Quiz! Gospel Character Challenge

1. Jesus said to me, “He who has seen Me has seen the Father.”  (Jn. 14:9)

2. Jesus said to me, “The Son of Man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.”  (Lk. 19:10)

3. Jesus told me that I had “no guile.”  (Jn. 1:47)

4. Jesus said it is easier for a camel to pass through a needle’s eye than for a person like me to enter into heaven. (Mk. 10:25)

5. A group of us rebuked those who brought little children to Jesus.  (Mk. 10:13)

6. I am the ruler to whom Jesus said, “My kingdom is not of this world.”  (Jn. 18:36)

7. Peter is my brother.  (Mt. 4:18)

8. Jesus healed my mother in law.  (Mk. 1:30)

9. After Jesus’ arrest I followed Him to the palace of the high priest.  (Jn. 18:15)

10. I was the prisoner released instead of Jesus during Passover. I was a robber.  (Mt. 27:15-21)

11. Some call me “Levi”  but I have another name.  (Mk. 2:14)

12. I went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.  (Mt. 27:57-58)

13. Along with a man from Arimathaea, I helped prepare the body of Jesus for burial.  (Jn. 19:38-39)

14. We are the two “sons of thunder.”  (Mk. 3:17)

15. Jesus healed ten of us who were lepers. I am the only one who returned to thank Him. What’s my nationality?  (Lk. 17:16)

16. I told the soldiers to be content with their wages.  (Lk. 3:14)

18. Jesus said to me, “I am the resurrection and the life.” (Jn. 11:25)

19. I Am the angel who told Zacharias he and Elizabeth would have a son. (Lk. 1:18-19)

20. I was full of devils. When Jesus asked my name, what did I reply?  (Lk. 8:30)

21. We are two Old Testament men who appeared with Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration. (Mk. 9:2)

22. I told Jesus I was willing to go to prison and even to die for Him.  (Lk. 22:33)

23. My daughter danced in front of Herod. (Mk. 6:22)

24. I am one of the 12 disciples. Jesus speaks to me from the cross.  (Jn. 19:26-27)

25. I am a blind beggar who lives near Jericho. I cried out to Jesus, the Son of David, to have mercy on me. (Mk. 10:46)

26. I am a cousin of Jesus’ mother and the mother of John the Baptist.  (Lk. 1:34-36)

27. I am forced to flee to Egypt with my wife and baby son. When we return, we live in Nazareth. (Mt. 2:13)

28. My only son dies. When he is being carried out of the city, Jesus tells me not to weep and raises him from the dead. (Lk. 7:11-15)

29. Jesus asks me for a drink of water.  (Jn. 4:7-9)

30. Jesus cast seven demons out of me.  (Mk. 16:9)

31. I ordered the execution of John the Baptist. (Mk. 6:25-27)

32. I said to Jesus, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.”  (Mt. 16:16)

33. When a woman anoints Jesus’ feet, I protest. (Jn. 12:4-6)

34. I put all the money I have, two mites, into the temple treasury. Jesus watches me do it.  (Lk. 21:1-2)

35. I told Jesus I would give half my goods to feed the poor.  (Lk. 19:8)

36. I opened a precious vial of ointment and anointed the feet of Jesus.  (Jn. 12:3)

37. At first, I did not want Jesus to wash my feet.  (Jn. 13:8)

38. Peter cut off my ear when Jesus was arrested.  (Jn. 18:10)

39. I eat locusts and honey.  (Mt. 3:4)

40. I am sometimes called “Cephas” or “Simon.”  (Jn. 1:42 & Mk. 3:16)

41. I call myself “the disciple whom Jesus loved.” Later in life, I am banished to the island of Patmos.  (Jn. 13:23 & Rev. 1:9)

42. When I saw Jesus, I said, “Behold the Lamb of God.”  (Jn. 1:29)

43. I live in Bethany with my two sisters. Jesus raises me from the dead.  (Jn. 11:43)

44. I come to Jesus secretly at night. He tells me I must be born again.  (Jn. 3:1-3)

45. We are the two disciples who asked Jesus if we could sit beside Him in His kingdom.  (Mk. 10:35-37)

46. I was the first woman to arrive at the empty tomb after Jesus’ resurrection. (Jn. 20:1)

47. I order babies under two years old to be killed.  (Mt. 2:16)

48. I doubt that Jesus is risen from the dead. I say I will have to see His nail prints before I will believe.  (Jn. 20:25-27)

49. We are the three disciples who go up to the Mount of Transfiguration with Jesus.  (Mk. 9:2)

50. Soldiers force me to help Jesus carry His cross. (Mt. 27:32)

51. I am the ruler of a synagogue. Jesus raises my 12-year-old daughter from the dead.  (Mk. 5:22-43)

52. Jesus sees me under a fig tree. I become a disciple.  (Jn. 1:48)

53. I am the high priest who said, “It is expedient that one man should die for the people.”  (Jn. 18:13-14)

54. I am the woman who suffered because of a dream I had about Jesus.  (Mt. 27:19)

55. Jesus referred to me as a “fox.”  (Lk. 13:31-32)

56. I asked Jesus to remember me when He comes into His kingdom.  (Lk. 23:42)

57. I am the 84-year-old prophetess who is the daughter of Phanuel.  (Lk. 2:36-37)

58. I held baby Jesus and called Him “a light to the Gentiles.”  (Lk. 2:25-32)

59. I boasted that I fast twice every week?  (Lk.18:12)

60. I sold everything to buy a very expensive pearl.    (Mt. 13:45-46)

61. I am a sick beggar, laying at a rich man’s gate. (Lk. 16:20)

62. Jesus asked me, “Where are your accusers? Has no man condemned you?”  (Jn. 8:10)

63. We are a group of men Jesus called “serpents and vipers.”  (Mt. 23:29-33)

64. At the crucifixion I said, “Truly this was the Son of God.”  (Mt. 27:54)

65. I came to Jesus’ tomb with two other women, both named Mary, to anoint Jesus’ body.  (Mk. 16:1) 

66.  Jesus told me that I would see the heavens open and angels ascending and descending upon the Son of Man.  (Jn. 1:49-51)

67. Jesus told me to go and wash in the pool of Siloam.  (Jn. 9:1-7)

68. In a parable of Jesus, I am called wicked and slothful. I am cast out into outer darkness.  (Mt. 25:26-30)

69. I begged Jesus to come to Capernaum to heal my son. (Jn. 4:46-49)

70. When Jesus was visiting us, I became irritated because my sister was not helping me with housework. (Lk. 10:40)

71. I was married five times.  (Jn. 4:18)

72. I am named with Joanna as a woman who ministers to Jesus.  (Lk. 8:3)

73. Jesus said to me, “Ephphatha.”  (Mk. 7:32-34)

74. I asked Jesus to show us the Father.  (Jn. 14:8)

75. Jesus told me I would find money in the mouth of a fish.  (Mt. 17:27)

Maxim of the Moment

If you risk nothing, you risk everything. - Geena Davis