Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Answer 1: Jacob.

Answer 2: Nebuchednezzer.

Answer 3: Daniel.

Answer 4: David.

Answer 1: A stone.

Answer 2: A camel flank.

Answer 3: His robe.

Answer 4: A hank of wool.

Answer 1: God.

Answer 2: Laban.

Answer 3: Esau.

Answer 4: Rebekah.

Answer 1: Paddan-aram.

Answer 2: Ur.

Answer 3: Chaldea.

Answer 4: Aramea.

Answer 1: She was his first cousin.

Answer 2: She was a Hittite.

Answer 3: She would not lie with him until they had been married for a year.

Answer 4: He thought he was marrying her sister.

Answer 1: Abraham.

Answer 2: Isaac.

Answer 3: Esau.

Answer 4: Jacob.

Answer 1: Place of the Skull.

Answer 2: Hill of Sorrow.

Answer 3: Hill of the Condemned.

Answer 4: Place of Crosses.

Answer 1: He said I am the King of the Jews.

Answer 2: King of the Jews.

Answer 3: Jesus Heretic.

Answer 4: Nothing Good from Nazareth.

Answer 1: Pontus Pilate.

Answer 2: Augustus Caesar.

Answer 3: Tiberius.

Answer 4: Annanais.

Answer 1: They gambled to see who would take it.

Answer 2: They tore it into four parts.

Answer 3: They allowed him to wear it while he died.

Answer 4: They gave it to his mother.

Answer 1: Psalms.

Answer 2: Isaiah.

Answer 3: Ezekiel.

Answer 4: Jeremiah.

Answer 1: Four.

Answer 2: Three.

Answer 3: Seven.

Answer 4: Five.

Answer 1: Vinegar (with hyssop)

Answer 2: Water from a well.

Answer 3: Old wine.

Answer 4: New wine.

Answer 1: It is finished.

Answer 2: I thirst.

Answer 3: My father, why have you forsaken me.

Answer 4: Today you will be with me in paradise.

Answer 1: So that he would die before sundown.

Answer 2: So that he would suffer more.

Answer 3: Because he had walked all over Judea preaching.

Answer 4: To make Him confess that he was not the Son of God.

Answer 1: Blood and water gushed out.

Answer 2: A slow flow of blood started.

Answer 3: Jesus died.

Answer 4: The spear came out clean.

Answer 1: A spear.

Answer 2: A sword.

Answer 3: An arrow.

Answer 4: A tomahawk.

Answer 1: Aramaic.

Answer 2: Hebrew.

Answer 3: Latin.

Answer 4: Greek.

Answer 1: Mary Magdalene, Simon Peter, and another disciple whom Jesus loved.

Answer 2: Mary (his mother) and Mary Magdelene.

Answer 3: Joseph of Arimathea.

Answer 4: A group of women including Joanna.

Answer 1: Mary Magdalene

Answer 2: Two men on the road to Emmaus.

Answer 3: Simon Peter.

Answer 4: Andrew.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Peter.

Answer 4: Paul.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Peter.

Answer 3: Paul.

Answer 4: Andrew.

Answer 1: He was not jealous of Jesus.

Answer 2: Because Jesus began to baptize and the crowds left John and went to Jesus to be baptized.

Answer 3: Because Jesus began to works miracles.

Answer 4: Because the Holy Spirit, in the form of a dove, descended upon Jesus but not upon John.

Answer 1: John the Baptist.

Answer 2: Peter.

Answer 3: Joseph.

Answer 4: David.

Answer 1: John the Baptist.

Answer 2: Peter.

Answer 3: Joseph.

Answer 4: Nobody, Jesus did not need to be baptized.

Answer 1: 1 Corinthians,

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Revelation.

Answer 4: Shakespeare.

Answer 1: The dead will be raised.

Answer 2: Christ will return to us.

Answer 3: The angels will sing.

Answer 4: The harp and lyre will extol the glory of God.

Answer 1: Paul traveled more to start new churches, while Peter tended to stay in one place longer.

Answer 2: Peter was a better and more prolific writer.

