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Enter your choice of answer on the line _____, either a, b or c.

1. When did God promise His people that He would come and dwell with them on earth? _____

a. He never did.
b. Around 400 B.C.
c. Around 600 B.C.

2. Messiah means... _____

a. "God is with us."
b. "Saviour."
c. The "Anointed."

3. Who identified Jesus as the Messiah? _____

a. Jesus identified Himself as the Messiah.
b. The Samaritan woman identified Jesus.
c. King David identified Jesus as the true Messiah.

4. Which title belongs to Jesus? _____

a. One of the sons of the Most High.
b. The Son of the Most High.
c. The greatest Son of the Most High.

5. Emmanuel means... _____

a. "God is with us."
b. The Messiah is the "Saviour."
c. The "Anointed."

6. When the angel announced to the shepherds the arrival of the Saviour, who was the Saviour? _____

a. The Messiah.
b. King David.
c. One of the shepherds.

7. The human nature of Jesus included... _____

a. Only His physical body.
b. His physical body and the Father.
c. The soul, spirit and body of Jesus.

8. Jesus was a descendant of... _____

a. King Herod.
b. King David.
c. King Moses.

9. Which statement is true? _____

a. Jesus did not die because of His sins since He was sinless.
b. Jesus had to commit sin and die in order to die in our place.
c. In His human nature, Jesus sinned a few times when He was tempted.

10. Which Bible passage(s) speaks of the fullness of God dwelling bodily within Jesus? _____

a. Colossians 1:19.
b. Colossians 2:9.
c. Both "a" and "b."

11. Where in the Holy Bible do you find, "For just as the Father has life in Himself, so He has granted the Son also to have life in Himself."? _____

a. In Genesis 1:5.
b. In John 26:5.
c. In John 5:26.

12. How did the heavenly Father make His indwelling in Jesus? _____

a. In the same way as He does with the saints.
b. The heavenly Father did not dwell within Jesus.
c. In such a way as we may say that the soul of many does in His own body.

13. In which book of the Holy Bible do you read, "Indeed, the Word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing until it divides soul from spirit." _____

a. In Romans.
b. In Hebrews.
c. In 1 Corinthians.

14. What happens during the Sacrament of Baptism? _____

a. Jesus blesses the new converts with a new spirit.
b. Nothing else happens but the Holy Spirit making His dwelling within the new converts.
c. The Heavenly Father takes away the sinful nature from the new converts.

15. Who recognized Jesus as the Son of God? _____

a. The Pharisees.
b. All the Jewish people.
c. The demons.

16. Where is Jesus sitting? _____

a. On the Heavenly Throne.
b. At the right hand of the Father.
c. At the left hand of the Father.

17. Which statement is true? _____

a. Jesus was sent to condemn the world.
b. Jesus was sent so the world may be saved through Him.
c. Both "a" and "b" are true.

18. When will the spiritual Kingdom of God arrive on earth? _____

a. It will never arrive on earth.
b. It will arrive when Jesus returns to reign for a thousand years.
c. It arrived in the days of Jesus.

19. What does the following sentence means? "Blessed is anyone who will eat bread in the Kingdom of God." _____

a. It means that those who participate in the celebration of the Holy Mass and received the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist, they are blessed.
b. It means that the angels and saints who have made it to Heaven are blessed when they eat the bread.
c. It means that only the saints who have made it to Heaven are blessed when they eat the bread.

20. Which statement is true? _____

a. Jesus was the atoning sacrifice for the sins of the chosen ones.
b. Jesus was the atoning sacrifice for our sins.
c. Jesus was the atoning sacrifice for the sins of the Catholics only.

21. Which statement is true? _____

a. Death no longer has dominion over Jesus.
b. Jesus will die once more when He returns to reign for 1,000 years.
c. Both "a" and "b" are wrong.

22. Who is the Head of the Body, the Church? _____

a. The Pope.
b. Each local Bishop.
c. Jesus.

23. Who has the authority to judge? _____

a. The Father has the authority.
b. The Son has the authority.
c. The Holy Spirit has the authority.

24. Which statement is true? _____

a. Jesus is superior to the creations in Heaven.
b. Jesus is superior to the creations on earth.
c. Both "a" and "b" are correct.

25. Which statement is true? _____

a. "For never has God the Father ever called any of His angels His sons."
b. "For God the Father cherishes His angels who are His sons."
c. "God the Father called upon His sons, the archangels."

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