Study Questions from Acts

Acts 1

1.  The book was written to whom?

            A. The Diaspora  

B. Theophilus  

C. The Jews living in Jerusalem 

D.  Peter, James and John.

2.  What is the author’s other book about?

            A.  all that Jesus began to do and to teach.

            B.  all that Paul began to do and to teach 

            C.  all that Jesus began to do by example

            D.  all that Jesus began to do with his disciples.

3.  When did the author’s other book end?

            A.  The day Jesus was taken up to heaven.

            B.  After Jesus gave instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles.

            C.  After Jesus death , burial and resurrection

            D.  Both A and B.

4.  After Jesus suffering, what did He Do?

            A.  Showed himself to the apostles

            B.  Gave many convincing proofs that he was alive

            C.  Both A and B

            D.  Neither A nor B

5.  Jesus gave a command to his disciples when?

            A.  After praying in the Spirit

            B.  After teaching them about the kingdom

            C.  While eating with them

            D.  While teaching them about the Kingdom

6.  According to Acts 1: 4, He commanded …

            A.  Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the gift my Father promised

            B.  You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you.

            C.  Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation

            D.  Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,

7  Jesus said in Acts 1:5, John baptized with ________, but in a few days you will be baptized with______

            A.  Water, The Holy Spirit

            B.  Water for repentance, The Holy Spirit for salvation

            C.  Water for repentance, The Holy Spirit and Fire

            D  Water, The Holy Spirit and Fire

8.  What did the apostles ask Jesus according to 1:6?

            A.  Who will sit on your right hand when you come into to your Kingdom?

            B.  When will these things take place?

            C.  Are you at this time going to restore the kingdom to Israel?”

            D.  Teacher what shall we do?

9.  Jesus said to them in Acts 1.7…

            A.  It is not for you to know the times or dates the Father has set by his own authority.

            B.  Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation

            C.  You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you

            D.  Both a and b.

10.  When would the Apostles receive power?

            A.  When the Holy Spirit came upon them.

            B.  After they would witness to Jerusalem

            C.  After they repented and were baptized, calling on His name.

            D.  When they say Jesus return on a cloud.

11.  Jesus asked them to witness to… according to 1:8

            A.  All Creation

            B.  Both the Jews and the Gentiles

            C.  Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the Earth.

            D.  All creatures under Heaven

12.  When Jesus was finished speaking to them… according to 1:9

            A.  He was taken up before their very eyes.

            B.  A cloud hid him from their sight.

            C.  The Holy Spirit descended on them like a dove

            D.  Both a and b

13.  According to Acts 1.10, as they were looking up into the sky…

            A.  Two men in white stood beside them

            B.  The Holy Spirit descended on them like a dove.

            C.  A cloud lifted Jesus up out of their sight

            D.  Both a and c

14.  According to Acts 1:11, the Apostles were told the Jesus would come back..

            A.  In a cloud

            B.  On a cloud with angelic armies

            C.  Not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for him.

            D.   the same way you have seen him go into heaven

15.  The returned to Jerusalem from the hill called… 1:12

            A.  The Temple Mound

            B.  Mount of Olives

            C.  Mars Hill

            D.  Golgotha

16.  How long was the walk to Jerusalem? 1:12

            A.  A Sabbath days walk

            B.  About 3 miles

            C.  Both a and b

            D.  Neither a not b

17.  When they arrived in Jerusalem, what did they do? Acts 1:13

            A.  They were immediately clothed in the Holy Spirit

            B.  They began to fast and pray

            C.  They praised God for His goodness

            D. They went upstairs to the room where they were staying


18.  According to Acts 1: 13-14 Who was present with the apostles in Jerusalem?

            A.  About 1000 converts

            B.  God fearing Jews from every nation under heaven

            C.  Mary the mother of Jesus, other women and Jesus’ brothers

            D. a group numbering about 1000

19.  In those days  Peter stood up among the believers….. Acts 1:15

            A.  There was a group numbering about 120.

            B.  The he was immediately filled with the Holy Spirit

            C.  He and the other apostles were filled with the Holy Spirit

            D.  Both a and c

20.  When Peter spoke he pointed out the Holy Spirit spoke long ago through____ concerning ___ Acts 1:16

            A.  Moses, Jesus

            B.  Moses, Judas

            C.  Abraham, Jesus

            D.  David, Judas

21.  How did Peter describe Judas? Acts 1:16-17

            A.  One of our number and shared in this ministry.

            B.  Who served as guide for those who arrested Jesus.

            C.  The traitor that betrayed our Lord

            D.  a and b

22.  What did Peter say Judas did with the reward for his wickedness Acts 1:18

            A.  Bought a field

            B.  He fell headlong, his body burst open and all his intestines spilled out

            C.  He hung himself on a tree

            D.  a and b

23.  What was the field that Judas died in called

            A.  The field of the traitor, Paradidomi

            B.  The field of dreams, Costner

            C.  Field of Blood, Akeldama

            D.  Field of Songs, Psalm

24.  What criteria did the man that was replacing Judas have to meet? Acts 1:21-22

            A.  Be filled with the Holy Spirit and wisdom.

            B.  Been with us beginning from John’s baptism to the time when Jesus was taken up from us.

            C.  Been with us the whole time the Lord Jesus went in and out among us.

            D.  b and c

25.  What would this new apostles responsibility? Acts 1:22

            A.  Wait on tables

            B.  Preach the Gospel to every creature under heaven

            C.  Prayer and ministry of the word.

            D.  witness of Jesus resurrection.

26.  Who was proposed to replace Judas? Acts 1:23

            A.  Joseph also called Barsabbas or Justus and Matthias

            B.  Stephen, Philip, Procorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, and Nicolas

            C.  Ananias and Sapphira

            D.  Joseph also called Barnabas and Matthias

27.  Who chose the replacement for Judas? Acts 1:24

            A.  The Lord

            B.  The Apostles

            C.  The Sanhedrin

            D.  a and b

28.  How was the replacement chosen?

            A.  Drawing straws

            B.  Casting lots

            C.  Peter moved by the Holy Spirit spoke from God

            D.  They voted

29.  Who was chosen?

            A.  Joseph also called Barsabbas or Justus

            B.  Paul also called Saul

            C.  Stephen

            D.  Matthias



Chapter 2

1.  When _____ had come they were all together in one place. Acts 2.1

A.  The day of the Lord

B.  The Day of Pentecost

C.  The Sabbath

D.  The designated time

2.  What sound filled the whole house they where they were sitting?  Acts 2.2

            A.  The Voice of God

            B.  A noise like a violent rushing wind

            C.  A noise like a violent rushing river

            D.  A heavenly chorus

3.  What appeared to them and rested on each of them. Acts 2.3

            A.  Tongues of fire.

            B.  A fine mist as if they were in a cloud

            C.  The Holy Spirit descended like a dove

            D.  A dove signifying the Holy Spirit

4.  After they were filled with the Holy Spirit, what happed next? Acts 2.4

            A.  Peter stood up and addressed the crowd.

            B.  They spoke with other tongues as the Spirit was giving them utterance.

            C.  The apostles ask what can keep them from becoming Christians.

            D.  They began to heal the man who was lame by the temple.

5.  At this time, who lived in Jerusalem? Acts 2.5

            A.  Jews and Gentles from every nation under Heaven.

            B.  Jews, God-Fearing Jews from every nation under Heaven

            C.  1000 converts

            D.  Zealots, Pharisees, Sadducees, and a few prominent members of the Sanhedrin.

6.  What bewildered the people in Jerusalem at that time? Acts 2.6

            A.  The cloud surrounding the Apostles

            B.  Hearing the Apostles speak in their own language.

            C.  A dove on each Apostle’s shoulder

            D.  A fire surrounding the Apostles, yet no one was burned up.

7.  The crowd was amazed and astonished saying, “Why, are not all these who are speaking ____” Acts 2.7

            A.  Jews

            B.  Drunk

            C.  Nazarenes

            D.   Galileans

8.  What did the people hears as the Apostles spoke? Acts 2.8

            A.  The Gospel

            B.  The very words of God

            C.  The Apostles speaking in the tongues of angels

D.    The Apostles speaking in their own native language.

9.  How many regions were represented as the Apostles spoke?  Name them. Acts 2.9-10

            A.  13

            B.  14

            C.  15

            D.  12 

10.  The Romans in Jerusalem as the Apostles spoke were… Acts 2.11

            A.  Jews

            B.  Greeks

            C.  Jews and converts to Judaism

            D.  A and B

11.  What did they ask each other? Acts 2.12

            A.  What must we do to be saved?

            B.  Who is this Jesus they are proclaiming?

            C.  What are they talking about?

            D.  What does this mean?

12.  Some, however, did what? Acts 2.13

            A.  Made fun of them and said, They have had too much wine.”

            B.  Left saying these men are out of their minds.

            C.  Ask, “Do you think in such a short time you can make me a Christian”

            D.  Ask, “What must we do to be saved”

13.  Who stood up as Peter addressed the crowd. Acts 2.14

            A.  Peter

            B.  Peter with the Eleven

            C.  Peter with the Twelve

            D.  Peter, James and John.

14. How did Peter address the crowd? Acts 2.14

            A.  fellow Jews

            B.  fellow Jews and Greeks from all over the world

            C.  Jews and all of you who live in Jerusalem

            D.  fellow Jews who live in Jerusalem

15.  What time was it when Peter addressed the crowd. Acts 2.15

            A.  Nine in the morning

            B.  The ninth hour of the day

            C.  The sixth hour of the day

            D.  Six in the morning

16.  What prophet foretold of the events that were then taking place. Acts 2.15

            A.  Jeremiah          

            B.  Jonah

            C.  Jonas

            D.  Joel

17.  Joel’s prophecy described what? Acts 2.17

            A.  The first days of the Christian age.

            B.  The last days of the Christian age.

            C.  The last days

            D.  The first days


18.  What did God say He would do in Joel’s prophecy? Acts 2.17-21

            A.  Pour out His Spirit on all people

            B.  Show wonders in the heaven above and signs on the earth below

            C.  The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood

            D.  All of the above

19.  Jesus of Nazareth was a man accredited by God to the crowd by Acts 2.22

            A.  The words of the prophets

            B.  The guidance of the Holy Spirit

            C.  The laying on of hands

            D.  Miracles, wonders and signs

20.  Jesus was handed over to the crowd by Acts 2.23

            A.  The desire of men, both Jew and Gentle

            B.  Judas, Pilate and the Sanhedrin

            C.  God’s set purpose and foreknowledge

            D.  God’s requirement for a sacrificial lamb

21.  Who put Jesus to death by nailing him to the cross according to Acts 2:23?

            A.  Judas, Pilate and the Sanhedrin

            B.  All men, both Jew and Gentile

            C.  You (the crowd) with the help wicked men

            D.  The Jews with the help of the Romans

22.  According to Acts 2:24, God raised him from the dead

            1.  According to His will

            2.  Freeing him from the agony of death

            3.  As it is written in the law and the prophets

            4.  Because it was impossible for death to keep its hold on him

            A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

23.  What did David day about Jesus?

            1.  Because he is at my right hand I will not be shaken Acts 2:25-28

            2. Because you will not abandon me to the grave

            3.  You will fill me with joy in your presence

            4.  My heart rejoices and I will sing of His mercies

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

24.  What did Peter tell his brothers with confidence in 2:29?

            1.  Jesus is raised from the dead

            2.  That the patriarch David died and was buried

            3.  The Holy Spirit can not be bought

            4.  David‘s tomb is here to this day

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

25.  In verse 2:30, how does Peter describe David?

            1.  Priest

            2.  King

            3.  A type of Messiah

            4.  Prophet

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only


26.  What did God promise David according to Peter in vs. 2:30?

            A.  He would see one of his descendants on his throne.

            B.  On oath, God would place one of David’s descendants on his throne.

            C.  David would see the resurrection of the dead

            D.  David would once again sit on his throne in Jerusalem

27.  Seeing what was ahead David spoke of… Acts 2:31

            1. The resurrection of Christ

            2.  That Jesus body did not see decay

            3.  That Jesus was not abandoned to the grave

            4.  The resurrection of the dead.

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

28.  What fact did Peter say they were all witnesses to in verse 2:32?

            A.  The outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the apostles

            B.  Jesus ascended to heaven on a cloud

            C.  God raised Jesus to life

            D.  Jesus nailed to a tree

29.  According to 2:33, Peter said that Jesus had…

            1.  Been exalted to the Right hand of God

            2.  Received from the Father the promised Holy Spirit

            3.  Poured out what you now see and hear

            4.  Ascended to heaven on a cloud.

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

30.  According to 2:34-35 what did David say?

            1.  I will not ascend into heaven, but my Lord will.

            2.  The Lord said to my Lord, sit at my right hand.

            3.  Sit until I trample your enemies under foot

            4.  Sit until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

31.  In verse 2:36, Peter wanted Israel to be assured,

            1.  That they had crucified Jesus

            2.  God made Jesus Lord

            3.  God made Jesus Christ

            4.  That at this time Jesus would return the Kingdom to Israel

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

32.  How did the people respond to what Peter preached Acts2: 37-41?

            1.  They were cut to the heart.

            2.  They were baptized.

            3.  They said, “Brothers what shall we do?”

            4.  They said, “Your teaching is hard.”

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

33.  What were Peter’s instructions when they asked what should we do? Acts 2:38

            1.  Repent

            2.  Be Baptized

            3. Receive the gift of Holy Spirit.

            4.  Sell all of your possessions and goods and give to anyone who has need.

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

34.  Whom did Peter say the promise was for? Acts 2:39

            1.  You

            2.  Your children

            3.  For all who are far off.

            4.  For all whom the Lord our God will call.

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

35.  How did Peter try to convince them “to save themselves from this corrupt generation?” Acts 2:40

            1. He used a convincing PowerPoint presentation.

            2. He pleaded with them

            3. With powerful words he persuaded them

            4. With many words he warned them

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

36. About how many people were added to their number? Acts 2:41

            A.  3000

            B.  5000 not including women and children

            C. 7000

            D. 1000

37.  What did the believers devote themselves to? Acts 2:42

            A.  Apostles teaching

            B.  Breaking of bread

            C.  Fellowship

            D. Prayer

A=1, 2, 3; B=2, 4; C=all 4; D=4 only

38.  2:43 Everyone was______

            A.  Filled with the Holy Spirit

            B.  Filled with food and Peter condemned their gluttony.

            C.  Filled with wine and Peter condemned their drunkenness.

            D.  Filled with awe.

39.  2:43 The apostles did ______ and ______ as everyone was awe(Choose 2)

            A.  Great deeds

            B.  Many wonders

            C.  Powerful teaching

            D.  Miraculous signs

40.  2:44 All of the believers were _____ and ______.(Choose 2)

            A.  In one place worshiping God

            B.  Then scattered through out Judea

            C.  Together

            D.  Had everything in common

41.  2.45 Selling their ______ and _____ they gave to anyone who had need.(Choose 2)

            A.  Animals

            B.   Possessions

            C.  Goods

            D.  Lands

42.  2:46 Wheret did they continue to meet where? (Choose all that apply)

            A.  In the Temple courts

            B.  In the synagogue

            C.  In the tent of the meeting

            D.  Isolation and privacy

43.  What else did the do in vs. 46-47? (Choose all that apply)

            A.  Broke bread together in their homes.

            B.  Ate together with glad and sincere hearts

            C.  Praising God

            D.  Enjoying the favor of all the people

44.  Who added their number daily those who were being saved?

            A.  The disciples

            B.  The Lord

            C.  The apostles

            D.  The believers


Acts chapter 3


1.  3:1 What is time is the hour of prayer?

A. 3:00 in the afternoon

B.  The 3rd hour of the day

C. 6:00 in the afternoon

D.  The 6th hour of the day

2.  3:1 Peter and John were going to the _____ to pray at the above time.

A.  The synagogue

B.  The Mount of Olives

C.  The Temple

D.  The Most Holy Place

3.  3:2 A crippled man from birth was being carried to ______

A. Peter and John so they could heal Him

B. The roof of the house so he could be lowered through the roof.

C. The temple gate called “Beautiful”

D.  The Gihon springs to wait for the angel to stir the waters.

4.  Why was the crippled man in 3:2 placed were he was?

A.  To beg from those going into the temple courts

B.  To wait for the angel to stir the waters

C.  To wait for Peter and John so he could be baptized

D.  To wait for the Holy Spirit

5.  3:3 What did the crippled man ask of Peter and John?

A.  To be healed.

B.  For the gift of the Holy Spirit

C.  To be baptized for the remission of his sins

D.  He asked for money

6.  3:4 How did Peter and John respond to the crippled man?

A.  They looked at him and had pity.

B.  Peter said, “Look here is water what keeps this man from being baptized”

C.  They helped Him down from the roof.

D.  They looked at him and Peter said, “Look at us.”

7.  3:5 The crippled man

1.  Was baptized

2.  Gave them his attention

3.  Received the gift of the Holy Spirit.

4.  Expected to receive something from them.

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D= 4 only

8.  3:6 Peter said to the crippled man…

1.  Silver or Gold I do not have

2.  What I have, I give you

3.  In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, stands up and walk

4.  Your sins are forgiven.

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only

9.  3:7 Peter then

A.  Told the crippled man to present himself to the high priest for ritual purity.

B.  Took him by the right hand, he helped him up, and instantly the man’s feet and ankles became strong.

C.  Said, “Go on your way and sin no more”

D.  Began to preach to the crowd, prophesying of the kingdom, with the crippled man at his side.

10.  3:8 What did the crippled man do after he received Peter’s gift?

1.  He gave 10% to the temple priest as the Law required

2.  He jumped to his feet and began to walk

3.  He bought a field

4.  He went with them into the temple courts, walking and jumping, and praising God

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only

11. 3:9-10 When all the people saw the crippled man…

1. They asked, “Where did this man get this money?”

2. They recognized him as the same man who used to sit begging at the temple gate called Beautiful.

3. They asked, “How does this man speak in a foreign tongue.”

4. They were filled with wonder and amazement at what had happened to him.

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only

12.  3:11 While the beggar held on to Peter and John, the people…

1.  Asked who healed this man?

2.  Were astonished

3.  Praised God

4.  Ran to them

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only

13.  3:11 Where were Peter and John when the beggar held on to them?

A.  Solomon’s Colonnade

B.  In the presence of God

C.  In the presence of the Scribes and Pharisees

D.  The Sheep Gate

14.  3:12 After the beggar was healed and they were gathered, what did Peter ask them?

