Friday, October 21, 2016

Answer 1: More than half.

Answer 2: 80 out of 200.

Answer 3: One in three.

Answer 4: One quarter.

Answer 1: Darkness.

Answer 2: Fog.

Answer 3: A rocky road.

Answer 4: A twisting serpent.

Answer 1: People have different gifts, but they are all important.

Answer 2: We only get them if we pray hard.

Answer 3: Only men get them.

Answer 4: They will be lost if you sin.

Answer 1: Paul.

Answer 2: Nobody is sure.

Answer 3: John.

Answer 4: St. John of Patmos.

Answer 1: Love.

Answer 2: Forgiveness.

Answer 3: Faith.

Answer 4: Hope.

Answer 1: God the Father told him what to say.

Answer 2: The Holy Spirit told him what to say.

Answer 3: He received teachings when he prayed.

Answer 4: He was really smart.

Answer 1: To save the world.

Answer 2: To judge the world.

Answer 3: To tell people how they should act.

Answer 4: To help sell toys and gifts in midwinter.

Answer 1: Matthew.

Answer 2: Mark.

Answer 3: John.

Answer 4: Jude.

Answer 1: Who I am.

Answer 2: The God who will lead you out of Egypt.

Answer 3: Jehovah (YHWH).

Answer 4: The God of Abraham and Isaac.

Answer 1: Signs.

Answer 2: Miracles.

Answer 3: A savior.

Answer 4: Laws.

Answer 1: An instrument of His peace.

Answer 2: A living example of Christs love.

Answer 3: A lamp upon a hill.

Answer 4: More concerned to love than to be loved.

Answer 1: Soren Kierkegaard.

Answer 2: Saint Augustine.

Answer 3: Mother Theresa.

Answer 4: Jimmy Carter.

Answer 1: Forty years.

Answer 2: Forty days and forty nights.

Answer 3: Thirteen months.

Answer 4:

Answer 1: Joseph was Jesus's earthly father.

Answer 2: Jesus didn't have an earthly father.

Answer 3: Jesus's earthly father was John the Baptist.

Answer 4: Darth Vader.

Answer 1: The Areopagus.

Answer 2: The Acropolis.

Answer 3: The Parthenon.

Answer 4: The Temple of Artemis.

Answer 1: He was sold into slavery.

Answer 2: His right hand was cut off.

Answer 3: He was put in prison.

Answer 4: His head was shaved and he was cast out of the tribe.

Answer 1: Hebrews.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Revelation.

Answer 4: 2 John.

Answer 1: Nigeria.

Answer 2: United Kingdom.

Answer 3: United States.

Answer 4: Russia.

Answer 1: Jesus Himself.

Answer 2: Paul.

Answer 3: Peter.

Answer 4: John.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Jesus.

Answer 3: David (or another psalmist).

Answer 4: Peter.

Answer 1: Ahaz.

Answer 2: Jehosephat.

Answer 3: Obed.

Answer 4: Pekah.

Answer 1: Named after a god.

Answer 2: Enraptured in worship.

Answer 3: Believing in more religious influence over government or society.

Answer 4: Afraid of a god.

Answer 1: Micah.

Answer 2: Ezekiel.

Answer 3: Elias.

Answer 4: Isaiah.

Answer 1: Ephrathah.

Answer 2: ben Judah.

Answer 3: B'nei Yisrael.

Answer 4: Manasseh.

Answer 1: That salvation would be given to all nations.

Answer 2: That salvation would be by faith and not by works.

Answer 3: That love was the essence of Godly life.

Answer 4: That worshippers would celebrate the Messiah by symbolically drinking His blood.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Micah.

Answer 3: Jeremiah.

Answer 4: Matthew.

Answer 1: Istanbul, Turkey.

Answer 2: Damascus, Syria.

Answer 3: Jerusalem.

Answer 4: Athens, Greece.

Answer 1: Five.

Answer 2: Six.

Answer 3: Two.

Answer 4: Twelve.

Answer 1: The wise and foolish virgins.

Answer 2: The sower of seeds.

Answer 3: The two debtors.

Answer 4: The unjust steward.

Answer 1: Day of wrath.

Answer 2: God is ours.

Answer 3: Tenth plague.

Answer 4: Second coming.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Jeremiah.

Answer 3: Obed.

Answer 4: Ezekiel.

Answer 1: White.

Answer 2: Purple.

Answer 3: Red.

Answer 4: Blue.

Answer 1: It is small compared to the joy we will receive in heaven.

Answer 2: Christ suffered more than any of us.

Answer 3: We can overcome all suffering through prayer and faith.

Answer 4: People suffer no matter whether they are Christians or not.

Answer 1: Turkey.

Answer 2: Germany.

Answer 3: Poland.

Answer 4: Russia.

Answer 1: Untie the laces of Jesus' sandals.

