In the parable of the lost sheep, how many sheep were NOT lost?
When the shepherd found the lost sheep, what did he do with it?
- He tied a rope from his waist to the sheep's neck
- He broke its leg so that it would not wander again
- He sacrificed it
- He carried it on his shoulders
How did the shepherd react when he found the sheep?
- He was angry
- He rejoiced
- He was surprised
- He was sorrowful
In the parable of the lost coin, how many coins were NOT lost?
The woman's lost coin was made of:
In the parable of the prodigal son, how did the son obtain his money?
- He worked for it
- He stole it from his brother
- He found it buried in the ground
- He inherited it from his father
How did the son lose his money?
- It was stolen from him
- He wasted it
- His stocks crashed
- He misplaced it
What did the poor son have to eat?
- dry bread
- the grass
- the food meant for the swine
- locusts and honey
Upon the prodigal son's return, how did his father receive him?
- The father quietly chastized him
- The father was angrily cursed at him
- The father joyfully welcomed him
- The father disowned him
What did the father bring for the prodigal son upon his return?
- a piece of bread and a cup of water
- a girdle of sackcloth
- a robe and a ring
- a cap and a tunic
Who was jealous of the prodigal son?
- the prodigal son's brother
- the father's head servant
- the prodigal son's mother
- the prodigal son's father
To whom did Jesus tell these parables?
- to the Sadducees and publicans
- to the Pharisees and scribes
- to the woman taken in adultery
- to His apostles
What can we learn from Jesus' parables of the lost sheep, coin, and son?
- God loves only His children who are faithful to Him
- God loves all of His children and wants them to repent and return to Him
- God will disown all those who wander away from His gospel
- God will destroy those who leave His church