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Books of the New Testament

Across
Urges the reader to contend for the faith once delivered
Describes how the god of this world (Satan) has blinded the minds of people to the truth of God
States that sin is the transgression of the law
Urges the reader to abstain from fleshly lusts that war against the soul
Expresses the desire that the reader prosper and be in health as the soul prospers
Instructs us to think on things that are true, pure, lovely, and of good report
States that the wages of sin is death
This book is about the activities of Peter and Paul and was addressed to Theophilus
Shows how if a man will not work, he should not eat
This gospel was written by a physician
This gospel was written by a former tax collector
Describes the characteristics of the fruit of the spirit
Epistle to a congregation that was struggling with the heresy of Gnosticism
Is about a runaway slave
Down
This gospel quotes Christ as saying that no man has gone to heaven
Shows that love is the answer to the many problems this congregation had
Describes how Christ will return with a shout and the trump of God and the dead in Christ will rise before the living in Christ are changed
Instructs not to receive one who does not bring the doctrine of Christ into one's home or to bid such a person godspeed
Discusses how people can profess to know God but in works deny him
Shows how Christ now serves as high priest
Instructs us to add to our faith virtue
Instructs the reader to drink not only water but a little wine to help the stomach and other infirmities
This gospel was greatly influenced by Peter
This book shows how Christ will return as king of kinds and lord of lords to take over all the governments of this world
Shows how faith without words is dead
Instructs us to take on the whole armor of God
Describes how in the last days perilous times will come and men will be lovers of themselves and love pleasure more than God