Sunday, March 31, 2013


1. True or false? The chief priests and Pharisees were afraid that if they let Jesus continue doing His signs, everyone would believe in Him.

2. After Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, He no longer walked openly among the Jews.

3. Even though they did not confess Him, many of the rulers at the Feast of the Passover believed in Jesus.

1. True (John11:47,48).
2. True (John 11:54).
3. True (John 12:42).

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Gospels ---Events

1. Multiple choice: When Lazarus came out of the tomb, he was : (a) Bound with grave clothes; (b) free of the grave clothes;or (c) jumping with joy and praising God.

2.True or false? Jesus did not grieve over the death of Lazarus because He had planned all along to display His power by raising him from the dead.

3. Multiple choice: Jesus prayed before  He raised Lazarus from the grave so that: (a) God would bless His efforts; (b) God would empower His efforts; or (c) those watching might believe that God had sent Him.

1. (a) Bound with grave clothes (John 11:44).
2. False. Jesus wept over the loss of Lazarus (John11:35).
3. (c) Those watching might believe that God had sent Him (John 11:42).

Friday, March 29, 2013


1. True or false? When Jesus said to Martha, " Your brother will rise again," she thought He was referring to the resurrection in the last day.

2. Multiple choice: When Jesus ordered the stone removed from the tomb of Lazarus, Martha protested because her brother had been dead for some time and that there would be: (a) A horrible sight; (b) a riot; or (c) a stench.

3. Before Jesus called  Lazarus from the grave, He: (a) Quiet the crowd; (b) prayed to the Father or (c) asked Mary and Martha to pray.

1. True (John 11:23,24).
2. (c) A stench (John 11:39).
3. (b) Prayed to the Father (John 11:41,42).

Thursday, March 28, 2013


1. Multiple choice: How long had Lazarus been in the tomb when Jesus arrived? (a) Four days; (b) three days; or (c) one day.

2. True or false ? Both Mary and Martha believed that, had Jesus been there, Lazarus would not have died.

3. Multiple choice: When Jesus said, "When you lift up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am He," He was speaking of: (a) His ascension to Israel's throne; (b) His crucifixion; or (c) the Pharisees'
believing in Him.

1. (a) Four days (John 11:17).
2. True (John 11:21,32).
3. (b) His crucifixion (John 8:28).

Wednesday, March 27, 2013


1. Fill in the blank: Jesus told the Jews after He claimed to be one with the Father, "Though you do not believe Me, believe the  -----, that you may know and believe that the Father is in Me, and I in Him".

2. True or False? Mary and Martha sent word to Jesus that Lazarus was dead.

3. Multiple choice: Jesus said that Lazarus was sick: (a) Because he ate unblessed food; (b) so that the Son of God might be glorified; or (c) because he had  a demon.

1. "Works" (John 10: 38).
2. False. They said Lazarus was sick (John 11:3).
3. (b) So that the Son of God might be glorified (John 11:4),

Tuesday, March 26, 2013


1. Multiple choice: When Jesus said,  "I am going away...Where I go you cannot come," the Jews thought He was going: (a) To the mountains; (b) to heaven; or (c) to kill Himself.

2. True or false? Many people believed in Jesus  when He said, "He who sent Me is with Me. The Father has not left Me alone, for I always do those things that please Him."

3. Multiple choice: To whom did the parents of the blind man refer the Pharisees when  they asked them about their son's healing? (a) Jesus ; (b) their son; or (c) the disciples.

1. (c) To kill Himself (John 8:22).
2. True  (John 8:29,30 ).
3. (b) Their son. They said, "He is of age; ask him. He will speak for himself" (John 9:21).

Monday, March 25, 2013


1. Multiple choice: Jesus compared His making  a man "completely  well" on the Sabbath to the Jews' doing what on the Sabbath? (a) Praying for forgiveness; (b) cleansing the temple; or (c) circumcising.

2. When Jesus told the Jews, "Before Abraham was, I AM", they tried to stone Him, but He hid and then left the temple: (a) Through the back door; (b) through the middle of the crowd; or (c) after the crowd had dispersed.

3. Fill in the blanks: Jesus told His disciples, "I must work the works of Him who sent Me while it is
--------- ; the -------- is coming when no one can work."

1. (c) Circumcising (John 7:22, 23). Jesus reasoned that if circumcision was lawful on the Sabbath, much more so was healing.
2. (b) Through the middle of the crowd (John 8:58, 59).
3. "Day...night".(John 9:4).

