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The Story of Redemption -- Study Guide

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    Answers To Lesson 12

    1. Priests, rulers, office, influence.SR-SG 114.1

    2. His faith grew stronger.SR-SG 114.2

    3. Arguments, silence, force.SR-SG 114.3

    4. a. His Jewish brethren.SR-SG 114.4

    b. Not too much.SR-SG 114.5

    5. a. They would not receive him for fear.SR-SG 114.6

    b. Barnabas.SR-SG 114.7

    6. a. He wanted to work longer for his Jewish brethren.SR-SG 114.8

    b. He was anxious to wipe out the stain of his part in Stephen’s death.SR-SG 114.9

    7. He had to escape secretly.SR-SG 114.10

    8. Condemnation, given.SR-SG 114.11

    9. He wanted witnesses to what would take place because he knew he would have to give account of this visit to his Jewish brethren.SR-SG 115.1

    10. a. He spoke familiarly with Cornelius.SR-SG 115.2

    b. Refused to let him bow to him.SR-SG 115.3

    c. Later James presided at the first church council.SR-SG 115.4

    11. Extremity, opportunity.SR-SG 115.5

    12. He was innocent and had perfect trust in God, and his conscience was clear.SR-SG 115.6

    13. They called Herod a god and had earlier called for the crucifixion of One who truly was God--Jesus Christ.SR-SG 115.7

    14. The angel smote Peter to arouse him from sleep, and smote Herod with a mortal disease.SR-SG 115.8

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