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  1. The apostle Paul told the Galatian brethren how they should treat “a man overtaken in a fault.” What was his advice?
  2. The apostle Paul commanded the brethren in Thessalonica “in Jesus’ name” how they should deal with “every brother that walketh disorderly”. He told them exactly what he meant by “disorderly”. What did he mean, and what was his directive?
  3. How did the apostle Paul indicate a brother who did not “obey” his second letter to the Thessalonians should be treated?
  4. What was the church in Rome told to do with a member who was “weak in the faith”?
  5. The apostle Peter told his readers not to “bring a railing accusation” against certain brethren. Which brethren were they, and what reason did he give for not doing this?
  6. How did the Lord Jesus deal with a proven case of adultery? How did he expect church leaders to deal with it?
  7. How was a case of fornication and false teaching in the church of Thyatira dealt with?
  8. What advice did Jude give about how to deal with those in the church who “defile the flesh and speak evil of dignitaries?”
  9. In a church to which John the evangelist wrote, there was a prominent brother who was malicious. What did he advise?
  10. What procedure was Timothy told to adopt when a church elder is accused of wrongdoing?

Don’t just guess! Check your Bible carefully: Galatians 6:1; 2 Thessalonians 3:6 to 11; 2 Thessalonians 3:14,15; Romans 14:1; 2 Peter 2:11,1,2; John 8:1 to 11; Revelation 2: 18 to 26; Jude 8,9; 3 John 9-11; I Timothy 5:19 to 21.

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