Not Just Any Baby

I would like to introduce you to a Baby. You may wonder why I would want do so. The reason why I want to talk about this particular Baby is because I hope to show you that this Baby was not just an ordinary baby but was a very special Baby. It is true, of course that every parent will say that their baby is very special and not like any other baby. And I am sure every parent is right for no babies are alike. However, the Baby I want to talk about was really unlike any other baby ever born on this earth since His birth was actually foretold in the Bible long before it happened. You can read of Him, for instance, in Isaiah 9:6                                                       For to us a child is born, to us a son is given. And the government will be on his shoulders.

And in Isaiah 7:14, where you can read
The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son and will call him Immanuel.
The day finally came when what had been foretold happened. The young woman who was to give birth to this child was visited by an angel who told her


And the following, in Luke 1:30-31
But the angel said to her, "Do not be afraid, Mary, you have found favour with God. You will be with child and give birth to a son
you are to give him the name Jesus."      

When this Baby was eventually born, His birth was announced by an angel, accompanied by a whole group of angels. I don't think that happened when any of your babies were born. You can read of this event in Luke 2:8-14

And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to hem, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you; He is Christ the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a Baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger. Suddenly a great company of heavenly hosts appeared with the angel, praising God and saying, “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom His favour rests.”

Having heard this, I think you'll agree with me that Jesus was a special baby, am I right? Now, we all know that babies don't remain babies; they all grow up. That is what happened to the baby Jesus for he too became a boy and eventually became a man. But just as Jesus was a
special baby so He became a special man. While growing up He lived at home with his parents and He, very likely, helped his father in his carpenter’s business.

However, when He turned thirty, that all changed for He left home and began to travel throughout his nation, which was the nation of Israel. As he travelled, He began to teach the people about God. One day while He was teaching a great crowd of people, they became hungry and He fed all of them, as you can read in John 6:1-13.

Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), and a great crowd of people followed Him because they saw the miraculous signs He had performed on the sick. Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with His disciples. The Jewish Passover Feast was near. When Jesus looked up and saw a great crowd coming towards Him, He said to Philip, “Where shall we buy bread for these people to eat?” He asked this only to test him, for He already had in mind what He was going to do. Philip answered Him, “Eight months’ wages would not buy enough bread for each one to have a bite.” Another of His disciples, Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, spoke up, “Here is a boy with five small barley loaves and two small fish, but how far will they go among so many?” Jesus said, “Make the people sit down.” There was plenty of grass in that place, and the men sat down, about five thousand of them. Jesus then took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed to those who were seated as much as they wanted. He did the same with the fish. When they had all had enough to eat, He said to His disciples, “Gather the pieces that are left over. Let nothing be wasted.” So they gathered them and filled twelve baskets with the pieces of the five barley loaves left over by those who had eaten.

Feeding all these people was very kind of Him but the amazing thing is that He did not feed these people with food He had prepared before hand. That would have been impossible for there were at least 5000 people present. No, He only used the lunch of a little boy of five small loaves and two fish. And that little bit of food was multiplied as He asked God to bless it so that there was enough food for everyone.

That was not all that He did for when He walked from town to town and village to village He encountered people who were sick and He healed them. It did not matter to Him, what age anyone was, or what status or gender. He healed all of them because He was concerned for each one of them. I will give you a number of examples to show you how much Jesus cared about people.

1.Jesus healed a man who suffered with leprosy as you can read in Matthew 8:1-4
When He (Jesus) came down from the mountainside, a large crowd followed Him. A man with leprosy came and knelt before Him and said, “Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.” Jesus reached out His hand and touched the man. “I am willing,” He said, “Be clean.” Immediately, he was cured of his leprosy. Then Jesus said to him, “See that you don’t tell anyone. But go, show yourself to the priest and offer the gift Moses commanded, as a testimony to them.”

2. He healed a woman who had suffered a physical problem for twelve years. She had tried to quietly touch Him so she could be healed. However, Jesus noticed that power had gone out from Him for she had been made well. You can read that story in Luke 8:43-48
And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years, but no-one could heal her. She came up behind Him (Jesus) and touched the edge of his cloak, and immediately her bleeding stopped. “Who touched Me?” Jesus asked. When they all denied it, Peter said, “Master, the people are crowding and pressing against You.” But Jesus said, “Someone touched Me, I know that power has gone out from Me.” Then the woman, seeing that she could not go unnoticed, came trembling and fell at His feet. In the presence of all the people, she told why she had touched Him and how she had been instantly healed. He said to her, “Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace.”

3. He healed a woman who had been crippled for eighteen years, as you can read in Luke 13:10-17
On a Sabbath Day Jesus was teaching in one of the synagogues, and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit for eighteen years. She was bent over and could not straighten up at all. When Jesus saw her, He called her forward and said to her, “Woman, you are set free from your infirmity.” Then He put His hands on her, and immediately, she straightened up and praised God. Indignant because Jesus had healed on the Sabbath, the synagogue ruler said to the people, “There are six days for work. So come and be healed on those days, not on the Sabbath.” The Lord answered him, “You hypocrites! Doesn’t each of you on the Sabbath untie his ox or donkey from the stall and lead it out to give it water? Then should not this woman, a daughter of Abraham, whom Satan has kept bound for eighteen years, be set free on the Sabbath day from what bound her?” When He said this, all his opponents were humiliated, but the people were delighted with all the wonderful things He was doing.

You would expect everybody to have been delighted with the healing of this woman but some of the religious leaders were, in fact, very angry with Jesus because He had healed this woman on a Sabbath day.

4. He healed a little girl who was dying and, in fact, had died by the time He arrived at her home. Nevertheless He took her by the hand and told her to get up and she did, as you can read in Luke 8:41-42
Then a man named Jairus, a ruler of the synagogue, came and fell at Jesus’ feet, pleading with Him to come to his house, because his only daughter, a girl of about twelve, was dying. As Jesus was on His way, the crowds almost crushed Him……….

And Luke 8:49-55
While Jesus was still speaking, someone came from the house of Jairus, the synagogue ruler. “Your daughter is dead,” he said, “Don’t bother the Teacher anymore.” Hearing this, Jesus said to Jairus, “Don’t be afraid; just believe, and she will be healed.” When He arrived at the house of Jairus, He did not let anyone go in with Him except Peter, John and James, and the child’s father and mother. Meanwhile all the people were wailing and mourning for her. “Stop wailing,” Jesus said, “She is not dead but asleep.” They laughed at Him, knowing that she was dead. But He took her by the hand and said, “My child, get up.” Her spirit returned, and at once she stood up. Then Jesus told them to give her something to eat. Her parents were astonished, but He ordered them not to tell anyone what had happened.

