CLED 450 Exam 1

CLED 450 Exam 1 Liberty University

  1. Every sermon should be prepared by a person whose study is marked by what?
  2. What gives a ministry its motivations, perseverance, humility, joy, tenderness, passion, and grace?
  3. Which of the following is not one of the ministry fruit’s of the awe of God?
  4. The greatest danger in my life exists _______ of me and not _______ of me.
  5. The ultimate purpose of the Word of God is not theological information but what?
  6. Which of the following is not one of the dangerous results of thinking you’ve arrived?
  7. When busyness intersects with _______ one of the first things that goes is private worship.
  8. Which of the following is not a result of a consistent, personal devotional life?
  9. Peter’s counsel to “humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God” was directed to whom?
  10. If Christ is the head of his body – and he is – then everything else is just what?
  11. When you forget _______ , you begin to seek from the situations, locations, and relationships of ministry what you already have been given in Christ.
  12. Mediocrity is a ______ problem.
  13. A pastor’s ministry is never just shaped by his knowledge, experience, and skill.  It is always also shaped by the true condition of his:
  14. What passage does the author refer to as a summary of all that he has considered in this book?
  15. Although we are able to see the sin of others with specificity and clarity, we tend to be blind to our own.
  16. The pastor’s identity and security should be based on what people think of him.
  17. If you are not feeding your soul on the realities of the presence, promises, and provisions of Christ, you will ask the people, situations, and things around you to be the messiah that they can never be.
  18. The New Testament indicates that the pastor’s private life at home and his public ministry are two separate categories.  He is two separate people.
  19. Awe reminds you that God is so glorious that it is impossible for you, as his ambassador, to have ministry standards that are too high.
  20. Pastors should not expose themselves to the examination of others because the Bible is all they need in order to see themselves accurately.
  21. As a pastor, your ministry is particularly difficult, you have been singled out for unique suffering, and your ministry situation, location and relationships are more difficult than what others face.
  22. As a pastor, you should have a healthy fear of what may be exposed about you even though it has already been covered by the blood of Jesus.
  23. If you are a pastor or ministry leader, you are free of sin and all its attendant dangers.
  24. No one is more influential in your life than you are, because no one talks to you more than you do.
  25. There are truths that you need to give to others that you don’t need yourself.
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