|Workbook for New Testament History for Juniors|
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- Zacharias was ________________________ in the _________________ of the Lord when an _______________ appeared to him and told him that Elisabeth would have a __________, whose name shall be called ___________________ (Luke 1:5-13).
- From Luke 1:15 we learn that John the Baptist would be __________________ in the sight of the Lord; that he would drink neither __________ nor ________________________ and would be filled with the __________________________ even from his mother’s womb.
- When Zacharias came out of the temple, he could not _________________ to the people, and they perceived that he had seen a __________________ in the temple (Luke 1:22).
- Shortly after this the angel ___________________ was sent unto the city of _____________ named _____________________, to a virgin whose name was __________ (Luke 1:26, 27).
- In Luke 1:59, 60 we read that the neighbors wanted to call John the Baptist ____________________ after the name of his ___________________, but Elisabeth said, “Not so; but he shall be called ____________.”
- In Luke 1:76 John is called the _______________________________________________; for he shall go before the face of the Lord to ______________________________.
- Joseph and Mary, who were from the city of _________________________, in Galilee, went to ________________________, the city of David, to be taxed according to the decree issued by ______________________________ (Luke 2:1-4).
- A _________________________________________________________________ appeared to the shepherds to tell them of the birth of Christ. Quote the song of the angels in Luke 2:13, 14: “__________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________.”
- The child who was born to Mary was called ______________ because __________________ ___________________________________________________ (Matthew 1:21). He also is called ______________________ which means ___________________________________ (Matthew 1:23).
- When the wise men found Jesus, they ______________________ and __________________ Him, and presented unto Him gifts of _______________, ____________________________, and __________________ (Matthew 2:11).
- When Jesus returned from Egypt, He lived in _______________________, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophets, “______________________________________ _____________________________” (Matthew 2:23).
- Luke 2:51 and 52 tell us that Jesus was ________________________ to His parents and that He increased in _________________ and _________________ and in __________________ with God and man.
- Pick out the verses from Malachi 4 that speak of John the Baptist and copy them below (see also Luke 1:17). ____________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________
- When the people asked John the Baptist what they should do, he told them (Luke 3:11): ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
- John told the publicans to “Exact no more than ____________________________________ ______________________.” To the soldiers he said, “Do violence to __________________, neither accuse any ______________; and be content with your __________” (Luke 3:13, 14).
- When certain ____________________ and ______________________ from Jerusalem came to John the Baptist, he told them that he was not the ________________ (John 1:19, 20).
- Give the names of the disciples of Christ who are mentioned in John 1:40-50. __________________________
- Quote the words of Jesus in Matthew 3:15 that show that it was necessary for Jesus to be baptized: “_________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________.”
- When Jesus was baptized in the Jordan, the __________________ were opened unto Him, and He saw the _________________________________ descending like a ______________, and lighting upon Him: and lo, a ____________________ from heaven, saying: “__________________________________________________________________ ______________________________” (Matthew 3:16, 17).
- The first temptation took place in the _____________________________. Satan wanted Jesus to change ______________________ into bread. Jesus’ answer was: “____________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________” (Matthew 4:1-4).
- The second temptation took place on a ____________________ of the __________________. The devil said to Jesus, “If thou be the _______________________, cast thyself down: for it is written, he shall give his _________________ charge concerning thee: and in their _______________ they shall bear thee up, lest at any time thou dash thy _______________ against a stone.” Jesus’ answer was: “It is written again, _____________ ___________________________________________________________” (Matthew 4:5-7).
- In the third temptation the devil took Jesus up into an exceeding ______________________. He promised to give Jesus ____________________________________ if Jesus would ___________________________________. Jesus’ answer was: “Get thee hence, ________________: for it is written, Thou shalt ____________________ the Lord thy __________, and him ____________ shalt thou __________________” (Matthew 4:8-10).
- After the temptations, ________________ came and _________________________ unto Jesus (Matthew 4:11).
- The brother of Simon Peter was ___________________. The two sons of Zebedee were _________________ and _________________. Before these men became disciples of Jesus, their occupation was _____________________ (Matthew 4:18-22). When Jesus called them, they ___________________________ left their ______________ and _________________ Him (Matthew 4:20).
- Jesus attended a __________________ in Cana of Galilee. His ___________________ and His ____________________ were also there. At this time Jesus performed His first miracle, in which He changed _______________ into ______________ (John 2:1-11).