5. He healed a blind beggar who was sitting at the road side near Jericho, as you can read in Luke 18:35-43.
As Jesus approached Jericho, a blind man was sitting by the roadside begging. When he heard the crowd going by, he asked what was happening. They told him, “Jesus of Nazareth is passing by.” He called out, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!” Those who led the way rebuked him and told him to be quiet, but he shouted all the more, “Son of David, have mercy on me!” Jesus stopped and ordered the man to be brought to him. When he came near, Jesus asked him, “What do you want Me to do for you?” “Lord, I want to see,” he replied. Jesus said to him, “Receive your sight; your faith has healed you.” Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus, praising God. When all the people saw it, they also praised God.

Interestingly, Jesus did not just presume that this blind beggar wanted to be healed but asked him what he would like Jesus to do for him. And Jesus healed him only after he had responded to His question.

Not only did Jesus heal people, He delivered people from evil spirits.
Once again, I will  give you a number of examples so you will know that Jesus cared so much about people that He was even willing to set them free from demonic oppression.

1. He delivered a man from many demons who controlled him to the point that he could not live with other people, as you can read in Luke 8:26-39
They sailed to the region of the Gerasenes, which is across the lake from Galilee. When Jesus stepped ashore, He was met by a demon-possessed man from the town. For a long time this man had not worn clothes or lived in a house, but had lived in the tombs. When he saw Jesus, he cried out and fell at His feet, shouting at the top of his voice, “What do You want with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God? I beg You, don’t torture me!” For Jesus had commanded the evil spirit to come out of the man. Many times it had seized him, and though he was chained hand and foot and kept under guard, he had broken his chains and had been driven by the demon into solitary places. Jesus asked him, “What is your name?” “Legion,” he replied, because many demons had gone into him. And they begged Him repeatedly not to order them to go into the Abyss. A large herd of pigs was feeding there on the hillside. The demons begged Jesus to let them go into them, and He gave them permission. When the demons came out of the man, they went into the pigs, and the herd rushed down the steep bank into the lake and was drowned. When those tending the pigs saw what had happened, they ran off and reported this in the town and countryside, and the people went out to see what had happened. When they came to Jesus, they found the man from whom the demons had gone out, sitting at Jesus’ feet, dressed and in his right mind; and they were afraid. Those who had seen it told the people how the demon-possessed man had been cured. Then all the people of the region of the Gerasenes asked Jesus to leave them, because they were overcome with fear. So He got into the boat and left. The man from whom the demons had gone out, begged to go with Him, but Jesus sent him away, saying, “Return home and tell how much God has done for you.” So the man went away and told all over the town how much Jesus had done for him.

This man, while under the control of demons, did not wear clothes and did not live in the town but in a tomb outside the town. As soon as he was set free from the demons, he got dressed and went back home to tell others what Jesus had done for him.

2. He delivered a boy from a demon that threw the boy into convulsions, as you can read in Luke 9:37-43
The next day, when they came down from the mountain, a large crowd met Him (Jesus). A man in the crowd called out, “Teacher, I beg You to look at my son, for he is my only child. A spirit seizes him and he suddenly screams; it throws him into convulsions so that he foams at the mouth. It scarcely ever leaves him and is destroying him. I begged Your disciples to drive it out, but they could not.” “O unbelieving and perverse generation,” Jesus replied, “How long shall I stay with you and put up with you? Bring your son here.” Even while the boy was coming, the demon threw him to the ground in a convulsion. But Jesus rebuked the evil spirit, healed the boy and gave him back to his father. And they were all amazed at the greatness of God.

3. He delivered a young girl from demonic oppression, as you can read in Matthew 15:21-28
Leaving that place, Jesus withdrew to the region of Tyre and Sidon. A Canaanite woman from the vicinity came to Him, crying out, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on me! My daughter is suffering terribly from demon-possession.” Jesus did not answer a word. So His disciples came to Him and urged Him, “Send her away, for she keeps crying out after us.” He answered, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel.” The woman came and knelt before Him, “Lord, help me!” she said. He replied, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to their dogs.” “Yes, Lord,” she said, “but even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table.” Then Jesus answered, “Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted.” And her daughter was healed from that very hour.

This little girl was not even Jewish but her mother believed that Jesus could and would set free even her daughter. And He did. It seems Jesus insulted this mother very much by comparing her to a dog because she was not Jewish. However, this mother understood that even dogs could and did eat the crumbs from under their masters’ table, meaning even she could receive a measure of His healing for her daughter. Jesus was very pleased with her answer and, consequently her daughter was healed.

Jesus did not only teach people about God, He did not only heal people, He did not only deliver people from demonic oppression; He even raised some people from the dead. Let me give you some examples to show the great compassion Jesus had for people.

1. One time Jesus met a widow whose only son had died. She was, in fact, on her way to bury him. Jesus walked up to her and told her not to cry. How could He say such a cruel thing? Did He not understand that there was now no one to take care of her? But perhaps she did stop crying because she may have sensed He would do something for her. And He did for He then went to the coffin and raised her son back to life, as you can read in Luke 7:11-17
Soon afterwards, Jesus went to a town called Nain, and His disciples and a large crowd went along with Him. As He approached the town gate, a dead person was being carried out – the only son of his mother, and she was a widow. And a large crowd from the town was with her. When the Lord saw her, His heart went out to her and He said, “Don’t cry.” Then He went up and touched the coffin, and those carrying it stood still. He said, “Young man, I say to you, get up!” The dead man set up and began to talk, and Jesus gave him back to his mother. They were all filled with awe and praised God. “A great Prophet has appeared among us,” they said, “God has come to help His people.”

