REL 2032.E1 Life and Teachings of Jesus
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REL 2032.E1 Life and Teachings of Jesus
L. F. Massey Ph.D.
Read the following sections of the gospels and answer the questions. Single spacing is acceptable. Maintain the numbering as given.
Sermon On the Mount (Matthew 5:1-7:29).
Write the Beatitudes in your own words.
Give the meaning of: “You are the salt of the earth,” and “You are the light of the world.”
Jesus said the law would not pass away until what happened? Explain.
Summarize the comments Jesus made on divorce and remarriage in Matthew 19:1-12 and Mark 10:1-12.
How should a follower of Christ feel about his enemies?
State the three examples used by Jesus as a warning against doing acts of worship and service “to be seen of men.”
How did Jesus teach against loving material riches?
Why should the follower of Christ not be anxious about food and clothing?
What does it mean to judge others. What did Jesus say about that?
What is the Golden Rule? Explain how it might apply to everyday life.
To where do the narrow way and the broad way lead?
How are false prophets to be recognized?
Give the main lesson in the Parable of the Two Builders.
Messengers from John the Baptist (Luke 7:18-35).
While in prison, what inquiry did John the Baptist make of Jesus?
What confirmation did Jesus return to John?
In what words did Christ eulogize John?
What Old Testament prophet describes John the Baptist? Summarize and give the reference.
How did Johns manner of life compare to that of Jesus?
Woes on Cities (Matthew 11:20-30).
Explain the point of these woes.
Summarize Jesus desire to ease human burden.
Jesus Anointing (Luke 7:36-50).
While Jesus was in the home of Simon a Pharisee, what did a sinful woman do to express her love for the Lord?
What did the Pharisee think of this act?
Explain the lesson of the Parable of the Two Debtors.
Jesus and Beelzebub (Matthew 12:22-45).
How did Jewish leaders attempt to explain Jesus power over demons?
State the three arguments Jesus offered in reply.
What is the meaning of the sign of Jonah?
Kingdom Parables (Matthew 13:1-52).
Why did Christ speak in parables to the multitude?
List the four types of soil in the Parable of the Sower, and explain what they represent.
What is the main thought of the Parable of the Tares?
Give the main lesson of the Parables of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl of Great Price.
Explain the Parable of the Net.
Jesus and His Relatives (Mark 3:20-21; Matthew 12:46-50; 13:53-58).
What did Jesus family think of him during these days?
What truth did Jesus teach in response to his mother and his brothers asking to speak to him?
In Nazareth what did people say about Jesus, based on his roots?
What family did Jesus have, other than his mother? Give names.
Calming the Storm (Mark 4:35-41).
Summarize this remarkable story.
What application might believers make of this to their own lives?
The Gerasene Demoniac (Mark 5:1-20).
What was the demons name and what does it mean?
What did the demon(s) beg Jesus to do?
In what condition was the man after the demon(s) left?
How did the local people feel about it?
Other Miracles (Mark: 5:21-43).
What request did Jairus, the Jewish ruler, make?
Why is the miracle of healing the woman with an issue of blood called “the parenthetical miracle?”
What happened at the house of Jairus?
Sending Out the Twelve (Matthew 10:1-42).
What authority did Jesus give the apostles as He sent them out?
To whom were the apostles sent and with what message to proclaim?
Why were they commanded not to take any money, food, or extra clothing?
What kind of treatment could the apostles expect to receive from the Jews?
Explain: “Think not that I came to send peace, but a sword.”
Explain: “He that finds his life shall lose it; and he that loses his life for my sake shall find it.”
The Demise of John the Baptist (Mark 6:14-29).
What caused Herod to think that Jesus was John the Baptist risen from the dead?
Why did Herod Antipas have John the Baptist beheaded? Summarize the story.
Feeding the Five Thousand (Mark 6:30-44, John 6:1-14).
Why did Jesus and the apostles retire to the east side of the Sea of Galilee?
As evening drew on, why did the disciples want to send the multitude away?
What was Jesus first suggestion as a solution, and how did the disciples respond?
From whom did Jesus obtain the five loaves and two fishes?
How did Jesus arrange the multitude in order that they could be properly served?
What amazing thing is mentioned as an end to this story?
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