Thursday, January 19, 2017

Answer 1: They love the glory of other people more than the glory of God.

Answer 2: They fear for their lives.

Answer 3: Their belief is not sufficient.

Answer 4: They do not pray and meditate on the word of God often enough.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Jeremiah.

Answer 3: Moses.

Answer 4: Amos.

Answer 1: Forgive them anyway.

Answer 2: Teach them about Christ.

Answer 3: Confess our faith to them.

Answer 4: Be gentle with them.

Answer 1: Poverty comes upon them like a prowler.

Answer 2: A stranger comes and passes by them.

Answer 3: They awake to find their treasure has vanished.

Answer 4: Their days flee like sheep before wolves.

"How long will you lie there, O sluggard? When will you arise from your sleep?

A little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to rest,

and poverty will come upon you like a robber, and want like an armed man." (Proverbs 6:9-11)

Answer 1: So that people would know what kind of death he would die.

Answer 2: So that people would believe in him after he was gone.

Answer 3: So that people would not be afraid to confess their belief in him.

Answer 4: So that people would remember him by taking communion.

Answer 1: To save us with forgiveness.

Answer 2: To judge us for our sins.

Answer 3: To make us better people.

Answer 4: To teach us how to act.

Answer 1: Calamity comes upon him suddenly.

Answer 2: He slowly becomes corrupted by his acts.

Answer 3: His words become a poisonous dagger in his own heart.

Answer 4: He will be shunned by those who follow the laws of God.

Answer 1: To take it as it is.

Answer 2: To do what we can to improve it by teaching faith in God.

Answer 3: To become examples of righteousness.

Answer 4: To witness the teachings of Christ so that others may learn and improve.

Answer 1: Acts of the Apostles.

Answer 2: Acts of Thomas.

Answer 3: Acts of Andrew.

Answer 4: Acts of John.

Answer 1: Peter.

Answer 2: John the Baptist.

Answer 3: Moses.

Answer 4: St. John the Divine.

Answer 1: Antioch.

Answer 2: Baptist.

Answer 3: Byzantium.

Answer 4: Orthodox.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Philip.

Answer 3: Peter.

Answer 4: Andrew.

Answer 1: James the Greater.

Answer 2: James the Lesser.

Answer 3: Andrew.

Answer 4: Simon Peter.

Answer 1: Andrew.

Answer 2: Peter.

Answer 3: James.

Answer 4: John.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Mark.

Answer 4: Luke.

Answer 1: The Word.

Answer 2: Heaven.

Answer 3: The universe.

Answer 4: The Law.

Answer 1: Judas Iscariot.

Answer 2: Simon Peter.

Answer 3: Satan.

Answer 4: James the Lesser.

Answer 1: He gave him a piece of bread.

Answer 2: He anointed his head.

Answer 3: He pointed to him.

Answer 4: He kissed him.

Answer 1: Ran out into the night.

Answer 2: Denied it.

Answer 3: Begged Jesus for forgiveness.

Answer 4: Dropped the piece of bread onto the ground.

Answer 1: With a kiss.

Answer 2: By pointing to him.

Answer 3: By giving him a piece of bread.

Answer 4: By giving him a white linen cloth.

Answer 1: Wash the feet of one another.

Answer 2: Hand him over to the Romans.

Answer 3: Eat the bread of life.

Answer 4: Drink from the cup of salvation.

Answer 1: They should love and serve others as he had loved and served them.

Answer 2: That cleanliness is next to godliness.

Answer 3: They should keep each other from sinning.

Answer 4: They should keep themselves above things of the flesh.

This verse has a number of other implications, especially that the disciples should spread the gospel and enable others to be cleansed of their sins.

Answer 1: Peter.

Answer 2: John.

Answer 3: Andrew.

Answer 4: Philip.

Answer 1: To symbolize his love and forgiveness.

Answer 2: Because Peter had a foot disease.

Answer 3: Because Peter had walked ten miles to get bread.

Answer 4: To show that the apostles should keep themselves free from earthly desires.

Answer 1: Ford Madox Brown.

Answer 2: Gabriel Rossetti.

Answer 3: John Millais.

Answer 4: Edward Burne-Jones.

Answer 1: Girded himself with a towel.

