Views from the Pew: “A Necessary Examination” Quiz

Q1: What are the ordinary means of grace that God commanded His church to engage in?
a. The word of God
b. Prayer
c. Baptism
d. The Lord’s Supper
e. All of the above

Q2: True or False: Necessary to the ordinary means listed above are also the church’s discipline and care of souls.
a. True
b. False

Q3: True or False: If you do not examine yourself and participate in the Lord’s Supper rightly, you are guilty of sinning and eat and drink judgement on yourself.
a. True (See 1 Corinthians 11:27-29)
b. False

Q4:  True or false: If you don’t treat The Lord’s Supper appropriately, it is not a means of grace but discipline instead.
a. True (See 1 Corinthians 11:27-29)
b. False

Q5: How often did the early church in examine their hearts and participate in the ordinary means of grace (Acts 2:42)?
a. Once a month
b. On the sabbath
c. Daily
d. Never

Q6: True or False: Self-examination is demanded everywhere in the New Testament.
a. True
b. False

Q7: Which area of concern is NOT noted in the New Testament to examine yourself if you are working toward not being conformed by the secular world and are being transformed by the renewing of your mind?
a. Set aside time each day to put yourself first
b. Don’t love money, God is all you need to be content, Hebrews 13:4
c. Speak the Truth, Ephesians 4:25 and avoid unwholesome words, Ephesians 4:29
d. Look out for others, examine your self-centered, Philippians 2:3-4

Q8: What happens if you examine yourself and find no areas of concern and do not think you need to repent?
a. You are perfect.
b. You are in real trouble.
c. You have fixed all your own sins.
d. You are a good person.


  1. e
  2. a
  3. a
  4. a
  5. c
  6. a
  7. a
  8. b