Sunday, March 24, 2013


1. Multiple choice: While asserting that God was His Father , Jesus told the Jews  that the Father would show the Son greater works then He had already done. Why? (a) That the Jews might marvel; (b) that the disciples might be more attentive; or (c) that the Samaritans might believe.

2. Fill in the blank: After He fed  the five thousand, Jesus went to a mountain alone, because He realized  some of the multitude were going to take Him by force to make Him their --------.

3. True or false? Some at the Feast of  Tabernacles believed Jesus was the Christ; others questioned it because Jesus was a Galilean and the Messiah should come from Bethlehem.

1. (a) That the Jews might marvel (John 5:20).
2. King (John 6:15).
3. True (John 7:41-43). Those who believed Jesus was the Messial based  their conclusion on His signs. (v.31).

Saturday, March 23, 2013


1. Question: What miracle did Jesus perform on His way acress the sea of Galilee to Caspernaum after He had fed the five thousand?

2. Multiple choice: Why had the crowd followed Jesus and His disciples across the Sea of Galilee to Caspernaum? (a) Because they saw the signs He did; (b) because they saw Him walk on water; or (c) because they had eaten of the loaves and were filled.

3. How long had Jesus known which of His disciples did not believe, and who would betray Him?
(a) From the beginning; (b) from the time He fed the five thousand; or (c) from the time He claimed to be the bread of life.

1. He walked on the water (John 6:19).

2.  (c) Because they had eaten of the loaves and were filled (John 6:26).
3. (a) From the beginning (John 6:64).

Friday, March 22, 2013


1. Multiple choice: Jesus fed the five thousand with: (a) Two loaves and five fish; (b) five loaves and two fish; or (c) bread that He brought with two hundred denarii.

2. Fill in the blanks: Jesus declared Himself equal in power to God when He told the Jews, "For as the Father raises the  -------- and gives ------- to them, even so the  ------- gives life to whom He will."

3 Multiple choice: John's Gospel alone records what grain the loaves  were made of, which Jesus  used to fed the five thousand. What grain was it? (a) Wheat; (b) barley; or (c) rye.

1. (b) Five loaves and two fish (John 6:9).
2. "" (John 5:21).
3, (b) Barley (John 6:13).

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Gospels ----Events

1. Multiple choice: When the Jews asked the man from the Bethesda pool who told him to take up his bed and walk, he: (a) Told them Jesus ; (b) refused to answer; or (c) did not know who it was.

2. True or false? Other Samaritans came to Jesus because the woman at the well told them of her encounter with Him.

3. Fill in the blank: Jesus stayed in Samaria two days after He met the woman at the well, and many more people believed when they had heard Him. They reported to the woman that  "This is indeed the Christ, the ------- of the world."
1. (c) Did not know who it was (John :5:13)
2.True (John 4:39).
3. "Savior" (John 4:42).

Wednesday, March 20, 2013


1. Multiple choice: Who or what went down into the Bethesda pool and stirred up the waters for healing? (a) An angel; (b) Jesus; or (c) the Holy Spirit.

2. Jesus healed the man who had been infirm for thirty-eight years by: (a) Helping  him get to the stirred water first; (b) telling him to take up his bed and walk; or (c) rubbing mud on his legs.

3. True or false? The man Jesus healed at Bethesda pool arose and walked but did not carry his bed because it was the Sabbath.

1. (a) An angel (John 5:4). (King James Version)
2. (b) Telling him to take up his bed and walk (John 5:8).
3. False; he carried his bed as Jesus told him (John 5:9).

Tuesday, March 19, 2013


1. Multiple choice: The nobleman knew that Jesus had healed his son because his fever was gone at the seventh hour, the same time that: (a) Jesus said, "Your son lives"; (b) the nobleman arrived home; or (c) the nobleman touched Jesus' garment.

2. Jesus' second sign in Cana of Galilee was :(a) Turning the water to wine; (b) telling the Samaritan woman about her past; or (c) healing the nobleman's son.

3. The infirm at the Bethesda pool were waiting for: (a) Jesus to show up; (b) the priests to come and pronounce them clean; or (c) the moving of the water.

1. (a) Jesus said, :Your son lives" (John 4:53).
2. (c) Healing the nobleman's son (John 4:54). Jesus did this miracle while He was in Cana and the ill son was in Capernaum (v. 46).
3. (c) The moving of the water (John 5:4).