- Quote the words Jesus spoke to His mother at the wedding feast in Cana as found in John 2:4: “______________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________.”
- In Jerusalem, when Jesus drove out of the temple those who bought and sold animals, He said to them: “______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________” (John 2:16).
- To the Jews who asked Jesus for a sign of His authority, the Lord replied: “______________ _____________________________________________” (John 2:19). By these words Jesus referred to the _______________________________ (John 2:21).
- Fill in the missing words in this text: (John 3:14, 15). “And as __________________ lifted up the ___________________ in the ______________________________, even so must the ___________________________________ be lifted up: that ______________________ believeth in him should not _________________, but have ________________________.”
- When Jesus went through _____________________ (John 4:4), He met and talked with a woman near the city of _____________, where _________________ well was (John 4:5, 6). In His conversation with this woman, Jesus told her that “_________ is a ____________: and they that worship him must worship him in _______________ and in ______________” (John 4:24). He also told her plainly that He was the _________________ (John 4:25, 26).
- A certain ______________________ whose son was sick at _____________________ came and asked Jesus to heal his son when Jesus was in __________ of ____________________ (John 4:46, 47). Without going to the city where the sick boy was, Jesus healed him. The fruit of this miracle was that the _______________________ and his _________________ believed (John 4:53).
- In the synagogue of _____________________ Jesus stood up and read from the ________ of the prophet _________________ (Luke 4:16, 17). When he had finished, He told the people in the synagogue, “___________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________” (Luke 4:21).
- Those in the synagogue were filled with ___________ and tried to ______________ Jesus (Luke 4:28, 29). Jesus, however, passed through the _______________ of them and went on His ________________ (Luke 4:30).
- When Jesus taught in ___________________ on the Sabbath day, the people were ______________________ at His doctrine; for His ____________ was with ____________ (Luke 4:31, 32).
- Quote Jesus’ answer to the people who asked Him to remain in the city of Capernaum (Luke 4:43): “____________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________.”
- The enemies of Jesus were angry with Him and tried to kill Him because He ate with __________________ and ___________________ (Luke 5:30). He healed the sick on the __________________, and said that _______ was His _________________, making Himself ______________ with God (John 5:18).
- Jesus healed a lame man at the pool of _____________________ who had been sick for ___________ years (John 5:1-5).
- List the twelve disciples (Luke 6:14-16; Matthew 10:2-4):
- Complete these beatitudes (Matthew 5:3-9):
- “Blessed are the poor in spirit: ____________________________________________.”
- “Blessed are they that mourn: _____________________________________________.”
- “Blessed are the meek: ___________________________________________________.”
- “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: _________________ _______________________________________.”
- “Blessed are the merciful: ________________________________________________.”
- “Blessed are the pure in heart: _____________________________________________.”
- “Blessed are the peacemakers: _____________________________________________ _____________________________.”
- Read Matthew 7:24-26 and then complete the following: One who ________________ and ___________________ Jesus’ words is like a _______________ man who builds his house upon a rock. One who hears Jesus’ sayings and _______________________ is like a foolish man who builds his house on the sand.
- When wicked Herod had John the Baptist ______________________ in prison, John’s _______________________ came and took his body and laid it in a ________________ (Mark 6:27, 29).
- The disciples asked Jesus why He spoke in parables. Jesus’ answer is found in Matthew 13:11, 13. Fill in the blanks in this answer: “Because it is given unto you to ___________ the _____________________ of the ____________________ of heaven, but to them it is ________________________,…” Because they seeing ______________________; and ___________________ they hear not, neither do they _________________________.
- When Jesus upbraided the cities wherein most of His mighty works were done, because they ______________not, He said that Capernaum, which was exalted unto ___________, would be brought down to _________ (Matthew 11:20, 23) and that it would be more tolerable for the land of _____________ in the day of judgment than for her (Matthew 11:24).
- In His prayer found in Matthew 11:25-27, Jesus thanked His Father because He _________ the things of the Kingdom from the _________ and __________________ and revealed them unto ___________________.
- A woman who had an issue of blood for ________ years came to Jesus and was healed by _____________________________________________________________ (Luke 8:43-48). Jesus explained that her ______________ had made her whole (verse 48).
- Read Luke 8:22-25 and fill in the blanks:
- Jesus was ______________ in the boat when the storm arose.
- The disciples cried to Him, “Master, Master, we _____________________.”
