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Odeal Pearcy

Illustrations by

Glenda Lee
Edith Pulley

Book 7

Books of the Old Testament

Genesis Ecclesiastes
Exodus Son of Solomon
Leviticus Isaiah
Numbers Jeremiah
Deuteronomy Lamentations
Joshua Ezekiel
Judges Daniel
Ruth Hosea
I Samuel Joel
II Samuel Amos
I Kings Obadiah
II Kings Jonah
I Chronicles Micah;
II Chronicles Nahum
Ezra Habakkuk
Nehemiah Zephaniah
Esther Haggai
Job Zechariah
Psalms Malachi

Books of the New Testament

Matthew I Timothy
Mark II Timothy
Luke Titus
John Philemon
Acts Hebrews
Romans James
I Corinthians I Peter
II Corinthians II Peter
Galatians I John
Ephesians II John
Philippians III John
Colossians Jude
I Thessalonians Revelation
II Thessalonians

The meaning of Acts 4:12: Acts is the book to find in the New
Testament, “4” is the chapter in Acts, and “12” is the verse in
Chapter 4


“For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God” Romans

“If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his
word is not in us” I John 1:10.

In Jeremiah 10:23, the prophet wrote, “O Lord, I know that the

way of man is not in himself: it is not in man that walketh to direct
his steps.”

Since we cannot save ourselves, we must have a Saviour. Although

we have sinned, God loves us and has sent His only begotten Son
into the world to die in our stead. But, to be saved, we must
accept this Saviour. Therefore, we must study to learn what He
wants us to do.

Let us study now to learn what a wonderful Saviour we have.




The Birth of Our Saviour

Memory Verse: Luke 2:11
“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour
which is Christ the Lord.”

Read the scriptures given below and write the correct words in
the blanks.

Jesus Christ is eternal. He has always lived with God in Heaven,

except for the short time He lived on earth. His is God, too.
(Revelation 19:13). What is his name? ________ ___________
_______________. (Read John 1:1-4) The Word (or Jesus) was
in the ________________ with God. ___________ things were
made by him. (I John 1:1-2) John said that the Word of life
(Jesus) is that _______________ _________ who was with the
Father. (Philippian 2:5-10) Jesus was ____________ with God,
but humbled himself and was made in the likeness of _______.
He became a ____________ and was obedient to death on the
___________. God has given him the ____________ place and
given him a name ___________ above ___________name.
Jesus is called the Son of God and the Son of man because He,
as God, lived in a human body. Now let us study about the birth
of our Saviour here on earth.
Matthew 1:18–25; 2:1–23; Luke 2:1– 20
Write the correct words in the blanks.
When Jesus was born in ________________________of Judea,
_____________ was king. ___________, the mother of Jesus,
was the wife of ____________________. Their home was in
_____________. _________________________, the Roman
emperor, commanded that the whole world be _____________.
Joseph and Mary had to go to _____________________ to pay
their taxes. Since there were so many people gathered in
Bethlehem to pay taxes, they could not find _____________ in

the inn (hotel). So when Jesus was born, he was wrapped in

____________________ clothes and laid in a _____________.

The ___________ of the Lord appeared to ________________

who were looking after their sheep. When the glory of the Lord
___________ round about them, the shepherds were _______,
but the angel told them that a ____________________ who is
______________ the Lord was born that day. Suddenly, many
angels joined the first angel and ____________________ God.
They said, “Glory to ___________ in the highest, and on earth
________________, good will toward men.” The Shepherds
_________ to find Mary, Joseph, and the ____________ Jesus.
When they had seen Jesus they told others what they had
_______ and _____________.

Also ___________ men came from the ________ to find Jesus.

A_____________ guided them to him. When they arrived in
Jerusalem, they asked, “Where is he that is born ________of
the Jews?” These words troubled _____________, the king of
Judea. He told the wise men to __________ Jesus and then let
him know where he was that he might ______________Jesus,
too. Of course, he had no desire to worship Jesus. When the
wise men found Jesus, they _____________ Him and gave Him
______________. God warned them to return to their country
______________ way and not tell ________ where Jesus was.

In a dream, God told Joseph to take Mary and Jesus to

____________. To be sure that Jesus would not replace him as
king, _____________ had all the children ________ years old
and under ___________ . When Herod ___________, God told
Joseph to bring Jesus and Mary back to their country. They
came back and lived in ________________________, a city in
God told Joseph to call Mary’s son ______________ for he was
to _________ his people from their ___________.

