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v1.  When Jesus ended all his sayings in the audience of the people, he entered into _____.

a. Bethsaida.

b. Galilee.

c. Capernaum.

v2.  Which of the following descriptive statements was not applied to the centurion’s servant:

a. Dear unto him.

b. Sick of the palsy.

c. Ready to die.

v3.  Who did the centurion send to Jesus to beseech him that he would come and heal his servant?

a. Elders of the Jews.

b. Scribes and Pharisees.

c. Pharisees and doctors of the law.

v4.  When the elders of the Jews came to Jesus and besought him, they came _____ ?

a. Reluctantly.

b. With much wailing.

c. Instantly.

v4.  Why did the elders of the Jews come to Jesus?

a. The centurion threatened them with death.

b. The centurion was “worthy”.

c. The centurion made a donation to the temple building fund.

v5.Why did the elders think that the centurion was worthy?

a. “He loveth our nation, and hath built us a synagogue”.

b. “He loveth the high priest’s daughter and hath built us a synagogue”.

c. “He loveth our nation, and hath helped to build Herod’s temple”.

v6.  Who did the centurion send to tell Jesus that he was not worthy for Jesus to enter under his roof?

a. Elders of the Jews.

b. Friends.

c. Pharisees and doctors of the law.

v7.  What did the centurion say Jesus would have to do to heal his servant?

a. Touch him and say, Take up they couch and walk.”.

b. Look upon him with compassion.

c. Say in a word.

v8.  Which three persons/groups are said to be under authority in this verse?

a. Soldiers, centurion, and servant.

b. Elders, Jews, and servant.

c. Centurion, soldiers, and elders of the Jews.

v9.  Where had Jesus not found so great [a] faith?

a. In Nazareth.

b. In Israel.

c. In Galilee.

v10.  Those ‘that were sent’ returned to the house and found the servant:

a. Serving Jesus and the apostles.

b. Glorifying and praising God.

c. Whole.

v11.  When Jesus went to the city of Nain, who went with him?

a. Many of his disciples and the doctors of the law.

b. Many of his disciples and much people.

c. Many of his disciples and great multitudes to be healed.

v12. Where was Jesus when he saw the dead man carried out?

a. At the gate of the city.

b. Inside the gate of the city.

c. Nigh to the gate of the city.

v 13. When Jesus saw the mother of the dead man, he said to her:

a. “Weep not.”.

b. “Blessed are ye that weep now: for ye shall laugh”.

c. “The Son of Man hath power to forgive sins”.

v14. What did Jesus say to the young man when he touch the bier and the that bare him stood still?

a. “Arise, take up they couch, and go into thine house”.

b. “Behold they mother has faith to heal thee”.

c. “Young man, I say unto thee, Arise.”.

v15. What did the young man do?

a. Got up and walked home.

b. Sat up and began to speak.

c. Sat up and embraced his mother (like a good boy).

v16. Which of the following statement did those around NOT make?

a. “Glory to God in the highest and praise to his holy name.”.

b. “A great prophet has risen up among us”.

c. “God hath visited his people.”.

v17. This rumour of Jesus went forth (where?) ?

a. Throughout all Judaea and throughout all the region round about.

b. Throughout all Galilee and throughout all the hill country of Judaea.

c. Throughout all Judaea, Lake Gennesaret, and Nazareth.

v18-19. Which of the following statements did John NOT make when his disciples shewed him of all these things [which Jesus had done]?

a. Art thou he that should come?

b. Or look we for another?

c. Behold, the Lamb of God.

v 21. When did Jesus cure many of their infirmities and plagues, and evil spirits and unto many that were blind give sight?

a. That same week.

b. That same day.

c. That same hour.

v22 . Which of the following did Jesus NOT say to tell John?

a. That the blind see and the lame walk.

b. That evil spirits are cast out and the lepers are cleansed.

c. The deaf hear, the dead are raised, and to the poor the gospel is preached.

v 23. Finish the following quote of Jesus’: “...and blessed is he, whosoever _____ .”

a. Shall not be offended in me.

b. Shall not deny me before men.

c. Shall not stress out because of the Bible Bowl.

v24-25. Which of the following statements did Jesus NOT use to describe the opposite of John’s character?

a. A reed shaken with the wind.

b. A man clothes in soft raiment.

c. The voice of one crying in the wilderness.

v25. Which of the following is NOT characteristic of those who live in kings’ courts?

a. They speak the truth.

b. They are gorgeously appareled.

c. They live delicately.

v26. Jesus said that John was _____ .

a. Mighty like the prophet Elias.

b. Much more than a prophet.

c. The voice of one crying in the wilderness.



b. Turn the hearts of the fathers to the children.

c. Make straight the crooked.

v28. Who was greater than John the Baptist?

a. Elijah.

b. Isaiah.

c. He that is least in the kingdom of God.

v29. The people and publicans that heard Jesus say this _____?

a. Praised God.

b. Justified God.

c. Glorified God.

v30. ...the Pharisees and lawyers rejected the counsel of God against themselves _____.

a. Being a stiffnecked and uncircumcised generation.

b. Because Jesus called them a brood of vipers.

c. Being not baptized of him.

v31-32. What did the Lord liken the men of that generation?

a. A brood of vipers.

b. Children sitting in the marketplace.

c. Ravening wolves.

v33. John the Baptist came neither eating or drinking and they said,

a. He is an holy man.

b. He is the holy Son of God.

c. He hath a devil.

v34. Which of the following was Jesus NOT called in this chapter.

a. Friend of Beelzebub.

b. Gluttonous man and a winebibber.

c. Friend of publicans and sinners.

v35. Wisdom is _____?

a. More precious than jewels.

b. An ornament of grace unto thy head.

c. Justified of all her children.

v36. Who was it that desired Jesus to come and eat with him?

a. One of the scribes.

b. One of the Pharisees.

c. One of the doctors of the law.

v37. Which of the following does NOT apply to the person who brought an alabaster box of ointment?

a. A man in a certain city.

b. Which was a sinner.

c. A woman in the city.

v38.The woman who stood at his feet weeping, stood:

a. In front of him.

b. Beside him.

c. Behind him.

v40.  What was the Pharisees’ name?

a. Annas.

b. Simon.

c. Caiaphas.

v41.A certain creditor had two debtors: The one owed five hundred pence. What did the other owe?

a. Five thousand (5,000).

b. Ten thousand (10,000).

c. Fifty (50).

v42.How did the creditor forgive these debts?

a. Reluctantly.

b. Frankly.

c. With many tears.

v 43.Jesus said that Simon had judged _____.

a. Rightly.

b. Righteously.

c. Mistakenly.

v44.Simon had given Jesus no water to wash his feet, but the woman washed his feet with _____.

a. Clear water.

b. Water from the well of Samaria.

c. Tears.

v45-46.What two other things did Simon neglect to give to the Lord?

a. A place to sleep and rest.

b. A private place to pray.

c. A kiss and oil.

v 47.To whom _____ is forgiven, the same loveth _____.

a. Little / Little.

b. Little / Much.

c. Much / Much.

v 50.Jesus told the woman, “Thy _____ has saved thee; go in peace”.

a. Prayers.

b. Faith.

c. Works.

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