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Quiz Questions For Acts Of Apostles ( I & II)

CHAPTER ONE:
1. To whom was the Acts of the Apostles written?
a. The Holy Apostle Paul.
b. Theophilus.
c. Theophan.

2. According to Acts chapter one, the Gospel according to St. Luke presented Jesus life
through what event?
a. The day Christ was taken up into heaven.
b. The day Christ was resurrected.
c. The day of Pentecost.

3. According to Acts chapter one, Christ gave His commandments to the Apostles through
Whom or What?
a. The Holy Apostle Peter.
b. Holy Scripture.
c. The Holy Spirit.

4. The proofs Jesus presented to the Apostles following His Resurrection are described as
what?
a. Innumerable.
b. Incredible.
c. Infallible.

5. How long was Jesus seen with the Apostles following His Resurrection?
a. One year.
b. Forty days.
c. Forty weeks.

6. According to Acts chapter one, where did Jesus tell the Apostles to wait for the Promise of
the Father?
a. Jerusalem.
b. Antioch.
c. Rome.

7. According to Acts chapter one, how would the first Christians be baptized following Christs
Ascension?
a. They would be baptized with water.
b. They would be baptized with the Holy Spirit.
c. They would be baptized with fire.

8. What was Christs response in Acts chapter one when asked regarding the time of the
restoration of the kingdom to Israel?
a. When you see Jerusalem destroyed by Rome.
b. It is not for you to know times or seasons which the Father has put in His own authority.
c. When the gospel has been preached throughout the world.

9. What event does the book of Acts record as having occurred forty days after Christs
Resurrection from the dead?
a. The Feast of the women who went to the tomb.
b. The Day of Pentecost.
c. Christs Ascension into Heaven.

10. Who spoke to the gathered Christians immediately after Christs Ascension?
a. Two angels in white apparel.
b. The Holy Apostle Peter.
c. Two men in white apparel.

11. Fill in the blank: The men gathered at Christs Ascension in Acts chapter one were called
Men of __________.
a. Galilee.
b. God.
c. Jerusalem.

12. From what mount did Christ ascend in Acts chapter one?
a. Sinai.
b. The Temple mount.
c. Olivet.

13. Which of these Christians was NOT listed in Acts chapter one as being gathered in the
upper room following Christs Ascension?
a. Bartholomew.
b. Paul.
c. Judas.

14. Which woman is listed as being in the upper room following Christs Ascension?
a. Mary Magdalene.
b. Mary, the mother of Jesus.
c. Mary, the sister of Martha.

15. According to Acts chapter one, approximately how many Christians were in Jerusalem
shortly after Christs Ascension (but before Pentecost)?
a. 120.
b. 500.
c. 3000.

16. What did Judas Iscariot buy with the money he was paid for betraying Jesus?
a. A house.
b. A political appointment.
c. A field.

17. How did Judas Iscariot die?


a. He was poisoned.
b. He was stabbed.
c. He fell headlong and burst in the middle.

18. According to Acts chapter one, what does Akel Dama mean?
a. Field of Blood.
b. Traitors Field.
c. Judas Field.

19. According to Acts chapter one, the prophecy regarding Judas Iscariots death can be found
in what biblical book?
a. Jeremiah.
b. Isaiah.
c. Psalms.

20. According to Acts chapter one, what was the surname of Joseph called Barsabas?
a. The Zealot.
b. Justus.
c. Alphaeus.

21. Name the person who was chosen to be the twelfth apostle.
a. Stephen.
b. Matthias.
c. Luke.

22. In addition to praying, how did the Apostles determine the replace for Judas Iscariot in Acts
chapter one?
a. They cast lots.
b. The Christians in Jerusalem voted for the replacement.
c. The replacement was appointed by the Holy Apostle Peter.

23. Which individual replaced Judas Iscariot as an Apostle in Acts chapter one?
a. Joseph called Barsabas.
b. Barnabas.
c. Matthias.