Long before Jesus was born, God, through His prophets, told of
the coming of Jesus to live on earth for awhile. Enjoy reading
aloud some of these prophecies:
Isaiah 9:6 — “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is
given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his
name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The
everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.”
Isaiah 35:5–6a — “Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened,
and the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped. Then shall the
lame man leap as a hart, and the tongue of the dumb sing:”
Jeremiah 31:15 — “Thus saith the LORD; A voice was heard in
Ramah, lamentation, and bitter weeping; Rachel weeping for
her children refused to be comforted for her children, because
they were not.” (This was a prophecy about Herod killing the
Micah 5:2 — “But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be
little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he
come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings
forth have been from of old, from everlasting.” (This tells us
that Bethlehem is to be the birthplace of Jesus.)
Psalms 72:1, 10, 17 — “Give the king thy judgments, O God,
and thy righteousness unto the king's son.”
“The kings of Tarshish and the isles shall bring presents; the
kings of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts” (Psalm 72:10). What
is this a prophecy of?

“His name shall endure forever: his name shall be continued as

long as the sun: and men shall be blessed in him: all nations
shall call him blessed” (Psalm 72:17).

Be sure you can say the books of both the Old Testament and
New Testament, and that you know their written names, too.
Find the scriptures your teacher asks for.

Jesus loves you!




Why Jesus Came to Earth

Parables of the Lost Sheep, Lost Coin,
Lost Son—Luke 15
Memory Verse: Luke 19:10
“For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which
was lost.” Explanation: To be lost means to be without God's
approval and have no hope of heaven; to be lost eternally.

Answer the following questions by writing the correct words in

the blanks.

Luke 15:1–7

1. Who wanted to hear Jesus teach? Publicans and

2. What did the Pharisees and scribes say among
themselves? “This man (Jesus) receives _________ and
__________ with them.”
3. In the first parable, how many sheep did the shepherd
have? _______ __________________

4. How many strayed (went away) from the flock?

5. What did the shepherd do about the lost sheep? He
______________ until he had ______________it.

6. When he had found the lost sheep, how did he feel? He

was ____________ .

7. When he carried the sheep home on his shoulders, what

did he do? He asked his __________ to _____________
with him.

8. What is happening in heaven when a sinner repents?

There is _________.

Luke 15:8–10

9. How many pieces of silver did the woman have? ________

10. How many pieces did she lose? ______________

11. What did she do to find the lost coin? She lit a _________,
swept the ______________, and looked for it.

12. What did she do when she found it? She asked her
__________ to _______________ with her.

Luke 15:11–32

13. How man sons did the man have? _________

14. What did the youngest son want? The part of __________
that would be his.

15. After the father divided his living to his sons, where did
the younger son go? Into a ________________________

16. What did he do there? He wasted all he had in

_______________________ living.

17. When he had spent all his money, what arose in the land
where he was? A mighty _____________________
18. When he was in such great need, what work did he do? He
fed _____________

19. Why was that such a terrible job for this young man. Jews
did not have anything to do with ___________.

20. How hungry did he get? Hungry enough to __________

what the _______ ate.

21. Which phrase in verse 16 shows he had no friends now?

“No man __________ to him.”

22. What does it mean, “he came to himself?” He __________

as he should.

23. When he came to himself, what did he say? He said he
would go back to his __________________.
24. Why, do you think, his father saw him when he was a
great way off? He was _________________ for him.
25. What did his father do? He ________ to meet his son and
26. What did the son say to his father? “I have ____________
against heaven and in your __________ and am no more
worthy to be called your ____________.”
27. What did his father tell his servants to bring his son? The
best ___________, a __________, and some _________.
28. What did his father do to celebrate his son’s return? He
gave a ______________ for him.
29. How did the older brother feel about the rejoicing of his
father and the return of his brother? He was ___________
and would not go to the _____________.
30. What did the father say to his oldest son? “Son, you are
ever with _________, and _________ I have is yours.”
31. What did he say about his youngest son’s return? “He was
_________ and is _____________ again. He was ______
and is ____________.” So that made the father very
32. What is Jesus teaching in these three parables? That God
__________ those who are _________ and is anxiously
_____________ and longing for them to return to ______.
33. Why did Jesus come to earth? He came to ________ and
save the ___________.
Read these scriptures together and discuss them. Write the
missing words.
Matthew 20:28: Jesus said, “Even as the Son of man came not
to be ____________ unto, but to __________, and to give his
__________ a ransom for many.”
Romans 5:8: “God commended [gave] his __________ toward
_____, in that, while we were yet _________________, Christ
___________ for us.”
I Corinthians 15:3-4: “Christ _________ for our _______, was
buried, and __________ again the ________ day according to
the scriptures.”

Do you know the books of the New Testament in order, and

their written names? If you know them really well, practice
learning the Old Testament books.

Read aloud the scriptures your teacher asks for.

Jesus loves you!




Jesus Forgives Sins

Healing a Man of Palsy—Luke 5:17–
Memory Verse: Colossians 1:14
“In whom we have redemption through his blood, even the
forgiveness of sins:”
True or False: Circle T or F for true or false and
underline the words that make the sentence false.
Write the words need to make the sentence true.

