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According to Luke Chapter 23...

1. Which of these accusations were made against Jesus in Luke chapter twenty-three?
a. Jesus was perverting a nation.
b. Jesus was forbidding paying taxes to Caesar, saying that He Himself is Christ, a King.
c. Both of these accusations were made.
1. C (Luke 23:2)
2. In Luke chapter twenty-three, after Jesus answered Pilate's question of "Are You the King of
the Jews" with "It is as you say," what did Pilate say to the chief priests and the crowd?
a. "You are correct that this Man is a blasphemer, but He has done nothing against Rome."
b. "I find no fault in this Man."
c. "This Man is guilty of treason, for He admits that He is the King of the Jews."
2. B (Luke 23:3-4)
3. In Luke chapter twenty-three, to whom did Pilate send Jesus after learning that He is a
a. Herod.
b. The governor.
c. The chief priest.
3. A (Luke 23:6-7)
4. In Luke chapter twenty-three, why did Herod want to see Jesus?
a. Herod wanted to kill Jesus because He was more popular than Herod.
b. Herod had heard many things about Jesus, and wanted to see Him perform a miracle.
c. Herod was afraid that Jesus was the resurrected John the Baptist.
4. B (Luke 23:8)
5. In Luke chapter twenty-three, what happened after Herod and his men of war mocked Jesus,
arrayed Him in a gorgeous robe, and sent Him back to Pilate?
a. Herod and Pilate became friends.
b. Herod and Pilate became enemies.
c. Herod and Pilate continued to send Jesus back and forth between them.
5. A (Luke 23:11-12)
6. According to Luke chapter twenty-three, who found fault with Jesus?
a. Pilate.
b. Herod.
c. Neither of them found fault with Him.
6. C (Luke 23:14-15)
7. In Luke chapter twenty-three, when Pilate proclaimed that he would only chastise Jesus and
then release Him, who did the crowd want to be released instead?
a. Barnabas.
b. Barabbas.
c. Barsabbas.
7. B (Luke 23:16-18)
8. What was the desire of the crowd at Jesus' trial in Luke chapter twenty-three?
a. "Crucify Him, crucify Him!"
b. "Punish Him, punish Him!"
c. "Destroy Him, destroy Him!"
8. A (Luke 23:21)
9. Who was made to bear Jesus' cross after Him in Luke chapter twenty-three?
a. Simon the Zealot.
b. Simon the Cyrenian.
c. Simon the Cypriot.
9. B (Luke 23:26)
10. Fill in the blank in Jesus' words to the mourning women in Luke chapter twenty-three:
"Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for Me, but weep for ________________________."
a. "Your sins."
b. "My mother."
c. "Yourselves and for your children."
10. C (Luke 23:27-28)
11. In Luke chapter twenty-three, at what place were Jesus and two criminals crucified?
a. Calvary.
b. Cavalry.
c. Chalcedon.
11. A (Luke 23:33)
12. Of the three men crucified in Luke chapter twenty-three, where was Jesus' cross positioned?
a. On the left.
b. In the middle.
c. On the right.
12. B (Luke 23:33)
13. Fill in the blank in Jesus' words from Luke chapter twenty-three: "Then Jesus said, 'Father,
forgive them, ____________________.' And they divided His garments and cast lots."
a. "For they are only doing what was foretold."
b. "For they are blind to the truth."
c. "For they do not know what they do."
13. C (Luke 23:34)
14. In Luke chapter twenty-three, what inscription was written over Jesus on the Cross?
14. B (Luke 23:38)
15. Who said the following when Jesus was blasphemed while hanging from the Cross in Luke
chapter twenty-three: "Do you not even fear God, seeing you are under the same condemnation?
And we indeed justly, for we receive the due reward of our deeds; but this Man has done nothing
a. One of the crucified thieves.
b. A Roman soldier.
c. A member of the crowd.
15. A (Luke 23:40-41)
16. How did Jesus respond to the repentant thief in Luke chapter twenty-three?
a. "You have said rightly."
b. "Assuredly, I say to you, today you will be with Me in Paradise."
c. He gave no response, for He had already died.
16. B (Luke 23:43)
17. In Luke chapter twenty-three, during what time period was there darkness over all the earth?
a. From the third hour to the sixth hour.
b. From the sixth hour to the ninth hour.
c. From the ninth hour to the twelfth hour.
17. B (Luke 23:44)
18. According to Luke chapter twenty-three, what did Jesus say just before He breathed His last?
a. "Father, into Your hands I commit My spirit."
b. "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?"
c. "He said to his mother, 'Dear woman, here is your son,' and to the disciple, 'Here is your
18. A (Luke 23:46)
19. In Luke chapter twenty-three, who said the following when Jesus died: "Certainly this was a
righteous Man!"
a. A slave.
b. A Pharisee.
c. A centurion.
19. C (Luke 23:47)
20. In Luke chapter twenty-three, who asked Pilate for Jesus' body and laid His body in a tomb?
a. Joseph of Arimathea.
b. Nicodemus.
c. Zacchaeus.
20. A (Luke 23:50-53)
21. In Luke chapter twenty-three, what did the women who had come with Jesus from Galilee do
after His death?
a. They observed the tomb and how Jesus' body was laid.
b. They returned and prepared spices and fragrant oils.
c. They did both of these things.
21. C (Luke 23:55-56)