1.  Have you heard the Good News?

2. Why does this surprise you?

3.  Are there others here who need to be healed in the name of Jesus Christ?

4. Why do you stare at us as if by our own power or godliness we had made this man walk?

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only

15.  3:13 As Peter addressed the men of Israel, after the beggar was healed, whom did he say has glorified his servant Jesus?

1. The God of Abraham

2. The God of Isaac

3. The God of Jacob

4. The God of our fathers

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only


16. 3:14 Whom did Peter say the men of Israel disowned.

A. Our messiah

B. The Christ of God

C. The Holy and Righteous one

D. The Holy Lamb of God

17.  3:14 What did Peter say the men of Israel asked for

A. a murderer be released to you.

B.  A king like David

C.  That Jesus be crucified.

D.  A Prophet like Elijah

18. 3:15 What did Peter say he and John witnessed

1. This man Jesus, was hung upon a tree

2. You killed the author of life

3.  His (Jesus) resurrection from the grave

4. God raised Him (Jesus) from the dead.

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only

19. 3:16 Peter said that this man (the beggar) whom you see and know was made strong, by what?

A. The power of Jesus Christ

B. The Gospel of Jesus Christ

C. Faith in the name of Jesus.

D. The mercies of God Through Jesus Christ

20.  3.16 What did Peter say had given the beggar a complete healing, as they could all see.

A.  Jesus’ name and the faith that comes through him.

B.  The Gospel of Jesus Christ that we are witnesses to.

C.  Faith

D.  The mercies of God Through Jesus Christ.

21 3.17 Whom did Peter say acted in ignorance regarding the crucifixion of Jesus?

A.  All Israel

B.  Jews and Romans alike

C.  All the tribes of Israel and the nations of Gentiles

D.  You as did your leaders.

22.  3:18  Peter said that Jesus’ crucifixion was how God fulfilled…

A.  All that was written in the Law and the prophets concerning Him.

B.  All the words of God concerning Him

C.  All Things

D.  What he had foretold through all the prophets, saying that his Christ would suffer.

23.  3:19-20 Why did Peter say the people should repent and turn to God?

1.  so that your sins may be wiped out

2.  that times of refreshing may come from the Lord

3.  that he may send the Christ, who has been appointed for you—even Jesus

4. that you may enter the kingdom of Christ.

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only


24. 3:21 How long did Peter say He(Jesus) must remain in heaven?

A.  Until the time comes for heaven and earth to pass away.

B.  Until he returns as you saw him ascend

C.  Until the time comes for God to restore everything

D.  Until the end of time

25.  3:21 Whom did God speak the above promise through?

A.  Long ago through the prophets and the patriarchs

B.  Long ago through the prophet Moses

C.  Long ago in the promises to the children of God

D.  Long ago through his holy prophets.

26.  3:22 Peter continued, “For Moses said, the Lord your God will _____; you must listen to everything he tells you.

A.  set aside a day called today and reveal his Christ

B.  bring his son with whom He was well pleased

C.  raise up one like the son of God

D.  raise up for you a prophet like me from among your own people.

27. 3.23 What did Peter say that Moses said would happen to anyone who does not listen to him?

A.  will be completely cut off from the promises of God.

B.  will be completely cut off from among his people.

C.  will not inherit the kingdom God promised through his Holy prophets.

D.  will not taste the fruits of God promised through his Holy prophets

28.  3.24 Whom did Peter say foretold these days?

A. all the patriarchs from Abraham on, who have spoken these things

B.  all the patriarchs and prophets from the beginning until now

C.  all the prophets from Samuel on, as many as have spoken

D.  Moses and Elijah

29. 3:25 What did Peter say they were heirs of?

1.  all the patriarchs from Abraham on

2.  the covenant God made with your fathers.

3.  Promises of God

4.  The prophets

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D=4 only

30. 3:25 Peter said that God said to Abraham, “___”

A.  Your offspring will be as numerous as the stars in the sky

B.  Your offspring will be as numerous as the sands of the sea

C.  Through your offspring all peoples on earth will be blessed.

D.  A and B

31.  3:26  When God raised up his servant, he sent him first to you _____

A. to bless you and reveal his Son

B. to the show the riches of his kindness

C. to bless you wit his mercy and his kindness

D.  to bless you by turning each of you from your wicked ways.


Acts chapter 4


1.  4:1 Who came up to Peter and John while they were speaking to the people.

1.  Priests

2.  Captain of the temple guard

3.  Sadducees

4.  Pharisees

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D= 4 only

2.  4:2 What greatly disturbed those that came to Peter and John in 4:1

1.  the apostles were proclaiming Jesus as the Christ

2.  the apostles were teaching the people

3.  the apostles were teaching salvation to the Jews through baptism in Jesus Christ

4.  the apostles were proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D= 4 only

3.  4:3  What did those that were disturbed by the teaching of Peter and John do to Peter and John?

A. They took them before the Roman procurator for trial as they had violated the Law.

B. They seized Peter and John, and because it was evening, they put them in jail until the next day.

C.  They captured Peter and crucified him upside-down.

D.  They seized Peter and John and flogged them as the Sabbath began that evening.

4.  4:4  What happened to those that heard the message?

A.  They were flogged as the Sabbath began that evening.

B.  They were dispersed throughout the city

C.  They were forced the proclaim Cesar as their King

D.  They believed, and the number of men grew to about five thousand.

5.  4:5 Who met the next day in Jerusalem?

1.  The rulers

2.  The teachers of the Law

3.  The elders

4.  The roman procurator

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D= 4 only

6.  4:6 Who else met in Jerusalem with the people in 4:5

A.  King Herod, to explain the law to the Romans who were there.

B.  The 12 Apostles

C.  Saul of Tarsus giving approval to the actions of the Jewish leaders.

D. Annas the high priest was there, and so were Caiaphas, John, Alexander and t            he other men of the high priest’s family.

7.  4:7 What question(s) did those who met in Jerusalem ask Peter and John?

A.  Why did you break the Sabbath by healing this man?

B.  Why do you heal in the name of Jesus of Nazareth for good can come from Nazareth?

C.  Why do you proclaim Jesus as Lord and blaspheme the name of God?

D.  By what power or what name did you do this?


8.  4:8-10What did Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, say to the men that met in Jerusalem after the beggar was healed?

“Rulers and elders of the people! 9 If we are being called to account today for an act of kindness shown to a cripple and are asked how he was healed, 10 then know this, you and all the people of Israel: It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed.

9.  4:11  As Peter continued he quoted Psalm 118:22 How did Peter describe Jesus?

A.  A man of many sorrows

B.  The lamb that was poured out for the sins of many

C.  The stone you builders rejected, which has become the capstone

D.  The Ancient of Days


10. 4:12  As Peter continued he commented on salvation.  What did he say?

1. Salvation is first for the Jew and then for the Gentile

2. Salvation is found in no one else

3. Salvation is found only in Jesus Christ of Nazareth

4. For there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved.

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D= 4 only

11. 4.13 When they saw the ______ of Peter and John and realized that they were _____, ______ men, they were ______ and they took note that these men had been with _____.

Blank 1            Blank 2            Blank 3            Blank 4            Blank 5

Miracles            Poor                 Fisher               Amused          Jesus

Power              Wise                Crafts               Frightened       Paul

Courage            Schooled            Common        Angry               Caiaphas

Boldness            Unschooled            Ordinary            Astonished    God


12.  4:14  But since they(the Jewish leaders who gathered in Jerusalem) could see the ____________, there was nothing they could say.

A.  Holy Spirit was with Peter and John

B.  God has chosen to speak through Peter and John

C.  The proof of God’s miraculous healing

D.  The man who had been healed standing there with them


13.  4:15  So they(the leaders) ordered them(Peter and John) to withdraw from the ____ and then conferred together.

A.  City

B.  Sanhedrin

C.  The temple grounds

D.  Their presence


14.  4:16  The Leaders asked, “______”

A.  How can they claim to be wise and violate the Sabbath?

B.  What are we going to do with these men?

C.  How do we stop these men from their blasphemy?

D.  How do we stop this sect of the Nazarene?


15.  4:16  Everybody living in _______ knows they have done ______, and we cannot ______.

Blank 1                                    Blank 2                                    Blank 3           

Judea                                       a blasphemous thing                 deny it

The world                                 a sin against God                  permit this to go further 

The area of the Temple an outstanding miracle            prevent it if it is from God    

Jerusalem                               a mighty act                                 allow it


16.  4:17  But to stop this ______ from spreading any further ________, we must warn these men ________.

Blank 1                        Blank 2                        Blank 3           

Message                       Around the world            they will be stopped by God

Thing                           Through Israel             not to permit this to go further         

Sect                             At all                            to speak no longer to anyone in this name. 

Evil                               among the people            to stop their blasphemy


17.  4:18  When the leaders called Peter and John in again, what did they command them?

A.  Judge for yourselves whether it is right to blasphemy before God’s Holy Temple

B.  not to speak or teach at all in the name of Jesus.

C.  Do not think in such a short time you can convert us

D.  Do not speak to God’s high priest this way.


18.  4:19  Peter and John replied, “_____”

A.  We did not realize we were speaking to the high priest.

B  Short time or long our prayer is that you will see that Jesus is the Messiah

C. We must speak the words of life given to us through God’s Holy Spirit

D.  Judge for yourselves whether it is right in God’s sight to obey you rather than God


19.  4:20 For we cannot help speaking ____

A.  about what we have seen and heard.

B.  about the Gospel of Jesus

C. about the restoration of the kingdom to Israel

D. about the love and mercy of God


20.  4:21 After further threats they let them go. They could not decide how to punish them, because ______.

A.  all the people be lived they were prophets

B.  It was the Sabbath

C.  They had already received 39 lashes

D.  all the people were praising God for what had happened


21.  4.22  How old was the man who was miraculously healed?

A.  Almost 40 years old

B.  40 years old

C.  Over 40 years old

D.  The Bible does not say


22.  4:23  On their release, Peter and John went back ______ and reported _____.

Blank 1                                    Blank 2

To Fishing                                All that the chief priests and elders had said to them

To the upper room                How God had delivered them from Satan

To the temple                           How God had comforted them in their time of trial

To their own people             All that the chief priests and Pharisees had said.


23.  4:24  After Peter and John’s report, they raised their voices together in prayer to God.  They said, “Sovereign Lord you made …”

A.  All of Creation both here on earth and in heaven

B.  Heaven and the earth and the sea, and everything in them.

C.  All things for your glory in heaven and on the earth.

D.  Sky, the dry land, the waters and everything in them.


24.  4:25  They continued their prayer by saying, “You spoke by______ through the mouth of your servant, ______”

Blank 1                                    Blank 2

Our lord Jesus                          Moses

Your messiah Jesus                Our father, Abraham

The prophets                            Our father, David

The Holy Spirit               Jesus Christ


25.  4.25-26  They then quoted a passage Why do the         and the           ? The           take their stand and the rulers gather together______ and against his Anointed one.

Blank 1                        Blank 2                        Blank 3                         Blank 4

nations reject God     people plot in vain            mighty men of old            against God’s people

people reject God     people reject God            Kings of the earth            against the Lord

people curse God     people curse God            rulers of the age            against the messiah

nations rage                nations reject God            evil men                  against God’s prophet



26.  4:27  The prayer continued, indeed  _______ met together with the _____ in this city to conspire against your__________.

Blank 1                                     Blank 2                                 Blank 3

Scribes and Pharisees                 people                                                     holy servant Jesus, whom you anointed

Pharisees and Sadducees               gentiles and the people of Israel     holy son, our lord

Herod and Pontius Pilate        gentile rulers                                         holy one, whom you love

Chief Priest and Governor                 Roman garrison                                    son


27.  4.28 In their prayer, what did Peter and John those that met in Jerusalem did?

A.  what the prophets said must happen as you spoke to them through the Holy Spirit

B.  what the prophets said must take place

C.  what must happen to fulfill all righteousness

D. what your power and will had decided beforehand should happen




28.  4:29  What did Peter and John ask God to consider?

A.  The hearts of the disciples

B.  The threats of those who conspired in verse 4:27

C.  This prayer of the disciples.

D.  The promise made to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob


29.  4:29  What did Peter and John ask God to enable them to do?

A.  “Speak your word with great boldness.”

B.  “Boldly go into all nations proclaiming our Lord Jesus

C.  “Speak your holy word in season and out”

D.  have everything in common and share our possessions


30.  4.30  Stretch out your hand to _______ and ________ through the _______.

Blank 1       Blank 2                                                 Blank 3

Guide us     give us your words to speak                                    Holy Spirit

Lead us                  perform miraculous signs and wonders            the gift of your Holy Spirit

Heal          preach your ministry of reconciliation            name of your holy servant Jesus

Bless          perform wondrous deeds                                    power of your name


31.  4:31  What happened after they prayed?

1.  the place where they were meeting was shaken

2. they were all filled with the Holy Spirit 

3. spoke the word of God boldly

4.  they began to heal the people of their many diseases.

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D= 4 only


32.  4:32  All the believers were _____. No one claimed that _______was his own, but they_______.

Blank 1                                   Blank 2                                   Blank 3

one in heart and mind       animals or lands                  sold what they had to help the poor

united in the Holy Spirit       sheep or goats                      gave what they had to the poor among them

moved by the Holy Spirit                any of his possessions                share what they had in excess

loved one another                  land or pastures                 shared everything they had


33.  4:33  With ____ the apostles continued to testify to ________and much ___ was upon them all.


 Blank 1                                  Blank 2                                                                   Blank 3

God’s help                   the resurrection of the Lord Jesus   grace

Great power               the gospel                                      compassion

Love for the people  the truth of the gospel                          peace

God’s mighty hand     the good news of Jesus                mercy


34.  4:34  Why were there no needy persons among them?

A. No one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they shared everything they had

B. God showered many blessings upon them

C. For from time to time those who owned lands or houses sold them, brought the money from the sales.

D.  They contributed as they prospered and distributed to those who had need.


35.  4:35  What was done with money before it was distributed to anyone as he had need.

A.  The Apostles prayed over it and asked God to bless it.

B.  It was put at the apostles’ feet

C.  It was placed in the temple

D.  It was divided in equal parts.


36.  4:36  Who sold a field he owned and brought the money and put it at the apostles’ feet?

1.  Joseph

2. Barnabas

3. a Levite from Cyprus

4. a man whose name means Son of Encouragement

A=1, 2, 3   B=2, 4   C=All   D= 4 only





What two people sold a possession and kept back part of the price and lied
about it to Peter?
Annanias and his wife, Sapphira, Acts 5:1

To whom did Annanias bring the money?

The apostles, Acts 5:2

Who did Peter say Annanias lied to and who filled his heart to lie?
The Holy Ghost and Satan, Acts 5:3

Thou hast not lied unto ______, but unto _______.
Men & God, Acts 5:4

Annanias hearing that he lied to God, did what?
He fell down and died, Acts 5:5

And the young men, wound him up, and ______ him out, and ______ him.
Carried & Buried, Acts 5:6

How many hours was it when Annanias's wife came in to lie also?
About three hours, Acts 5:7


Who asked Sapphira if the money was the price they received for the land, what was her reply?

Peter and yes, Acts 5:8


Peter asked Sapphira why they had agreed together to tempt who?
The Spirit of the Lord, Acts 5:9

What happened to Sapphira?
She fell down and died and was buried beside her Annanias, Acts 5:10


What seized the whole church after hearing about these events?

Great fear, Acts 5:11

Where did all those who believed in the disciples miraculous signs and wonders meet? Solomon’s Colonnade, Acts 5:12


Who else dared to joined the believers?

No one, Acts 5:13


Nevertheless, more men and women were added because they believed in whom?

The Lord, Acts 5:14


People brought forth their sick into the streets, and laid them on beds and
couches for what reason?

So the shadow of Peter passing by might overshadow some of them, Acts 5:15

When crowds gathered around Jerusalem, what happen to those who were sick and tormented by evil spirits?

All were healed, Acts 5:16


Because Peter and the other Apostles were healing people of sickness and
unclean spirits, what sect of people rose up against them?
The Sadducees, Acts 5:17

Where did the Sadducees put the Apostles?

In prison, Acts 5:18


How did the Apostles get out of prison?
The angel of the Lord opened the prison doors and let them out, Acts 5:19

The angel of the Lord told the Apostles: "Go, stand and speak in the temple
to the all the ________ of this _______."
Words and Life, Acts 5:20

Who called the council and the senate of the children of Israel to have the
Apostles brought to them?
The High Priest and they that were with him, Acts 5:21


What did the officers find when they went to the prison?

The Apostles were not there, Acts 5:22

What was even more astonishing about the Apostles’ disappearance?

The jail was locked with guards standing at the doors, Acts 5:23


Upon hearing the Apostles disappearance, the Sadducees were what?

Puzzled, Acts 5:24


When the High Priest heard that the Apostles were no longer in prison, where were they told that the Apostles were?
Standing in the temple teaching the people, Acts 5:25

When the Apostles were brought from the temple by the officers, why did they bring the Apostles without violence?

They feared the people and thought they would be stoned, Acts 5:26


Who questioned the Apostles?

The Sanhedrin, Acts 5:27

When told by the High Priest and council, " Did not we straightly command you that you should not teach in this name and have filled Jerusalem with your Doctrine and intend to bring this man's blood upon us." What did Peter and the other Apostles answer and say?
We ought to obey God rather than men, Acts 5:28-29


What did the Apostles say that enraged the High Priest?

“God raised Jesus from the dead – whom you killed by hanging him on a tree,” Acts 5:30


Why did the Apostles say the God exalted Jesus as Prince and Savior?

To give repentance and forgiveness of the sins of Israel, Acts 5:31


Who did the Apostles say God gave the people who obey Him?

The Holy Spirit, Acts 5:32


What did the High Priest and council want to do when told this?
They wanted to kill Peter & the Apostles. Acts 5:33


There was a Pharisee who stood up and commanded to put the Apostles aside for a little while, what was his name?
Gamaliel, Acts 5:34

What did Gamaliel tell the High Priest?
Take heed of what you intend to do to these men, Acts 5:35

Who were the two men who Gamaliel said had drawn people away with their false teachings?
Theudas and Judas of Galilee, Acts 5:36-37

What advice did Gamaliel give concerning Peter and the Apostles?
Leave them alone, Acts 5:38


Gamaliel also said that if these men are from God, the High Priest will only be doing what?
Fighting against God, Acts 5:39

After the High Priest and council agreed to what Gamaliel told them to do, what did they do to the Apostles?
They beat them, told them not speak in the name of Jesus, and let them go, Acts 5:40

Why did the Apostles rejoice when they left the council?
They were worthy to suffer shame for His name, Acts 5:41

Daily, in the temple, and in every house, the Apostles did what?

