A. for false messiahs and false prophets will appear and produce signs and omens to lead astray.
B. for you do not know when the time will come.
C. for death will befall upon those who are asleep.
A. They will be with their families to eat the Passover meal.
B. It is a holy day; hence, it is illegal to arrest a criminal.
C. There may be a riot among the people.
A. You hypocrites! You pretend to be concerned about the poor, but in truth, you think only of yourselves.
B. The poor you will always have with you, but you will not always have me.
C. Leave her alone. You’re envious because she did what you were supposed to do.
A. in a secluded room near the Mt of Olives
B. in the house of one of his disciples
C. in an upper room
A. the one who dips bread into the bowl with me
B. the one who reclines at the table with me
C. the one who drinks from the same cup with me
A. Tonight, before the cock crows twice, you will deny me three times.
B. Tonight, before the cock crows thrice, you will deny me two times.
C. Tonight, before the cock crows thrice, you will deny me three times.
A. Peter, Andrew, and John
B. Peter, James, and John
C. Peter, James, and Andrew
C. praying with him.
A. Pontius Pilate
B. Herod Antipas
C. the high priest
A. I do not know this man you are talking about.
B. I do not know or understand what you are talking about.
C. I do not know them; I am not one of them.
A. murder during the insurrection
C. convincing the people to rebel against the Roman Empire
A. 3 hours
B. 6 hours
C. 9 hours
A. the soldier who pierced his side
B. the centurion
C. the women who were present
A. They assisted Jesus financially.
B. They were followers of Jesus.
C. They were among the sinners and prostitutes.
A. It was the day before the Sabbath.
B. He wanted Jesus to be buried in the tomb that he owned.
C. Mary Magdalene and the other Mary asked him to bring Jesus to his mother.