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Bible Jeopardy 2022
Book reading order this year: MATTHEW; MARK; LUKE; JOHN; ACTS; ROMANS, 1 CORINTHIANS; 2 CORINTHIANS; GALATIANS; EPHESIANS; PHILIPPIANS; COLOSSIANS; 1 THESSALONIANS; 2 THESSALONIANS; 1 TIMOTHY; 2 TIMOTHY; TITUS; PHILEMON; HEBREWS; JAMES; 1 PETER; 2 PETER; 1 JOHN; 2 JOHN; 3 JOHN; JUDE; REVELATION
 

Week:  January 2 - 8
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 2:1 - 7:29
Q1:  MATTHEW 2:18 is quoting this chapter and verse from JEREMIAH.  What is JEREMIAH 31:15? (MATTHEW 2:18)
Q2:  The size of the gate that leads to life that only a few find.  What is a small (narrow) gate? (MATTHEW 7:14)
Q3:  The angel told Joseph to take his wife and child and go to Egypt for this reason.  What is Herod would search for and kill the Child? (MATTHEW 2:13)
Q4:  Jesus told these two brothers to follow Him and He would make them fishers of men.  Who are Peter and Andrew? (MATTHEW 4:18-19)
Q5:  Jesus did not come to abolish the Law or Prophets, but to do this.  What is fulfill the Law and Prophets? (MATTHEW 5:17)

Week:  January 9 - 15
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 8:1 - 12:21
Q1:  MATTHEW 8:17 is quoting this chapter and verse from ISAIAH.  What is ISAIAH 53:4? (MATTHEW 8:17)
Q2:  When Jesus spoke about John, He said this was vindicated by her deeds.  What is wisdom? (MATTHEW 11:19)
Q3:  Jesus said, “Follow Me” to this man who was sitting in a tax collector’s booth.  Who is Matthew? (MATTHEW 9:9)
Q4:  The disciples sent out among the wolves were to be as shrewd as this and as innocent as this.  What is as shrewd as serpents and as innocent as doves? (MATTHEW 10:16)
Q5:  Jesus healed a man with this infirmity on a Sabbath.  What is a withered hand? (MATTHEW 12:9-13)

Week:  January 16 - 22
Note:  CHURCH CLOSED - SNOW

Week:  January 23 - 29
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 12:22 - 15:39
Q1:  Jesus accused the Pharisees of invalidating the word of God for this.  What is the sake of their tradition? (MATTHEW 15:6)
Q2:  The people in this town took offense at Jesus for His teaching.  What is Nazareth (Jesus’ hometown)? (MATTHEW 13:54-57)
Q3:  Peter walked on water but became frightened and began to sink when he saw this.  What is the wind? (MATTHEW 14:30)
Q4:  In one parable, these two items were allowed to grow together until the time of the harvest.  What are wheat and tares? MATTHEW 13:24-30)
Q5:  Any sin shall be forgiven people, but this sin shall not be forgiven.  What is blaspheming against the Holy Spirit? (MATTHEW 12:31)

Week:  January 30 - February 5
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 16:1 - 20:16
Q1:  Jesus’ reason why the disciples could not drive out the demoniac.  What is the littleness of their faith? (MATTHEW 17:20)
Q2:  This disciple took Jesus aside and began to rebuke Him.  Who is Peter? (MATTHEW 16:22)
Q3:  Peter thought he should forgive his brother up to seven times, but Jesus said to forgive this many times.  What is seventy times seven? (MATTHEW 18:22)
Q4:  These two men appeared with Jesus on the mountain where Jesus was transfigured.  Who are Moses and Elijah? (MATTHEW 17:3)
Q5:  John the Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah, or one of the prophets.  Who do people say the Son of Man is? (MATTHEW 16:14)