Continued to teach and preach Jesus Christ, Acts 5:42





In the days after Gamaliel’s advice, who began to complain against whom and why?

Grecians complained about the Jews because the Grecian windows were being overlooked in the distribution of food, Acts 6:1

What did the twelve tell the multitude of the disciples when they called them?
They shouldn’t leave the word of God in order to serve tables, Acts 6:2

How many men did the twelve say should be appointed over this business?
Seven men, Acts 6:3

What were the 3 qualifications of these men?
An honest report, full of the Holy Ghost, and full of wisdom, Acts 6:3

What did the Apostles say that they would continue to do?

Give their attention to prayer and the ministry, Acts 6:4

What were the seven men's names?
Stephen, Phillip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, & Nicolas, Acts 6:5

What did the apostles do with these men once they were chosen?
Prayed, they laid their hands on them, Acts 6:6

What 3 things happened once the men started their work?
The word of God increased, the number of the Disciples multiplied in Jerusalem, and a large number of the priests were obedient to the faith, Acts 6:7

What disciple was said to be full of faith & power and did great wonders and miracles among the people?
Stephen, Acts 6:8

What were names of the 5 different synagogues that opposed Stephen?
Libertines, Cyrenians, Alexandrians, Cilicians, Asians, Acts 6:9

These synagogues were not able to do what?
To resist the wisdom and the spirit by which Stephen spoke, Acts 6:10

They had men say they heard Stephen speak blasphemous words against what two?
Moses and God, Acts 6:11

Who did they stir up to come against Stephen and where did they bring him?
The people, elders, scribes brought him to the Sanhedrin (the council), Acts 6:12

The false witnesses said what?
Stephen spoke blasphemous words against this Holy Place and the law, Acts 6:13

Who did they say that Stephen said would destroy this place and change the customs which Moses delivered to them?

Jesus of Nazareth, Acts 6:14

All who sat in the council and looked at Stephen saw that his face was like what?
An angel, Acts 6:15



The council had accused who?

Stephen, Acts 7:1

The High Priest said that the God of Glory
appeared unto whom?
Abraham, Acts 7:2

God asked Abraham to leave what and who?

His country and family, Acts 7:3

Abraham come from where to live where?
Chaldeans, Charran, Acts 7:4

Abraham's offspring would be in bondage for how many years?
Four hundred years, Acts 7:6

What was to happen to the nation that held them in bondage?
It would be judged by God, Acts 7:7

God gave Abraham the covenant of what?
Circumcision, Acts 7:8


Who was Abraham’s son?

Isaac, Acts 7:8

Who was Isaac’s son?
Jacob, Acts 7:8

Who were Jacob’s offspring?

The twelve patriarchs, Acts 7:8

Because of envy, the patriarchs sold who into slavery in Egypt?
Joseph, Acts 7:9
What did job did Pharoah give Joseph?
Governor over Egypt and all his houses, Acts 7:10

What struck Egypt?

A famine, Acts 7:11

Who heard that there was corn in Egypt and sent out his sons?
Jacob, Acts 7:12

On what visit did Joseph tell his brothers who he was?
The second time he came to him, Acts 7:13

When Joseph sent for Jacob, his father, and the rest of the family, how many were there?
75, Acts 7:14

Where did Jacob and the rest of his sons die?

Egypt, Acts 7:15

Who had bought the tomb where Jacob and his sons were placed?
Abraham, Acts 7:16

The number of Abraham’s descendents in Egypt increased or decreased?

Increased, Acts 7:17

Another King arose that didn't know Joseph, he forced them to do what to their young

 Throw them out to die, Acts 7:18&19

Moses was cared for in his Father's house how long?
Three months, Acts 7:20

When Moses was placed outside, who kept him as a son?
Pharaoh's daughter, Acts 7:21

Moses became mighty in two things. What were they?
Words and actions, Acts 7:22

How old was Moses when he decided to visit the Israelites?
40, Acts 7:23

What did Moses do to the Egyptian who mistreated the Israelites?

Killed him, Acts 7:24

Moses thought that the Israelites would understand what?
That God was using Moses to deliver him, Acts 7:25

The next day Moses came upon who? What were they doing?

Fighting, Acts 7:26

What did the Israelite say to Moses?

Are you going to kill me like you killed the Egyptian yesterday? Acts 7:27&28

 Moses fled and became a stranger in what land and had how many sons?
 Midian and had two sons, Acts 7:29

After forty years in Midian, what did Moses see?
The burning bush, Acts 7:30

Where did he see the burning bush?
Mount Sinai, Acts 7:30

Who spoke to Moses?
The Lord, Acts 7:31

When the Lord spoke to Moses, he said he was the God of what three men?
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Acts 7:32

What then did the Lord tell Moses to take off and why?
His shoes for he was standing on Holy Ground, Acts 7:33

What did God tell Moses that he was going to do to the Israelites?
Free them from bondage, Acts 7:34

God sent Moses back to the people who refused him to be what two things?
To be a ruler and a deliverer, Acts 7:35

How many years were Moses and the children of Israel in the desert?

Forty years, Acts 7:36

Moses received what to give to the Israelites?
The Ten Commandments, Acts 7:38

When the Israelites refused God, where did they turn back to?

Egypt, Acts 7:39

What did they tell Aaron to do?
Make an idol, Acts 7:40

What did Aaron make?
A golden calf, Acts 7:41

Then God turned and gave them up to worship who?
The host of heaven, Acts 7:42

God said they took up the tabernacle of who?
Moloch, Acts 7:43

God said they took up the star of what God?
Remphan, Acts 7:43

God said he would carry them away beyond where?
Babylon, Acts 7:43

What holy thing did the Israelites have in the desert with them?

The Tabernacle, Acts 7:44

Who found favor before God and desired to find a tabernacle for the God?
David, Acts 7:45-46

Who built God a house?
Solomon, Acts 7:47

However, God said that the most high does not live in housed made by whom?

Men, Acts 7:48

For God, Heaven is his what, and earth is his what?
Throne, footstool, Acts 7:49

God said, “Hath not my ______ made all these ______?”
Hand, things, Acts 7:50

Stephen call them stiff-necked and uncircumcised because they resisted who?
The Holy Spirit, Acts 7:51

Stephen said they were the betrayers and murderers of who?
The RIGHTEOUS ONE. Acts 7:52

Stephen said they received the law through who?
Angels, Acts 7:53

They did what to Stephen (first)?
Gnashed their teeth at him, Acts 7:54

Stephen, full of the Holy Spirit, looked up into Heaven and saw what?
The Glory of God, and Jesus standing on the right hand of God, Acts 7:55

What did Stephen say when he saw this?
“Behold I see the heavens opened, and the son of man standing on the right
hand of God,” Acts 7:56

Then the crowd threw Stephen out of the city and did what?
They stoned him, Acts 7:57

While they were stoning him, what did Stephen pray?

“Lord Jesus, receive my spirit,” Acts 7:58&59

What did Stephen ask for God to do to his persecutors before he fell asleep?
Forgive them, Acts 7:60




At the time of Saul consented unto Stephen's death, there was great persecution against the church at Jerusalem and they were all scattered abroad throughout what two regions?
The two regions of Judea and Samaria, Acts 8:1

Who wasn't scattered abroad at this time?
The Apostles, Acts 8:1

What kind of men carried Stephen to his burial?
Godly men, Acts 8:2

As for Saul, he began to do what to the church?
Destroy, Acts 8:3

So what did the ones scattered abroad do?
They went everywhere preaching the Word, Acts 8:4

What city did Phillip go to at this time to preach?
Samaria, Acts 8:5

Why did the people listen to Philip?
They saw the miracles which he did, Acts 8:6

What were Philip’s miracles?

Drove out demons and healed the crippled, Acts 8:7

There was great what in that city Samaria?
Joy, Acts 8:8

Who used sorcery to bewitch the people of Samaria, proclaiming that he was someone great?
Simon, Acts 8:9

What did the people say about Simon?

This man is the “great power” of God, Acts 8:10

Why did the people of Samaria follow Simon?
He had amazed them with magic, Acts 8:11

The people were baptized, and believed whom?
Philip, Acts 8:12

What did Simon do when he heard Philip preach?
Simon believed also and was baptized & followed Philip, Acts 8:13

Which two Apostles were sent to Samaria when they heard that the city had received the Word of God?

Peter and John, Acts 8:14

When Peter and John got to Samaria, what did they do?
Prayed that they might receive the Holy Spirit, Acts 8:15

Because the Holy Spirit had not come to them, the people were baptized in the name of whom?

Jesus, Acts 8:16

When Peter and John laid there hands on them, what happened?
They received the Holy Spirit, Acts 8:17

When the Apostles laid there hands on people, what did Simon do?
Offered the Apostles money for the power to do like they did, Acts 8:18-19

What did Peter say to Simon? (About money and the gift of God.)
Your money will perish with you because you thought the gift of God could be purchased with money, and you aren’t part of this ministry because your heart is not right with God Acts 8:20-21

Peter told Simon to repent of what and to pray to God that the thought of his what, may be forgiven?
To repent of his wickedness and pray that the thought of his heart may be forgiven, Acts 8:22

Peter said that he saw what two things about Simon?
Bitterness and sin, 8:23

What did Simon tell Peter?
Pray to the Lord that none of these things Peter said would happen to Simon, Acts 8:24

After they preached, to where did the Apostles return, and what did they do?
Jerusalem and preached the gospel in many villages of the Samaritans, Acts 8:25

The angel of the Lord spoke to Philip and told him to go toward the south from Jerusalem to where? Gaza, which is desert, Acts 8:26

Who did Philip meet?
A Eunich of Ethiopia, Acts 8:27

Why had this Ethiopian come to Jerusalem?
To worship, Acts 8:27

What was the Ethiopian sitting on his chariot reading when Philip came?
The book of Isaiah, Acts 8:28

What told Philip to stay near this chariot?
The Spirit, Acts 8:29

What did Philip ask the Ethiopian?
Do you understand what you are reading, Acts 8:30

34. What was the Ethiopian’s reply to Philip?
How could I?” and invited Philip to sit with him, Acts 8:31

What was the Scripture which the Ethiopian read?
He was led like a sheep to the slaughter; and as a lamb before his shearer is silent, so he did not open his mouth. In his humiliation, he was deprived of justice. Who can speak of his descendants? For his life was taken from the earth.” Isaiah 53:7-8, Acts 8:32&33

What did the Ethiopian ask Philip when they read this scripture?
Who is Isaiah talking about? Acts 8:34

Who did Philip begin to preach about?
Jesus, Acts 8:35

What did the Ethiopian say to Philip about the water?
He wanted to be baptized, Acts 8:36

What did Philip say that the Ethiopian must believe in order to be baptized?

That Jesus Christ is the son of God, Acts 8:37

Did Philip baptize the Ethiopian?
Yes, Acts 8:38

After the baptism, who took whom away?

 The Spirit of the Lord took Philip away, Acts 8:39


Where was Philip found?
Azotus, Acts 8:40




Who was Saul threatening?

The Apostles, Acts 9:1

Why did Saul go to the High Priest?
To get letters to find any Christians to put in prison, Acts 9:2

To where was Saul traveling the light from heaven shown around him?

Damascus, Acts 9:3

What did the voice say to Saul?

Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?” Acts 9:4

Saul asked, "Who are you, Lord?" And the Lord said what?
Jesus, Acts 9:5

Where did the Lord tell Saul to go?

Into the city (Damascus), Acts 9:6

What did the men who were with Saul see?
Nothing, Acts 9:7

What did Saul see when he got up from the ground?

Nothing, he was blind, Acts 9:8

How long was Saul blind?

3 days, Acts 9:9

Who did the Lord go to in a vision?
Ananias, Acts 9:10

The Lord told Ananias to go to a street called what and find whom?
Straight Street to find Saul, Acts 9:11

Saul has a vision of Ananias doing what?
Restoring his sight, Acts 9:12

What did Ananias say to God about Saul?
Saul persecuted those in Jerusalem and was arresting all His followers, Acts 9:13-14

God told Ananias that Saul was chosen by God to carry his Word to whom?
The gentiles, kings, and the Children of Israel, Acts 9:15

God also said that Saul will suffer great things for whom?
For His (God's) name sake, Acts 9:16

What two things would happened to Saul when Ananias went to him?
Receive his sight and was filled with the Holy Spirit, Acts 9:17

What fell from Saul’s eyes? What did Saul do when after he received his sight?
Scales and was baptized, Acts 9:18

What did Saul eat that strengthened him?

Meat, Acts 9:19

What did Saul begin to do?

Preach the Word, Acts 9:20

When all heard him preach, what happened?
They were amazed and wondered if this was the same man who had persecuted Christians, Acts 9:21

Saul increased his what?
Knowledge, Acts 9:22

After many days, who conspired to kill Saul?

The Jews do? Acts 9:23

Who found out about the Jews’ plan?

Saul and his followers, Acts 9:24

How was Saul saved from the Jews?

Lowered him in a basket over the wall, Acts 9:25

What was Saul’s named changed to?



What did the people think of Paul when he returned to Jerusalem?
The people were all afraid of him, Acts 9:26

Who took Paul and declared him unto the Apostles?

Barnabas, Acts 9:27

Where did Paul walk freely with the Apostles?

Jerusalem. Acts 9:28

In Jerusalem who wanted to kill Paul?

Grecians, Acts 9:29

Where did the Apostles send Paul?
Tarsus, Acts 9:30

After Paul was sent to Tarsus, the churches had peace throughout what 3 regions?
Judea, Galilee, and Samaria, Acts 9:31

Who went to visit the saints in Lydda?

Peter, Acts 9:32

Who was the paralytic man who Peter found at Lydda?
Aeneas, Acts 9:33

How long did Aeneas been bedridden?

8 years, Acts 9:33

What did Peter tell Aeneas to do? Did he do it?
Stand and make your bed, yes, Acts 9:34

And all that dwelt at which two places turned to the Lord because of the healing of Aeneas?
Lydda and Saron, Acts 9:35


What was the name of the disciple in Joppa?
Tabitha (Dorcas – translation) Acts 9:36

What happened to Tabitha?
She died, Acts 9:37

The people of Joppa sent two men unto Lydda to get who to come to them?
Peter, Acts 9:38

What did the widows shoe Peter when he went to Joppa?
Coats and garments Tabitha had made them, Acts 9:39

What did Peter do Tabitha?
He brought her back to life, Acts 9:40

Peter called what two groups to present Tabitha alive to?
The believers and the widows, Acts 9:41

Tabitha being brought to life was known throughout all of where?
Joppa, Acts 9:42

Peter stayed many days in Joppa with a man named Siman, a(n) ____ (occupation)?
A tanner, Acts 9:43




Where did Cornelius live?

Caesrea, Acts 10:1

What kind of man was Cornelius?

Devout and God-fearing, Acts 10:2

What did Cornelius see in his vision?

An angel of God, Acts 10:3

What did the angel say had come up as a memorial before God?

Cornelius’ prayers and gifts to the poor, Acts 10:4

Who did the angel tell Cornelius to send men to bring back?
Peter, Acts 10:5

Whom did Peter stay with and what was this man's occupation?
Simon, the tanner, Acts 10:6

When the angel finished speaking to Cornelius, who did Cornelius call to him?
Cornelius called two of his household servants and a devout soldier, Acts 10:7

Where did Cornelius send the three men?

Joppa, Acts 10:8

As the Cornelius’ men came close to the city, Peter went where to do what?
Peter went to the housetop to pray, Acts 10:9

Peter was very hungry and would have eaten but what happened?
Peter fell into a trance, Acts 10:10

What did Peter see as heaven opened?
Something like a great sheet being let down to earth by the four corners, Acts 10:11

What was in the sheet?
All sorts of animals, Acts 10:12

A voice came to Peter telling him to do what 3 things?
Rise, kill, and eat, Acts 10:13

Why did Peter tell God no, he couldn't eat?
Peter said he had never eaten any thing that is common or unclean, Acts 10:14

God spoke to Peter a second time and said what?
Don’t call anything impure that God has made clean, Acts 10:15

How many times did the vision occur?

Three, Acts 10:16

While Peter thought about what this vision should mean, what was happening?
The men sent from Cornelius house made inquiry stood at the gate, Acts 10:17

As Peter was still thinking about the vision, what did the Spirit tell him?
Three men seek thee, Acts 10:19

According to the Spirit, who had sent the men?

The Spirit, Acts 10:20

They told Peter how Cornelius was told by an angel to send for him so Cornelius could hear what?
The words of Peter, Acts 10:22

Who accompanied him to Cornelius’ house (other than the 3 men)?
Brothers from Joppa, Acts 10:23

A person and two groups of people were waiting for Peter at Caesarea, who were they?
Cornelius, his relative and his close friends, Acts 10:24

When Peter went to see Cornelius what two things did Cornelius do when he
saw Peter?
Fell down at Peter's feet and worshipped him, Acts 10:25

What did Peter do when Cornelius fell down at his feet and worshipped him?
Peter made him get up and said “I myself also am a man,” Acts 10:26

When Peter went inside, what did he find?

A large gathering of people, Acts 10:27

What did Peter say was unlawful?
For a Jew to keep company with a Gentile, Acts 10:28

Peter asked them all what?
Why have you sent for me? Acts 10:29

How many days ago was it that Cornelius had seen the angel?
Four days ago, Acts 10:30

Where did the angel tell Cornelius that Simon’s house was?
By the sea, Acts 10:32

Cornelius said that they were all here before God to hear what?

To hear all things that are commanded of God, Acts 10:33

Peter said that God does not show what?
Favoritism, Acts 10:34

Peter said that every nation that does what two things, is accepted with God?
That fears God and does what is right, Acts 10:35

The word which God sent unto the children of Israel, preaching peace by Jesus Christ: he is what?
He is Lord of All, Acts 10:36

Peter said that Jesus went about doing what two things?
Good and healing, Acts 10:38

Peter said, we are witnesses of all things which he did both in the land of the _______ and in ________; whom they slew and hanged on a tree.
Jews & Jerusalem, Acts 10:39

God raised who up the third day

Jesus, Acts 10:40.

