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Jesus was called the “Firstborn” because other children were born to Mary (Matt 13:55 x John 7:5).
True
The distance from Nazareth to Bethlehem is about: (see maps in student manual)
a. 70 miles
b. 170 miles
c. 7 miles
d. 17 miles
a. 70 miles
The distance from Bethlehem to Jerusalem is about: (see maps in student manual)
a. 7 miles
b. 57 miles
c. 170 miles
d. 17 miles
A. Seven miles
Judea is between Samaria and the Galilee. (see maps in student manual)
False
The Jordan River flows from east to west(see maps in student manual)
False
Only Luke mentions the Savior’s actual birth. (see the Harmony in the BD)
True
The Savior was born: (student manual 3-4)
a. 1B.C.
b. 0 A.D.
c. 1 A.D.
d. 4-6 B.C.
A. 1 BC
Who was Zacharias’ wife? (Luke 1:5)
a. Mary
b. Elizabeth
c. She is not named
d. Zebedee
B. Elizabeth
There was no room in the Inn in Bethlehem because (Luke 2:4)
a. King David had a great number of descendants
b. It was a great Jewish feast day and many were in the town
c. Only Jews were allowed in Inns in those days
d. Jesus wanted to be born in a stable
A. King David had a great number of descendants
Luke was present at the Savior’s birth.
False
Zacharias’ son was named by an angel. (Luke 5:13)
T
We Become Sons (or Daughters!) of God by receiving Christ. (John 1:12)
True
Christ was fathered by the Holy Ghost. (John 1:14)
False
) That Jesus and The Father are the same personage is a true fact that the scriptures make clear. (John 17:1-5)
False
Jesus did not exist before He was born. (John 17:5)
False
Noah was Gabriel’s name when he was in mortality (see the BD on “Gabriel”)
True
The angel who spoke to Mary is not named. (Luke 1:26-27)
False
Gabriel told Mary her son’s name was to be Jesus, which is the Greek translation of: (see BD)
a. Jezebel
b. John
c. Joshua
d. Savior
C. Joshua
) Verse 35: The Holy Ghost was the protecting influence Mary needed so that the “power of the Highest” could overshadow her. (Luke 1:35)
True
Zacharias prophesied only about his own son. (Luke 1:68-75)
False
Your conscience is your ability to think
False
The Light of Christ is more than just your “conscience”. (see BD)
True
The Holy Ghost influence people even before the Savior was baptized (Luke 2:25)
True
Noah was Gabriel’s name when he was in mortality (see the BD on “Gabriel”)
True
Although Jesus’ parents were from Nazareth, He never lived there himself. (Luke 2:39-40)
False
The angel who spoke to Mary is not named. (Luke 1:26-27)
False
Mary and Joseph were faithful Jews. (Luke 2:41)
True
Gabriel told Mary her son’s name was to be Jesus, which is the Greek translation of: (see BD)
a. Jezebel
b. John
c. Joshua
d. Savior
C. Joshua
Jesus and his parents kept themselves apart from other people. (Luke 2:43-45)
False
) Verse 35: The Holy Ghost was the protecting influence Mary needed so that the “power of the Highest” could overshadow her. (Luke 1:35)
True
When Jesus was twelve years old, he disappeared while in Jerusalem. (Luke 242-45)
True
Zacharias prophesied only about his own son. (Luke 1:68-75)
False
) It was three days of searching before Mary and Joseph found Jesus in the temple. (Luke 2:46)
True
Your conscience is your ability to think
False
Jesus was no longer required to be obedient to Mary & Joseph after he visited the Jerusalem Temple. (Luke 2:49-51)
False
The Light of Christ is more than just your “conscience”. (see BD)
True
Jesus knew all about the gospel even as a little boy. (Luke 2:52)
False
The Holy Ghost influence people even before the Savior was baptized (Luke 2:25)
True
Although Jesus’ parents were from Nazareth, He never lived there himself. (Luke 2:39-40)
False
Mary and Joseph were faithful Jews. (Luke 2:41)
True
Jesus and his parents kept themselves apart from other people. (Luke 2:43-45)
False
When Jesus was twelve years old, he disappeared while in Jerusalem. (Luke 242-45)
True
) It was three days of searching before Mary and Joseph found Jesus in the temple. (Luke 2:46)
True
Jesus was no longer required to be obedient to Mary & Joseph after he visited the Jerusalem Temple. (Luke 2:49-51)
False
Jesus knew all about the gospel even as a little boy. (Luke 2:52)
False
) “Repent” means to say you’re sorry. (Matt 3:2, see the footnote)
False
“Christ” (see BD)
a. Is Jesus’ last name
b. Is a word Jews were not permitted to say out loud.
