Friday, 18 May 2018

Saturday,, May 19, 2018 - Acts 28:16-20, 30-31; Jn 21:20-25

Saturday, May 19, 2018 - Acts 28:16-20, 30-31; Jn 21:20-25

  1. For how long did Paul live in Rome at his own expense?

  2. Three years
    Two years
    Two years and six months

  3. How did Paul respond to those who came to him?

  4. He ignored them
    He welcomed them
    He blessed them

  5. To whom did Paul have to appeal because the Jews objected?

  6. The High Priest
    The Emperor
    His conscience

  7. Whom did Peter see when he turned?

  8. James
    The beloved disciple

  9. After how many days in Rome did Paul call the local leaders of the Jews?

  10. Six days
    Three days
    Five days

  11. Why did Paul say he was bound with the chain of imprisonment?

  12. For the sins he committed
    For the sake of the hope of Israel
    For the sins of his forefathers

  13. Where did Paul say he was arrested?

  14. Galilee

  15. What did the Romans want to do after examining Paul?

  16. They wanted to crucify him
    They wanted to release him
    They wanted to scourge him

  17. If all that Jesus said and did had to be written what does the author say would happen?

  18. He would run out of paper
    The world itself could not contain the books that would be written
    It would be unreadable

  19. What is the message of the readings of today?

  20. If we profess to be friends of Jesus we must live for him
    To follow Jesus is not easy but exhilarating
    Once we put our hands to the plough there is no turning back

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