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How old was Jesus (about) when he began his mission?
30 years old
Which other men had profound changes when they turned 30?
1. Joseph
2. Levite
3. David
4. Scribes
What are the 2 obstacles believed by jews to be placed by the devil to Jesus?
1. mentally and physically (illness)
2. Incite rebellion against God
What are the 4 names of the personification of evil?
1. satan
2. devil
3. demons
4. angel of light
what are the 3 avenues of sin?
1. lust of eyes
2. lust of flesh
3. pride of life
How does the devil try to tempt jesus in the third temptation?
He quotes scripture
What is the importance of Peter as an apostle?
he is the first and most prominent of the 12
Who was the first Martyr among the apostles?
James
How many books did John, the brother of James, write?
5 in the new testament
What was the job of Matthew?
tax collector
what is the other name given to Matthew?
Levi
Who is the apostle whom later asks to see the nail prints and spear thrust after the resurrection?
Thomas
Who was missing (of the apostles) from the Acts account? Why?
Judas Iscariot; he was dead because he hanged himself after Jesus' arrest
Who were the first 5 disciples?
1. Andrew
2. John
3. Cephas (also called simon peter)
4. Phillip
5. Nathaneal
What was Jesus' first miracle?
turning water to wine
How long was Jesus' galilean ministry?
16 months
What were the 3 concerns in Jesus' ministry?
1. progressive self-disclosure to the public
2. gradual training of the 12
3. Hostility of religious leaders
Who was the Israelite apostle?
Nathaneal
Which scripture does Jesus use to conquer temptation?
Deuteronomy 8:3
Define Synagogue
they couldn't meet in the temple so they meet in a synagogue for a place to praise, pray, and read scripture. Established after babylonian war.
Where is the Greek scroll quoted from the septuagent?
isaiah
Capernaum was the home of:
1........
2........
3........
1. matthew
2. peter
3. andrew
_______ was Jesus' headquarters
Caperaum
Define Demons
Foreign gods, inferior spirit beings, those ruled by satan, gods of gentiles
Which apostle was married?
simon peter
Define Demons
Foreign gods, inferior spirit beings, those ruled by satan, gods of gentiles
Which apostle was married?
simon peter
Why was it ok to bring the sick to jesus on the sabbath after sunset?
because after sunset begins Sunday, which is not the sabbath
Why was it ok to bring the sick to jesus on the sabbath after sunset?
because after sunset begins Sunday, which is not the sabbath
What are the 2 missions of jesus' ministry?
1. to share the gospel first
2. to take care of people's needs
What are the 2 missions of jesus' ministry?
1. to share the gospel first
2. to take care of people's needs
Who were in the "inner circle of disciples"?
Peter Simon Cephus, James, and John
Who were in the "inner circle of disciples"?
Peter Simon Cephus, James, and John
Who brought John to Jesus?
Andrew
Who brought Peter to Jesus?
Andrew
What are 3 symbolic meanings of the word "sea"?
1. chaos
2. dwelling place of leviathon
3. separation from God
Why did the disciple leave everything and follow Jesus?
because he practiced what he preached
What is Jesus' primary mission?
to bring God to man
Define Scribes
keepers of the law
Define Pharisees
Separated ones
Does Jesus believe in retributive Justice?
no
How does Jesus refer to himself?
as the son of man
Define Sanhedrin
ecclesiastical ruling body
How did John's disciples feel about Jesus?
they were jealous of his disciples
What does John's baptism symbolize?
repentence
What does John's baptism symbolize?
holy spirit
What happened to John's disciples after Jesus?
they continued John's ministry
How often does the Jewish law command jews to fast?; how often DID they fast?
once a year; 2 times/week--2nd and 5th days
What does the term "apostle" literally mean?
one sent
What does the deuteronomic provision for the poor mean?
that if you were poor it is ok to pick some fruit from your neighbors' harvest but just enough for that immediate need
the immediate _____ of the _____ come ____ the ____ ____.
the immediate needs of the people come before the rigid laws
What is the main difference between Matthew and Luke's "blessings"?
Matthew=spiritual aspect and Luke=Social aspect
Name 3 reasons to rejoice in persecution
1. Rewards in heaven
2. Identified in heaven
3. identified with the lord
What 2 principals does Luke 6:30-31 set forth?
1. Help others without expecting anything in return
2. Do unto others as you would have them do to you
What are 3 dangerous characteristics of judging?
1. Pride
2. Double Standards
Define Centurion
captain over 100 men in an army
What is a God-fearer?
a convert to Jewish faith
dirigere (imperf)
dirigevo,-i,-a
dirigevamo dirigevate dirigevano
1 Kings 17:22
Elijah raises child of widow
2 Kings 4:33-36
Elisha raises woman from dead
2 Kings 13:21
Elisha raises
Acts 9:36-42
Peter raises Tabitha/Dorcas
Acts 20:9-10
Paul raised a sleeping guy from the dead
Joanna is the wife of whom?
Cuza, Herod's steward.