Continued Questions for The Pilgrim’s Progress Chpts 19-27

Continued Questions for The Pilgrim’s Progress Chpts 19-27

Chapter 19 Talkative, an agent of Satan, is the opposite of Apollyon's direct aggressive attack. His approach is underhanded and deceptive. He appears handsome from a distance, why? He professes seeking heaven, but without heart _________. He talks of doctrine, but with no corresponding change in personal ____________. Faithful is too eager to encourage Talkative. Faithful uplifts his __________. Talkative expounds on God's gospel of sovereign grace, but without personal experience of its effects (WD, CP, GREVT, GMS) Talkative is encouraged to lead in this discussion because of his apparent __________ of knowledge. Christian unmasks Talkative's lifestyle. He is a...
The Pilgrim’s Progress Questions Chapters 13-18

The Pilgrim’s Progress Questions Chapters 13-18

Chapter 13 Christian encounters two swiftly returning pilgrims at the top of the hill. Timorous is an individual who lacks courage, so it makes sense his retreat is caused by the increasing ___________ahead. Mistrust fails to find security in the path and will not pass the _________along the way. Christian evaluates his options and reasons it is safer to proceed ahead. To return is to face certain__________. However, to go forward and face danger still offers the hope of_________. To go back down the hill is to run as ___________. When afflicted, the temptation is to _____________ from the narrow...
The Pilgrim’s Progress Questions: Chapters 7-12

The Pilgrim’s Progress Questions: Chapters 7-12

Study Questions for The Pilgrim's Progress – Chpts 7-9 Chapter 7 How is Christian to get through the wicket gate? Is only one attempt made by Christian? What/who does the gate represent? Christian describes himself to Good Will in what manner? Why is this important? Why did no one come with Christian as he explained to Good Will? How do we see this today? Describe the problem of tarrying at the gate. How might someone be affected by the delay? Can you see anyone like Obstinate and Pliable around you now? What did Christian exhibit in his explained encounter with...
Questions for The Pilgrim’s Progress Weeks 1-3 (1-2, 3-4, 5-6)

Questions for The Pilgrim’s Progress Weeks 1-3 (1-2, 3-4, 5-6)

Chapter 1 How does John Bunyan describe the world in the opening lines of The Pilgrims's Progress? In the dream the man is clothed in rags, he has a book, and a huge burden on his back. What do you think these items represent? Where do you think his focus is directed? Why was he so distraught? In what part of our conversion do we encounter this distress? When he shared his frightful concerns of the city's impending doom with his family, what was their response? Have any of you encountered this from your families when you became a Christian?...
CAC Is Re-Opening!

CAC Is Re-Opening!

The Session of Christ Alone Church is excited to announce that we are starting to re-open the church this week! We will begin the re-opening by holding our study of The Pilgrim's Progress in Fellowship Hall on Wednesday, starting at 6:00 PM. We will have a Zoom meeting set up for attendees who are not feeling well, or who are not able or ready to attend in person. We will resume worshiping in person next week Sunday, May 24 at 10:00 AM. Sunday School will be resumed at a later date. (Note: we will be live-streaming the service and will...
Pilgrim’s Progress Study

Pilgrim’s Progress Study

There's still time to sign up! You must register for this study in order to receive the Zoom information before Wednesday. Please register using this link, and you will be sent the Zoom instructions. The information about the version of the text to obtain can be found in Pastor John's newsletter. We look forward to seeing everyone for this study!
May Newsletter – A Resurrection Sunday Postscript.

May Newsletter – A Resurrection Sunday Postscript.

Revelation 14:12 ESV Here is a call for the endurance of the saints, those who keep the commandments of God and their faith in Jesus. I find it hard to believe Easter has come and gone! We need to remember its victorious and power inducing message in what is presently impacting the world. As we continue following our “Safer at Home” directive, the sturm und drang of our situation blows powerfully, even deafeningly, around us. Truthfully, it is hard to hear anything else. Yet even in the intensity of what has gripped us, our gracious and loving God remains in...