- Jesus ________________ the wind and the raging of the water, and they ceased and there was a _________________.
- The disciples were amazed that even the __________ and the __________ obeyed Jesus.
- The daughter of Jairus was _______ years old (Luke 8:42). When it was told Jairus that she had died, Jesus said to him, “Fear not: _____________ only, and she shall be made _________” (Luke 8:50). ___________, ______________, and _________________ were the three disciples who were with Jesus when He raised her from the dead (Luke 8:51).
- Jesus fed a multitude of _______________ men, besides women and children, with ____ loaves and ___ fishes. After they had eaten, the disciples gathered ___________________ ____________________ of fragments (Matthew 14:15-21).
- After this miracle Jesus sent His disciples away in a ___________, while He went up into a _________________ to pray. During the night a ______________________________ arose. Jesus came to the disciples, ______________________ on the sea. When ____________ knew that it was Jesus, he also walked on the sea. The Lord calmed the storm after which the disciples in the boat worshiped Him and said, “Of a truth thou art the __________________” (Matthew 14:22, 33).
- When Jesus refused to be made king, the multitude left Him, and He asked the disciples: “Will ye also go away?” Quote Peter’s answer (John 6:67-69): “______________________ __________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________.”
- In John 6:70, 71 Jesus said that one of His disciples was a ______________. He was speaking of ______________________________, who would ________________ Christ.
- In Decapolis Jesus healed a man who was _____________, and had an impediment in his _______________ (Mark 7:31-37). Jesus charged them (put true or false in the following blanks):
- __________ That they should tell their friends about this.
- __________ That they should tell no one.
- __________ That they should tell as many as they could.
- The ________________, with the _______________, came to _______________ Jesus, asking Him to give them a ___________ from heaven. Jesus told them that the only sign that would be given to them was the sign of ___________________________ (Matthew 16:1-5).
- Read Matthew 17:1-13 and fill in the following blanks:
- ___________, _____________, and ________________ were the three disciples with Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration.
- _____________ and _____________ also appeared on the mount with Jesus.
- Peter wanted to make three ________________________ on the mount.
- Jesus’ _____________ shone as the _________ and His __________________ was white as the __________________.
- A voice out of the cloud said: “This is my _____________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________.”
- Read Matthew 17:14-21 and give the reason that the disciples could not cast out a devil from a certain boy: __________________________________________________________
- In John 9:1-3 we read of Jesus healing a man who had been born blind. The disciples thought that the reason for this blindness was that either ____ or his ________________ had sinned. Jesus, however, explained that the reason this man was born blind was “that the ________________________ should be made manifest in him.”
- Fill in the missing words in these verses (John 10:11-14): “I am the _________ __________: the good shepherd _____________ his life for the _______________. But he that is an ___________________ and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the ___________ coming, and _______________ the sheep.… I am the ___________________ and _______________ my sheep, and am known of ___________________.”
- What did the wicked Jews say was the reason they sought to stone Jesus? (John 10:31-33) _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________
- When Jesus came to Bethany, Lazarus had been in the grave ____ days already. When she heard that Jesus was coming, __________________ went to meet Him, but ___________ remained in the house. Jesus told Martha, “I am the ________________________ and the ____________: he that ______________________ in me, though he were ____________, yet shall he _________________” (John 11:17-26).
- Quote the prophecy of Caiphas, the high priest, in John 11:49-51: “___________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________.”
- Check the correct answer describing the commandment of the chief priests and Pharisees, which they gave concerning Jesus (John 11:57).
- __ They commanded that the people should kill Jesus.
- __ They commanded that they should help Jesus hide.
- __ They commanded that they should tell where Jesus was in order that they might take Him.
- A certain ruler came to Jesus with the question: “Good Master, what shall I do to ________ ______________________________________?” When Jesus told him to sell all that he had and distribute unto the poor, the ruler was very ______________, for he was very _________ (Luke 18:18-25).
- __________ days before the last Passover, Jesus came to ______________, where ________, ____________, and ________________ lived (John 12:1-3). Many people came here not only to see Jesus but also to see _________________________ (John 12:9).
- Quote the verse out of Zachariah 9:1-10 that was fulfilled when Jesus rode into Jerusalem on the back of a colt on Palm Sunday: “____________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________.”
- In the following passages we find some of the parables Jesus spoke that have to do with the final judgment. Fill in the blanks:
- In Matthew 21:28-33 we find the parable of the __________ sons.
