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Luke Question SetLuke 1:1Luke 1:1Luke 1:1Luke 1:2Luke 1:2Luke 1:3Luke 1:3Luke 1:4Luke 1:4Luke 1:5Luke 1:5Luke 1:5Luke 1:6Luke 1:6Luke 1:6Luke 1:6Luke 1:7Luke 1:7Luke 1:7Luke 1:7Luke 1:7Luke 1:7Luke 1:8Luke 1:8Luke 1:8Luke 1:8Luke 1:9Luke 1:9Luke 1:10Luke 1:10Luke 1:10Luke 1:11Luke 1:11Luke 1:12Luke 1:12Luke 1:12Luke 1:13Luke 1:13Luke 1:13Luke 1:13Luke 1:13Who have undertaken to compile a narrative? ManyWhat have many undertaken to compile? (A) NarrativeOf what have many undertaken to compile a narrative? The things that have beenaccomplished among usWho have delivered them to us? Those who from the beginning were eyewitnesses andministers of the wordFrom when were those eyewitnesses and ministers of the word? The beginningWhat seemed good to me? (It,) To write an orderly account for youFor whom did it seem good to write an orderly account? You, most excellent TheophilusWhat may you have? CertaintyConcerning what may you have certainty? The things you have been taughtIn when was there a priest named Zechariah? The days of HerodWho was there? (A) Priest named ZechariahOf what was there a priest named Zechariah? The division of AbijahWho were righteous before God? (They) BothWhat were they both? Righteous before GodHow were they both righteous before God? Walking blamelesslyIn what were they walking blamelessly? All the commandments and statutes of the LordWhom did they have? No childWhy did they have no child? Because Elizabeth was barren OR Both were advanced inyearsWhat was Elizabeth? BarrenWho were advanced in years? BothWhat were both? Advanced in yearsIn what were both advanced? YearsAs whom was he serving? Priest before GodBefore whom was he serving as priest? GodWhen was he serving as priest before God? When his division was on dutyWho was on duty? His divisionAccording to what was he chosen by lot? The custom of the priesthoodWhat was he? Chosen by lot to enter the temple of the Lord and burn incenseWho were praying outside? The whole multitude of the peopleWhere were the whole multitude of the people praying? OutsideAt when were the whole multitude of the people praying? The hour of incenseWho appeared to him? An angel of the LordStanding where did there appear to him an angel of the Lord? On the right side of the altarof incenseWho was troubled? ZechariahWhen was Zechariah troubled? When he saw himWhat fell upon him? FearWho said? The angelWhat did the angel say? “Do not be afraid, Zechariah, for your prayer has been heard, andyour wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John.”Do not what? Be afraidWho do not be afraid? ZechariahWhy do not be afraid? For your prayer has been heard

Luke 1:13Luke 1:13Luke 1:13Luke 1:13Luke 1:14Luke 1:14Luke 1:14What has been heard? Your prayerWho will bear you a son? Your wife ElizabethWhom will your wife Elizabeth bear you? (A) SonWhat shall you call his name? JohnWhat will you have? Joy and gladnessWho will rejoice at his birth? ManyAt what will many rejoice? His birthLuke 1:15What will he be? Great before the Lord OR Filled with the Holy Spirit (even from his mother’swomb)Luke 1:15Luke 1:15Luke 1:15Luke 1:15Luke 1:16Luke 1:16Luke 1:17Luke 1:17Before whom will he be great? The LordWhat must he not drink? Wine or strong drinkWith whom will he be filled? The Holy SpiritFrom what will he be filled with the Holy Spirit? His mother’s wombWhom will he turn to the Lord their God? Many of the children of IsraelTo whom will he turn many of the children of Israel? The Lord their GodIn what will he go before him? The spirit and power of ElijahWhy will he go before him? To turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and thedisobedient to the wisdom of the just OR To make ready for the Lord a people preparedWho said? ZechariahTo