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Lesson 1
1. What is a Defining Moment?
2. Many are the reasons why Jesus came, including the defining purposes of the days of his flesh. Name 6 of them.
3. What was the proper name of ‘the Hammer’?
4. What are some of the Jesus’ defining characteristics?
5. Complete this statement “He is the ……………………………………… of the New Testament and the ………………………………….. Of the Old Testament”.
6. What was the length in years between the Old and New Testaments called “The Silent Years”?
7. Around 40 BC the Romans placed (who) ________________ in power. He was still in power at the time of Jesus’ birth.
8. What was the political condition up the Time of Jesus?
9. Name the 4 empires that dominated during the 400 silent years.
Lesson 2
1. Name 4 of the 5 “Major Events in Roman Occupation in the Time of Herod?”
2. Under Rome the country was divided into what 5 basic geographical regions?
3. Multiple choice
Whose beliefs does the following best describe? “Strict legalists who believed the Old Testament their main distinguishing characteristic was a belief in an Oral Law that God gave to Moses at Sinai along with the Torah.”
a. Zealots
b. Essenes
c. Pharisees
d. Sadducees
4. Name the 2 main religious groups during the time of Jesus’ ministry.
5. What was the Sanhedrin?
6. Describe the main characteristics of the Scribes.
7. Who were the Zealots?
8. Who were the Herodias?
9. True/False
Rich grazing country stretched southward from Jerusalem.
10. Name 4 sources of information about the life of Jesus.
11. What are the common divisions of the gospels?

Lesson 3
1. The virgin birth and the incarnation are doctrines under contention and theological debate. Why?
2. What are three (3) reasons Jesus needed to be born of a virgin?
1. To fulfl prohency (Isaiah 7:14)
2. To fulfil the ‘curse of Coniah’ (Jeremiah 22:30)
3. To ensure Jesus was born without imputation of Adem’s sin Timothy 2:14,15)

4. Name the two witnesses a Jesus’ dedication who testified he was the one for whom righteous Israelites had waited.
1. Simeon
2. Anna

5. The gospels reveal not only the fact of the incarnation, but the purpose. What were the two purpose?
1. First of all, the Word took on human flesh to reveal God to men.
2. He came to redeem his people from sin.

6. Name two implications (results) of the incarnation as taught in the lessons.
1. The incarnation is the measure of Gods ability to save.
2. The incarnation is the measure of Gods willingness to save.

7. True/False:
It was essential that Jesus be totally without sin through his parentage (imputation) or life.
True

8. Joseph was the psychical father of Jesus
False

9. What is the incarnation?
The word took on human flesh to reveal God to men

10. State the three purposes of the incarnation
1. First of all, the Word took on human flesh to reveal God to men.
2. He came to redeem his people from sin.
3. He came to redeem his people from sin.

11. Multiple choice:
Which of the following is not true?
a) Jesus had some divine characteristics
b) Jesus was god manifested in the flesh
c) Jesus was a man all normal human characteristics
d) Jesus was man and god fused together

Lesson 4
1. True/False
Temptation plays a vital role in growth and maturation of a Christian
True

2. Multiple Choice
Which is correct?
a) Obedience to the will of God takes precedence to one’s physical appetites when convenient
b) Obedience to the will of god takes precedence t ones physical appetites.
c) Obedience to the will of god rarely takes precedes to one’s physical appetites
d) Obedience to the will of god takes precedence to one’s physical appetites only when the spirit convicts

3. What were the two important stages in the life of Jesus?
1. The visit to the temple when he was 12, when he discussed his uniqe relationship to god ( Luke 2:49)
2. His Baptism (Luke 3:21)

4. How old was Jesus when he began his ministry?
30 YEARS OLD

5. The evil of temptation is overruled for the benefit of the godly, give 5 examples.
1. Temptation sends the does to prayer
2. Temptation abates the swelling of pride
3. Temptation is a touchstone to try what is in the heart
4. Tmptations makes those who are fit confort others in the same distress
5. Temtpations stir up parental compassion in god to those who are tempted

6. In what ways was the baptism of Jesus unique and unlike any other baptism?
- There was no sin for which to repent
- It is fitting for us to fulfil the righteousness

7. What does the Greek work for “to baptise” mean?
Baptizo -To make fully wet, to dip

8. Name the three temptations Jesus experience in the wilderness?
1. Satans first line of attack concerns the huger which our lord experienced due to his 40 day fast: turn stones into bread (matthew 4:3-4)
- You are the son of god, command that these stones become bread
2. Alternative approach. (matthew 4:5-7)
- If you are the son of god, throw yourself down because for it is written he shall give his angels charge concern for it is you, and in the hands they shall bare you up, least you dash your foot against a stone
3. Divert the Lord from His Mission (Matthew 4: 8-10)
-

9. It is a sin to be tempted.
False
Lesson 5
1. What is main reason for Jesus’ baptism by john?
The main reasons for Jesus’ baptism by John was the God might signify to John that Jesus was the Messiah of Israel. When the holy spirit descends upon Jesus and the voice from Heaven proclaimed Jesus to be His beloved Sn, John was assured that Jesus was the Messiah.
There was no one common concept of Messial or His Kingdom, but in the vast majority of cases, Messianic, expectation was much mor external than internal, much more olitical than spiritual.