2. Jesus even raised someone from the dead who had been in the tomb for
four days already. His name was Lazarus and Jesus knew him and his sisters very well. These two sisters had expected Him to come to their home when their brother Lazarus had fallen ill but He had not done so. Consequently, their brother had died and they had had to bury him. When Jesus finally turned up at their village four days after the funeral of their brother, both sisters told Him that His visit was too late but Jesus knew He had come at the exact right time for He had come to do an even greater miracle; He had come to bring their brother Lazarus back to life and that is what He did, as you can read in John 11:1-44
Now a man named Lazarus was sick. He was from Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. This Mary, whose brother Lazarus now lay sick, was the same person who poured perfume on the Lord and wiped His feet with her hair. So the sisters sent word to Jesus, “Lord, the one you love is sick.” When He heard this, Jesus said, “This sickness will not end in death. No, it is for God’s Glory so that God’s Son may be glorified through it.” Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. Yet when He heard that Lazarus was sick, He stayed where He was two more days. Then He said to His disciples, “Let us go back to Judea.” “But Rabbi,” they said, “a short while ago the Jews tried to stone You, and yet You are going back there?” Jesus answered, “Are there not twelve hours of daylight? A man who walks by day will not stumble, for he sees by this world’s light. It is when he walks by night that he stumbles, for he has no light.” After He had said this, He went on to tell them, “Lazarus has fallen asleep, but I am going there to wake him up.” His disciples replied, “Lord, if he sleeps, he will get better.” Jesus had been speaking of his death, but His disciples thought He meant natural sleep. So then He told them plainly, “Lazarus is dead, and for your sake I am glad I was not there, so that you may believe. But let us go to him.” Then Thomas (called Didymus) said to the rest of the disciples, “Let us also go, that we may die with Him.” On His arrival, Jesus found that Lazarus had already been in the tomb for four days. Bethany was less than two miles from Jerusalem, and many Jews had come to Martha and Mary to comfort them in the loss of their brother. When Martha heard that Jesus was coming, she went out to meet Him, but Mary stayed at home. “Lord,” Martha said to Jesus, “if You had been here, my brother would not have died. But I know that even now God will give You whatever You ask.” Jesus said to her, “Your brother will rise again.” Martha answered, “I know he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day.” Jesus said to her, “I am the Resurrection and the Life. He who believes in Me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?” “Yes, Lord,” she told Him, “I believe that You are the Christ, the Son of God, who was to come into the world.” And after she had said this, she went back and called her sister aside. “The Teacher is here,” she said, “and is asking for you.” When Mary heard this, she got up quickly and went to Him. Now Jesus had not yet entered the village, but was still at the place where Martha had met Him. When the Jews who had been with Mary in the house, comforting her, noticed how quickly she got up and went out, they followed her, supposing she was going to the tomb to mourn there. When Mary reached the place where Jesus was and saw Him, she fell at His feet and said, “Lord, if You had been here, my brother would not have died.” When Jesus saw her weeping, and the Jews who had come along with her also weeping, He was deeply moved in spirit and troubled.” Where have you laid him?” He asked. “Come and see, Lord,” they replied. Jesus wept. Then the Jews said, “See how He loved him.” But some of them said, “Could not He who opened the eyes of the blind man have kept this man from dying?” Jesus, once more deeply moved, came to the tomb. It was a cave with a stone laid across the entrance. “Take away the stone,” He said. “But, Lord,” said Martha, the sister of the dead man, “by this time there is a bad odour, for he has been there four days.” Then Jesus said, “Did I not tell you that if you believed, you would see the Glory of God?” So they took away the stone. Then Jesus looked up and said, “Father, I thank You that You have heard Me. I knew that You always hear Me, but I said this for the benefit of the people standing here, that they may believe that You sent Me.” When He had said this, Jesus called in a loud voice, “Lazarus, come out!” The dead man came out, his hands and feet wrapped with strips of linen, and a cloth around his face. Jesus said to them, “Take off the grave clothes and let him go.”

So Jesus was not just an ordinary person, like you and I; He was a very special person, you'll agree. And He had been born for a very special reason. He had not just been born to teach people about God, even though that was very important. Neither had He just been
born to heal and deliver people, even though these things were very important too. He had in fact been born to die for people. Not just for the people in His nation Israel but for all people everywhere and at all times. That is what He did for after having travelled through His
nation for three years, He allowed himself to be put on a cross and that is when He died for all people, including you, as you can read in Luke 23:33
When they came to the place called the Skull, there they crucified Him (Jesus), along with the criminals – one on His right, the other on His left.

Why did He allow himself to be crucified? Because of His love for people, including you. For three years He had shown people His love for them by teaching them about God, by healing them, delivering them and even raising some of them from the dead. But He showed his greatest love for them and for you when He died on the cross. You see, Jesus knew that all people everywhere, including you, are separated from God because of sin for God is not only a God of love but God is a holy God too. And that no matter what good works you have done and might be doing to become acceptable to Him it is impossible for you to do enough good works to become as good as God. That is why Jesus came into the world as a Baby.

It is true that Jesus has always been in existence as part of the Godhead, as God the Son. And as God the Son, He, together with God the Father, created the Universe, including the first two human beings, as you can read in Genesis 1:27
So God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.

This first couple had a wonderful relationship with God until they disobeyed. Then everything changed for their sinful actions caused them to become separated from God. Their sinful actions affected not just them but everyone born after them, including you, as you can read in Romans 5:12
Therefore, just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all men, because all sinned.

That is why God the Son left heaven and entered the world as a Baby so He could identify with human beings. And since He lived a perfect life as a human being, He could die on your behalf and take your sins upon Him so that you once again can have a close relationship with God just as the first couple had originally. You could say, Jesus became the Bridge for you to God. His death paid the price for your sins so you do not have to pay the price, which is separation from God not just now but even after you die.

Perhaps you do not have this close relationship with God and you may have never heard how you can have that close relationship with God as your heavenly Father. That is why I have shared about Jesus being the Bridge to the Father for no-one can come to the Father except through Jesus, as you can read in John 14:6
Jesus answered, “I am the Way and the Truth and the Life. No-one comes to the Father except through Me.”

Even though you may know about God you may not know Him intimately. But God knows you and He desires for you to learn how you can become His child and how He can become your heavenly Father. So what are the steps you need to take to have that close relationship with God?

First of all, you need to recognise that you are a sinner and that nothing you do can bring you into a right relationship with God, including taking care of your family, other relatives or even your neighbours, good as these things are. These things cannot make you right with God.
Secondly, you need to realise that Jesus has, in fact, already paid the price for all your sins when He died on the cross 2000 years ago.

Thirdly, you need to recognise your need to confess your sins, including specific sins that you may be are aware of, and to ask God to forgive you of all your sins because Jesus has already paid the price for them on the cross in His role as your Saviour.

Fourthly, you need to realise your need for Jesus to help you live in a way that is
pleasing to God by asking Him to be the Lord of your life.

If you are not yet God’s child then God wants to invite you to become His child.