After he rose from the dead, Jesus was shown to what two groups of people?
Witnesses chosen by God, Acts 10:41

Jesus commanded them to do what two things?
Preach unto the people and testify, Acts 10:42

Through his name whosoever believeth in him shall have what?
Forgiveness of sins, Acts 10:43

While Peter spoke these words; what happened?
The Holy Ghost came to those who heard the word, Acts 10:44

Who was astonished and why?
The Jews because the Gentiles also received the Holy Ghost, Acts 10:45

How did they know the Gentiles received the gift of the Holy Spirit?
They heard them speak with tongues and praise God, Acts 10:46

What question did Peter ask once they had received the gift of the Holy Spirit?
Can any man keep these men from being baptized with water, Acts 10:47

What did Peter command them to do?
Be baptized in the name of the Lord, Acts 10:48


Acts 11

1)     Who had heard that the Gentiles had received the word of God? (v. 1)

a)     The church of Corinth

b)    The apostles and brothers throughout Judea*

c)    The disciples in Jerusalem

d)    The Jews and Samaritans


2)     Whom did the circumcised criticize? (v. 2)

a)     Paul

b)    James

c)    Peter*

d)    Saul


3)     Why did the circumcised Jews criticize Peter? (v. 3)

a)     Because he ate with unclean hands

b)    Because he ate unclean meat

c)    Because he refused to eat with the Jews

d)    Because he ate in the house of the uncircumcised*


4)     What city was Peter in when he enter his trance? (v. 5)

a)     Joppa*

b)    Jerusalem

c)    Caesarea

d)    Antioch


5)     What was being let down from heaven in Peter’s vision? (v. 5)

a)     The ark of the covenant

b)    A scroll

c)    Something like a large sheet*

d)    A dove


6)     What beings were present on the sheet-like object? (v. 6)

a)     Mammals and reptiles

b)    Four footed animals of the earth, wild beats, reptiles and birds of the air *

c)    Crocodiles, sheep, snakes and birds

d)    Cows, pigs and chickens


7)     What did the voice command Peter to do in his vision? (v. 7)

a)     Get up, kill and eat*

b)    Get up and let the animals go free

c)    Get up, kill and eat only the clean animals

d)    Name the animals


8)     What was Peter’s subsequent protest? (v. 8)

a)     “Surely not, Lord! I am allergic to dander.”

b)    “Surely not, Lord! I am afraid of reptiles.”

c)    “Surely not, Lord! I have not knife with which to kill the animals before me.”

d)    “Surely not, Lord! Nothing impure or unclean has ever entered my mouth.”*


9)     How many times did the voice from heaven have to speak to Peter? (v. 10)

a)     4

b)    3*

c)    2

d)    1


10) Where were the three men who stopped at Peter’s house from?

(v. 11)

a)     Judea

b)    Antioch

c)     Joppa

d)    Caesarea*


11) Who also went with Peter to the house of the man who had seen an angel? (v.12)

a)     6*

b)    9

c)     3

d)    12


12) After the Holy Spirit fell upon the men what did Peter remember the Lord had said previously? (v. 16)

a)     “Jesus was baptized with water, but you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit.”

b)    “John baptized with water and now you also will do the same.”

c)     “John baptized with unclean water, but you will baptize with water cleansed by the Holy Spirit.”

d)    “John baptized with water, but you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit.”*


13) After hearing Peter’s argument what was the response of the Jews?      (v. 18)

a)     They continued to debate Peter stating God had cast out the Gentiles.

b)    They had no further objections and praised God.*

c)     They had no further verbal objections but harbored uncertainty in their heart.

d)    They continued to disagree with Peter but praised God.


14) Where did those scattered by the persecution travel to? (v. 19)

a)     Antioch, Cyrene and Barcelona

b)    Phoenicia, Cyprus and Rome

c)     Cyprus, Cyrene and Antioch

d)    Phoenicia, Cyprus and Antioch*


15) Men from Cyprus and Cyrene went to Antioch to spread the Good News to whom? (v. 20)

a)     Only to the Jews

b)    Only to the Jews and circumcised Greeks

c)     To the Greeks*

d)    To the Romans


16) Who was sent to Antioch from Jerusalem after learning of the teaching of the Greeks? (v. 22)

a)     Peter

b)    Stephen

c)     Paul

d)    Barnabas*


17) Where did Barnabas travel after leaving Antioch? (v. 25)

a)     Tarsus*

b)    Jerusalem

c)     Cyprus

d)    Caesarea


18) Who did Barnabas go looking for? (v. 25)

a)     Agabus

b)    Paul*

c)     Peter

d)    Herod


19) How long did Saul and Barnabas remain with the church in Antioch?   (v. 26)

a)     One month

b)    Two years

c)     One year*

d)    Until the church was strong and full of the Spirit


20) What was the name given to the disciples in Antioch? (v. 26)

a)     Saints

b)    Catholics

c)     Servants

d)    Christians*


21) What did the prophet Agabus predict? (v. 28)

a)     That a severe flood would spread over the entire Roman world.

b)    That a severe famine would spread over the entire Roman world.*

c)     That Jesus would return with flames and trumpet sound.

d)    That the Roman Empire would fall.


22) When did this occur? (v. 28)

a)     During the reign of Claudius*

b)    During the reign of Nero

c)     After the death of King Herod

d)    During the reign of Caesar Augustus


23) Identify how gifts traveled from Antioch to the brethren in Judea (v. 30)

a)     Antioch disciples à Jerusalem elders

b)    Antioch disciples à Antioch elders à Jerusalem elders

c)     Antioch disciples à Antioch elders à Saul and Barnabas à Jerusalem elders

d)    Antioch disciples à Saul and Barnabas à Jerusalem elders*


24) How did the Antioch disciples decide how much to give? (v. 29)

a)     Everyone tithed, giving 10% of their income

b)    Each according to his ability*

c)     Each based on the remaining weekly wages

d)    Each according to the instructions provide by Saul and Barnabas.


Chapter 12


1) For what purpose did King Herod have some who belonged to the Church arrested? (v. 1)

a)     To persecute them*

b)    To reform them

c)     To reeducate them

d)    To banish them from Judea


2) How was James, the brother of John, put to death? (v. 2)

a)     Hanging

b)    Crucifixion

c)     With the sword*

d)    Beheading


3) When was Peter seized by King Herod? (v. 3)

a)     During the Passover

b)    During the Festival of Lights

c)     During Jubilee

d)    During the Feast of Unleavened Bread*


4) How many men were present to guard Peter while he was in prison?

(v. 4)

a)     Four squads of two soldiers each

b)    Four squads of four soldiers each*

c)     Two squads of two soldiers each

d)    Two squads of four soldiers each


5) What was King Herod’s plan for Peter? (v. 4)

a)     To bring him out for public trial after the Passover*

b)    To bring him out for public trial after the Feast of Unleavened Bread

c)     To bring him out for public trial after the death of James

d)    To have him put to death immediately


6) How was Peter bound in his cell? (v. 6)

a)     With ropes

b)    With shackles on his arms and legs

c)     With two chains*

d)    He was not bound but two soldiers and sentries were standing guard.


7) What did the angel do once he appeared in Peter’s cell? (v. 7)

a)     Began singing praises to God.

b)    Struck dead the two soldiers and sentries.

c)     Carried Peter out of the cell.

d)    Struck Peter on the side and woke him up.*


8) For what did Peter mistake his escape from prison? (v. 9)

a)     A vision*

b)    A dream

c)     A hallucination

d)    A cruel joke being played by the guards.


9) When did the angel leave Peter? (v. 10)

a)     After walking one mile

b)    After exiting the prison

c)     After walking the length of one street*

d)    After Peter was safe at the home of Rhoda


10) Where did Peter go after realizing what had occurred? (v. 12)

a)     To the home of Mary, mother of Jesus

b)    To the home of James

c)     To the church in Jerusalem

d)    To the home of Mary, mother of John (Mark)*


11) What was the name of the servant girl who answered the door? (v. 13)

a)     Mary

b)    Rhoda*

c)     Tabitha

d)    Dorcus


12) Who did the members of Mary’s household think was at the door?

(v. 15)

a)     Peter’s angel*

b)    An imposter

c)     Mark

d)    Peter himself


13) Who did Peter want to hear the story of his escape? (v. 17)

a)     Mark and James

b)    All the disciples in Asia

c)     James and the brothers*

d)    No one


14) What did Herod command be done to the guards who were on duty the night Peter escaped? (v. 19)

a)     He had them demoted.

b)    He had them executed.*

c)     He had them write out their testimony of what happened.

d)    He ordered they all undergo psychological evaluation.


15) Where did Herod travel to when he left Judea? (v. 19)

a)     Tyre

b)    Sidon

c)     Antioch

d)    Caesarea*


16) With whom was Herod quarreling? (v. 20)

a)     The people of Tyre and Sidon*

b)    The Christians in Jerusalem

c)     The Roman government

d)    The people of Sodom and Gomorra


17) Who was Blastus? (v 20)

a)     A leader in the Roman army

b)    A trusted personal servant of King Herod*

c)     An informant for the people of Tyre and Sidon

d)    A martyr for Christianity


18) What did the people of Tyre and Sidon depend on Herod’s country for? (v. 20)

a)     Water supply

b)    Military support

c)     Food supply*

d)    Trading and exchange


19) What did the people of Tyre and Sidon shout out to Herod after his public address? (v. 22)

a)     “This is the voice of a god, not of a man.”*

b)    “This is our deliver and redeemer.”

c)     “This is a king established by God.”

d)    “Long live the king.”


20) Why was Herod struck down? (v. 23)

a)     Because he refused to believe the Gospel.

b)    Because he did not give praise to God.*

c)     Because he accepted the worship of the people.

d)    Because he was a wicked and immoral king.


21) How did King Herod die? (v. 23)

a)     He had a heart attack

b)    He was beheaded

c)     He was eaten by birds

d)    He was eaten by worms*


22) When Barnabas and Saul finished their mission where did they go?

(v. 25)

a)     To Antioch

b)    To Jerusalem*

c)     To Rome

d)    To Caesarea


23) Who went along with Saul and Barnabas? (v. 25)

a)     Peter

b)    Rhoda

c)     John (Mark)*

d)    Simon


24) What other name is John known by? (v. 25)

a)     Julius

b)    Simon

c)     Luke

d)    Mark


Acts 13

1.                  Who were the prophets and teachers of the church at Antioch? (13:1)

      Barnabas, Simeon, Lucius, Manaen, and Saul


2.                  Who was called Niger? (13:1)

    1. Simeon
    2. Saul
    3. Barnabsa


3.                  Who had been brought up with Herod the Tetrarch? (13:1)

    1.  Anticous
    2. Manenta
    3. Manaen


4.                  What did the Holy Spirit say to the church? (13:2)

      “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.”


5.                  What did God want the church to do with Barnabas and Saul? (13:2)

    1. Set them apart for benevolence work 
    2. Set them apart for missionary work
    3. Set them apart to lead worship


6.                  What preceded the departure of the missionaries? (13:3)

    1. Prayer, meditating, and laying hand on the missionaries
    2. Prayer, fasting, and laying hand on the missionaries
    3. Prayer, fasting, and singing with the missionaries


7.                  From what seaport did Barnabas and Paul sail? (13:4)

    1. Seleucia
    2. Joppa
    3. Sidon


8.                  Where did the missionaries go first? (13:3)

    1. Seleucia
    2. Cyprus
    3. Cyprus


9.                  Who directed Barnabas and Saul on their journey? (13:4)

    1. Holy Spirit
    2. The elders
    3. An angel


10.              Name the cities on the island of Cyprus where Barnabas and Saul visited? (13:4-6)

    1. Derbe and Seleucia
    2. Salamis and Paphos
    3. Perga and Lystra


11.              What did the missionaries do in Salamis? (13:5)

      proclaimed the word of God in the Jewish synagogues


12.              Who helped Barnabas and Saul in Cyprus? (13:5)

    1. Peter
    2. John
    3. James


13.              Whom did Barnabas and Saul meet at Paphos? (13:6-7)

    1. Bar-Jesus
    2. Bar-Joshua
    3. Bar-Jonas


14.              Who was Bar-Jesus? (13:6)

      Jewish sorcerer and false prophet and an attendant of the proconsul, Sergius Paulus


15.              Why did the proconsul send for Barnabas and Saul? (13:8)

    1. Because he wanted to hear the word of God
    2. Because he wanted a bribe
    3. Because he wanted to be baptized


16.              Who is called an intelligent man? (13:8)

    1.  Pergus Saulus
    2.  Paulus Exemus
    3. Sergius Paulus


17.              What did Bar-Jesus (Elymas) do? (13:8)

      Opposed Barnabas and Saul and tried to turn the proconsul from the faith


18.              What was the proconsul’s name? (13:8)

Sergius Paulus


19.              What does the name “Elymas” mean? (13:8)

    1. Sorcerer
    2. Gambler
    3. Peace


20.              Who looked straight at “Elymas” and rebuked him? (13:9)

    1. Barnabas
    2. Saul, who was also called Paul
    3. John Mark


21.              Why did Elymas oppose the Word of God? (13:10)

      He was the child of the devil and an enemy of everything that is right


22.              What did Paul say Elymas was full of? (13:10)

    1. All kinds of deceit and trickery
    2. The works of evil
    3. Evil


23.              What question did Paul ask Elymas? (13:10)

      Will you never stop perverting the right ways of the Lord?


24.              What was the judgment against the sorcerer? (13:11)

    1.  He was made mute
    2. He was made deaf
    3. He was blinded for a time


25.              Who was not able to see the light of the sun? (13:11)

    1. Paphos
    2. Elymas
    3. Sergius Paulus


26.              When Sergius Paulus saw the miracle, what did he do? (13:12)

    1. He believed, for he was amazed at the teaching about the Lord.
    2. He sent Paul and Barnabas away
    3. He sang praise to God


27.              Paul and his companions sailed from Paphos to what city? (13:13)

    1. Perga in Galatia
    2. Perga in Pamphylia
    3. Perga in Cyrpus


28.              Who left Paul and his companions in Perga in Pamphylia.? (13:13)



29.              John left Perga to travel to what city? (13:13)

    1. Jericho
    2. Joppa
    3. Jerusalem


30.              Paul and his companions left Perga for what place? (13:14)

    1. Pisidian Antioch
    2. Antioch in Pisidia
    3. Attalla in Lycus


31.              What did the missionaries visit on the Sabbath Day? (13:14)

    1. Temple
    2. Synagogue
    3. Prison


32.              What was read in the Synagogue service? (13: 15)

      Law and the Prophets


33.              What were Paul and his companions invited to do in the synagogue? (13:14-15)

    1. Speak a message of encouragement
    2. Lead the prayers
    3. Greet the visitors


34.              Who were assembled to hear Paul? (13:16)

    1. Angry mob
    2. Men and women of Israel
    3. Men of Israel and Gentiles


35.              In surveying the history of Israel, name 3 key events did Paul mentioned? (13:17-22)

God chose our fathers

Made the people prosper in Egypt

Led them out of Egypt

Endured their conduct for about forty years

Overthrew seven nations in Canaan and gave their land to his people

Gave them judges

Gave them Saul son of Kish, of the tribe of Benjamin, who ruled forty years

Made David their king.


36.              What did God do through David’s descendants? (13:23)

    1. Sent judgment of fire
    2. brought to Israel the Savior Jesus
    3. brought peace by conquering the enemies


37.              What did John preach? (13:24)

    1. repentance and baptism
    2. faith and baptism
    3. grace and baptism


38.              What was John unworthy to do? (13:25)

    1. Preach to the crowds
    2. Carry the coat of the promised one
    3. Untie the sandals of the promised one


39.              To whom was the message of salvation sent? (13:26)

Brothers, children of Abraham, and you God-fearing Gentiles


40.              How did Paul confirm the fact of Jesus' resurrection from the dead? (13:33-37)

    1. Quoted from the book of Psalms
    2. Quoted from the book of 2 Kings
    3. Quoted from the book of Ezekiel


41.              What was proclaimed? (13:38-39)

    1. Repentance
    2. Forgiveness of sins
    3. God’s grace


42.              How did people respond to the message Paul preached? (13:42)

the people kept begging to speak the message to them the next Sabbath.