Week:  February 6 - 12
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 20:17 - 23:39
Q1:  After Jesus cleared the temple, He spent the night in this city.  What is Bethany? (MATTHEW 21:17)
Q2:  This group of religious leaders say there is no resurrection.  Who are the Sadducees? (MATTHEW 22:23)
Q3:  When Jesus entered Jerusalem, the crowd was spreading these two objects on the road ahead of Him.  What are branches and their coats? (MATTHEW 21:8)
Q4:  The mother of these two disciples asked Jesus if her two sons could sit on His left and right in His kingdom.  Who are James and John? (MATTHEW 20:20)
Q5:  The Scribes and Pharisees do these two things to be noticed by men.  What are broaden their phylacteries and lengthen the tassels of their garments? (MATTHEW 23:5)

Week:  February 13 - 19
Note:  CHURCH CLOSED - SNOW

Week:  February 20 - 26
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 24:1 - 26:75
Q1:  The Son of Man will separate the people as a shepherd does this.  What is separate the sheep from the goats? (MATTHEW 25:32)
Q2:  Jesus tells His disciples about the end of the age while sitting at this place.  What is the Mount of Olives? (MATTHEW 24:3)
Q3:  We must be on the alert because we do not know these two facts about the bridegroom’s appearance.  What are the day and the hour? (MATTHEW 25:13)
Q4:  At the end of the age, these beings, with a great trumpet, will gather God’s elect from the four winds.  What are angels? (MATTHEW 24:31)
Q5:  After Jesus was seized in the garden, He was taken to this high priest.  Who is Caiaphas? (MATTHEW 26:57)

Week:  February 27 - March 5
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 27:1 - MARK 3:21
Q1:  Jesus gave him the name Peter, but his real name is this.  Who is Simon? (MARK 3:16)
Q2:  The chief priests took the 30 pieces of silver and bought this with it.  What is the Potter’s Field? (MATTHEW 27:7)
Q3:  Jesus told the Pharisees that He was not there to call the righteous, but to call these people.  Who are sinners? (MARK 2:17)
Q4:  After Jesus was baptized by John, the Spirit of God impelled Him to go out into this place.  What is the wilderness? (MARK 1:12)
Q5:  Joseph, a rich man from Arimathea, asked Pilate for this.  What is the body of Jesus? (MATTHEW 27:57-58)

Week:  March 6 - 12
Scripture Reading:  MARK 3:22 - 6:56
Q1:  Jesus showed His disciples that even these two facets of nature obey Him.  What are the wind and the sea? (MARK 4:39-41)
Q2:  Herod married this woman who was the wife of his brother Phillip.  Who is Herodias? (MARK 6:17)
Q3:  In the country of Gerasenes, a man with an unclean spirit had his dwelling place among these objects.  What are the tombs? (MARK 5:1-3)
Q4:  The daughter of this synagogue official died, but Jesus brought her back to life.  Who is Jarius? (MARK 5:22)
Q5:  For the demons to go into the swine, they first needed this from Jesus.  What is permission? (MARK 5:13)

Week:  March 13 - 19
Scripture Reading:  MARK 7:1 - 10:52
Q1:  This man cried out to Jesus wanting his sight to be restored.  Who is Bartimaeus? (MARK 10:46-51)
Q2:  The Pharisees in Dalmanutha tested Jesus by demanding this of Him.  What is a sign from heaven? (MARK 8:11)
Q3:  When they came to Capernaum, the disciples were secretly discussing this with one another.  What is who was the greatest? (MARK 9:33-34)
Q4:  The Pharisees and Scribes neglected the commandment of God but held on to this.  What are the traditions of men? (MARK 7:8)
Q5:  Peter wanted to build three of these; one for Jesus, Moses, and Elijah.  What are tabernacles (tents)? (MARK 9:5)

