 2 Corinthians written?
The church of God in Corinth, together with all the saints throughout Achaia. (2 1:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 2 What is from God our father and the Lord
Jesus Christ?
Grace and Peace. (2 1:2)

G From whom is grace and peace?
God our father and the Lord Jesus Christ. (2 1:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 3, who is the God and father of our Lord
Jesus Christ?
The father of compassion and the God of all comfort. (2 1:3)

G Who is the father of compassion?
The God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. (2 1:3)

G Who comforts us in all our troubles?
The God of all comfort. (2 1:4)

G Why does God comfort us in our troubles?
So that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received
from God. (2 1:4)

G With what can we comfort those in any trouble?
With the comfort we ourselves have received from God. (2 1:4)

G What flow over into our lives?
The sufferings of Christ. (2 1:5)
G Where do the sufferings of Christ flow over?
Into our lives. (2 1:5)

G What overflows through Christ?
Our comfort. (2 1:5)

G What if we are distressed?
It is for your comfort and salvation. (2 1:6)

G What if we are comforted?
It is for your comfort. (2 1:6)

G What produces in you patient endurance of the same sufferings we suffer?
Your comfort. (2 1:6)

G What is firm?
Our hope for you. (2 1:7)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 7, what is our hope for you?
Firm. (2 1:7)

G Why is our hope for you firm?
Because we know that just as you share in our sufferings, so also you share in our
comfort. (2 1:7)

G How do you also share in our comfort?
Just as you share in our sufferings. (2 1:7)

G About what do we not want you to be uninformed?
About the hardships we suffered in the province of Asia. (2 1:8)

G What did we suffer in the province of Asia?
Hardships. (2 1:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 8, under what were we?
Under great pressure. (2 1:8)

G How were we under great pressure?
Far beyond our ability to endure so that we despaired even of life. (2 1:8)

G In what did we feel the sentence of death?
In our hearts. (2 1:9)

G What did we feel in our hearts?
The sentence of death. (2 1:9)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 9, why did this happen?
That we might not rely on ourselves but on God who raises the dead. (2 1:9)

G Who raises the dead?
God. (2 1:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 10, from what has he delivered us?
From such a deadly peril. (2 1:10)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 10, what hope have we set on him?
That he will continue to deliver us. (2 1:10)

G For what will many give thanks on our behalf?
For the gracious favor granted us in answer to the prayers of many. (2 1:11)

G What does our conscience testify?
That we have conducted ourselves in the world and especially in our relations with you.
(2 1:12)

G In what have we conducted ourselves in the world?
In the holiness and sincerity that are from God. (2 1:12)

G According to what have we conducted ourselves in the world?
God's grace. (2 1:12)

G According to what have we not conducted ourselves in the world?
According to worldly wisdom. (2 1:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 13 what do we not write you?
Anything you cannot read or understand. (2 1:13)

G What does Paul hope you will do as you have understood us in part?
Come to understand us fully. (2 1:14)

G How does Paul hope you will come to understand us?
Fully. (2 1:14)

G Why does Paul hope that you will come to understand us fully?
So that you can boast of us just as we will boast of you in the day of the Lord Jesus. (2
1:14)

G When will we boast of you?
In the day of the Lord Jesus. (2 1:14)

G Why did Paul plan to visit you first so that you might benefit twice?
Because I was confident of this (you will boast of us) (2 1:15)
G Why did Paul plan to visit you first?
So that you might benefit twice. (2 1:15)

G When did Paul plan to visit you?
On my way to Macedonia. (2 1:16)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 18, who is faithful?
God. (2 1:18)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 18, what is God?
Faithful. (2 1:18)

G What is not yes and no?
Our message to you. (2 1:18)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 1 verse 18, what is our message to you not?
Yes and no. (2 1:18)

G Who was preached among you by me and Silas and Timothy?
The Son of God, Jesus Christ. (2 1:19)

G By whom was the Son of God, Jesus Christ preached among you?
Paul, and Silas and Timothy. (2 1:19)

G Who was not Yes and No?
The Son of God, Jesus Christ. (2 1:19)

G In whom has it always been yes?
The Son of God, Jesus Christ. (2 1:19)

G What are "Yes" in Christ?
No matter how many promises God has made. (2 1:20)

G To what is the Amen spoken to us?
To the Glory of God. (2 1:20)

G Who makes both us and you stand firm in Christ?
God. (2 1:21)

G Who anointed us?
God. (2 1:21)

G Who set his seal of ownership on us?
God. (2 1:22)
G What seal did God put on us?
His seal of ownership. (2 1:22)

G Who put his spirit in our hearts as a deposit?
God. (2 1:22)

G How did God put his spirit in out hearts as a deposit?
Guaranteeing what is to come. (2 1:22)

G Whom does Paul call as his witness?
God. (2 1:23)

G Why does Paul call God as his witness?
That it was in order to spare you that I did not return to Corinth. (2 1:23)

G Why did Paul not return to Corinth?
In order to spare you. (2 1:23)

G Why do we work with you for you joy?
Because it is by faith you stand firm. (2 1:24)

                               Chapter 2

G What did Paul make up his mind?
That he would not make another painful visit to you. (2 2:1)

G What if Paul grieves you?
Who is left to make me glad but you whom I have grieved. (2 2:2)

G When is no one left to make me glad but you whom I have grieved?
If I grieve you. (2 2:2)

G Why did Paul write as he did?
So that when I came I should not be distressed by those who ought to make me rejoice. (2
2:3)

G When should Paul not be distressed by those who ought to make me rejoice?
When Paul came. (2 2:3)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 3, what confidence did Paul have?
That you would all share my joy. (2 2:3)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 4, how did Paul write you?
Out of great distress and anguish of heart and with many tears. (2 2:4)
G What if anyone has caused grief?
He has not so much grieved me as he has grieved all of you. (2 2:5)

G When has he not so much grieved me as he has grieved all of you?
If anyone has caused grief. (2 2:5)

G What was the punishment inflicted on him by the majority?
Sufficient for him. (2 2:6)

G What is sufficient for anyone who has caused grief?
The punishment inflicted on him by the majority. (2 2:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 7, what ought you to do instead?
Forgive and comfort him. (2 2:7)

G Why ought you to forgive and comfort him instead?
So that he will not be overwhelmed by excessive sorrow. (2 2:7)

G What ought you to do so that he will not be overwhelmed by excessive sorrow?
Forgive and comfort him. (2 2:7)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 8, what does Paul urge you?
To reaffirm your love for him. (2 2:8)

G What was the reason Paul wrote you?
To see if you would stand the test and be obedient in everything. (2 2:9)

G What if you forgive anyone?
I also forgive them. (2 2:10)

G In what have I forgiven if there was anything to forgive?
In the sight of Christ for your sake. (2 2:10)

G Why have I forgiven in the sight of Christ for your sake?
In order that Satan might not outwit us. (2 2:10-11)

G Who might not outwit us?
Satan. (2 2:11)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 11, of what are we not unaware?
Satan's schemes. (2 2:11)

G What did Paul find when he went to Troas?
The Lord had opened a door for him. (2 2:12)
G Why did Paul go to Troas?
To preach the gospel of Christ. (2 2:12)

G When did Paul find that the Lord had opened a door for him?
When he went to Troas to preach the gospel of Christ. (2 2:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 12, where did Paul go?
To Troas. (2 2:12)

G Why did Paul have no peace of mind?
Because he did not find his brother Titus there. (2 2:13)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 13, who did Paul not find?
His brother Titus there. (2 2:13)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 13, who is my brother?
Titus. (2 2:13)

G When did Paul say good-by to them and go on to Macedonia?
When he did not find his brother Titus there (in Troas). (2 2:13)