2. Why was John Baptism sent?
To prepare the people for their king. They needed to repent – to have a change of mind and heart. Few were prepared for the introduction of jesus as Mesiah by these words of John “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world (Jon 1:29b)

3. Multiple choice
John the Baptism told his followers that Jesus was the Messiah. What was the result of this disclosure?
a) John retired
b) Some of John’s disciples left him to follow after Jesus.
c) Nothing.
d) All John’s disciple left him to follow Jesus
e)
4. What answer did Jesus give when challenged about his authority to clear commerce from the temple?
“Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up”. (John 2:19)

5. What kind of a king was Israel looking for?
The israelities wanted a physical king, a great liberator, but they were not vexed by the weight of their sins.

6. True/False
Jesus was looking for well-trained men to be his disciple.
False

7. What were the names of the first flowers of Jesus?
ANDREWM JOHN, THEN PHILLIP, SIMON PETER AND NATHANEAEL
8. John calls which miracle the first ‘sign’ of our lord Jesus.
WATER TURNED TO EXECEPTIONAL WINE

9. ‘A sign is a miracle with an inherent lesson.’ What was outstanding about the water turned to wine?

10. What did Jesus do at the first visit to the temple as Messiah?
John 2:15
Lesson 6
1. Multiple choice
Nicodemus was a:
a) Sadducee
b) Liberal
c) Pharisee
d) Herodias
2. Jesus saw Nicdemus spiritual state as:
a. Lacking spiritual maturity
b. Ignorant
c. Informed
d. Crowd pleaser
3. What did the Pharisees broadly believe about the Old testament/
4. What were the Pharisees view on the supernational and afterlife?
5. The figure of speech ‘born again’ was not foreign to Nicodemus. It was a figure applied to four things? Name 3 of them.
6. What was the one thing about Jesus that impressed the crowds and irritated the Jewish leaders?
7. What Jesus announced his radical new birth what Jewish requirements were excluded?
8. Who was his salvation of Christ for?
9. What was gods primary motive in sending His Son?
Lesson 7
1. True/False
____/____ the bible shows Nicoedmus was immediately converted at His encounter with Jesus.
2. Explain the contrast between Nicodemus and the women at the well in the way Jesus spake of his identity.
3. Multiple choice
Jesus’ journey through Samaria revealed?
a. He has rejected the Jews
b. He was short of time so he took a shortcut
c. He specifically went to save the women
d. He came as Saviours of the world to Jews and Gentiles
4. Name the three arriers to Jesus talking with the women at the well.
5. Which word in the following was no in the original text ‘I that speak unto thee am he’?
6. Name the mountain revered but the Samaritans
7. What initially convinced the men of the city to come and hear Jesus?
8. When should I witness>
9. What control did Jewish culture have over Jesus?
Lesson 8
1. There are five categories for the 35 miracles (at least) attributed to Jesus. Name 4 of them.
2. Here are 3 Greek words that refer to miracles, name 2 of them?
3. Name the 3 areas to which miracles pertain?
4. Name 3 of the purpose of Jesus miracle?
5. Multiple choice
Which statement is not true?
a. Miracles were truly historical events.
b. Miracles re operated with ritual and ceremony.
c. Miracles were reasonable.
d. Miracles were useful.
6. How was the Sovereignty of God illustrated through the miracle of Jesus?
7. True/False
_____/_____ Miracles were not deeds to authenticate the message of Messiah, or a vital part of that message.
Give an example of how the Omniscience of God was shown through miracles?
Give an examples of the Grace of God shown through miracles?
Lesson 9
1. Multiple choice
Which of the following statements is most accurate>
a. Medical science generally accepts the concept of demon possession.
b. Modem though generally agrees with the biblical practice of casting out of the demons.
c. Modern though regards belief in spirits as something primitive and superstitious which men have outgrown.
d. Modern though has only recently become distant from biblical thinking.
2. Although the manifestations of demonization vary widely, the Gerasene demoniac evidence several of the classic symptoms. Name at least 4 symptoms.
3. True/False
______/______ the ancient world was superstitious and believed that the air was thickly populated with evil spirits which sought entry into men.
4. In relation to devil activity what are the 2 extremes to be avoided?
5. Why has modem though come to the admission that there is something in demons after all?
6. Demons are highly organised explain this statement, according to your lesson.
7. What was the response of the Released Demoniac?
Lesson 10
1. Which gospels do not record the resurrection of Lazarus?
2. Multiple choice
Upon hearing of Lazarus’ illness Jesus remained where he was for?
a. 4 days
b. 2 weeks
c. No time
d. 2 days
3. What was Gods purpose in the death of Lazarus?
4. What did the raising of Lazarus show about Jesus?
5. Why death is to the glory of God?
6. ‘There is no peril in the performance of God given duty, only in its neglect’. What does this statement mean?
7. When Jesus did manifested his deep concern and sympathy for the suffering of those close to him?
