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According to Luke Chapter 6...

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1. According to Luke chapter six, what were Jesus and His disciples doing as they walked
through the grainfield?
a. Trampling down the grain to prophesy the destruction of Jerusalem.
b. Leaving the grain for the poor.
c. Plucking the heads of grain and eating them.
1. C (Luke 6:1)
2. According to Luke chapter six, why did some of the Pharisees object to Jesus and His disciples
plucking the grain?
a. Because such activity is unlawful on the Sabbath.
b. Because the disciples did not leave the grain for the poor.
c. Because eating uncooked grain is against the Law.
2. A (Luke 6:2)
3. According to Luke chapter six, who went into the house of the Lord and ate the showbread that
was lawful only for the priests?
a. Elijah.
b. David.
c. Joshua.
3. B (Luke 6:3-4)
4. According to Jesus in Luke chapter six, who is Lord of the Sabbath? Choose the exact phrase.
a. "The Son of God."
b. "The Son of Man."
c. "The Son of Righteousness."
4. B (Luke 6:5)
5. In Luke chapter six, Jesus enters a synagogue and encounters a man with at least one hand
withered. Which hand (or hands) was withered?
a. The man's right hand.
b. The man's left hand.
c. Both hands were withered.
5. A (Luke 6:6)
6. Fill in the blank in Jesus' words in Luke chapter six: "Then Jesus said to them, 'I will ask you
one thing: Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil, to save life or to ___________?'"
a. "Kill."
b. "Take life."
c. "Destroy."
6. C (Luke 6:9)
7. According to Luke chapter six, what did Jesus do before He called His disciples?
a. He prayed all night on the mountain.
b. He fasted for seven days.
c. He sent each potential disciple out to fast and pray.
7. A (Luke 6:12)
8. Which of these individuals was NOT one of the twelve disciples listed in Luke chapter six?
a. Bartholomew.
b. Mark.
c. Simon called the Zealot.
8. B (Luke 6:14-16)
9. According to Luke chapter six, Tyre and Sidon were located near what?
a. Mount Sinai.
b. The Negev.
c. The seacoast.
9. C (Luke 6:17)
10. Fill in the blank in this Beatitude from Luke chapter six: "Blessed are you poor, For
______________."
a. "Yours is the kingdom of God."
b. "For you shall be filled."
c. "For indeed your reward is great in heaven."
10. A (Luke 6:20)
11. According to the Beatitudes in Luke chapter six, who also was hated, excluded, reviled, and
cast out?
a. The prophets.
b. The patriarchs.
c. The priests.
11. A (Luke 22-23)
12. According to the Beatitudes in Luke chapter six, Jesus pronounces woe upon those of whom
people speak well, because of whom did the fathers of those people also speak well?
a. The judges.
b. The kings.
c. The false prophets.
12. C (Luke 6:26)
13. Fill in the blank in Jesus' words from Luke chapter six: "But I say to you who hear:
__________________________, do good to those who hate you."
a. "Pray for all people."
b. "Love your enemies."
c. "Do not attack your enemies."
13. B (Luke 6:27)
14. According to Jesus in Luke chapter six, even WHO loves those who love them? Choose the
exact phrase.
a. The greedy.
b. The ignorant.
c. Sinners.
14. C (Luke 6:32)
15. Fill in the blank in Jesus' words in Luke chapter six: "But love your enemies, do good, and
lend, hoping for nothing in return; and your reward will be great, and you will be
_______________________. For He is kind to the unthankful and evil."
a. "Blessed in heaven."
b. "Sons of the Most High."
c. "Loved by God."
15. B (Luke 6:35)
16. Which of these is NOT a statement made by Jesus in Luke chapter six?
a. "Attack not, and you shall not be attacked.
b. "Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned."
c. "Forgive, and you will be forgiven."
16. A (Luke 6:37)
17. According to Luke chapter six, can the blind lead the blind without both falling into a ditch?
a. Yes.
b. No.
c. This parable did not appear in the Gospel according to St. Luke.
17. B (Luke 6:39)
18. Choose the exact words that are missing from this passage in Luke chapter six: "And why do
you look at the _________ in your brother's eye, but do not perceive the _________ in your own
eye?"
a. Speck, plank.
b. Branch, plank.
c. Speck, branch.
18. A (Luke 6:41)
19. According to Jesus in Luke chapter six, every tree is known by what?
a. Its roots.
b. Its leaves.
c. Its fruit.
19. C (Luke 6:44)
20. According to Luke chapter six, whoever comes to Jesus, hears His sayings and does them, is
like what?
a. A man who builds his house upon a mountain.
b. A man who builds his house on a foundation laid on rock.
c. A man who builds his house on the earth without a foundation.
20. B (Luke 6:48-49)
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