G Who always leads us in triumphal procession in Christ?
God. (2 2:14)

G Where does God always lead us?
In triumphal procession in Christ. (2 2:14)

G Who spreads everywhere the fragrance of the knowledge of him?
God. (2 2:14)

G Where does God spread the fragrance of the knowledge of him?
Everywhere. (2 2:14)

G What does God spread everywhere?
The fragrance of the knowledge of him. (2 2:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 15, what are we to God?
The aroma of Christ among those who are being saved and those who are perishing. (2
2:15)

G To whom are we the aroma of Christ among those who are being saved and those who
are perishing?
God. (2 2:15)

G Among whom are we the aroma of Christ?
Those who are being saved and those who are perishing. (2 2:15)
G To whom are we the smell of death?
The one. (those who are perishing). (2 2:16)

G To whom are we the fragrance of life?
To the other (those who are being saved) (2 2:16)

G What do we not do unlike so many?
peddle the word of God for profit. (2 2:17)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 2 verse 17, what do we not do?'
Peddle the word of God for profit. (2 2:17)

G With what do we speak before God in Christ?
Sincerity. (2 2:17)

G How do we speak before God with sincerity?
Like men sent from God. (2 2:17)

                                 Chapter 3

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 2, what are you yourselves?
Our letter. (2 3:2)

G Where is our letter written?
On our hearts. (2 3:2)

G By whom is our letter known and read?
Everybody. (2 3:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 3, what do you show?
That you are a letter from Christ. (2 3:3)

G What is written not with ink?
A letter from Christ. (2 3:3)

G With what is the letter from Christ not written?
Ink. (2 3:3)

G With whom is the letter from Christ written?
The Spirit of the living God. (2 3:3)

G On what is the letter from Christ not written?
Tablets of stone. (2 3:3)

G On what is the letter from Christ written?
Tablets of human hearts. (2 3:3)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 4, what is ours?
Such confidence. (2 3:4)

G Through whom is this confidence ours?
Christ. (2 3:4)

G Before whom is this confidence ours through Christ?
God. (2 3:4)

G From whom does our confidence come?
God. (2 3:5)

G How has God made us competent?
As ministers of a new covenant. (2 3:6)

G What kills?
The letter. (2 3:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 6, who gives life?
The Spirit. (2 3:6)

G What if the ministry that brought death came with glory?
Will not the ministry of the Spirit be even more glorious. (2 3:7-8)

G What was engraved in letters on stone?
The ministry that brought death. (2 3:7)

G Where was the ministry that brought death engraved?
In letters on stone. (2 3:7)

G At what could the Israelites not look steadily?
The face of Moses. (2 3:7)

G Why could the Israelites not look steadily at the face of Moses?
Because of its glory. (2 3:7)

G What if the ministry that condemns men is glorious?
How much more glorious is the ministry that brings righteousness. (2 3:9)

G What has no glory now in comparison with the surpassing glory?
What was glorious. (2 3:10)

G In comparison with what does what was glorious have no glory?
The surpassing glory. (2 3:10)
G What if what was fading away came with glory?
How much greater is the glory of that which lasts! (2 3:11)

A What glory is greater?
The glory that lasts. (2 3:11)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 11, what came with glory?
What was fading away. (2 3:11)

X Context question: 4 part answer: what 2 sets of ministries are being compared?
The ministry that brought death, with the ministry of the Spirit.
The ministry that condemns men with the ministry that brings righteousness. (2 3:7-9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 12 what do we have?
Such a hope. (2 3:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 12, what are we?
Very bold. (2 3:12)

G What are we since we have such a hope?
Very bold. (2 3:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 13, who are we not like?
Moses. (2 3:13)

G Who would put a veil over his face?
Moses. (2 3:13)

G Why would Moses put a veil over his face?
To keep the Israelites from gazing at it. (2 3:13)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 verse 13, what was fading away?
The radiance. (2 3:13)

G What were made dull?
Their minds. (2 3:14)

G What remains to this day?
The same veil. (2 3:14)

G What has not been removed?
The same veil. (2 3:14)

G Why has the same veil not been removed?
Because only in Christ is it taken away. (2 3:14)
G When does a veil cover their hearts?
To this day. (2 3:15)

G What covers their hearts to this day?
A veil. (2 3:15)

G When is the veil taken away?
Whenever anyone turns to the Lord. (2 3:16)

G What is where the spirit of the Lord is?
Freedom. (2 3:17)

G How do we reflect the Lord's glory?
with unveiled faces. (2 3:18)

G Who are being transformed into his likeness with ever-increasing glory?
We, with unveiled faces. (2 3:18)

G Into what are we being transformed?
His likeness with ever-increasing glory. (2 3:18)

G From where does ever-increasing glory come?
From the Lord, who is the Spirit. (2 3:18)

                                              Chapter 4

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 1, what do we have?
This ministry. (2 4:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 1, why do we not lose heart?
Since we have this ministry. (2 4:1)

G Through what do we have this ministry?
God's mercy. (2 4:1)

G What have we renounced?
Secret and shameful ways. (2 4:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 2, what do we not use?
Deception. (2 4:2)

G What do we not distort?
the word of God. (2 4:2)

G How do we commend ourselves to every man's conscience in the sight of God?
By setting forth the truth plainly. (2 4:2)
G What if our gospel is veiled?
It is veiled to those who are perishing. (2 4:3)

G Who has blinded the minds of unbelievers?
The God of this age. (2 4:4)

G How has the god of this age blinded the minds of unbelievers?
So that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ. (2 4:4)

G Whose minds has the god of this age blinded?
Unbelievers. (2 4:4)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 4, who is the image of God?
Christ. (2 4:4)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 5, what do we not preach?
Ourselves. (2 4:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 5, what do we preach?
Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus' sake. (2 4:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 6, what did God say?
Let light shine out of darkness. (2 4:6)

G Who said: "Let light shine out of darkness"?
God. (2 4:6)

G What let shine out of darkness?
Light. (2 4:6)

G Who made his light shine in our hearts?
God. (2 4:6)

G Why did God let his light shine in our hearts?
To give us the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ. (2 4:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 7, what do we have?
This treasure. (2 4:7)

G Where do we have this treasure?
In Jars of Clay. (2 4:7)

G What do we have in jars of clay?
This treasure. (2 4:7)
G Why do we have this treasure in jars of clay?
To show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us. (2 4:7)

G From whom is this all-surpassing power?
God. (2 4:7)

G From whom is this all-surpassing power not?
Us. (2 4:7)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 8, what are we?
Hard pressed on every side, perplexed. (2 4:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 8, what are we not?
Crushed, in despair. (2 4:8)

G Where are we hard pressed?
On every side. (2 4:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 9, what are we?
Persecuted, struck down. (2 4:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 9, what are we not?
Abandoned, destroyed. (2 4:9)

G What do we always carry around in our body?
The death of Jesus. (2 4:10)

G Where do we always carry the death of Jesus?
In our body. (2 4:10)

G When do we carry around in our body the death of Jesus?
Always. (2 4:10)

G Why do we always carry around in our body the death of Jesus?
So that the life of Jesus may also be revealed in our body. (2 4:10)

G Where may the life of Jesus also be revealed?
In our body. (2 4:10)

G How are we who are alive always given over to death?
For Jesus' sake. (2 4:11)

G Why are we who are alive always being given over to death for Jesus' sake?
So that his life may be revealed in our mortal body. (2 4:11)
G What is at work in us?
Death. (2 4:12)

G What is at work in you?
Life. (2 4:12)

G Where is death at work?
In us. (2 4:12)

G Where is life at work?
In you. (2 4:12)

X Context question: 2 part question: what is at work in us and what is at work in you?
Death, life. (2 4:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 13, what is written?
"I believed, therefore I have spoken." (2 4:13)

