In the parable of the Sower, what did the seed that fell among thorns represent?
| Those people who hear God's word but then it's choked out by riches and wealth | Those people who hear God's word and bring forth fruit | Those people who hear God's word but do not understand it | Those people who hear God's word but fall away when tribulations arise |
In the parable of the sower, what happened to the seed that fell by the way side?
| Grew, but withered | Eaten by birds | Washed away | Choked by weeds |
Where was Jesus when he taught the parable of the sower?
| In the temple | On the coast | On a mountain | In a boat |
In the parable of the grain of mustard seed, when it becomes a tree birds come and do what?
| Eat the leaves | Die | Build nests | Roost for the night |
In which gospel would you find... The Parable of the Growing Seed?
| John | Matthew | Mark | Luke |
What did Pharaoh's dream of good and bad ears of wheat represent?
| Seven years of drought | Seven years of famine followed by seven years of plenty | Seven years of war against their enemies | Seven years of plenty followed by seven years of famine |
What did the different metals of the statue represent?
| Kingdoms of the world | Babylonian artifacts | Regions of Babylon | People |
What seed did Manna look like?
| Mustard | Peppercorn | Coriander | Cumin |
In the parable of the cloth and wine, why does no man put new wine into old bottles?
| It will taste bad | It will smell bad | The wine will not age | It will burst the bottles |
In the parable of the lost sheep how does the shepherd bring the found sheep home?
| Follows it home | On his shoulders | In a cart | On a rope |