I would, therefore, like to lead you in a prayer so you can acknowledge that you are a sinner and that you accept God’s forgiveness based on Jesus’ death on the cross so you can become a child of God. He will then become your heavenly Father and you can know that you will be with God in heaven after you die. I would now like to invite you to pray the following prayer

Dear God,
I know that I am a sinner and I cannot make myself right with You.
But I know too that You sent Your Son Jesus to earth to die for me on a cross 2000 years ago so I can be forgiven of all my sins.
I confess my sins and repent of them…. (if you are aware of anything specific you can just mention them to God) and I receive Your forgiveness of them.
By faith I accept that I have now become Your Child and You have now become my heavenly Father and I will be with You in heaven when I die.
I ask Jesus to be the Lord of my life and to help me live in a way that is pleasing to You with the help of the Holy Spirit. Amen.


Having prayed this prayer you can now know that you have become a child of God and that is wonderful. You can now ask the Lord to guide you each day. If possible, spend time with other believers so you can learn from them how to live in a way that is pleasing to God. Over time you may be able to share with others what you have learned about God.

QUESTIONS

 

Question 1: Who do I want to introduce you to in this story?

 

Question 2: Why do I want to talk about this particular Baby?

 

Question 3: Why was the Baby I want to talk about really unlike any other baby ever                                               born on this earth?

 

Question 4: What does the prophet Isaiah say about this Baby in Isaiah 9:6?

 

Question 5: What does the prophet Isaiah say about this Baby in Isaiah 7:14?

 

Question 6: What day did finally come?

 

Question 7: Who was visited by an angel?

 

Question 8a: According to Luke 1:30-31, what did the angel say to the young woman?

 

Question 8b: According to Luke 1:30-31, what else did the angel say to the woman?

 

Question 8c: According to Luke 1:30-31, what name was the young woman to give to the        

                     child?
 

Question 9: Who announced the birth of this Baby?

 

Question 10a: According to Luke 2:8-14, who were keeping watch over their flocks at                        night?

Question 10b: According to Luke 2:8-14, who appeared to the shepherds?

 

Question 10c: According to Luke 2:8-14, what shone around the shepherds?

Question 10d: According to Luke 2:8-14, how did the shepherds feel when they noticed                        that the glory of the Lord shone around them?

 

Question 10e: According to Luke 2:8-14, what did the angel say to the shepherds?

 

Question 10f: According to Luke 2:8-14, who had been born in the town of David that                                   day?

 

Question 10g: According to Luke 2:8-14, who was the Saviour that was born in the town

                       of David that day?

 

Question 10h: According to Luke 2:8-14, what would be a sign to the shepherds?

 

Question 10i: According to Luke 2:8-14, who appeared with the angel?

Question 10j: According to Luke 2:8-14, what did the company of heavenly hosts do?

 

Question 10k: According to Luke 2:8-14, what did the heavenly hosts say?

 

Question 11: Did Baby Jesus grow up?

 

Question 12: While growing up where did Jesus live?

 

Question 13: Who did Jesus help while growing up?

 

Question 14: What changed when Jesus turned thirty?

Question 15: What did Jesus begin to do when He turned thirty?

 

Question 16: What did Jesus do when He travelled?

 

Question 17: What did Jesus one day do for a great crowd of people He was teaching?

 

Question 18a: According to John 6:1-13, where did Jesus go?

 

Question 18b: According to John 6:1-13, who followed Jesus to the far shore of the Sea of                        Galilee?

 

Question 18c: According to John 6:1-13, why did a great crowd of people follow Jesus to                        the far shore of the Sea of Galilee?

 

Question 18d: According to John 6:1-13, where did Jesus go?

Question 18e: According to John 6:1-13, with whom did Jesus sit down at the                                     mountainside?

 

Question 18f: According to John 6:1-13, what Feast was near?

 

Question 18g: According to John 6:1-13, to whom did Jesus speak?

Question 18h: According to John 6:1-13, what did Jesus ask Philip?

 

Question 18i: According to John 6:1-13, why did Jesus ask Philip this question?

Question 18j: According to John 6:1-13, did Jesus already have in mind what He was going     

                      to do?

Question 18k: According to John 6:1-13, how did Philip answer Jesus?

Question 18l: According to John 6:1-13, who spoke up next?

 

Question 18m: According to John 6:1-13, what did Andrew say?

 

Question 18n: According to John 6:1-13, did Andrew think the meal of the boy would be                        sufficient to feed the great crowd of people?

 

Question 18o: According to John 6:1-13, how did Jesus respond?

 

Question 18p: According to John 6:1-13, how many men were present?

 

Question 18q: According to John 6:1-13, what did Jesus do next?

 

Question 18r: According to John 6:1-13, after Jesus had prayed what did He do?

 

Question 18s: According to John 6:1-13, what did Jesus do with the fish?

 

Question 18t: According to John 6:1-13, what did Jesus say to His disciples after everyone                              had had enough to eat?

 

Question 18u: According to John 6:1-13, how many baskets were filled with the left over                        food?

 

Question 19: Was it kind of Jesus to feed all these people?

Question 20: Had Jesus had food prepared before hand to feed all these people?

 

Question 21: Why would it have been impossible for Jesus to have had food prepared                      beforehand to feed all these people?

 

Question 22: What did Jesus use to feed all these people?

 

Question 23: How was that little food multiplied?

 

Question 24: Was that all that Jesus did?

Question 25: Did it matter to Jesus what age anyone was or what status in life or                                      gender?

 

Question 26: Why did Jesus heal all of them?

 

Question 27a: According to Matthew 8:1-4, who followed Jesus when He came down                                       from the mountainside?

 

Question 27b: According to Matthew 8:1-4, who came and knelt before Jesus?


Question 27c: According to Matthew 8:1-4, what did the man with leprosy say to Jesus?

 

Question 27d: According to Matthew 8:1-4, what did Jesus do?

Question 27e: According to Matthew 8:1-4, what did Jesus say to the man with leprosy?

 

Question 27f: According to Matthew 8:1-4, what did Jesus then say to the man with                                          leprosy?

 

Question 27g: According to Matthew 8:1-4, what happened to the man with leprosy after                        Jesus had told him is clean?

 

Question 27h: According to Matthew 8:1-4, what warning did Jesus give to the man with                        leprosy after he had been cured of his leprosy?

 

Question 27i: According to Matthew 8:1-4, what instructions did Jesus give to the man                       who had been cured of leprosy?

 

Question 28: How long had the woman whom Jesus healed suffered a physical problem?