G How do we also believe and therefore speak?
With that same spirit of faith. (2 4:13)

G What do we do with that same spirit of faith?
Believe and therefore speak. (2 4:13)

G Why do we also believe and therefore speak with that same spirit of faith?
Because we know that the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead will also raise us
with Jesus and present us with you in his presence. (2 4:13-14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 14, what do we know?
That the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead will also raise us with Jesus and
present us with you in his presence. (2 4:14)

G Who will also raise us with Jesus and present us with you in his presence?
The one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead. (2 4:14)

G Why is all this for your benefit?
So that the grace that is reaching more and more people may cause thanksgiving to
overflow to the glory of God. (2 4:15)

G What is reaching more and more people?
Grace. (2 4:15)

G What may cause thanksgiving to overflow to the glory of God?
The grace that is reaching more and more people. (2 4:15)
G What may the grace that is reaching more and more people cause to overflow?
Thanksgiving. (2 4:15)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 16, why do we not lose heart?
Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.
(2 4:16)

G How are we wasting away?
Outwardly. (2 4:16)

G How are we being renewed day by day?
Inwardly. (2 4:16)

G When are we being renewed inwardly?
Day by day. (2 4:16)

G What are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all?
Our light and momentary troubles. (2 4:17)

G What are our light and momentary troubles achieving for us?
An eternal glory that far outweighs them all. (2 4:17)

G What far outweighs our light and momentary troubles?
An eternal glory. (2 4:17)

G Where do we fix our eyes?
What is unseen. (2 4:18)

G Where do we not fix our eyes?
What is seen. (2 4:18)

G What is temporary?
What is seen. (2 4:18)

G What is what is unseen?
Eternal. (2 4:18)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verse 18, what is eternal?
What is unseen. (2 4:18)

                                              Chapter 5

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 1, what do we know?
That if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed, we have a building from God. (2 5:1)
G What if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed?
We have a building from God, an eternal house in heaven, not built by human hands. (2
5:1)

G When do we have a building from God?
If the earthly tent we live in is destroyed. (2 5:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 1, what do we have?
A building from God. (2 5:1)

G What is a building from God?
An eternal house in heaven. (2 5:1)

G By what is an eternal house in heaven not built?
Human hands. (2 5:1)

G How do we groan meanwhile?
Longing to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling. (2 5:2)

G Why do we groan, longing to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling?
Because when we are clothed, we will not be found naked. (2 5:2-3)

G When will we not be found naked?
When we are clothed. (2 5:3)

G When do we groan and are burdened?
While we are in this tent. (2 5:4)

G What do we do while we are in this tent?
We groan and are burdened. (2 5:4)

G Why do we groan and are burdened while we are in this tent?
Because we do not wish to be unclothed but to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling. (2
5:4)

G With what do we wish to be clothed?
Our heavenly dwelling. (2 5:4)

G Why do we wish to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling?
So that what is mortal may be swallowed up in life. (2 5:4)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 4, what do we wish?
To be clothed with our heavenly dwelling. (2 5:4)

G What may be swallowed up by life?
What is mortal. (2 5:4)
G Who has made us for this very purpose?
God. (2 5:5)

G Who has given us the Spirit as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come?
God. (2 5:5)

G Why has God given us the Spirit as a deposit?
Guaranteeing what is to come. (2 5:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 6, what are we?
confident. (2 5:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 6, what do we know?
As long as we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord. (2 5:6)

G When are we away from the Lord?
As long as we are at home in the body. (2 5:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 7, how do we live?
By faith, not by sight. (2 5:7)

G Where would we prefer to be?
Away from the body and at home with the Lord. (2 5:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 8, what are we?
Confident. (2 5:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 8, what does Paul say?
We would prefer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord. (2 5:8)

G What do we make our goal?
To please the Lord. (2 5:9)

G When do we make it our goal to please the Lord?
Whether we are at home in the body or away from it. (2 5:9)

G Where must we all appear?
Before the judgment seat of Christ. (2 5:10)

G Why must we all appear before the judgment seat of Christ?
That each one may receive what is due him for the things done while in the body,
whether good or bad. (2 5:10)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 10, what may each one receive?
What is due him for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad. (2 5:10)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 11, what do we know?
What it is to fear the Lord. (2 5:11)

G Why do we try to persuade men?
Since we know what it is to fear the Lord. (2 5:11)

G What is plain to God?
What we are. (2 5:11)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 11, what does Paul hope?
It is plain to your conscience. (2 5:11)

G Why are we giving you an opportunity to take pride in us?
So that you can answer those who take pride in what is seen rather than in what is in the
heart. (2 5:12)

G What if we are out of our mind?
It is for the sake of God. (2 5:13)

G When is it for the sake of God?
If we are out of our mind. (2 5:13)

G What if we are in our right mind?
It is for you. (2 5:13)

G What compels us?
Christ's love. (2 5:14)

G Why does Christ's love compel us?
Because we are convinced that one died for all and therefore all died. (2 5:14)

G What are we convinced?
One died for all and therefore all died. (2 5:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 14, who died?
All. (2 5:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 15, why did he die for all?
That those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them
and was raised again. (2 5:15)

G For whom should those who live no longer live?
For themselves. (2 5:15)

G How do we regard no one from now on?
From a worldly point of view. (2 5:16)
G How did we once regard Christ?
In this way (from a worldly point of view) (2 5:16)

G What do we do no longer?
Regard anyone from a worldly point of view. (2 5:16)

G What if anyone is in Christ?
He is a new creation. (2 5:17)

G Who is a new creation?
Anyone who is in Christ. (2 5:17)

G What has gone?
The old. ( 2 5:17)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 17, what has come?
The new. (2 5:17)

G Who reconciled us to himself through Christ?
God. (2 5:18)

G Through whom did God reconcile us to himself?
Christ. (2 5:18)

G Who gave us the ministry of reconciliation?
God. (2 5:18)

G Who was reconciling the world to himself in Christ?
God. (2 5:19)

G Whom was God reconciling to himself in Christ?
The world. (2 5:19)

G How was God reconciling the world to himself in Christ?
Not counting men's sins against them. (2 5:19)

G What has God committed to us?
The message of reconciliation. (2 5:19)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 20, what are we?
Christ's ambassadors. (2 5:20)

G How are we Christ's ambassadors?
As though God were making his appeal through us. (2 5:20)
G What do we implore you on Christ's behalf?
Be reconciled to God. (2 5:20)

G Whom did God make to be sin for us?
Him who had no sin. (2 5:21)

G Why did God make him who had no sin to be sin for us?
So that in him we might become the righteousness of God. (2 5:21)

                                      Chapter 6

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 1, what do we urge you?
Not to receive God's grace in vain. (2 6:1)

G What do we urge you as God's fellow workers?
Not to receive God's grace in vain. (2 6:1)

G How do we urge you not to receive God's grace in vain?
As God's fellow workers. (2 6:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 2, what does God say?
"In the time of my favor I heard you and in the day of salvation I helped you." (2 6:2)

G What did God do in the time of his favor?
He heard you. (2 6:2)

G What did God do in the day of salvation?
He helped you. (2 6:2)

G When did God help you?
In the day of salvation. (2 6:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 2, what do I tell you?
Now is the time of God's favor, now is the day of salvation. (2 6:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 2, what is now?
The time of God's favor, and the day of salvation. (2 6:2)

G What did we not put in anyone's path?
Stumbling block. (2 6:3)

G Why did we put no stumbling block in anyone's path?
So that our ministry will not be discredited. (2 6:3)