Answer 3: The early ministry of Paul was primarily in Jerusalem and Judea.

Answer 4: Paul was crucified upside down, while we are not completely sure how Paul died.

Answer 1: Paul.

Answer 2: James.

Answer 3: John.

Answer 4: David.

Answer 1: The whole world is his church.

Answer 2: He will be called the son of God.

Answer 3: He will know peace.

Answer 4: Nobody will be able to hear him.

Answer 1: You.

Answer 2: Christ.

Answer 3: Future generations.

Answer 4: Each other.

Answer 1: Exiles in Turkey.

Answer 2: The church in Antioch.

Answer 3: The Christians of Rome.

Answer 4: The Council of Jerusalem.

Answer 1: The blood of Christ.

Answer 2: Silver.

Answer 3: Gold.

Answer 4: Prayer.

Answer 1: That Christ existed when the world was created.

Answer 2: That Christ died for our sins.

Answer 3: That Christ was comparable to a lamb.

Answer 4: That Christ was a shepherd and we are His sheep.

Answer 1: Rock or stone.

Answer 2: Whale.

Answer 3: Hill.

Answer 4: Shoe or sandal.

Answer 1: By believing that Jesus is our savior.

Answer 2: By living lives free of malice and envy.

Answer 3: By praying without ceasing.

Answer 4: We do not know, because those who are chosen are known only to God.

Answer 1: By obedience to the truth.

Answer 2: Through prayer and supplication.

Answer 3: By our actions in our daily lives.

Answer 4: By celebrating holy communion with others.

Answer 1: By saying that we are born originally from perishable seed, but are reborn from imperishable seed.

Answer 2: By saying that grass dies at the end of the summer, but comes again in the spring.

Answer 3: By saying that grass dries up and is blown away by the wind.

Answer 4: By saying that when we are mown, the good grass is kept, but the weeds are burned in a fire.

Answer 1: Peter.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Luke.

Answer 4: Andrew.

Answer 1: To newborn babies longing for milk.

Answer 2: To travelers in the desert who seek water, lest they die.

Answer 3: To people who are drowning and grasp a rope.

Answer 4: To the injured man in the parable of the Good Samaritan.

Answer 1: All malice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envy and all slander.

Answer 2: Childish things.

Answer 3: Our old clothes.

Answer 4: The lust of Adam.

Answer 1: Christians.

Answer 2: The hem of their own robes.

Answer 3: Logs across the path of righteousness.

Answer 4: The smallest pebble.

Answer 1: It becomes the cornerstone (of a greater building).

Answer 2: It becomes a headstone to mark their graves.

Answer 3: It becomes a millstone that will grind grain to the finest particles.

Answer 4: It paves the road to salvation.

Answer 1: Peter.

Answer 2: John.

Answer 3: Paul.

Answer 4: Jude.

Answer 1: Peter.

Answer 2: Paul.

Answer 3: John.

Answer 4: David.

Answer 1: All of these.

Answer 2: A chosen race.

Answer 3: A royal priesthood.

Answer 4: A holy nation.

Answer 1: Mother Theresa.

Answer 2: St. Augustine.

Answer 3: Paul.

Answer 4: Billy Graham.

Answer 1: Passions of the flesh.

Answer 2: Satan.

Answer 3: The darkness that cannot see the Light.

Answer 4: The hardness of our hearts.

Answer 1: By keeping our conduct honorable.

Answer 2: By preaching in gentle words.

Answer 3: By reviling those who speak evil.

Answer 4: By prayer and humility.

Answer 1: Be subject to the civil authorities.

Answer 2: Strive to improve the government to reflect the teachings of the Bible.

Answer 3: Secretly disobey laws that are not correct.

Answer 4: We have a duty to rebel against evil authorities.

Answer 1: Four.

Answer 2: Two.

Answer 3: One.

Answer 4: Three.

Answer 1: Acts of the Apostles.

Answer 2: Revelation.

Answer 3: Romans.

Answer 4: Hebrews.

Answer 1: Be subject to him, with respect.

Answer 2: Quietly find a new master.