Week:  March 20 - 26
Scripture Reading:  MARK 11:1 - 14:50
Q1:  The place where Jesus prayed before His arrest.  What is Gethsemane? (MARK 14:32)
Q2:  These two groups will show signs and wonders to lead people astray.  What are false Christs and false prophets? (MARK 13:22)
Q3:  Jesus said the Scribes devour widows’ houses and for appearance's sake they do this.  What is offer long prayers? (MARK 12:40)
Q4:  In the parable of the vine growers in MARK 12, Jesus quotes this Old Testament wisdom Scripture.  What is PSALM 118:22-23? (MARK 12:10-11)
Q5:  Coming back from Bethany, Jesus found no fruit on this type of tree.  What is a fig tree? (MARK 11:12-13)

Week:  March 27 - April 2
Scripture Reading:  MARK 14:51 - LUKE 1:80
Q1:  After Jesus arose from the grave, He first appeared to this woman.  Who is Mary Magdalene? (MARK 16:9)
Q2:  Before Jesus was crucified, the soldiers dressed Him in this color.  What is purple? (MARK 15:17)
Q3:  The crowd wanted Barabbas released and wanted this done instead to the King of the Jews.  What is crucified? (MARK 15:7-13)
Q4:  Before Joseph of Arimathea went to Pilate to ask for the body of Jesus, he had to gather up this virtue.  What is courage? (MARK 15:43)
Q5:  After Zacharias exited the temple, he was unable to do this.  What is speak? (LUKE 1:22)

Week:  April 3 - 9
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 2:1 - 5:39
Q1:  This person was governor of Syria when the first census was taken.  Who is Quirinius? (LUKE 2:1)
Q2:  Before Jesus healed the paralyzed man, Jesus said this to him.  What is “Your sins are forgiven you”? (LUKE 5:20)
Q3:  The people at the synagogue in Nazareth were filled with rage and wanted to do this to Jesus.  What is throw Him down a cliff? (LUKE 4:29)
Q4:  This man from Jerusalem would not see death until he had seen the Lord’s Christ.  Who is Simeon? (LUKE 2:25-26)
Q5:  John the Baptist told these men to “be content with your wages.”  Who are the soldiers? (LUKE 3:14-15)

Week:  April 10 - 16
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 6:1 - 9:36
Q1:  The children in the marketplace sang this type of song but no one wept.  What is a dirge? (LUKE 7:32)
Q2:  Hearing all that was happening, this man kept trying to see Jesus.  Who is Herod the Tetrarch? (LUKE 9:7-9)
Q3:  When the names of the twelve disciples are listed, this man’s name is always mentioned last.  Who is Judas Iscariot? (LUKE 6:16)
Q4:  The name of the demons cast from the demoniac in the country of Gerasenes.  What is Legion? (LUKE 8:30)
Q5:  For by this it will be measured to you in return.  What is your standard of measure? (LUKE 6:38)

Week:  April 17 - 23
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 9:37 - 12:59
Q1:  Jesus said He didn’t come to grant peace on earth, but rather this.  What is division? (LUKE 12:51)
Q2:  This familiar parable is only recorded in the Gospel of LUKE.  What is the Good Samaritan? (LUKE 10:30-37)
Q3:  The 70 were not to rejoice that the spirits were subject to them, but to rejoice in this instead.  What is that their names are recorded in heaven? (LUKE 10:20)
Q4:  When the days were approaching for His ascension, Jesus was determined to go to this city.  What is Jerusalem? (LUKE 9:51)
Q5:  Jesus corrected the woman by saying blessed are these people instead.  Who are those who hear the Word of God and observe it? (LUKE 11:28)

Week:  April 24 - 30
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 13:1 - 16:31
Q1:  In LUKE 13, Jesus compares the kingdom of God to these two items.  What is a mustard seed and leaven? (LUKE 13:19,21)
Q2:  It is easier for this to happen than for one stroke of the Law to fail.  What is for heaven and earth to pass away? (LUKE 16:17)
Q3:  Jesus told those present that if they did not do this, they will all likewise perish.  What is repent? (LUKE 13:3,5)
Q4:  In this parable, we are introduced to a poor man Lazarus and this other person who both die.  Who is the rich man? (LUKE 16:19-20
Q5:  In LUKE 15, Jesus tells three parables about these three lost items.  What are a sheep, a coin, and a son? (LUKE 15)