- In Matthew 21:33-44 we find the parable of a certain __________________________ who planted a _____________________.
- The parable of a ________________________ feast is found in Matthew 22:1, 2.
- In Matthew 25:1-14 we find the parable of the ten __________________.
- When the Pharisees and Herodians asked Jesus whether it was lawful to pay tribute unto Caesar, Jesus’ answer to them was (Matthew 22:21): “__________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________.”
- Jesus said that the poor widow who cast a farthing into the treasury of the temple gave more than all the others because “they did cast in of their ___________________; but she of her __________________ did cast in _____________ that she had, even all her _____________” (Mark 12:44).
- Judas Iscariot, who was one of the _______________, agreed with the ________________ _____________________ to betray Jesus for ________________ pieces of silver (Matthew 26:14, 15). Judas sought opportunity to betray Jesus ______________________________ _________________________________________ (Luke 22:6).
- After the celebration of the Lord’s Supper, Jesus told the disciples that they would all be offended because of Him that night. How did Peter answer this? (Matthew 26:33) “____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________.”
- In Gethsemane Jesus took with Him ______________ and the two sons of ____________ (Matthew 26:37). Quote Jesus’ prayer in the garden from Matthew 26:39: “___________ ________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________.”
- When Jesus gave Himself up in the garden, He was taken first to ______________, who was the ___________________________ to Caiaphas the high priest (John 18:13). Later He was sent ________________ unto Caiaphas (John 18:24), and from there He was taken to the hall of _________________ to be tried before ______________, the judge (John 18:28, 29).
- When Peter denied Jesus the third time, ________________________ the _________ crew, and Peter went out and __________________________________ (Matthew 26:74, 75).
- State whether the following are true or false:
- __________ The Sanhedrin said that Jesus was innocent (Matthew 26:65-67).
- __________ Pilate knew that Jesus was guilty (John 19:4-6).
- __________ Jesus told Pilate that His kingdom was not of this world (John 18:36).
- ______________, who was a __________________, carried the cross of Jesus (Luke 23:26).
- Quote the seven cross words found in these texts:
- Luke 23:34: “____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________.”
- John 19:26, 27: “_________________________________________________________ ____________________.”
- Luke 23:43: “___________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________.”
- Matthew 27:46: “_______________________________________________________”
- John 19:28: “_________________________.”
- John 19:30: “_____________________________________.”
- Luke 23:46: “__________________________________________________________ __________________________.”
- At the time of Jesus’ death the _____________ of the temple was ____________ in twain from the ___________ to the _________________; and the __________________________ and the __________________________; and the ________________ were opened and many bodies of the saints which slept arose (Matthew 27:51, 52).
- The superscription on the cross of Jesus read: “____________________________________ __________________________.” It was written in ___ languages (Luke 23:38).
- Among those who watched the crucifixion was a group of ______________ including ______________________________, and ___________ the mother of James the less and of Joses, and _________________ (Mark 15:40).
- When the ___________________ saw what was done, he _______________ God, saying, “_________________________________________________________” (Luke 23:47).
- The wicked chief priests and elders gave a large sum of __________________ to the soldiers and persuaded them to tell the story that the ___________________ came at _____________ and ______________ away the body of Jesus while they ____________ (Matthew 28:11-13).
- When the risen Lord first appeared to Mary Magdalene, she thought that He was the ____________________ (John 20:15). When He made Himself known to her, He refused to let her ________________ Him, for He was not yet _______________ to His ____________ (John 20:17). Mary went and told the ______________________ that she had seen the ___________________ (John 20:18).
- Jesus told Thomas to “Reach hither thy finger, and ____________ my ____________; and reach hither thy hand, and _______________ it into my _______________: and be not ______________________, but ___________________” (John 20:27).
- One of the two travelers to Emmaus was ___________________ (Luke 24:18). As they were talking together about the things which had happened, ________________ joined them. At first they did not recognize Him, because their _______________ were holden that they should not _______________ Him. When later He made Himself known to them, they __________ the same hour and returned to _________________ to tell the __________________ that they had seen Jesus (Luke 24:13-35).
- Jesus told the disciples to “Go ye into all the _______________, and preach the __________ to every _________________. He that ___________________ and is baptized shall be saved; but he that __________________ not shall be ________________” (Mark 16:15, 16).
- Forty days after the resurrection, Jesus was ___________________ into heaven in the presence of His disciples. A _______________ received Him out of their sight while they were on Mount ____________________ (Acts 1:9, 12).