Monday, March 18, 2013

Gospels ----Events

1. Multiple choice: Jesus told the woman at Jacobs well that she had had how many husbands?
(a) Five; (b) three; or (c) none.

2. True or false? When Jesus returned to Cana of Galilee, He healed the nobleman's son who was sick in Capernaum.

3. Fill in the blanks: Jesus said to the nobleman with the sick son, "Unless you people see ------- and
---------, you will by no means believe."
1. (a) Five (John 4: 18).
2. True (John 4:46,50,51).
3. "Signs...wonders" (John 4:48).

Sunday, March 17, 2013


Multiple choice: When did the disciples remember what Jesus had said  about raising the temple, believing the Scripture and what He had said? (a) Right away; (b) when Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead; or (c) when Jesus had risen from the dead.

2. Which one of these Old Testament events for told Jesus' crucifixion on the cross? (a) Moses' ascending the mountain to receive The Commandments; (b) Moses' lifting up the serpent in the wilderness; or (c) the parting of the Red Sea.

3. Jesus told the man He had healed at the Bethesda pool to sin no more; (a) To show that he believed in Jesus; (b) so that others would believe in Jesus; or (c) lest a worse thing come upon him.

1. (c) When Jesus had risen from the dead (John 2:22).
2. (b) Moses' lifting up the serpent in the wilderness (John 3:14). In the wilderness, when the Israelites were dying from poisonous snake bites, God provided deliverance by means of a brass serpent lifted high on a pole where all who looked on it were safe (Num. 21:6-9).  In Christ, God provides deliverance from sin for all who look in faith upon His sacrifice on the cross.
3. (c) Lest a worse thing come upon him (John 5:14).

Saturday, March 16, 2013


1. Sentence completion: After Jesus had cleared the temple, the Jews  asked Him for a sign to prove His authority for doing so. Jesus answered and said to them, "Destroy..."

2. Multiple choice: To what event does John's Gospel apply the Psalmist's  statement, "Zeal for Your house has eaten Me up"? (a) Traditional Jewish worship; (b) the cleansing of the temple; or (c) Jesus' statement about rebuilding the temple.

3.How was John the Baptist told by the Father to recognize the Son of God? (a) His aura; (b) the Spirit descending and remaining on Him; or (c) His asking to be baptized by John.

1. "This temple, and in three days I will raise it up" (John 2:19).
2. (b) The cleansing of the temple (John 2:13-17).
3. (b) The Spirit descending and remaining on Him (John 1:33,34).

Friday, March 15, 2013


1. Fill in the blanks: At the wedding  in Cana of Galilee, Jesus  turned  ------- into  -------.

2. Multiple choice: Jesus revealed to Nathanael that He knew his character (guileless) before He had even met him. This caused Nathanael to: (a) Believe Jesus' deity; (b) shy away from Jesus; or (c) accuse Him of sorcery.

3. True or false? According to the master of the feast, the bridegroom at the wedding in Cana had saved the good wine until last.

1. (John 2:9).
2. (a) Believe Jesus' deity (John 1:49).
3. True  (John 2:10). Neither the master of the feast or the bridegroom knew that the  "good wine" had been provided  by Jesus.

Thursday, March 14, 2013


1. True or false? Jesus said to Philip, "Because I said to you, 'I saw you under a fig tree', do you believe? "You will see greater things than these."

2. Jesus told the Jews, "Destroy this temple, and in seven days I will raise it up."

3. Fill in the blank:  At the wedding in Cana when Jesus' mother told Him there was no more wine, He said to her, "Woman, what does your concern have to do with Me? My -------- has not yet come."

False. He said this to Nathanael (John 1:49,50).
2. False. It was three days (John 2:19). (v. 21).
3. "Hour" (John 2:4).

Wednesday, March 13, 2013


1. Multiple choice: While the Pharisees neglected their love of God, what did Jesus say they did love? (a) The best synagogue seats and public greetings; (b) leaven; or (c) stoning women caught in adultery.

2. What group of people did Jesus say took away the key of knowledge and prevented people from entering the knowledge of God? (a) Lawyers; (b) scribes; or (c) Pharisees.

3. How did the older brother express his displeasure that his father had welcomed his prodigal brother home with a party? (a) He refused to go to the party; (b) he took his inheritance and left; or (c) he struck his brother.

