v1. What is said concerning parable in the beginning of Luke 18?
a. A parable spoken for men always to pray, and not to faint.
b. A parable of a judge in a city which feared not God.
c. A parable spoken to certain which trusted in themselves.
v2. In the parable, What is said of the judge?
a. He feared God and regarded man.
b. He feared not God, neither regarded man.
c. Nothing is said.
v3. In the parable, the widow was one who:
a. Feared God.
b. Wanted avenged of her adversary.
c. Both A and B.
v4-5. Why did the judge do what the widow wanted?
a. She troubleth him.
b. She made him weary.
c. Both A and B.
v6. True or False: The Lord said "Hear what the judge saith".
v7. Complete the verse: "And shall not God avenge his own elect, which cry day and night unto him".
a. That was the end of the verse.
b. Though he bear long with them?.
c. Seeing he be a just God?
v9. The next parable was spoken to a certain group that had what kind of character?
a. Those which were scorners and scoffers, despising others.
c. Trusted in themselves that they were righteous and despised others.
v10. Who were the two men that went up into the temple to pray?
a. A priest and a Pharisee.
b. A priest and a publican.
c. A publican and a Pharisee.
v11-12. What did the Pharisee not say when he stated he was "not as other men are" in his prayer to God
a. "Extortioners, adulterers, sinners, or even as this publican".
b. "I fast twice in the week".
c. "I give tithes of all that I possess".
v13. What did the publican not do in his prayer to God
a. Lifted his hands unto heaven.
b. Smote his breast.
c. Said, "God be merciful to me a sinner".
v14. Fill in the blanks, "I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other: for every one that _____ himself shall be _____; and he that _____ himself shall be ______."
a. Finds, lost, loses, found.
b. Exalteth, abased, humbleth, exalted.
c. Prides, brought down, humbleth, justified.
v15. True or false: The disciples rebuked those that brought their infants to Jesus so that he would touch them.
v16. How did Jesus deal with his disciples on the matter?
a. He reproved them publicly, telling them not to forbid children to come to him.
b. He called them to him, then told them not to forbid children to come to him.
c. He didn't reprove them at all.
v17. True or false: "Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a child shall in no wise enter therein".
v18. Who said, "Good Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?"
a. A certain rich ruler.
b. A certain rich man.
c. A certain publican.
v19. None is good, save one. Who is the one who is good?
c. The Father.
v20. What is not listed as a commandment?
a. Do not kill.
b. Do not bear false witness.
c. Honor thy father and thy brother.
v22. What one thing did the ruler lack?
a. He was told to sell all he had and give it to the poor.
b. He was in an adulterous marriage.
c. He did not honor his father and mother.
v24. True or false: Jesus said, "How hardly shall they that have riches enter into the kingdom of God".
v25. True or false: "It is easier for a camel to go through a needle's eye, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God".
v26. True or false: Those who were rich said, "Who then can be saved?"
v27. Jesus said, "The things which are _____ with men are _____ with God."
a. Impossible, possible.
b. Hard, easy.
c. Not understandable, understandable.
v28. Who said, "Lo, we have left all, and followed thee."
a. The disciples.
v29. Jesus said that there was no man that had left house, parents, brethren, wife, or children, for the kingdom of God's sake.
v29-30. What was the point Jesus was making?
a. Those that have left all for the kingdom of God's sake will receive manifold more in this present time, and everlasting life in the world to come.
b. Don't think you're leaving it all for God's sake, everyone has someone they're close to, we'll have our reward.
c. You can put your home, parent, spouse, etc. first. God knows they're important to us, we shall still receive manifold more in the world to come and life everlasting.
v31. What shall happen in Jerusalem?
a. They will offer burnt offerings and worship God in the temple.
b. All things written by the prophets about the Son of man will be accomplished.
c. Both A and B.
v32. Who would Jesus be delivered unto?
c. High priest.
v32-33. Which of the following contains the correct order?
a. He will be mocked, spitefully entreated, spitted on, scourged, put to death.
b. He will be mocked, scourged, spitefully entreated, spitted on, put to death.
c. He will be mocked, spitted on, scourged, spitefully entreated, put to death.
v34. Did the disciples understand what was spoken to them?
v35. Where were they when a certain blind man sat by the wayside begging?
a. Nigh unto Jericho.
b. Nigh unto Jerusalem.
c. In the gates of the synagogue.
v37-38. When the blind man was told the Jesus of Nazareth passeth by, what did he cry out?
a. Thou Son of God, please heal me of mine infirmities.
b. Thou Son of David, have mercy on me.
c. Thou Son of David, forgive me of mine iniquities.
v41. When Jesus asked the blind man "What wilt thou that I shall do unto thee?", what was the blind man's response?
a. Lord, that I may have eternal life.
b. Lord, that I may receive my sight.
c. Lord, wash me and make me clean.
v43. What did not happen when the blind man received his sight?
a. He did not follow Jesus.
b. He glorified God.
c. All that saw it, gave praise unto God.