Sunday School Quiz – 13th September 2020

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#1 Have you watched the lesson?

Do we really need to ask after all these weeks?!

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#2 Moses was an Israelite (one of God’s people) but after being found by an Egyptian princess as a baby he grew up in the Pharaoh’s palace. What sort of life would Moses have had living there?

Moses was raised as a prince of Egypt and as such enjoyed all that comes with being royalty.

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#3 The rest of the Israelites (God’s people) were kept as slaves in Egypt. What would their lives have been like? (The picture is a big clue!)

The people of Israel were treated cruelly and their lives were difficult with little money and back-breaking work. So Moses’ life and the people’s lives were as different as they could possibly be.

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#4 Moses had to make a decision about how he would live the rest of his life. What decision did he make?

Moses knew that he could not carry on living as an Egyptian because they had no time for God. He loved God and knew that the right place for him was with God’s people.

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#5 Why did Moses decide to join with God’s people rather than stay in the palace?

The same is true for us today. There is nothing in this world – even all its riches, fame and power – that can compare with God’s love.

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#6 Moses saw an Egyptian hurting one of God’s people and whilst trying to defend them Moses ended up killing the Egyptian man. When the Pharaoh found out he tried to find Moses and have him killed but Moses managed to escape. Where did Moses go?

Moses ran away and worked as a shepherd where Pharaoh would not find him. He hid there for 40 years!

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#7 Complete this Bible verse (see Matthew chapter 6 verses ): “Lay not up for yourselves treasures on earth where moth and rust and thieves break through and steal. But lay up for yourselves……..”

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#8 Like Moses, we have a choice to make in our lives. What is the most important choice for us?

Whether we believe in the Lord Jesus and repent of our sins or not is not just the most important choice for our lives, but it is the decision that will decide where we spend eternity after we leave this world. You must choose the Lord today, without waiting another week or even another night.

Remember our chorus:

Choose you this day Whom you will serve,
Choose you this day Whom you will serve;
But as for me, as for me, as for me, as for me,
I will serve the Lord.

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Sunday School Quiz – Slavery in Egypt

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#1 Have you watched the lesson?

Of course you have!

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#2 In our lessons today we were hearing about the Israelites and how they had become slaves. The Bible tells us that we are slaves to Satan (the Devil). What do we all have in our hearts that cause us to be slaves to Satan?

We all have sin in our hearts which separates us from God.

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#3 Why does Satan want us to sin?

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#4 In our lessons we heard how Pharaoh was unhappy at the number of babies being born to the Israelites. What did Pharaoh do to all the baby boys that were born?

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#5 Like the Israelites, our sin will lead us away from the Lord Jesus and only cause us pain and suffering. Complete this bible verse: ‘The wages of sin is …’

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#6 We are all born as sinners. Who is the only person who has NEVER sinned?

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#7 The Lord Jesus is the only person who has lived a perfect life. We know that sin is not allowed into heaven. How is it possible that we can get to heaven?

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Sunday School Quiz – The Son of God

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#1 Have you seen this week’s lesson?

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#2 Over the past weeks we have been learning about someone in a series of lessons. Who have we been learning about?

We have been learning about the Lord Jesus Christ and what He said about Himself.

“And the word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.” John ch 1 vs 14

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#3 We can drink water which quenches our thirst for a little while, but Jesus can give us ‘living water’ so that we will never thirst again. What is this ‘living water’ that only Jesus Christ can give?

He is! Everlasting life given to us when Jesus saves us.  When sinners trust in the Lord Jesus Christ and repent of their sinful lives, He forgives all of their sins and ‘saves’ them from the power of sin and the Devil. He also gives them the Holy Spirit and promises them everlasting life.

 

“ But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life”  John ch 4 vs 14

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#4 Jesus fed many people with just five loaves of bread and two fishes. How many people did the Lord Jesus feed with that food?

Jesus fed 5000 men, without counting the women and children who were with them. This is one of the amazing miracles of Jesus Christ.

 

“So the men sat down, in number about five thousand. And Jesus took the loaves; and when he had given thanks, he distributed to the disciples, and the disciples to them that were sat down; and likewise of the fishes as much as they would. When they were filled, he said unto his disciples, Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost” John ch 6 vs 10 – 12

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#5 The Bible tells us that in one sense we are all blind (spiritually blind). This means that, if we are not Christians and do not have the Lord Jesus as our Lord and Saviour ……

All these are true, and more besides. If we do not know the Lord Jesus Christ for ourselves, we are blind to all the important things in life.

 

“But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost: In whom the god of this world (Satan) hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them” 2 Corinthians ch 4 vs 3-4

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#6 Jesus described Himself as the Good Shepherd. What type of people were shepherds?