Week:  May 1 - 7
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 17:1 - 20:26
Q1:  Jesus said that His house of prayer has been turned into this.  What is a robber’s den? (LUKE 19:46)
Q2:  The Son of Man (Jesus) came to seek and to save that which is this.  What is that which is lost? (LUKE 19:10)
Q3:  Jesus told the Pharisees that if His disciples become silent, these objects would cry out.  What are the stones? (LUKE 19:20)
Q4:  Jesus told the Pharisees that the kingdom of God is not coming with this.  What is with signs to be observed? (LUKE 17:20)
Q5:  This man climbed a sycamore tree so he could see Jesus.  Who is Zaccheus? (LUKE 19:2-4)

Week:  May 8 - 14
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 20:27 - 23:26
Q1:  Jesus sent these two disciples to go prepare a place for the Passover.  Who are Peter and John? (LUKE 22:8)
Q2:  Jesus said her desolation is near when Jerusalem is surrounded by this.  What are armies? (LUKE 21:20)
Q3:  Satan wanted permission from Jesus to sift this disciple like wheat, but Jesus prayed his faith would not fail.  Who is Simon (Peter)? (LUKE 22:31)
Q4:  Jesus would spend the nights on Mount Olivet, but during the day He would be here.  What is teaching in the temple? (LUKE 21:37)
Q5:  Jesus prophesied that this city would be trampled under foot by Gentiles.  What is Jerusalem? (LUKE 21:24)

Week:  May 15 - 21
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 23:27 - JOHN 3:21
Q1:  While in His resurrected body, Jesus ate this before His disciples.  What is a piece of a broiled fish? (LUKE 24:42)
Q2:  This shines in the darkness, but the darkness does not comprehend it.  What is the Light? (JOHN 1:5)
Q3:  For everyone who does evil hates this because of their fear that their evil deeds will be exposed.  What is the Light? (JOHN 3:20)
Q4:  This man, who was one of the 12 apostles, doubted that anything good could ever come out of Nazareth.  Who is Nathanael? (JOHN 1:45-46)
Q5:  “This is the King of the Jews” was the inscription written at this location.  What is above Jesus on the cross? (LUKE 23:38)

Week:  May 22 - 28
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON VACATION

Week:  May 29 - June 4
Scripture Reading:  JOHN 3:22 - 6:44
Q1:  After spending two days in Samaria, Jesus moved on to this region.  What is Galilee? (JOHN 4:40-43)
Q2:  Jesus revealed Himself as the Messiah to this person in Samaria.  Who is the woman at the well? (JOHN 4:26)
Q3:  Even though JOHN 3:23 implies that Jesus was doing this, JOHN 4:2 states specifically that He was not.  What is baptizing? (JOHN 3:23; 4:2)
Q4:  If the Jews believed in this person, they should also believe in Jesus because this person wrote about Him.  Who is Moses? (JOHN 5:46)
Q5:  Jesus told the people they were following Him for this reason.  What is because they ate the loaves and were filled? (JOHN 6:26)

Week:  June 5 - 11
Scripture Reading:  JOHN 6:45 - 9:23
Q1:  Because Jesus spoke this, the Jews did not believe Him.  What is the truth? (JOHN 8:45)
Q2:  When this feast drew near, Jesus’ brothers told Him to go into Judea.  What is the Feast of Booths? (JOHN 7:2-3)
Q3:  These two people were afraid of the Jews and afraid they would be put out of the synagogue.  Who are the parents of the blind man? (JOHN 9:22)
Q4:  When other disciples walked away, this disciple stayed and said that Jesus had the words of eternal life.  Who is Simon Peter? (JOHN 6:68)
Q5:  Unless you believe that Jesus is He, you will die in this.  What is die in your sins? (JOHN 8:24)