8. What is the spiritual parallel to the miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead
9. How did this miracle anticipate the coming death of the Lord Jesus?
Lesson 11
1. Who did Herod suppose Jesus was that risen from the dead?
2. Why is the Transfiguration of Jesus a defining moment?
3. This transfiguration is a high point of biblical revelation in the gospels in discussed in another book in the New Testament – which one?
4. In Luke 9:18 Jesus asked His disciples ‘whom say ye that I am?’ What was Peters answer?
5. According to the Lords statement concerning himself (Matthew 16:17-19) what is he revelation given to Peter?
6. Why was it necessary for Peter’s confession to be kept private for the time being? Give one reason?
7. True/False
______/______ Peter is the rock upon which the church is built.
8. Moses and Elijah were symbolic of what?
9. In Jesus, both the “what” found fulfilment?
10. Primarily, the transfiguration was for the benefit of whom?
11. Multiple choice
What did Moses and Elijah discuss with Jesus on the transfiguration Mount?
a. How Jesus would accomplish his death
b. The second coming
c. The resurrection
d. The church
12. Life is full of things designed to waken us. Name the 3 mentioned according to the lesson?
Lesson 12
1. According to the lesson outline Jesus faced several problems in fulfilling His Founding purposes on earth? What were they?
2. How did Jesus resolve these major problems?
3. On what kind of men did Jesus establish the church?
4. Multiple choice
These helped the Lord with his mission?
a. The Sanhedrin
b. Sadducees
c. Pharisees
d. None of these
5. In the context of this lesson explain what the word disciples means?
6. True/False
_____/______ Discipleship is of little value in today’s church
7. The path which a disciple of our Lord is to walk in the path of service and self-sacrifice. What is required?
8. Who was I Jesus’ inner circle of disciples?
9. What was behind the motives of the Scribes and Pharisees?
10. True/False
The error of the scribes and Pharisees was that they had exalted themselves to a position higher than that of Moses.
11. Discipleship originated with the Old Testament.
12. Of whom was the term ‘disciples’ most frequently used?
Lesson 13
1. Multiple choice
Which quality did Jesus look for in his disciples?
a. Social standing
b. Political power
c. A heart to seek after god
d. Formal theological training
2. Name 3 of the 4 sources of opposition to Jesus endeavours?
3. Multiple Choice
Which of these was not a quality of the disciples?
a. They were young men
b. They were trained in Greek though
c. They were from the middle class of their society
d. They were Galileans
e. They were a diverse group in personality and philosophy
f. They were men who had a heart which sought God
g. They were men without formal religious training
4. Why were these men chosen?
5. Why has god chosen to work through the weak and the foolish things?
6. What kind of people does God choose to do His work through?
7. True/false
Information contained in all 4 gospels is not needed to know the chronology of Christ’s life.
8. At what stage did the disciples rise to the task set for them?
9. Who proclaimed Jesus at the Messiah?
10. To be a disciple of our Lord demands what?
Lesson 14
1. Secularism doesn’t include which of the following?
a. We think and act like the world
b. We attempt to do the work of god in the world’s way.
c. We adopt the same attitudes, values and goals as those who don’t know Jesus Christ.
d. We study Gods word.
2. Give 2 of the 4 things the Sermon on the Mount is called.
3. True/false
The Sermon on the Mount is recorded differently in Luke to Matthew.
4. Either Luke or Matthew recorded the Sermon on the Mount inaccurately.
5. The sermon is a clarification of the teaching of our Lord on what?
6. What is the kept verse in the Sermon on the Mount? Either quote the verse OR give its meaning and reference.
7. Give 3 of the 5 ways the Sermon on the Mount instructs us.
8. Multiple Choice
The work ‘blessed’ doesn’t mean?
a. Joyous
b. Happy
c. Serene
d. Composed
9. Multiple choice
The Greek word PTOCHOS doesn’t mean
a. A beggar
b. Poor in spirit
c. Dire and destitute
d. Crouch or cower
10. Who did Jesus call the meekest man on the earth?
11. What does meekness mean?
Lesson 15
1. What will happen to those who hunger and thirst for righteousness?
2. What was the highest act of mercy?
3. What is the reward for showing mercy?
4. What is promised to those of a pure heart?
5. What is legalism?
6. The world is threated by a Christian lifestyle. Explain this statement.
7. According to history what group of people were the maters of legalism?
8. Our lord’s position on the Old Testament Scriptures is even more orthodox and uncompressing than that of the scribes. What did Jesus come to do?
9. We are described as the light of the world. Please explain this statement.
Lesson 16
1. What was the actual date of the Triumphal Entry in to Jerusalem?
2. True/False
Hezekiah was the Old Testament prophet who prophesied the actual date of Jesus Triumphant Entry into Jerusalem?
3. Multiple choice
What didn’t happen as Jesus entered Jerusalem for the Passover?