Question 29: How had the woman tried to receive her healing?

Question 30: What had Jesus noticed when the woman had been made well?

Question 31a: According to Luke 8:43-48, what had been the woman’s problem?

Question 31b: According to Luke 8:43-48, had anyone been able to heal the woman?

 

Question 31c: According to Luke 8:43-48, what did the woman touch?

 

Question 31d: According to Luke 8:43-48, what happened when the woman touched the                        edge of the cloak of Jesus?

 

Question 31e: According to Luke 8:43-48, what did Jesus ask after the woman had                          touched His cloak?

 

Question 31f: According to Luke 8:43-48, did anyone come forward to say they had                       touched Jesus?

 

Question 31g: According to Luke 8:43-48, what did Peter say to Jesus?

Question 31h: According to Luke 8:43-48, how did Jesus respond to Peter?

 

Question 31i: According to Luke 8:43-48, who came then forward?

 

Question 31j: According to Luke 8:43-48, why did the woman who had been healed come                         forward?

 

Question 31k: According to Luke 8:43-48, how did the woman who had been healed then                        come forward?

 

Question 31l: According to Luke 8:43-48, what did the woman tell Jesus in the presence                              of all the people?


Question 31m: According to Luke 8:43-48, what did Jesus call the woman who had been                         healed?

Question 31n: According to Luke 8:43-48, what did Jesus say to the woman who

                        had been healed?

Question 31o: According to Luke 8:43-48, what else did Jesus say to the woman who had                        been healed?

Question 32: How long had the woman been crippled whom Jesus had healed?

 

Question 33a; According to Luke 13:10-17, where was Jesus on a Sabbath Day?

 

Question 33b: According to Luke 13:10-17, who was in the synagogue where Jesus was                        teaching on that Sabbath Day?

Question 33c: According to Luke 13:10-17, by whom had the woman who was in the                                         synagogue where Jesus was teaching that Sabbath Day been crippled for                        eighteen years?

 

Questions 33d: According to Luke 13:101-7, what was the condition of the crippled                            woman who was in the synagogue where Jesus was teaching that                               Sabbath Day?

 

Question 33e: According to Luke 13:10-17, what did Jesus do when He saw the crippled                        woman?

 

Question 33f: According to Luke 13:10-17, what did Jesus say to the crippled woman?

 

Question 33g: According to Luke 13:10-17, what did Jesus do next?

 

Question 33h: According to Luke 13:10-17, what happened to the crippled woman after                        Jesus had put His hands on her?

Question 33i: According to Luke 13:10-17 what was the response of the crippled woman                       after she had straightened up?

 

Question 33j: According to Luke 13:10-17, who was indignant after the healing of the                                      crippled woman by Jesus?

Question 33k: According to Luke 13:10-17, why was the synagogue ruler indignant after                        the healing of the crippled woman by Jesus?

Question 33l: According to Luke 13:10-17, did the synagogue ruler think the crippled                                        woman should have come for healing at another day?

 

Question 33m: According to Luke 13:10-17, how did Jesus respond to the synagogue                                        ruler?

 

Question 33n: According to Luke 13:10-17, what did Jesus compare His healing of the                                     crippled woman on the Sabbath Day to?

 

Question 33o: According to Luke 13:10-17, who did Jesus say was this woman a daughter                        of?

 

Question 33p: According to Luke 13:10-17, who did Jesus say had kept this woman bound                        for eighteen years?

 

Question 33q: According to Luke 13:10-17, who were humiliated after Jesus had spoken?

 

Question 33r: According to Luke 13:10-17, who were delighted with all the wonderful                       things Jesus was doing?

 

Question 34: Was everyone delighted with the healing of the crippled woman?

Question 35: What did Jesus do when He arrived at the home of a little girl who had                       already died?

Question 36a: According to Luke 8:41-42, who came to Jesus?

 

Question 36b: According to Luke 8:41-42, who was Jairus?

 

Question 36c: According to Luke 8:41-42, what did Jairus ask Jesus to do?

 

Question 36d: According to Luke 8:41-42, why did Jairus plead with Jesus to come to his                        home?

 

Question 36e: According to Luke 8:41-42, how old was Jairus’ daughter who was dying?

 

Question 37a: According to Luke 8:49-55, who came from the house of the synagogue                        ruler to see Jairus?

 

Question 37b: According to Luke 8:49-55, what did the person who had come from the                        house of the synagogue ruler say to Jairus?

 

Question 37c: According to Luke 8:49-55, did the person who had come from the house                       of the synagogue ruler think that Jesus still needed to come to the house                       of Jairus?

 

Question 37d: According to Luke 8:49-55, did Jesus agree with the words of the person                                   who had come from the house of the synagogue ruler that the Teacher                        should not be bothered anymore?

 

Question 37e: According to Luke 8:49-55, what did Jesus say to Jairus?

 

Question 37f: According to Luke 8:49-55, who did Jesus allow to go into Jairus’ home                                      with Him?

Question 37g: According to Luke 8:49-55, what were the people doing in the home of                        Jairus?

Question 37h: According to Luke 8:49-55, what did Jesus say to the people who were                         wailing and mourning for Jairus’ daughter?

 

Question 37i: According to Luke 8:49-55, why did Jesus say to the people who were                                        wailing and mourning for Jairus’ daughter to stop wailing for her?

 

Question 37j: According to Luke 8:49-55, how did the people who were wailing and                       mourning for Jairus’ daughter react to Jesus’ words that Jairus’ daughter                       was not dead but asleep?

 

Question 37k: According to Luke 8:49-55, what did Jesus do once He was inside the                        home of Jairus?

Question 37l: According to Luke 8:49-55, what happened to Jairus’ daughter when Jesus                         took her by the hand and told her to get up?

Question 37m: According to Luke 8:49-55, what did Jesus tell Jairus and his wife to do                         after He had raised their daughter from the dead?

Question 37n: According to Luke 8:49-55, what did Jesus tell Jairus and his wife not to                        do after He had raised their daughter from the dead?

 

Question 38: Who did Jesus heal at the road side near Jericho?

Question 39a: According to Luke 18:35-43, which town was Jesus approaching?

Question 39b: According to Luke 18:35-43, who was sitting by the roadside near Jericho?

 

Question 39c: What did the blind beggar sitting by the roadside near Jericho ask the                                          crowd going by?

Question 39d: According to Luke 18:35-43, what did the crowd that was going by the                        blind beggar sitting by the roadside near Jericho tell him?

