v1. Who did Jesus call to give power and authority over diseases?
c. His 12 disciples.
a. To preach the gospel and raise the dead.
b. To preach the kingdom of God and to heal the sick.
c. To preach what they wanted.
a. Two coats apiece.
b. Bread for the journey.
a. In a tent.
b. In a cave that would be provided.
c. In whatsoever house ye enter into.
a. Ignore them and continue preaching.
b. Shake off the very dust from their feet as a testimony against them.
c. Eat with them and strive to convince them of the gospel.
a. They went preaching the gospel and healing everywhere.
b. They went into the desert.
c. They got lost showing off their powers.
a. He laughed.
b. He ignored what was noised abroad.
c. He was perplexed.
a. One of the old prophets was risen again.
b. John returned from the wilderness.
a. They went to a desert place belonging to Bethsaida.
b. They went to a synagogue.
c. They went to Galilee.
a. They followed him and he refused them.
b. They followed him and he received them and spake to them.
c. The did not pay any attention to him.
a. He spake to them of the kingdom of God.
b. He healed them that had need of healing.
c. Both a and b.
a. Send the people into the towns and country round about.
b. Make them sit down by fifties in a company to feed them.
c. Go to the country round about, and lodge, and get victuals.
a. We will go and buy some food.
b. They can do without, it has been but one day.
c. We have no more but five loaves and two fishes.
a. Six hundred.
b. One thousand.
c. Five thousand.
a. One Hundred.
c. Five Hundred.
a. Looking up to heaven he blessed them, and brake, and gave to the disciples to set before the multitude.
b. He gave to the disciples to eat before the multitude.
c. He appointed deacons to distribute the food.
a. There was taken up of fragments that remained to them twelve baskets.
b. All were sated and there was none wasted.
c. There was taken up of fragments that remained to them two baskets.
a. Where are my followers now that they have been filled?
b. Whom say the people that I am?
c. Will you too leave me when trouble comes?
a. Our father David returned from the tomb.
b. John the Baptist.
a. Wherefore have the other disciples gone?
b. Have you seen James?
c. Whom say ye that I am?
a. Tell all men that thing.
b. Tell no man that thing.
c. Forget what was said until the time was nigh.
a. He would be raised the third day.
b. He would be left dead in the tomb and forgotten.
c. The disciples would steal his body.
a. Deny himself and take up his cross daily and pray.
b. Take up his cross daily and follow me and pray.
c. Deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me.
a. Whosoever will save his life.
b. Whosoever will deny Jesus.
c. Whosoever will deny the gospel.
a. The same will be lost.
b. The same shall save it.
c. It makes no difference at the judgment.
a. He will weep and pray for him.
b. He will turn away from him with great sorrow.
c. He will be ashamed of him.
a. In his father's glory, and in his own, and of the Holy Spirit's.
b. In his own glory, and in his father's, and of the Holy Spirit's.
c. In his own glory, and in his father's, and of the holy angels.
a. Some standing here.
b. Some of that company.
c. All standing there.
a. A week.
b. A fortnight.
c. An eight days.
a. It was white and glistering.
b. It was moistened with his tears.
c. It was bright and glistening.
a. Peter and John and James.
b. Moses and Aaron.
c. Moses and Elias.
a. They spake of the glory of heaven whereunto he should return.
b. They spake of his decease which he should accomplish at Jerusalem.
c. They spake of his resurrection which he should accomplish at Jerusalem.
a. They were talking also with Jesus.
b. They were praying also with Jesus.
c. They were heavy with sleep.
a. They saw his glory, and the two men that stood with him.
b. They saw a burning bush before the Christ.
c. They saw his glory, and the two men that sat with him.
a. Sing hymns and pray to the Father.
b. Make three tabernacles.
c. Write the things that they had seen.
a. There came a cloud, and overshadowed them; and they cried out as they entered into the cloud.
b. There came a cloud; and they feared as they entered into the cloud.
c. There came a cloud, and overshadowed them; and they feared as they entered into the cloud.
a. Rain and thunder.
b. Hail and a great wind.
c. A voice.
a. Get thee hence, for ye be on holy ground.
b. This is my beloved Son: hear him.
c. This is my beloved Son: in him I am well pleased.
a. Jesus slept, for he was weary.
b. They told every man what had happened.
c. Jesus was found alone.
a. None saw them and they passed on their way.
b. Much people met him.
c. The disciples were gone each to his own house.
a. A woman of the company to beseech him to look upon her son.
b. A man from the crowd to beseech him to heal his son.
c. A man of the company to beseech him to look upon his son.
a. He was blind.
b. He was sick with the palsy and could not walk.
c. A spirit taketh him.
a. John the Baptist.
c. The disciples.
a. Leave thy son be, he has been healed.
b. Bring thy son hither.
c. Beseech the disciples again to cast it out.
a. He rebuked the unclean spirit and healed the child.
b. He cast out the unclean spirit and commanded it to keep silent.
c. He cast out the unclean spirit and delivered it again to it's father.
a. O faithless and perverse generation, how long shall I be with you, and suffer you?
b. Let these sayings sink down into your ears: for the Son of man shall be delivered into the hands of men.
c. No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.
a. They knew that they had sinned and repented.
b. They adjured him to explain that saying.
c. They feared to ask him of that saying.
b. He that is least among you all.
a. Keeping people away from him.
b. Preaching about John.
c. Casting out devils.
a. Leave him alone.
b. Forbid him not.
c. Teach him more perfectly.
a. He prayed to the Father.
b. He stedfastly set his face to go to Jerusalem.
c. He stedfastly set his face to go to Judea.
a. To gather disciples to hear him.
b. To tell others of his coming.
c. To make ready for him.
a. The village of the Cretans.
b. The village of the Galileans.
c. The village of the Samaritans.
a. Peter and Andrew.
b. James and John.
c. Philip and Thomas.
a. They knew not what manner of spirit they were of.
b. They spake too much.
c. They laughed.
a. The Son of man is come to destroy men's lives and convict them of sin.
b. The Son of man is not come to destroy men's lives, but to save them.
c. The Son of man is come to bring peace and goodwill among men.
a. Your teaching is harsh and set's a man against his brother.
b. I will follow thee withersoever thou goest.
c. Get away from me Lord, for I am a sinful man.
a. The Son of man hath not where to lay his head.
b. Get thee behind me Satan.
c. Where I goest, thou canst not follow.
a. I will follow thee withersoever thou goest.
b. Suffer me first to go and bury my father.
c. I will go with thee and preach the kingdom of God.
a. Let the dead bury their dead: but go thou and preach the kingdom of God.
b. Thy father is healed, come thou and preach the kingdom of God.
c. You know not what manner of spirit you are of.
a. let me first bid them farewell, which abide at my house.
b. let me first go bid them farewell, which are at home at my house.
c. let me go first and bid them farewell, which abide at my home at my house.
a. Shall complete the course.
b. Is able to see where he goest.
c. Is fit for the kingdom of God.