Shepherds spent most of their time with their flocks in all weathers and seasons, day and night. There were thieves, wild animals and many other dangers to contend with while they kept their sheep safe, so they were most definitely tough and brave people.

 

“Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture” Psalm 100 vs 3

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#7 Jesus Christ healed Lazarus from the dead and brought him physically back to life. What has Jesus Christ done which is even more amazing and glorious than this?

Jesus Christ lived a perfect, sinless life and then willingly died on the cross in unimaginable pain and suffering so that our sins could be forgiven. He was also resurrected (brought back to life), so that if by His grace (undeserved love) we are enabled to repent and believe on Him, we will have everlasting life with Him in Heaven. What can be more amazing and glorious than this!

 

Jesus said “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God” John ch 3 vs 3

(Once spiritually dead, but ‘born again’ with the Holy Spirit and a new life in Christ)

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#8 Here’s an easy one…Who in the Bible described themselves as “the Way, the Truth and the Life”?

The Lord Jesus Christ said in the bible: “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” John ch 14 vs 6

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#9 If we are a true Christian, our lives will show ‘fruit’. These fruits include:

A true Christian will be changed by God’s love and bear fruit. They will show love, joy, goodness and much more besides. True Christians do still sin, but they will be very sad when they do these things that are wrong and offend the God they love.

 

“But the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.” Galatians ch 5 vs 22-23

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#10 John the Baptist described the Lord Jesus is as the ‘Lamb of God’. What did John say that Jesus would take away?

John the Baptist told the gathered crowds that Jesus would take away the sins of the world, meaning that people from every country around the globe would believe and repent and have their sins taken away.

 

“ The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world” John ch 1 vs 29

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#11 We have learnt about Jesus’ character through His ‘I am’ sayings and His miracles. What do these miracles teach us about God’s character?

The following Bible verses show the answers:

“Thou art the God that doest wonders: thou hast declared thy strength among the people”

Psalm 77 vs 14

 

“But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible”

Matthew ch 19 vs 26

 

“Blessed be the LORD God, the God of Israel, who only doeth wondrous things”

Psalm 72 vs 18

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Sunday School Quiz – The Lamb of God

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Well done. If you remember one thing from today’s quiz it should be that Jesus Christ is the only One who can, and Who is willing to, save you from your sins.

Not the best effort. If you remember one thing from today’s quiz it should be that Jesus Christ is the only One who can, and Who is willing to, save you from your sins.

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#1 Have you watched this week’s lesson?

We shouldn’t need to ask really, should we?!

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#2 John the Baptist described the Lord Jesus is as the Lamb of God. What did John say that Jesus would take away?

John told the gathered crowds that Jesus would take away the sins of the world, meaning that people from every country around the globe would believe and repent and have their sins taken away.

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#3 Who do our lives belong to?

Our lives, just like everything else in His creation, really belong to God, the One Who made us.

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#4 If you borrow something precious and expensive from a friend and don’t take care of it, but break, damage or ruin it, what should you do?

Of course you should admit what you have done and apologise. So it is with our lives, which we have been given by God. If we ruin and spoil what he has given us then we must admit all our wicked ways and say sorry. Only by repenting (turning away from our sinful ways) and trusting in Him can we be saved from all our sin and its consequences.

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#5 Our lives are loaned to us by God and we enjoy all the good things he has made for us. Lots of people live there lives as if God doesn’t exist and rebel against God. What will happen at the end of their life?

Not only will they be without excuse, the Bible tells us that on that last dreadful day of judgement, they will be speechless. But that is not what the Lord God wants. He does not want to have to send people away to hell as punishment for their sins. He is a loving God and longs to save people. Jesus said that every time someone repents and believes that great rejoicing breaks out in Heaven. The Lord God is waiting for you to repent and believe too.

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#6 How do we know the difference between right and wrong?

God’s commandments have been written in the Bible and in our hearts. There really is no excuse for not knowing that we are all sinner and that we all need to be saved.

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#7 Sin is often compared to a disease in the Bible. Why is that?

Sin is a disease of the heart that spreads and worsens as we get older. If we do not get it treated and cured by the Lord Jesus, then it will lead to us being separated from God and all His goodness forever. (That is what ‘death’ means: being separated.)

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#8 Why did John the Baptist call the Lord Jesus as the Lamb of God?

God had taught the people of Israel all about the sacrifice of a coming Saviour through the ritual animal sacrifices of the Old Testament era. Those animals were killed after the people had confessed their sins and put their hands on the animal’s head, showing that sin must be punished by death, but that God would accept the death of another. No one thought that the animal’s death would save them from their sins because they knew that what they were doing pointed to the Lord Jesus Christ – the Lamb of God Who takes away the sins of the world.

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Sunday School Quiz – 16th August 2020

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#1 Have you watched this week’s lesson?

