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In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell into good ground represent? (Matthew 13:3-9,18-23)

 

1) Those that didn't hear the word

2) Those that heard the word and followed it

3) Those who were distracted by the riches of the world

4) Those who heard, followed, but afterward fell away

 

Answer: 2) Those that heard the word and follwed it

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In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell on the way side represent? (Matthew 13:3-9,18-23)

 

1) Those that heard and followed

2) Those who heard, followed, but shortly afterward fell away

3) Those that didn't have the chance to heard the word

4) Those that do not understand the word of God

 

Answer: 4) Those that do not understand the word of God

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Why did Christ use parables when teaching? (Matthew 13:13-16)

 

1) To make His teachings less boring

2) To hide the meanings of His teachings from those who wouldn't understand

3) To make it easier for the uneducated to understand

4) To confuse the unbelievers

 

Answer: 2) To hide the meanings of His teachings from those who wouldn't understand

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What did the Lord say in response to Sarah laughing about the news of having a son? (Genesis 18:14)

 

1) "Thou art blessed, daughter."

2) "Be of good comfort."

3) "How is it that thou canst believe?"

4) "Is anything too hard for the Lord?"

 

Answer: 4) "Is anything too hard for the Lord?"

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