- While the disciples waited for the promise of the Holy Spirit, they continued with one accord in _______________ and ________________________ (Acts 1:14). During this time Peter persuaded the others to appoint another ____________________ in the place of Judas. They appointed _____________________, who was numbered with the ____________________ (Acts 1:15-26).
- The outpouring of the Holy Spirit was accompanied by several signs. They were the _________________ from heaven as of a _________________________________, the appearance of _______________________ like as of ______________, and the __________________ with other ______________________ as the Spirit gave them utterance (Acts 2:1-4).
- The apostle ___________________ preached the first sermon on Pentecost (Acts 2:14). In his sermon he made plain that the things that happened on this day were the fulfillment of that which had been written by the prophet _____________ (Acts 2:14-16). What verses of Joel 2 did Peter quote in Acts 2:17-21? _____________________________
- When Peter’s audience asked him what they should do, Peter told them to “______________ and be __________________ every one of you in the name of ____________________ for the ____________________ of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the ___________ ______________. For the _________________ is unto you, and to your ____________ and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall __________” (Acts 2:38, 39).
- The believers in the early church had all things in _________________; they sold their ___________________ and ________________ and parted to all, as every man had _____________ (Acts 2:44, 45).
- The man who was healed at the gate of the temple called ____________________ had been ____________ from his mother’s womb. Day after day he asked ____________ of those who entered the temple. When he asked an alms of Peter and John, Peter told him: “____________ and _______________ have I none; but such as I have give I thee: In the name of __________________ of _________________ rise up and walk” (Acts 3:1-6).
- Peter explained to the people that it was not by _________________ power or holiness that this man was healed but rather through ___________ in ____________ name (Acts 3:12, 16).
- Peter told the people that Moses had spoken of the Christ as a ______________ whom the Lord your God shall raise up unto you (Acts 3:22). He also told them that “every soul, which will not hear that ________________, shall be _______________ from among the people” (Acts 3:23).
- The rulers of Israel were ___________________ that the apostles taught the people and ___________________ through Jesus the _________________ from the dead (Acts 4:2). They put the apostles in ___________, and the next day they ___________________ them not to speak at all nor teach in the name of ________________. When they had further ____________________ them, they let them go (Acts 4:3, 18, 21).
- Check the answer that best describes the apostles’ action after this (Acts 4:31):
- __ They were afraid of these rulers.
- __ They preached to the people in secret.
- __ They became more bold to preach the Word of God.
- A Levite who sold his ____________ and brought the money to the apostles was named ___________________, which means “The son of ______________________.” Later this man went with the apostle Paul on his missionary journeys (Acts 4:36, 37).
- What was the sin of Ananias and Sapphira (Acts 5:1-5)? Check the correct answer:
- __ They sold a certain piece of land they owned.
- __ They lied to the Holy Ghost.
- __ They kept back part of the money they received for the land.
- The apostles were again put in prison by the leaders of the people because many ________________ and __________________ were wrought by their hands among the people (Acts 5:12). During the night the _________________ of the _______________ opened the _____________________ and brought them forth. The angel told them to go and stand and ________________ in the ________________ to the people all the words of this life (Acts 5:19, 20).
- Gamaliel, who was a _________________ and a member of the Jewish council, advised the council to “_______________ from these men and let them _______________: for if this counsel or this work be of ___________, it will come to _____________: But if it be of __________, ye cannot _______________________ it” (Acts 5:34, 38, 39).
- Give the names of the seven deacons found in Acts 6:5: _____________________________ __________________________________________________________________________. These men were appointed because the Grecian ______________ were neglected (Acts 6:1).
- _________________, one of the deacons, did great ________________ and _____________ among the people (Acts 6:8). The wicked Jews brought _____________________________, who accused him of speaking ____________________ words against the holy place and the _____________________ (Acts 6:13).
- Write out the prayer of Stephen in Acts 7:59, 60: “__________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________.”
- In _______________ there was a _________________ whose name was ____________ (Acts 8:5, 9). He wanted to buy the power of the ______________________, but Peter told him: “Thy _____________ perish with thee, because thou hast thought that the __________ _________________ may be purchased with money. Thou hast neither ____________ nor _____________ in this matter: for thy _____________ is not _____________ in the sight of God” (Acts 8:18-21).