Make sure you have watched the lesson!

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#2 What does a farmer hope to see, when he checks his fruit trees?

A farmer hopes to see that his trees look healthy, that they are growing and producing good fruit.

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#3 What does God love to see, when He looks at our lives?

The Lord God loves to see people who truly believe.  People who only think about the Lord Jesus for a little while on a Sunday, and only pray when they are in trouble, are not real Christians.

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#4 Can I hide my thoughts from the Lord Jesus Christ?

No!  The Lord can see everything in our hearts – we can have no secrets from Him.

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#5 If we are a true Christian, our lives will show ‘fruit’. This includes:

Christians do still sin (often).  But the Lord God gives all Christians a new heart, so that they will become kind, they will love to keep God’s commandments, and they will be very sad when they do things that are wrong.

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#6 Does that mean that if I try to be kind to people, God will let me go to Heaven?

No matter how hard we try, we can never be good enough to please God.  There is only one way we can get to Heaven, and that is by repenting, and believing on the Lord Jesus Christ.  No-one except the Lord Jesus has ever lived a perfect life.

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#7 What will happen to someone who never believes in Jesus, and never bears fruit for Him?

God is full of kindness and love, but He is also holy (perfect).  If someone never cares about the Lord Jesus, God cannot let them in to Heaven.

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#8 This means that I must seek the Lord Jesus:

Seeking the Lord Jesus is too important to put off – we must seek Him now!

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#9 Who is a truly rich person?

A Christian has great riches, including forgiveness of sins, peace with God, a Heavenly Friend, a place in heaven and many others.  These are worth much more than money, and they cannot be taken away.  If someone has lots of money, they may not be very happy, and when they die, it will all be left behind.

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Sunday School Quiz – 9th August 2020

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#1 Have you watched this week’s lesson?

Now let’s get to the quiz proper…

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#2 In our lessons we have been thinking about Heaven. How does the Bible describe Heaven?

God tells us a lot about Heaven in the Bible. We will never be able to fully understand what it is really like, but we can be sure that it is a sinless and glorious place where all suffering and sorrow are absent. The most wonderful thing about Heaven is that God is there.

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#3 Who in the Bible described themselves as ‘The Way, The Truth and The Life’?

The Lord Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.”

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#4 The Bible tells us that God waits to welcome us into Heaven. Who will God allow into Heaven?

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#5 The Bible tells us that we all have sin in our hearts and that the Lord God can not allow sin into Heaven. How is it possible that we can still go to Heaven?

We don’t deserve anything from God. We have broken His commandments and lived lives that offend Him. However, God is love and so He loves sinners and has made a Way for us to be saved and go to Heaven.

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#6 The Bible tells us that we all have sin in our hearts and that the Lord God can not allow sin into Heaven. How is it possible that we can still go to Heaven?

We don’t deserve anything from God. We have broken His commandments and lived lives that offend Him. However, God is love and so He loves sinners and has made a Way for us to be saved and go to Heaven.

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#7 What will happen to those who have not repented of their sins when they die?

Although it may not be something that we like to hear, it is something that we need to hear and God in His great love has given us many warnings. We must repent and believe and escape the punishment that our lives deserve.

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#8 Why are true Christians not afraid of dying?

If God promises something then it is certain because He cannot lie and is never wrong. If He has said that all His people will go to be with Him in Heaven, then they KNOW that they will go there when they leave this world.

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Sunday School Quiz – 2nd August 2020

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#1 Have you watched this week’s lesson?

You must have got the hang of this by now!

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#2 What were Lazarus’ sisters called?

Mary and Martha were Lazarus’s sisters. They both loved their brother and they were all good friends with, and loved Jesus too.

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#3 Which one of Lazarus’s sisters showed greater faith towards Jesus and why?

Martha believed and trusted that Jesus was the Son of God and that he could do anything if He asked His Father in Heaven.

But I know, that even now, whatsoever thou wilt ask of God, God will give it thee”

John Ch.11 V.22

“And Jesus lifted up his eyes, and said, Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard me”

John Ch.11 V.41

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#4 Lazarus had been dead for four days before Jesus arrived. What did Jesus do when he learned that His good friend Lazarus had died?

Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead and brought him back to life. It was a miracle and many of those who witnessed it were amazed and believed that He was the Son of God and became Christians.

Then many of the Jews which came to Mary, and had seen the things which Jesus did, believed on him”

John Ch.11 V.45

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#5 Why did Jesus wait several days before going to bring Lazarus back to life?

If Jesus had gone to Lazarus immediately and healed his sickness before he had died, people would not have been very amazed. But to see Jesus Christ bring Lazarus back to life after he had been dead for many days was truly miraculous. No one but God could have done this.

“But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.”

