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What is meant by a for you. And if I go and “ mansion ?"
prepare a place for you, I A. A place of abode. will come again, and receive Who is his Father ? you unto myself; that where What did Christ go to do? I am, there ye may be also.
What does Christ say he Believe me that I am in the will do when he comes Father, and the Father in
me: or else believe me for Where will his disciples the very works' sake. Verily, be?
verily, I say unto you, He What are we to believe that believeth on me, the respecting Christ and the works that I do shall he do Father?
also : and greater works than What does Christ men- these shall he do ; because tion for the sake of which I go unto my Father. And we should believe him? whatsoever ye shall ask in
What did he say that my name, that will I do, they who thus believed on that the Father may be glohim, should do ?
rified in the Son. If ye Whither did he say he was shall ask any thing in my going ?
name, I will do it. Will he do what we ask in his name?
Who would thereby be glorified ?
CHAPTER X. What is the subject of this chapter ?
Where is it written ?
To whom is the Holy Spirit promised ?
If you love Christ, what must you do?
What will he pray the Father to do?
How long will this Comforter abide with his disciples ?
Who is the Comforter ?
those who love Christ, and
If ye love me, keep my commandments. And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever : even the Spirit of truth ; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth
What is the Holy Ghost him: but ye know him ; for also called ?
he dwelleth with you, and A. The Spirit of Truth. shall be in you. I will not
What did Christ say that leave you comfortless; I will the world could not do to the Spirit of Truth?
Who is here meant by the world ?
A. The stubborn, unbe. lieving, and wicked part of it.
Who did Christ say did know him?
Why did he say the disciples knew the Spirit of Truth?
In what state would Christ not leave his disciples ?
Who did he say would come to them?
What does he say respecting the world seeing him?
What does he say respecting the disciples seeing him?
What does he tell the dis come to you. Yet a little ciples they would know at while and the world seeth me that day?
no more ; but ye see me At what day?
because I live, ye shall live A. On the day of Pente also. At that day ye shall cost, when he should visibly know that I am in my Fasend down the Holy Ghost ther, and ye in me, and I to his disciples.
in you. He that hath my Who is it that loves commandments, and keepChrist?
eth them, he it is that loveth By whom will he be be me: and he that loveth me loved ?
shall be loved of my Father, Who is the Comforter ? and I will love him, and will Who will send him ? manifest myself to him. But
In whose name will the the Comforter, which is the Father send him ?
Holy Ghost, whom the FaWhat does Christ say the ther will send in my name, Comforter will teach them? he shall teach you all things,
What will he bring to their and bring all things to your remembrance ?
remembrance, whatsoever I How has this been ful. have said unto you. filled ?
A. By the Holy Ghost enabling the writers of the New Testament correctly to remember and relate all that . . Christ taught them.
CHAPTER XI. What is the subject of this THE SAME DISCOURSE CONchapter ?
TINUED.—John xiv. What did Christ leave to Divine Peace promised to his disciples ?
: Christ's Disciples. How did he give that Peace I leave with you, peace to them?
my peace I give unto you; What did he exhort them not as the world giveth, give not to be?
I unto you. Let not your What did he say that he heart be troubled, neither let was to do?
it be afraid. Ye have heard Was he to go away for how I said unto you, I go ever, or was he to come away, and come again unto again?
you. If ye loved me, ye What does he say they would rejoice, because I would do, if they loved said I go unto the Father; him?
for my Father is greater Why would they rejoice? than I. And now I have
How was God greater than told you before it come Christ?
pass, that when it is come A. Considering Christ in to pass, ye might believe. the nature of man.
Hereafter I will not talk Why did Christ tell them much with you: for the before it came to pass ? prince of this world cometh,
After that time, what and hath nothing in me. would Christ not do ?
Who does he say is coming?
Who is the prince of this world?
A. The Devil. What had not the prince of this world?
What do you mean by But that the world may that ?
know that I love the Father, A. He would not find and as the Father gave me any fault in him : he was commandment, even so I do. without sin.
Arise, let us go hence. What was the world to know?
How was it that Christ acted ? CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XII. What is the subject of THE SAME DISCOURSE CONthis chapter ?
TINUED.—John xv. Where is it written? We must love one another.
What does Christ say is This is my commandment, his commandment?
That ye love one another, as In what manner were they I have loved you. Greater to love one another?
love hath no man than this, What does Christ say is that a man lay down his life an instance of very great for his friends. Ye are my love ?
friends if ye do whatsoever How does Christ tell his I command you. Hencedisciples that they would be forth I call you not servants; his friends ?
for the servant knoweth not What does he not call what his lord doeth : but I them from that time? have called you friends : for Why ?
all things that I have heard What does he call them? of my Father I have made What had he made known known unto you. Ye have to them?
not chosen me, but I have What had they not done chosen you, and ordained with respect to him ?
you, that ye should go and What had he done to bring forth fruit, and that them ?
your fruit should remain ; What did he ordain them that whatsoever ye shall ask to do?
of the Father in my name, What will he give them ? he may give it you. These
What is the thing which things I command you, that he commands them?
ye love one another.
CHAPTER XIII. What is contained in the OUR SAVIOUR'S PRAYER FOR thirteenth chapter ?
HIS DISCIPLES.-John xvii. Where is it written? That they may know the only
What is the subject of true God and Jesus Christ. this prayer ?
These words spake Jesus, What did Jesus do when and lifted up his eyes to he had spoken these words? Heaven, and said, Father,
How did he begin his the hour is come: glorify prayer ?
thy Son, that thy Son also What hour did he mean? may glorify thee ; as thou
A. The hour in which he hast given him power over was to suffer death. . all flesh, that he should give
What does he pray the eternal life to as many as Father to do?
thou hast given him. And For what purpose was the this is life eternal, that they Father to glorify the Son ? might know thee the only
Over what had the Father true God, and Jesus Christ, given him power ?
whom thou hast sent. I For what purpose had the have glorified thee on the Father given him power over earth : I have finished the all flesh ?
work which thou gavest me What is life eternal, that to do. And now, O Father, is, what is the way to life eternal ?
What had Jesus Christ done on earth ?
What had he finished ?
How does he pray the glorify thou me with thine Father to glorify him ? own self, with the glory
Where does Christ say he which I had with thee bewas going when lie left the fore the world was. And world ?
now I am no more in the What does he pray the world, but these are in the Father to do for those whom world, and I come to thee. he had given him ?
Holy Father, keep through For what end did he pray thine own name, those whom the Father to keep them ? thou hast given me, that
What do you mean by they may be one as we are. being one as we are ?
A. That they may always be united as the disciples of