G What will not be discredited?
Our ministry. (2 6:3)
X Context question: 18 part answer: How do we commend ourselves in every way?
In great endurance, in troubles, hardships, and distresses, in beatings, imprisonments, and
riots, in hard work, sleepless nights and hunger, in purity, understanding, patience and
kindness; in the holy spirit and in sincere love. In truthful speech and in the power of
God; (2 6:4-7)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 4 how do we commend ourselves in every
way?
In great endurance, in troubles, hardships, and distresses. (2 6:4)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 5 how do we commend ourselves in every
way?
in beatings, imprisonments, and riots, in hard work, sleepless nights and hunger. (2 6:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 6 how do we commend ourselves in every
way?
in purity, understanding, patience and kindness; in the holy spirit and in sincere love. (2
6:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 7 how do we commend ourselves in every
way?
in truthful speech and in the power of God; (2 6:7)

G In what kind of nights do we commend ourselves?
Sleepless. (2 6:5)

G Where are weapons of righteousness?
In the right hand and in the left. (2 6:7)

G Through what do we commend ourselves?
Glory and dishonor, bad report and good report. (2 6:8)

G How are we regarded though we are genuine?
impostors. (2 6:8)

G How are we regarded though we are known?
As unknown. (2 6:9)

G What are we always doing though we are sorrowful?
Rejoicing. (2 6:10)

G What are we possessing though we have nothing?
Everything. (2 6:10)

G To whom have we spoken freely?
You, Corinthians. (2 6:11)
G How have we spoken to you Corinthians?
Freely. (2 6:11)

G What are we not withholding from you?
Our affection. (2 6:12)

G What are you withholding from us?
Your affection. (2 6:12)

G What is a fair exchange?
Open wide your hearts also. (2 6:13)

G What open wide?
Your hearts. (2 6:13)

G How open your hearts also?
Wide. (2 6:13)

G With whom do not be yoked together?
Unbelievers. (2 6:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 14, what do not do?
Be yoked together with unbelievers. (2 6:14)

G Why do not be yoked together with unbelievers?
For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? (2 6:14)

G Between whom is there no harmony?
Christ and Beliel. (2 6:15)

G Between what is there no agreement?
The temple of God and idols. (2 6:16)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 16, what are we?
The temple of the living God. (2 6:16)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 16, what has God said?
"I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God and they will be my
people." (2 6:16)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 6 verse 17, what does the Lord say?
"Therefore come out from them and be separate, touch no unclean thing, and I will
receive you." (2 6:17)

G What do not touch?
Unclean thing. (2 6:17)
G What does the Lord Almighty say?
"I will be a Father to you and you will be my sons and daughters" (2 6:18)

                              Chapter 7

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 1, what do we have?
These promises. (2 7:1)

G From what let us purify ourselves?
Everything that contaminates body and soul. (2 7:1)

G Why let us purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and soul?
Since we have these promises. (2 7:1)

G Where make room for us?
In your hearts. (2 7:2)

G Whom have we wronged?
No one. (2 7:2)

G Whom have we corrupted?
No one. (2 7:2)

G Whom have we exploited?
No one. (2 7:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 3, why does Paul not say this?
To condemn you. (2 7:3)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 3, what has Paul said before?
You have such a place in our hearts that he would live or die with you. (2 7:3)

G What place do you have in our hearts?
Such a place that I would live or die with you. (2 7:3)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 4, what does Paul have in you?
Great confidence. (2 7:4)

G What knows no bounds?
My joy. (2 7:4)

G What does Paul's joy not know?
bounds. (2 7:4)


G What had no rest when we came into Macedonia?
This body of ours. (2 7:5)

G When did this body of ours have no rest?
When we came into Macedonia. (2 7:5)

G Where were we harassed?
At every turn. (2 7:5)

G Where were conflicts?
On the outside. (2 7:5)

G Where were fears?
Within. (2 7:5)

G Who comforts the downcast?
God. (2 7:5)

G Who comforted us by the coming of Titus?
God, who comforts the downcast. (2 7:6)

G How did God comfort us?
By the coming of Titus, and not only by his coming but also by the comfort you had
given him. (2 7:6-7)

G What did Titus tell us?
About your longing for me (Paul), your deep sorrow, your ardent concern for me (2 7:7)

G What was greater than ever?
My joy. (2 7:7)

G What if I caused you sorrow by my letter?
he does not regret it. (2 7:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 8, what does Paul see?
His letter hurt you, but only for a little while. (2 7:8)

G Why is Paul now happy?
Because your sorrow led you to repentance. (2 7:9)

G Why is Paul not happy?
Because you were made sorry. (2 7:9)

G What led you to repentance?
Your sorrow. (2 7:9)

G How did you become sorrowful?
As God intended it. (2 7:9)

G By whom were you not harmed in any way?
Us (Paul) (2 7:9)

G What brings repentance that leads to salvation?
Godly sorrow. (2 7:10)

G What brings death?
Worldly sorrow. (2 7:10)

G What does godly sorrow bring?
Repentance that leads to salvation. (2 7:10)

G What leads to salvation?
Repentance. (2 7:10)

G What does worldly sorrow bring?
Death. (2 7:10)

G What leaves no regrets?
Godly sorrow. (2 7:10)

X Context question: 7 part answer: What has this godly sorrow produced in you?
Earnestness, eagerness to clear yourselves, indignation, alarm, longing, concern,
readiness to see justice done. (2 7:11)

G What have you proved yourself to be in this matter?
innocent. (2 7:11)

G When have you proved yourself to be innocent in this matter?
At every point. (2 7:11)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 12, why did Paul not write to you?
On account of the one who did the wrong or of the injured party. (2 7:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 12, why did Paul write to you?
So that before God you could see for yourselves how devoted to us you are. (2 7:12)

G What could you see for yourselves before God?
How devoted to us you are. (2 7:12)

G Before whom could you see for yourselves how devoted to us you are?
God. (2 7:12)

G Why were we especially delighted?
To see how happy Titus was. (2 7:13)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 13, who was happy?
Titus. (2 7:13)

G Why were we especially delighted to see how happy Titus was?
Because his spirit has been refreshed by all of you. (2 7:13)

G Whose spirit has been refreshed by all of you?
Titus. (2 7:13)

G To whom had Paul boasted about you?
Titus. (2 7:14)

G What was everything Paul said about the Corinthians?
True. (2 7:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 14, what was true?
Everything we (Paul) said about you (Corinthians). (2 7:14)

G What has proven true as well?
Our boasting about you to Titus. (2 7:14)

G What has our boasting about you to Titus proven?
True. (2 7:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 15, what is all the greater?
His (Titus') affection for you. (2 7:15)

G When is Titus' affection for you all the greater?
When he remembers that you were all obedient, receiving him with fear and trembling. (2
7:15)

G How did you receive Titus?
With fear and trembling. (2 7:15)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 7 verse 16, why is Paul glad?
He can have complete confidence in you. (2 7:16)


                                     Chapter 8

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 1, about what do we want you to know?
The grace God has given the Macedonian churches. (2 8:1)

G What has God given the Macedonian churches?
Grace. (2 8:1)

G Out of what did their overflowing joy and extreme poverty well up in rich generosity?
Most severe trial. (2 8:2)

G What welled up in rich generosity?
Their overflowing joy and extreme poverty. (2 8:2)

G Whose overflowing joy and extreme poverty welled up in rich generosity?
The Macedonian churches. (2 8:2)

G What does Paul testify?
That they gave as much as they were able and even beyond their ability. (2 8:3)

G Who gave as much as they were able and even beyond their ability?
The Macedonian churches. (2 8:3)

G How did the Macedonian churches urgently plead with us?
Entirely on their own. (2 8:3-4)

G For what did the Macedonian churches urgently plead with us?
The privilege of sharing in this service to the saints. (2 8:4)