Week:  June 12 - 18
Scripture Reading:  JOHN 9:24 - 12:19
Q1:  The sheep follow the shepherd because they know this.  What is the shepherd’s voice? (JOHN 10:27)
Q2:  This person does not own the sheep and flees when the wolves come.  Who is the hired hand? (JOHN 10:12)
Q3:  The Jews interrogating the blind man said they were not disciples of Jesus, but of this man instead.  Who is Moses? (JOHN 9:28)
Q4:  This person did not perform any signs, yet what he said about Jesus was true.  Who is John the Baptist? (JOHN 10:41)
Q5:  This sister of Lazarus went out to meet Jesus before the other sister.  Who is Martha? (JOHN 11:20)

Week:  June 19 - 25
Scripture Reading:  JOHN 12:20 - 16:33
Q1:  “What you do, do quickly” were words Jesus spoke to this man.  Who is Judas Iscariot? (JOHN 13:27)
Q2:  When the Holy Spirit comes, He will convict the world of these 3 things.  What is sin, righteousness, and judgment? (JOHN 16:8)
Q3:  Jesus tells us that in this world we will have this, but not to fear because He has overcome the world.  What is tribulation? (JOHN 16:33)
Q4:  Girded with a towel, Jesus got up from the table, poured water into a basin and began doing this.  What is washing the disciples’ feet? (JOHN 13:5)
Q5:  In JOHN 12:38, Jesus quotes this passage from ISAIAH.  What is ISAIAH 53:1? (JOHN 12:38)

Week:  June 26 - July 2
Scripture Reading:  JOHN 17:1 - 21:25
Q1:  Everyone who is of this hears the voice of Jesus.  What is truth? (JOHN 18:37)
Q2:  After seeing the resurrected Jesus, Thomas said this to Him.  What is “My Lord and my God?” (JOHN 21:28)
Q3:  The name Jesus gives to the disciple who would perish so that the Scriptures would be fulfilled.  What is the son of perdition? (JOHN 17:12)
Q4:  These two men bound the dead body of Jesus with linen wrappings and spices and placed him in a new tomb.  Who are Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus? (JOHN 20:38-41)
Q5:  When questioned by Pilate, Jesus said that this was not of this world.  What is My kingdom? (JOHN 18:36)

Week:  July 3 - 9
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 1:1 - 5:16
Q1:  The Holy Spirit arrived in tongues of fire on this Jewish festival day.  What is the Day of Pentecost? (ACTS 2:1-3)
Q2:  The healed beggar clung on to Peter and John at this place in the temple.  What is the Portico of Solomon? (ACTS 3:11)
Q3:  This came over the whole church after Ananias and Sapphira lied to the Holy Spirit and died.  What is great fear? (ACTS 5:11)
Q4:  Shortly after Jesus ascended, there were about this many people gathered in the upper room.  What is 120? (ACTS 1:15)
Q5:  After drawing lots, this man was chosen to replace Judas.  Who is Matthias? (ACTS 1:26)

Week:  July 10 - 16
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 5:17 - 8:40
Q1:  The witnesses stoning Stephen laid their robes at the feet of this man.  Who is Saul? (ACTS 7:58)
Q2:  This man was a magician and proclaimed to be someone great.  Who is Simon? (ACTS 8:9)
Q3:  This respected Pharisee of the Council said that they should stay away from the disciples and to let them alone.  Who is Gamaliel? (ACTS 5:38)
Q4:  This apostle went down to the city of Samaria and began proclaiming Christ to them.  Who is Philip? (ACTS 8:5)
Q5:  While being questioned before the Council, Stephen’s face was like this.  What is like the face of an angel? (ACTS 6:15)

Week:  July 17 - 23
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 9:1 - 13:25
Q1:  A light from heaven flashed around Saul as he was approaching this city.  What is Damascus? (ACTS 9:3)
Q2:  The disciples were first called Christians in this city.  What is Antioch? (ACTS 11:26)
Q3:  A Jewish false prophet named Bar-Jesus (Elymas) was struck blind in this city on the island of Cyprus.  What is Paphos? (ACTS 13:6-11)
Q4:  Cornelius was a God-fearing man, a centurion of the Italian cohort, and lived in this city.  
Q5:  Tabitha, a woman who abounded with deeds of kindness, was from this city.  