Matthew Ch.19 V.26

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#6 We are all born with a sickness that no doctor can ever cure – what is this disease that affects us both physically and mentally and will lead to our eternal death in Hell unless we are healed through Gods grace?

Sin. We are all born with a sinful nature and are each responsible for all the sinful things we do and think. God hates sin and unless we turn to God in true heartfelt repentance (a change from living a sinful and selfish life to loving, trusting and glorifying Almighty God) our sin will result in everlasting punishment and separation from God.

Jesus said “I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish”

Luke Ch. 13 V.5

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#7 Jesus Christ healed Lazarus from the dead and brought him physically back to life. What has Jesus Christ done which is even more amazing and glorious than this?

Jesus Christ lived a perfect sinless life and then willingly died on the cross in unimaginable pain and suffering so that our sins could be forgiven. He was also resurrected (brought back to life) by the Holy Spirit (God), so that if by His grace (undeserved love) we are enabled to repent and believe on Him, we will have everlasting life with Him in Heaven. What can be more amazing and glorious than this!

Jesus said “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God”

John Ch.3 v.3

(Once spiritually dead, but ‘born again’ with the Holy Spirit and a new life in Christ)

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#8 How should we think about death?

Death will happen to all of us and we should be very concerned for our souls which will never die. After our physical bodies die, we will have to face Almighty God in judgement and give an account of our lives to Him. We must therefore seek the Lord Jesus Christ with all our heart and trust in His mercy so that our sins may be forgiven and our souls saved from eternal punishment.

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgement”

Hebrews Ch.9 v. 27

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Sunday School Quiz – 26th July

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Well done! One final question: is the Lord Jesus Christ your Good Shepherd?

Hmm, not so good. Before you have another go, here’s one final question: is the Lord Jesus Christ your Good Shepherd?

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#1 Have you watched this week’s lesson?

Just making sure!

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#2 In this week’s lesson, Jesus is described as the Good Shepherd. What type of people were shepherds?

Shepherds spent most of their time with their flocks in all weathers and seasons, day and night. There were thieves, wild animals and many other dangers to contend with while they kept their sheep safe, so they were most definitely tough and brave people.

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#3 Why do sheep need a shepherd?

Sheep without a shepherd would be in a lot of difficulty, especially in a desert country with wild animals and thieves on the prowl, so they depend on their shepherd for everything.

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#4 The Lord Jesus was often followed by a big crowd of people. How did He think of those people?

The Lord Jesus feels the same about us – that we are like sheep without a shepherd. He is full of love and compassion when He sees how much we need Him and longs for us to be part of His flock.

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#5 A shepherd would put his own life at risk to save his sheep. If we are compared to the sheep, what do we need to be saved from?

We are all lost, unfulfilled, injured, in danger and full of sin. There is no one who can cure the disease of sin except the Lord Jesus Christ.

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#6 How has the Lord Jesus saved Christians from sin and death?

It was the only way that sin could be punished and guilty sinners saved from the punishment that they deserve, so the Lord Jesus came into the world to be one of us and to suffer in our place.

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#7 If we are all like sheep, needing the Lord Jesus to be our Good Shepherd to save us, how do we find Him?

We must listen to His call with our hearts as well as our ears.

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#8 How should we respond if we hear the Lord Jesus, the Good Shepherd, calling us?

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Sunday School Quiz – 19th July 2020

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#1 Have you watched this week’s lesson?

Surely you must have got the hang of this by now!

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#2 What is a miracle?

A miracle is definitely NOT magic. Jesus did many miracles – for example, He healed great numbers of sick people.  He even raised people from the dead. Only Jesus (who is the Son of God) could do this.

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#3 What was the matter with the man who met Jesus in today’s lesson?

The man had been blind ever since he was born.

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#4 The Bible tells us that in one sense we are all blind. This means that, if we do not have the Lord Jesus as our Saviour ……

All these are true, and more besides. If we do not know the Lord Jesus Christ for ourselves, we are blind to all the important things in life.

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#5 What did the man have to do, before he could see?

He had to go and wash, and when he went to do that, he showed that he trusted what Jesus had told him to do.

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#6 The Lord Jesus Christ has done everything necessary for us to be saved. What must I do, if I want Jesus to save me.

It is good to come to Sunday school, and to be kind, but those things do not make us a Christian. We must repent (be truly sorry for our sin), and believe in the Lord Jesus.  Then He will save us, for now, and for ever.

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#7 What did the man do next?

He wanted to serve the Lord for the rest of his life. Every Christian is the same – once we know that the Lord Jesus has saved us, we want to please him.

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#8 At the time of this miracle, Jesus said, ‘I am the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ of the world’. The missing word is:

Jesus is the Truth and the Way too, but when He did this miracle, He showed that He truly is the Light of the world.

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