 

Question 39e: According to Luke 18:35-43, what did the blind beggar sitting by the                        roadside near Jericho do when he heard that Jesus of Nazareth was                           passing by?

Question 39f: According to Luke 18:35-43, were the people leading the crowd happy for                       the blind beggar sitting by the roadside near Jericho to call out for Jesus,                       Son of David, to have mercy on him?

 

Question 39g: According to Luke 18:35-43, what did Jesus do?

Question 39h: According to Luke 18:35-43, what question did Jesus ask the blind beggar                        sitting by the roadside near Jericho?

Question 39i: According to Luke 18:35-43, how did the blind beggar sitting by the                           roadside near Jericho respond to Jesus’ words to him?

Question 39j: According to Luke 18:35-43, what was Jesus’ answer to the blind beggar                                    sitting by the roadside near Jericho?

Question 39k: According to Luke 18:35-43, how had the blind beggar sitting by the                          roadside near Jericho received his sight?

 

Question 39l: According to Luke 18:35-43, what happened to the blind beggar sitting by                       the roadside near Jericho after Jesus had pronounced his healing?

 

Question 39m: According to Luke 18:35-43, what did the blind beggar sitting by the                                            roadside near Jericho do after he had received his sight?

 

Question 39n: According to Luke 18:35-43, what did all the people do when they saw the                        healing of the blind beggar sitting by the roadside near Jericho?

Question 40: Did Jesus presume the blind beggar wanted to be healed?

Question 41: When did Jesus heal the blind beggar sitting by the roadside near Jericho?

 

Question 42: Besides healing people, what else did Jesus do?

Question 43: Why was Jesus willing to set people free from demonic oppression?

 

Question 44: Who did Jesus deliver?

Question 45a: According to Luke 8:26-39, where did Jesus and His disciples sail to?

 

Question 45b: According to Luke 8:26-39, who did Jesus meet when he stepped ashore?

Question 45c: According to Luke 8:26-39, how had the demon-possessed man lived?

 

Question 45d: According to Luke 8:26-39, what was the reaction of the demon-                             possessed man when he saw Jesus?

 

Question 45e: According to Luke 8:26-39, what did the demon-possessed man shout at                        the top of his voice?

 

Question 45f: According to Luke 8:26-39, why had the demon-possessed man begged                       Jesus not to torture him?

 

Question 45g: According to Luke 8:26-39, what had the evil spirit done to the

                       demon-possessed man?

 

Question 45h: According to Luke 8:26-39, what had happened to the demon-possessed                        man after the evil spirit had seized him?

Question 45i: According to Luke 8:26-39, what question did Jesus ask?


Question 45j: According to Luke 8:26-39, what was the reply of the man to Jesus’                          question?

 

Question 45k: According to Luke 8:26-39, why did the demon-possessed man reply to                        Jesus that his name was “Legion”?

 

Question 45l: According to Luke 8:26-39, what had the demons repeatedly begged                       Jesus?

Question 45m: According to Luke 8:26-39, where had the demons begged Jesus to let                         them go into?

Question 45n: According to Luke 8:26-39, did Jesus give the demons permission to enter                          a large herd of pigs that was feeding on the hillside?

 

Question 45o: According to Luke 8:26-39, what happened to the pigs after the demons                        had entered them?

 

Question 45p: According to Luke 8:26-39, what happened to the people who were                        tending the pigs?

Question 45q: According to Luke 8:26-39, what did the people see what they came to                        Jesus?

Question 45r: According to Luke 8:26-39, what was the reaction of the people who saw                       the previously demon-possessed man sitting at Jesus’ feet, dressed, and in                       his right mind?


Question 45s: According to Luke 8:26-39, what did the people who had seen the                            demon-possessed man sitting at Jesus’ feet, dressed and in his right

                       mind tell others?

 

Question 45t: According to Luke 8:26-39, what did the people of the region of the                                                      Gerasenes ask Jesus to do?

Question 45u: According to Luke 8:26-39, why did the people of the region of the                                                       Gerasenes ask Jesus to leave?

 

Question 45v: According to Luke 8:26-39, what did Jesus do in response to the request                         of the people of the region of the Gerasenes?

Question 45w: According to Luke 8:26-39, what did the previously demon-possessed                                        man beg Jesus?

Question 45y: According to Luke 8:26-39, what was Jesus’ response to the request of                        the previously demon-possessed man?

Question 46: Did the demon-possessed man wear clothes and did he live in town?

 

Question 47: When did the demon-possessed man get dressed and go back home?

 

Question 48: What happened to a boy when a demon attacked him?

Question 49a: According to Luke 9:37-43, who called out to Jesus?

 

Question 49b: According to Luke 9:37-43, why did the man in the crowd call out to                                           Jesus?

Question 49c: According to Luke 9:37-43,why did the man in the crowd want Jesus to                        look at his son, his only child?

Question 49d: According to Luke 9:37-43, who had the man begged to drive the demon                        out of his son?

 

Question 49e: According to Luke 9:37-43, had the disciples been able to drive the demon                        out of the son of the man?

 

Question 49f: According to Luke 9:37-43, what did Jesus say to the man?

Question 49g: According to Luke 9:37-43, what did happen to the boy while he was                                         coming to Jesus?

 

Question 49h: According to Luke 9:37-43, what did Jesus do when the boy was thrown                                     to the ground in a convulsion by the demon?

Question 49i: According to Luke 9:37-43, what did Jesus do next for the boy?

 

Question 49j: According to Luke 9:37-43, what happened to the crowd after they had                       seen the deliverance and healing of the boy?

Question 50: What did Jesus do for a young girl?

Question 51a: According to Matthew 15:21-28, where did Jesus withdrew to?

Question 51b: According to Matthew 15:21-28, who came to see Jesus?

Question 51c: According to Matthew 15:21-28, how did the Canaanite woman address                       Jesus?

 

Question 51d: According to Matthew 15:21-28, what did the Canaanite woman ask Jesus                        for?

Question 51e: According to Matthew 15:21-28, why did the Canaanite woman ask Jesus                        for mercy?

 

Question 51f: According to Matthew 15:21-28, did Jesus answer the Canaanite woman?

Question 51g: According to Matthew 15:21-28, what did the disciples urge Jesus to do?

Question 51h: According to Matthew 15:21-28, why did the disciples urge Jesus to send                        the Canaanite woman away?

Question 51i; According to Matthew 15:21-28, what did Jesus then say to the Canaanite                       woman?