Answer 3: Ask him to treat us better.

Answer 4: Fight for our rights.

Answer 1: Be subject to her him.

Answer 2: Read aloud from the Bible.

Answer 3: Leave him but do not remarry, unless he takes another wife.

Answer 4: Take him before the elders of her church, so that they might instruct him.

Answer 1: With the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit.

Answer 2: With a single ring of gold.

Answer 3: With clean clothing and simple jewelry.

Answer 4: With a ring in their naval and a tattoo on their lower back.

Answer 1: To honor them and treat them with understanding.

Answer 2: To defer to them in matters concerning the household.

Answer 3: To punish them when they are disobedient.

Answer 4: To assert their authority as head of the family.

Answer 1: So that they will not be hindered in their prayers.

Answer 2: So that their children may know peace in their family.

Answer 3: So that she will not run away.

Answer 4: Happy wife, happy life.

Answer 1: Make a defense with gentleness and respect.

Answer 2: Remain silent to show our humility.

Answer 3: Turn our back and walk away.

Answer 4: Respond with the fierce righteousness of the sword of God.

Answer 1: It will put them to shame.

Answer 2: It might lead to physical violence.

Answer 3: It is useless because they will not listen.

Answer 4: Christ has the power to fight His own battles.

Answer 1: Bless those who do us evil, for we will be blessed.

Answer 2: Turn the other cheek.

Answer 3: Gently reprimand the person who does us evil, so that he might see his sin.

Answer 4: Pray for the one who does us evil, for he may yet be called to Christ.

Answer 1: We are called.

Answer 2: We hear the good news.

Answer 3: We are born again.

Answer 4: We receive the Holy Spirit in baptism.

Answer 1: He was crucified upside down.

Answer 2: He died instantly when he was hung on a cross.

Answer 3: His eyes did not close when he died.

Answer 4: His nose fell off.

Answer 1: From whence cometh my help.

Answer 2: For therein dwelleth the Lord.

Answer 3: Yea, I will raise mine eyes up unto the mountains.

Answer 4: There will I seek for the word of the Lord.

Answer 1: Noah and the flood.

Answer 2: Drowning.

Answer 3: Eating a bowl of soup.

Answer 4: Being burnt to ashes.

Answer 1: Spirits in prison.

Answer 2: Draft animals which only look down.

Answer 3: A man who stumbles along looking only at his feet.

Answer 4: A reveller who passes out from drinking too much wine.

Answer 1: 8

Answer 2: 2

Answer 3: 4

Answer 4: 5

Answer 1: Peter

Answer 2: Paul.

Answer 3: Billy Graham.

Answer 4: Saint Francis of Assissi.

Answer 1: When Christians will not join them in drunken orgies.

Answer 2: Persons being dunked in a river fully clothed.

Answer 3: Christians who will not respond to an insult with an insult.

Answer 4: People who remain celibate.

Answer 1: 1 Peter.

Answer 2: Revelation.

Answer 3: Ezekiel.

Answer 4: Ecclesiastes.

Answer 1: By example.

Answer 2: By correcting the conduct of those under them.

Answer 3: By instructing others in how God wants them to live.

Answer 4: By studying the Bible and teaching it.

Answer 1: with humility towards one another.

Answer 2: with their best garments for worship.

Answer 3: with modesty, by wearing plain garments.

Answer 4: inexpensively, so that their money can go to more important things.

Answer 1: Being put to death by Romans.

Answer 2: The Day of Judgment.

Answer 3: The need to resist sexual temptation.

Answer 4: The pride that some church members were beginning to show.

Answer 1: If we love each other sincerely, we will avoid committing many sins.

Answer 2: If we act lovingly, others will not be able to see our anger and pride.

Answer 3: Sins such as lust and pride can be committed in the name of love.

Answer 4: We use love as an excuse for sin sometimes.

Answer 1: To serve one another as stewards of Gods grace.

Answer 2: To make our own way in the world while serving Christ.

Answer 3: We should pile our gifts on the altar of God as a sacrifice.

Answer 4: We should return our gifts to the world in our everyday life.