G For what privilege did the Macedonian churches urgently plead with us?
The privilege of sharing in this service to the saints. (2 8:4)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 5, to whom did they give themselves?
First to the Lord and then to us. (2 8:5)
Note: They refers to the Macedonian churches (verse 1)

G How did they give themselves first to the Lord and then to us?
In keeping with God's will. (2 8:5)

G What did we urge Titus?
To bring also to completion this act of grace on your part. (2 8:6)

G Who had earlier made a beginning?
Titus. (2 8:6)

G Whom did we urge to bring also to completion this act of grace on your part?
Titus. (2 8:6)

X Context question: 5 part answer: In what do you excel?
Faith, speech, knowledge, complete earnestness, love for us. (2 8:7)
G In what see that you also excel?
This grace of giving. (2 8:7)

G Who is not commanding you?
Paul. (2 8:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 8, what does Paul want?
To test the sincerity of your love. (2 8:8)

G How does Paul want to test the sincerity of your love?
By comparing it with the earnestness of others. (2 8:8)

G What does Paul want to test by comparing it with the earnestness of others loves?
The sincerity of your love. (2 8:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 9, what do you know?
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became
poor so that you through his poverty might become rich. (2 8:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 9, what was our Lord Jesus Christ?
Rich. (2 8:9)

G What did Jesus Christ become for your sakes?
Poor. (2 8:9)

G Why did Jesus Christ become poor for your sakes?
So that you through his poverty might become rich. (2 8:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 9, how might you become rich?
Through his poverty. (2 8:9)

G What is Paul's advice about what is best for you in this matter?
Last year you were the first not only to give but also to have the desire to do so. Now
finish the work. (2 8:10-11)

G What were you the first to do last year?
not only to give but also to have the desire to do so. (2 8:10)

G Why finish the work?
So that your eager willingness to do it may be matched by your completion of it
according to your means. (2 8:11)

G What may be matched by your completion of it?
Your eager willingness to do it (give) (2 8:11)
G According to what may your eager willingness to do it be matched by your completion
of it?
According to your means. (2 8:11)

G What if the willingness is there?
The gift is acceptable, according to what one has, not according to what one does not
have. (2 8:12)

G How is the gift acceptable?
According to what one has, not according to what one does not have. (2 8:12)

G What is acceptable according to what one has, not according to what one does not
have?
The gift. (2 8:12)

G When is the gift acceptable according to what one has?
If the willingness is there. (2 8:12)

G What is our desire?
That there might be equality. (2 8:13)

G What is our desire not?
That others might be relieved while you are hard pressed. (2 8:13)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 13, what are you?
Hard pressed. (2 8:13)

G What will your plenty supply?
What they need. (2 8:14)

G What will supply what they need?
Your plenty. (2 8:14)

G What will their plenty supply?
What you need. (2 8:14)

G What will supply what you need?
Their plenty. (2 8:14)

G When will their be equality?
If their plenty supplies what you need and your plenty supplies what they need. (2 8:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 15, what is written?
He who gathered much did not gather too much and he who gathered little did not gather
too little. (2 8:15)
G Who did not gather too much?
He who gathered much. (2 8:15)

G Who did not gather too little?
He who gathered little. (2 8:15)

G What did he who gathered much not gather?
Too much. (2 8:15)

G What did he who gathered little not gather?
Too little. (2 8:15)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 16, whom does Paul thank?
God. (2 8:16)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 16, why does Paul thank God?
he put into the heart of Titus the same concern I have for you. (2 8:16)

G Who welcomed our appeal?
Titus. (2 8:17)

G Who is coming to you with much enthusiasm and on his own initiative?
Titus. (2 8:17)

G How is Titus coming to you?
With much enthusiasm and on his own initiative. (2 8:17)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 18, With whom are we sending Titus?
The brother who is praised by all the churches for his service to the gospel. (2 8:18)

G Who is praised by all the churches for his service to the gospel?
The brother. (2 8:18)

G Who was chosen by the churches to accompany us as we carry the offering?
The brother who is praised by all the churches for his service to the gospel. (2 8:19)

G By whom was the brother chosen to accompany us?
The churches. (2 8:19)

G Why do we administer the offering?
To honor the Lord himself and to show our eagerness to help. (2 8:19)

G What do we want to avoid?
Any criticism of the way we administer this liberal gift. (2 8:20)
G Of what do we want to avoid criticism?
The way we administer this liberal gift. (2 8:20)

G What are we taking great pains to do?
What is right, not only in the eyes of the Lord but also in the eyes of men. (2 8:21)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 22, whom are we sending?
Our brother who has often proved to us in many ways that he is zealous. (2 8:22)

G Who has often proved in many ways that he is zealous?
Our brother. (2 8:22)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 23, who is Titus?
My partner and fellow worker among you. (2 8:23)

G Who is my partner and fellow worker among you?
Titus. (2 8:23)

G Who are representatives of the churches and an honor to Christ?
Our brothers. (2 8:23)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 23, what are our brothers?
Representatives of the churches and an honor to Christ. (2 8:23)

G Of what are our brothers representatives?
The churches. (2 8:23)

G To whom are our brothers an honor?
Christ. (2 8:23)

G Why show these men the proof of your love and the reason for our pride in you?
So that the churches can see it. (2 8:24)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 8 verse 24, what show these men?
The proof of our love and the reason for our pride in you. (2 8:24)

                                      Chapter 9


G About what is there no need for me to write to you?
The service to the saints. (2 9:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 2, what does Paul know?
Your eagerness to help. (2 9:2)
G To whom has Paul been boasting about your eagerness to help?
To the Macedonians. (2 9:2)

G About what has Paul been boasting to the Macedonians?
About your eagerness to help. (2 9:2)

G What has Paul been telling the Macedonians?
That since last year you in Achaia were ready to give; and your enthusiasm has stirred
most of them to action. (2 9:2)

G When were you in Achaia ready to give?
Since last year. (2 9:2)

G Who were ready to give since last year?
You in Achaia. (2 9:2)

G What has stirred most of them to action?
Your (you in Achaia) enthusiasm. (2 9:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 3, whom is Paul sending?
The brothers. (2 9:2)

G Why is Paul sending the brothers?
In order that our boasting about you in this matter should not prove hollow. (2 9:3)

G What should not prove hollow?
Our boasting about you in this matter. (2 9:3)

G What if any Macedonians come with me and find you unprepared?
We--not to say anything about you--would be ashamed of having been so confident. (2
9:4)

G When would we be ashamed of having been so confident?
If any Macedonians come with me and find you unprepared. (2 9:4)

G What did Paul think it necessary to urge the brothers?
To visit you in advance and finish the arrangements for the generous gift you had
promised. (2 9:5)

G How will the gift be ready?
As a generous gift. (2 9:5)

G How will the gift not be ready?
As one grudgingly given. (2 9:5)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 6, what remember?
Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly and whoever sows generously will also
reap generously. (2 9:6)

G Who will also reap sparingly?
Whoever sows sparingly. (2 9:6)

G Who will also reap generously?
Whoever sows generously. (2 9:6)

G How will whoever sows sparingly also reap?
Sparingly. (2 9:6)

G How will whoever sows generously also reap?
Generously. (2 9:6)

G Who should give what he has decided in his heart to give?
Each man. (2 9:7)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 7, how should each man give?
What he has decided in his heart to give. (2 9:7)

G How should each man not give?
Grudgingly or under compulsion. (2 9:7)

G Whom does God love?
A Cheerful giver. (2 9:7)

G Who loves a cheerful giver?
God. (2 9:7)

G Who is able to make all grace abound to you?
God. (2 9:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 8, what is God able to do?
Make all grace abound to you. (2 9:8)