Question 51j; According to Matthew 15:21-28, what did the Canaanite woman do next?

Question 51k: According to Matthew 15:21-28, what did the Canaanite woman then say to                        Jesus?

Question 51l: According to Matthew 15:21-28, what was Jesus’ reply to the Canaanite                       woman?

 

Question 51m: According to Matthew 15:21-28, how did the Canaanite women reply to                                      Jesus’ words to her?

Question 51n: According to Matthew 15:21-28, how did Jesus answer the Canaanite                         woman?

Question 51o: According to Matthew 15:21-28, who had been healed at that moment?

Question 52: Was the little girl who had been healed Jewish?

 

Question 53: Who believed that the little girl could and would be set free by Jesus?

Question 54: Did Jesus insult this mother when He compared her to a dog?

Question 55: What did this mother understood about dogs?

Question 56: What did this mother’s understanding that even dogs could and did eat the                           crumbs from under their masters’ table imply for her daughter?

 

Question 57: Was Jesus very pleased with the answer of this mother?

Question 58: Apart from healing people and delivering people from demonic oppression,                         what else did Jesus do?

 

Question 59: Who did Jesus go up to and tell her not to cry?

 

Question 60: Why could Jesus telling the widow not to cry be seen as a cruel thing?

 

Question 61: Did Jesus go to the coffin with the body of the widow’s son in it?

Question 62a: According to Luke 7:11-17, which town did Jesus go to?

Question 62b: According to Luke 7:11-17, who went with Jesus?

Question 62c: According to Luke 7:11-17, who was being carried out when Jesus                               approached the town gate?

 

Question 62d: According to Luke 7:11-17, who was the dead person who was being                          carried out?

 

Question 62e: According to Luke 7:11-17, who came with the widow who was on her way                        to bury her only son?

 

Question 62f: According to Luke 7:11-17, what happened to the Lord when he saw the                       widow who was on her way to bury her only son?

Question 62g: According to Luke 7:11-17, what did the Lord say to the widow who was on                        her way to bury her only son?

Question 62h: According to Luke 7:11-17, what did the Lord do after He had said to the                                   widow who was on her way to bury her only son not to cry?

 

Question 62i: According to Luke 7:11-17, what did those who carried the coffin do after                                   the Lord had gone up to the coffin and touched it?

Question 62j: According to Luke 7:11-17, what did the Lord do after He had gone up to the                             coffin and had touched it?

 

Question 62k: According to Luke 7:11-17, what happened to the dead young man after                       Jesus had told him to get up?

 

Question 62l: According to Luke 7:11-17, what did the previously dead young man do after                       he had sat up?

 

Question 62m: According to Luke 7:11-17, who did Jesus give the previously dead young                         man back to?

Question 62n: What happened to all the people who watched Jesus giving the previously                         dead young man back to his mother, the widow?

Question 62o: According to Luke 7:11-17 who did all the people say had appeared among                               them?

Question 62p: According to Luke 7:11-17, what did all the people say about God?

 

Question 63: How many days had Lazarus been in the tomb when Jesus raised him from                                the dead?

Question 64: Did Jesus know Lazarus?

Question 65: What had Lazarus’ two sisters expected Jesus to do when Lazarus had                      fallen ill?

 

Question 66: Had Jesus come to the home of Lazarus and his two sisters when he had                                  fallen ill?

Question 67: What had happened to Lazarus because Jesus had not come to the home of                             Lazarus and his two sisters when Lazarus had fallen ill?

 

Question 68: What did Lazarus’ two sisters have to do after Lazarus had died?

 

Question 69: When did Jesus show up at the village where Lazarus and his two sisters                                   were living?

 

Question 70: What did Lazarus’ two sisters tell Jesus?

 

Question 71: Did Jesus think His visit was too late?

 

Question 72: Why did Jesus know He had come at the exact right time?

Question 73: What was the miracle Jesus knew He was going to do?

 

Question 74a: According to John 11:1-44, who was sick?

 

Question 74b: According to John 11:1-44, which village was Lazarus from?

Question 74c: According to John 11:1-44, what are the names of Lazarus’ sisters?

 

Question 74d: According to John 11:1-44, who had poured perfume on the Lord and wiped                        His feet with her hair?

 

Question 74e: According to John 11:1-44, who sent word to Jesus to tell Him that the one                        He loved was sick?

Question 74f: According to John 11:1-44, how did Jesus respond to the message of                           Lazarus’ sisters?

 

Question 74g: According to John 11:1-44, did Jesus love Lazarus and his sisters?

Question 74h: According to John 11:1-44, how long did Jesus stay where He was after He                        had received the message from Lazarus’ sisters that Lazarus was sick?

 

Question 74i: According to John 11:1-44, where did Jesus say to His disciples they were to                        go back to?

 

Question 74j: According to John 11:1-44, how did the disciples respond to Jesus’ words?

Question 74k: According to John 11:1-44, how did Jesus respond to the words of the                        disciples?

Question 74l: According to John 11:1-44, what did Jesus say to His disciples in relation to                       Lazarus?

 

Question 74m: According to John 11:1-44, how did the disciples respond to Jesus’ words                         about Lazarus being asleep?

Question 74n: According to John 11:1-44, what had Jesus been speaking of when He                        mentioned that Lazarus had fallen asleep?

 

Question 74o: According to John 11:1-44, what did the disciples think Jesus meant when                        He said that Lazarus had fallen asleep?

 

Question 74p: According to John 11:1-44, what did Jesus explain about Lazarus’ condition                        to the disciples?

Question 74q: According to John 11:1-44, what else did Jesus say to the disciples?

Question 74r: According to John 11:1-44, which one of the disciples said to the other                                      disciples that they should all go so that they may die with Jesus?

 

Question 74s: According to John 11:1-44 how many days had Lazarus already been in                            tomb when Jesus arrived at Bethany?

Question 74t: According to John 11:1-44, how far was Bethany from Jerusalem?

 

Question 74u: According to John 11:1-44, who had come to Mary and Martha?

 

Question 74v: According to John 11:1-44, why had many Jews come to Mary and Martha?

 

Question 74w: According to John 11:1-44, who went out to meet Jesus?

Question 74x: According to John 11:1-44, who stayed at home?

Question 74y: According to John 11:1-44, what did Martha say to Jesus when she sees                                   Him?

 

Question 74z: According to John 11:1-44, how did Jesus respond to Martha’s words?