ANSWERS
1. B (Acts 1:1).
2. A (Acts 1:2)
3. C (Acts 1:2)
4. C (Acts 1:3)
5. B (Acts 1:3)
6. A (Acts 1:4)
7. B (Acts 1:5)
8. B (Acts 1:7)
9. C (Acts 1:1-11)
10. C (Acts 1:10)
11. A (Acts 1:11)
12. C (Acts 1:12)
13. B (Acts 1:13)
14. B (Acts 1:14)
15. A (Acts 1:15)
16. C (Acts 1:18)
17. C (Acts 1:18)
18. A (Acts 1:19)
19. C (Acts 1:20)
20. B (Acts 1:23)
21. B (Acts 1:23)
22. A (Acts 1:26)
23. C (Acts 1:26)

CHAPTER TWO:
1. Fill in the blank: When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with __________
in
one place.
a. Great happiness.
b. One accord.
c. Profound peace.
2. In Acts chapter two, the sound from heaven which filled the house at Pentecost sounded
like
what?
a. A rushing wind.
b. An army.
c. A heavenly choir.
3. What appeared over the heads of the followers of Jesus gathered at Pentecost?
a. Doves.
b. Divided tongues, as of fire.
c. Angels.
4. Fill in the blank: And they were all filled with _____________ and began to speak with other
tongues
a. Fear.
b. Amazement.
c. The Holy Spirit.
5. According to Acts chapter two, what did the people gathered for Pentecost hear from the
house
where the followers of Jesus had just been filled with the Holy Spirit?
a. They heard the followers of Jesus speaking in the languages of the different people.
b. They heard the followers of Jesus announcing that Christ had returned.
c. They heard the followers of Jesus prophecy regarding the destruction of Jerusalem.
6. Which of these regions is NOT one of the areas listed as the home of a Jew in Jerusalem for
Pentecost in Acts chapter two?
a. Phrygia.
b. Pamphylia.
c. Gaul.
7. According to Acts chapter two, what did some people in Jerusalem believe to be the cause of
the Christians behavior at Pentecost?
a. They believed the Christians were insane.
b. They believed the Christians were drunk on new wine.
c. They believed the Christians were possessed by demons.
8. Which Apostle preached to the crowd at Pentecost?
a. The Holy Apostle Peter.
b. The Holy Apostle James.
c. The Holy Apostle Matthew.
9.In acts chapter two, how did St. Peter demonstrate that the followers of Jesus were not drunk
at Pentecost?
a. He said that the followers of Jesus did not drink wine.
b. He showed the crowd that his skins of wine were still full.
c. He said that it was only the third hour of the day.
10. In his sermon on the day of Pentecost, the Apostle Peter stated that a certain prophet had
stated: And in the last days it shall be, God declares, that I will pour out my Spirit upon all
flesh, and went on to state how the events of this day had fulfilled the prophecy. To which
prophet did Peter refer?
a. Joel.
b. Isaiah.
c. Malachi.
11. Fill in the blank in the words quoted in Acts chapter two by St. Peter from the Holy Prophet
Joel: Your sons and daughters shall ___________.
a. Be saved.
b. Prophesy.
c. Dream dreams.
12. Fill in the blank in the words quoted in Acts chapter two by St. Peter from the Holy Prophet
Joel: The sun shall be turned into ___________.
a. Blood.
b. Darkness.
c. Water.
13. According to the prophecy by the Holy Prophet Joel quoted by St. Peter in Acts chapter two,
what shall happen to those who call on the name of the Lord?
a. They shall be saved.
b. They shall be filled with the Holy Spirit.
c. They shall not suffer any harm.