c. Means “Anointed One”
d. Tells us that Jesus was from the town of Christos
C. "Anointed One"
Although John the Baptist preached powerfully, only a few people believed him. (Matt 3:5-6)
False
) The Pharisees were strict about obeying the rules of the Jewish law. (BD)
True
The Sadducees were the Jewish aristocracy. (BD)
True
If your Patriarchal Blessing says you are of the seed of Abraham, you will be exalted. (Matt 3:9)
False
According to John “good fruit” is a decent income. (Luke 3:9-11)
false
In the days of John the Baptist, a publican was a bartender. (BD)
False
John the Baptist taught that true disciples could not serve in the military. (Luke 3:14)
False
) John the Baptist had no idea that his “cousin” Jesus might be the Savior. (Matt 3:14)
False
Jesus said that those who were baptized must “suffer”, that is, must suffer pain. (Matt 3:15)
False
We can see from Jesus’ baptism that getting down into water was not part of the ordinance. (Matt 3:16)
False
When Jesus was baptized, His Father spoke out loud from Heaven. (Matt 3:17)
True
) Jesus went into the desert so the devil could tempt him. (Matt 4:1 JST footnote)
False
) “Command these stones to be made bread” is the devil’s appeal about “getting something for nothing”. (Matt 4:3)
True
) “Cast thyself down” is the devil’s appeal about recklessness regarding the commandments. (Matt 4:5-6)
True
“The kingdoms and the glory of them” is the devil’s appeal regarding power and wealth. (Matt 4:8-10)
True
According to the JST corrections in Matthew 4:1-11, Satan was able to take Jesus to different places.
False
Andrew’s brother was (John 1:40)
a. Simon, called Peter
b. Zebedee
c. Zacharias
d. Jesus
Simon, Called Peter
Cana is a city in
a. Judea
b. Jerusalem
c. Samaria
d. Galilee
Galilee
Cana is famous because Jesus
a. healed a woman who was to be married
b. invented wine
c. changed water to wine
d. and his mother attended a marriage feast
changed water to wine
) After the miracle at Cana, Jesus went to Capernaum because his father was there. (BD)
False
To go from Cana to Jerusalem, you would have to travel about
a. 70 miles
b. 7 miles
c. 170 miles
d. 1700 miles
70 miles
Jesus was meek and mild and never acted harshly toward anyone. (John 2:14-16)
False
) When Jesus cleansed the temple, he claimed the right to do so because the temple was his. (John 2:16)
False
While Jesus was in Jerusalem, besides cleansing the temple, all He did was preach the true gospel. (John 2:23)
False
Nicodemus was
a. a Jewish ruler
b. a Pharisee
c. afraid to be seen asking Jesus questions
d. all of the above
d. all of the above
Nicodemus understood the need to be born again. (John 3:4)
false
You can be LDS and still not enter into the Kingdom of God. (John 3:3,5)
true
) John 3:16 shows that the Father and the Son are One Being.
false
People love darkness because (John 3:19)
a. it is safer than being in the sunlight
b. dark skin is better than light skin
c. their deeds are evil
d. it means it’s time to have a rest
their deeds are evil
Actually, Jesus never baptized anybody. (John 3:22)
false
The publicans were among those who hated Jesus the most. (Luke 5:29)
false
Matthew’s Jewish name was Levi
a. Which shows he was the inventor of Levi jeans
b. And he was the writer of the Gospel of Matthew
c. And he was a tax collector
d. Both b & c
d. both b and c
To the Pharisees the most impressive event of the man with the palsy was that
a. he came down through the roof
b. the man had friends
c. the Lord forgave his sins
d. the Lord healed him
d. the Lord healed him
Simon and Andrew had partners in the fishing business: (Luke 5:10)
a. James and Joses
b. James and John
c. James and Paul
d. James and Saul
James and John
Simon refused to go fishing again after a whole night of failure to catch anything. (Luke 5:5)
false
Jesus expected people to come to him, so he didn’t wander about the towns in Galilee. (Luke 4:44)
false
) One thing is sure, the devils have no idea who the Savior is. (Luke 4:33)
false
The people of Nazareth were thrilled to have Jesus among them, teaching them. (Luke 4: 28-30)
false
Jesus, being an uneducated son of a carpenter did not impress the Jews with his speaking ability. (Luke 4:22)
false
Jesus was modest and never claimed that He was the Messiah. (John 4:26)
true
Jesus honored this woman because he called her “Woman”. (John 4:21)
true?
Jesus never wasted his time talking to people living in sin. (John 4:18)
false
John, the Apostle, stayed to hear the interchange between Jesus and the Samaritan woman.(John 4:8)
false
John, the Apostle, stayed to hear the interchange between Jesus and the Samaritan woman.(John 4:8)
false
Jesus had been waiting at the Samaritan well for 6 hours.(John 4:6)
false
Jesus visited Samaria because
a. It was on the way to the Galilee
b. The Samaritan Woman was there
c. The Holy Ghost inspired Him
d. The Devil tempted Him
a. it was on the way to Galilee
) The Samaritans are a mysterious people and little is known about them. (BD)
false
) Anyone who claims authority to baptize others should be able to prove he has such authority from heaven and not from men. (John 3:27)
true