whom did Zechariah say? The angelWhat did Zechariah say? “How shall I know this, for I am an old man, and my wife isadvanced in years”Who am I? An old manWho is advanced in years? My wifeIn what is my wife advanced? YearsWho answered? The angelWhat did the angel answer? “I am Gabriel” OR “I stand in the presence of God, and I wassent to speak to you and to bring you this good news”Who am I? GabrielIn what do I stand? The presence of GodWhat was I? SentWhy was I sent? To speak to you and to bring you this good newsWhat will you be? Silent and unable to speakUntil when will you be silent and unable to speak? The day that these things take placeWhy will you be silent and unable to speak? Because you did not believe my wordsWhat did you not believe [OR What will be fulfilled in their time]? My wordsIn when will my words be fulfilled? Their timeWho were waiting for Zechariah? The peopleFor whom were the people waiting? ZechariahAt what were they wondering? His delay in the templeWhen was he unable to speak to them? When he came outWhat was he? Unable to speak to themWhat did they realize? That he had seen a vision in the templeIn where had he seen a vision? The templeWhat did he keep making? Signs to themWhat did he remain? MuteWhen did he go to his home? When his time of service was endedWhat was ended? His time of serviceTo where did he go? His homeAfter when did his wife Elizabeth conceive? These daysWho conceived? His wife ElizabethLuke 1:18Luke 1:18Luke 1:18Luke 1:18Luke 1:18Luke 1:18Luke 1:19Luke 1:19Luke 1:19Luke 1:19Luke 1:19Luke 1:19Luke 1:20Luke 1:20Luke 1:20Luke 1:20Luke 1:20Luke 1:21Luke 1:21Luke 1:21Luke 1:22Luke 1:22Luke 1:22Luke 1:22Luke 1:22Luke 1:22Luke 1:23Luke 1:23Luke 1:23Luke 1:24Luke 1:24

Luke 1:24Luke 1:24Luke 1:25Luke 1:25Luke 1:25Luke 1:26Luke 1:26Luke 1:26Luke 1:26Luke 1:27Luke 1:28Luke 1:28Luke 1:29Luke 1:29Luke 1:29Luke 1:30Luke 1:30Luke 1:30Luke 1:30Luke 1:30Luke 1:30Luke 1:30Luke 1:31Luke 1:31Luke 1:31Luke 1:32Luke 1:32Luke 1:32Luke 1:32Luke 1:33Luke 1:33Luke 1:33Luke 1:34Luke 1:34Luke 1:34Luke 1:35Luke 1:35Luke 1:35Luke 1:35Luke 1:35Luke 1:36Luke 1:36Luke 1:36Luke 1:36Luke 1:37Luke 1:37Luke 1:38Luke 1:38For when did she keep herself hidden? Five monthsWhat did she keep herself? HiddenWho has done thus for me? The LordIn when has the Lord done thus for me? The days when he looked on meWhy did he look on me? To take away my reproach among the peopleIn when was the angel Gabriel sent? The sixth monthWho was sent? The angel GabrielFrom whom was the angel Gabriel sent? GodTo where was the angel Gabriel sent? (A) City of Galilee named NazarethWhat was the virgin’s name? MaryWhat did he say? “Greetings, O favored one, the Lord is with you”Who is with you? The LordWhat was she? Greatly troubledAt what was she greatly troubled? The sayingWhat did she try to discern? What sort of greeting this might beWho said? The angelWhat did the angel say? “Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God”Do not what? Be afraidWho do not be afraid? MaryWhy do not be afraid? For you have found favor with GodWhat have you found? Favor with GodWith whom have you found favor? GodIn what will you conceive? Your wombWhom will you bear? (A) SonWhat shall you call his name? JesusWhat will he be? Great OR Called the Son of the Most HighOf whom will he be called the Son? The Most HighWho will give to him the throne of his father David? The Lord GodWhat will the Lord God give to him? The throne of his father DavidOver whom will he reign forever? The house of JacobWhen will he reign over the house of Jacob? ForeverOf what will there be no end? His kingdomWho said? MaryTo whom did Mary say? The angelWhat did Mary say? “How will this be, since I am a virgin”Who answered? The angelWhat did the angel