1. (a) The best synagogue seats and public greetings (Luke 11:43)
2. (a) Lawyers (Luke 11:52).
3. (a) He refused to go to the party (Luke 15:28).

Tuesday, March 12, 2013


1. Fill in the blanks: A woman called out to Jesus  from the crowd and said, "Blessed is the womb that -------- You, and the breasts which --------- You."

2. Multiple choice: When a certain Pharisee invited Jesus to dinner, what in Jesus' behavior caused him to marvel? (a) His good manners;  (b) His conversation; or (c) His eating with unwashed hands.

3. What had the Pharisees passed by while carefully tithing mint, rue, and various herbs? (a) Tithing their money; (b) justice and the love of God; or (c) praying and teaching the law.

1. "Bore...nursed" (Luke 11:27).
2. (c) His eating with unwashed hands (Luke 11:38).
3. (b) Justice and the love of God (Luke 11:42).

Monday, March 11, 2013


1. Question: What happened in Jesus' parable to "a certain man [who] went down from Jerusalem to Jericho"?

2. Multiple choice: The  lawyer who tested Jesus wanted to justify himself when Jesus successfully answered  his question.What did he ask to justify himself? (a) "What shall I do to inherit eternal life?"
(b) "Where must we worship?" or (c) "Who is my neighbor?"

3. Question: One of Jesus' disciples said to Him, "Lord, teach us to pray as John also taught his disciples." What is Jesus answer known as?

1. He fell among thieves, who took his clothes, beat him, and left him for dead (Luke 10:30).
2. (c) "Who is my neighbor?" (Luke 10:29). The lawyer's initial test had consisted of the question.
"What shall I do to inherit eternal life?"
3. The Lord's Prayer (Luke 11:2-4).

Sunday, March 10, 2013


1. Fill in the blanks: The Pharisee was shocked when Jesus let the woman anoint His feet. He thought,  "This man, if He were a -------, would know who ... this  is who is touching Him, for she is a

2. Multiple choice: How old was Jairus's daughter when Jesus healed her? (a) Three years old; (b) twelve years old; or (c) twenty years old.

3. Besides Peter, James, and John, who entered with Jesus and saw the healing of Jairus's daughter?
(a) The chief priests; (b) John the Baptist; or (c) the girl's parents.

1." Prophet...sinner" (Luke 7:39).
2. (b) Twelve years old (Luke 8:42).
3. (c) The girl's parents (Luke 8:51).

Saturday, March 9, 2013


1. Multiple choice: How long did Jesus pray before choosing His  twelve disciples? (a) Three days; (b) all night; or (c) a Sabbath.

2. How did Jesus raise from the dead the son of the widow from Nain? (a) He opened the tomb and called him forth; (b) He touched the coffin and told him to get up; or (c) He told her to go home where the boy would be alive.

3. Of what material was the flask made, which contained the fragrant oil with  which the sinful woman anointed Jesus' feet? (a) Alabaster; (b) amber; or (c) porphyry.

1. (b) All night (Luke 6:12).
2. (b) He touched the coffin and told him to get up (Luke 7:14).
3. (a) Alabaster (Luke 7:37). Alabaster is a soft white mineral, often veined with color, which was carved and polished for vases and ornaments. This was a vial of ointment intended for a special use.

Friday, March 8, 2013


1. Multiple choice: When Jesus healed the deaf man with the speech impediment, He looked up to heaven and said, "Ephphatha," What did Ephphatha mean?  (a) "Be healed"; (b) "Be opened", or (c) "Let him hear."

2. How long had the four thousand been without food when Jesus decided to feed them? (a)Twelve hours; (b) three days; or (c) six days.

3. How many baskets of leftovers were collected after the feeding of the four thousand? (a) Twelve; (b) forty; or (c) seven.

1. (b) "Be opened" Mark 7:34).
2. (b) Three days (Mark 8:2).
3. (c) Seven (Mark 8:8)

Thursday, March 7, 2013


1.Multiple choice: What was the problem of the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman? (a) Death; (b) paralysis; or (c) an unclean spirit.

2. True or false? When  Jesus healed the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman, He reached out and touched her.

3. Multiple choice: Where did the Syro-Phoenician woman find her healed daughter ? (a) At the table eating; (b) in her bed; or (c) running to meet her.

1. (c) Unclean spirit (Mark 7:25).
2. False; He healed her from a distance (Mark 7:29,30 )
3. (b) In her bed (Mark 7:30).