a. The crowds cheered and lauded Him
b. He loudly wept as he approached the city
c. Jerusalem hauled Him as their Messiah-King
d. He was greeted as a Rabbi by the religious leaders
4. What is the meaning of the word “hosaana’?
5. What was the one event, more than any other that brought the focus of attention on Jesus?
6. How did the crowds show that they understood the actions of Jesus as a symbolic statement of His identity as Israel’s Messiah?
7. Multiple choice
Why did Jesus use a donkey to ride into Jerusalem?
a. No horses were available
b. It was symbolic of his humble mission
c. It was his usual form of transport
d. To get past the Pharisees.
8. What was the meaning of the second temple cleaning?
Lesson 17
1. This lesson deals mainly with:
a. Business failure
b. Failure to be mentally strong
c. Failure by disobedience of God
d. Failure of willpower
2. Who was responsible for Peter’s failure?
a. God
b. Satan
c. Judas
d. Peter
3. Give the reasons for your answer
4. Failure arises from a lack of_________?
5. Complete the statement “without me ___________?
6. True/false
Satan can compel people to sin.
7. Multiple choice
Which one of the following statements is wrong?
a. Failure might be real or imaginary
b. We are responsible for some of our own failure
c. Other failures are completely beyond our control
d. Some failures are not deliberate
e. The greatest failures result our wilfulness or our disobedience. This kind of failure is sin.
f. All failure is sin
g. Peter’s failure was of this greatest type as it was premeditated, deliberate and reoperated.
h. God can forgive this type of failure and restore.
8. Which of the disciples remained faithful during Jesus betrayal?
Lesson 18
1. Where was the Lord arrested?
2. Other than Jesus, Peter, James and John who were the other in the Garden?
3. Peter struck out with his sword, severing the right ear of whom?
4. Jesus was in complete control of the circumstances. Give 3 facts proving this.
5. Jesus was brought before Anna’s who not the official high priest was. What was his relationship to the high priest?
6. There were 5 specific ways in which this trial of Jesus before the Sanhedrin was illegal. What were 3 of them?
7. What sealed Jesus’ death in the eyes of the Jewish court?
8. Multiple choice
Which is correct?
a. The Sanhedrin was the only judicial power in Israel
b. The Sanhedrin was the highest religious civil power in Israel
c. Pilot representing Rome was on the Sanhedrin
d. The Sanhedrin and Pilot were equal
Lesson 19
1. Who was guilty of rejecting Jesus Christ?
2. Multiple choice:
Which is correct?
a. To be legally correct is to be morally correct
b. To be morally correct is to be legally correct
c. Care should be taken to be moral and legal correct
d. If morally correct it does not matter about being legally correct
3. Could Jesus have escaped death?
4. How would Jesus’ have died had the Jews the authority to kill?
5. Give 3 reasons why would the Jews would have preferred to crucify Jesus?
6. Name the 3 charges the Jews made against Jesus.
7. True/false
Herod asked the question “What is truth”?
8. Name 3 ways Pilate attempted to realise Jesus.
9. Who did the Jews declare to be their king?
Lesson 20
1. Who witnessed the death of our Saviours?
2. How long did a normal crucifixion last?
3. The physical torture of the cross was only exceeded by what?
4. Were any of the disciples at the Cross?
5. What caused our Lord to shrink from the shadow of the cross?
6. What were the distinctive differences in the way Jesus dealt with His own suffering and execution?
7. Which Messianic Psalms starts with the words “My God, My God”?
8. What is the symbolic significance of the veil of the temple being torn in two when Jesus ‘gave up the ghost’?
9. Give 3 examples of the meaning of the Death of Christ?
10. The death of Chris is unique in a number of ways. Give 3 examples?
11. Multiple Choice
Which explanation best suits ‘propitiatory’?
a. It was a payment, a judgement Jesus took on himself, the judgement of all sin.
b. Jesus Christ died in our place.
c. “Redeem is exagorazo. Agorazo means “to buy in a market” Ek means “out”. Jesus paid the price for all of us.
d. It satisfied Gods righteous demand for a perfect scarf ice for sin; Christ was the perfect sacrifice.
12. True/False
The sacrificial death of Jesus was to pay for the sins of all mankind.
13. True/false
The Lords physical suffering and death were real, necessary and significant
Lesson 21
1. What is the proof that Jesus is the Son of God?
2. True/False
The importance of the resurrection can be overstated.
3. Give 3 incidents that confirm the death of Jesus was undisputed by those who witnessed His crucifixion.
4. Who claimed the body of Jesus after His Death?
5. Name the 3 evidence of the resurrection.
6. How did Mary Magdalene recognise Jesus in the garden after His resurrection?
7. What happened with the earthquake at the time of Jesus death>
8. In what ways was Jesus changed after His resurrection?
9. What was the dominant theme of apostolic preaching?
10. Multiple choice
Our faith stands or falls on the historical facts of the ________?
a. Crucifixion
b. Resurrection
c. Betrayal
d. Decree by Pilate that he found no fault in Jesus...

