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Primarily, what is our calling supposed to be? According to Paul in 1st Corinthians, Christ did not send him to baptize, but to do what? On February 4th’s reading, why does Paul say he acts as he does?
In effect, what is the teaching of the Sermon on the Mount? According to Chambers, why should we keep our lives in constant contact with God? According to Chambers, what happens everytime we stand on our rights and insist that this is what we intend to do?
According to Chambers, what is God’s call the expression of? According to Chambers, of what should we beware? According to Chambers, what is staleness and indication of?
According to Chambers, what is sanctification? How does your obedience to God cost other people but not you? According to Chambers, who are the chosen ones?
The book assignment for January is Pilgrim’s Progress in Today’s English, by John Bunyan, retold by James H. Thomas [Kindle Edition available for $6.15; a different Free Kindle Edition or iBooks Edition is also available, but the questions may not correspond directly to this text]. Here are the questions for this book — there is one stand-alone question, and 20 questions. These generally…