43.              What did the people do as Paul and Barnabas were leaving the synagogue? (13: 43)

    1. Threw stones at Paul and Barnabas
    2. followed Paul and Barnabas
    3. Prayed for Paul and Barnabas


44.              What happened on the Sabbath after Paul first spoke in Perga? (13:44-45)

    1. the Jews talked abusively against what Paul was saying
    2. the Jews were excited by Paul’s message and invited him to return
    3. the Jews were angry at Barnabas for leaving Paul alone


45.              Why did Paul and Barnabas turn their attention to non-Jewish (Gentile) audiences? (13:45-48)

    1. They were a larger group
    2. They were more tolerant
    3. The Jews had rejected the Word


46.              How did the Gentiles respond to the Word of the Lord? (13:48)

    1. With joy
    2. With fear
    3. With questions


47.              What happened to Paul and Barnabas while God was causing the church to grow and become strong? (13:49-52)

    1. They were praised
    2. They were persecuted
    3. They were executed


48.              What did Paul and Barnabas shake off their shoes? (13:50)

    1. Dust
    2. Spiders
    3. Mud


49.              Where did Paul and Barnabas go after Pisidian Antioch? (13:51-52)

    1. Attalla
    2. Iconium
    3. Paphos


Acts 14

1.      At Iconium, where did Paul and Barnabas go? (14:1)

a.      City gates

b.      Synagogue

c.      Cyprus


2.      Who became believers at Iconium? Why? (14:1)

a.      Roman Guards

b.      The whole synagogue

c.      A great number of Jews and Gentiles


3.      Who stirred up the Gentiles and poisoned their minds against the brothers? (14:2)

a.      Jews who refused to believe

b.      Temple officials

c.      Angry mob


4.      How long did the apostles stay in Iconium? (14:3)

a.      A few days

b.      A year

c.      A considerable time


5.      What did the Lord enable Paul and Barnabas to do in Iconium? Why? (14:3)

      miraculous signs and wonders; to confirmed the message of his grace



6.      How was the city divided? (14:4)

a.      Some sided with the Jews, others with the Gentiles

b.      Some sided with the Jews, others with the Romans

c.      Some sided with the Jews, others with the apostles


7.      What did Gentiles and Jews, together with their leaders, plot against the apostles? (14:5)

a.      Drive them out of town

b.      mistreat them and stone them

c.      to have them jailed


8.      When Paul and Barnabas discovered the plot against them, what did they do? (14:6)

a.      fled to the Lycaonian cities of Lystra and Derbe

b.      appealed to the Roman governor for protection

c.      faced the trouble makers and struck them blind


9.      What Paul and Barnabas continue todo in Lystra and Derbe? (14:6-7)

a.      Meet in the synagogues

b.      Meet with the churches

c.      Preach the good news


10.  What did Paul do for the crippled man in Lystra? (14:8-10)

a.      Healed his feet

b.      Healed his hearing

c.      Healed his eyesight


11.  What did the crowd shout in the Lycaonian language? (14:11-13)

a.       These men bring great news

b.      The gods have come down to us in human form

c.      Oh god, save us from these workers of evil


12.  Barnabas they called            , and Paul they called                      .

a.      Zeus; Hermes

b.      Zoar; Isis

c.      Saturn; Mars


13.  What did the apostles do when they discovered the people offering sacrifices to them? (14:14)

a.      Accepted the praise

b.      Tore their clothes

c.      Thanked God for an open door


14.  When Paul refused the crowds’ worship, he said, “We too are only men,            like you. (14:15-17)

a.      Sinners

b.      Jews

c.      Human


15.  What kindnesses did God give as His testimony? (14:15-17)

a.      Jesus to die

b.      rain from heaven and crops in their seasons

c.      scarcity of food but fills your hearts with joy


16.  What did the apostle find it difficult to do? (14:18)

a.      restrain the crowd

b.      pray

c.      hear their questions


17.  Who came from Antioch and Iconium to poison the minds of the people against the missionaries? (14:19)

a.      Some Jews

b.      Roman soldiers

c.      Gentile believers


18.  What did the crowd do to Paul? (14:19)

a.      Invited him to return

b.      Carried him to the synagogue

c.      stoned and dragged him outside the city


19.  What did Paul do after he revived? (14:20)

a.      returned to Lystra

b.      fled to Jerusalem

c.      appealed to Rome


20.  After Paul and Barnabas left Lystra, where did they go? (14:20)

a.      Jerusalem

b.      Derbe

c.      Cyprus


21.  What did Paul and Barnabas do in Derbe? (14:21)

a.      preached the good news

b.      sought out a church

c.      started a synagogue


22.  What was the result of the apostles' evangelism? (14:21)

a.      A few people believed

b.      Converted the whole synagoge

c.      Won a large number of disciples


23.  Why did Paul and Barnabas retrace their steps to Antioch? (14:22)

            To strengthen the disciples and encouraging them to remain true to the faith



24.  What did the missionaries say we must do to enter the kingdom? (14:22)

a.      Be baptized

b.      Go through many hardships

c.      Join the church


25.  Who did the apostles appoint in each church? (14:23)

a.      Preachers

b.      Deacons

c.      Elders


26.  The elders were appointed with             and                        (14:23)

a.      Prayer and fasting

b.      Prayer and anointing

c.      Prayer and worship


27.  Where did the return journey to Antioch take the apostles? (14:24-26)

Pisidia to Pamphylia to Perga to Attalia 


28.  When they returned to Antioch, what did Paul and Barnabas do? (14:27)

a.      Thank God for a safe journey

b.      Called the church together to give a report

c.      Appointed elders


29.  How long did the apostles remain in Antioch? (14:28)

a.      A long time

b.      A few weeks

c.      A brief time


Acts 15

9.      What were the men from Judea teaching the Christians? (15:1)

a.      Baptism for the forgiveness of sins

b.      Repent for the Kingdom is at hand

c.      Unless you are circumcised, you cannot be saved


10.  O what did the men of Judea base their teaching? (15:1)

a.      The Words of Peter

b.      The Law of Moses

c.      The Law of Christ


11.  How did Paul and Barnabas respond to the teaching problem at Antioch? (15:2)

a.      With sharp dispute and debate with them

b.      Took the aside to teach them more perfectly

c.      Called the elders from Jerusalem to come to Antioch


12.  How did the apostles determine to resolve the problem in Antioch? (15:2)

a.      Sent Paul, Barnabas and some brothers to Jerusalem

b.      Sent Paul, Barnabas and some brothers to Joppa

c.      Sent Paul, Barnabas and some brothers to Attalia


13.  What did Paul and Barnabas do as they traveled through Phoenicia and Samaria? (15:3)

a.      Preached in the synagogues

b.      Appointed elders

c.      Told how the Gentiles had been converted


14.  When Paul and Barnabas arrived in Jerusalem, how did the church receive them? (15:4)

a.      Were welcomed

b.      With Suspicion

c.      With fear


15.  What did the believing Pharisees say? (15:5)

a.      The Gentiles must be circumcised and required to obey the law of Moses.

b.      The Gentiles are not part of God’s Kingdom.

c.      The Gentiles must be baptized for the forgiveness of sins and obey Jesus Law.


16.  How did the church leaders respond to the Pharisees? (15:6)

a.      Agreed with the teaching

b.      Met to consider this question

c.      Agreed to disagree


17.  What did Peter say to the party of the Pharisees? (15:7)

a.      God choose my lips to give the gospel to the Gentiles

b.      God choose Paul to preach to the Gentiles

c.      God choose Barnabas to give the gospel to the Gentiles


18.  What did say Peter proved God accepted the Gentiles? (15:8)

a.      Jesus died for all people

b.      God spoke to the Gentiles

c.      God gave the Holy Spirit to them



19.  How did God purify their hearts? (15:9)

a.      Faith

b.      Confession

c.      Baptism


20.  According to Peter, what did the Pharisees do that was testing God (15:10)

            put on the necks of the disciples a yoke that neither we nor our fathers have been able to bear


21.  We believe it is through the                                 of our Lord Jesus that we are saved.

a.      Death

b.      Grace

c.      Love


22.  What did Paul and Barnabas say God had done among the Gentiles? (15:12)

a.      miraculous signs and wonders

b.      great things

c.      fearful judgements


23.  With what are the words of the prophets are in agreement? (15:15)

a.      Paul’s words

b.      Barnabas’s words

c.      Simon’s words


24.  What was to be rebuilt? (15:16)

a.      Solomon’s temple

b.      David’s fallen tent

c.      Saul’s house


25.  What judgment did James make? (15:19-21)

a.      The Pharisees should be disfellowshipped

b.      We should not make it difficult for the Gentiles

c.      We should send for the Gentile leader


26.  James said they should write and tell the Gentiles: to (15:21)

abstain from food polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from the meat of strangled animals and from blood.


27.  Who went to Antioch with Paul and Barnabas? (15:22)

a.      Peter and James

b.      Timothy and John Mark

c.      Judas (called Barsabbas) and Silas


28.  Why did the men carry to Antioch? (15:23)

a.      Letter

b.      Bibles

c.      New songs


29.  What did those who some went out without authorization do? (15:23)

a.      spoke evil against Paul in the churches

b.      destroyed the church

c.      disturbed and troubled the church


30.  What did Barnabas and Paul risk? (15:26)

a.      Their fortune

b.      Their lives

c.      Their reputation


31.  Who confirmed by word of mouth what was written? (15:24-29)

a.      Judas and Silas

b.      Paul and Barnabas

c.      Peter and James


32.  What did the letter require the believers to do? (15: 29)

abstain from food sacrificed to idols, from blood, from the meat of strangled animals and from sexual immorality


33.  Who was gathered together to hear the reading of the letter? (15:30)

a.      The church

b.      The apostles

c.      The elders


34.  How did the Christians in Antioch respond to the message from Jerusalem? (15:31)

a.      Got angry at their interference

b.      Were glad for its encouraging message

c.      Left without saying anything


35.  How did Judas and Silas help the Christians in Antioch? (15:32)

a.      Preformed many miracles

b.      Preached for two weeks

c.      Said much to encourage and strengthen the brothers


36.  When Judas and Silas left for Jerusalem, what kind of send-off were they given? (15:33)

a.      A going away party

b.      Contributions for the church

c.      with the blessing of peace


37.  What did Paul and Barnabas do in Antioch? (15:35)

a.      Taught and preached the word of the Lord

b.      Baptized many in the name of the Lord

c.      Appointed elders and deacons to serve the Lord


38.  What did Paul suggest to Barnabas? (15:36)

a.      Return to Jerusalem

b.      Go back and visit the brothers in all the towns where we preached

c.      Plant a new church in Jericho


39.  What did Barnabas want to do? (15:37)

a.      take John Mark

b.      stay in Antioch

c.      return to Jerusalem


40.  Why didn't Paul want Mark to accompany the apostles on their trip? (15:38)

a.      He was too young

b.      He was a Pharisee

c.      He had deserted them in Pamphylia


41.  Whom did Barnabas take with him when he went to Cyprus? (15:39)

a.      Silas

b.      Simon

c.      John Mark


42.  What did the apostles do about their difference of opinion? (15:39-40)

a.      Went separate ways

b.      Prayed all night

c.      Talked it out


43.  Whom did Paul select as a traveling companion in ministry? (15:40)

a.      Joseph

b.      Silas

c.      Barnabas


44.  Where did Paul and Silas go to strengthening the churches? (15:41)

a.      Syria and Cilicia,

b.      Jordan and Palestine

c.      Antioch and Cyprus



Chapter 16


1.      What disciple lived in Lystra? (16:1)

a.      Silas

b.      Timothy

c.      Mark


2.      What was Timothy's parentage? (16:1)

a.      His mother was a Greek and his father was a Jew

b.      His mother was a Jew and his father was a Jew

c.      His mother was a Jew and his father was a Greek


3.      What was Timothy's reputation? (16:2)

a.      People spoke well of him

b.      People did not know him

c.      People were offended by him


4.      Why did Paul have Timothy circumcised? (16:3)

a.      Because of the Gentiles

b.      Because of the Christians

c.      Because of the Jews


5.      What did Paul and his companions do as they traveled from town to town? (16:4)

a.      delivered the decisions of  the apostles and elders

b.      preached the gospel

c.      made many converts


6.      What was the effect of the missionaries' visit? (16:5)

a.      Caused persecution to grow

b.      The church was strengthened the faith and grew daily in numbers

c.      The church grew daily in numbers


7.      Who directed the missionaries away from Asia? (16:6)

a.      The crowds

b.      The Holy Spirit

c.      Jesus


8.      Because the Holy Spirit kept Paul from preaching in the province of Asia, he traveled throughout the region of      ? (16:6)

a.      Lystra and Iconium

b.      Derbe and Lystra

c.      Phrygia and Galatia


9.      Because the Holy Spirit kept Paul from entering Bithynia, he went down to                  ? (16:7)

a.      Mysia

b.      Troas

c.      Macedonia


10.  When did Paul see in the vision? (16:9)

a.      a man of Macedonia

b.      a man of Mysia

c.      a man of Troas


11.  How did Paul and his companions do after seeing this vision? (16:10)

a.      God was angry

b.      got ready at once to leave for Macedonia

c.      spent a week in prayer and fasting


12.  What did the missionaries conclude after they understood the vision? (16:10)

a.      God called them to leave for Jerusalem

b.      God called them to leave pray for Troas

c.      God had called us to preach the gospel


13.  How did Paul and his companions travel from Troas to Philippi? (16:11-12)

a.      By boat

b.      By foot

c.      By God’s Power


14.  Where did the travelers stop on their way from Troas to Philippi? (16:11-12)

a.      Neapolis, and the next day on to Samothrace

b.      Samothrace, and the next week on to Neapolis

c.      Samothrace, and the next day on to Neapolis


15.  How did Luke describe Philippi? (16:12)

a.      Roman colony and the leading city

b.      Greek outpost and leading city

c.      Crete outpost and leading city


16.  Where did Paul and his friends go to pray on the Sabbath? (16:13)

a.      The Synagogue

b.      To the river

c.      To the church


17.  Who did Paul speak to by the river bank? (16:13)

a.      Women

b.      Gentiles

c.      Slaves


18.  Who was Lydia? (16:14)

a.      Dealer in purple cloth

b.      From the city of Thyatira

c.      A worshiper of God


19.  What did God open? (16:14)

a.      Her Heart

b.      A door of opportunity

c.      A gate to the city


20.  Lydia and the members of her household were          ? (16:15)

a.      persecuted

b.      baptized

c.      fearful


21.  What did Lydia ask Paul and his group to do? (16:15)

a.      Pray for her

b.      Preach some more

c.      Stay at her house


22.  What did the slave girl have? (16:16)

a.      A spirit

b.      A evil spirit

c.      A legion of spirits


23.  For whom did the slave girl earn a great deal of money? (16:16)

a.      Her parents

b.      Her owners

c.      Herself


24.  How did the slave girl earn money/ (16:16)

a.      Casting spells

b.      fortune-telling

c.      dancing


25.  What did the demon-possessed girl shout? (16:17-18)

a.      These men are servants of the Most High God

b.      These men are servants of Satan

c.      These men are servants of Zeus


26.  How did Paul gain victory over the slave girl's demonic condition? (16:18)

a.      Laid hands on her

b.      Commanded her to stop speaking

c.      Commanded the spirit to come out of her


27.  Why were the owners of the slave girl angry with Paul and Silas? (16:19)

a.      The girl died

b.      Their hope of making money was gone

c.      The crowds burned their fortune-telling books


28.  What did the girl's owners do with Paul and Silas? Why? (16:19-20)

a.      Took him to jail

b.      Stoned them

c.      Brought them to the magistrates


29.  What did the girl’s owners accuse Paul of doing? 16:20)

a.      throwing our city into an uproar

b.      throwing our temple into an uproar

c.      throwing our district into an uproar



30.  What did the girl’s owners  say Paul and Silas advocated? (16:21)

a.      Unlawful customs

b.      Lawful customs

c.      Questionable customs


31.  Who was stripped? (16:22)

a.      The Magistrate

b.      Paul and Silas

c.      The slave girl


32.  What was the jailer commanded to do? (16:23)

a.      Flog them severely

b.      Clean their wounds

c.      guard them carefully


33.   What did the jailer fasten? (16:24)

a.      the cell door

b.      their feet

c.      the outer door


34.  What were Paul and Silas doing at midnight? (16:25)

a.      Singing and praying

b.      Sleeping soundly

c.      Witnessing to the prisoners


35.  What did the violent earthquake shake? (16:26)

a.      The prison’s windows

b.      The prison’s foundation

c.      The prison’s doors


36.  Why was the jailer about to kill himself? (16:27)

a.      he thought the prisoners had escaped

b.      he thought the prisoners had died

c.      he thought the prisoners had killed a guard


37.  The jailer called for lights and fell trembling before  ? (16:29)

a.      The Lord’s angel

b.      Paul and Silas

c.      The magistrate


38.  After the jailer brought Paul and Silas out of jail, what did he ask? (16:31)

a.      What God did this?

b.      What word to you bring?

c.      What must I do to be saved?


39.  What did Paul and Silas tell the jailer to do to be saved? (16:31)

a.      Believe in the Lord Jesus

b.      Repent and be baptized

c.      Confess your sin, calling on the Lord


40.  What did the jailer do for them? (16:33)

a.      washed their wounds

b.      gave them clothing

c.      set them free


41.  After washed their wounds, what did the jailer and his household do? (16:33)

a.      Began to praise God

b.      Asked the magistrate to free them

c.      Were baptized


42.  The jailer was filled with  ? (16:34)

a.      Fear

b.      Joy

c.      Anxiety


43.  On the next day, what order did the magistrate give? (16:35)

a.      “Release those men.”

b.      “Beat those men.”

c.      “Question those men.”


44.  What did Paul say that caused the magistrates to be alarmed? (16:38)

a.      That he was not leaving

b.      That he was reporting the magistrate

c.      That he as a Roman citizen


45.  After Paul and Silas came out of the prison, where did they go? (16:40)

a.      Lydia’s house

b.      Derbe

c.      The river bank



Chapter 17


17:1-When they had passed through Amphipolis and Appollonia, they came to a Jewish synagogue in what town?

a. Gennerasset              b. Thessalonica            c. Jerusalem            d. Galilee


17:2- Paul’s custom was to go into the synagogue and reason with them from the scriptures for how many days?

a. 1                              b. 2                  c. 3                  d. 4


17:3-Paul explained that Christ had to suffer and rise from the dead. He said, “This Jesus I am proclaiming to you is the _____________.”

a. Messiah                    b. Son of God             c. Chosen One                 d. Christ


17:4-Some of the Jews joined Paul and Silas, as did a large number of God-fearing _______ and not a few prominent women.

a. Greeks                     b. Gentiles                        c. Pharisees                      d. both a and b


17:5-But the Jews were jealous and formed a mob and started a riot and went to whose house to find Paul and Silas?

a. Jason’s                     b. Phoebe’s                      c. Lydia’s             d. Peter’s


17:6-But when they didn’t find them, they dragged some brothers before whom?

a. Pharisees                  b. Jewish leaders            c. Festus              d. the city officials


17:7-They said, “They are defying Caesar’s decrees, saying that there is another king, one called what?

a. The Christ                 b. The Messiah            c. The Chosen One            d. Jesus


17:8-When they heard this, the crowd and the city officials were thrown into what?

a. hysteria                     b. turmoil              c. a terrible mess            d. a and b


17:9-What did they do with Jason and the others? They made them _________ and let them go.

a. be whipped               b. pay a fine                c. post bond                d. serve a short sentence


17:10-When it was night, the brothers sent Paula and Silas to __________.

a. Berea                       b. Jerusalem                     c. Apollonia                      d. Thessalonica


17:11- The Bereans were of ___________ character because they received the message with great eagerness.

a. good                         b. noble                c. a only                  d. a and b


17:12- Many of the ___________ believed as did many Greek men and women.

a. Pharisees                  b. Gentiles                        c. Jews                         d. b and c


17:13-When the Jews in Thessalonica learned that Paul was preaching the word of God at Berea, they went there to _____________.

a. agitate the crowds b. help them                 c. learn more                d. kill them


17:14-Paul was sent to the coast, but Silas and ___________ stayed at Berea.

a. Thessalonica            b. Jerusalem                     c. Berea               d. none of these


17:15- The men then took Paul to _____________ and wanted the others to join them as soon as possible.

a. Berea                       b. Jerusalem                     c. Athens             d. Galilee


17:16- While Paul was in Athens, he was distressed to see the city full of what?

a. idols                         b. prostitutes                     c. a only                  d. a and b   


17:17- He reasoned with the Jews and the God-fearing Greeks in the synagogues and where else?

a. in their homes  b. in the town square                  c. in the market place                 d. none of these


17:18- There was a group of Epicurean philosophers disputing with him; what other group of philosophers were also disputing with him?

a. Jewish                      b. Greek               c. Stoic                         d. none of these


17:19- They took him to a meeting of the __________ where they asked him about the new teaching he was presenting.

a. Areopagus                b. council              c. Jewish leaders            d. none of these