Lesson 1
1. What is a Defining Moment?
2. Many are the reasons why Jesus came, including the defining purposes of the days of his flesh. Name 6 of them.
3. What was the proper name of ‘the Hammer’?
4. What are some of the Jesus’ defining characteristics?
5. Complete this statement “He is the ……………………………………… of the New Testament and the ………………………………….. Of the Old Testament”.
6. What was the length in years between the Old and New Testaments called “The Silent Years”?
7. Around 40 BC the Romans placed (who) ________________ in power. He was still in power at the time of Jesus’ birth.
8. What was the political condition up the Time of Jesus?
9. Name the 4 empires that dominated during the 400 silent years.
Lesson 2
1. Name 4 of the 5 “Major Events in Roman Occupation in the Time of Herod?”
2. Under Rome the country was divided into what 5 basic geographical regions?
3. Multiple choice
Whose beliefs does the following best describe? “Strict legalists who believed the Old Testament their main distinguishing characteristic was a belief in an Oral Law that God gave to Moses at Sinai along with the Torah.”
a. Zealots
b. Essenes
c. Pharisees
d. Sadducees
4. Name the 2 main religious groups during the time of Jesus’ ministry.
5. What was the Sanhedrin?
6. Describe the main characteristics of the Scribes.
7. Who were the Zealots?
8. Who were the Herodias?
9. True/False
Rich grazing country stretched southward from Jerusalem.
10. Name 4 sources of information about the life of Jesus.
11. What are the common divisions of the gospels?