14. According to Acts chapter two, how was Jesus attested by God?
a. By the writings in the Book of Psalms.
b. By miracles, wonders, and signs.
c. By the teachings of the Apostles.
15. Fill in the blanks: Him, being delivered by the determined _________ and __________ of
God, you have taken by lawless hands, crucified, and put to death.
a. Purpose and foreknowledge.
b. Oversight and judgment.
c. Knowledge and power.
16. According to Acts chapter two, it was not possible that Jesus should be held by what?
a. The Roman government.
b. The Temple guards.
c. Death.
17.Who spoke the following words quoted by St. Peter in Acts chapter two: I foresaw the LORD
always before my face, For He is at my right hand, that I may not be shaken?
a. The Holy Prophet Jeremiah.
b. The Holy Prophet Joel.
c. The Holy King David.
18. Fill in the blank from Acts chapter two: For You will not leave my soul in Hades, Nor will
You
allow Your Holy One to see ____________.
a. Death.
b. Corruption.
c. Desolation.
19. According to Acts chapter two, the words of King David quoted by St. Peter at Pentecost
prophesied what?
a. The Resurrection of the Christ.
b. The descent of the Holy Spirit.
c. The destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans.
20. What two things did St. Peter tell the crowd at Pentecost to do after they asked him, What
shall we do?
a. Be baptized and join the Church.
b. Repent and preach the Gospel to the world.
c. Repent and be baptized.
21. Fill in the blank from Acts chapter two: Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the
name of Jesus Christ _______________________.
a. And sin no more.
b. For the remission of sins.
c. And you shall be saved.
22. After Peters sermon on the Day of Pentecost, the people who heard him were cut to the
heart and thus they asked him what to do. He told them to repent and be baptized into
Christ
which a large number of them did. How many people were baptized at the conclusion of
Peters
sermon on the day of Pentecost?
a. About 300.
b. About 1000.
c. About 3000.
23. According to Acts chapter two, in which of these things did the early Church steadfastly
continue?
a. In the apostles doctrine and fellowship.
b. In the breaking of bread, and in prayers.
c. All of the above.
24. What did the members of the early Church in Jerusalem do with their possessions?
a. They sold their possessions and divided the money and goods among all as needed.
b. They allowed certain members of the community to borrow their possessions.
c. They kept their possessions as personal blessings from God.
25. According to Acts chapter two, did the early Christians in Jerusalem continue to worship in
the
Temple?
a. Yes.
b. No.
c. They only entered the Temple to evangelize.
26. According to Acts chapter two, how often did new members join the early Church in
Jerusalem?
a. Weekly.
b. Daily.
c. On holy days.
ANSWERS
1. B (Acts 2:1)
2. A (Acts 2:2)
3. B (Acts 2:3)
4. C (Acts 2:4)
5. A (Acts 2:6, 8)
6. C (Acts 2:9-11)
7. B (Acts 2:13)
8. A (Acts 2:14)
9. C (Acts 2:15)
10. A (Acts 2:16-17)
11. B (Acts 2:17)
12. B (Acts 2:20)
13. A (Acts 2:21)
14. B (Acts 2:22)
15. A (Acts 2:23)
16. C (Acts 2:24)
17. C (Acts 2:25)
18. B (Acts 2:27)
19. A (Acts 2:31)
20. C (Acts 2:38)
21. C (Acts 2:38)
22. C (Acts 2:41)
23. C (Acts 2:42)
24. B (Acts 2:45)
25. A (Acts 2:46)
26. B (Acts 2:47)

