Jesus Guided The Apostles Into
All Truth Through The Holy Spirit
1. The word of Jesus originated from ________ (John 12:48-50).
2. Jesus ate the feast of ___________ with the apostles before
He went to the cross (Luke 22:13-15; John ch. 13-17).
3. Jesus prayed to the Father for His apostles, saying, "For
I have given unto them the ________ which thou gavest me; and
they have ____________ them ... " (John 17:8). Jesus committed
God's word to the apostles, and sent them into the world to accomplish
God's mission (John 17:18).
4. Jesus told the apostles, saying, "Howbeit when he, the
Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into _______ truth:
for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear,
that shall he speak: and he will show you things to come"
(John 16:12-13). So, He promised to send the Holy Spirit to guide
the apostles into ALL truth.
5. Jesus also told the apostles, "These things have I spoken
unto you, being yet present with you. But the Comforter, which
is the ________ __________, whom the Father will send in my name,
he shall teach you ________ things, and bring ________ things
to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you" (John
6. Jesus commissioned the apostles to proclaim ______'s will to
all men (Mat.28:18-20).
7. The baptized disciples continued steadfastly in the apostles'
____________ (Acts 2:41-42).
8. Paul also was an apostle of _________ ____________ (Rom.1:1).
9. Paul's preaching came from the revelation of _________ __________
10. The writings of the apostle Paul are the commandments of __________
__________ (1 Cor.14:37).
Conclusion: Jesus guided the apostles into all truth through the
agency of the Holy Spirit, and revealed God's word to all men
through their preaching. Therefore, he who receives the apostles'
word receives God; but he who rejects their word rejects God (Luke