answer? “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the MostHigh will overshadow you; therefore the child to be born will be called holy, the Son of God”Who will come upon you? The Holy SpiritWhat will overshadow you? The power of the Most HighWhat will the child to be born be called? Holy OR The Son of GodWho has also conceived [OR With whom is this the sixth month]? Your relative ElizabethOR Her who was called barrenIn what has your relative Elizabeth also conceived? Her old ageWhom has your relative Elizabeth also conceived? (A) SonWhat is this? The sixth month with her who was called barrenWhat will be impossible with God? NothingWith whom will nothing be impossible? GodWho said? MaryWhat did Mary say? “Behold, I am the servant of the Lord; let it be to me according to yourword”

Luke 1:38Luke 1:38Luke 1:38Luke 1:38Luke 1:39Luke 1:39Luke 1:39Luke 1:39Luke 1:39Luke 1:40Luke 1:40Luke 1:41Luke 1:41Luke 1:41Luke 1:41Luke 1:41Luke 1:41Luke 1:42Luke 1:42Luke 1:42Luke 1:42Luke 1:44Luke 1:44Luke 1:44Luke 1:44Luke 1:44Luke 1:45Luke 1:45Luke 1:45Luke 1:46Luke 1:46Luke 1:46Luke 1:46Luke 1:47Luke 1:47Luke 1:48Luke 1:48Luke 1:48Luke 1:48Luke 1:49Luke 1:49Luke 1:49Luke 1:50Luke 1:50Luke 1:51Luke 1:51Luke 1:51Luke 1:51Who am I? The servant of the LordOf whom am I the servant? The LordAccording to what let it be to me? Your wordWho departed from her? The angelIn when did Mary arise and go? Those daysWho arose and went? MaryWith what did Mary go? HasteInto where did Mary go? The hill countryTo where did Mary go? (A) Town in JudahWhat did she enter? The house of ZechariahWhom did she greet? ElizabethWhen did the baby leap in her womb? When Elizabeth heard the greeting of MaryWho heard the greeting of Mary [OR Who was filled with the Holy Spirit]? ElizabethWhat did Elizabeth hear? The greeting of MaryWho leaped? The babyIn what did the baby leap? Her wombWith whom was Elizabeth filled? The Holy SpiritWith what did she exclaim? (A) Loud cryWhat did she exclaim? “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of yourwomb”What are you [OR What is the fruit of your womb]? BlessedAmong whom are you blessed? WomenWhen did the baby in my womb leap for joy? When the sound of your greeting came to myearsWhat came to my ears? The sound of your greetingTo what did the sound of your greeting come? My earsWho leaped for joy? The baby in my wombFor what did the baby in my womb leap? JoyWhat is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment? BlessedWho is blessed? She who believed that there would be a fulfillmentWhat did she believe? That there would be a fulfillment of what was spoken to her from theLordWho said? MaryWhat did Mary say? “My soul magnifies the Lord”What magnifies the Lord? My soulWhom does my soul magnify? The LordWhat rejoices in God my Savior? My spiritIn whom does my spirit rejoice? God my SaviorOn what has he looked? The humble estate of his servantWhen will all generations call me blessed? From now onWho will call me blessed? All generationsWhat will all generations call me? BlessedWho has done great things for me? He who is mightyWhat has he who is mighty done? Great things for meWhat is holy? His nameWhat is for those who fear him? His mercyFor whom is his mercy? Those who fear himWhat has he shown? StrengthWith what has he shown strength? His armWhom has he scattered? The proudIn what has he scattered the proud? The thoughts of their hearts