Lesson 3
1. The virgin birth and the incarnation are doctrines under contention and theological debate. Why?
2. What are three (3) reasons Jesus needed to be born of a virgin?
1. To fulfl prohency (Isaiah 7:14)
2. To fulfil the ‘curse of Coniah’ (Jeremiah 22:30)
3. To ensure Jesus was born without imputation of Adem’s sin Timothy 2:14,15)

4. Name the two witnesses a Jesus’ dedication who testified he was the one for whom righteous Israelites had waited.
1. Simeon
2. Anna

5. The gospels reveal not only the fact of the incarnation, but the purpose. What were the two purpose?
1. First of all, the Word took on human flesh to reveal God to men.
2. He came to redeem his people from sin.

6. Name two implications (results) of the incarnation as taught in the lessons.
1. The incarnation is the measure of Gods ability to save.
2. The incarnation is the measure of Gods willingness to save.

7. True/False:
It was essential that Jesus be totally without sin through his parentage (imputation) or life.
True

8. Joseph was the psychical father of Jesus
False

9. What is the incarnation?
The word took on human flesh to reveal God to men

10. State the three purposes of the incarnation
1. First of all, the Word took on human flesh to reveal God to men.
2. He came to redeem his people from sin.
3. He came to redeem his people from sin.

11. Multiple choice:
Which of the following is not true?
a) Jesus had some divine characteristics
b) Jesus was god manifested in the flesh
c) Jesus was a man all normal human characteristics
d) Jesus was man and god fused together

Lesson 4
1. True/False
Temptation plays a vital role in growth and maturation of a Christian
True

2. Multiple Choice
Which is correct?
a) Obedience to the will of God takes precedence to one’s physical appetites when convenient
b) Obedience to the will of god takes precedence t ones physical appetites.
c) Obedience to the will of god rarely takes precedes to one’s physical appetites
d) Obedience to the will of god takes precedence to one’s physical appetites only when the spirit convicts

3. What were the two important stages in the life of Jesus?
1. The visit to the temple when he was 12, when he discussed his uniqe relationship to god ( Luke 2:49)
2. His Baptism (Luke 3:21)

4. How old was Jesus when he began his ministry?
30 YEARS OLD

5. The evil of temptation is overruled for the benefit of the godly, give 5 examples.
1. Temptation sends the does to prayer
2. Temptation abates the swelling of pride
3. Temptation is a touchstone to try what is in the heart
4. Tmptations makes those who are fit confort others in the same distress
5. Temtpations stir up parental compassion in god to those who are tempted

6. In what ways was the baptism of Jesus unique and unlike any other baptism?
- There was no sin for which to repent
- It is fitting for us to fulfil the righteousness

7. What does the Greek work for “to baptise” mean?
Baptizo -To make fully wet, to dip

8. Name the three temptations Jesus experience in the wilderness?
1. Satans first line of attack concerns the huger which our lord experienced due to his 40 day fast: turn stones into bread (matthew 4:3-4)
- You are the son of god, command that these stones become bread
2. Alternative approach. (matthew 4:5-7)
- If you are the son of god, throw yourself down because for it is written he shall give his angels charge concern for it is you, and in the hands they shall bare you up, least you dash your foot against a stone
3. Divert the Lord from His Mission (Matthew 4: 8-10)
-

9. It is a sin to be tempted.
False
Lesson 5
1. What is main reason for Jesus’ baptism by john?
The main reasons for Jesus’ baptism by John was the God might signify to John that Jesus was the Messiah of Israel. When the holy spirit descends upon Jesus and the voice from Heaven proclaimed Jesus to be His beloved Sn, John was assured that Jesus was the Messiah.
There was no one common concept of Messial or His Kingdom, but in the vast majority of cases, Messianic, expectation was much mor external than internal, much more olitical than spiritual.

