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v1. According to vs. 1, who else taught his disciples to pray?

a. Moses.

b. Simeon.

c. John.


v2-4. The prayer Jesus gives in v. 2-4 ends with which of the following:

a. Thine is the kingdom, glory and power; forever.

b. And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us form evil.

c. Amen.


v5. In Jesus parable of the guest for loaves at midnight, how many loaves were being requested?

a. 2

b. 3

c. 4


v7. In that parable, what reason did the friend NOT give for NOT rising and giving the bread?

a. My wife and children are with me in bed.

b. The door is now shut.

c. My children are with me in bed.


v6. Why was the person asking to borrow 3 loaves of bread?

a. He is poor.

b. He has a visiting friend.

c. His wife is sick.


v8. Why, according to Jesus, will the friend rise and give him as many as he needeth?

a. Because he is his friend.

b. Because of his importunity.

c. Both A & B


v9. Which one of the following statements is NOT accurate with Luke's account?

a. Ask, and it shall be given you.

b. Seek, and ye shall find.

c. Knock , and the door shall be opened unto you.


v11-12. In Jesus question, "If a son shall ask bread of any of you that is a father...", which substitution does he NOT make?

a. Stone for bread.

b. Snake for a fish.

c. Scorpion for an egg.


v14. What was the affliction of the devil Jesus was casting out?

a. Dumb.

b. Abusing itself.

c. Blind.


v15. Who said "He casteth out devils through Beelzebub the chief of the devils"?

a. Scribes and Pharisees.

b. All of the people.

c. Some of the people.


v16. How did others "tempt him"?

a. They sought a sign from heaven.

b. They accused him of casting out devils through Beelzebub.

c. They accused him of working on the Sabbath.


v17-18. Which statement did Jesus NOT make in response to their thoughts of him casting out devils through Beelzebub?

a. Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation.

b. A house divided against itself falleth.

c. If Satan also be divided against himself, how shall his kingdom stand.


v20. What conclusion does Jesus draw from him casting out devils with the finger of God?

a. The kingdom of God is come upon you.

b. The kingdom of heaven is at hand.

c. The kingdom is being built.


v21-23. When a strong man armed is overcome by one stronger than he, what does NOT happen?

a. Take his armor, wherein he trusted.

b. Divideth his spoils.

c. Scattereth his people.


v23-24. What is NOT true of he that is not with Jesus?

a. Against him.

b. Be cast out.

c. Scattereth


v24-26. Which statement is true of the unclean spirit Jesus tells of in verses 24-26?

a. He seeks rest, and finds none.

b. He likes a clean house.

c. His last state is worse that the first.


v27. What does the woman who speaks up say is blessed?

a. The womb that bare thee and they that hear the word of God.

b. The womb that bare thee and the paps which thou hast sucked.

c. Both A & B.


v28. Who does Jesus say are blessed?

a. They that hear the word of God and do it.

b. They that hear the word of God and keep it.

c. Neither A & B.


v29-32. What old testament characters does Jesus say will condemn this evil generation?

a. Jonas and the Ninevites.

b. Jonas, the Ninevites, and the queen of the south.

c. The Ninevites and the queen of the south.


v33. Where does Jesus say no man putteth a lighted candle?

a. A secret place.

b. Under a bushel basket.

c. A candlestick.


v34. What happens when the eye is evil?

a. The body is full of light.

b. The body is full of darkness.

c. The body is half-full of light and half-full of darkness.


v37. Who besought Jesus to dine with him?

a. A lawyer.

b. A scribe

c. A Pharisee.


v39. What did Jesus NOT say of the inward part of the Pharisees?

a. Full of ravening.

b. Full of wickedness.

c. Full of love of power.


v42. What should the Pharisees have done, not leaving judgment and the love of God undone?

a. Tithe mint and myrrh.

b. Tithe mint and rue and all manner of herbs.

c. Tithe mint, rue, myrrh and all manner of herbs.


v42-46. What woes did Jesus NOT make to the Pharisees?

a. Love the uppermost seats in the synagogues, and greetings in the markets.

b. Are as graves which appear not, and the men that walk over them are not aware of them.

c. Lade men with burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of you fingers.


v47-48. How does Jesus say the lawyer bear witness that they allow the deeds of their fathers?

a. Burdening the people.

b. Killing the prophets.

c. Building the sepulchers of the prophets.


v50-51. Whose blood will be required of this generation?

a. Jesus.

b. Abel and Zacharias.

c. The blood of all the prophets, which was shed from the foundation of the world.


v53-54. Who began to urge Jesus to speak of many things to catch something, that they might accuse him?

a. Lawyers and publicans.

b. Scribes and Pharisees.

c. Pharisees and publicans.

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