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Bible Trivia Questions: Parables of Jesus

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Try an associated Bible Quiz: Parables of the Lost | Jesus' Parables | Jesus' Parables (Hard)


In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell in thorny places represent? (Matthew 13:3-9,18-23)

  1. Those that heard the word, but were caught up by riches
  2. Those who were too busy
  3. Those who would be trampled down by the difficulties in life
  4. Those who didn't want the word

Correct Answer: a. Those that heard the word, but were caught up by riches

What did the prodigal son have to eat when he lost his money? (Luke 15:16)

  1. locusts and honey
  2. the food meant for the swine
  3. the grass
  4. dry bread

Correct Answer: b. the food meant for the swine

In the parable of the sower, what did the seeds that fell into good ground represent? (Matthew 13:3-9,18-23)

  1. Those that didn't hear the word
  2. Those that heard the word and followed it
  3. Those who were distracted by the riches of the world
  4. Those who heard, followed, but afterward fell away

Correct Answer: b. Those that heard the word and followed it

Upon the prodigal son's return, how did his father receive him? (Luke 15:20)

  1. The father joyfully welcomed him home
  2. The father quietly chastised him
  3. The father disowned him
  4. The father was angrily cursed at him

Correct Answer: a. The father joyfully welcomed him home


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