An Alphabetical Analysis
Volume 10 - Practical Truth - Page 95 of 277
'Rid you', 'Take you' = phases of
Psalm 49.
Redemption involves 'living for
No man can redeem his
ever' and 'not seeing corruption'
(9).  Redemption is by 'ransom' (7).  No
earthly wealth or power is of any avail
(6 -8).  God will do what man cannot
Galatians 3:1 -14 and 4:1 -7.
'Redeem' in 3:13 and 4:5 is a word
Redemption and the price paid.
that means to pay the price in the market
to set a slave free (see 1 Corinthians
Questions based on Readings
Romans 3:19 -31.
(1) Can we be saved by keeping the law?
(2) How much have we to pay?  (3)
Something is 'declared'.  Can you
explain?  (3:25,26).
Ephesians 1.
(1) 'We have redemption'.  Where?  How?
Why?  (2) Redemption (Eph. 1:7) and
Justification (Rom. 3) come by what?  Can
you say why?
Exodus 6.
(1) What was God going to redeem the
people of Israel from, and how did He say
He would do it?  (2) How is the
redemption of the Israelites a picture of
the redemption in Christ Jesus?
Psalm 49.
(1) What does it say here is impossible
for a man to do for his brother?  Who can
do this?  What is it that God redeems and
from what power?
Galatians 3:1 -14 and 4:1-7.
(1) Why is redemption necessary for all
under law?  (See verses 10 and 13).  (2)
Why did the Lord Jesus die upon a 'tree'
or cross?
Verses to memorize (one each week): Romans 3:24; Ephesians 1:7; Exodus
6:6; Galatians 3:13.
Subject: Faith
Romans 10.
Note the questions to verses 14 and
Faith cometh by hearing.
15.  'Report' (16) = The thing you hear.
'Believe' (in Isa. 53:1) is 'Say Amen
to'.  Faith and the Word (2 Tim. 3:15).
Ephesians 2:1 -10.
The word 'that' in verse 8 does not
Faith links grace and works.
refer to 'faith', but to the whole scheme
of salvation.  'Faith' leads to 'Works' -