v1. What was set forth for those taken in hand?
c. A declaration of things they would surely believe.
a. Eyewitness and minister of the Word.
a. Righteous and blameless.
a. Wash people's feet.
b. Wait on tables.
c. Burn incense.
a. The multitude.
c. An Angel.
a. Another priest.
b. An Angel.
a. He prayed.
b. He was troubled and feared.
c. He was happy.
a. Fear not, your prayers are answered and you shall have a son.
b. Elisabeth is too old to have children.
c. You will have a daughter.
a. Everyone would be sad.
b. There would be joy and gladness.
c. The kingdom of heaven would arrive.
b. Strong drink.
c. The Holy Ghost.
b. Very few.
a. In the spirit and power of Elias.
b. With an angel.
c. By himself.
a. Leave the people to turn to Satan.
b. Make ready a people prepared for the Lord.
c. Let the people remain disobedient.
b. How will I know this?
c. We are still young in years.
a. I am Gabriel, that stand in the presence of God.
b. I am an angel that has a message for you.
c. I am the ruler of this earth.
a. He ignored the angel.
b. He did not believe the angel.
c. He did not hear the angel.
a. Two weeks.
b. Three months.
c. Until the day when these things shall be performed.
a. That he had tarried so long in the temple.
b. He was gone too long.
c. His face shone when he came out of the temple.
a. He was in a trance.
b. He couldn't speak to them.
c. He could only mumble.
a. He stopped and talked to people.
b. He signed up for another tour of duty.
c. He departed to his own house.
a. Elisabeth did not conceive.
b. Elisabeth hid for fear of laughter.
c. She conceived and hid five months.
a. Her beauty.
b. Her reproach among men.
c. Her bad habit.
a. "I am an angel."
b. "Fear not, Mary: for thou has found favour with God."
c. "I have news for you"
a. She was to marry Joseph immediately.
b. She would have a son and call him Jesus.
c. She would be laughed at.
a. "He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest..."
b. He shall sit on the literal throne of David.
c. People will treat him no differently than anyone else.
a. Ten years.
b. Until his death.
c. For ever.
a. "There shall be no end".
b. after a season.
c. at the end of the age.
a. "Are you sure?"
b. "How shall this be seeing I know not a man?"
c. "Why has this pestilence been visited upon me?"
a. "the Hold Spirit shall overshadow thee..."
b. "The power of the Holy Spirit shall come upon thee and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee..."
c. "The Holy Ghost shall come upon the and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee..."
a. Third month.
b. Sixth month.
c. Eighth month.
a. some things are possible.
b. a few things are possible.
c. nothing shall be impossible.
b. Into the hill country... into a city of Juda.
c. Her mother's.
a. The baby cried.
b. John was born.
c. Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost.
a. As "holy" and "mighty".
b. As "holy".
c. As "mighty".
a. With his miracles.
b. With his arms.
c. With his hands.
b. Exalted on high.
c. Put down from their seats.
a. The hungry.
b. The poor.
c. The haughty.
a. His servant, John.
b. His servant, Israel.
c. His servant, Zacharias.
a. Our fathers and Abraham.
b. Abraham and his seed.
c. Our father, to Abraham, and to his seed.
a. Two weeks.
b. About three months.
c. Six months.
a. She had twins.
b. She had a son.
c. She had a daughter.