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Gospel of Mark Bible study course

Portraits of Jesus

A Study of the Gospel of Mark

by Gary Fisher

Gospel of Mark Bible study course

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Jesus Does the Impossible

Lesson #4


*1* What was Jesus doing when the storm arose on the sea? (a) praying, (b) reading Scripture, (c) sleeping, (d) rowing. Answer: .

*2* How did Jesus calm the storm? Answer: He the wind and the sea.

*3* How did the disciples react to this miracle? (a) They ignored it. (b) They were afraid, (c) They were angry. (d) All of the preceding. Answer: .

*4* What measures had been attempted to subdue the demoniac (v4)? a) psychology, b) shackles and chains, c) shock therapy, d) drugs. Answer: .

*5* What name did the demons wear (v9)? Answer: .

*6* Where did the demons say they wanted to go? Answer: They wanted to go into a herd of .

*7* What happened to the swine when the demons entered them? Answer: They ran off a cliff and drowned in the .

*8* What did the townspeople ask Jesus to do? Answer: They asked Jesus to .

*9* What did Jesus tell the demoniac to do after he had been healed? a) Tell no one what had happened, b) Lie about what happened, c) Tell everyone what happened, d) Commit himself to an asylum. Answer: .

*10* How long had the woman had her problem of bleeding? Answer: years.

*11* How had she tried to get well previously? Answer: She had spent all her money on .

*12* When was the woman with the bleeding healed? a) she was not healed; b) when she believed on Jesus; c) when she asked Him to heal her; d) when she touched Jesus' clothes. Answer: .

*13* How did the rest of the multitude find out about Jesus' miracle? Answer: He asked who had Him, and the woman confessed.

*14* Why did people suggest that Jairus not bother Jesus any more? Answer: Because the girl had .

*15* Who was in the room when Jesus raised the daughter (v37,40)? a) Jesus, b) the girl, c) the girl's parents, d) Peter, James, and John, e) all the preceding but no one else. Answer: .

*16* What does the Bible account say that assures us the girl was really alive again? Answer: She arose and .

*17* What had been Jesus' profession before He began His ministry (v3)? Answer: He had been a .

*18* Which of Jesus' family members did the people of Nazareth know (v3)? a) His mother Mary, b) His brothers, c) His sisters, d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*19* How did the people of Jesus' hometown (Nazareth) react to Him? a) They rejected Him, b) They believed in Him, c) They made a hero of Him, d) all of the preceding. Answer: .

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Copyright 1999, Gary Fisher

* These lessons used by permission. Adaptations in the questions have been made by David Pratte with the permission of the author.

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