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COURSE: The Process of Being Made Whole (Six
constituents and Forty-five Days of Prayer)
Course Literature: Study of the Process of Being Made Whole, and Bible
Pre-requisites (if any):
Understanding the Course Design: Candidates use the literature
to respond to questions. Questions are in chronological order throughout
the course. Questions preceded with bracket statements require Biblical,
spiritual, or counseling insight, and these
questions test the students ability to deduce, assimilate, and otherwise
process a number of factors to answer the questions.
Completion Requirements are as follows:
Sections: The course is divided into several sections of approximately
50 questions each. It is not necessary to complete all sections in one
setting. However, you must complete a section before submitting your work.
DO NOT submit
a section that is partially complete.
Answers: Answers must be given in complete sentences.
NOTE: You should always print or save a copy for your
Identification: You must submit your name, date, and email address with
every section you submit.
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51. If the principle concerning "forty" is true, how many times should
it be shown in the Bible?
52. What happens in Genesis 7:12
53. What happens in Numbers 13:25
54. Explain what happens in Deuteronomy 10:10?
55. What happens in I Kings 19:5-8?
56. What was the prophet instructed to do in Ezekiel 4:6?
57. How many days did it take the angel to arrive upon Daniel's
58. Was the angel's mission over when He arrived to Daniel?
59. How long do you think it would take for the angel to complete the
60. How lond did Nineveh have to repent in Jonah 3:4?
61. Are there more than two or three references to the use of forty
days in the Bible? (shown in the questions above)
62. Where is the precedent found for the principle concerning forty
63. More importantly, give two examples in the New Testament where
the forty day principle is evident?
64. Who was on the scene in both cases?
65. What is one of the most important characteristics of prayer in
Luke 11:5-8; and Luke18:1-8.
66. In Luke 11:5-8, what does the man desire from his neighbor?
67. Was his original request provided?
68. Given his neighbor's original response, how did the man respond?
69. Recall, what is Jesus' topic in Luke 11:5-8?
70. What is the primary characteristic Jesus teaches about prayer in
71. Who are the two characters in Luke 18:1-8
72. Concerning prayer, what is Jesus' specific objective for
believers in verse 1?
73. How was the widow's initial request received by the judge?
74. What type of character did the judge possess?
75. How did the widow respond to the judge's initial response to her
76. How does the judge respond to the widows request, eventually?
77. What is the primary characteristic Jesus is teaching us by the
parable of the woman before the unjust judge?
78. What two terms does Paul use concerning prayer?
79. Read Matthew 17:14-21. Who was ill?
80. What was the symptoms of the boy's illness?
81. Who tried to cure the boy?
82. Why were they unsuccessful?
83. Explain what Jesus meant by His explanation for the disciples
inability to cure the boy?
84. What do the most challenging issue in life require?
85. What must be demonstrated, persistently?
87. Believers must not worship or pray to what being(s)?
90. Read Ephesians 6:10-20. What does Paul make clear?
91. Once the "overwhelming objective" is accomplished, what is
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