Sunday School Quiz – 5th July 2020

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#1 Have you watched this week’s lesson?

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#2 Why did Jesus visit the well?

Jesus had been on a long and tiring journey. He had stopped at the well to have a rest and a refreshing drink of water.


#3 Jesus met a woman at the well. Where had the woman come from?

The woman was from a city called Sychar which was in a country called Samaria. People who lived in Samaria were known as Samaritans. You may remember the story of the ‘good Samaritan’ in the Bible from a previous lesson.


#4 Jesus asked the Samarian woman if she could give Him some water to drink. She was very surprised that He had spoken to her in such a friendly way. Why was she surprised?

Jewish people did not speak to, or want to have anything to do with the Samaritans as they did not like them. The woman was therefore very surprised when Jesus spoke to her in a friendly way.


#5 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?

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.

Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission (forgiveness) of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost” Acts Ch. 2 vs 38


#6 Whenever we use water at home it costs money which has to be paid to the water company. What do we owe God if he saves us and gives us His ‘living water’ for ever?

A saved sinner is unable to give God anything. God’s gift of salvation is free and unconditional. He saves His people out of His incredible love for them. A Christian seeks to praise, love and glorify God for His unspeakable gift, desiring to please their loving Father in Heaven.

For by grace are ye saved through faith; and not of yourselves; it is the gift of God; not of works lest any man should boast.” Ephesians Ch. 2 vs 8-9.


#7 The Samarian woman told Jesus that she thought He was a prophet. Why did she think this?

Jesus knew that the woman had been married to five husbands. She knew that no man could have known this unless they were a prophet. The Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, knows everything about all of us. He knows all of the bad things we have ever thought and done (sins). We must therefore turn to Him and plead for His forgiveness and mercy.

“..but all things are naked and opened unto the eyes of him with whom we have to do.” Hebrews Ch. 4 vs 13


#8 Do the things of this world really make you happy or are you always looking for something else to excite or entertain you, with no lasting happiness or joy?

The world is full of sin which becomes more troubling as you get older. People are forever seeking more exciting and fun things to do, but the excitement never lasts, and in the end have nothing to show for their lives. There is only one way to find true peace and happiness in this world, and in the world to come. That is by believing and trusting in the Lord Jesus Christ and ‘drinking’ this Living water.

Then shall the dust (our body) return to the earth as it was: and the spirit (our soul) shall return unto God who gave it. Vanity of vanities, saith the preacher, all is vanity.” Ecclesiastes Ch. 12 vs 7-8


#9 Water washes dirt from the outside of our bodies so we can look clean to others around us. However, we are all dirty and polluted with sin inside, where only Almighty God can see it. How can our sins be cleansed and washed from inside us?

Jesus Christ is the only One who can wash away our sins: we cannot do it ourselves, however good we try to be. King David repented with great sorrow after he had sinned against God and said “Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow” Psalm 51 vs 4


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