G Why is God able to make all grace abound to you?
So that in all things at all times having all that you need you will abound in every good
work. (2 9:8)

G In what will you abound?
Every good work. (2 9:8)

G How will you abound in every good work?
In all things at all times having all that you need. (2 9:8)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 9, what is written?
"He has scattered abroad his gifts to the poor; his righteousness endures forever." (2 9:9)

G What has he scattered abroad?
His gifts for the poor. (2 9:9)

G Where has he scattered his gifts for the poor?
Abroad. (2 9:9)

G What endures forever?
His righteousness. (2 9:9)

G Who will also supply and increase your store of seed?
He who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food. (2 9:10)

G What will he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food do?
Also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your
righteousness. (2 9:10)

G Who will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness?
He who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food. (2 9:10)

G Why will you be made rich in every way?
So that you can be generous on every occasion and through us your generosity will result
in thanksgiving to God. (2 9:11)

G When will you be made generous?
On every occasion. (2 9:11)

G In what will your generous result?
Thanksgiving to God. (2 9:11)

G What is not only supplying the needs of God's people but is also overflowing in many
expressions of thanks to God?
This service that you perform. (2 9:12)

G What is this service that you perform doing?
Supplying the needs of God's people, and overflowing in many expressions of thanks to
God. (2 9:12)

G What needs is this service supplying?
God's people. (2 9:12)

G How is this service overflowing?
In many expressions of thanks to God. (2 9:12)
G Why will men praise God for the obedience that accompanies your confession of the
gospel of Christ?
Because of the service by which you have proved yourself. (2 9:13)

G For what will men praise God because of the service?
The obedience that accompanies your confession of the gospel of Christ and your
generosity in sharing with them and everyone else. (2 9:13)

G What accompanies your confession of the gospel of Christ?
Your obedience. (2 9:13)

G In what will their hearts go out to you?
Prayers. (2 9:14)

G What will go out to you in their prayers?
Their hearts. (2 9:14)

G Why will their hearts go out to you in their prayers?
Because of the surpassing grace God has given you. (2 9:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 14, what has God given you?
Surpassing grace. (2 9:14)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 9 verse 15, For what thanks be to God?
His indescribable gift. (2 9:15)

                                              Chapter 10

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 1, how does Paul appeal to you?
By the meekness and gentleness of God. (2 10:1)

G Who is timid when face to face with you?
Paul. (2 10:1)

G Who is bold when away?
Paul. (2 10:1)

G What is Paul when face to face with you?
Timid. (2 10:1)

G What is Paul when away?
Bold. (2 10:1)

G What does Paul beg you?
That when he comes he may not have to be as bold as he expects to be toward some
people who think that we live by the standards of this world. (2 10:2)
G What does Paul expect to be toward some people who think that we live by the
standards of the world?
Bold. (2 10:2)

G By what standards do some people think that we live?
The standards of the world. (2 10:2)

G How do we not wage war?
As the world does. (2 10:3)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 3, where do we live?
In the world. (2 10:3)

G With what weapons do we not fight?
The weapons of the world. (2 10:4)

G What have divine power to demolish strongholds?
The weapons we fight with. (2 10:4)

G What do we demolish?
Arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the kingdom of God. (2 10:5)

G What sets itself up against the knowledge of God?
Arguments and every pretension. (2 10:5)

G Against what does arguments and every pretension set itself up?
The knowledge of God. (2 10:5)

G What do we take captive?
Every thought. (2 10:5)

G Why do we take captive every thought?
To make it obedient to Christ. (2 10:5)

G What do we take captive to make it obedient to Christ?
Every thought. (2 10:5)

G What will we be ready to punish?
Every act of disobedience. (2 10:6)

G When will we be ready to punish every act of disobedience?
Once your obedience is complete. (2 10:6)

G Where are you looking?
Only on the surface of things. (2 10:7)

G What if anyone is confident that he belongs to Christ?
He should consider again that we belong to Christ just as much as he. (2 10:7)

G What if Paul boasts somewhat freely about the authority the Lord gave us?
He is not ashamed. (2 10:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 8, When will Paul not be ashamed?
If he boasts somewhat freely about the authority the Lord gave us. (2 10:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 8, what authority does the Lord give us?
Building you up rather than pulling you down. (2 10:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 9, what does Paul not want?
To seem to be trying to frighten you with letters. (2 10:9)

G How does Paul not want to seem to be trying to frighten you?
With his letters. (2 10:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 10, what do some say?
"His letters are weighty and forceful, but in person he is unimpressive and his speaking
amounts to nothing." (2 10:10)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 10, what are his letters?
Weighty and forceful. (2 10:10)

G What are weighty and forceful?
His letters. (2 10:10)

G What is Paul in person?
Unimpressive. (2 10:10)

G What amounts to nothing?
His speaking. (2 10:10)

G What should such people realize?
That what we are in our letters when we are absent, we will be in our actions when we are
present. (2 10:11)

G Who should realize that what we are in our letters when we are absent, we will be in
our actions when we are present?
Such people (who say: "His letters are weighty and forceful but in person he is
unimpressive and his speaking amounts to nothing") (2 10:11)

G What will we be in our actions when we are present?
What we are in our letters when we are absent. (2 10:11)

G With whom do we not dare to classify or compare ourselves?
Some who commend themselves. (2 10:12)

G What are they when they measure themselves by themselves?
Not wise. (2 10:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 12, when are they not wise?
When they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves.
(2 10:12)

G Beyond what will we not boast?
Proper limits. (2 10:13)

G To what will we confine our boasting?
The field God has assigned to us. (2 10:13)

G What field has God assigned to us?
A field that reaches even to you. (2 10:13)

G In what are we not going too far?
Our boasting. (2 10:14)

G With what did we not get as far as you?
The gospel of Christ. (2 10:14)

G By what do we not go beyond our limits?
Boasting of work done by others. (2 10:15)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 15, what is our hope?
As your faith continues to grow, our area of activity among you will greatly expand. (2
10:15)

G What continues to grow?
Your faith. (2 10:15)

G What will greatly expand?
Our area of activity. (2 10:15)

G Why will our area of activity greatly expand?
So that we can preach the gospel in the regions beyond you. (2 10:15-16)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 16, where can we preach the gospel?
The regions beyond you. (2 10:16)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 10 verse 16, about what do we not want to boast?
About work done in another man's territory. (2 10:16)
G Where let him who boasts boast?
In the Lord. (2 10:17)

G Who is approved?
The one whom the Lord commends. (2 10:18)

                                       Chapter 11

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 1, what does Paul hope?
you will put up with a little of my foolishness. (2 11:1)

G What does Paul hope you will put up with?
A little of my foolishness. (2 11:1)

G What are you already doing?
That (Putting up with a little of Paul's foolishness) (2 11:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 2, what is Paul?
Jealous. (2 11:2)

G How is Paul jealous for you?
With a godly jealousy. (2 11:2)

G Who is jealous with a godly jealousy?
Paul. (2 11:2)

G To whom did Paul promise you?
one husband, Christ. (2 11:2)

G Why did Paul promise you to one husband, to Christ?
So that he might present you as a pure virgin to him. (2 11:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 2, How might Paul present you to Christ?
As a pure virgin to him. (2 11:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 3, why is Paul afraid?
Your minds may somehow be led astray from your sincere and pure devotion to Christ. (2
11:3)

G Who was deceived by the serpent's cunning?
Eve. (2 11:3)

G How was Eve deceived?
The serpent's cunning. (2 11:3)
G How might your minds be led astray from your sincere and pure devotion to Christ?
Just as Eve was deceived by the serpent's cunning. (2 11:3)

G From what may your minds somehow be led astray?
Your sincere and pure devotion to Christ. (2 11:3)