Answer 2: Wash Jesus' feet.

Answer 3: Eat supper with Jesus.

Answer 4: Speak the name of Jesus.

Answer 1: John the Baptist.

Answer 2: Jesus.

Answer 3: Peter.

Answer 4: Joseph.

Answer 1: Leviathan.

Answer 2: A demon.

Answer 3: A black angel.

Answer 4: Moloch.

Answer 1: Psalms.

Answer 2: Proverbs.

Answer 3: Luke.

Answer 4: Philippians.

Answer 1: Jesus.

Answer 2: King David.

Answer 3: Solomon.

Answer 4: Moses.

Isaiah 32:1-8

Answer 1: An angel told them to.

Answer 2: John was the name of Zechariah's father.

Answer 3: John was the name of Elizabeth's father.

Answer 4: John means "God is gracious" and Elizabeth was quite old.

Answer 1: Drink wine.

Answer 2: Cut his beard.

Answer 3: Eat beef.

Answer 4: Visit Jerusalem.

Answer 1: Michael.

Answer 2: Gabriel.

Answer 3: Raphael.

Answer 4: There is none.

Answer 1: A minor Hebrew prophet, who has a book in the Bible named for him.

Answer 2: The father of Abraham.

Answer 3: One of the sons of King David.

Answer 4: The father of Jesus.

Answer 1: Ephrathah.

Answer 2: Bethel.

Answer 3: Hebron.

Answer 4: Nazareth.

Answer 1: 700 B.C.

Answer 2: 1500 B.C.

Answer 3: 100 B.C.

Answer 4: 100 A.D.

Answer 1: The Annunciation.

Answer 2: Pentecost.

Answer 3: The Visitation.

Answer 4: The Message of Gabriel.

Answer 1: Elizabeth.

Answer 2: Martha.

Answer 3: Zechariah.

Answer 4: Sarah.

Answer 1: Ave Maria.

Answer 2: Pie Jesu.

Answer 3: The Lord's Prayer.

Answer 4: The Magnificat.

Answer 1: Glorify.

Answer 2: Increase in size.

Answer 3: Make something seem bigger than it is.

Answer 4: Raise up from a lowly state.

Answer 1: A canticle.

Answer 2: A psalm.

Answer 3: A hymn.

Answer 4: A meditation.

Answer 1: Zechariah.

Answer 2: Jesus.

Answer 3: Joseph.

Answer 4: John.

Answer 1: He regained his power of speech.

Answer 2: A glowing aura surrounded his head.

Answer 3: He fainted as if stricken.

Answer 4: A white dove descended upon him.

Answer 1: Zechariah.

Answer 2: David.

Answer 3: Solomon.

Answer 4: Mary.

Answer 1: John the Baptist.

Answer 2: Samson.

Answer 3: Elijah.

Answer 4: Elisha.

Answer 1: Christ.

Answer 2: The Ten Commandments.

Answer 3: The voice of God.

Answer 4: John the Baptist.

Answer 1: God with us.

Answer 2: Saviour.

Answer 3: Holy one.

Answer 4: Holy child.

Answer 1: Caesar Augustus.

Answer 2: Tiberius.

Answer 3: Julius Caesar.

Answer 4: Nero.

Answer 1: There was no room for them in the inn.

Answer 2: They were too poor to afford a room.

Answer 3: Mary liked the smell.

Answer 4: She went into labor before they could move her.

Answer 1: They were afraid.

Answer 2: They were filled with joy.

Answer 3: They were confused.

Answer 4: They vowed to stop drinking so much wine.

Answer 1: Nunc Dimittis.

Answer 2: Magnificat.

Answer 3: Ave Maria.

Answer 4: Benedictus.

Answer 1: Simeon.

Answer 2: Balthazar.

Answer 3: Gabriel.

Answer 4: Joseph of Arimathea.

Answer 1: Iran.

Answer 2: India.

Answer 3: Afghanistan.

Answer 4: Syria.

Answer 1: They were warned in a dream.

Answer 2: The angel Gabriel appeared to them and told them to go straight home.

Answer 3: The star began to move west and they followed it.

Answer 4: They knew that Herod had a habit of executing foreigners.

Answer 1: Egypt.

Answer 2: Nazareth.

Answer 3: Syria.

Answer 4: Argentina.

Answer 1: Galilee.

Answer 2: Judea.

Answer 3: Israel.

Answer 4: Judah.

Answer 1: Herod Antipas.

Answer 2: Herod Archelaus.

Answer 3: Herod the Great.

Answer 4: Herodias.

Answer 1: 99.

Answer 2: 40.

Answer 3: 84.

Answer 4: 70.

Answer 1: The ant.

Answer 2: A righteous woman.

Answer 3: The wise virgin.

Answer 4: The sparrow.

