Luke 6:38 says “give and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over…” So is the same with this next to last quiz, give it your best and you will receive a high score.
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- Question 1 of 3
Do you know the Marvelous Light Tithing Declaration?
Fill in the missing words, keep in mind that one misspelled word or one filed left blank and the entire question will be marked incorrect. This question is worth 2 points, toward your 80% threshold.
This is my the of all my . I this into to the bountiful from the of . As I it is unto me; , and over. Through this and I forth , a hundred . Today I declare… in the , life, from , over fear, success, to God’s Word, prosperity, in the , wholeness, in praise, peace, to the , to the and . Without it is impossible to God. For he that comes to God must that He is, and that He is a of them that seek Him. By I this , in name…Amen!
- Question 2 of 3
The biblical basis for giving begins with God’s giving His people care of creation in Genesis 1:26-30. God was clear that as stewards we are responsible for caring for and using the creaton to the benefit and glory of God. What that said according to what you learned in this lesson what is a steward? (Fill in the blanks)
Someone who or administers or for the property or affairs of someone else as an .
- Question 3 of 3
A steward’s accountability becomes a matter of ______________ the law or agreements worked out between the Steward and the Lord.CorrectIncorrect