G What if someone comes to you and preaches a Jesus other than the one we preached to
you?
You put up with it easily enough. (2 11:4)

G What if you receive a different spirit from the one you accepted?
You put up with it easily enough. (2 11:4)

G What if you received a different gospel other than the one you received?
You put up with it easily enough. (2 11:4)

X Context question: 3 part answer: what did you put up with easily enough?
If someone preaches a different Jesus, If you receive a different spirit, If you received a
different gospel. (2 11:4)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 5, what does Paul not think?
He is in the least inferior to those "Super-apostles." (2 11:5)

G To whom is Paul not in the least inferior?
Those "super-apostles" (2 11:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 6, what may Paul not be?
A trained speaker. (2 11:6)

G Who may not be a trained speaker?
Paul. (2 11:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 6, what does Paul have?
Knowledge. (2 11:6)

G What have we made perfectly clear to you?
I (Paul) may not be a trained speaker but I do have knowledge. (2 11:6)

G Why did Paul lower himself?
In order to elevate you. (2 11:7)

G How did Paul lower himself in order to elevating you?
By preaching the gospel of God to you free of charge. (2 11:7)
G How did Paul rob other churches?
By receiving support from them so as to serve you. (2 11:8)
G Why did Paul rob other churches by receiving support from them?
So as to serve you. (2 11:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 9, To whom was Paul not a burden?
Anyone. (2 11:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 9, when was Paul not a burden to anyone?
When I was with you and needed something. (2 11:9)

G Who supplied what Paul needed?
The brothers who came from Macedonia. (2 11:9)

G What has Paul kept himself from being?
A burden to you. (2 11:9)

G What will Paul continue to do?
Keep himself from being a burden to you. (2 11:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 10, what is in Paul?
The truth of Christ. (2 11:10)

G Who will stop this boasting of Paul's?
Nobody in the regions of Achaia. (2 11:10)

G What will nobody in the regions of Achaia stop?
This boasting of Paul's. (2 11:10)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 11, what does God know?
I love you. (2 11:11)

G Who knows Paul loves you?
God. (2 11:11)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 12, what will Paul keep on doing?
What I am doing. (2 11:12)

G Why will Paul keep on doing what he is doing?
In order to cut the ground from under those who want an opportunity to be considered
equal with us. (2 11:12)

G Who are false apostles, deceitful workmen, masquerading as apostles of light?
Such men (those who want an opportunity to be considered equal with us in the things
they boast about) (2 11:13)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 13, what are such men?
False apostles, deceitful workmen, masquerading as apostles of light. (2 11:13)
G How do deceitful workmen masquerade?
As apostles of light. (2 11:13)

G Who masquerades as an angel of light?
Satan. (2 11:14)

G How does Satan masquerade?
As an angel of light. (2 11:14)

G What is not surprising?
That his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness. (2 11:15)

G Who masquerades as servants of righteousness?
His (Satan's) servants. (2 11:15)

G What will Satan's servant's end be?
What their actions deserve. (2 11:15)

G Whose end will be what their actions deserve?
Satan's servants. (2 11:15)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 16, what does Paul repeat?
Let no one take me for a fool. (2 11:16)

G What if you do take Paul for a fool?
Receive Paul just as you would a fool, so that he may do a little boasting. (2 11:16)

G When receive Paul just as you would a fool?
If you take him for a fool. (2 11:16)

G Why receive Paul just as you would a fool?
So that he may do a little boasting. (2 11:16)

G In what is Paul not talking as the Lord would but as a fool?
In this self confident boasting. (2 11:17)

G How is Paul not talking in the self confident boasting?
As the Lord would. (2 11:17)

G How is Paul talking in this self confident boasting?
A fool. (2 11:17)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 17, how is Paul not talking?
As the Lord would. (2 11:17)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 17, how is Paul talking?
As a fool. (2 11:17)

G How are many boasting?
In the way the world does. (2 11:18)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 18, why will Paul boast?
Since many are boasting in the way the world does. (2 11:18)

G Why do you gladly put up with fools?
Since you are so wise. (2 11:19)

G With whom do you gladly put up?
Fools. (2 11:19)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 19, with whom do you put up?
Fools. (2 11:19)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 20, with whom do you put up?
Anyone who enslaves you or exploits you or takes advantage of you, or pushes himself
forward or slaps in you in the face. (2 11:20)

G What does Paul admit to his shame?
We were too weak for that. (2 11:21)

G To what does Paul admit they were too weak for that?
His shame. (2 11:21)

G What does Paul dare to boast about?
What anyone else dares to boast about. (2 11:21)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 21, how is Paul speaking?
As a fool. (2 11:21)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 22, what is Paul?
Hebrew, Israelite, Abraham's descendents. (2 11:22)

G Whose descendents is Paul?
Abraham's. (2 11:22)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 23, who is out of his mind to talk like
this?
Paul. (2 11:23)
G Who has worked much harder?
Paul. (2 11:23)
G How has Paul worked?
Much harder. (2 11:23)

G Who has been in prison more frequently?
Paul. (2 11:23)

G When has Paul been in prison?
More frequently. (2 11:23)

G How has Paul been flogged?
More severely. (2 11:23)

G When has Paul been exposed to death?
Again and again. (2 11:23)

G To what has Paul been exposed again and again?
Death. (2 11:23)

G How many times did Paul receive from the Jews the forty lashes minus one?
Five times. (2 11:24)

G From whom did Paul receive the forty lashes minus one?
The Jews. (2 11:24)

G What did Paul receive from the Jews five times?
The forty lashes minus one. (2 11:24)

G How many lashes did Paul receive five times?
Forty lashes minus one. (2 11:24)

X Context question: How many lashes in all did Paul receive?
195. (40-1)*5 (2 11:24)

G How many times was Paul beaten with rods?
Three times. (2 11:25)

G How was Paul beaten three times?
With rods. (2 11:25)

G How many times was Paul shipwrecked?
Three. (2 11:25)

G How many times was Paul Stoned?
Once. (2 11:25)
G Where did Paul spend a night and a day?
In the open sea. (2 11:25)

G How long did Paul spend in the open sea?
A night and a day. (2 11:25)

X Context question: 4 part answer: Where has Paul been in danger?
Rivers, city, county, at sea. (2 11:26)

X Context question: 4 part answer: From whom has Paul been in danger?
Bandits, countrymen, Gentles, False brothers. (2 11:26)

G Without what has Paul often gone?
Sleep, food. (2 11:27)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 27, what has Paul known?
Hunger and thirst. (2 11:27)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 27, what has Paul been?
Cold and naked. (2 11:27)

G What does Paul face daily besides everything else?
The pressure of his concern for all the churches. (2 11:28)

G When does Paul face the pressure of his concern for all the churches?
Daily. (2 11:28)

G What pressure does Paul face daily?
The pressure of his concern for all the churches. (2 11:28)

G What does Paul not feel?
Weak. (2 11:29)

G Where does Paul not burn?
Inwardly. (2 11:29)

G What if Paul must boast?
He will boast of the things that show his weakness. (2 11:30)

G What things will Paul boast about if he must boast?
The things that show his weakness. (2 11:30)

G Who knows that Paul is not lying?
The God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who is to be forever praised. (2 11:31)
G Who is to be forever praised?
The God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. (2 11:31)

G Who had the city of the Damascenes guarded in order to arrest Paul?
The Governor under King Aretas. (2 11:32)

G Where did the Governor under King Aretas have the city guarded?
Damascus. (2 11:32)

G Why did the governor under King Aretas have the city of the Damascenes guarded?
In order to arrest Paul. (2 11:32)

G Where was Paul lowered?
In a basket through an opening in the wall. (2 11:33)