T F 1. Only a few people were gathered to hear Jesus

speak. ___________

T F 2. In the crowd there were Pharisees and doctors of

the law. ___________

T F 3. A man who had palsy was brought to Jesus. _____

T F 4. He was so sick he had to be carried in a bed. ____

T F 5. He came by himself. ________________________

T F 6. The men took him to Jesus through the door.


T F 7. Jesus did not know whether or not they had faith.



T F 8. Jesus said to the man, “Your sins are forgiven.”


T F 9 The Pharisees and scribes thought Jesus was

terrible because he forgave the mans sins. ______

T F 10. They thought that only God can forgive sins.


T F 11. Jesus did not know their thoughts. ____________

T F 12. He asked them which was easier to say, “Your sins

are forgiven,” or to say, “Rise up and walk.”
T F 13. So that they might know He had power to forgive
sins, he said to the man, “Arise, take up your
couch and go to your house.” ________________

T F 14. The man go up and was able to walk the next day.

T F 15. This proved that since Jesus could make the man
to walk, he also could forgive sins. ____________

T F 16. The reason Jesus can forgive sins is because he is

God. ______________

T F 17. The people said that nothing unusual had

happened that day. ____________
Luke 7:36–50—Jesus Forgives a Sinful Woman

T F 18. Jesus ate at the house of one of His apostles.


T F 19. While Jesus sat at the table, a sinful woman came

into the house. _____________________

T F 20. She brought in some food. ___________________

T F 21. She stood at Jesus’ feet crying. _______________

T F 22. She washed Jesus’ feet with water. ____________

T F 23. She wiped his feed with a towel. ______________

T F 24. She kissed his feet. ________________________

T F 26. This deed showed she was humble and was very
sorry for her sins. ___________________

T F 27. The Pharisee said to himself that if Jesus were a

prophet He would have known this woman was a
sinner. ____________________
T F 28. Jesus knew the thought of this Pharisee and spoke
a parable to him. __________________

T F 29. A certain man had three people (debtors) who

owed him money. ______________


T F 30. One man owed him 100 pence. _______________

T F 31. The other owed him 50 pence. _____________

T F 32. He forgave both of them. _________________

T F 33. Jesus asked Simon, the Pharisee, “Which of them

will love him the most?” ___________________

T F 34. Simon said the man who was forgiven most. ____

T F 35. Jesus told him he had not answered correctly.


T F 36. The woman had few sins. ___________________

T F 37. Jesus forgave her sins. _____________________

T F 38. She loved Jesus a little. _____________________

A puzzle to do: Write the words in blanks and by the numerals
1. ________________ was Mary’s husband.
2. Jesus is ____________.
3. Jesus is our _____________.
4. Jesus loves __________.
5. The father ran to meet his __________.
6. We mat have ___________ (belief) in Jesus.
7. The sinful woman poured an _________ on Jesus’ feet.
8. Jesus told the man to _________ and walk.
9. Jesus lived in Nazareth in ____________.
10. The sick man was healed ____________.
11. The woman Jesus forgave was ___________ sinful.
12. ____________ has sinned.
13. The Pharisee thought Jesus should not have anything to do
with ___________ .
14. The shepherd hunted for his lost ____________.
15. We must not worship _________.
16. The Shepherd’s __________ rejoice with him.
17. Jesus does forgive.

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The letters in bold downward are:

_________________ _________________ _______________.

Keep practicing the books of both Testaments. Be sure you
know their written names.

Read the scriptures your teacher calls for.

Jesus Loves You!



Jesus Loves All People
Jesus Talked with the Woman at the Well
John 4:3–30, 39–42
Memory Verse: John 3:16
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten
Son. tjat whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but
have everlasting life.”
Underline the correct words.
Jesus left Judea and went to (Perea, Galilee). He had to go
through (Samaria, Jordan). In the city of (Bethany, Sychar)
there was (Joseph's, Jacob's) well. Because Jesus was (tired,
troubled) he sat on the well about the (sixth, third) hour, or
noon. His disciples went into the city (to buy meat, to get a
A woman of (Judea, Samaria) came to the well to get water.
Jesus said to her, (“You should not get water here,” “Give me a
drink”). Because Jesus was a (Jew, Samaritan), the woman was
surprised that He spoke to her; for the Jews had nothing to do
with the (Samaritans, Galileans). In fact, the Jews (loved,
hated) Samaritans.

