I hope you all have your thinking cap on and your Bible handy. I am truly hoping that these Quizzes will get back to being as popular as they once were. The version used was the New Living Translation, show it will probably read a bit different than the KJV, or other popular versions. Next week, I will try and take the time to research and type each question and answers according to the NIV or KJV. If you like, leave me a comment as to which version you prefer, and I will try to accommodate the majority.
1. When Jesus sent out his disciples, what group did he tell them to go to?
c. The lost sheep of Israel
d. All of the above
2. When Jesus sent out his disciples, how much money were they suppose to take with them? (Matthew 10:9-10)
b. Two shekels for bread and the temple tax
c. Enough for one week of food and lodging
d. Five talents
3. Which of the following did Jesus NOT say? (Matthew 10:35, Matthew 10:34, Matthew 10:39)
a. Don't imagine that I came to bring peace to the earth! No, I came to bring a sword.
b. I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother.
c. If you cling to your life you will lose it, but if you give it up for me you will find it.
d. All things are possible for you if you have clean hands and a pure heart.
4. Why did Jesus denounce the city of Capernaum? (Matthew 11:19-21)
a. Even though he performed miracles there, they did not repent.
b. They had allowed Roman soldiers to corrupt their city.
c. The Pharisees of that city were trying to kill him.
d. No good Thai Restaurants.
5. Where do the wide gate and broad road lead? (Matthew 7:14)
a. To pleasure
b. To destruction
c. To Jericho
d. To more wide gates and broad roads
6. Where do the small gate and narrow road lead (Matt. 7:14)?
a. To life
b. To the way of peace
c. To Jerusalem
d. To a toll booth
7. How will you recognize false prophets? (Matthew 7:20)
a. They speak offensive words.
b. They carry an angry look
c. By their "fruit," the way they act
d. Name tags.
8. Who said it? Just say the word from where you are, and my servant will be healed! I know, because I am under the authority of my superior officers and I have authority over my soldiers". (Matt. 8:8-9)
a. A Roman officer in Capernaum
c. The synagogue ruler, Jairus
d. Simon Peter
9. Who touched the fringe of Jesus' robe, hoping for healings? (Luke 8:44)
a. A Pharisee who was embarrassed to be seen with Jesus.
b. A woman who had suffered with constant bleeding for 12 years
d. Peter's mother-in-law
10. Where was Jesus going at the time his robe was touched? (Luke 8:40)
a. To the temple to teach the scribes
b. To heal the daughter of a synagogue leader
c. To chase the money changers from the temple
d. To the dry cleaners
How did you do? I will post the answers tomorrow. Good luck!
Good Night to All and May God Bless!