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Practice Set 17B - COMPLETE
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According to Luke 1:19, the angel told Mary, "I am Gabriel, who stands in the presence of God." What did he tell Mary that he had been sent to do? (2 pts.)
1. Speak to you.
2. Give you these glad tidings.
According to Luke 1:52, what has God done to the mighty, and what has He done for the lowly? (2 pts.)
1. Put them down from their thrones.
2. Exalted them.
According to Luke 1:76-77, Zacharias said that John would go before the face of the Lord to prepare His ways, "to give knowledge of ______ to His people by the ______ of their ______..." (3 pts.)
According to Luke 2:21, "and when eight days were completed for the circumcision of the Child, His name was called Jesus." When had this name been given to Him by the angel?
Before He was conceived in the womb.
According to Luke 2:23, fill in the blanks: "...as it is written in the law of the Lord, 'Every ______ who opens the ______ shall be called ______ to the Lord.'" (3 pts.)
According to Luke 2:35, what did Simeon say would pierce through Mary's own soul?
According to Luke 2:46-47, when Jesus' parents found Jesus in the temple, listening to the teachers and asking them questions, all who heard Him were astonished at WHAT? (2 pts.)
1) His understanding and 2) answers.
According to Luke 3:6, what shall all flesh see?
The salvation of God.
According to Luke 3:16, John said that One mightier than he was coming--so much mightier, in fact, that he (John) was not worthy to do what?
Loose His sandal strap.
According to Luke 3:2, who were the high priests at the time when the word of God came to John the son of Zacharias in the wilderness?
According to Luke 3:32, who were the father, son, and grandson of Amminadab? (3 pts.)
1. Ram (Father)
2. Nahshon (Son)
3. Salmon (Grandson)
According to Luke 4:1, Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness when He returned from where?
According to Luke 4:25, many widows were in Israel in the days of what prophet?
According to Luke 4:28-29, fill in the blanks: "So all those in the _______, when they heard these things, were filled with _______, and rose up and _______ Him out of the city; and they led Him to the _______ of the _______ on which their city was built, that they might throw Him down over the _______." (6 pts.)
According to Luke 4:38, Simon's wife's mother had what type (or symptom) of illness?
A high fever.
According to Luke 5:13, what did Jesus say in response to the leper who implored, "Lord, if you are willing, You can make me clean"?
I am willing; be cleansed.
According to Luke 5:15, after Jesus healed the leper, "the report went around concerning Him all the more, and great multitudes came together." For what purposes did they seek Jesus? Be specific. (2 pts.)
1. To hear.
2. To be healed by Him of their infirmities.
According to Luke 5:32, fill in the blanks: "I have not come to call the ________, but ________, to ________." (3 pts.)
According to Luke 5:35, when will the friends of the bridegroom fast?
When the bridegroom is taken away from them.
According to Luke 6:5, Who is Lord of the Sabbath?
The Son of Man.
According to Luke 6:16, fill in the names of the disciples in this verse: "______ the son of ______, and ______ ______ who also became a ______." (5 pts.)
According to Luke 6:35, what things should you do, "hoping for nothing in return"? (3 pts.)
1. Love your enemies.
2. Do good.
According to Luke 7:7, because the centurion did not think himself worthy to come to Jesus, what did he ask Jesus to do, and what did he know would happen? (2 pts.)
1. Say the word.
2. My servant will be healed.
According to Luke 7:25, where are those who are gorgeously appareled and live in luxury?
In kings' courts.
According to Luke 7:41, In the parable that Jesus told Simon, how much did each of the debtors owe to the creditor? (2 pts.)
1. Five hundred denarii.
2. Fifty denarii.
According to Luke 8:6, why did the seed that fell on the rock wither away?
Because it lacked moisture.
According to Luke 8:29, fill in the blanks: "For He had commanded the _______ spirit to come out of the man. For it had often _______ him, and he was kept under _______, bound with _______ and _______; and he broke the bonds and was driven by the demon into the _______." (6 pts.)
According to Luke 8:41, what position did Jairus hold?
Ruler of the synagogue.
According to Luke 9:12, the twelve suggested that Jesus send the multitude away into the surrounding towns and country for what two purposes? (2 pts.)
1. To lodge.
2. To get provisions.
According to Luke 9:26, Jesus said, "Whoever is ashamed of Me and My words, of him the Son of Man will be ashamed" when He comes in whose glory? (3 pts.)
1. His own.
2. His Father's.
3. The holy angels'.
According to Luke 9:48, Jesus said that he who is least among you will be what?
