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(1a)By faith he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he went out, not knowing whither he went. 9 By faith he sojourned in the land of promise, as in a strange country, dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise.
[Patriarchs And Prophets pp. 125>126] After the dispersion from Babel idolatry again became well-nigh universal, and the Lord finally left the hardened transgressors to follow their evil ways, while He chose Abraham, of the line of Shem, and made him the keeper of His law for future generations. Abraham had grown up in the midst of superstition and heathenism. Even his father’s household, by whom the knowledge of God had been preserved, were yielding to the seductive influences surrounding them, and they “served other gods” than Jehovah. But the true faith was not to become extinct. God has ever preserved a remnant to serve Him.
Adam, Seth, Enoch, Methuselah, Noah, Shem, in unbroken line, had preserved from age to age the precious revealings of His will. The son of Terah became the inheritor of this holy trust. Idolatry invited him on every side, but in vain. Faithful among the faithless, uncorrupted by the prevailing apostasy, he steadfastly adhered to the worship of the one true God. “The Lord is nigh unto all them that call upon Him, to all that call upon Him in truth.” Psalm 145:18. He communicated His will to Abraham, and gave him a distinct knowledge of the requirements of His law and of the salvation that would be accomplished through Christ.
There was given to Abraham the promise, especially dear to the people of that age, of a numerous posterity and of national greatness: “I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing.” And to this was added the assurance, precious above every other to the inheritor of faith, that of his line the Redeemer of the world should come: “In thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.” Yet, as the first condition of fulfillment, there was to be a test of faith; a sacrifice was demanded.
The message of God came to Abraham, “Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will show thee.” In order that God might qualify him for his great work as the keeper of the sacred oracles, Abraham must be separated from the associations of his early life. The influence of kindred and friends would interfere with the training which the Lord purposed to give His servant. Now that Abraham was, in a special sense, connected with heaven, he must dwell among strangers. His character must be peculiar, differing from all the world. He could not even explain his course of action so as to be understood by his friends.
Spiritual things are spiritually discerned, and his motives and actions were not comprehended by his idolatrous kindred. “By faith Abraham, when he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he went out, not knowing whither he went.” Hebrews 11:8. Abraham’s unquestioning obedience is one of the most striking evidences of faith to be found in all the Bible. To him, faith was “the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Relying upon the divine promise, without the least outward assurance of its fulfillment, he abandoned home and kindred and native land, and went forth, he knew not whither, to follow where God should lead.
“By faith he became a sojourner in the land of promise, as in a land not his own, dwelling in tents, with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise.” It was no light test that was thus brought upon Abraham, no small sacrifice that was required of him. There were strong ties to bind him to his country, his kindred, and his home. But he did not hesitate to obey the call. He had no question to ask concerning the land of promise—whether the soil was fertile and the climate healthful; whether the country afforded agreeable surroundings and would afford opportunities for amassing wealth. God has spoken, and His servant must obey; the happiest place on earth for him was the place where God would have him to be.
Hebrews 11:6 But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.
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1b) +God loves his loyal servent
+God always reward the peaceful in heart
+God always reminiscent the descendent of his apostle
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1 Kings 21 Contemporary English Version (CEV)