CHAPTER THREE:
1. Which Apostles went to the Temple to pray in Acts chapter three?
a. Peter and John.
b. Peter and Matthew.
c. John and Andrew.
2. At what time of day were Peter and John going to pray when the lame man was healed?
a. The third hour.
b. The sixth hour.
c. The ninth hour.
3. In Acts chapter three, how long had the lame man suffered from his infirmity?
a. Since being cursed by his wife.
b. He was lame from his mothers womb.
c. He suffered sudden paralysis on his way to the Temple.
4. What was the name of the gate to which the lame man was taken in Acts chapter three?
a. Holy.
b. Bountiful.
c. Beautiful.
5. For what reason did the lame man go to the Temple in Acts chapter three?
a. To ask for alms.
b. To make a sacrifice.
c. To train to be a scribe.
6. Fill in the blank in St. Peters command to the lame man in Acts chapter three: In the name
of
Jesus Christ ____________, rise up and walk.
a. Our Lord.
b. Of Nazareth.
c. The Son of God.
7. Which of the lame mans hands did St. Peter grasp in Acts chapter three?
a. His right hand.
b. His left hand.
c. Neither he touched the lame mans foot.
8. Fill in the blanks in this event from Acts chapter three: So he, leaping up, stood and walked
and entered the temple with themwalking, leaping, and _____________. And all the people
saw him walking and ____________.
a. Running.
b. Singing for joy.
c. Praising God.
9. What was the name of as the name of the porch from which St. Peter preached in Acts
chapter three?
a. Davids Porch.
b. Solomons Porch.
c. Herods Porch.
10. Fill in the blank from St. Peters sermon in Acts chapter three: The God of
_______________________, the God of our fathers, glorified His Servant Jesus, whom you
delivered up and denied in the presence of Pilate, when he was determined to let Him go.
a. The Kings of Israel.
b. Moses and the prophets.
c. Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
11. According to Acts chapter three, what instead of the Holy One and the Just did the
men
of Israel ask to be granted to them?
a. A murderer.
b. A king.
c. A favor.
12. According to Acts chapter three, Jesus Christ is the Prince of what?
a. Prince of life.
b. Prince of all.
c. Prince of heaven.
13. What healed the lame man in Acts chapter three?
a. The holiness of the Apostles.
b. The power of Pentecost.
c. Faith in Jesus name.
14. Fill in the blank from St. Peters sermon in Acts chapter three: Repent therefore and be
______________, that your sins may be blotted out, so that times of refreshing may come from
the presence of the Lord.
a. Baptized.
b. Converted.
c. Forgiven.
15. Who is St. Peter quoting in Acts chapter three when he says, The LORD your God will raise
up for you a Prophet like me from your brethren. Him you shall hear in all things, whatever He
says to you.
a. Holy Prophet Ezekiel.
b. Holy Prophet Moses.
c. Holy Prophet Obadiah.
16. To whom did God say this: And in your seed all the families of the earth shall be blessed?
a. Holy forefather Abraham.
b. Holy King David.
c. Holy Prophet Moses.
17. Fill in the blank in St. Peters sermon in Acts chapter three: To you first, God, having raised
up His Servant Jesus, sent Him to ________ you, in turning away every one of you from your
iniquities.
a. Teach.
b. Guide.
c. Bless.

ANSWERS
1. A (Acts 3:1)
2. C (Acts 3:1)
3. B (Acts 3:2)
4. C (Acts 3:2)
5. A (Acts 3:2)
6. B (Acts 3:6)
7. A (Acts 3:7)
8. C (Acts 3:8-9)
9. B (Acts 3:11)
10. C (Acts 3:13)
11. A (Acts 3:14)
12. A (Acts 3:15)
13. C (Acts 3:16)
14. B (Acts 3:19)
15. B (Acts 3:22)
16. A (Acts 3:25)
17. C (Acts 3:26)