Answer 1: Crimes (such as theft).

Answer 2: Their beliefs.

Answer 3: The princes of this world.

Answer 4: Vanity and pride.

Answer 1: At the household of God.

Answer 2: In the City of Rome.

Answer 3: In the City of Jerusalem.

Answer 4: In the dens of iniquity.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Ezekiel.

Answer 3: Moses.

Answer 4: Nicholas.

Answer 1: The Pentateuch.

Answer 2: The Torah.

Answer 3: Genesis.

Answer 4: The Old Testament.

Answer 1: Elizabeth.

Answer 2: Rachael.

Answer 3: Mary Magdalene.

Answer 4: Betty.

Answer 1: Pentecost.

Answer 2: Easter.

Answer 3: Christmas.

Answer 4: Halloween.

Answer 1: That they were drunk.

Answer 2: That they were insane.

Answer 3: That perhaps Christ had really been the Son of God.

Answer 4: That they were possessed by demons.

Answer 1: Anxiety.

Answer 2: Disease.

Answer 3: Homelessness.

Answer 4: War.

Answer 1: A roaring lion.

Answer 2: A shadow in the night.

Answer 3: A snake hidden in the grass.

Answer 4: A clever salesman.

Answer 1: Silvanus.

Answer 2: John Mark.

Answer 3: Mark John.

Answer 4: Sylvan.

Answer 1: The church in Rome.

Answer 2: Prisca (Priscilla).

Answer 3: The wife of Nero.

Answer 4: The Sanhedrin.

Answer 1: Iraq.

Answer 2: Israel.

Answer 3: Turkey.

Answer 4: Nevada.

Answer 1: Suffering for Christ.

Answer 2: Spreading the Gospel to distant nations.

Answer 3: Reconciling Jewish Christian and Gentile Christians.

Answer 4: The glory to come.

Answer 1: 5

Answer 2: 4

Answer 3: 1

Answer 4: 2

Answer 1: Peter.

Answer 2: Andrew.

Answer 3: Matthias.

Answer 4: Mary.

Answer 1: A heresy (false teaching) that Jesus had not been flesh and blood had arisen.

Answer 2: Rome had intensified its persecution of Christians.

Answer 3: The church in Jerusalem and the church in Rome were splitting apart.

Answer 4: Churches in Anatolia had begun to deny the concept of the Trinity.

Answer 1: 3

Answer 2: 4

Answer 3: 1

Answer 4: 2

Answer 1: Ephesus.

Answer 2: Rome.

Answer 3: Jerusalem.

Answer 4: Antioch.

Answer 1: Himself.

Answer 2: Peter.

Answer 3: Paul.

Answer 4: Mark.

Answer 1: By sharing what his knows with others.

Answer 2: By knowing that his sins will be forgiven through the grace of Christ.

Answer 3: By knowing that he no longer needs to fear death.

Answer 4: By having seen Peter become the bishop of Rome.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Mark.

Answer 4: Thomas.

Answer 1: We make a liar out of Jesus.

Answer 2: We need to pray until we find out our sin.

Answer 3: We should go to a church elder and tell him.

Answer 4: We must make sure we have not sinned before we go to the altar.

Answer 1: We will always sin but Christ will forgive us.

Answer 2: We must pray and reform until we can live without sinning.

Answer 3: We need to ask for forgiveness only if we can remember something we did wrong.

Answer 4: We should expect to live without sinning, like Peter and Paul did.

Answer 1: An appeasement or conciliation.

Answer 2: A sacrifice.

Answer 3: An act done in contrition.

Answer 4: A washing or purification.

Answer 1: He will argue to God the Father that we should be forgiven for our sins.

Answer 2: He will teach us how to live so that we might have eternal life.

Answer 3: He will be our friend and defend us from those who persecute us.

Answer 4: He will have a Comforter (Holy Spirit) sent to us, so that we do not have to go it alone.

Answer 1: Hates his brother.

Answer 2: Believes Christ was not flesh and blood.

Answer 3: Fails to love God with all his heart.

Answer 4: Engages in debauchery as do the Gentiles.