According to Luke 10:2, what did Jesus say is "truly great," and what are "few"? (2 pts.)
1. The harvest.
2. The laborers.
According to Luke 10:24, fill in the blanks: "For I tell you that many ________ and ________ have ________ to see what you see, and have not ________ it, and to hear what you hear, and have not ________ it." (5 pts.)
According to Luke 10:20, Jesus said, "Nevertheless do not rejoice in THIS... but rather rejoice because your names are written in heaven." Define THIS.
That the spirits are subject to you.
According to Luke 11:39, what do the Pharisees "make clean"? Be specific.
The outside of the cup and dish.
According to Luke 11:43, what do the Pharisees love? (2 pts.)
1. The best seats in the synagogues.
2. Greetings in the marketplaces.
According to Luke 11:25, when an unclean spirit goes out of a man, then decides to return to the house from which he came, in what condition does he find it when he returns? (2 pts.)
1) Swept and 2) put in order.
According to Luke 11:13, Jesus said that even those who are "evil" know how to give WHAT to their children?
According to Luke 12:9, Jesus said that he who denies Him before men will be denied before whom?
The angels of God.
According to Luke 12:17, what did the man with the plentiful harvest decide to do in order to store all his crops and goods? (2 pts.)
1. Pull down his barns.
2. Build greater.
According to Luke 12:35, fill in the blanks: "Let your _____ be _____ and your lamps _____." (3 pts.)
According to Luke 12:48, fill in the blanks: "For everyone to whom much is ______, from him much will be ______; and to whom much has been ______, of him they will ask the ______." (4 pts.)
According to Luke 13:11, "There was a woman who a spirit of infirmity eighteen years." What type of "infirmity" did she have? (2 pts.)
1) She was bent over and 2) could in no way raise herself up.
According to Luke 13:21, a woman took leaven and hid it where?
In three measures of meal
According to Luke 13:25, when the Master of the house has risen up and shut the door, those outside will knock at the door. What will they say?
Lord, Lord, open for us.
According to Luke 14:20, those invited to the great supper gave various excuses. One said he had bought a piece of ground; another said he had bought five yoke of oxen. er said, ' and therefore I cannot come.' What excuse did the third invited guest give?
I have married a wife.
According to Luke 14:27, Jesus said whoever does not do two things cannot be His disciples. Name those things.
1. Bear his cross.
2. Come after me.
According to Luke 14:24, fill in the blanks: "For I say to you that none of those men who were invited shall ______ my ______." (2 pts.)
According to Luke 14:35, what do men do with salt that has lost its flavor, and is fit neither for the land nor for the dunghill?
They throw it out.
According to Luke 15:8, if a woman has ten silver coins and loses one, what does she do? (3 pts.)
1. Lights a lamp.
2. Sweeps the house.
3. Searches carefully until she finds it.
According to Luke 15:12, when the younger son said, "Father, give me the portion of goods that falls to me," what did the father do?"
Divided to them his livelihood.
According to Luke 15:32, fill in the blanks: "It was right that we should make ______ and be ______, for your brother was ______ and is ______ again, and was ______ and is ______." (6 pts.)
According to Luke 16:6, what did the unjust steward say to the man who owed his master a hundred measures of oil? (3 pts.)
1) Take your bill, and 2) sit down quickly and 3) write fifty.
According to Luke 16:12, fill in the blanks: "And if you have not been ______ in what is another ______, who will give you what is your ______?" (3 pts.)
According to Luke 16:18, whoever divorces his wife and marries another, or marries her who is divorced, commits what?
According to Luke 16:21, the beggar Lazarus desired to be fed with what? Be specific.
The crumbs which fell from the rich man's table.
According to Luke 17:3, what should you do if your brother sins against you, and what should you do if he repents? (2 pts.)
1. Rebuke him.
2. Forgive him.
According to Luke 17:19, Jesus said to the Samaritan who returned to thank Him, "Arise, go your way. Your ________ has made you well."
According to Luke 17:31, in the day when the Son of Man is revealed, what should one who is in the field NOT do?
According to Luke 18:7, fill in the blanks: "And shall God not ______ His own ______ who cry out ______ and ______ to Him, though He ______ long with them?" (5 pts.)
According to Luke 18:13, the tax collector, standing afar would not so much as raise his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast. What did he say?
God, be merciful to me a sinner!
According to Luke 18:22, Jesus told the certain ruler to sell all that he had, distribute it to the poor, and come follow Him. When the ruler heard this, what was his reaction?