CHAPTER FOUR:
1. Which of these was one of the groups who arrested Ss. Peter and John in Acts chapter four?
a. Pharisees.
b. Sadducees.
c. Zealots.
2. What about Ss. Peter and Johns preaching disturbed the Temple leaders in Acts chapter
four?
a. The fact that Ss. Peter and John preached resurrection from the dead.
b. The fact that the Apostles were Galileans.
c. The fact that the Apostles were not Pharisees.
3. Approximately how many people were converted after hearing Ss. Peter and John preach in
the Temple in Acts chapter four?
a. 120.
b. 3000.
c. 5000.
4. What was the name of the high priest in Acts chapter four?
a. Caiaphas.
b. Annas.
c. Alexander.
5. According to Acts chapter four, by whose name did Ss. Peter and John heal the lame man in
the Temple?
a. Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
b. Jesus Christ the Galilean.
c. Jesus Christ of Nazareth.
6. Fill in the blank in the quotation by the Holy Apostle Peter in Acts chapter four: This is the
stone which was rejected by you builders, which has become the chief _____________.
a. Cornerstone.
b. Priest.
c. Building.
7. Fill in the blank in the statement by St. Peter in Acts chapter four: Nor is there
____________
in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be
saved.
a. Power.
b. Salvation.
c. Authority.
8. When Peter and John were brought before Annas the High Priest, Caiaphas, and others of
the
scribes and elders, Peter was asked to explain himself to them. Upon hearing him speak, the
elders were in wonder because
a. Peter and John being uneducated, common men spoke with such boldness.
b. The great miracle that had been performed.
c. Peer and John did not show proper respect to them.
9. What did the leaders of the Temple command Ss. Peter and John to do in Acts chapter four?
a. Refrain from speaking or teaching in the name of Jesus.
b. Never return to the Temple.
c. Betray the other members of the Church in Jerusalem.
10. How severely did the Temple leaders punish Ss. Peter and John in Acts chapter four?
a. The Apostles were beaten.
b. The Apostles were imprisoned for several days.
c. The Apostles were merely threatened, and then released.
11. According to Acts chapter four, how old was the lame man when he was healed in the
Temple?
a. Eighty years old.
b. Forty years old.
c. Sixty years old.
12. Who did the early Church in Jerusalem quote in their prayer of thanksgiving in Acts chapter
four?
a. Holy Prophet Moses.
b. Miriam, the sister of Moses.
c. Holy King David.
13. According to Acts chapter four, why were Herod, Pontius Pilate, the Gentiles, and the
people
of Israel gathered together?
a. To do what Gods purpose had determined to be done.
b. To thwart the will of God.
c. They were not gathered together, but instead worked against each other.
14. Fill in the blank in the prayer from Acts chapter four: Now, Lord, look on their threats, and
grant to Your servants that with all ____________ they may speak Your word.
a. Boldness.
b. Authority.
c. Determination.
15. What happened in Acts chapter four to the place where the Christians in Jerusalem prayed
following Ss. Peter and Johns release from the Temple?
a. It was attacked by a mob.
b. It was shaken.
c. It was surrounded by Roman soldiers.
16. Fill in the blank from Romans chapter four: Now the multitude of those who believed were
of
____________ heart and ___________ soul; neither did anyone say that any of the things he
possessed was his own, but they had all things in common.
a. Courageous.
b. Powerful.
c. One.
17. Fill in the blank from Romans chapter four: And with great power the apostles gave witness
to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. And great ___________ was upon them all.
a. Peace.
b. Blessing.
c. Grace.
18. According to Acts chapter four, what did members of the early Church in Jerusalem do with
their money?
a. They laid it at the feet of the Apostles.
b. They invested it on behalf of the Church.
c. They gave it to the Temple.
19. Joses, who was also named Barnabas by the apostles, brought money and laid it at the
apostles feet, for the benefit of the entire Christian community. From where did he get the
money?
a. This had been saved over the past fifteen years by Joses.
b. It was money inherited from his father
c. It was the income from the recent sale of land.
20. According to Acts chapter four, what is the translation of the name Barnabas?
a. Son of Thunder.
b. Son of the Holy One.
c. Son of Encouragement.
21. According to Acts chapter four, from which country did St. Barnabas come?
a. Cyprus.
b. Galatia.
c. Phoenicia.

