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Jack Wellman March 20, 2013 at 1:38 pm

Fine work here sir. I was tempted to quiz the church that I am under-shepherd of until I could not myself answer all 20 of them from memory. Great timing for this. Thank you. These are important to know and reminders of just how much He paid for us who are unworthy servants.

Keith Thompson March 22, 2013 at 6:28 pm

Nice quiz! Missed a couple 🙁
I ran across a wonderful little Easter Men’s devotional called “Easter – Beyond the Bunny”. The writer has a very witty way, and you can see his blog at http: //alifeworthy. net. Worth a look!

Patricia Schneider March 23, 2013 at 8:21 pm

Great questions, Mr. Peach! Only got 16 correct, though.
A blessed Easter for you and your family!
Always in Christ, Jesus…Patty

david parham March 30, 2013 at 9:08 am

i am curious, are the four you missed, Patricia, these?
>#5 – …name of the high priest’s servant…
>#13- …the names of [cross-carrying] Simon’s two sons.

Patricia Schneider March 30, 2013 at 5:03 pm

Hello, David!
Question numbers 4, 5, 10 and 13 were the ones I couldn’t answer. (How did you know I might have missed #5 and #13?)
Glad the answers were there! LOL!

Started an online Bible Study last year after discovering this website, “What Christians Want To Know.” Have read the Bible over the years, never actually studied it in earnest nor applied it to my daily life before. (Did have an extensive study course of the New Testament in Catholic High School…no longer practice the Catholic faith. The course had mainly to do with the similarities between Matthew, Mark, Luke & John. Many of us in the class failed ’cause we find the task boring and irrelevant. Sr. Rita was VERY, VERY disappointed in us!)

Did learn one thing…the Book of Luke is the most descriptive in telling about Jesus and His ministry. For instance, in Luke, he includes what Jesus said to the one thief on the cross about being in Paradise with Him that day. Matthew and Mark say that BOTH thieves ridiculed Jesus along with the soldiers & passerby’s. Can’t find anything in John about the thieves, unless I overlooked it. (Have a bad habit of reading too fast to get to the gist of a paragraph, since re-reading the Bible, have been working on that!)
Can you explain the discrepancies, David? Why would Luke know what Jesus said on the cross, and not the others?
Tomorrow is Resurrection Sunday! A glorious time for you and your family, David. For all of us, amen!
Always in Christ, Jesus…Patty

Daniel D Dapaah March 31, 2013 at 1:19 am

Nyc write up. Gave us sth gud to thnk about. I also wonder how the Bible could tell us d words in somebody’s personal prayer. John 17 as an example except, of course, by divine insight frm above.

BJ Emmons March 30, 2015 at 9:42 am

Thanks for this great information. I teach older adults and just knew they would know all the answers, but guess what none of us did. Great lesson for the class. They always enjoy being able to participate.

Cindie Audia March 22, 2018 at 10:25 am

Thank you for this study. We used it to prepare for Easter at our skilled nursing/rehab community and it was a great way to prepare our hearts.

Lutrisha Wilson April 11, 2020 at 3:50 am

Thanks for this information. It’s really early in the morning 4:30 to 4:45. I am reading you material to have an Facebook Easter Bible Triva during this time of the Corno Virus shut in.

Mulako Chibosha April 4, 2021 at 11:38 pm

Wow, am restarting my Christian life journey on a serious note. I realised i had few answers to my many questions and am doing a bible study with self daily. Found this very helpful.

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