- The Ethiopian _______________, who was the treasurer of ________________, the queen of Ethiopia, had gone to Jerusalem to _________________. On his return he was reading the prophet ________________, when _______________ joined him and preached unto him __________________ (Acts 8:27-30, 35).
- Saul went to Damascus to ______________________ the Christians there. On the way he saw a _______________ from heaven and heard a _________________ saying unto him, “Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?” ______________ and ______________, Saul said, “_______________, what wilt thou have me to do?” Saul went on to Damascus, and for ______________ days he was without ____________ and neither did ____________ nor __________________ (Acts 9:1-9).
- Fill in the following:
- _________________ was sent to restore Saul’s sight (Acts 9:17).
- Saul preached that Christ is the Son of God in the ____________________ of Damascus (Acts 9:20).
- The ____________ in Damascus took counsel to kill Saul (Acts 9:23).
- Saul escaped from the city by being let over the wall in a ____________ (Acts 9:25).
- _________________ took Saul and brought him to the apostles in Jerusalem (Acts 9:27).
- At _______________ Peter healed a certain man named _______________, who had been sick of the ______________ for _____ years (Acts 9:32-35).
- At _______________ there was a woman named ________________ who was full of ___________________ and _____________________ which she did. When she became sick and died, Peter was called, and he raised her from the dead. The result of this miracle was that many ________________ in the ________________ (Acts 9:36-43).
- What did certain of the brethren who thought it was wrong that Peter went to the Gentiles do and say after Peter explained his work (Acts 11:18)? “______________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________.”
- The church at Jerusalem sent _________________ to Antioch (Acts 11:22). He later went to _______________ to seek ______________. Together they spent a whole year in Antioch, where the disciples were first called _______________________ (Acts 11:25, 26).
- About this time a certain prophet named __________________ prophesied that there would be a great ____________________ throughout all the _____________. When the disciples heard this, they determined, every man according to his _________________, to send ___________________ unto the brethren in Judea (Acts 11:28, 29).
- ________________, a wicked king, killed _______________ the brother of John with the sword. He also put _______________ in prison, intending to kill him after the days of the feast (Acts 12:1-5). God punished this wicked king by sending an ________________ to smite him and he was eaten of ________________ (Acts 12:23).
- When Peter was delivered from the prison by the _________________ of the Lord, he went to the house of _________________, the mother of John, whose surname was ___________, where many were gathered together ____________________ (Acts 12:7, 12).
- On the first missionary journey Paul and Barnabas crossed the isle of Cyprus unto ____________________, where they found a certain _____________, a false prophet, a ________________, whose name was _________________. This man tried to turn _____________________________, the deputy of the country, from the faith (Acts 13:4-7).
- Fill in the blanks in these verses that record Paul’s words to this false prophet: “O full of all _______________ and all ________________, thou child of the _______________, thou enemy of all _______________________, wilt thou not cease to pervert the right ways of the Lord? And now, behold, the _________________ of the Lord is upon thee, and thou shalt be ______________, not seeing the sun for a season” (Acts 13:10, 11).
- In Antioch of Pisidia the _______________ besought Paul to preach unto them when the _________________ had gone out of the synagogue. The result of this was that the Jews were filled with ___________________ and spake against those things that were spoken by Paul, ___________________________ and _____________________ (Acts 13:42-45).
- In Iconium the apostles spoke in the _______________________ of the Jews. The _______________________ Jews, however, stirred up the ________________, so that the multitude of the city was divided; and part held with the _____________ and part with the _____________________ (Acts 14:1-4).
- At Lystra a great miracle was performed of healing a man who was _________________ in his feet, who had been a __________________ from his mother’s womb. When the people saw this miracle they thought that Paul and Barnabas were _____________. They called Barnabas _______________, and Paul they called ________________, because he was the chief ______________________ (Acts 14:8-12).
- When the apostles visited the churches on their return from their first missionary journey, they ordained _____________ in every church, and ______________ with ______________, commending them to the Lord on whom they ___________________ (Acts 14:23).
- At Troas Paul had a ____________ in which he saw a man of ________________________, who prayed him, saying, “____________________________________________________.” He then immediately went to Macedonia, for he knew that the Lord had called him to _________________________________ unto them there (Acts 16:9, 10).
- In Philippi the apostles went out on the Sabbath day to the __________________, where ___________________ was wont to be made. There they spoke unto the __________. ___________________, a seller of purple, of the city of Thyatira, heard them, and the Lord __________________ her heart (Acts 16:12-14).