ANSWERS
1. B (Acts 4:1)
2. A (Acts 4:2)
3. C (Acts 4:4)
4. B (Acts 4:6)
5. C (Acts 4:9)
6. A (Acts 4:11)
7. B (Acts 4:12)
8. A (Acts 4:13)
9. A (Acts 4:19)
10. C (Acts 4:21)
11. B (Acts 4:22)
12. C (Acts 4:25-26)
13. A (Acts 4:27-28)
14. A (Acts 4:29)
15. B (Acts 4:31)
16. C (Acts 4:32)
17. C (Acts 4:33)
18. A (Acts 4:35)
19. C (Acts 4:36-37)
20. C (Acts 4:36)
21. A (Acts 4:36)

CHAPTER FIVE:
1. What was the name of Ananias wife in Acts chapter five.
a. Sephora.
b. Sapphira.
c. Semolina.
2. How much money did Ananias and Sapphira lay at the feet of the Apostles?
a. A certain part of their money.
b. All their money.
c. None of their money.
3. Ananias greatest sin was that off
a. Lying to the community.
b. Lying to the apostles.
c. Lying to the Holy Spirit.
4. According to Acts chapter five, who convinced Ananias and Sapphira to lie and withhold part
of
their money?
a. The Sadducees.
b. Satan.
c. The Romans.
5. What happened in Acts chapter five to Ananias when his lie was revealed?
a. He died.
b. He was excommunicated.
c. He was imprisoned.
6. How long after Ananias death in Acts chapter five did Sapphira speak to St. Peter?
a. Three hours.
b. Three days.
c. Three weeks.
7. In Acts chapter five, what was Sapphiras response when St. Peter asked her, Tell me
whether you sold the land for so much?
a. No, for less than that amount.
b. No, for more than that amount.
c. Yes, for so much.
8. Fill in the blank in St. Peters statement in Acts chapter five: How is it that you have agreed
together to __________ the Spirit of the Lord? Look, the feet of those who have buried your
husband are at the door, and they will carry you out.
a. Defy.
b. Test.
c. Anger.
9. In Acts chapter five, what happens to Sapphira after she lies about the money earned from
Ananias and her land sale?
a. She is excommunicated.
b. She immediately dies.
c. She is imprisoned.
10. According to Acts chapter five, were the Apostles highly esteemed by the people of
Jerusalem?
a. No.
b. They were esteemed by the Gentiles, but hated by the Jews.
c. Yes.
11. Fill in the blank from Acts chapter five: And believers were increasingly added to the Lord,
_____________ of both men and women.
a. Crowds.
b. Multitudes.
c. Groups.
12. Many signs and wonders were performed by the apostles. People even took their sick to
them
to be healed. They took the infirm and carried them into the streets and laid them in the street
hoping
a. That the apostles would stop and minister to them as they went by.
b. That the shadow of the apostle Peter would fall on them as he walked by.
c. The multitudes would show pity on them and take them to Solomons Porticle where the
Apostles ministered daily.
13. According to Acts chapter five, the high priest was a member of which group?
a. The Sadducees.
b. The Pharisees.
c. The Scribes.
14. Who freed the Apostles when they were imprisoned in Acts chapter five?
a. St. Barnabas.
b. The jail keeper.
c. An angel of the Lord.
15. After the angel of the Lord opened the prison doors and let the apostles free, he directed
them to go to a particular place. What was this place?
a. Peters house, where they would be safe from capture.
b. The temple [to speak to the people all the words of this life].
c. The city of Damascus, where the persecution had not yet reached.
16. What was the condition of the prison the day after the Apostles were freed in Acts chapter
five?
a. It was shut securely, and the guards were standing outside the doors.
b. The doors had been torn from their hinges.
c. The walls had been knocked down.
17. According to Acts chapter five, why did the captain of the Temple bring the Apostles before
the council without violence?
a. It was prophesied by the Holy Prophet Obadiah that Gods prophets would be taken without
injury.
b. The angel of the Lord protected the Apostles.
c. The captain and his officers were afraid of being stoned by the people.
18. What was St. Peters response to the following statement by the chief priest in Acts chapter
five: Did we not strictly command you not to teach in this name? And look, you have filled
Jerusalem with your doctrine, and intend to bring this Mans blood on us!
a. We were commanded to teach by an angel of the Lord.
b. It is not we who speak, but Christ Who speaks through us.
c. We ought to obey God rather than men.
19. Fill in the blank in St. Peters proclamation in Acts chapter five: The God of our fathers
raised
up Jesus whom you murdered by ________________.
a. Hanging on a tree.
b. Crucifying.
c. Impaling on a cross.
20. According to St. Peter in Acts chapter five, Who in addition to the Apostles is a witness
to Christ?
a. The priests in the Temple.
b. The Holy Spirit.
c. The newly baptized Christians.
21. One of the Pharisees in the council, a famous teacher of the law who was held in respect by
all the people, told the council: Keep away from these men and let them alone; for if this plan or
this work is of men, it will come to nothing; but if it is of God, you cannot overthrow it lest you
eve be found to fight against God. This rabbis name was:
a. Hillel.
b. Theudus.
c. Gamaliel.
22. According to Acts chapter five, approximately how many people were slain with Theudas?
a. 300.
b. 4000.
c. 400.
23. Fill in the blank in Gamaliels speech in Acts chapter five: And now I say to you, keep away
from these men and let them alone; for if this plan or this work is of men, it will come to nothing;
but if it is of ________, you cannot overthrow itlest you even be found to fight against
____________.
a. The Messiah.
b. God.
c. The Lord.