2. Why was John Baptism sent?
To prepare the people for their king. They needed to repent – to have a change of mind and heart. Few were prepared for the introduction of jesus as Mesiah by these words of John “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world (Jon 1:29b)

3. Multiple choice
John the Baptism told his followers that Jesus was the Messiah. What was the result of this disclosure?
a) John retired
b) Some of John’s disciples left him to follow after Jesus.
c) Nothing.
d) All John’s disciple left him to follow Jesus
e)
4. What answer did Jesus give when challenged about his authority to clear commerce from the temple?
“Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up”. (John 2:19)

5. What kind of a king was Israel looking for?
The israelities wanted a physical king, a great liberator, but they were not vexed by the weight of their sins.

6. True/False
Jesus was looking for well-trained men to be his disciple.
False

7. What were the names of the first flowers of Jesus?
ANDREWM JOHN, THEN PHILLIP, SIMON PETER AND NATHANEAEL
8. John calls which miracle the first ‘sign’ of our lord Jesus.
WATER TURNED TO EXECEPTIONAL WINE

9. ‘A sign is a miracle with an inherent lesson.’ What was outstanding about the water turned to wine?

10. What did Jesus do at the first visit to the temple as Messiah?
John 2:15
Lesson 6
1. Multiple choice
Nicodemus was a:
a) Sadducee
b) Liberal
c) Pharisee
d) Herodias
2. Jesus saw Nicdemus spiritual state as:
a. Lacking spiritual maturity
b. Ignorant
c. Informed
d. Crowd pleaser
3. What did the Pharisees broadly believe about the Old testament/
4. What were the Pharisees view on the supernational and afterlife?
5. The figure of speech ‘born again’ was not foreign to Nicodemus. It was a figure applied to four things? Name 3 of them.
6. What was the one thing about Jesus that impressed the crowds and irritated the Jewish leaders?
7. What Jesus announced his radical new birth what Jewish requirements were excluded?
8. Who was his salvation of Christ for?
9. What was gods primary motive in sending His Son?
Lesson 7
1. True/False
____/____ the bible shows Nicoedmus was immediately converted at His encounter with Jesus.
2. Explain the contrast between Nicodemus and the women at the well in the way Jesus spake of his identity.
3. Multiple choice
Jesus’ journey through Samaria revealed?
a. He has rejected the Jews
b. He was short of time so he took a shortcut
c. He specifically went to save the women
d. He came as Saviours of the world to Jews and Gentiles
4. Name the three arriers to Jesus talking with the women at the well.
5. Which word in the following was no in the original text ‘I that speak unto thee am he’?
6. Name the mountain revered but the Samaritans
7. What initially convinced the men of the city to come and hear Jesus?
8. When should I witness>
9. What control did Jewish culture have over Jesus?
Lesson 8
1. There are five categories for the 35 miracles (at least) attributed to Jesus. Name 4 of them.
2. Here are 3 Greek words that refer to miracles, name 2 of them?
3. Name the 3 areas to which miracles pertain?
4. Name 3 of the purpose of Jesus miracle?
5. Multiple choice
Which statement is not true?
a. Miracles were truly historical events.
b. Miracles re operated with ritual and ceremony.
c. Miracles were reasonable.
d. Miracles were useful.
6. How was the Sovereignty of God illustrated through the miracle of Jesus?
7. True/False
_____/_____ Miracles were not deeds to authenticate the message of Messiah, or a vital part of that message.
Give an example of how the Omniscience of God was shown through miracles?
Give an examples of the Grace of God shown through miracles?
Lesson 9
1. Multiple choice
Which of the following statements is most accurate>
a. Medical science generally accepts the concept of demon possession.
b. Modem though generally agrees with the biblical practice of casting out of the demons.
c. Modern though regards belief in spirits as something primitive and superstitious which men have outgrown.
d. Modern though has only recently become distant from biblical thinking.
2. Although the manifestations of demonization vary widely, the Gerasene demoniac evidence several of the classic symptoms. Name at least 4 symptoms.
3. True/False
______/______ the ancient world was superstitious and believed that the air was thickly populated with evil spirits which sought entry into men.
4. In relation to devil activity what are the 2 extremes to be avoided?
5. Why has modem though come to the admission that there is something in demons after all?
6. Demons are highly organised explain this statement, according to your lesson.
7. What was the response of the Released Demoniac?
Lesson 10
1. Which gospels do not record the resurrection of Lazarus?
2. Multiple choice
Upon hearing of Lazarus’ illness Jesus remained where he was for?
a. 4 days
b. 2 weeks
c. No time
d. 2 days
3. What was Gods purpose in the death of Lazarus?
4. What did the raising of Lazarus show about Jesus?
5. Why death is to the glory of God?
6. ‘There is no peril in the performance of God given duty, only in its neglect’. What does this statement mean?
7. When Jesus did manifested his deep concern and sympathy for the suffering of those close to him?
8. What is the spiritual parallel to the miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead
9. How did this miracle anticipate the coming death of the Lord Jesus?
Lesson 11
1. Who did Herod suppose Jesus was that risen from the dead?
2. Why is the Transfiguration of Jesus a defining moment?
3. This transfiguration is a high point of biblical revelation in the gospels in discussed in another book in the New Testament – which one?
4. In Luke 9:18 Jesus asked His disciples ‘whom say ye that I am?’ What was Peters answer?
5. According to the Lords statement concerning himself (Matthew 16:17-19) what is he revelation given to Peter?
6. Why was it necessary for Peter’s confession to be kept private for the time being? Give one reason?
7. True/False
______/______ Peter is the rock upon which the church is built.
8. Moses and Elijah were symbolic of what?
9. In Jesus, both the “what” found fulfilment?
10. Primarily, the transfiguration was for the benefit of whom?
11. Multiple choice
What did Moses and Elijah discuss with Jesus on the transfiguration Mount?
a. How Jesus would accomplish his death
b. The second coming
c. The resurrection
d. The church
12. Life is full of things designed to waken us. Name the 3 mentioned according to the lesson?
Lesson 12
1. According to the lesson outline Jesus faced several problems in fulfilling His Founding purposes on earth? What were they?
2. How did Jesus resolve these major problems?
3. On what kind of men did Jesus establish the church?
4. Multiple choice
These helped the Lord with his mission?
a. The Sanhedrin
b. Sadducees
c. Pharisees
d. None of these
5. In the context of this lesson explain what the word disciples means?
6. True/False
_____/______ Discipleship is of little value in today’s church
7. The path which a disciple of our Lord is to walk in the path of service and self-sacrifice. What is required?
8. Who was I Jesus’ inner circle of disciples?
9. What was behind the motives of the Scribes and Pharisees?
10. True/False
The error of the scribes and Pharisees was that they had exalted themselves to a position higher than that of Moses.
11. Discipleship originated with the Old Testament.
12. Of whom was the term ‘disciples’ most frequently used?
Lesson 13
1. Multiple choice
Which quality did Jesus look for in his disciples?
a. Social standing
b. Political power
c. A heart to seek after god
d. Formal theological training
2. Name 3 of the 4 sources of opposition to Jesus endeavours?
3. Multiple Choice
Which of these was not a quality of the disciples?
a. They were young men
