Answer These Morality Questions and We’ll Guess How God Is Testing You

 

This existence is filled with trials and tribulations because of our sin. Numerous individuals believe that God tests us through hardship to determine whether or not we will remain loyal to Him; but, as we have shown, this is not the case. Consider the definition of a “test.” Tests, in our opinion, may be defined as challenges designed to evaluate your learning, progress, and development over a certain period. Experience, according to some, may be the most effective instructor of any subject. What makes you think this isn’t the case. In other words, experience provides the exam question first and the answer second, if at all.

Consider your favorite instructor from back in the day. What percentage of the time would you say he or she was teaching just for their benefit? The likelihood is quite high that this will happen. Is there an exam for such a great teacher? Absolutely. Good teachers, on the other hand, only provide tests after they have provided sufficient training. What kind of exam would a competent teacher offer to his or her students if they were unable to pass it, or even earn a perfect score on it, if they had mastered the material? No. When a good instructor administers exams, what is the motivation behind the process? His pupils’ development, maturation, and learning are, without a doubt, the most important things.

 

What do you do if you have a terrible teacher who has been beaten up in the hallways for a long period of time? Is he a test-taker in any way? And they’re unannounced exams covering subject he has never taught before, and they have to be taken while getting wisdom teeth extracted without the use of anesthesia. His motivation has yet to be revealed. Naturally, it is intended to harm the kids in any way possible. Even the phrase “steal, murder, and destroy” might be used here (John 10:10a).

 

In the spiritual fight, both the one true Deity, the Father of Jesus Christ, and the false god of this age, Satan, put us through our paces to see whether we are ready. [1] In their motivations and the kinds of exams they administer, there is a distinction. Satan puts us to the test by enticing us to violate God’s Word, which ultimately ends up being to our disadvantage. One example of this may be seen in Jesus’ temptations in the desert, which we will discuss more later in this chapter (Luke 4:1ff; Matt. 4:1ff). These temptations were overcome, as were all of the others that Satan hurled at Jesus Christ, and it is because of this that Jesus Christ can now assist us in overcoming our own. What is the best way to go about it. God puts us through tests, and we must voluntarily submit to them. What is God’s method of putting us through the paces? We may just trust Him and “wholeheartedly follow the form of instruction to which we have been entrusted” simply by asking us to do so (Rom. 6:17).

 

In order to properly comprehend these concepts, we must study God’s Word, and we will discover therein that we can only succeed in dealing with Satan’s challenges by first passing the exams God provides. As a result, you can lessen the consequences of the sins of Lucifer and Adam in your own life if you put your faith in and follow God. The following passages demonstrate that even in the Old Testament, God’s instructions were clearly intended to benefit His chosen people.

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  • Question of

    If you really wanted to know what was inside, would you open your partner’s mail?

    • My partner wouldn’t mind.
    • I would never do that!
    • I would ask my partner first.
    • I might open it and reseal it.
  • Question of

    Do you believe that it’s right or wrong to sample the grapes while you shop?

    • It’s stealing!
    • I think it’s simply testing out the merchandise.
    • It’s not right, but other things are worse.
    • I prefer to try the free samples.
  • Question of

    Your best friend’s partner might be cheating, but you’re not sure. Do you say something?

    • It’s not really my business.
    • I would have to say something.
    • I need proof before I say anything.
    • I am more likely to confront the partner.
  • Question of

    There’s a wallet on the sidewalk in front of you. What do you do?

    • I think I’ll leave it alone.
    • There might be a name in it. I have to look.
    • I would check it for cash.
    • If It were mine, I would want someone to turn it in. I’ll do that.
  • Question of

    You notice that one of your coworkers never has lunch. What do you do about it?

    • Maybe they are on a diet.
    • I’m sure I would make an extra.
    • I would ask them out for lunch — my treat.
    • I try to stay out of other people’s problems.
  • Question of

    If you saw someone shoplifting, would you alert security?

    • I would let the cashier know.
    • They might be dangerous. I’ll just leave.
    • I’m totally telling security.
    • Knowing me, I would speak up.
  • Question of

    You’ve found your roommate’s journal. Are you going to read it?

    • I might take a little peek.
    • I am not the type to violate someone’s privacy like that.
    • There are a few things I would like to know.
    • I would put it back in their room and let them know.
  • Question of

    The person behind you in line only has one item. Do you let them go before you?

    • They can wait like everyone else.
    • Sure!
    • If it’s an elderly person, I would let them go first.
    • It depends how many items I have.
  • Question of

    Your friend made dinner for you, but you don’t like it. Do you eat it anyway?

    • I would be honest and say I don’t like it.
    • I’m sure I would eat a few bites and say I’m full.
    • I would scarf it down as quickly as I can.
    • My friend’s dog will eat anything.
  • Question of

    If it meant protecting a loved one, would you break the law?

    • Some laws are meant to be broken.
    • I do my best to avoid breaking laws.
    • I would do anything necessary to protect my loved ones.
    • I might break a small law but nothing major.
  • Question of

    Do you think it’s OK to tell a small lie to protect someone’s feelings?

    • Everyone tells little white lies.
    • I never lie.
    • I would rather avoid the subject than tell a lie.
    • There are worse things you can do than lie to protect someone’s feelings.
  • Question of

    You saw someone take money out of the offering plate. How do you handle it?

    • I think I would talk to my pastor.
    • I would have to confront something like that.
    • Maybe they need it — I’ll keep quiet.
    • I’m sure I would start a collection for them.
  • Question of

    When you go to your sibling’s house, do you help yourself to their refrigerator?

    • Of course I do!
    • I like to ask first.
    • No, but they help themselves to my food.
    • I wouldn’t dream of it.
  • Question of

    If you saw someone being bullied, would you step in?

    • It depends how big the bullies are.
    • I would probably call the police.
    • I know I would say something.
    • No, but I would aid the person after the incident.
  • Question of

    When you are in a relationship, do you believe it’s still OK to flirt?

    • I can’t help myself!
    • My partner would be crushed. I wouldn’t do it.
    • Flirting is harmless.
    • It’s not OK, but it happens.
  • Question of

    Your boss gives you an order and you don’t agree with it. Do you see it out?

    • I would plead my case first.
    • An order is an order.
    • I would refuse.
    • If it’s not terrible, I’ll do it.

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