Mark - Chapter 13 Questions

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1. “Master, see what manner of stones and what building are here!” To what was the disciple referring? (v.1)
A. Jerusalem.
B. the temple.
C. Galilee.
2. What did Jesus say about the buildings? (v.2)
A. Would be destroyed.
B. Shall not be left one stone upon another.
C. Shall not one stone be left standing.
3. Where did Jesus go after leaving the temple? (v.3)
A. Jericho.
B. Bethany.
C. Mount of Olives.
4. What disciples questioned Him privately? (v.3)
A. Philip, Thomas, Matthew, Bartholmew.
B. Peter, James, John, Andrew.
C. Thaddeus, Levi, Nathaniel.
5. What question did they ask? (v.4)
A. When shall these things be?
B. Will we sit at thy right hand?
C. Art thou going to reign on David’s throne?
6. Did the disciples seek a sign when these things would be fulfilled? (v.4)
A. Yes.
B. No.
7. Whom did Jesus say would come to deceive them? (v.5-6)
A. Many false prophets.
B. Many saying , I am Christ.
C. Many false teachers.
8. By what did Jesus say they should not be troubled over when they heard of it ? (v.7)
A. Darkness and moon changing to blood.
B. Earthquakes and floods.
C. Wars and rumors of wars.
9. What things did Jesus say were the beginnings of sorrows? (v.8)
A. Nation rising against nation, earthquakes and famines.
B. Famines, floods and disease.
C. Both A and B.
10. Jesus told them to take heed to themselves. Why did He say they would be delivered up to councils, beaten in synagogues, and brought before rulers and kings? (v.9)
A. For the gospel’s sake.
B. For the fulfillment of all things.
C. For His sake, for a testimony against them.
11. What thing did Jesus say must happen first? (v.10)
A. That He must die.
B. That the gospel be published among all nations.
C. That the Father must glorify Him.
12. Jesus told them to take no thought what they would speak because who would speak for them? (v.11)
A. Holy Ghost.
B. Esaias.
C. The prophets.
13. What three groups did Jesus say would betray or rise up against the other? (v.12)
A. Brothers, sisters, father and son.
B. Brothers, fathers and daughters, fathers and sons.
C. Brothers, father and son, children and parents.
14. What would happen to them for his name’s sake? (v.13)
A. Be brought before chief priests.
B. Be hated of all men.
C. Be put to death.
15. What would be the result of those who endured unto the end? (v.13)
A. Shall be saved.
B. Shall enter the kingdom of God.
C. Shall inherit eternal life.
16. What prophet spoke of the abomination of desolation? (v.14)
A. Esaias.
B. Elijah.
C. Daniel.
17. Where were they who dwelt in Judaea to flee? (v.14)
A. The mountains.
B. The desert places.
C. The caves.
18. Which instruction was not given to the people who were to flee? (v.15-16)
A. Not go into the house or take anything out of it.
B. Not turn back from the field to gather his animals.
C. Both A and B.
19. To what group was a woe given? (v.17)
A. Those who were sick or lame.
B. Those who were aged.
C. Those who were with child.
20. In what season would they not want the affliction to come? (v.18)
A. Spring.
B. Winter.
C. Summer.
21. What event do these words describe: “such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created unto this time, neither shall be”? (v.19)
A. The fall of Jerusalem.
B. The crucifixion.
C. The affliction.
22. Why had the Lord shortened the days of affliction? (v.20)
A. For His son, David’s sake.
B. For the sake of Abraham, the father of the Hebrews.
C. For the elect’s sake.
23. If any man came to them saying, “Here is Christ” or “he is there”, what were they to do? (v.21)
A. Hear His words.
B. Believe Him not.
C. Heed what He saith.
24. Why were even the elect not to believe them? (v.22)
A. For false Christs would rise.
B. For false prophets would rise and show signs and wonders to seduce.
C. Both A and B.
25. What events would happen after the tribulation? (v.24-25)
A. The sun would be darkened, the moon turned to blood, stars would fall and the powers shaken.
B. The sun would be darkened and the powers that are in heaven would be shaken.
C. Both A and B.
26. What would be seen after these events? (v.26)
A. The Son of man coming in flaming fire.
B. The Son of man coming in the mist.
C. Neither A nor B.
27. Whom would the angels be sent to gather? (v.27)
A. His elect.
B. The saved.
C. The sheep.
28. To what parable did Jesus compare these events? (v.28)
A. The sheep and the goats.
B. The fig tree.
C. The sower.
29. Whom did Jesus say would see these things come to be done? (v.30)
A. Their sons and daughters.
B. Your children’s children.
C. This generation.
30. Heaven and earth would pass away but what would not? (v.31)
A. These sayings of mine.
B. This generation.
C. My words.
31. Who knows when that day would come? (v.32)
A. The angels and the Son.
B. The Son and the Father.
C. The Father.
32. Because they wouldn’t know when the time would be, what were they to do? (v.33)
A. Take heed, watch and pray..
B. Take heed to themselves and unto the doctrine.
C. Watch, fast and pray.
33. To what is the Son of man compared in verse 34? (v.34)
A. A vineyard owner.
B. A man taking a far journey.
C. A husbandman.
34. Who was commanded to watch the house? (v.34)
A. The servants.
B. The workers.
C. The porter.
35. They were to watch lest the master find them doing what? (v.36)
A. Eating and drinking.
B. Sleeping.
C. Slumbering.
36. What was the last word said to all in verse 37? (v.37)
A. Pray!
B. Peace!
C. Watch!

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