Jezebel Has Naboth Killed
Naboth owned a vineyard in Jezreel near King Ahab’s palace.
One day, Ahab said, “Naboth, your vineyard is near my palace. Give it to me so I can turn it into a vegetable garden. I’ll give you a better vineyard or pay whatever you want for yours.”
Naboth answered, “This vineyard has always been in my family. I won’t let you have it.”
So Ahab went home, angry and depressed because of what Naboth had told him. He lay on his bed, just staring at the wall and refusing to eat a thing.
Jezebel his wife came in and asked, “What’s wrong? Why won’t you eat?”
“I asked Naboth to sell me his vineyard or to let me give him a better one,” Ahab replied. “And he told me I couldn’t have it.”
“Aren’t you the king of Israel?” Jezebel asked. “Get out of bed and eat something! Don’t worry, I’ll get Naboth’s vineyard for you.”
Jezebel wrote a letter to each of the leaders of the town where Naboth lived. In the letters she said:
She signed Ahab’s name to the letters and sealed them with his seal. Then she sent them to the town leaders.
After receiving her letters, they did exactly what she had asked. They told the people that it was a day to go without eating, and when they all came together, they seated Naboth at the front. The two liars came in and sat across from Naboth. Then they accused him of cursing God and the king, so the people dragged Naboth outside and stoned him to death.
The leaders of Jezreel sent a message back to Jezebel that said, “Naboth is dead.”
As soon as Jezebel got their message, she told Ahab, “Now you can have the vineyard Naboth refused to sell. He’s dead.” Ahab got up and went to take over the vineyard.
Elijah Condemns Ahab
The LORD said to Elijah the prophet,
“King Ahab of Israel is in Naboth’s vineyard right now, taking it over. Go tell him that I say, ‘Ahab, you murdered Naboth and took his property. And so, in the very spot where dogs licked up Naboth’s blood, they will lick up your blood.’”
When Elijah found him, Ahab said, “So, my enemy, you found me at last.”
Elijah answered:
When Ahab heard this, he tore his clothes and wore sackcloth day and night. He was depressed and refused to eat.
Some time later, the LORD said, “Elijah, do you see how sorry Ahab is for what he did? I won’t punish his family while he is still alive. I’ll wait until his son is king.”
No one was more determined than Ahab to disobey the LORD. And Jezebel encouraged him. Worst of all, he had worshiped idols, just as the Amorites had done before the
LORD forced them out of the land and gave it to Israel.

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Now the Philistines were fighting against Israel , and the men of Israel fled before thePhilistines , and they fell slain on Mount Gilboa . And the Philistines overtook Saul and his sons , and the Philistines killed Jonathan and Abinadab and Malki- Shua , the sons of Saul. Saul was in the thick of the battle , and the archers spotted him , and he was badly wounded by the archers. Then Saul said to his armor bearer , “ Draw your sword and thrust me through with it , so that these uncircumcised do not come and thrust me through and make a fool of me !” But his armor bearer was not willing to do sobecause he was very afraid . So Saul took the sword and fell on it . And when his armor bearer saw that Saul was dead, he also fell on his sword and died with him . So Saul died , and his three sons , his armor bearer , and all his men together that same day .

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4a)
i) Amos pronounced God’s judgment against Damascus the capital city of Syria. They had mistreated expectant mothers who according to the law were not to be attacked during wars, God was therefore going to send fire on the nation.
ii) God would send fire to destroy Philistia for selling their citizens as slaves to Edom. 
iii) Tyre was to be destroyed with fire for selling Israelites as slaves to Edom.
iv) Edom were also to be destroyed with fire for killing and enslaving citizens of Jerusalem
4b)
i) This was the choosing of Israel by God as a special people through whom humankind could know God
ii) Amos taught that God chose Israel out of the love for her forefathers and so they were not to be proud of that because God could have chosen another nation.
iii) Israelites were called to serve Yahweh failure of which meant punishment.
7a)
Peter was heavily guarded.  Escape would have been impossible since he was sleeping between two guards and bound with two chains.  Sentries were even guarding the door.  But God is certainly the God of the impossible!  When the angel appears he patiently guides Peter in getting up and dressed and then leads him past all of the guards, through the city gates (which opened on their own) and down a street before disappearing as quickly as he had appeared.

At first Peter thought he was in a vision but, when the angel disappeared, he knew that these events were actually happening.
Upon realising this his first thought was to go to Mary’s house.  This must have been a common place for Christians to meet.

The instant recognition that the servant girl, Rhoda, had of Peter and her immediate excitement and joy when she opened the door reveals how all social levels of society met together as Christians.  This house full of people had been praying for Peter’s release so it is almost humorous that they don’t believe Rhoda when she announces that he had indeed been freed. 