G Through what was Paul lowered in a basket?
An opening in the wall. (2 11:33)

G Who slipped through his hands?
Paul. (2 11:33)

G How did Paul slip through his hands?
By being lowered in a basket through an opening in the wall. (2 11:33)

                                      Chapter 12

G What is to be gained by boasting?
Nothing. (2 12:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 1, to what will Paul go on?
Visions and revelations. (2 12:1)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 2, whom does Paul know?
A man who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven. (2 12:2)

G How long ago was a man caught up to the third heaven?
Fourteen years ago. (2 12:2)

G Where was a man caught up fourteen years ago?
The third heaven. (2 12:2)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 2, what does God know?
Whether in the body or out of the body. (2 12:2)
G Who was caught up to paradise?
This man who was caught up to the third heaven. (2 12:3-4)
G What did the man who was caught up to paradise hear?
Inexpressible things, things that man is not permitted to tell. (2 12:4)

G What things is man not permitted to tell?
Inexpressible things. (2 12:4)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 5 about whom will Paul boast?
A man like that. (caught up to the third heaven) (2 12:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 5, about whom will Paul not boast?
himself. (2 12:5)

G What if I choose to boast?
I would not be a fool, because he would be speaking the truth. (2 12:6)

G Why would Paul not be a fool if he should choose to boast?
Because he would be speaking the truth. (2 12:6)

G What would Paul be speaking if he should choose to boast?
The truth. (2 12:6)

G Why does Paul refrain from boasting?
So that no one will think more of me than is warranted by what I do or say. (2 12:6)

G What was given to Paul to keep him from becoming conceited?
A thorn in the flesh. (2 12:7)

G What is a messenger of Satan?
A thorn in the flesh. (2 12:7)

G What was given Paul to torment him?
A thorn in the flesh. (2 12:7)

G How many times did Paul plead with the Lord to take away the thorn in the flesh?
Three times. (2 12:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 9, what did the Lord say to Paul?
"My grace is sufficient for you. For my power is made perfect in weakness." (2 12:9)

G What is sufficient for Paul?
My (The Lord's) grace. (2 12:9)

G What is made perfect in weakness?
My (The Lord's) power. (2 12:9)
G Why will Paul boast all the more gladly about my weakness?
So that Christ's power may rest on me. (2 12:9)

G In what does Paul delight for Christ's sake?
Weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, difficulties. (2 12:10)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 10, when is Paul strong?
When he is weak. (2 12:10)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 11, What has Paul made of himself?
A fool. (2 12:11)

G What did you drive Paul too?
Make a fool of himself. (2 12:11)

G Why ought Paul to have been commended by you?
For he is not in the least inferior to those super-apostles. (2 12:11)

G What things mark a disciple?
Signs, wonders and miracles. (2 12:12)

G What were done among you with great perseverance?
The things that mark an apostle--signs, wonders and miracles. (2 12:12)

G How were the things that mark an apostle done among you?
With great perseverance. (2 12:12)

G How were you inferior to the other churches?
Paul was never a burden to you. (2 12:13)

G What wrong should you forgive Paul?
He was never a burden to you. (2 12:13)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 14, what is Paul ready to do?
Visit you for the third time. (2 12:14)

G Why will Paul not be a burden to you?
Because what he wants is not your possessions, but you. (2 12:14)

G Who do not have to save up for their parents?
Children. (2 12:14)

G What will Paul very gladly spend for you?
Everything he has. (2 12:15)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 16, what is Paul?
Crafty fellow. (2 12:16)

G How did Paul catch you?
By trickery. (2 12:16)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 18, whom did I urge to go with you?
Titus. (2 12:18)

G What did I urge Titus?
To go with you. (2 12:18)

G Whom did I send with Titus?
Our brother. (2 12:18)

G Who did not exploit you?
Titus. (2 12:18)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 19, how have we been speaking?
In the sight of God as those in Christ. (2 12:19)

G What is for your strengthening?
Everything we do. (2 12:19)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 19, what is everything we do?
For your strengthening. (2 12:19)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 20, what is Paul afraid?
When he comes he may not find you as he wants you to be and you may not find him as
you want him to be. (2 12:20)

G What does Paul fear?
There may be quarreling, jealousy, outbursts of anger, factions, slander, gossip, arrogance
and disorder. (2 12:20)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 12 verse 21, what is Paul afraid?
When he comes again, my God will humble me before you. (2 12:21)

G Over whom will Paul be grieved?
Many who sinned earlier and have not repented of the impurity, sexual sin and
debauchery in which they have indulged. (2 12:21)

G In what have those who sinned earlier indulged?
Impurity, sexual sin and debauchery. (2 12:21)
                              Chapter 13

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 1, what will this be?
My third visit to you. (2 13:1)

G What visit will this be to you?
My third. (2 13:1)

G What must be established by the testimony of 2 or 3 witnesses?
Every matter. (2 13:1)

G By what must every matter be established?
The testimony of two or three witnesses. (2 13:1)

G When did Paul already give you a warning?
When he was with you the second time. (2 13:2)

G What does Paul now repeat while absent?
The warning he gave you the second time. (2 13:2)

G What warning does Paul repeat?
On my return I will not spare those who sinned earlier. (2 13:2)

G Who will Paul not spare on his return?
Those who sinned earlier or any of the others. (2 13:2)

G Why will Paul not spare those who sinned earlier or any of the others?
Since you are demanding proof that Christ is speaking through me. (2 13:2-3)

G What are you demanding?
Proof that Christ is speaking through me (Paul). (2 13:3)

G Who is not weak in dealing with you?
Christ. (2 13:3)

G What is Christ not in dealing with you?
Weak. (2 13:3)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 3, what is Christ?
Powerful among you. (2 13:3)

G Who was crucified in weakness?
Christ. (2 13:4)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 4, in what was Christ crucified?
Weakness. (2 13:4)
G Whom examine?
yourselves. (2 13:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 5, Why examine yourselves?
To see whether you are in the faith. (2 13:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 5, when is Christ not in you?
If you fail the test. (2 13:5)

G Who is in you unless you fail the test?
Christ. (2 13:5)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 6, what does Paul trust?
you will discover that we have not failed the test. (2 13:6)

G What does Paul trust that you will discover?
We have not failed the test. (2 13:6)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 7, what does Paul pray to God?
That you will not do anything wrong. (2 13:7)

G Why does Paul pray that you will not do anything wrong?
So that you will do what is right even though we may seem to have failed. (2 13:7)

G Why does Paul not pray that you will not do anything wrong?
That people will see that we have stood the test. (2 13:7)

G What have we stood?
The test. (2 13:7)

G What do you do even though we may seem to have failed?
What is right. (2 13:7)

G Against what can we not do anything?
The truth. (2 13:8)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 9, when are we glad?
Whenever we are weak but you are strong. (2 13:9)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 9, For what is our prayer?
Your perfection. (2 13:9)

G What is for your perfection?
Our prayer. (2 13:9)
A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 10, why does Paul write these things when
he is absent?
So that when he comes he may not have to be harsh in his use of authority. (2 13:10)

G In what may Paul not have to be harsh?
His use of authority. (2 13:10)

G In what authority may Paul not have to be harsh?
The authority the Lord gave me for building you up not for tearing you down. (2 13:10)

G What does Paul say finally?
Good-by. (2 13:11)

G For what aim?
Perfection. (2 13:11)

G To what listen?
My appeal. (2 13:11)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 11, how live?
In peace. (2 13:11)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 11, who will be with you?
The God of love and peace. (2 13:11)

G How greet one another?
With a holy kiss. (2 13:12)

A According to 2 Corinthians chapter 13 verse 13, who send their greetings?
All the saints. (2 13:13)

				
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