b. They were trained in Greek though
c. They were from the middle class of their society
d. They were Galileans
e. They were a diverse group in personality and philosophy
f. They were men who had a heart which sought God
g. They were men without formal religious training
4. Why were these men chosen?
5. Why has god chosen to work through the weak and the foolish things?
6. What kind of people does God choose to do His work through?
7. True/false
Information contained in all 4 gospels is not needed to know the chronology of Christ’s life.
8. At what stage did the disciples rise to the task set for them?
9. Who proclaimed Jesus at the Messiah?
10. To be a disciple of our Lord demands what?
Lesson 14
1. Secularism doesn’t include which of the following?
a. We think and act like the world
b. We attempt to do the work of god in the world’s way.
c. We adopt the same attitudes, values and goals as those who don’t know Jesus Christ.
d. We study Gods word.
2. Give 2 of the 4 things the Sermon on the Mount is called.
3. True/false
The Sermon on the Mount is recorded differently in Luke to Matthew.
4. Either Luke or Matthew recorded the Sermon on the Mount inaccurately.
5. The sermon is a clarification of the teaching of our Lord on what?
6. What is the kept verse in the Sermon on the Mount? Either quote the verse OR give its meaning and reference.
7. Give 3 of the 5 ways the Sermon on the Mount instructs us.
8. Multiple Choice
The work ‘blessed’ doesn’t mean?
a. Joyous
b. Happy
c. Serene
d. Composed
9. Multiple choice
The Greek word PTOCHOS doesn’t mean
a. A beggar
b. Poor in spirit
c. Dire and destitute
d. Crouch or cower
10. Who did Jesus call the meekest man on the earth?
11. What does meekness mean?
Lesson 15
1. What will happen to those who hunger and thirst for righteousness?
2. What was the highest act of mercy?
3. What is the reward for showing mercy?
4. What is promised to those of a pure heart?
5. What is legalism?
6. The world is threated by a Christian lifestyle. Explain this statement.
7. According to history what group of people were the maters of legalism?
8. Our lord’s position on the Old Testament Scriptures is even more orthodox and uncompressing than that of the scribes. What did Jesus come to do?
9. We are described as the light of the world. Please explain this statement.
Lesson 16
1. What was the actual date of the Triumphal Entry in to Jerusalem?
2. True/False
Hezekiah was the Old Testament prophet who prophesied the actual date of Jesus Triumphant Entry into Jerusalem?
3. Multiple choice
What didn’t happen as Jesus entered Jerusalem for the Passover?
a. The crowds cheered and lauded Him
b. He loudly wept as he approached the city
c. Jerusalem hauled Him as their Messiah-King
d. He was greeted as a Rabbi by the religious leaders
4. What is the meaning of the word “hosaana’?
5. What was the one event, more than any other that brought the focus of attention on Jesus?
6. How did the crowds show that they understood the actions of Jesus as a symbolic statement of His identity as Israel’s Messiah?
7. Multiple choice
Why did Jesus use a donkey to ride into Jerusalem?
a. No horses were available
b. It was symbolic of his humble mission
c. It was his usual form of transport
d. To get past the Pharisees.
8. What was the meaning of the second temple cleaning?
Lesson 17
1. This lesson deals mainly with:
a. Business failure
b. Failure to be mentally strong
c. Failure by disobedience of God
d. Failure of willpower
2. Who was responsible for Peter’s failure?
a. God
b. Satan
c. Judas
d. Peter
3. Give the reasons for your answer
4. Failure arises from a lack of_________?
5. Complete the statement “without me ___________?
6. True/false
Satan can compel people to sin.
7. Multiple choice
Which one of the following statements is wrong?
a. Failure might be real or imaginary
b. We are responsible for some of our own failure
c. Other failures are completely beyond our control
d. Some failures are not deliberate
e. The greatest failures result our wilfulness or our disobedience. This kind of failure is sin.
f. All failure is sin
g. Peter’s failure was of this greatest type as it was premeditated, deliberate and reoperated.
h. God can forgive this type of failure and restore.
8. Which of the disciples remained faithful during Jesus betrayal?
Lesson 18
1. Where was the Lord arrested?
2. Other than Jesus, Peter, James and John who were the other in the Garden?
3. Peter struck out with his sword, severing the right ear of whom?
4. Jesus was in complete control of the circumstances. Give 3 facts proving this.
5. Jesus was brought before Anna’s who not the official high priest was. What was his relationship to the high priest?
6. There were 5 specific ways in which this trial of Jesus before the Sanhedrin was illegal. What were 3 of them?
7. What sealed Jesus’ death in the eyes of the Jewish court?
8. Multiple choice
Which is correct?
a. The Sanhedrin was the only judicial power in Israel
b. The Sanhedrin was the highest religious civil power in Israel
c. Pilot representing Rome was on the Sanhedrin
d. The Sanhedrin and Pilot were equal
Lesson 19
1. Who was guilty of rejecting Jesus Christ?
2. Multiple choice:
Which is correct?
a. To be legally correct is to be morally correct
b. To be morally correct is to be legally correct
c. Care should be taken to be moral and legal correct
d. If morally correct it does not matter about being legally correct
3. Could Jesus have escaped death?
4. How would Jesus’ have died had the Jews the authority to kill?
5. Give 3 reasons why would the Jews would have preferred to crucify Jesus?
6. Name the 3 charges the Jews made against Jesus.
7. True/false
Herod asked the question “What is truth”?
8. Name 3 ways Pilate attempted to realise Jesus.
9. Who did the Jews declare to be their king?
Lesson 20
1. Who witnessed the death of our Saviours?
2. How long did a normal crucifixion last?
3. The physical torture of the cross was only exceeded by what?
4. Were any of the disciples at the Cross?
5. What caused our Lord to shrink from the shadow of the cross?
6. What were the distinctive differences in the way Jesus dealt with His own suffering and execution?
7. Which Messianic Psalms starts with the words “My God, My God”?
8. What is the symbolic significance of the veil of the temple being torn in two when Jesus ‘gave up the ghost’?
9. Give 3 examples of the meaning of the Death of Christ?
10. The death of Chris is unique in a number of ways. Give 3 examples?
11. Multiple Choice
Which explanation best suits ‘propitiatory’?
a. It was a payment, a judgement Jesus took on himself, the judgement of all sin.
b. Jesus Christ died in our place.
c. “Redeem is exagorazo. Agorazo means “to buy in a market” Ek means “out”. Jesus paid the price for all of us.
d. It satisfied Gods righteous demand for a perfect scarf ice for sin; Christ was the perfect sacrifice.
12. True/False
The sacrificial death of Jesus was to pay for the sins of all mankind.
13. True/false
The Lords physical suffering and death were real, necessary and significant
Lesson 21
1. What is the proof that Jesus is the Son of God?
2. True/False
The importance of the resurrection can be overstated.
3. Give 3 incidents that confirm the death of Jesus was undisputed by those who witnessed His crucifixion.
4. Who claimed the body of Jesus after His Death?
5. Name the 3 evidence of the resurrection.
6. How did Mary Magdalene recognise Jesus in the garden after His resurrection?
7. What happened with the earthquake at the time of Jesus death>
8. In what ways was Jesus changed after His resurrection?
9. What was the dominant theme of apostolic preaching?
10. Multiple choice
Our faith stands or falls on the historical facts of the ________?
a. Crucifixion
b. Resurrection
c. Betrayal
d. Decree by Pilate that he found no fault in Jesus...