Luke 1:52Luke 1:52Luke 1:52Luke 1:53Luke 1:53Luke 1:53Luke 1:53Luke 1:54Luke 1:54Luke 1:55Luke 1:56Luke 1:56Luke 1:56Luke 1:57Luke 1:57Luke 1:57Luke 1:58Luke 1:58Luke 1:58Luke 1:59Luke 1:59Luke 1:59Luke 1:59Luke 1:59Luke 1:60Luke 1:60Luke 1:60Luke 1:61Luke 1:61Luke 1:61Luke 1:62Luke 1:62Luke 1:62Luke 1:63Luke 1:63Luke 1:63Luke 1:63Luke 1:64Luke 1:64Luke 1:64Luke 1:64Luke 1:65Luke 1:65Luke 1:65Luke 1:65Luke 1:66Luke 1:66Luke 1:66Luke 1:66Luke 1:67Luke 1:67Whom has he brought down? The mightyFrom what has he brought down the mighty? Their thronesWhom has he exalted? Those of humble estateWhom has he filled with good things? The hungryWith what has he filled the hungry? Good thingsWhom has he sent away empty? The richHow has he sent the rich away? EmptyWhom has he helped? His servant IsraelIn what has he helped his servant Israel? Remembrance of his mercyTo whom did he speak? Our fathers OR Abraham and his offspring foreverWho remained with her about three months [OR Who returned to her home]? MaryAbout when did Mary remain with her? Three monthsTo where did Mary return? Her homeWhat came? The timeFor whom did the time come? Elizabeth (to give birth)Whom did she bear? (A) SonWho heard that the Lord had shown great mercy to her? Her neighbors and relativesWhat did her neighbors and relatives hear? That the Lord had shown great mercy to herWho had shown great mercy to her? The LordOn when did they come? The eighth dayWhy did they come? To circumcise the childWhom did they come to circumcise? The childWhat would they have called him? ZechariahAfter whom would they have called him Zechariah? His fatherWho answered? His motherWhat did his mother answer? “No; he shall be called John”What shall he be called? JohnWhat did they say? “None of your relatives is called by this name”Who is called by this name? None of your relativesBy what is none of your relatives called? This nameWhat did they make? SignsTo whom did they make signs? His fatherInquiring what did they make signs to his father? What he wanted him to be calledFor what did he ask? A writing tabletWhat did he write? “His name is John”What is his name? JohnWho wondered? They allHow was his mouth opened [OR When was his mouth opened]? ImmediatelyWhat was opened? His mouthWhat was loosed? His tongueBlessing whom did he speak? GodWhat came on all their neighbors? FearOn whom did fear come? All their neighborsWhat were talked about? All these thingsThrough where were all these things talked about? All the hill country of JudeaWho laid them up in their hearts? All who heard themIn what did all who heard them lay them up? Their heartsSaying what did all who heard them lay them up? “What then will this child be”What was with him? The hand of the LordWho was filled with the Holy Spirit [OR Who prophesied]? His father ZechariahWhat was his father Zechariah? Filled with the Holy Spirit

Luke 1:67Luke 1:68Luke 1:68Luke 1:68Luke 1:70Luke 1:71Luke 1:71Luke 1:71Luke 1:73Luke 1:74Luke 1:76Luke 1:76Luke 1:76Luke 1:76Luke 1:76Luke 1:76Luke 1:78Luke 1:80Luke 1:80Luke 1:80Luke 1:80Luke 1:80With whom was his father Zechariah filled? The Holy SpiritWho be blessed? The Lord God of IsraelWhy be the Lord God of Israel blessed? For he has visited and redeemed his peopleWhom has he visited and redeemed? His peopleBy what did he speak? The mouth of his holy prophetsWhat should we be? SavedFrom whom should we be saved? Our enemiesFrom what should we be saved? The hand of all who hate usTo whom did he swear the oath? Our father AbrahamWithout what might we serve him? FearWho will be called the prophet of the Most High? You, childWhat will you be called? The prophet of the Most HighWhy will you be called the prophet of the Most High? For you will go before the Lord toprepare his waysBefore whom will you go? The LordWhy will you go before the Lord? To prepare his waysWhat will you go before the Lord to prepare? His waysWhat shall visit us? The sunriseWho grew and became strong in spirit (was in the wilderness)? The childWhat did the child become? StrongIn what did the child become strong? SpiritIn where was he? The wildernessUntil when was he in the wilderness? The day of his public appearance to Israel