Jesus told her that if she had known who spoke to her, she
would have asked Him (to draw water for her, for living water).
She asked Jesus if He were greater than (Jacob, Abraham) who
gave them the well. Jesus answered by saying that a person
who drinks of the water He has to give will never (come to the
well again, thirst). The woman (wanted this water, walked
Jesus told her to go and get her (father, husband). She said
she did not have a (father, husband). Jesus said she had
answered (correctly, falsely), because she had been married
(five, two) times and that the man she was with then (was, was
not) really her husband. The woman began to believe Jesus
was a (preacher, prophet).
The Samaritans worshipped in a (mountain, cave) and the Jews
worshipped in (Bethlehem, Jerusalem). Jesus said the time has
come when true worshippers will worship God (in spirit and in
truth, in their nearest city). The woman knew that when the
Messiah or the Christ came, he would be able to (help them,
tell them all things). Jesus said unto her, “I that speak to you
am he.”
When the disciples came back to the well, they were (happy,
surprised) that Jesus talked with the Samaritan woman.
She left her (waterpot, bonnet) and went into the (city, house).
She told all the men to come and see a man who told her (a
few things, all things she ever did). She asked, “Is not this (the
Christ, our forefathers)?” Because of the woman's report (a
few, many) Samaritans believed on Jesus. At the invitation of
the Samaritans, Jesus stayed with them (one, two) days. Many
more of them believed because of (Jesus' own words, the
woman's report). They said, “Now we (believe, guess) and
(know, doubt) that this is indeed the Christ, the Saviour of the
Jesus (loved, despised) these people of Samaria even though
they were not Jews, and even though the Jews did not like
them (very much, at all).
Here are some scriptures about the love of God and His Son,
Jesus Christ: find them in your New Testament and fill in the

I John 4:8 — “He that does not ______, knows not _______;
for God is ________.”

I John 4:10 — “Herein is love, not that we _________ God, but

that he _________ us, and send his Son to be the propitiation
for our ________.”

I John 4:19 — “We _________ him, because he ____________


Ephesians 3:19a — “And to know the _______ of Christ, which

passes ___________________.”

Romans 8:39b — “Not any creature shall be able to _________

us from the love of ________, which is in _________ _______
our Lord.”

Jesus has living water to give (John 4:10).

Jesus is:

John 6:35 — the ____________________ of life.

John 8:12 — the __________________ of the world.
John 10:11 — the good ________________________.
John 14:6 — the ______, the ______, the ______.
John 11:25 — the _____________________.
Colossians 3:11b — ____________ and in ____________.
Acts 4:12 — “There is no _______________ in any other.”

Continue to practice saying the books of the Bible. Read the

scriptures as your teacher directs.

Jesus loves you!



Jesus Chose His Apostles—Luke 5:1–11
Matthew 9:9–13
Memory Verse: Acts 5:31
“Him hath God exalted with his right hand to be a Prince and a
Savior, for to give repentance to Israel, and forgiveness of
Since Jesus knew He would not stay long on earth, He chose
twelve men to teach and train to carry on His work.
True or False: Circle T or F for true or false, and underline the
words that make the sentences false. Then write the words in
the space at the end of the sentences to make them true.

T F 1. Jesus saw three ships standing by the lake. TWO

T F 2. One of the ships belonged to Simon Peter. ______

T F 3. The fishermen were mending their nets. ________

T F 4. Jesus entered John’s ship. SIMON PETER

T F 5. Jesus asked him to take his boat a little way from

land _____________________

T F 6. Then he taught the people. _________________

T F 7. When he had finished speaking, Jesus asked that

the ship be taken further into the lake. _________

T F 8. Jesus told Simon Peter to let his fishing nets stay

on the ship. TO FOLLOW HIM

T F 9. Peter did as he was told although they had caught

no fish during the night. ____________________

T F 10. They caught so many fish this time that the net
broke. _______________________________

T F 11. Peter’s partners came to watch him. HELP

T F 12. They poured the fish into the water. BOTH SHIP

T F 13. The ship began to sink._______________.

T F 14. Peter fell down at Jesus’ knees, saying, “I am a

sinful man, O Lord.”

T F 15. Jesus said to Peter, James and John that from now
on they would catch fish. “Don’t be afraid; from
now on you will fish for people.”

T F 16. They left and followed Jesus. _________________

T F 17. To “catch” men means to teach them so they will

follow Jesus. ______________________________
Matthew 9:9–13

T F 18. Jesus said, “Follow me,” to Andrew, who was a

publican or a tax collector. MATTHEW

T F 19. He followed Jesus and invited him to his house for

a feast (Luke 5:29). ___________________

T F 20. The Pharisees praised Jesus for eating with

publicans and sinner. CONFUSED

T F 21. Jesus said He had come to call sinners to

repentence. _______________________
Matthew 10:2–4
List the names of the twelve apostles.




Read John 14:15–20, 26; John 16:7–14. Match these phrases

to make true statements.

Match these phrases to make true statements.

1. Jesus said He would give a. that He go away so the

C Comforter could come.

2. Jesus said it was b. to their memory all Jesus

necessary A had taught them.

3. The Comforter is D
c. His apostles another
4. The Holy Spirit shall F Comforter.

5. The Holy Spirit shall bring d. the Holy Spirit

e. them into all truth
6. The Holy Spirit shall
guide E
f. teach them all things.
7. This the reason the
apostles G g. taught people and wrote
the New Testament
without errors or

Acts 26:9–17

After Jesus had gone back to Heaven, He called ________ to be

an apostle to the ______________, those who were not Jews.
He was later called Paul. He received knowledge of God’s word
by Jesus Christ revealing it to him (Galatians 1:12). He wrote
at least thirteen books of the New Testament as the Holy Spirit
directed him. He wrote Romans through Philemon, and may be
the author of Hebrews.