- When Paul cast out an evil spirit from a girl in Philippi, her masters became angry because they saw that the _____________ of their _____________ was gone (Acts 16:19). When they brought the apostles to the magistrates, they said that they __________________ their city and taught customs which are not ________________ for us to receive. The magistrates beat the apostles and cast them into __________________ (Acts 16:20-24).
- While in prison Paul and Silas ______________ and ___________ praises unto God (Acts 16:25). During the night there was a great __________________________, and all the doors of the prison were ____________________, and the ______________ of the prisoners were loosed (Acts 16:26, 27).
- What did the apostle say to the Philippian jailor when the jailor came trembling and fell down before him (Acts 16:29-32)? “_____________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________.”
- Quote Paul’s words to the magistrates who commanded that the apostle be set free (Acts 16:37): “___________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________.”
- Acts 17:11 says that the believers in Berea were more ______________ than those in Thessalonica, in that they _____________________ the word with all readiness of mind and ___________________ the ___________________ daily, whether those things were so.
- Paul’s spirit was stirred in him when he came to ___________________ because he saw the city _______________ given to __________________ (Acts 17:16).
- In Athens Paul stood in the midst of __________________ and preached unto the ___________________________. Some, however, believed, among whom was _____________________, the Areopagite, and a woman named ______________ and others (Acts 17:21, 22, 32-34).
- Answer the following questions concerning Paul’s stay in Corinth:
- ______________ and__________________ were tentmakers in Corinth (Acts 18:2, 3).
- Paul told the Jews here that henceforth he was going to the ____________ (Acts 18:6).
- _______________ was the chief ruler of the synagogue (Acts 18:8).
- ______________ was the deputy of Achaia who drove the Jews from his judgment seat and told them that he would not judge matters of their law (Acts 18:12).
- _________________ was beaten by the Greeks before the judgment seat (Acts 18:17).
- ________________ was a Jew who was born at _________________. He was an __________________ man and mighty in the _________________. At Ephesus he was instructed by Priscilla and Aquila. He then went into Achaia and mightily ____________ the Jews, showing by the Scriptures that _____________ was ________________ (Acts 18:24-28).
- During Paul’s stay in Ephesus he spent _________ years teaching in the school of ____________________. During this time God wrought special ________________ by the hands of Paul (Acts 19:9-11).
- In Ephesus many believers who before had used curious arts brought their ______________ and ________________ them. The value of these books was ________________________ pieces of silver (Acts 19:18-20).
- ______________________ was a silversmith in Ephesus who made silver shrines for _________________, an idol. He stirred up much people against Paul, so that there was an uproar in the city. For _______ hours the people cried out: “Great is _________________ of the __________________.” Finally the people were quieted by the _________________, who told them that if Demetrius and the others had anything against the apostles, the ________________ is open and there are _____________: let them _______________ one another (Acts 19:24-41).
- At Troas Paul raised a young man named _________________________ from the dead. He had fallen ________________while Paul preached and fell from the ______________ loft (Acts 20:9-11).
- At Miletus Paul sent to __________________ and called the ______________ of the church (Acts 20:17). When he told them that he was going to Jerusalem and would see them no more, they all ___________ sore, and _____________ on Paul’s neck, and ______________ him (Acts 20:36-38).
- Quote the answer of Paul to those who tried to keep him from going to Jerusalem (Acts 21:13): “__________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________.”
- When Paul was a captive in Jerusalem, a group of more than __________ men took an oath that they would not _______ or ____________ until they had _____________ Paul. Paul’s __________________ heard of this and came and told Paul. Paul had him brought to the chief _________________ who, when he knew this, had Paul brought under heavy guard to _____________________________ (Acts 23:12-23).
- Quote the words of king Agrippa to Paul when he was asked whether he believed the prophets (Acts 26:28). “____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________.”
- Paul was shipwrecked on the island of _________________. The chief man of this island was _______________, whose ___________________ was healed by Paul of a fever and bloody flux. On this island the people thought that Paul was a __________ when he shook a poisonous viper from his arm without suffering any harm (Acts 28:1-8).
- Paul dwelt _________ whole years in his own hired ______________ in Rome and received all that came to him, __________________ the kingdom of God and teaching those things which concern the ____________________________________________ with all _______________________, no man forbidding him” (Acts 28:30, 31).
- Quote the words of Paul in II Timothy 4:8: “_____________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________.”