The Parable Of The Lost Sheep

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After reading the parable, "The Lost Sheep", students will demonstrate comprehension by responding to questions about the text.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How many sheep did the shepherd have?

    • A.


    • B.


    • C.


    Correct Answer
    B. 100
    The shepherd had 100 sheep. This is the correct answer because it is the only option given that matches the question. The question asks for the number of sheep the shepherd had, and out of the three options, 100 is the only one that represents a quantity of sheep.

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  • 2. 

    What happened to one of the sheep?

    • A.

      The sheep was hungry.

    • B.

      The sheep fell asleep.

    • C.

      The sheep wandered away.

    Correct Answer
    C. The sheep wandered away.
    Based on the given options, it can be inferred that the sheep wandered away because it was not mentioned that the sheep fell asleep or was hungry. The fact that the sheep wandered away suggests that it moved away from its original location.

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  • 3. 

    How do you think the shepherd felt?

    • A.


    • B.


    • C.


    Correct Answer
    A. Worried
    The shepherd most likely felt worried because being responsible for a flock of sheep can be a challenging task. There are various potential dangers such as predators or the sheep wandering off, which can cause anxiety and concern for the shepherd. Additionally, the shepherd may worry about the well-being and safety of the sheep, especially during harsh weather conditions or when they are vulnerable. Overall, the responsibility and potential risks associated with shepherding can lead to a worried state of mind for the shepherd.

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  • 4. 

    What did the shepherd do?

  • 5. 

    The message of this story is that _____________ is like the shepherd. He will always look for us when we are lost. 

    Correct Answer
    The story's message is that God is like the shepherd who will always look for us when we are lost. This implies that God is caring, compassionate, and concerned about our well-being. Just as a shepherd diligently searches for lost sheep, God actively seeks out those who may feel lost or disconnected, offering guidance, comfort, and support. This analogy highlights the belief that God is always present, watching over us, and ready to provide assistance and guidance when needed.

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