Keep practicing the books of the Bible. Find and read aloud the
scriptures your teacher calls for.

Jesus loves you!



Jesus' Arrest and Trial
Memory Verse: Titus 1:4b
“Grace, mercy, and peach, from God the Father and the Lord
Jesus Christ our Savior.”
Write the correct words in the blanks.
Jesus’ disciples went with him to the garden of
________________. He told them to stay there while he went
farther into the garden to ______________. However, he took
_________, ___________, and _________ a little farther with
him. He told them to ___________ with him that his soul was
exceedingly __________________ unto _____________. Jesus
prayed, “Oh, my Father, if it be possible, let this _______ pass
from me; nevertheless, not as ____ will but as you ________.”


Luke 22:43–44

While Jesus prayed, an ____________ from heaven came unto

him and ___________________him. Being in _____________,
he prayed so earnestly that his _____________was as it were
great drops of _____________falling down to the ground.

Jesus prayed ____________ times. Each time he came back to

his _____________ apostles, he found them ______________.

Jesus' Arrest and Betrayal—Matthew 26:47–56

After Jesus had awakened his three apostles the ____________
time, _______, one of the apostles came with a great multitude
to ____________ Jesus. They came with ______________ and
staves. Judas betrayed Jesus with a _____________ as he had
told the chief priests he would do. He did this at night to show
the officers which man was Jesus.
When they arrested Jesus, ___________, with his sword, cut
off the _________ of ______________, a servant of the high
priest. Jesus told him to _________ _________his sword, and
he _____________ Malchus’ ear and _____________it (John
18:10; Luke 22:51).
Jesus reminded the multitudes that he had ____________daily
in the ________________ and they had not arrested him. All of
Jesus disciples ___________________ him.
Jesus Before the High Priest and Council—Matthew 26:57–68;
Jesus was led away to _______________, the high priest. They
tried to find ____________ witnesses against Jesus to put him
to ___________, but found ____________. At last two false
witnesses said that Jesus had said that He would ___________
the _________________ of God and build it in _____________
days. He was talking about His body. When Jesus was accused,
he said ____________________, but said again he was the
________ of __________. This angered the _______________
____________. They thought Jesus was __________________
of ____________ because He said He was God’s Son. They
___________ on Him and _________ Him. In the morning, the


chief priests and elders of the people _____________________

Jesus and took him to _____________ _______________, the
Jesus Before Pilate—Luke 23:1–25
They told Pilate that Jesus was leading the ______________the
wrong way, and that He had said they were not to pay _______
to Caesar, the emperor of the Roman Empire. Pilate could find
no ________ in Him at all. When the governor heard that Jesus
was from ___________, he sent Him to King ______________.
He was glad to see Jesus for he wished to see him do a
______________. When Jesus would ________ do as the king
wanted him to do, Herod with his men of war ______________
him and went him back to _____________. He sent word that
he could find no reason to put Jesus to _____________.
Again Pilate told the people he found _______________ wrong
with Jesus. He wanted to let Jesus go, but the people wanted
__________________, a __________________ to be released
For the ___________time, Pilate said he found no __________
with Jesus and wanted to _______ him go. But the people cried
with _________ voices, “___________ Him, ______________
Him.” So, to please the people, Pilate ____________________
Jesus to be ________________.

Riddles to Answer:

1. Her Husband’s name was Joseph. She went with him to

Bethlehem to be taxed. There was not room for them in an inn.
While they were there, her son was born. Who was she?

2. This man was a tax collector. He made a feast for Jesus. He

followed Jesus when he asked him and became one of his
apostles. Who was he? _________________.

3. He asked his father for his part of the money. Then he

went into a far country when he spent all his money on wild
living. When he came back to himself, he returned to his father,
asking to be only a servant. Who was he? _________________


4. He was king of Judea when the wise men came to

Jerusalem asking where the King of the Jews was born. That
made this man afraid. So, after two years, he had all male
children two years and less killed. Who was he? ____________
5. He owned a ship and was a fisherman. He caught a lot of
fish when he let down his net were Jesus told him. He cut off
Malchus’ ear. He was an apostle of Jesus. What was he?

Continue to practice saying the books of both testaments. Find

the scriptures your teacher calls for you to read.



Jesus' Death and Resurrection
Memory Verse: Hebrews 7:25
“Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that
come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make
intercession for them.”
Write the correct words in the blanks.
Jesus Mocked by Soldiers—Mark 15:15–20
Before Pilate delivered Jesus to be crucified, he ____________
Him. The soldiers led Jesus into a ________ and clothed him in
____________. They put a ______________ of ____________
on his head, and saluted him, saying, “Hail, __________ of the
Jews.” The hit him with a ____________, __________ on him,
and ____________ before him in mock worship.
The Crucifixion of Jesus—Mark 15:21–41
Jesus carried his ___________ (John 19:16-17). __________,
a Cyrenian was made to help _____________ Jesus’ cross. too.
It was the _____________ hour (nine o’clock in the morning)
when Jesus’ hands and feet were _____________ to the cross.