Answer 1: Nicodemus.

Answer 2: Simeon.

Answer 3: John the Baptist.

Answer 4: Thaddeus.

Answer 1: 14.

Answer 2: 10.

Answer 3: 6.

Answer 4: 5.

Answer 1: Abraham.

Answer 2: Moses.

Answer 3: Jesse.

Answer 4: David.

Answer 1: Phanuel.

Answer 2: Emmaus.

Answer 3: Simeon.

Answer 4: Stephen.

Answer 1: Anna.

Answer 2: Mary Magdelene.

Answer 3: Judith.

Answer 4: Lydia.

Answer 1: Two pigeons or doves.

Answer 2: There was none, because Joseph had fled with Jesus to Egypt.

Answer 3: There was none, because and angel told Joseph that a ritual performed by Sadducee priests on Jesus would be heresy.

Answer 4: A lamb (or young goat).

Answer 1: Feast of Passover.

Answer 2: Yom Kippur.

Answer 3: A wedding in Cana.

Answer 4: Feast of the Tabernacles.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Romans.

Answer 4: Guinness Book of World Records.

Answer 1: None of these.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Romans.

Answer 4: John.

Answer 1: The Magi worshiping the infant Jesus.

Answer 2: Mary learning that she will give birth to Jesus.

Answer 3: The coming of the Holy Spirit to the apostles.

Answer 4: Jesus turning water into wine (the wedding at Cana).

Answer 1: Egypt.

Answer 2: Judea.

Answer 3: Syria.

Answer 4: Babylonia.

Answer 1: Naucratis.

Answer 2: Heliopolis.

Answer 3: Pithom.

Answer 4: Raamses.

Answer 1: By the Rivers of Babylon.

Answer 2: You Lift Me Up.

Answer 3: Why Me, Lord?

Answer 4: If I Had My Way.

Answer 1: They were afraid of their military potential.

Answer 2: They conquered them in battle.

Answer 3: They disliked Jewish monotheism.

Answer 4: The Hebrews were weakened by famine.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Ezekiel.

Answer 3: 2 Corinthians.

Answer 4: Luke.

Answer 1: Isaiah describes a Messiah very different from what the Jews were expecting.

Answer 2: Moses should have been slain as an infant.

Answer 3: David thought he was going to be sent out as a warrior.

Answer 4: It was said to Zecheriah by an angel.

Answer 1: Midwives.

Answer 2: Soldiers.

Answer 3: Dyers of purple.

Answer 4: Wives of a king.

Answer 1: They told Pharaoh that the Hebrew women were so vigorous the baby would be born before they could get there.

Answer 2: They hid the babies in baskets.

Answer 3: They told Pharaoh that the Hebrews no longer trusted them and would not let them in the house during a birth.

Answer 4: They gave the babies to Egyptian families.

Answer 1: Levi.

Answer 2: Benjamin.

Answer 3: Judah.

Answer 4: Dan.

Answer 1: Pharaoh's daughter.

Answer 2: Miriam.

Answer 3: Ruth.

Answer 4: Pharaoh's sister.

Answer 1: Drawn from the water.

Answer 2: Savior of his people.

Answer 3: Giver of laws.

Answer 4: Child of the basket.

Answer 1: Jethro.

Answer 2: Moab.

Answer 3: Shiphrah.

Answer 4: Naphthali.

Answer 1: Midianites.

Answer 2: Ishmaelites.

Answer 3: Moabites.

Answer 4: Ammonites.

Answer 1: He fought off a band of shepherds from a well.

Answer 2: The Pharaoh gave her to him.

Answer 3: His mother arranged the marriage.

Answer 4: He bought her from her father for two goats and two sheep.

Answer 1: In every nation, anyone who fears Him and does what is right.

Answer 2: Israel.

Answer 3: Rome.

Answer 4: The United States.

Answer 1: Nobody is certain.

Answer 2: Rameses I.

Answer 3: Rameses II.

Answer 4: Thutmose III.

Answer 1: Philippians.

Answer 2: 1 Corinthians.

Answer 3: Romans.

Answer 4: Galatians.

Answer 1: As a burning bush.

Answer 2: As a pillar of fire.

Answer 3: As a pillar of smoke.

Answer 4: As an angel in the form of a man.

Answer 1: Ephesians.

Answer 2: Revelation.

Answer 3: Luke.

Answer 4: 2 Timothy.

Answer 1: Girgashites.

Answer 2: Hittites.

Answer 3: Hivites.

Answer 4: Perizzites.

Answer 1: Existing in the knowable world.

Answer 2: About to happen.

Answer 3: Distinguished or outstanding.

Answer 4: Beyond human grasp.

Answer 1: I am.

Answer 2: Yahweh (Jehovah).

Answer 3: God the Father.

Answer 4: The one true and only God.