Luke 2:1Luke 2:1Luke 2:1Luke 2:1Luke 2:2Luke 2:2Luke 2:2Luke 2:2Luke 2:3Luke 2:3Luke 2:3Luke 2:4Luke 2:4Luke 2:4Luke 2:4Luke 2:4Luke 2:5Luke 2:6Luke 2:6Luke 2:7Luke 2:7Luke 2:7Luke 2:7Luke 2:7Luke 2:7Luke 2:7Luke 2:8Luke 2:8Luke 2:8Luke 2:8Luke 2:9Luke 2:9Luke 2:9Luke 2:10Luke 2:10Luke 2:10Luke 2:10Luke 2:10Luke 2:11Luke 2:11Luke 2:11Luke 2:12Luke 2:12Luke 2:12Luke 2:13Luke 2:13Luke 2:13In when did a decree go out? Those daysWhat went out? (A) Decree OR That all the world should be registeredFrom whom did a decree go out? Caesar AugustusWho should be registered? All the worldWhat was this? The first registration when Quirinius was governor of SyriaWhen was this the first registration? When Quirinius was governor of SyriaWho was governor of Syria? QuiriniusOf what was Quirinius governor? SyriaWho went to be registered? All OR EachWhy did all go? To be registeredTo where did each go? His own townWho went up from Galilee (also)? JosephFrom where did Joseph go up? Galilee OR The town of NazarethTo where did Joseph go up? Judea OR The city of David OR BethlehemWhy did Joseph go up? Because he was of the house and lineage of DavidOf what was he? The house and lineage of DavidWho was with child? Mary (his betrothed)When did the time come for her to give birth? While they were thereWhat came? The time (for her to give birth)To whom did she give birth [OR whom did she wrap in swaddling cloths and lay in amanger]? Her firstborn sonWhat did she give? BirthIn what did she wrap him? Swaddling clothsIn what did she lay him? (A) MangerWhy did she lay him in a manger? Because there was no place for them in the innWhat was there? No place for them in the innIn what was there no place for them? The innIn where were there shepherds? The same region OR Out in the fieldWho were there [OR Who were keeping watch over their flock]? ShepherdsOver what were there shepherds keeping watch? Their flockBy what were there shepherds keeping watch? NightWho appeared to them? (An) Angel of the LordWhat shone around them? The glory of the LordWith what were they filled? Great fearWho said? The angelWhat did the angel say? "Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that willbe for all the people"Why fear not? For behold, I bring you good newsWhat do I bring you? Good newsFor whom will good news be? All the peopleWhen is a Savior born? This dayIn where is a Savior born? The city of DavidWho is born [OR Who is Christ the Lord]? (A) SaviorWhat will be a sign for you? (This): You will find a baby wrapped in swaddling cloths andlying in a mangerWhom will you find? (A) BabyIn what will you find a baby wrapped? Swaddling cloths OR (A) MangerHow was a multitude of the heavenly host with the angel? SuddenlyWith whom was a multitude of the heavenly host? The angelWho was with the angel? (A) Multitude of the heavenly host

Luke 2:15Luke 2:15Luke 2:15Luke 2:15Luke 2:15Luke 2:15Luke 2:15Luke 2:16Luke 2:16Luke 2:17Luke 2:17Luke 2:18Luke 2:18Luke 2:19Luke 2:19Luke 2:20Luke 2:20Luke 2:20Luke 2:21Luke 2:21Luke 2:22Luke 2:22Luke 2:22Luke 2:22Luke 2:22Luke 2:22Luke 2:23Luke 2:23Luke 2:23Luke 2:23Luke 2:23Luke 2:25Luke 2:25Luke 2:25Luke 2:25Luke 2:26Luke 2:26Luke 2:26Luke 2:26Luke 2:27Luke 2:27Luke 2:27Luke 2:27Luke 2:27When did the shepherds say to one another? When the angels went away from them intoheavenWho went away from them? The angelsWhere did the angels go? Away from them OR Into heavenTo whom did the shepherds say? One anotherOver to where let us go? BethlehemWhat let us see [OR What has the Lord made known to us]? This thing that has happenedWho has made known to us? The LordWith what did they go? HasteWhom did they find? Mary and Joseph, and the babyWhen did they make known the saying that had been told them? When they saw itWhat did they make known [OR What had been told