Answer 2: Prayed that the Holy Spirit would stay with the apostles.

Answer 3: Broke a piece of bread and gave it to Judas.

Answer 4: Asked Peter how his feet had become covered by dust.

Answer 1: Crucified on a cross shaped like an X.

Answer 2: Crucified upside-down.

Answer 3: Shot with arrows.

Answer 4: Beheaded by a sword.

Answer 1: Patras

Answer 2: Antioch

Answer 3: India

Answer 4: Ravenna

Answer 1: Andrew.

Answer 2: Peter.

Answer 3: Jude.

Answer 4: Matthew

Answer 1: Infant baptism.

Answer 2: Salvation through faith alone.

Answer 3: Scripture as the basis of faith.

Answer 4: Autonomy of local churches.

Answer 1: Holland.

Answer 2: England.

Answer 3: The United States.

Answer 4: France.

Answer 1: To love each other as he loved us.

Answer 2: To worship on Sunday rather than on the Sabbath.

Answer 3: To eat bread and drink wine in rememberance of Him.

Answer 4: To spread his word throughout the world.

Answer 1: Where you cannot follow me now.

Answer 2: To dwell with my Father.

Answer 3: To visit the souls who knew me not.

Answer 4: Where his glory would be revealed.

Answer 1: That Peter would deny him three times before the cock crowed.

Answer 2: That the time for Peter to die had not yet come.

Answer 3: That Peter must live to witness His glory.

Answer 4: That his Fathers house were many mansions.

Answer 1: Little children.

Answer 2: My flock.

Answer 3: You who will find salvation.

Answer 4: My brethren.

Answer 1: On the day before he was arrested.

Answer 2: In the Sermon on the Mount.

Answer 3: Just after he had raised Lazarus from the dead.

Answer 4: When he was feeding the 5,000.

Answer 1: That they had already seen the Father.

Answer 2: That they would see the Father before the week had passed.

Answer 3: That they had heard His voice in everything Christ had said.

Answer 4: That they should follow him, because he was the way to the Father.

Answer 1: They should not exist.

Answer 2: They should not be so many that the love between brethren was lessened.

Answer 3: That all churches should follow his teachings.

Answer 4: That every person must find his own way to Christ.

Answer 1: Crispus and Gaius

Answer 2: Sosthenes and Hippus

Answer 3: Nobody.

Answer 4: Only those who would be baptized in public.

Answer 1: A letter from St. Paul to the church in Corinth.

Answer 2: A letter from St. Paul to people from Corinth living in Jerusalem.

Answer 3: A letter from St. Peter to the inhabitants of Anatolia (nowTurkey).

Answer 4: A vision of St. John the Divine.

Answer 1: Greek for “Lord have mercy”.

Answer 2: Latin for “God bless us”.

Answer 3: Greek for “God be with us”.

Answer 4: Latin for “God be with us”.

Answer 1: Helper.

Answer 2: Bringer of Life.

Answer 3: God among us.

Answer 4: Bringer of Power.

Answer 1: Judas (not Iscariot)

Answer 2: Judas Iscariot

Answer 3: Judas Barsabbas,

Answer 4: Judas of Galilee

Answer 1: A thief who is starving and steals to eat.

Answer 2: A thief who repents and returns what he has stolen.

Answer 3: A thief who steals to give to the poor.

Answer 4: A thief who steals from the unrighteous.

Answer 1: The ruler of this world is coming.

Answer 2: The Kingdom of Peace is at hand.

Answer 3: The day of judgment will be sufficient.

Answer 4: He will meet death on a cross.

Answer 1: A man scribbling the word darkness on the wall of a cell.

Answer 2: A person who sees the sunrise and goes inside.

Answer 3: A person who tries to cook his supper on a block of ice.

Answer 4: One who sticks his fingers in his ears.

Answer 1: He cuts it off the vine.

Answer 2: He lets its fruit drop to the hard ground untasted.

Answer 3: He makes its grapes into sour wine.

Answer 4: He lets worms eat the leaves.

Answer 1: Isaiah

Answer 2: Jeremiah

Answer 3: Genesis

Answer 4: Elijah.

Answer 1: To give up his life for his friends.

Answer 2: To die for his country.

Answer 3: To sacrifice his life to God.