ANSWERS
1. B (Acts 5:1)
2. A (Acts 5:2)
3. C (Acts 5:3)
4. B (Acts 5:3)
5. A (Acts 5:5)
6. A (Acts 5:7)
7. C (Acts 5:8)
8. B (Acts 5:9)
9. B (Acts 5:10)
10. C (Acts 5:13)
11. B (Acts 5:14)
12. B (Acts 5:15)
13. A (Acts 5:17)
14. C (Acts 5:19)
15. B (Acts 5:20)
16. A (Acts 5:23)
17. C (Acts 5:26)
18. C (Acts 5:29)
19. A (Acts 5:30)
20. B (Acts 5:32)
21. C (Acts 5:35)
22. C (Acts 5:36)
23. B (Acts 5:38-39)

CHAPTER SIX:
1. Fill in the blanks in this passage from Acts chapter six: Now in those days, when the number
of the disciples was multiplying, there arose a complaint against the ___________ by the
___________, because their widows were neglected in the daily distribution.
a. Hebrews, Helenists.
b. Jews, Gentiles.
c. Israelites, Greeks.
2. According to Acts chapter six, did the Apostles believe their duties should include both
distributing food to widows and preaching?
a. Yes.
b. No.
c. Ss. Peter and John preached, while the other Apostles both distributed food and preached.
3. According to Acts chapter six, how many men were chosen to oversee the distribution of food
to widows?
a. Seven.
b. Twelve.
c. Thirteen.
4. Identify the person described in this passage from Acts chapter six: And they chose
__________, a man full of faith and the Holy Spirit.
a. Philip.
b. Nicolas.
c. Stephen.
5. According to Acts chapter six, did many of the Temple priests become disciples of Jesus
Christ?
a. No.
b. Yes.
c. Only Gamaliel became a follower of Jesus.
6. A dispute arose between Stephen and some Cyrenians, Alexandrians, Cilicians, and Asians
at
a certain synagogue of former slaves. Name this synagogue.
a. The Synagogue of the Freedmen.
b. The Synagogue of Israel.
c. The Synagogue of the Believers.
7. What accusation did the members of the Synagogue of the Freedmen make against St.
Stephen in Acts chapter six?
a. That he spoke blasphemous words against Moses and God.
b. That he criticized the sacrifices made in the Temple.
c. That he advocated rebellion against the priests.
8. According to Acts chapter six, what did the false witnesses claim St. Stephen taught about
Jesus and the Temple?
a. That Jesus had claimed the Temple is empty of all meaning.
b. That Jesus had called the Temple an abomination.
c. That Jesus would destroy the Temple.
9. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter six: They also set up false witnesses who
said, This man does not cease to speak blasphemous words against this holy place and the
law;
for we have heard him say that this Jesus of Nazareth will destroy this place and change the
customs which ___________ delivered to us.
a. God.
b. Abraham.
c. Moses.
10. Stephen was arrested and brought before the council. When the members of the council
gazed or looked at Stephens face, it had a specific appearance to them. What did Stephens
face
look like?
a. The face of God.
b. The face of an angel.
c. The face of a holy man.