17:20-They said, “ You are bringing some strange ideas to ________ and we want to know what they mean.”

a. us                             b. our attention            c. our thoughts                        d. our ears


17:21- All the Athenians and the foreigners who lived there spent their time doing what?

a. talking about what they had heard                b. listening to what they had heard

c. teaching others                                       d. a and b


17:22- Paul said, “ Men of Athens! I see that in every way you are _______.”

a. intelligent                   b. wise in God’s eyes     c. religious                    d. very religious


17:23- Paul said, “As I walked around and looked carefully, I even found an altar to…” what?

a. an unknown god      b. a sun god                  c. a moon god                     d. a god of creation


17:24- The God who made the world and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth and doesn’t live in what?

a. man-made temples b. temples built with hands            c. earthly temples            d. heavenly temples


17:25- God is served by human hands as if He needed anything, because He gives all men_______, breath and everything else.

a. body                         b. soul                          c. life                            d. b and c


17:26- From one _____ did God make every nation of men.

a. person                      b. soul                          c. human              d. man


17:27- God did this so that men would seek Him and perhaps reach out for Him and what?

a. find Him                    b. seek Him                  c. seek His ways            d. none of the above


17:28- Some of your own poets have said, “ We are His _____.”

a. children                     b. offspring                       c. people              d. a and b


17:29- We should not think that the divine being (God) is like gold or silver or what?

a. bronze                      b. diamonds                      c. stone                        d. rock


17:30- In the past, God overlooked such ignorance, but now He commands all people everywhere to do what?

a. repent                       b. turn from their ways            c. learn             d. change


17:31- For He has set a day when He will judge the world with justice by the man He has appointed. He has given proof to this day by doing what?

a. making Him a sacrifice            b. speaking it                    c. raising Him from the dead

d. all of these


17:32- When they heard about the resurrection of the dead, some of them did what?

a. laughed                     b. joked               c. sneered                        d. ridiculed them


17:33- When they sneered at Paul, he left ______.

a. the Council               b. that place                c. them there                 d. went away from there


17:34- A few men became followers of Paul and believed. Among them was _____, a member of the Areopagus, a woman named Damaris, and a number of others.

a. Aquilla                      b. Pontus              c. Apollo              d. Dionysius


Chapter 18


18:1- After this, Paul left Athens and went where?

a. Thessalonica            b. Corinth             c. Berea               d. Jerusalem


18:2-Paul met Aquila and his wife, Priscilla here because Claudius had ordered the Jews to leave_____.

a. Rome                       b. Berea               c. Thessalonica            d. Jerusalem


18:3- Aquila and Priscilla were _____, as was Paul, so he stayed with them.

a. lawyers                     b. fishermen                      c. tentmakers                    d. none of the above


18:4- Every Sabbath, he reasoned in the synagogue, trying to persuade the Jews and who else?

a. Gentiles                    b. Greeks             c. anyone             d. all of these


18:5- When Silas and timothy came from Macedonia, Paul devoted himself exclusively to what?

a. teaching                    b. preaching                      c. reasoning                      d. questioning and answering


18:6- But when the Jews opposed Paul and became abusive, he shook out his clothes and said, “Your _____ be on your own heads. I will go to the Gentiles.”

a. souls             b. lives                          c. destinies                       d. blood


18:7- Paul left the synagogue and went next door to whose house?

a. Titius Justus              b. Aquila & Priscilla c. Silas & Timothy            d. none of these


18:8- What was the name of the synagogue ruler who, with his entire household believed?

a. Titius Justus              b. Gallio               c. Crispus             d. Peter


18:9- One night the Lord spoke to Paul in a vision, “Do not be afraid; keep on speaking, do not _____.”

a. give up                      b. stop                          c. quit                           d. be silent


18:10- God said to Paul, “For I am with you, and no one is going to attack and _____ you, because I have many people in this city.”

a. kill                            b. hurt                          c. harm                         d. destroy


18:11- How long did Paul stay in Corinth?

a. 1 year                       b. 1 ½ years                c. 2 years                d. 2 ½ years


18:12- Who was proconsul of Achaia when the Jews made a united attack on Paul and brought him into court?

a. Titius                        b. Crispus             c. Gallio               d. Claudius


18:13- They said Paul was persuading people to worship God in ways contrary to what?

a. the law                      b. their ways                c. the customs                        d. what the Pharisees taught


18:14- Gallio said, “If you Jews were making a complaint about some _____ or serious crime, (against Paul) it would be reasonable for me to listen to you.”

a. misdemeanor            b. law                           c. injustice                        d. a and b


18:15- Gallio said, “Since this involves questions about words and names in your own law-settle the _____ yourselves.”

a. dispute                      b. situation                        c. matter               d. none of these


18:16- So Gallio had them _____ from the court.

a. removed                   b. sent away                c. taken                        d. ejected


18:17- They (the Jews) turned on _____, the synagogue ruler, and beat him in front of the court.

a. Titius                        b. Crispus             c. Gallio               d. Sosthenes


18:18- When Paul sailed for Syria, who accompanied him?

a. Aquila                       b. Priscilla             c. Silas                         d. a and b


18:19- When Paul reached _______, he went into the synagogue and reasoned with the Jews.

a. Syria b. Ephesus            c. Berea   d. Galilee


18:20- When they asked him to spend more time with them, he did what?

a. said he’d return   b. stayed  c. said no        d. declined


18:21- He said,” I will come back if ____.”

a. it’s God’s will       b. I have time            c. I have opportunity            d. I am able


18:22- When he landed at Caesarea, he went and greeted the church and then went down to where?

a. Rome            b. Galilee  c. Antioch            d. Corinth


18:23- He went throughout the region of Galatia and Phrygia, strengthening all the ____.

a. people            b. Christians            c. disciples            d. believers


18:24- A Jew named _______, came to Ephesus. He was a learned man with a thorough knowledge of the scriptures.




18:25- Apollos spoke with great ____ and taught about Jesus accurately, although he knew only the baptism of John.

a. excitement                b. strength            c. fervor   d. knowledge


18:26- He began to speak boldly in the synagogue, and Aquila and Priscilla invited him to their home to explain to him true way of God more _________.                

a. correctly            b. clearly  c. truly              d. adequately


18:27- When Appalls wanted to go to _________, the brothers encouraged him.

a. Rome            b. Jerusalem            c. Ache            d. Athens


18:28- He refuted the Jews in public debate, proving from the scriptures that Jesus was the _______.

a. Christ            b. Son of God             c. Messiah                        d. Chosen one



Acts Chapter 19


Acts19:1:  Who was at Corinth when Paul took the road through the interior and arrived at Ephesus?

A:  Barnabus

B:  Peter

C:  Apollos

D:  Aquila and Priscilla


 Acts 19:2:  What was the response of the disciples, who Paul found in Ephesus, when he asked them, “Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you believed?”

A:  No, we have not even heard that there is a Holy Spirit.

B:  Yes, we were baptized in order to receive the Holy Spirit

C:  No, we believe only the 12 will receive the Holy Spirit

D:  Yes, we were baptized with the baptism of the Holy Spirit


Acts 19:3:  When Paul asked these disciples, “Then what baptism did you receive?”,  they responded:

A:  Jesus” baptism

B:  John’s baptism

C:  Baptism with fire

D:  Baptism with water


Acts 19:4:  Paul states that John’s baptism is a baptism of:

A:  water

B:  fire

C:  repentance

D:  confession


Acts 19:5:  After Paul tells the people to believe in one coming after him, that is, in Jesus the people were:

A:  shocked at this teaching

B:  angry and asked him leave

C:  encouraged Paul to speak more about this Jesus

D:  baptized into the name of the Lord Jesus


Acts 19:6:  When Paul places his hands on these disciples and the Holy Spirit comes upon them what were they able to do?

A:  speak in tongues and prophesy

B:  prophesy and heal

C:  heal and speak in tongues

D:  speak in tongues, heal and prophesy


Acts 19:7:  These disciples included:

A:  12 men and women

B:   about 12 men

C:  12 men and unknown number of women

D:  about 12 women


Acts 19:8:  Paul entered the synagogue and spoke boldly and argued persuasively about the kingdom of God.  How long did he stay?

A:  3 days

B:  3 weeks

C:  3 months

D:  3 years


Acts 19:9:  Some of those in the synagogue:

A:  became obstinate

B:  refused to believe

C:  publicly maligned the Way

D:  All of the above


Acts 19:9:  Because of this, Paul left them and took the disciples with him and had discussions daily in:

A:  the home of Apollos

B:  the hillside

C:  the lecture hall of Tyrannus

D:  the valley of Lycus


Acts 19:10:  This went on for two years, and the word of the Lord was heard by:

A:  all the Ephesians in the Valleys of Lycus and Meander

B:  all the households around Ephesus

C:  all the Jews in Asia

D:  all the Jews and Greeks who lived in the province of Asia


Acts 19:11:  God  __________________________ through Paul.

A:  prophesied

B:  did extraordinary miracles

C:  healed the multitudes

D:  all of the above


Acts 19:12:  Because, God did extraordinary miracles through Paul, illnesses were cured and evil spirits left the sick who touched his

A:  robe and tunic

B:  handkerchiefs and tunics

C:  robe and aprons

D:  aprons and handkerchiefs


Acts 19:13:  Some Jews who went around driving out evil spirits tried to invoke the name of the Lord Jesus over those who were:

A:  demon possessed

B:  dumb and blind

C:  lame

D:  covered with leprosy


Acts 19:13:  They would say , In the name of Jesus , whom _______ preaches I command you to come out.”

A:  Peter

B:  Apollos

C:  Paul

D:  Barnabus


Acts 19:14:  Seven sons of a Jewish priest were doing this.  What was the priest’s name?

A:  Tyrannus

B:  Sceva

C:  Erastus

D:  Demetrius


Acts19:15:  Who did the evil spirit say he knew?

A:  Peter and John

B:  Jesus and Peter

C:  Jesus and Paul

D:  Paul and Peter


Acts 19:16:  This man who had the evil spirit jumped on them and overpowered them all.  He gave them all such a beating, that they ran out of the house__________________.

A:  scared and weeping

B:  naked and bleeding

C:  scared and bleeding

D:  naked and weeping


Acts 19:17:  When this became known to the Jews and Greeks who lived in Ephesus, they were all seized with fear and this name was held in high honor:

A:  Lord Jesus 

B:  Paul

C:  Sceva the priest

D:  Holy Spirit


Acts 19:18:  Many of those who believed came and confessed:

A:  their past sins

B:  their evil desires

C:  their lusts of the flesh

D:  their evil deeds


Acts 19:19:  A number who had practiced ________ brought their scrolls together and burned them publicly.

A:  false teaching

B:  sorcery

C:  blasphemy

D:  idol worship


Acts 19:19:  When they calculated the value of the scrolls, the total came to:

A: fifty thousand drachma

B: fifty thousand denari

C: five thousand drachma

D: five thousand denari


Acts 19:20:  Because of these events, what spread widely and grew in power?

A:  fear of evil spirits

B:  baptism of the Holy Spirit

C:  the word of the Lord

D:  baptism of fire


Acts 19: 21:  After all of this had happened, Paul decided to go to __________________ passing through Macedonia and Achaia>

A:  Jerusalem

B:  Corinth

C:  Rome

D:  Galatia


Acts 19:21:  “After I have been there”, he said, ”I must visit _________also.”

A:  Jerusalem

B:  Corinth

C:  Rome

D:  Galatia


Acts 19:22:  Which two helpers did Paul send to Macedonia while he stayed in the province of Asia a little longer?

A:  John Mark and Barnabus

B:  Timothy and Erastus

C:  John Mark and Timothy

D:  Barnabus and Erastus


Acts 19:23:  About that time there arose a great disturbance about:

A:  John’s baptism

B:  Jesus’ baptism

C:  the Way

D:  Paul’s miracles


Acts 19:24:  Who was the silversmith who made silver shrines of Artemis and brought in no little business for the craftsmen:

A:  Demetrius

B:  Apollos

C:  Sceva

D:  Erastus


Acts 19:25:  Who did Demetrius call together and say” Men, you know we receive a good income from this business”, to:

A:  the Jews

B:  the Greeks

C:  the sorcerers and magicians

D:  the craftsmen and workmen in related tribes


Acts 19:26:Who did Demetrius say that “ you see and hear how this fellow has convinced and led astray large numbers of people here in Ephesus and in practically the whole province of Asia.  He says that man-made gods are no gods at all.”, about:

A:  Timothy

B:  Paul

C:  Barnabas

D:  Erastus


Acts 19:27:  There is danger not only that our trade will lose its good name, but also that the temple of the great goddess ______________ will be discredited , and the goddess herself, who is worshipped throughout the province of Asia and the world, will be robbed of her divine majesty.

A:  Diana

B:  Baal

C:  Artemis

D:  Isis


Acts 19:28:  What did the craftsmen and workmen say when they heard this?

A:  great is the King of the Jews

B:  great is the craftsman, Demetrius

C:   great is the apostle Paul

D:  great is Artemis of the Ephesians


Acts 19:29:  When the whole city was in an uproar, who did they seize and rush as one man into the theater with:

A: Gaius, Aristarchus and Paul’s traveling companions from Macedonia

B:  Timothy, Erastus and Paul’s traveling companions from Rome

C:  Apollos, Barnabas and Paul’s traveling companions from Jerusalem

D:  Timothy and Barnabas and Paul’s traveling companions from Corinth


Acts 19:30:  Who would the disciples not allow to appear before the crowd:

A:  Peter

B:  John Mark

C:  Paul

D:  Timothy


Acts 19:31:  Who sent Paul a message to beg him not to venture into the theatre?

A:  Apollos

B:  the officials of the province

C:  the Pharisees

D:  the seven sons of Sceva


Acts 19:32:  The assembly was in confusion:  Some were shouting one thing, some another.  Who did not even know why they were there?

A:  the officials of the province

B:  the seven sons of Sceva

C:  most of the people

D:  Paul’s traveling companions from Macedonia


Acts 19:33:  The Jews pushed ________________ to the front, and some of the crowd shouted instructions to him.  He motioned for silence in order to make a defense before the people.

A:  Alexander

B:  Gaius

C:  Timothy

D:  the city clerk

Acts 19:34:  What did the crowd realize Alexander was when they all shouted in unison for about two hours:” Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!”

A:  a Roman citizen

B:  John’s disciple

C:  a Pharisee

D:  a Jew


Acts 19: 35:  Who quieted the crowd and said” Men of Ephesus, doesn’t all the world know that the city of Ephesus is the guardian of the temple of the great Artemis and her image, which fell form heaven?”

A:  the officials of the province

B:  the city clerk

C:  the officer of the assembly

D:  the priest of the temple


Acts 19:36:  What did the city clerk tell the crowd they should do since these facts were undeniable? 

A:  be quiet and not do anything rash 

B:  be quiet and listen to Alexander

C:  bow and worship the goddess Artemis

D:  shout to the Lord for he is good


Acts 19:37:  What did the city clerk tell the crowds that these men had not done?

A:  they had not worshipped Artemis or paid tithes

B:  they had not robbed temples or destroyed idols

C:  they had not blasphemed our goddess or prophesied doom

D:  they had not robbed temples or blasphemed our goddess


Acts 19:38:  Who did the city clerk say was open if Demitrius and his fellow craftsmen   had a grievance against anybody?

A:  the Sanhedrin

B:  the courts and proconsuls

C:  The Sanhedrin and the proconsuls

D:  The courts and the Sanhedrin


Acts 19:39:  Where did the city clerk say anything further they wanted to bring up must be settled? 

A:  the Sanhedrin

B:  the legal assembly

C:  the temple

D:  the courts


Acts 19:40:  What did the city court tell the crowd they could be charged with because of today’s events?

A:  disturbing the peace

B:  assault

C:  rioting

D:  nothing


Acts:  19: 40:  Why would the crowd not be able to account for the commotion?

A:  because they were Greek

B:  because Artemis wasn’t blasphemed

C:  because the temples weren’t robbed

D:  because there was no reason for it


Acts 19:41:  What did the city clerk do after he had said all of this?

A:  he bowed and worshipped Artemis

B:  he returned home

C: he dismissed the assembly

D:  he praised the crowd for their devotion


Acts Chapter 20


Acts 20:1:  When the uproar in Acts chapter 19 ended, Paul sent for his disciples, encouraged them, said good-bye and set out for what place?

  1. Corinth
  2. Macedonia
  3. Rome
  4. Jerusalem


Acts 20:2:  He traveled through that area, speaking many word of encouragement to the people and finally arrived in ________________ ?

  1. Macedonia
  2. Rome
  3. Greece
  4. Jerusalem


Acts 20:3:  How many months did Paul stay in Greece, because the Jews made a plot against him just as he was about to sail for Syria?

  1. Three
  2. Two
  3. Six
  4. Four


Acts 20:3:  Where did Paul decide to travel back through?

  1. Rome
  2. Greece
  3. Macedonia
  4. Jerusalem


Acts 20:4 and 5:  Where did Sopater, son of Pyrrhus from Berea; Artistarchus and Secundus from Thessalonica; Gaius from Derbe; Timothy, also and Tychicus and Trophimus from the province of Asia wait for them up ahead?

  1. Sardis
  2. Smyrna
  3. Thyatira
  4. Troas


Acts 20:6:  But we sailed from Philippi after __________ and five days later joined the others in Troas, where we stayed for seven days.

  1. Pentecost
  2. The Feast of Unleavened Bread
  3. Passover
  4. All of the above


Acts 20:7:  On the first day of the week when they came together to break bread, Paul spoke to the people because he intended to leave the next day. How long did Paul speak?

  1. Until midnight
  2. Until dawn
  3. Until dusk
  4. Until he could speak no longer


Acts 20:8:  What were there many of in the upstairs room, where they were meeting?

  1. People
  2. Women
  3. Lamps
  4. Baskets


Acts 20:9:  Who was seated in a window, sinking deep in sleep as Paul talked on and on?

  1. A young man named Timothy
  2. A young man named Tychicus
  3. A young man named Eutychus
  4. A young man named Aristarchus


Acts 20:9:  When Eutychus was sound asleep and fell to the ground and was picked up dead, from where had he fallen?

  1. From the second story
  2. From high above the ground
  3. From the third story
  4. From the highest level of the house


Acts 20:10:  What did Paul say when he went down and threw himself on the young man and put his arms around him?

  1. Don’t take him away. He’s alive!
  2. Don’t be alarmed. He’s alive!
  3. Take him away. He is dead!
  4. Don’t be alarmed. Run quickly and find his mother!