While hanging on the cross, he prayed, “Father, ____________

them, for they do not __________what they do” (Luke 23:34).
There was __________________ over the whole land from the
__________ hour, noon, until the ______________ hour, three
o’clock in the afternoon. After they had given him a drink of
________________, Jesus cried with a ___________ voice and
______________. Jesus suffered on the cross ________ hours.
One of the centurions who tended to the crucifixion of Jesus
said, “Truly this was the _________ of ________.”
The Burial of Jesus—Mark 15:42-47; Matthew 27:64-66
___________ of Arimathea buried the body of Jesus. His
sepulchre or grave was cut out of a __________. A _________
was rolled on the _________________of the grave, and was
____________ so no one could get in. ___________________
guarded his grave.
Jesus Resurrection—John 20:1–19
Jesus arose from the ____________ on the ____________day
of the week. Mary Magdalene reported to _________________
and ____________ that Jesus’ body was not in His tomb. John
came _____________to the sepulchre and looked in, but Peter
_________________ into the tomb. Then John went in and

In the sepulchre, Mary saw two ______________ who told her
that Jesus was _____________. Then Mary turned and saw
____________, but she did not ______________ him at first.
On the same day, Jesus appeared unto his ________________
where they were assembled for fear of the Jews. He said,
“_____________ be unto you.” ________________, one of the
apostle was not there. He would not _____________________
when the others told him they had seen Jesus. He said he
would not ___________unless he saw scars the nails had made
in Jesus’ ____________. ____________ days later, when Jesus
appeared to the disciples again, _______________, was there,
too. When Jesus showed him His hands and His side, Thomas
said, “My ___________ and my ___________.

After his resurrection, Jesus lived on earth _______ days (Acts

1:3) and as seen by as man as _______, _________________
men at one time (I Corinthians 15:6). Before Jesus left the
earth, He told His apostles to ________ and ____________ all
nations, ____________________ them into the name of the
______________, and of the _________, and of the ________
________________ (Matthew 28:18-19).

(Acts 1:9-10) Jesus was taken up and a ___________ received

him out of his disciples sight. He is now in ________________,
sitting on His _________ (Acts 2:30) and has all ___________
in heaven and on ____________ (Matthew 28:18). Jesus gave
Himself as a sacrifice for our sins because He never did sin. He
was perfect (I Peter 2:21-22).
Riddles to Answer:
1. He moved his family from Bethlehem to Egypt, and then to
Nazareth. He was the husband of Mary. Who was he?
2. He was sad to see his son leave home. He looked for his
son to return home. When his son did come home, he ran to

meet his son and gave him a feast. Who was he? ___________
________________________________ _________________.
3. Angels appeared to them, telling of the birth of Jesus. They
hurried to see the baby Jesus and told many others about him.
Who were they? ______________________
4. She came to Jacob’s well to get water. Jesus talked with
her and she said He told her everything she had ever done.
Who was she? _________ ______________ _______________
5. They followed a star to Bethlehem. There they found the
baby Jesus. They worshipped him and gave him gifts. Who
were they? _________ _____________ _________

To know the books of the Bible is very important. Are you still
saying the books often? Find and read the scriptures your
teacher calls for.

Jesus' and His Church

Memory Verse: Hebrews 5:23b

“Christ is the head of the church: and he is the savior of the
Write the correct words in the blanks.
In Matthew 16:18, Jesus promised to build his _____________
upon the fact that He is the ________ of God. His church is not
a building, but it is spiritual. That is, the church is made up of
In lesson five, we learned that Jesus promised to send the
______________________ to the apostles to bring to their
memory all that ________ had taught them and to guide them
into ________ ______________.
Luke 24:46-49; Acts 1:4-5, 8. Before Jesus went back to
heaven, He told His apostles to wait in _________________ for
the promise of the _________________________. They would
receive ______________ after the Holy Spirit came upon them.
They were to be witnesses for Him in ____________________,
Judea, Samaria, and all the _____________.
Now read Acts 2:1-5, 14, 21-24, 30-47. The apostles waited in
____________________ and on the day of _______________
they were assembled in one ______________. they were filled
with the _________________________and began to _______
as the Holy Spirit told them. _____________, standing with the
other eleven apostles, _______________ to the people. These
people had __________________ Jesus. Peter reminded them
of their terrible deed and told them Jesus Christ had been
____________ from the __________, as the prophets in the
Old Testament had written. Also, Peter told them that God had
exalted Jesus who was now at the _____________hand of God.
He had made Jesus both ___________ and ____________.