Answer 4: To commit his life to following Jesus.

Answer 1: Bahai.

Answer 2: Mormon.

Answer 3: Messainic Judaism.

Answer 4: Seventh Day Adventist.

Answer 1: They go to church on Saturday instead of Sunday.

Answer 2: They speak in tongues.

Answer 3: They believe that Christ lives as a watchtower over human events.

Answer 4: They recognize the Pope as the head of their church, even though the Pope does not recognize them.

Answer 1: His master.

Answer 2: The bridegroom.

Answer 3: Those he serves.

Answer 4: A carpenter.

Answer 1: His Father.

Answer 2: All men.

Answer 3: Himself.

Answer 4: His own soul.

Answer 1: The Holy Spirit.

Answer 2: Simon Peter.

Answer 3: Mary Magdalene.

Answer 4: The angel Gabriel.

Answer 1: Lawfulness.

Answer 2: Righteousness.

Answer 3: Sin.

Answer 4: Judgment.

Answer 1: What he has heard from Christ.

Answer 2: To follow the ten commandments.

Answer 3: What gifts we have been given.

Answer 4: To kneel when we pray.

Answer 1: The spirit that Jesus sent to guide us after he died and went to heaven.

Answer 2: An unseen angel who watches over us and protects us from evil.

Answer 3: The human mind.

Answer 4: A tongue of flame known only to those who have been elected by God.

Answer 1: Rubies.

Answer 2: Diamonds.

Answer 3: Frankincense.

Answer 4: Pearls.

Answer 1: A woman giving birth.

Answer 2: A fire that seems to have gone out, but flames up from a single ember.

Answer 3: A setting sun.

Answer 4: A tree that sheds its leaves in the winter.

Answer 1: A composer who wrote religious music.

Answer 2: The wife of Herod Antipas.

Answer 3: A woman who charmed King David by playing the harp.

Answer 4: The first wife of Samsom.

Answer 1: Bobby McFerrin.

Answer 2: Sam Cooke.

Answer 3: Aretha Franklin.

Answer 4: Stevie Wonder.

Answer 1: Because he has overcome the world.

Answer 2: Because we will know peace in heaven.

Answer 3: Because he has sent us a Comforter.

Answer 4: Because all evil things will end.

Answer 1: Prudence.

Answer 2: Chastity.

Answer 3: A man who meditates upon the word of the Lord.

Answer 4: A son who listens.

Answer 1: Himself.

Answer 2: Those who would suffer in his name.

Answer 3: His disciples.

Answer 4: The world.

Answer 1: A psalm.

Answer 2: Proverbs.

Answer 3: The Gospel of John.

Answer 4: Eccelsiastes.

Answer 1: Across the ravine of the Kidron.

Answer 2: At the foot of Mount Carmel.

Answer 3: In what is now the Syrian Quarter of Jerusalem.

Answer 4: Kust outside Jerusalem near Bethany.

Answer 1: In the Garden of Gethsemane.

Answer 2: On top of the Mount of Olives.

Answer 3: In the second story of a house in Jerusalem.

Answer 4: At the foot of Mount Ararat.

Answer 1: Night.

Answer 2: Noon.

Answer 3: Sunset.

Answer 4: Middle of the morning.

Answer 1: Jesus the Nazarene.

Answer 2: The King of the Jews.

Answer 3: Jesus who calls himself the Son of God.

Answer 4: Jesus of Bethlehem.

Answer 1: Malthus.

Answer 2: Annas.

Answer 3: Caiphas.

Answer 4: Marcus.

Answer 1: A famous Christian poet.

Answer 2: The translator of the American Standard Version of the Bible.

Answer 3: The founder of the American Methodist Church.

Answer 4: A theologian who translated the New Testament into 27 different languages.

Answer 1: Annas.

Answer 2: Caiaphas.

Answer 3: Pontius Pilate.

Answer 4: The Pharisee high priest.

Answer 1: Peter and another unnamed disciple.

Answer 2: Peter and Andrew.

Answer 3: Only Peter.

Answer 4: Peter, Mary Magdelene and another man.

Answer 1: Stood around with the guards warming himself in front of a fire.

Answer 2: Prayed that the Holy Spirit would give him strength.