Wednesday, March 6, 2013


1. Multiple choice: In what size groups did the five thousand sit when Jesus fed them? (a) Tens ;(b) fifties and hundreds; or (c) pairs.

2. Who distributed the bread and fish to the five thousand men plus women and children? (a) The children who contributed their food; (b) the women who accompanied Jesus to serve; or (c) the disciples.

3.True or false: Before Jesus walked on the water to over take the disciples in their boat, they had gone on ahead while Jesus sent away the five thousand and prayed.

1. (b) Fifties and hundreds (Mark 6:40).
2. (c) The disciples (Mark 6: 41).
3. True (Mark 6:45,46). After one of His greatest miracles, Jesus knew an overwhelming need to be alone and pray. The multitude wanted to make Him king, but Jesus wanted to kneel before His Father (cf. John 6:15)

Tuesday, March 5, 2013


1. Multiple choice: When Jesus raised Jairus's daughter, He said, "Talitha, cumi". What did this mean? (a) "Evil spirit, depart"; (b) "Little girl, I say to you, arise"; or (c) "Parents, get her some food".

2. True or false? There were more left-overs from the feeding of the four thousand than from the feeding of the five thousand.

3. Multiple choice: Where did the five thousand sit when Jesus fed them? (a) On the sand; (b) on the green grass; or (c) on rock outcroppings.

1. (b) "Little girl, I say to you, arise"(Mark 5:41).
2. False (Mark 6:43; 8:8).
3. (b) On the green grass (Mark 6:39).

Monday, March 4, 2013


1. Multiple choice: How did the woman with the flow of blood know that she was healed? (a) She felt a surge  of power from Jesus; (b) the people around her cheered and praised God; or (c) she felt in her body that healing had occurred.

2. When Jesus came to Jairus's house, what did He say that caused the mourners to laugh Him to scorn?
(a) "The child is not dead, but sleeping"; (b) "If I had been here the child would not have died"; or (c) "Give the child something to eat".

3. In addition to commanding her to arise, what did Jesus do  when He resurrected Jairus's daughter?

1. (c) She felt in her body that healing had occurred (Mark 5:29).
2. (a) "The child is not dead, but sleeping" (Mark 5:39,49).
3. (c) He took her by the hand (Mark 5:41).

Sunday, March 3, 2013


1. Multiple choice: What did Jairus ask Jesus to do to heal his daughter? (a) Lay His hands on her; (b) speak a healing word; or (c) pray for her.

2. At whose hands had the woman with a flow of blood suffered many things and not gotten better? (a) The priests; (b) exorcists; or (c) physicians.

3. Who came in the crowd behind Jesus and touched His garment? (a) A leper; (b) the woman with a flow of blood; or (c) Zacchaeus.

1. (a) Lay His hands on her (Mark 5:23)
2. (c) Physicians (Mark 5:26).
3. (b) The woman with a flow of blood (Mark 5:27).

Saturday, March 2, 2013


1. Question: What was the name of the demons in the Gadarene demoniac?

2. Multiple choice: When Jesus drove the legion of demons from the demoniac, they asked permission to enter something. What was it? (a) The abyss; (b) the nearby tombs; or (c) a herd of swine.

3. How many swine ran into the sea after Jesus drove the legion of demons from the demoniac at Gadara? (a) Twelve; (b) two hundred; or (c) two  thousand.

1. Legion indicated the vast number of demons in this man. (Mark 5:9).
2. (c) A herd of swine (Mark 5:12).
3. (c) Two thousand. (Mark 5:13).

Friday, March 1, 2013


1. Question: Why did man from Gadara make his dwelling in the tombs?

2. Multiple choice: Why had no one been able to bind the Gadarene demoniac with  chains? (a) Superstition kept area people from the tombs; (b) he was too fast for them; or (c) the demoniac had broken all shackles put on him.

3. What did the Gadarene demoniac do when he saw Jesus?  (a) He attacked Jesus with stones; (b) he tried to hide from Him; or (c) he ran and worshiped Him.

1. He had an unclean spirit. He was demon-possessed (Mark 5:2).
2. (c) The demoniac had broken all shackles put on him (Mark 5:4).
3. (c) He ran and worshiped Him  (Mark 5:6). The worship was not willing adoration but terrified recognition of divine power. This man regarded Jesus as a tormentor, not a deliverer (v.7).