Week:  July 24 - 30
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 13:26 - 17:15
Q1:  After being left for dead in Lystra, Paul and Barnabas went to this city.  What is Derbe? (ACTS 14:19-20)
Q2:  The crowds in this city declared both Paul and Barnabas gods.  What is Lystra? (ACTS 14:8-12)
Q3:  For their second missionary journey, Barnabas wanted to take this man along but Paul did not agree.  Who is John (called Mark)? (ACTS 15:37-38)
Q4:  After being persecuted by the Jews at Pisidian Antioch, Paul and Barnabas went to this city.  What is Iconium? (ACTS 13:51)
Q5:  The Lord opened the heart of Lydia, a seller of this commodity.  What is purple fabrics? (ACTS 16:14)

Week:  July 31 - August 6
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 17:16 - 21:14
Q1:  Paul stayed in the city a year and a half teaching them the word of God.  What is Corinth? (ACTS 18:11)
Q2:  This man prophesied that Paul would encounter trouble in Jerusalem.  Who is Agabus? (ACTS 21:11)
Q3:  While in Athens, these two groups of philosophers began to debate with Paul.  Who are the Epicureans and Stoics? (ACTS 17:18)
Q4:  This silversmith who made shrines to Artemis, caused a great disturbance against the Way.  Who is Demetrius? (ACTS 19:24)
Q5:  This young man fell asleep while Paul was preaching.  Who is Eutychus? (ACTS 20:9)

Week:  August 7 - 13
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 21:15 - 26:32
Q1:  After being struck in the mouth, Paul called the high priest this name.  What is a whitewashed wall? (ACTS 23:3)
Q2:  Paul told the crowd that he was a Jew born in this city and province.  What is Tarsus of Cilicia? (ACTS 22:3)
Q3:  Because of a plot to kill Paul, Claudius Lysias sent Paul and two hundred soldiers to this Roman leader.  Who is Felix the governor? (ACTS 23:23-24)
Q4:  Felix kept Paul imprisoned for two years until he was succeeded by this man.  Who is Porcius Festus? (ACTS 24:27)
Q5:  Paul refused to be tried in Jerusalem but appealed to this man instead.  Who is Caesar? (ACTS 25:11)

Week:  August 14 - 20
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 27:1 - ROMANS 3:31
Q1:  This attribute of God is being revealed against men who suppress the truth.  What is God’s wrath? (ROMANS 1:18)
Q2:  The number of people aboard the boat that became shipwrecked.  What is 276? (ACTS 27:37)
Q3:  Those who have sinned without this, will perish without this. Those who sin under this, will be judged by it.  What is the Law? (ROMANS 2:12)
Q4:  Paul healed the father of this man who was suffering with a recurrent fever and dysentery.  Who is Publius? (ACTS 28:8)
Q5:  For all have sinned and have fallen short of this.  What is the glory of God? (ROMANS 3:23)

Week:  August 21 - 27
Note:  CHURCH CLOSED - HEAVY RAIN

Week:  August 28 - September 3
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  September 4 - 10
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  September 11 - 17
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  September 18 - 24
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  September 25 - October 1
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  October 2 - 8
Scripture Reading:  ROMANS 4:1 - 9:33
Q1:  Christ dying for us while we were yet sinners is God’s demonstration of this.  What is God’s own love towards us? (ROMANS 5:8)
Q2:  God foreknew, predestined, called, justified, and then did this to His elect.  What is glorified? (ROMANS 8:29-30)
Q3:  When Paul saw that his sin was making him a prisoner of the law of sin, he called himself this.  What is wretched? (ROMANS 7:24)
Q4:  Once justified by faith, we are ultimately led to this virtue which does not disappoint.  What is hope? (ROMANS 5:3-4)
Q5:  The free gift of God is eternal life in Christ, but the wages of sin is this.  What is death? (ROMANS 6:23)

