Week of November 29

November 29: John 8

1) How did Jesus reply to the scribes and Pharisees who wanted to stone the woman caught in adultery (v. 1-11)?

2) What statement made by Jesus made the Jews want to kill him (see v. 58)?

  1. I am the Bread of Life
  2. I am the Light of the World
  3. Before Abraham was, I am
  4. None of the above

November 30: John 9

1) How did Jesus reply to the disciples regarding their questions about the man who was born blind (see v. 1-4)?

2) When interrogated by the Jews, what did the man Jesus healed confess to know (see v. 25)?

  1. Though I was blind, now I see
  2. Though I was a leper, now I am well
  3. Though I was lame, now I walk
  4. None of the above

December 1: John 10

1) In contrast to the life-giving Good Shepherd, what does the thief (Satan) come to do (see v. 10)?

  1. Steal
  2. Kill
  3. Destroy
  4. All of the above

2) What did Jesus say about "my sheep" (see v. 27-29)?

December 2: John 11

1) What did Jesus proclaim in his seventh "I am" statement before performing his seventh sign miracle of raising Lazarus (see v. 17-27)?

2) What event did the High Priest Caiaphas correctly prophesy (see v. 45-53)?

  1. A solar eclipse
  2. The death of Jesus
  3. The destruction of the Temple
  4. None of the above

December 3: John 12

1) What was ironic about the plans of the chief priests regarding Lazarus (see v. 9-11)?

2) How did Jesus identify himself with the Father (v. 44-50)?

  1. Whoever believes in me, believes in my Father
  2. Whoever sees me, sees my Father
  3. Whoever hears me, hears my Father
  4. All of the above

December 4: John 13

1) What surprising action did Jesus take at the last supper with his disciples and how did Peter respond (v. 3-11)?

2) What new commandment did Jesus give that, if obeyed, would identify us as his followers (see v. 34-35)?

  1. Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength
  2. Love your neighbor as yourself
  3. Love one another as I have loved you
  4. None of the above

December 5: Discussion Questions

1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?

2) What insights did you gain about God?

3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?

4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?