These people were convinced that this Jesus they had killed
was the ________ of ______. They realized they were lost,
that they had done a terrible crime. Peter told them to _______
and be ______________ for the ________________________
of their sins and they would receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.
Those who __________________ received his word were
__________, about ___________ of them. They continued
__________________ in the apostles’ ___________________
and fellowship. The Lord __________ to the _______________
daily those who were being saved. This was the beginning of
the ________________ of Jesus Christ.

Write answers to these questions.

1. How many bodies are there (Ephesians 4:4)? ___________
2. What is the body (Ephesians 1:22-23)? _______________
3. Then how many churches are there? __________________
4. Whose church is it (Romans 16:16)? __________________
5. Who is the head of the church (Colossians 1:13, 18)?
6. With what did Jesus purchase (buy) His church _________
_________________ (Acts 20:28).
7. Who loved the church and gave himself for it (Ephesians
5:25? ___________________

8. Who is the Saviour of the body, the church (Ephesians
5:23)? _________________________________
9. Ho do we get into the church (I Corinthians 12:13)?
___________________ into the church.
10. What do we have to do before we are baptized?
a. (Mark 16:16) _____________________
b. (Acts 2:38) _____________________ which means to
make up your mind to leave sin and follow Jesus.
c. (Matthew 10:32) _____________________________
Everyone should want to be a member of His church because:
1. (Ephesians 5:25) Christ _______________ the church and
_____________ Himself for it.
2. (Ephesians 5:23) Jesus is the _________________of the
3. (Acts 20:28) Jesus bought the church with His own
4. (Acts 2:47) The ______________ are added to the church
by the _________.
5. (Galatians 3:27) When a person is in the church, he is in
6. (Ephesians 1:3) All _______________________________
are in Christ or the church.
7. (I Peter 3:12) The Lord hears the __________________ of
the righteous who are in the church.
A puzzle to work: Write the words in the blanks and by the
numeral below.
1. Who gave himself for the church? ____________________
2. What should we do when the gospel is preached (Romans
10:14)? ____________________________
3. For whom did Jesus die (Romans 5:8)? ________________
4. What does God command everyone to do (Acts 17:30)?
5. What should we do with our mouth (Romans 10:10)?
6. With what do we believe (Romans 10:10)? _____________
7. Jesus is the author of eternal salvation unto all who
____________________ him (Hebrews 5:9).
8. What comes by hearing the word of God (Romans 10:17)?

9. What were the disciples called at Antioch (Acts 13:26)?
10. Christ is the ___________ of the church (Ephesians 5:23).

11. We are to be baptized for the _______________ of sins

(Acts 2:38).

12. “He that overcomes shall ___________________ all things

(Revelation 21:7).

13. The _____________ are added to the church by the Lord

(Acts 2:47).

14. We are to _______________ the gospel to all nations.

(Matthew 28:19).

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What do the first letter of each word downward spell?

___________________ _______ _____________, because the
church belongs to Jesus Christ (Romans 16:16).

Do you know the books of the Bible really well?

Jesus Loves You!



Whom Does Jesus Save
Memory Verse: I Timothy 1:15a
“This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptance, that
Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners;”
Write the Answers to these questions:
1. Whom does God love (John 3:16-17)? ______ _________.
2. Who may be saved (Revelations 22:17)? ______________
3. Whom did Christ die to save (Romans 5:6, 8)? __________
all of _______.
4. Whom does God want to perish or be lost (II Peter 3:9)?
______ _______.
5. Will everyone be saved? (Matthew 7:21)? _____________
6. Who will be saved (Matthew 7:21)? He that does the
____________ of God.
7. What is God’s will for us, or his commandments? (Answer
this question by answering the following questions.)
8. What must we have to please God (Hebrews 11:6)?
9. What is faith (Hebrews 11:6)? ___________________
10. How does faith come (Romans 10:17)? By _____________
God’s word.
11. What else does God command us to do (Acts 17:30)?
12. What does repentance mean (Matthew 21:28-31)?
Determining to quit doing ________ and to do _________.
13. If we want Jesus to confess us, what must we do (Matthew
10:32)? ___________________________.
14. Who is He (Matthew 16:15-16)? _______ _______ ______
15. What will happen if we deny Christ (Matthew 10:33)?
_______ ___________ _________ ______.
16. What else must we do to be saved (Mark 16:16)? _______
17. What is baptism for (Acts 2:38)? ____________________
____ ___________.

18. How many baptisms are there (Ephesians 4:5)? _________

19. What is baptism (Romans 6:4; Acts 8:38-39). A ________
in ________________.

20. What are we baptized into (I Corinthians 12:13)? _______

_______________ and (Galatians 3:27) ______________.
21. When a person is baptized and becomes a Christian, what
is God’s will for him (Romans 12:1)? To present his ______
a living ______________________ to God.
22. What must a Christian add to his faith (II Peter 1:5-7)?
__________, ________________, _____________, _____
____________, __________________, ______________,
______________________ ____________________, and
23. How long must we remain faithful to Christ (Revelation
2:10; Matthew 24:13)?______________, _____________.
24. With what must we do all the commands of God, or our
obedience will do us no good (II Corinthians 13:1-3)?
(Charity means love) _____________________
25. What will we do if we love Jesus (John 14:15)? _________
_______ ___________________________.

