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v1. Whose blood had Pilate mingled with sacrifices? 

a. The Jews. 

b. The Syrians. 

c. The Galileans.

v2. Jesus' response to the news of the Galileans was; "Suppose ye that these Galilaeans were _____ above all the Galilaeans, because they suffered such things?" 

a. Sinners.

b. Evil. 

c. Hated.

v3. What did Jesus tell them that they must do to keep from perishing? 

a. repent.

b. Pray that God may forgive your sins. 

c. Both A and B.

v4. What tower fell on eighteen people? 

a. Tower of Babel. 

b. Tower of Antonia. 

c. Tower of Siloam.

v6. In Jesus' parable about the fig tree, how much fruit had the fig tree produced? 

a. Scarcely any. 

b. Ten Fold. 

c. None.

v7. How many years had the man come to look for fruit on the fig tree? 

a. 3.

b. 4. 

c. 5.

v7. What did the owner of the fig tree want to do to it? 

a. Dig about it and dung it. 

b. Give it another year. 

c. Cut it down.

v11. In Luke 13, when Jesus was teaching in one of the synagogues on the Sabbath, He healed a woman who had an infirmity. How long had she had it? 

a. 17 years. 

b. 18 years.

c. Neither.

v11. it is said that the woman who had the infirmity was _____ together. 

a. bound. 

b. bowed.

c. bent.

v12. Jesus said to her; "woman, thou art _____ from thine infirmity." 

a. loosed.

b. freed. 

c. healed.

v13. True or false? Jesus laid his hands on the woman with the infirmity. 

a. True.

b. False.

v13. When Jesus laid his hands on the woman with the infirmity, it is said that she was made _______. 

a. Straight.

b. Whole. 

c. Better.

v14. Who was it that answered with indignation when Jesus healed the woman? 

a. The Pharisees. 

b. The ruler of the Temple. 

c. The ruler of the synagogue.

v14. Why did the Ruler of the Synagogue answer with indignation? 

a. Because Jesus had forgiven her sins. 

b. Because Jesus had healed on the Sabbath Day.

c. Neither.

v15. Which answer is most correct? The Lord answered the Ruler of the Synagogue by calling him an hypocrite. Why was the Ruler an hypocrite? 

a. Because he did not keep the law either. 

b. because he fed his oxen on the Sabbath but would not allow Jesus to heal the woman.

c. Because he was not without sin either.

v18-21. Jesus likens the Kingdom of God to what two things in this chapter? 

a. A grain of mustard seed and leaven.

b. A grain of mustard seed and a gate. 

c. Leaven and a gate.

v21. How many measures of meal did the woman hide the leaven in? 

a. 2. 

b. 3.

c. 4.

v23. What question was asked which led to the parable of the wide and strait gate? 

a. Lord, how many shall be saved? 

b. Lord, are there many that be saved? 

c. Lord, are there few that be saved?

v24. True or False? Many will seek to enter into the strait gate. 

a. True.

b. False.

v25. Who was it that would shut the door when he was risen up? 

a. The Son of Man. 

b. The Master of the House.

c. A certain man.

v26. Those who were knocking on the door would say what? 

a. We have eaten in thy presence, and thou hast taught in our streets. 

b. We have drunk in thy presence, and thou hast taught in our streets. 

c. We have eaten and drunk in thy presence, and thou hast taught in our streets.

v28. "There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth, when ye shall see _____, and _____, and _____, and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, and you yourselves thrust out." 

a. Abraham, Isaac, Joseph. 

b. Abraham, Isaac, Elias. 

c. Neither A nor B.

v31. Who was it that, according to the Pharisees, was going to kill Jesus? 

a. Herod.

b. Pilate. 

c. The High Priest.

v32. Jesus refers to Herod as a ______? 

a. Dog. 

b. Rat. 

c. Fox.

v32. Jesus told them to tell Herod what? 

a. Behold, I cast out devils, and I do cures to day and to morrow, and the third day I shall be perfected.

b. Behold, I cast out devils, and I heal the sick to day and to morrow, and the third day shall be perfected. 

c. Behold, I cast out devils, and I heal the sick to day and to morrow, and the third day I shall be raised.

v33. When did Jesus say he had to walk? 

a. To day, and to morrow, and the day following. 

b. Yesterday, and to day, and to morrow. 

c. To day, and to morrow, and the next day.

v33. Jesus said that he must walk for three days because he had to perish where? 

a. Golgotha. 

b. Jerusalem. 

c. Judaea.

v35. Finish the quote: "Behold, your house is left unto you _____." 

a. Empty. 

b. Destroyed. 

c. Desolate.

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