Week:  October 9 - 15
Scripture Reading:  ROMANS 10:1 - 15:33
Q1:  We are to be subject to these which have all been established by God.  What are governing authorities? (ROMANS 13:1)
Q2:  If possible, so far as it depends on us, we need to be this.  What is at peace with all men? (ROMANS 12:18)
Q3:  This is not eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.  What is the kingdom of God? (ROMANS 14:17)
Q4:  Because the night is almost gone, we need to lay aside the deeds of darkness and put on this instead.  What is the armor of light? (ROMANS 13:12)
Q5:  The Israelites did not know of God’s righteousness, so they sought this.  What is they sought to establish their own? (ROMANS 10:3)

Week:  October 16 - 22
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  October 23 - 29
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  October 30 - November 5
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  November 6 - 12
Note:  PASTOR MIKE ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Week:  November 13 - 19
Scripture Reading:  ROMANS 16:1 - 1 CORINTHIANS 6:20
Q1:  Christ did not send Paul to baptize, but to do this.  What is preach the gospel? (1 CORINTHIANS 1:17)
Q2:  All things may be lawful to Paul, but not all things are this.  What is profitable? (1 CORINTHIANS 6:12)
Q3:  The cross is the power of God to those who are being saved, but this to those who are perishing.  What is foolishness? (1 CORINTHIANS 1:18)
Q4:  To those who cause dissensions and hindrances contrary to sound doctrine, we must do this.  What is turn away from them? (ROMANS 16:17)
Q5:  Some plant and some water, but God causes this.  What is the growth? (1 CORINTHIANS 3:6-7)

Week:  November 20 - 26
Scripture Reading:  1 CORINTHIANS 7:1 - 11:15
Q1:  All things are lawful, but not all things are this or do this.  What is profitable and edify? (1 CORINTHIANS 10:23)
Q2:  Paul says that he has become all things to all men so this may result.  What is to save some? (1 CORINTHIANS 9:22)
Q3:  If the unmarried and the widow does not have this fruit of the Spirit, they should marry.  What is self-control? (1 CORINTHIANS 7:9)
Q4:  God will not allow this beyond what we are able but provide an escape to endure it.  What is be tempted? (1 CORINTHIANS 10:13)
Q5:  Paul says he will never eat meat again if it causes a brother to do this.  What is stumble? (1 CORINTHIANS 8:13)

Week:  November 27 - December 3
Scripture Reading:  1 CORINTHIANS 11:16 - 15:58
Q1:  If there is no resurrection of the dead, then this must be true too.  What is Christ was not raised? (1 CORINTHIANS 15:13)
Q2:  God is not a God of confusion, but of this.  What is peace? (1 CORINTHIANS 14:33)
Q3:  This fruit of the Spirit bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, and endures all things.  What is love? (1 CORINTHIANS 13:7)
Q4:  If a man does not judge his own body rightly before Communion, he eats and drinks this to himself.  What is judgment? (1 CORINTHIANS 11:29)
Q5:  This member of the Trinity distributes Spiritual gifts to believers.  Who is the Holy Spirit? (1 CORINTHIANS 12:11)

Week:  December 4 - 10
Scripture Reading:  1 CORINTHIANS 16:1 - 2 CORINTHIANS 6:18
Q1:  This husband and wife hosted a church in their house.  
Q2:  The believers at the church in Corinth were not be bound together with this.  
Q3:  If this has happened, we are new creatures; the old things have passed away and the new things have come.  
Q4:  Paul was the fragrance of Christ to those he preached; to some this aroma and to others this aroma.  
Q5:  Paul says he may have been afflicted in every way, but he was not this.  
 

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