He became very sorrowful.
According to Luke 18:28, fill in the blanks: "Then Peter said, 'See, we have ______ _______ and _______ You.'" (3 pts.)
According to Luke 19:4, because of his short stature and because of the crowd, what did Zaccheus do in order to see Jesus? (2 pts.)
1) Ran ahead and 2) climbed up into a sycamore tree.
According to Luke 19:15, fill in the blanks: "And so it was that when he returned, having received the _______, he then commanded these _______, to whom he had given the _______, to be called to him, that he might know how much every man had gained by _______." (4 pts.)
According to Luke 19:45, Jesus went into the temple and began to drive out whom?
Those who bought and sold in it.
According to Luke 19:47-48, as Jesus was teaching daily in the temple, the chief priests, the scribes, and the leaders of the people sought to destroy Him. Why were they were unable to do anything?
All the people were very attentive to hear Him.
According to Luke 20:34, who "marry and are given in marriage"?
The sons of this age.
According to Luke 20:13, after three servants had been mistreated by the vinedressers, the owner of the vineyard decided to send his beloved son. What did the owner think the vinedressers would "probably" do?
Respect him (the son).
According to Luke 20:27, what group denied that there is a resurrection?
According to Luke 20:39-40, some of the scribes answered Jesus and said, "Teacher, You have spoken well." After that, what did they not dare to do anymore?
According to Luke 21:9, Jesus said that when you hear of ________ and _________, do not be terrified; for these things must come to pass first, but the end will not come immediately. (2 pts.)
According to Luke 21:16, Jesus told his followers that they would be betrayed even by whom? (4 pts.)
According to Luke 21:24, Jesus said that Jerusalem would be trampled by Gentiles until what happens?
The times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.
According to Luke 22:6, Judas sought opportunity to betray Jesus in the absence of what?
According to Luke 22:64, fill in the blanks: "And having _______ Him, they _______ Him on the _______ and asked Him, saying, '_______! Who is the one who _______ You?'" (5 pts.)
According to Luke 22:25, Jesus said that the kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them. What are those who exercise authority over them called?
According to Luke 22:29-30, Jesus said, "I bestow upon you a kingdom, just as My Father bestowed one upon Me, that you may eat and drink at My table in My kingdom, and sit on thrones..." What would they be doing there?
Judging the twelve tribes of Israel.
According to Luke 23:14, Pilate said, "You have brought this Man to me, as one who _______ the _______." (2 pts.)
According to Luke 23:15-16, since Pilate had determined Jesus had done nothing deserving of death, what two things did he want to do to Him? (2 pts.)
1. Chastise Him.
2. Release Him.
According to Luke 23:46, what did Jesus say immediately before he "breathed His last"?
"Father, 'into Your hands I commit My spirit."
According to Luke 24:10-11, when Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James, and the other women returned from the tomb, their words seemed like WHAT to the apostles?
According to Luke 24:17, fill in the blanks: "And He said to them, 'What kind of _______ is this that you have with one another as you _______ and are _______?'" (3 pts.)
According to Luke 24:31, after Jesus vanished, the disciples said to one another, "Did not our heart burn within us" while Jesus had done what two things? (2 pts.)
1. Talked with us on the road.
2. Opened the Scriptures to us.
According to the SDA Bible Commentary on Luke, p. 663, who spoke of Paul as the "illuminator" of Luke?
According to the SDA Bible Commentary on Luke, p. 663, referring to the Book of Acts, "it appears that the author was associated with Paul during the pioneer days of the gospel in _______, was with him on his final visit to _______, and accompanied him on his voyage to ______." (3 pts.)
3. Rome. (G2)
According to the SDA Bible Commentary on Luke, p. 664, what two places have some suggested as the location where Luke wrote? (2 pts.)
2. Rome. (G3)
According to the SDA Bible Commentary on Luke, p. 664, the abrupt ending of the book of Acts is generally considered to be evidence that the book was written during what event in Paul's life?
His first imprisonment in Rome. (G4)
According to the SDA Bible Commentary on Luke, p. 664, "He (Luke) was evidently a man of ________ and ________, acquainted with ________ literary style." (3 pts.)
3. Contemporary. (G5)
According to the SDA Bible Commentary on Luke, p. 665, "in Luke there is scarcely a trace of Jewish exclusiveness." In which two gospels may this "exclusiveness" be detected occasionally? (2 pts.)
2. Mark. (G6)
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