Answer 3: Denied four times that he knew Jesus.

Answer 4: Sent for the other apostles.

Answer 1: The Jewish Feast of the Passover.

Answer 2: The Feast of the Tabernacles.

Answer 3: The first day of spring.

Answer 4: April.

Answer 1: For sassing the high priest.

Answer 2: To soften it so that a nail could be driven through it.

Answer 3: To break it.

Answer 4: To stop him from praying.

Answer 1: Three.

Answer 2: One time.

Answer 3: Twelve times.

Answer 4: Never.

Answer 1: A soldier struck him with the palm of his hand.

Answer 2: A soldier pierced his side with a spear.

Answer 3: The high priest sent him to Pontius Pilate.

Answer 4: He was forced to drink vinegar.

Answer 1: A rooster crowed.

Answer 2: The sun came up.

Answer 3: He fell to his knees and asked for forgiveness.

Answer 4: Jesus wept.

Answer 1: They did not want to make themselves unclean before Passover.

Answer 2: Only Roman citizens were allowed in official Roman buildings.

Answer 3: Pilate refused to invite them in.

Answer 4: They did not want to stand in a room with Jesus, whom they considered a heretic.

Answer 1: They were not allowed to crucify criminals.

Answer 2: Jerusalem was a Roman colony.

Answer 3: Pilate was the curiae imperitor of Judea.

Answer 4: The Jews were considered partial and unable to give Jesus a fair trial.

Answer 1: Pontius Pilate.

Answer 2: Jesus Christ.

Answer 3: Simon Peter.

Answer 4: Democlanes.

Answer 1: Barabbas.

Answer 2: Joseph of Arimathea.

Answer 3: Simon Peter.

Answer 4: A murderer.

Answer 1: Behold the man.

Answer 2: You shall be free.

Answer 3: The sin of sodomy.

Answer 4: Became human.

Answer 1: Pontius Pilate.

Answer 2: Elizabeth, the cousin of Mary.

Answer 3: Simon Peter.

Answer 4: Caiaphas.

Answer 1: Gabbatha.

Answer 2: Gethsemene.

Answer 3: Golgotha.

Answer 4: Germanius.

Answer 1: We have no king but Caesar.

Answer 2: Give us Barabbas.

Answer 3: Give him to us to crucify.

Answer 4: Crucify his followers as well.

Answer 1: Sri Lanka (Ceylon).

Answer 2: Nigeria.

Answer 3: Egypt.

Answer 4: Punjab.

Answer 1: Golgatha (the Place of the Skulls).

Answer 2: The Mount of Olives.

Answer 3: The Garden of Gethsemene.

Answer 4: Gabbatha (The Mount of Sorrows).

Answer 1: Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.

Answer 2: Father forgive them.

Answer 3: Jesus Christ the Messiah.

Answer 4: The Lamb of God.

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

Answer 2: Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.

Answer 3: None.

Answer 4: Behold the Heretic.

Answer 1: Psalm 22.

Answer 2: Psalm 103.

Answer 3: Isaiah 7.

Answer 4: Jeremiah 4.

Answer 1: His tunic.

Answer 2: His robe.

Answer 3: His sandals.

Answer 4: His girdle.

Answer 1: Four

Answer 2: Three

Answer 3: Five

Answer 4: Six

Answer 1: Vinegar.

Answer 2: Sweet wine.

Answer 3: Water.

Answer 4: Morphine.

Answer 1: A sponge.

Answer 2: A cup.

Answer 3: A gourd.

Answer 4: A clay mug.

Answer 1: It is finished.

Answer 2: Father forgive them, for they know not what they do.

Answer 3: I thirst.

Answer 4: Into your hands I commend my spirit.

Answer 1: The Sabbath was about to begin.

Answer 2: They did not want him to decompose in public view.

Answer 3: He had asked his followers to bury him quickly.

Answer 4: His mother, Mary, was distressed by the sight of his body hanging.

Answer 1: They were not broken, because he was already dead.

Answer 2: To hasten his death.

Answer 3: To torture him.

Answer 4: So that he could not hold himself up with his legs and would hang by his arms.

Answer 1: Joseph of Arimathea.

Answer 2: Nicodemus.

Answer 3: Mary Magdelene.

Answer 4: James, his brother.