Acts 20:11:  Then he went upstairs and broke bread and ate. After talking until ___________, he left.

  1. daylight
  2. midnight
  3. dawn
  4. dust


Acts 20:12:  How did the people feel when they took the young man home alive?

  1. They were in awe of Paul.
  2. They were greatly comforted.
  3. They were confused about what they had seen.
  4. They were afraid of the power they had witnessed.


Acts 20:13:  Where did they sail for when they went on ahead to the ship?

  1. Troas
  2. Sardis
  3. Assos
  4. Syria


Acts 20:13:  Why did Paul make this arrangement to get on board ship at Assos?

  1. Because he was going there on foot.
  2. Because he was trying to avoid the Pharisees.
  3. Because he wanted to visit family.
  4. Because he needed to pick up Timothy on the way.


Acts 20:14:  When Paul met them at Assos and they had taken him on board, where did they go?

  1. Macedonia
  2. Thyatira
  3. Sardis
  4. Mitylene


Acts 20:15:  The next day we set sail from there and arrived off ____________. The day after that we crossed over to _______________ and on the following day arrived at ___________.

  1. Sardis, Smyrna, Thyatira
  2. Sardis, Thyatira, Kios
  3. Smyrna, Samos, Miletus
  4. Kios, Samos, Miletus


Acts 20:16:  Why did Paul decide to sail past Ephesus to avoid spending time in the province of Asia?

  1. He was in a hurry to reach Jerusalem, if possible, by the day of Pentecost.
  2. He was in a hurry to reach Jerusalem, if possible, by the Feast of Unleaved Bread.
  3. He was in a hurry to reach Jerusalem, if possible, by Passover.
  4. He was in a hurry to reach Jerusalem, if possible, by Easter.


Acts 20:17:  Who did Paul send for, from Melitus?

  1. The elders of the church
  2. Timothy and Barnabas
  3. John Mark
  4. The city leaders


Acts 20:18:  What did Paul tell the elders they knew about him?

  1. That he had had a vision on the road to Damascus.
  2. That he had healed the sick.
  3. That they knew how he had lived from the first day he came into the province of Asia.
  4. That he had appointed elders in Ephesus.


Acts 20:19:  How did Paul say he had served the Lord, even though he was severely tested by the plots of the Jews?


  1. With awe and great humility.
  2. With great humility and tears.
  3. With awe and tears.
  4. With fear and trembling.


Acts 20:20:  Paul says that he has not hesitated to preach anything that would be helpful to them but had taught them, from house to house, how?

  1. Openly
  2. Privately
  3. Publicly
  4. Fervently


Acts 20:21:  Paul declared to whom that they must turn to God and have faith in our Lord Jesus?

  1. Both male and female
  2. Both slave and free
  3. Both adult and child
  4. Both Jew and Greek


Acts 20:22:  Who did Paul say compelled him to go to Jerusalem not knowing what would happen to him there?

  1. Peter
  2. The disciples
  3. The Spirit
  4. God


Acts 20:23:  Because the Holy Spirit has warned him, what does Paul know will face him in every city?

  1. An angry multitude
  2. Jews and Greeks
  3. Prison and hardships
  4. Mocking and flogging


Acts 20:24:  However, I consider my life worth nothing to me - If only I may finish the ____________ and complete the _________ the Lord Jesus has given me – the ________ of testifying to the gospel of God’s grace.

  1. Race, task, task
  2. Work, task, task
  3. Race, work, work
  4. Race, task, work


Acts 20:25:  Paul says that he knows he will never again see any of those who he has preached this to?

  1. The kingdom
  2. The church
  3. The Gospel
  4. The Lord


Acts 20:26:  What does Paul declare he is innocent of?

  1. The blood of Christ
  2. The blood of Jews
  3. The blood of Gentiles
  4. The blood of all men


Acts 20:27:  What has Paul not hesitated to proclaim to them?

  1. The Gospel
  2. The whole will of God
  1. The works of the Holy Spirit
  2. The fruits of the Spirit


Acts 20:28:  Who does Paul say the Holy Spirit has made them overseers of?

  1. The church
  2. Yourselves and the flock
  3. Jewish Christians
  4. Gentiles


Acts 20:29 They are to be ___________ of the church of God which he bought with his blood.

  1. Pastors
  2. Elders
  3. Shepherds
  4. Deacons


Acts 20:30:  Who did Paul know would come in after he left and not spare the flock?

  1. A den of lions
  2. Savage wolves
  3. False teachers
  4. A den of thieves


Acts 20:31:  Paul tells them to be on their guard, because for three years he had never stopped warning each of them, night and day, with what?

  1. Love
  2. Zeal
  3. Tears
  4. Letters


Acts 20:32:  Now I commit you to God and to the word of grace, which can build you up and give you _______________ among all those who are sanctified.

  1. Peace
  2. Encouragement
  3. An inheritance
  4. Hope


Acts 20:33:  What does Paul say he has never coveted?

  1. Silver
  2. Gold
  3. Clothing
  4. All of the above


Acts 20:34:  What does Paul say they knew his hands had supplied?

  1. My needs and the needs of my companions
  2. My daily needs
  3. Everything for life and godliness
  4. My daily food


Acts 20:35:  In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus said, “It is better to ___________ than to ______________.”

  1. Live, die
  2. Sow, reap
  3. Give, receive
  4. Grow, shrink


Acts 20:36:  What did Paul do after he had said all of this?

  1. Knelt down with all of them and prayed
  2. Wept and held them to his breast
  3. Walked away sorrowfully
  4. Grew quiet and waited for them to respond


Acts 20:37:  How did they respond to Paul?

  1. Walked away sorrowfully
  2. Wept and held him to their breast
  3. They all wept as they embraced him and kissed him
  4. Knelt down and prayed with him


Acts 20:38:  What grieved them the most?

  1. His statement that they would never see his face again.
  2. His statement that they were responsible for the flock.
  3. His statement that they would be attacked by savage wolves.
  4. His statement that it was better to give than to receive.


Acts 20:38:  Where did they accompany Paul?

  1. To the ship
  2. To the temple
  3. To the center of town
  4. To the market



1.  After Paul’s farewell to the Ephesian Elders in Acts 20, in Acts 21:1 he sailed straight


a.       Phoenicia

b.      Patara

c.       Rhodes

d.      Cos



2.  After leaving Cos, in Acts 21:1, Paul sailed the next day to:

a.       Phoenicia and from there to Patara

b.      Patara and from there to Rhodes

c.       Rhodes and from there to Patera

d.      Cos and from there to Jerusalem



3.  In Acts 21:2, Paul found a ship crossing over to___________ from Patara.

a.       Phoenicia

b.      Jerusalem

c.       Rhodes

d.      Cos



4.  After passing to the south of Cyprus, in Acts 21:3, where did Paul sail?

a.       Syria

b.      Phoenicia

c.       Rhodes

d.      Jerusalem



5.  In Acts 21:3, where did Paul’s ship land to unload their cargo?

a.       Jerusalem

b.      Tyre

c.       Phoenicia

d.      Rhodes



6.  In Acts 21:4 Paul stayed with the disciples’ ________ days.

a.       21

b.      14

c.       7

d.      3



7.  What did the disciples urge Paul in Acts 21:4

a.       not to go to Jerusalem

b.      not to go to Jerusalem until the Passover was over

c.       to stay with them

d.      to heal their sick



8.  In Acts 21:5 who accompanied Paul out of the city?

a.       the disciples

b.      the Jewish leaders

c.       all the believers

d.      the disciples and their wives and children



9.  After leaving Tyre in Acts 21:7, Paul landed at:

a.       Rhodes

b.      Ptolemais

c.       Jerusalem

d.      Phoenicia



10.  In Acts 21:7, Paul stayed with the brothers in Ptolemais ________ days.

a.       14

b.      7

c.       3

d.      1



11.  After leaving Ptolemais in Acts 21:7, Paul reached _____________ the next day.

a.       Caesarea

b.      Rhodes

c.       Jerusalem

d.      Phoenicia



12. While in Caesarea (Acts 21:8), Paul stayed at the house of:

a.       Stephen

b.      Aquilla and Priscilla

c.       Philip the evangelist

d.      Mnason



13.  Philip the evangelist had _________ unmarried daughters who prophesied.

a.       five

b.      four

c.       three

d.      two



14.  After being in Caesarea a number of days (Acts 21:10) a prophet named _______ came down from ____________.

a.       Mnason, Cyprus

b.      Sopater, Berea

c.       Aristarchus, Thessalonica

d.      Agabus, Judea



15.  In Acts 21:11, Agabus took Paul’s belt and tied ________ hands and feet with it.

a.       His own

b.      Paul’s

c.       Barnabus’

d.      Philip’s



16.  In Acts 21:11, Agabus tells Paul “In this way the ______________ will bind the owner of this belt and will hand him over to the Gentiles.”

a.       Phoenicians

b.      Jews of Caesarea

c.       Jews of Jerusalem

d.      Romans



17.In Acts 21:12 the people pleaded with Paul not to go where?

            a. Jerusalem

            b. Phonecia

            c. Persia

d. Damascus



18. In Acts 21:13 Paul answers, “Why are you weeping and _____ __ _____?”

a.       hurting my soul

b.      breaking my heart

c.       making me weep also

d.      annoying me so much?



19. In Acts 21:13, who did Paul say he was ready to die for?

a.       the Lord Jesus

b.      Jesus Christ

c.       Our Lord and Savoir

d.      Jesus of Nazareth


20. In Acts 21:14, when he would not be dissuaded, they gave up and said,

a.       So be it

b.      Whatever

c.       Do as you must

d.      The Lord’s will be done



21. In Acts 21:16, where were the disciples from that accompanied Paul to his lodgings?

a.       Jerusalem

b.      Caesarea

c.       Damascus

d.      Philippi



22. In Acts 21:16, who did Paul stay with and where was he from?

a.       Mnason, from Cyprus

b.      Philip, from Caesarea

c.       Amos, from Judah

d.      Peter, from Galilee



23. When did Paul and his companions go visiting when they got to Jerusalem? (Acts 21:18)

a.       at noon

b.      in one week

c.       the next day

d.      at soon as they arrived



24. Who did Paul and his companions go to see when they got to Jerusalem? (Acts 21:18)

a.       the apostles

b.      James

c.       Peter

d.      Philip



25. In Acts 21:19 Paul reported what God had done among whom?

a.       the Greeks

b.      the Jews

c.       the Romans

d.      the Gentiles



26. In Acts 21:21 James and the elders told Paul that people were saying he was teaching

            the Gentiles to turn away from whom?

a.       Peter

b.      God

c.       Moses

d.      The Law



27. In Acts 21:23, how many men had made a vow?

a.       one

b.      two

c.       three

d.      four


28. In Acts 21:24, what did Paul tell the brothers to do for the Jews who were in trouble?

a.       join in their purification rites and pay their expenses

b.      shave their heads

c.       a and b

d.      none of the above


29. In Acts 21:25, what had Paul written to the Gentiles that they should do?

a.       abstain from food sacrificed to idols, from blood, and from the meat of strangled animals

b.      abstain from sweets of any kind

c.       abstain from sexual immorality

d.      a and c



30. In Acts 21:26, why did Paul go to the temple?

a.       to speak to the people about the resurrection of Jesus

b.      to defend himself to the Sanhedrin

c.       to give notice of the date when the days of purification would end and the offering would be made for each of them

d.      to give notice of the date when he would next be preaching



31. In Acts 21:27, how many days did the purification last?

a.       3

b.      7

c.       12

d.      40 



32. In Acts 21:27, who saw Paul in the temple and stirred up the crowd and seized him?

a.       the Jews from Galilee

b.      the Sanhedrin

c.       some men from Cyrene

d.      the Jews from the province of Asia



33. In Acts 21:28, what did the Jews assume that Paul had done which they thought had defiled the temple?

a.       brought Gentiles into the temple

b.      sacrificed the wrong kind of animal in the temple

c.       brought Greeks into the temple

d.      brought his pets to the temple with him



34. In Acts 21:29, what was the name of the Greek that the Jews had seen in the temple and accused Paul of bringing in?

a.       Trophimus the Ephesian

b.      Mnason from Cyprus

c.       Philip the evangelist

d.      Tychicus from Asia



35. In Acts 21:30, what did the aroused city do to Paul?

a.       stoned him

b.      seized him and dragged him out of the city

c.       threw him into prison

d.      took him to the Sanhedrin



36. In Acts 21:31-32, who, when hearing that the city of Jerusalem was in an uproar, took some soldiers at once ran down to the crowd?

a.       Caesar

b.      Felix

c.       The King of Israel

d.      The commander of the Roman troops



37. In Acts 21:32, what did the rioters do when they saw the commander and his soldiers?

a.       They ran away

b.      They stopped beating Paul

c.       They started beating the commander and the soldiers also

d.      They tried to get the commander and the soldiers to join them



38. In Acts 21:33, after the rioters stopped beating Paul, what did the Roman commander do?

a.       he arrested Paul and ordered him to be bound with two chains

b.      he arrested Paul and ordered him to be bound with three chains

c.       he left

d.      he arrested all of the rioters



39. In Acts 21:33-34, after the commander asked Paul who he was and what he had done, what happened?

a.       Paul told him whom he was and that he had done nothing, and the commander let him go.

b.      Paul said “Whatever happened, it wasn’t me!”

c.       Some people in the crowd shouted one thing and some shouted another until the commander could not get at the truth because of the uproar.

d.      The crowd shouted “Crucify him!”



40. In Acts 21:34-35, when Paul reached the steps of the barracks, what did the soldiers have to do because of the violence of the mob?

a.       give Paul over to them

b.      make a human wall around Paul

c.       shoot into the crowd

d.      carry Paul



41. In Acts 21:37-38, who did the commander think that Paul was?

a.       A Jewish leader who had gone against what the people wanted

b.      An Egyptian who started a revolt and led 4,000 terrorists out into the desert

c.       A Jew who preached the resurrection of Jesus Christ

d.      Jesus of Nazareth



42. In Acts 21:39, who did Paul tell the commander that he was?

a.       An Egyptian who started a revolt and led 4,000 terrorists out into the desert

b.      a Sicilian with a brilliant brain that no man could match

c.       Saul of Tarsus, a citizen of an ordinary city

d.      A Jew from Tarsus in Cilicia, a citizen of no ordinary city



43. In Acts 21:39, what did Paul ask to be able to do?

a.       write a letter to the Ephesians

b.      speak to the crowd

c.       throw rocks at the crowd

d.      pray to his God



44. In Acts 21:40, what language did Paul use when he spoke to the crowd?

a.       Aramic

b.      Greek

c.       French

d.      Egyptian




Acts 22

22:1 “____ & ____, listen now to my defense.”

Sisters and Brothers

Romans and Jews

Brothers and Fathers

Pharisees and Sadducees

22:2 When they heard him speaking to them in ___, they became very quiet.





22:3 “I am a Jew, born in ____ of _____.”

Rome of Italy

Tarsus of Cilicia

Athens of Greece

Nineveh of Assyria


22:3  “Under _____ I was thoroughly trained in the law of our fathers…”


Annas, the high priest




22:4  “I persecuted the followers of this ____ to their death…”

A. Way

B. Jesus

C. Cult

D. Group


22:5 Where did Paul obtain letters from the Council to?





22:5 “About ____ as I came near Damascus, suddenly a bright light from heaven

flashed around me.”


twelve o’ clock

the ninth hour


22:7 “ I fell to the ground and heard a voice say to me, “____, ____, why do you

   ______ me?”

Paul, Paul, why do you hurt me?

Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?

You Evil Man, why do you follow in the ways of the Devil?

Pharisee, Pharisee, why do you blaspheme me?

22:8 “I am _______of _____, whom you are persecuting.”

Jesus of Nazareth

Hope of Israel

Jesus of Galilee

Son of Man

22:9 Who saw the light but did not understand the voice?

Saul’s companions

The soldiers

Other Pharisees

Men following him

22:10 “Get up, and go into ______. There you will be told all that you have been

assigned to do.”


The nearest town


The fishing boat

22:11   What had blinded Saul?

The brilliance of the light

The lightning

The brightness


22:12   Who came to see Paul who was a devout observer of the law and was highly respected by all Jews?





 22: 13   “He stood beside me and said, “____________!”

Repent and go home

Repent and be baptized

Brother Saul, receive your sight

Be a witness to the Gentiles

22: 14  “The God of our fathers has chosen you to know his will and to see the

            _____ ____ and to hear words from his mouth.” Who said this and fill in

            the blank.

Jesus Christ, said by Peter

Righteous One, said by Ananias

Living Savior, said by Ananias

Righteous One, said by Stephen

22: 15 “You will be his ____ to all ______ of what you have seen and heard.”

Witness, men

Messenger, Jews

Witness, Gentiles

Courier, Ceaser

22:16  What did Ananias tell Saul to do?

Get up, be baptized and wash away your sins, calling on his name

Get up, repent, and go back to Jerusalem

Lay down, take a nap, and have some lunch

Get up, praise the Lord, and witness to the Pharisees

22:17  “When I returned to ______ and was praying at the temple, I fell into a trance”

            A. Damascus

            B. Jerusalem

            C. Tarsus

            D. Rome

22:18  What did the Lord say they would not accept?

Paul’s account

B. The Gospel

C. His testimony

D.    The Lord Jesus

  1. 22:19  “Lord,” I replied, ‘these men know that I went from one _____ to another to imprison and beat those who believe in you.”

      A. town

            B. synagogue

            C. house

            D. city

  1. 22:20  Saul said, “ And when the blood of your martyr ____ was shed, I was there giving my approval…”





4.      22:21  The Lord said, “Go; I will send you far away to the ______”

A.     Romans

B.     Greeks

C.     Cretan Jews

D.     Gentiles

5.      22:22  What did the crowd shout after they had heard Paul speak?

       A. “Rid the earth of him! He’s not fit to live!”

       B. “Blaspheme! Blaspheme!

       C. “Crucify! Crucify!

       D. “Kill him! He blasphemes God and disregards the Law of Moses!”

  1. 22:23  “As they were shouting and throwing off their ____ and flinging ____ in the air…”

                   A. hats, rocks

                   B. cloaks, dust

                   C. sandals, stones

                   D. cloaks, rocks

7.      22: 24  Where did the commander order Paul taken and what were they to do to him?”

                   A. prison, beat him

       B. jail, flog him

                         C. barracks, flog him

       D. outside of the city, stone him

  1. 22:25  Paul asked the centurion, “ Is it legal for you to flog a _____ citizen who

      hasn’t even been found guilty?”

