Thursday, June 4, 2015

S.S.S. Study Proper Judgment Student workbook Week 1 and 2

S.S.S. Study

Proper Judgment


Student Workbook
























The purpose of this workbook is to challenge the student to look deeper into each subject covered. If the student will look up each verse reference from the study themselves and answer the questions and essays within this workbook, I believe that with this work, along with prayer and a desire to learn, students will retain and understand more out of this study than what can be expressed within the classroom.

These assignments are optional but recommended.


Assignment 1: Definitions - THE JUDGE #1

Assignment 2: Definitions - THE JUDGE #2

Assignment 3: Judges and their duties in the Bible

Assignment 4: Judge (Verb) - Misconceptions #1

Assignment 5: Judge (Verb) - Misconceptions #2

Assignment 6: Judge (Verb) – Our Place

Assignment 7: Judging

Assignment 8: Judged and Judgment

Assignment 9: Final Thoughts

Assignment 10: Review



Many of these assignments will require you to use the back of your worksheet and a separate sheet of paper to complete them, when such is the case please attach any additional papers to the original worksheet and turn all work in for review, all assignment originals will be given back to you for you to keep.

***Remember to always use the King James Bible when looking up references or quoting scripture.

Assignment 1: Definitions - THE JUDGE #1


1.   In Your own words define the following terms.













2.   Explain: what are the duties of a judge?




3.   Write: at minimum one paragraph on why you do or do not believe a Christian should judge other Christians.

4.   Write: at minimum one page on the subject Christ THE JUDGE, be sure to use verse references.

Assignment 2: Definitions - THE JUDGE #2


1.   Christ will judge every man according to what? And why is this the best thing to judge using?




2.   Who gave Jesus the authority to Judge all creation?



3.   The sinner has only two sentences available to him in life, forgiveness of sin through Christ, or eternity in Hell, What is Hell? And where will Hell and its inhabitants spend eternity?




4.   Is there any hope of forgiveness AFTER death? Why or why not?




5.   Who does God desire to escape judgment? Why do you think that is?



6.   Write: Compare today’s culture with American culture at its founding. What differences are there in the way the public views: Modesty, intimacy before marriage, work ethic, abortion, foul language, music, and church. Why do you think there is such a drastic difference? And what does the Bible say about these topics and how they should be viewed? (Use references)

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