 

Question 74a: According to John 11:1-44, what did Martha say in response to Jesus’ words                         that her brother Lazarus would rise again?

 

Question 74b: According to John 11:1-44, what statement did Jesus make about Himself?

 

Question 74c: According to John 11:1-44, what did Jesus ask Martha?

 

Question 74d: According to John 11:1-44, how did Martha respond to Jesus’ question?

 

Question 74e: According to John 11:1-44, where did Martha go next?

Question 74f: According to John 11:1-44, who did Martha speak to when she went back home?

.

Question 74g: According to John 11:1-44, what did Martha say to her sister Mary when                        she went back home?

Question 74h: According to John 11:1-44, how did Mary respond to her sister Martha’s                        words?

Question 74i: According to John 11:1-44, where was Jesus when Mary went to see Him?

 

Question 74j: According to John 11:1-44, who followed Mary when she went out?

 

Question 74k: According to John 11:1-44, where did the Jews who had been with Mary in                        the house, comforting her, think she was going?

 

Question 74l: According to John 11:1-44, what did Mary do when she reached the place                       where Jesus was and saw Him?

 

Question 74m: According to John 11:1-44, what did Mary say to Jesus?

 

Question 74n: According to John 11:1-44, how did Jesus respond to the weeping of Mary                        and the Jews who had come with her?

 

Question 74o: According to John 11:1-44, what question did Jesus ask Mary?

 

Question 74p: According to John 11:1-44, how did Mary and the Jews who had come with                        her reply to Jesus?

Question 74q: According to John 11:1-44, what did Jesus do next?

Question 74r: According to John 11:1-44, how did the Jews respond to the weeping of                                    Jesus?

 

Question 74s: According to John 11:1-44, what did the tomb of Lazarus consists of?

Question 74t: According to John 11:1-44, what did Jesus tell the Jews to do when they                                    arrived at the cave where Lazarus was buried?

Question 74u: According to John 11:1-44, what was Martha’s comment when Jesus told                        the Jews to remove the stone from the cave where Lazarus was buried?

 

Question 74v: According to John 11:1-44, why would there be a bad odour coming from                        the cave if the stone were to be removed?

 

Question 74w: According to John 11:1-44, what was Jesus reply to Martha’s comment that                         there would be a bad odour coming from the cave if the stone were to be                         removed?
 

Question 74x: According to John 11:1-44, what did the Jews do in response to Jesus’                        words?

 

Question 74y: According to John 11:1-44, what did Jesus do after the stone had been                                       removed from the cave in which Lazarus was buried?

Question 74z: According to John 11:1-44, after having prayed to His Father who did Jesus                        command to come out of the cave?

 

Question 74a: According to John 11:1-44, did anyone come out of the cave in response to                        the command of Jesus?

 

Question 74b: According to John 11:1-44, what did Jesus tell the people to do?

 

Question 75:  Was Jesus just an ordinary person, like you and I?

Question 76: Had Jesus been born for a very special reason?

Question 77: Had Jesus just been born to teach people about God?

Question 78: Had Jesus just been born to heal and deliver people?

Question 79: Why had Jesus, in fact, been born?

 

Question 80: Had Jesus just come to die for the people in His nation Israel?

Question 81: What happened to Jesus after He had travelled through His nation for three                         years?

Question 82: What happened when Jesus hung on a cross?

Question 83a: According to Luke 23:33, where was Jesus crucified?

Question 83b: According to Luke 23:33, with whom else was Jesus crucified?

 

Question 84: Why did Jesus allow Himself to be crucified?

Question 85: How had Jesus shown people His love for them?

Question 86: How did Jesus shown His greatest love for them and for you?

Question 87: Did Jesus know that all people everywhere, including you, are separated                                   from God because of sin?

Question 88: Why are all people everywhere, including you, separated from God                                              because of sin?

Question 89: It is possible for you to do enough good works to become as good as God?

Question 90: Is that why Jesus came into the world as a Baby?

 

Question 91: Has Jesus always been in existence?

 

Question 92: When did Jesus, as God the Son, work together with God the Father?

 

Question 93: According to Genesis 1:27, who did God make in His image?

 

Question 94: Did the first couple have a wonderful relationship with God?

Question 95: When did everything change for the first couple?

Question 96: Why did everything change for the first couple after they disobeyed God?

Question 97: Have their sinful actions affected not just them but  everyone born after                                   them, including you?

Question 98a: According to Romans 5:12, how did sin enter the world?

 

Question 98b: According to Romans 5:12, what entered the world though the sin of one                        man?

Question 98c: According to Romans 5:12, what came to all men because all sinned?

Question 99: Why did the Son of God leave heaven and enter the world as a Baby?

Question 100: Why could Jesus die on your behalf?

Question 101:  Does Jesus’ dying on your behalf and taking your sins on Him affect your                         relationship with the Father?

 

Question 102: What could you say, Jesus became for you?

Question 103: What price did Jesus pay by His death?

Question 104: Since Jesus paid the price for your death, do you still have to pay the price                        for your death?

 

Question 105: Have you ever heard how you can have that close relationship with God                        as your heavenly Father?

Question 106: Do you know that no-one can come to the Father except through Jesus?

Question 107a: According to John 14:6, what does Jesus call Himself?

Question 107b: According to John 14:6 does, Jesus say anyone can come to the Father in                          any way they choose?

 

Question 108: Do you know God?

Question 109: Does God know you?

Question 110: What are the steps you need to take to have that close relationship with                                    God?

Question 111: What is the first step that you have to take?

Question 112: Can taking care of your family, other relatives or even your neighbours                                    bring you closer to God?

 

Question 113: Can taking care of your family, other relatives or even your neighbours                                    make you right with God?

Question 114: What is the second step you need to take?

Question 115: What is the third step you need to take?

Question 116: Is Jesus still on earth?

Question 117: Who has Jesus sent to take His place here on earth?

Question 118: If you are not yet God’s child then what would God want to invite you to                                    do?

 

Question 119: Would you like to pray a prayer so you can acknowledge that you are a                        sinner and that you accept God’s forgiveness based on Jesus’ death on he                           cross so you can become a child of God?

 

Question 120: After you have prayed this prayer what can you now know?

Question 121: Who can you ask to guide you each day?

Question 122: What will be very helpful for you?

Question 123: What other things will be helpful for you?

Question 124: Why will becoming part of a church, spending time reading God’s Word                        and praying be helpful for you?

Question 125: What will you be able to share with others over time?


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