A.     Roman

B.     Israelite

C.     Egyptian

D.     Good

  1. 22:26  When the centurion heard this, he went to the ____ and reported it.

                   A. officer

 B. commander

 C. man in charge

             D. king

28. 22:27 The commander went to _____ and asked, “Tell me, are you a Roman citizen?”

A.     Saul

B.     Paul

C.     The centurion

D.     Peter

29.22:28  How was Paul a citizen?

                   A. by birth

 B. by payment

 C. by right

                         D. by law

30.22:29  The commander himself was ______ when he realized that he had put Paul, a Roman citizen, in chains.

                   A. frightened

 B. happy

 C. sick

                          D. alarmed

31. 22:30  Who did the commander order to assemble in order to find out why Paul was

            being accused?

A.     Annas, the high priest

B.     Caiaphas

C.     The chief priests and all the Sanhedrin

D.     The chief priests and the elders of the people


Acts Chapter 23


23:1 - Who looked straight at the Sanhedrin and said, "My brothers, I have fulfilled my duty to God in all good conscience to this day"?

Answer: Paul


23:2 – Who was the high priest that ordered those standing near Paul to strike him on the mouth?

Answer: Ananias


23:3 – Who did Paul call a “whitewashed wall”?

Answer: Ananias or high priest


23:4 - Those who were standing near Paul said, "You dare to _______ God's high priest?"

Answer: insult


23:5 – After insulting Ananias the high priest, Paul quoted this scripture: `Do not speak evil about the _______ of your people.'

Answer: ruler


23:6 – Paul was one of these and a son of one of these.

Answer: Pharisees


23:7,8 - A dispute broke out between the Pharisees and this group/sect because they said that there is no resurrection and that there are neither angels nor spirits.  Who were they?

Answer: Sadducees


23:9 - Some of the teachers of the law who were Pharisees stood up and argued vigorously. "We find nothing wrong with this man," they said.  Who did they think might have spoken to Paul?

Answer: a spirit or angel


23:10 - The dispute between the Pharisees and Sadducees became so violent that this person was afraid Paul would be torn to pieces so he ordered the troops to go down and take Paul away by force and bring Paul into the barracks.  Who was he?

Answer: the commander


23:11 – Who stood near Paul and said, "Take courage! As you have testified about me in Jerusalem, so you must also testify in Rome?"

Answer: the Lord


23:12 - The Jews formed a conspiracy and bound themselves with an oath not to do what two things until they had killed Paul?

Answer: eat or drink


23:13,14 – How many men were involved in the plot to not eat or drink until they had killed Paul?

Answer: more than forty


23:15 - The commander was to bring Paul before the Sanhedrin on what pretext?

Answer: the pretext of wanting more accurate information about his case


23:16 – Who heard of the plot to kill Paul, went into the barracks, and told Paul?

Answer: the son of Paul's sister


23:17,18 – Who took the son of Paul’s sister to deliver a message to the commander?

Answer: one of the centurions


23:19-22 – After hearing the report of the plot to kill Paul, the commander dismissed the young man who delivered the message with what caution?

Answer: "Don't tell anyone that you have reported this to me."


23:23 – Commander Claudius Lysias called two of his centurions and ordered them to get ready a detachment of how many soldiers, horsemen, and spearmen to go to Caesarea at nine?

Answer: two hundred soldiers, seventy horsemen and two hundred spearmen


23:24 - Paul was taken by a detachment of soldiers, horsemen, and spearmen to Caesarea to see which Governor?

Answer: Governor Felix


23:25,26 - Who wrote a letter about Paul to Governor Felix?

Answer: Claudius Lysias


23:27 - Paul was a ________ citizen.

Answer: Roman


23:28 - Claudius Lysias brought Paul before which Jewish council?

Answer: Sanhedrin.


23:29 - The accusation against Paul had to do with questions about Jewish law, but there was no charge against him that deserved death or what?

Answer: imprisonment.


23:30 - When Claudius Lysias was informed of a plot to be carried out against Paul, he sent Paul to Governor Felix at once. Who was ordered to present their case against Paul?

Answer: his accusers


23:31 - The soldiers took Paul with them during the night and brought him as far as what location?

Answer: Antipatris


23:32,33 - While the soldiers returned to the barracks, who arrived in Caesarea, delivered the letter to the governor, and handed Paul over?

Answer: the cavalry


23:34 - Paul was from what province?

Answer: Cilicia


23:35 – Governor Felix ordered that Paul be kept under guard where?

Answer: in Herod's palace


Acts Chapter 24


24:1,2 - Who was the lawyer that brought charges against Paul and presented his case before Felix?

Answer: Tertullus


24:3-5 - After expressing gratitude to Governor Felix, Tertullus accused Paul of being a troublemaker and ringleader of what sect?

Answer: Nazarene


24:6 – Tertullus accused Paul of trying to desecrate what?

Answer: the temple


24:8,9 - Who joined in the accusation and asserted that the things Tertullus said against Paul were true?

Answer: the Jews


24:10,11 - When Paul made his defense before the governor, he said he had gone up to Jerusalem to worship no more than how many days ago?

Answer: twelve


24:12 – Paul’s accusers did not find him arguing with anyone at the temple, or stirring up a crowd in the synagogues or where else?

Answer: in the city


24:13,14 – Paul’s accusers could not prove the charges they were making against him, but Paul admitted that he worshipped God as a follower of the Way and he believed everything that agrees with the Law and that which is written in what?

Answer: the Prophets


24:15 – Paul had the hope of the resurrection of what two types of people?

Answer: the righteous and the wicked


24:16 – Paul always strove to keep what clear before God and man?

Answer: his conscience


24:17 - After an absence of several years, where did Paul come to bring his people gifts for the poor and to present offerings?

Answer: Jerusalem


24:18,19 - Since Paul was ceremonially clean in the temple courts and he was not with a crowd nor was he involved in any disturbance, he felt the ones who ought to be bringing charges against him were Jews from what province?

Answer: Asia


24:20,21 - When Paul had stood before the Sanhedrin, he had shouted that he was on trial concerning what?

Answer: the resurrection of the dead


24:22,23 - He was well acquainted with the Way and ordered the centurion to keep Paul under guard but to give him some freedom and permit Paul’s friends to take care of his needs.  Who was he?

Answer: Felix


24:24 - Who was a Jewess and the wife of Felix?

Answer: Drusilla


24:25,26 - As Paul discoursed on righteousness, self-control and the judgment to come, Felix was afraid and said, "That's enough for now! You may leave. When I find it convenient, I will send for you."  What was Felix hoping that Paul would offer him?

Answer: a bribe


24:27 - Felix was succeeded after two years had passed, but because he wanted to grant a favor to the Jews, he left Paul in prison.  Who succeeded Felix?

Answer: Porcius Festus


Acts Chapter 25


25:1 - Festus went up from Caesarea to Jerusalem how many days after arriving in the province?

Answer: three


25:2,3 - The chief priests and Jewish leaders appeared before Festus, presented the charges against Paul, and urgently requested to have Paul transferred to Jerusalem.  Why did they make this request?

Answer: they were preparing an ambush to kill Paul along the way


25:4,5 – Where was Paul being held when Festus asked some of the Jewish leaders to come with him to press charges against Paul?

Answer: Caesarea


25:6 – About how many days did Festus spend with the Jewish leaders before he went down to Caesarea to convene the court and have Paul brought before him?

Answer: eight or ten days


25:7,8 - When Paul appeared in court before Festus, the Jews who had come down from Jerusalem brought many serious charges against him which they could not prove.  Paul made his defense and said he had done nothing wrong against the law of the Jews or against the temple or against whom?

Answer: Caesar


    AC 25:9 Festus asked Paul, "Are you willing to go up to Jerusalem and stand trial before me there on these charges?"  Why did he ask Paul this?

Answer: he wished to do the Jews a favor


25:10,11 - Paul told Festus that he was standing before Caesar's court and that he had done nothing wrong to the Jews.  Paul also said he did not refuse to die if he was guilty of doing anything deserving death. If the charges brought against Paul by the Jews were not true, no one had the right to hand Paul over to them, so he appealed to whom?

Answer: Caesar


25:12 - After Festus conferred with this group, he declared he would send Paul to Caesar. Which group was it?

Answer: his council


25:13 - A few days after Festus declared he would send Paul to Caesar, who arrived at Caesarea to pay their respects to Festus?

Answer: King Agrippa and Bernice


25:14 - Festus discussed Paul's case with this person and told him, "There is a man here whom Felix left as a prisoner.”  Who was Festus talking to?

Answer: King Agrippa


25:15 - When Festus went to Jerusalem, the chief priests and elders of the Jews brought charges against Paul and asked that he be what?

Answer: condemned


25:16 - Whose custom was it not to hand over any man before he had faced his accusers and had an opportunity to defend himself against their charges?

Answer: Rome’s/Roman


25:17-19 - Festus did not delay Paul’s case and his accusers did not charge him with any of the crimes Festus had expected. Instead, they had some points of dispute with him about their own religion and about a dead man who Paul claimed was alive.  Who was he?

Answer: Jesus


25:20-22 - After Festus ordered Paul held until he could be sent to Caesar, who said, "I would like to hear this man myself?"

Answer: King Agrippa


25:23 - Who were in the audience room with King Agrippa and Bernice when Paul was brought in at the command of Festus?

Answer: the high-ranking officers and the leading men of the city


25:24,25 - Although the whole Jewish community had petitioned Festus about Paul in Jerusalem and Caesarea, Festus found that Paul had done nothing deserving of death.  But, because Paul made his appeal to Caesar, Festus decided to send him to Rome.  What was Caesar’s title?

Answer: Emperor


25:26,27 - Festus had Paul brought before King Agrippa, so that as a result of the investigation he might have something to write.  Festus thought it was unreasonable to send on a prisoner without specifying what?

Answer: the charges against him



Acts Chapter 26


Q         What did Paul do after king Agrippa gave him permission to speak?

A         He motioned with hand and began his defense.


Q         Paul was defending himself against the accusations of whom?

A         The Jews


Q         Paul lived as a __________ according to the strictest sect.

A            Pharisee


Q         Paul was on trial because of his hope in what?

A         The promise that God had made to his fathers.


Q         Paul said he was convinced that he should do all that he could to oppose what?

A         The name of Jesus of Nazareth.


Q         On the authority of the Chief Priests what did Paul do?

A         Put many of the saints in prison and cast a vote against them .


Q         What did Paul try to force the saints to do?

A            Blaspheme God


Q         In his obsession against the saints what did Paul do?

A         He went to foreign cities to persecute them.


Q         On the road to ______ at about noon what did Paul see?

A            Damascus             A light from heaven brighter than the sun.


Q         When Paul saw the light he fell to the ground and what did he hear?

A         A voice saying Saul Saul why do you persecute me.  It is hard for you to kick against the goads.


Q         What language was the voice speaking in?

A            Aramaic


Q         When Paul asked who are you what did the voice say?

A         I am Jesus whom you are persecuting.


Q         Why was Jesus sending Paul to his own people?

A         To open their eyes and turn them from darkness to light and turn them from the power of Satan to God


Q         Why did Jesus want them to turn?

A         So that they may receive forgiveness and be placed among the sanctified.


Q         First to those in Damascus, then Jerusalem and in Judea what did Paul do?

A            Preached that they should repent, turn to God and prove their repentance by deeds


Q         Where did the Jews seize Paul and what did they try to do?

A         In the temple court         they tried to kill him


Q         With Gods help Paul was able to testify to who?

A         The small and great alike.


Q         Paul said that Christ would rise from the dead and proclaim what?

A         Light to his own people and to the gentiles.


Q         Festus interrupted Paul and said what?

A         You are out of your mind your great learning is driving you insane.


Q         What did Paul say to Festus?

A         I am not insane what I am saying is true and reasonable.


Q            According to Paul did Agrippa believe the prophets?

A         yes


Q         What question did Agrippa ask Paul?

A         Do you think in such a short time you can persuade me to be a christian?


Q         What did Paul say in response to King Agrippa’s question?

A         Short or long I pray God that not only but all that are listing will become what I am save these chains.


Q         What conclusion did King Agrippa come to about Paul?

A         He had done nothing that deserved death or prison.


Q         What did Agrippa say to Festus?

A         This man could have been set free if he had not appealed to Caesar


Acts 27

Q         When it was decided that Paul and the other prisoners would sail to Italy he was handed over to________  who belong to the Imperial regiment?

A         Julius


Q         Where was the ship from that Paul sail on to Italy?

A            Adramyttium


Q         Who was on the ship with Paul

A            Aristarchus


Q         The next day they landed in Sidon, why?

A         In kindness to Paul so his friends could provide for his needs.


Q         When they left Sidon they passed to the lee side of Cyprus, why?

A            Because the winds were against them.


Q         When they landed in Myra in Lycia what kind of ship did the centurion find that would take them to Italy?

A         One from Alexandrian.


Q         When they left Myra they encountered head winds and had to stay along the coast until they reached _____  ______ near the town of Lasea?

A         Fair Havens


Q         What did Paul warn the men about?

A         That the voyage would be dangerous and great loss would come to the ship, cargo and lives.


Q         Who did the centurion listen to?

A         The pilot and owner of the ship.


Q         Where did the pilot and owner want to sail too and why?

A         Phoenix a harbor in Crete that faced both southwest and northwest.


Q         What caused them to lift anchor and sail to Crete?

A         A gentle wind.


Q         Before long what swept down on them?

A         A northeaster a wind of hurricane force.


Q         What happen when the northeaster caught them?

A         They were unable to head into the wind so the were driven along.


Q         What did they do to hold the ship together?

A         Passes ropes under the ship.


Q         Fearing they would run aground on the sandbars of Sytris what did they do?

A            Lowered the anchor.


Q         They took such a battering from the storm what did they do?

A         They began to through cargo overboard.


Q         What happen on the third day?

A         They threw the ships tackle over board with their oun hands.


Q         What did not appear for many days that caused them to give up all hope of being saved?

A         The sun and moon.


Q         After the men had gone a long time without food Paul stood up and said what?

A         You should have take my advice and not sailed, keep up your courage you will not be lost only the ship.


Q         How did Paul know that know one would be lost?

A         An angel of the Lord had told him.


Q         Paul said they would all be saved but something else would happen, what was that?

A         The ship would run aground.


Q         On the fourteenth night in the Adriatic Sea what did the sailors sense?

A         That they were approaching land.


Q         When they took the first sounding how deep was the water?

A         120 feet deep


Q         On the second sounding some time later how deep was the water?

A         90 feet


Q         Fearing that they would crash on the rock what did they do?

A            Dropped four anchors from the stern and prayed for daylight.


Q         What did the sailors do in an attempt to escape from the ship?

A            Lowered life boats down pretending to lower anchors from the bow.


Q         What did Paul say to the centurion and soldiers

A         Unless these men stay with the ship you can not be saved?


Q         Before dawn what did Paul urge everybody to do?

A         To eat because they had not eaten in fourteen days.


Q         After Paul had done this he took the bread and did what?

A         He broke it and gave thanks in front of them.


Q         All together how many were on board of the ship?

A         276


Q         After they had eaten what did they through into the sea to lighten the ship?

A         The grain


Q         What did they see when daylight came?

A         A bay with a sandy beach where they thought they could run the ship aground/


Q         What did they do to try to get the ship into the bay?

A         Cut the anchor ropes, untied the ropes that held the rudders and hoisted the fore sail.


Q         What happen to the ship?

A         The bow hit a sandbar and became stuck and the stern was broken by the waves.


Q         When the ship broke apart what were the soldiers going to do with the prisoners?

A         The were going to kill them to prevent them from escaping.


Q         Why did the centurion prevent the soldiers from killing the prisoners?

A         He wanted to spare Paul’s life.


Q         How did everyone reach land safely?

A         Some swam others floated in on pieces of the ship and planks.


Acts 28

Q            According to verse 2 the islanders showed what to Paul?

A         Unusual kindness


Q         Why did the islanders build fires and welcome Paul?

A            Because it was rainingand cold.


Q         As Paul was putting wood on the fire what was driven out by the heat?

A         A viper


Q         When the islanders saw the viper fastened to Paul’s hand what did they think?

A         This man must be a murderer for he has escaped the sea but justice will not allow him to live.


Q         When Paul shook the snake off what happen?

A         He suffered no ill effects.


Q         When Paul did not swell up or fall over dead what did the people say?

A         He was a god


Q         Who welcomed Paul into his home?

A         Publius the chief official


Q         How long did Paul stay in Publius’s home being entertained?

A         Three days


Q            Publius’s father was suffering from what?

A         A fever and dysentery


Q         What did Paul do for the sick man?

A         Laid hands on him and he was healed


Q         What did the rest of the sick people on the island do?

A         They came and were healed.


Q         How many months was it before they put out to sea?

A         Three


Q         What were the two figureheads on the Alexandrian ship?

A         Castor and Pollux


Q         When they reached Puteoli what did the invite them to do?

A         Spend a week with them


Q         When the brothers heard that Paul was coming where did they travel from?

A         The Forum of Appius and the Three Taverns.


Q         What special privilege did Paul get when he got to Rome?

A         He was allowed to live by himself with a guard to watch him.


Q         Three days after Paul got to Rome who did he call together?

A         The leaders of the Jews.


Q         Even thought Paul had not done anything against his people, customs or ancestors what happen to him?

A         He was arrested and handed over to the Romans.


Q         Initially what did the Romans want to do with Paul?

A         To release him.


Q         When the Jews objected to Paul’s release what was he compelled to do?

A         Appeal to Caesar


Q         Had any letters been sent to the Roman Jews from those in Judes?

A         No


q          Why did the Roman Jews want to hear Paul’s views?

A         People everywhere are talking against the sect.


Q         From morning to evening Paul did what?

A         Declare the kingdom of God and convince them about Jesus from the Law of Moses.


Q         Were they convinced?

A         Some were some were not.


Q         Paul said the Holy Spirit spoke the truth when He spoke through what prophet?

A         Isaiah


Q         The Holy Spirit said ‘You would be ever ______ but never _______.

A             Hearing            Understanding


Q         The Holy Spirit said the peopls heart had become _____ and they could hardly ______ with their ears.

A             Callused              Hear


Q         What did the Spirit promise if they would see with their eyes, hear with their ears and understand with their hearts?

A         He would heal them


Q         Paul wanted them to know that Gods salvation has been sent to who?

A         The Gentiles and they will listen


Q         How long did Paul stay in his rented home and welcome those that came to see him?

A         Two years


Q         Boldly Paul did what?

A            Preached to the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