Riddles to answer:

1. He was governor of Judea. The Jews brought Jesus to him

to be crucified, but this man found no fault in Jesus and wanted
to release him. He wanted, however, to please the people and
had Jesus crucified on the cross. Who was he? _____________


2. This apostle was not present when Jesus appeared to his

disciples the first time after His resurrection. He did not believe
Jesus was alive again. When Jesus appeared again and showed
him His hands and His side, this apostle said, “My Lord and my
God.” Who was he? _____________________
3. He is divine. He is eternal. He is the Son of God and also
the Son of man because He had a human body. He did miracles
to prove He was from God. He died on the cruel cross for each
of us because He loves us. Who is He? ___________________

Be sure you know all the books of the Bible. Keep practicing!

Jesus loves you!



Match the phrases to make true statements.

1. Herod was king of Judea a. to pay taxes.

b. went into a far country.
2. Visitors to see the baby
Jesus were ____ c. he went back to his
3. Mary and Joseph went to
Bethlehem ____ d. when Jesus was born.

4. To escape the wrath of e. forgive sins.

Herod the Great ___
f. Shepherds and wise men.
5. The younger son in the
parable ____ g. Jesus was taken to Egypt.

6. When he had spent all his h. Washed Jesus’ feet with

money ____ tears.

7. When he came to him- i. he fed hogs.

self ____
j. was angry because his
8. The older son _____ father was happy to have
his brother home.
9. Jesus can _______

10. A sinful woman ______

True or False: Circle T or F if false. Underline the word or words
that make the sentences false, and write the words in the
blanks at the end of the sentences that would make them true.

T F 1. Jesus forgave the sins of the sinful woman who

anointed his fee. ___________________________

T F 2. At Jacob’s well in Galilee, Jesus talked to a woman

of Samaria. _______________________________

T F 3. Jesus said he could give her still water.


T F 4. The woman believed in Jesus because He told her

everything she had done. ____________________

T F 6. Peter, James, and Thomas left their ships to follow

Jesus. ___________________________________

T F 7. Philip was a tax collector before he followed Jesus.



T F 8. Paul became an apostle after Jesus had gone back

to heaven. _______________________________

T F 9. Jesus prayed in the Garden of Bethlehem.


T F 10. Judas betrayed Jesus. ______________________

T F 11. Pilate was the governor before whom Jesus as

tried. _____________________________

T F 12. The governor told the people two times that he

found no fault in Jesus. ____________________

Underline the correct word or words in each sentence.

1. The soldiers put a crown of (gold, thorns) on Jesus' head.
2. They hit Him with (their hands, a small weed).
3. While on the cross, Jesus prayed the Father to (strike His
enemies dead, forgive them).
4. Jesus suffered on the cross about (three, six) hours.
5. Jesus arose from the dead on the (first, third) day of the
6. (One hundred, five hundred) men saw Jesus at one time
after his resurrection.
7. (Thomas, James) declared Jesus to be his Lord and God
after he saw the prints of the nails in His hands.

Write the correct words in the blanks.

1. Jesus promised the apostles he would send the _________

_______________ to guide them into _________truth.
2. He told them to wait in ____________________ until they
received ________________________ from on high.

3. The received the Holy Spirit on the day of


4. ______________ preached as the Holy Spirit directed to

the people who had ____________________ Jesus.

5. After the people became believers, they __________ what

they must do.

6. Peter told them to ___________ and be ______________

for the forgiveness of their __________.

7. About ____________ were baptized that day.

8. The Lord ___________ to the church those who were being



9. There is ____________ church.

10. The church belongs to _______________.

11. Jesus is the Saviour of the _________________.

12. Jesus is ______________ because he has always lived.

A puzzle to work: Write the words in the blanks and by the

numerals below.

1. An apostle of Jesus. _________________

2. Jesus died for _______________________.

3. The father ran to meet his returning _________.

4. Jesus was taken ________ to heaven in a cloud.

5. Jesus died that we may be _________________.

6. There is only ___________ church.

7. Jesus wants ___________ to be Christians.

8. Many saw Jesus after his ________________________.

9. Jesus forgives ______________.

10. At first, Thomas did not believe Jesus was _____________


11. Jesus loves us ______________ much.

12. We are baptized ______________ the church.

13. If we love Jesus, we will ___________ him.

14. We should _________ our time wisely for Jesus.

15. We can ____________ about Jesus in the New Testament.

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What do the letters in bold downward spell?

_______________ __________ ___________________

Keep repeating the books of the Bible often.

Jesus Loves You!

He wants you to obey Him!
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