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Jesus' Parables Bible Quiz (Hard)

Take this Bible quiz and test your knowledge of the parables Jesus Christ taught.

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1.) Why did Christ use parables when teaching?
To hide the meaning of His teachings from those who wouldn't understand
To make it easier for the uneducated to understand His teachings
To confuse the people that did not believe Him
To make His teachings less boring
Matthew 13:13-16
2.) What is a parable?
A song of worship
A believable story used provide a comparison to an abstract concept
A story that illustrates a point by providing a contrast to reality
A fictitious story with a moral value
3.) In the parable of the good Samaritan, what was Christ trying to teach?
That everyone is our neighbor
That each of us is responsible for our actions
That the priests and the Levites had become corrupted
That the Samaritans were not all evil
Luke 10:30-37
4.) In the parable of the good Samaritan, what was the significance of the one who helped being a Samaritan?
The Samaritans were well known as a group of thieves and robbers
The Samaritans were a class above even the priests
The Jews hated the Samaritans, and would have no business with them
The Romans had carried away the Samaritans, and no one believed they would ever return
John 4:9
5.) In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell on the way side represent?
Those who heard the word and followed it, but shortly afterward fell away
Those that did not have the chance to hear the word
Those that heard the word, and followed it
Those that do not understand the word of God
Matthew 13:3-9,18-23
6.) In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell in the stony places represent?
Those that did not have the chance to hear the word
Those who heard the word and followed it, but shortly afterward fell away
Those who would be trampled down by the difficulties in life
Those that heard the word, but were caught up by the riches of the world
Matthew 13:3-9,18-23
7.) In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell in thorny places represent?
Those who did not want to hear the word
Those whose lives were too busy to hear the word
Those that heard the word, but were caught up by the riches of the world
Those who would be trampled down by the difficulties in life
Matthew 13:3-9,18-23
8.) In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell into good ground represent?
Those that heard the word, and followed it
Those who were distracted by the riches of the world
Those that did not receive the word
Those who heard the word and followed it, but shortly afterward fell away
Matthew 13:3-9,18-23
9.) In the parable of the ten virgins, what was Jesus trying to teach?
That no one can be ready for when He comes
That sharing is not correct
That God does not know us
That all must be ready for when He comes
Matthew 25:1-13
10.) In the parable of the ten virgins, what did the unprepared virgins not bring?
A present for the bridgroom
Lamps
Oil for the lamps
Identification
Matthew 25:1-13