8b i. Faith brings salvation. (Ephesians 2:8,9). Whosever believes in Him has eter

nal life. (John 3:16), and shall not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life. (John 5:24). The just shall live by faith. (Romans 1:17)

ii. Faith brings answers to prayer. “And whatever things you ask in prayer, really believing, you will receive.” (Matthew 21:22). Since God tells us to pray for our daily bread (Matthew 6:11), faith is therefore a key to our material provision.

iii. Faith brings all the benefits of salvation into our lives (Ephesians 2:8,9). This includes healing, prosperity, peace, love, joy (1 Peter 1:8), deliverance from demons and the curse, sanctification of the mind and emotions (the salvation of the soul) and any other benefit which the word of God promises to us.

9a)THE TEACHINGS OF PETER ON GOOD CITIZENSHIP
In Peter’s teaching on good citizenship, he told the people to make themselves subject to every human authority.

It does not matter whether it is the emperor himself or the Governors sent by him to reward the just and punish the wicked because it is the will of God. When they do this, according to Peter, they will silence the ignorance of fools.

Peter advised them to live as people who are free but also they should not use their freedom as a pretext to foment evil.

Peter told them to live as servants of God.

They must honour everybody, love the brotherhood. They must fear God and honour the emperor.

WAYS IN WHICH CHRISTIANS CAN ACT AS GOOD CITIZENS
1. Pay their taxes regularly.
2. By exercising their voting rights.
3. By being law-abiding.
4. Maintaining a good environment.
5. By contributing to voluntary organization.
6. Caring for public property.
7. By being loyal to the country.

9b)QUALITIES OF A GOOD CITIZEN
1. Love his nation and its legitimate institutions.
2. Obey all laws of the country.
3. Fight to defend the territorial integrity of his country, if options like dialogue fail.
4. Help in the maintenance of law and order.
5. Must have respect for others and live in peace with them.
6. Must not get involved in attempts to overthrow his government. Please kindly choose only 3 options in 9b

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4) In Islam, shirk (Arabic: ﺷﺮﻙ širk) is the sin of practicing idolatry or polytheism, i.e. the deification or worship of anyone or anything besides the singular God, i.e. Allah.

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Islamic Answers

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Bismillah, ar-Rahman, ar- Rahim

إِذَا جَاءَ نَصْرُ اللَّهِ وَالْفَتْحُ ( 1 ) 

Itha jaa nasru Allahiwalfath

When the victory of Allah has come and the conquest,

وَرَأَيْتَ النَّاسَ يَدْخُلُونَ فِي دِينِ اللَّهِ أَفْوَاجًا ( 2 ) 

Waraayta annasa yadkhuloonafee deeni Allahi afwaja

And you see the people entering into the religion of Allah in multitudes,

فَسَبِّحْ بِحَمْدِ رَبِّكَ وَاسْتَغْفِرْهُ ۚ إِنَّهُ كَانَ تَوَّابًا ( 3 ) 

Fasabbih bihamdi rabbika wastaghfirhuinnahu kana tawwaba

Then exalt [Him] with praise of your Lord and ask forgiveness of Him. Indeed, He is ever Accepting of repentance.

Suratul Nasr is used for “the victory” and “the help or assistance”

4) In Islam, shirk (Arabic: ﺷﺮﻙ širk) is the sin of practicing idolatry or polytheism, i.e. the deification or worship of anyone or anything besides the singular God, i.e. Allah.

4B)Types of shrik
*Choose any two from d 3 listed*

(1) Ash-Shirk-al-Akbar, i.e. major Shirk
(2) Ash-Shirk-al-Asghar, i.e. minor Shirk
(3) Ash-Shirk-al-Khafi, i.e. inconspicuous Shirk.
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Updated: April 10, 2018 — 10:59 am

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