Tuesday, December 24, 2013


1. Question: Paul worked at his trade in Corinth to support himself. What was his trade?

2. Fill in the blanks: When the Jews rejected Paul's message in Corinth, he said to them, "Your
--------- be upon your own ---------; I am clean. From now on I will go to the ---------."

3. Multiple choice: Why were Aquila and Priscilla forced out of Rome? (a) They were troublemakers; (b) they were Christians; or (c) they were Jews

1. Paul was a tentmaker (Acts 18:3). It was common for the Jewish rabbis, of which Paul was one, to support themselves through a learned skill or trade. Paul's trade was tent making, which he often practiced on his missionary journeys so he would not have to take money from those to whom he preached.
2. "Blood...heads... Gentiles" (Acts 18:6).
3. (c) They were Jews (Acts 18:2).

1 comment:

Blackberry Lane said...

Wishing you and Bennie many blessings this Christmas Day. Love you.