them]? The sayingWho wondered at what the shepherds told them? All who heard itAt what did all who heard it wonder? What the shepherds told themWho treasured up all these things? MaryWhat did Mary treasure up? All these thingsWho returned? The shepherdsHow did the shepherds return? Glorifying and praising GodFor what did the shepherds return glorifying and praising God? For all they had heard andseenWhen was he called Jesus? When he was circumcised OR At the end of eight daysWhat was he? Circumcised OR Called Jesus OR ConceivedWhen did they bring him up to Jerusalem [OR What came]? (When) The time (came) fortheir purificationFor what did the time come? Their purificationAccording to what did the time come for their purification? The Law of MosesUp to where did they bring him? (Up to) JerusalemWhy did they bring him up to Jerusalem? To present him to the LordTo whom did they bring him up to Jerusalem to present him? The LordWhat is written? (It,) “Every male who first opens the womb shall be called holy to theLord”In what is it written? The Law of the LordWho shall be called holy to the Lord? Every male who first opens the wombWhat shall every male who first opens the womb be called? Holy to the LordTo whom shall every male who first opens the womb be called holy? The LordWho was there in Jerusalem (whose name was Simeon) [OR Who was righteous anddevout]? (A) Man OR This manIn where was there a man? (There, in) JerusalemWhat was this man? Righteous and devout OR Waiting for the consolation of IsraelWho was upon him? The Holy SpiritWhat had it been? Revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not see death before hehad seen the Lord’s ChristBy whom had it been revealed to him? The Holy SpiritWhat would he not see? DeathBefore what would he not see death? He had seen the Lord’s ChristIn whom did he come into the temple? The SpiritInto where did he come in the Spirit? The templeWho brought in the child Jesus? The parentsWhom did the parents bring in? The child JesusWhy did the parents bring in the child Jesus? To do for him according to the custom of theLaw

Luke 2:28Luke 2:28Luke 2:29Luke 2:29Luke 2:29Luke 2:30Luke 2:31Luke 2:33Luke 2:33Luke 2:34Luke 2:34Luke 2:34Luke 2:34Luke 2:34Luke 2:35Luke 2:35Luke 2:35Luke 2:35Luke 2:36Luke 2:36Luke 2:37Luke 2:38Luke 2:38Luke 2:38Luke 2:39Luke 2:39Luke 2:39Luke 2:40Luke 2:40Luke 2:40In what did he take him up? His armsWhom did he bless? GodWhom are you letting depart in peace (now)? Your servantIn what are you letting your servant depart (now)? PeaceAccording to what are you letting your servant depart (now)? Your wordWhat have seen your salvation? My eyesIn what have you prepared? The presence of all peoplesWho marveled? His father and his motherAt what did his father and his mother marvel? What was said about himWho blessed them [OR Who said]? SimeonTo whom did Simeon say? Mary his motherWhat did Simeon say? “Behold, this child is appointed for the fall and rising of many inIsrael, and for a sign that is opposed”Who is appointed? This childFor what is this child appointed? The fall and rising of many in Israel OR (A)Sign that isopposedWhat will pierce through your own soul also? (A) SwordThrough what will a sword pierce? Your own soulWhat may be revealed? Thoughts from many heartsFrom what may thoughts be revealed? Many heartsWho was there? (A) Prophetess, Anna, the daughter of PhanuelWhat was she? Advanced in yearsFrom where did she not depart? The templeWhat did she begin? To give thanks OR To speak of him to all who were waiting for theredemption of JerusalemTo whom did she begin to give thanks? GodTo whom did she begin to speak of him? All who were waiting for the redemption ofJerusalemWhen did they return into Galilee? When they had performed everythingAccording to what had they performed everything? The Law of the LordInto where did they return [OR To where did they return]? Galilee OR Their own town ofNazarethWho grew and became strong? The childWhat did the child become? StrongWhat was upon him? The favor of God

Luke 3:2Luke 3:2Luke 3:2Luke 3:2Luke 3:3Luke 3:3Luke 3:4Luke 3:4Luke 3:4Luke 3:4Luke 3:5Luke 3:5Luke 3:5Luke 3:5Luke 3:6Luke 3:6Luke 3:7Luke 3:7Luke 3:7Luke 3:8Luke 3:8Luke 3:8Luke 3:8Luke 3:8Luke 3:8Luke 3:8Luke 3:9Luke 3:9Luke 3:9Luke 3:9Luke 3:9Luke 3:10Luke 3:10Luke 3:11Luke 3:11Luke 3:11Luke 3:11Luke 3:12Luke 3:12Luke 3:12Luke 3:13Luke 3:13Luke 3:14Luke 3:14Luke 3:14Luke 3:14When did the word of God come to John? During the high priesthood of Annas and CaiaphasWhat came to John? The word of GodTo whom did the word of God come? John the son of ZechariahIn where did the word of God come to John? The wildernessInto where did he go? All the region around the JordanProclaiming what did he go into all the region around the Jordan? (A) Baptism ofrepentance for the forgiveness of sinsWhat is written? (It,) “The voice of one crying in the wilderness, prepare the way of theLord, make his paths straight”In what is it written? The book of the words of Isaiah the prophetPrepare what? The way of the LordMake what straight? his pathsWhat shall be filled? Every valleyWhat shall be made low? Every mountain and hillWhat shall become straight? The crookedWhat shall become level ways? The rough placesWho shall see the salvation of God? All fleshWhat shall all flesh see? The salvation of GodTo whom did he say [OR Who came out to be baptized]? The crowdsWhy did the crowds come out? To be baptizedWhat did he say? “You brood of vipers! Who warned you to flee from the wrath to come”Bear what? FruitsDo not what? Begin to say to yourselves, “We have Abraham as our father’What do not begin to say? ‘We have Abraham as our father’What do I tell you? God is able from these stones to raise up children for AbrahamWho is able to raise up children for Abraham? GodWhom is God able to raise up (from these stones)? Children for AbrahamFor whom is God able to raise up children (from these stones)? AbrahamWhen is the axe laid to the root of the trees? Even nowWhat is laid to the root of the trees? The axeTo what is the axe laid? The root of the treesWhat is cut down and thrown into the fire? Every tree (therefore) that does not bear goodfruitInto what is every tree that does not bear good fruit thrown? The fireWho asked him? The crowdsWhat did the crowds ask? “What then shall we do”What did he answer? “Whoever has two tunics is to share with him who has none, andwhoever has food is to do likewise”Who is to share with him who has none? Whoever has two tunicsWho is to do likewise? Whoever has foodWith whom is whoever has two tunics to share? Him who has noneWho also came? Tax collectorsWhy did tax collectors also come? To be baptizedWhat did tax collectors say? “Teacher, what shall we do”What did he say? “Collect no more than you are authorized to do”Collect what? No more than you are authorized to doWho asked? SoldiersWhat did soldiers ask? “And we, what shall we do”What did he say? “Do not extort money from anyone by threats or by false accusation, andbe content with your wages”Do not what? Extort money

Luke 3:14Luke 3:14Luke 3:14Luke 3:14Luke 3:15Luke 3:15Luke 3:15Luke 3:15Luke 3:16Luke 3:16Luke 3:16Luke 3:16Luke 3:16Luke 3:16Luke 3:17Luke 3:17Luke 3:17Luke 3:17Luke 3:17Luke 3:18Luke 3:18Luke 3:18Luke 3:19Luke 3:19Luke 3:20Luke 3:20Luke 3:21Luke 3:21Luke 3:21Luke 3:21Luke 3:21Luke 3:22Luke 3:22Luke 3:22Luke 3:22Luke 3:22Luke 3:22Luke 3:22Luke 3:23Luke 3:23Luke 3:23From whom do not extort money? AnyoneBy what do not extort money from anyone? Threats OR False accusationBe what? Content with your wagesWith what be content? Your wagesWho were in expectation [OR Who were questioning in their hearts]? The people OR AllWhat were the people [OR What were all]? In expectation OR Questioning in their heartsconcerning JohnIn what were all questioning? Their heartsConcerning whom were all questioning? JohnWho answered? JohnWhat did John answer (saying)? “I baptize you with water, but he who is mightier than I iscoming, the strap of whose sandals I am not worthy to untie”With what do I baptize you? WaterWho is coming? He who is mightier than IWith whom will he baptize you? The Holy SpiritWith what will he baptize you? FireWhat is in his hand? His winnowing forkIn what is his winnowing fork? His handWhy is his winnowing fork in his hand? To clear his threshing floor and to gather the wheatinto his barnWhat will he burn? The chaffWith what will he burn the chaff? Unquenchable fireWith what did he preach good news to the people? Many other exhortationsWhat did he preach? Good newsTo whom did he preach good news? The peopleWho had been reproved? Herod the tetrarchFor whom had Herod the tetrarch been reproved? HerodiasWhom did he lock up in prison? JohnIn what did he lock John up? PrisonWhen were the heavens opened? When all the people were baptized OR When Jesus alsohad been baptized and was prayingWho were baptized? All the peopleWhat were all the people [OR What had Jesus also been]? BaptizedWho had also been baptized and was praying? JesusWhat were opened? The heavensWho descended on him in bodily form, like a dove? The Holy SpiritIn what did the Holy Spirit descend on him? Bodily formLike what did the Holy Spirit descend on him? (A) DoveWhat came from heaven? (A) Voice OR “You are my beloved Son; with you I am wellpleased”From where did a voice come? HeavenWho are you? My beloved SonWhat am I? Well pleased (with you)Who was about thirty years of age? JesusWhen was Jesus about thirty years of age? When he began his ministryAbout what was Jesus? Thirty years of age

Luke 4:1Luke 4:1Luke 4:1Luke 4:1Luke 4:2Luke 4:2Luke 4:2Luke 4:2Luke 4:3Luke 4:3Luke 4:3Luke 4:3Luke 4:4Luke 4:4Luke 4:4Luke 4:4Luke 4:4Luke 4:5Luke 4:5Luke 4:5Luke 4:8Luke 4:8Luke 4:8Luke 4:8Luke 4:9Luke 4:9Luke 4:9Luke 4:9Luke 4:10Luke 4:10Luke 4:10Luke 4:11Luke 4:12Luke 4:12Luke 4:12Luke 4:12Luke 4:12Luke 4:13Luke 4:13Luke 4:13Luke 4:13Luke 4:14Luke 4:14Luke 4:14Luke 4:14Luke 4:14Luke 4:15Luke 4:15Luke 4:16Luke 4:16Who returned from the Jordan (and was led by the Spirit in the Wilderness)? JesusFrom where did Jesus return? The JordanBy whom was Jesus led? The SpiritIn where was Jesus led? The wildernessWhat did he eat? NothingDuring when did he eat nothing? Those daysWhen was he hungry? When they were endedWhat was he? HungryWho said? The devilWhat did the devil say? “If you are the Son of God, command this stone to become bread”If what command this stone to become bread? (If) You are the Son of GodCommand what to become bread? This stoneWho answered? JesusWhat did Jesus answer? “It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone”What is written? (It,) Man shall not live by bread aloneWho shall not live by bread alone? ManBy what shall man not live? Bread aloneWho took him up and showed him all the kingdoms of the world? The devilWhat did the devil show him? All the kingdoms of the worldIn when did the devil show him all the kingdoms of the world? (A) Moment of timeWho answered? JesusWhat did Jesus answer? “It is wr

Luke 1:12 What fell upon him? Fear Luke 1:13 Who said? The angel Luke 1:13 What did the angel say? “Do not be afraid, Zechariah, for your prayer has been heard, and your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John.” Luke 1:13 Do not what? Be afraid Luke 1:13 Who do not be afraid? Zechariah Luke 1:13 Why do not be .

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