ANSWERS
1. A (Acts 6:1)
2. B (Acts 6:2)
3. A (Acts 6:3, 4)
4. C (Acts 6:5)
5. B (Acts 6:7)
6. A (Acts 6:9)
7. A (Acts 6:11)
8. C (Acts 6:14)
9. C (Acts 6:14)
10. B (Acts 6:15)

JESUS SAID
"Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any one hears My voice and opens the door, I will
come in to him."

Receiving Jesus Christ into our lives involves turning to god from self and trusting Him to
come into our lives to forgive our sins..
I hope this blog teaches you something helpful in your daily lives and open new doors in
faith,love and hope in Jesus Christ.

QUIZ QUESTIONS FOR ACTS OF APOSTLES( II )


CHAPTER SEVEN:

1. According to Acts chapter seven, Who appeared to our Righteous Forefather Abraham?
a. The Lord of Righteousness.
b. Our Father in heaven.
c. The God of glory.
2. When did God promise our Righteous Forefather Abraham that he and his descendents would
possess the land later possessed by the Jews?
a. When Abraham had no child.
b. After Ishmael was born.
c. After Isaac was born.
3. God prophesied Abrahams descendents would be in bondage for how long?
a. 100 years.
b. 400 years.
c. 500 years.
4. According to Acts chapter seven, what was the covenant God gave to Abraham?
a. The covenant of circumcision.
b. The covenant of blessing.
c. The covenant of faithfulness.
5. Which Holy Forefather begot the twelve patriarchs, as is stated in Acts chapter seven?
a. Abraham.
b. Isaac.
c. Jacob.
6. What does Acts chapter seven say was the patriarch Josephs governmental position in Egypt?
a. He was king of all Egypt.
b. He was governor over all Egypt.
c. He was the scribe for the king of Egypt.
7. Who does Acts chapter seven tell us was raised by Pharaohs daughter as her own son?
a. Jacob.
b. David.
c. Moses.
8. According to Acts chapter seven, how long had Moses been in the land of Midian when an
Angel of the Lord appeared to him?
a. Forty years.
b. Sixty years.
c. Twenty years.
9. According to Acts chapter seven, in what object did the Angel of the Lord appear to Moses?
a. A pillar of smoke.
b. A flame of fire in a bush.
c. Stone tablets.
10. Fill in the blank from Acts chapter seven: Then the LORD said to him, Take your sandals off
your feet, for the place where you stand is _______________.
a. In the sight of God.
b. Holy ground.
c. Where you shall build an altar to the LORD.
11. According to Acts chapter seven, to what sea did the Israelites come after being led from
Egypt by Moses?
a. The Red Sea.
b. The Dead Sea.
c. The Sea of Galilee.
12. How long, as stated by St. Stephen in Acts chapter seven, were the Israelites in the
wilderness?
a. Twenty years.
b. Eighty years.
c. Forty years.
13. On which mountain did the Angel speak with Moses?
a. Mount Tabor.
b. Mount Sinai.
c. Mount Olivet.
14. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter seven: And they made a ________ in
those days, offered sacrifices to the idol, and rejoiced in the works of their own hands.
a. Calf.
b. God.
c. Statue.
15. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter seven: You also took up the tabernacle of
Moloch, And the star of your god __________, Images which you made to worship; And I will
carry you away beyond Babylon.
a. Beelzebub.
b. Baal.
c. Remphan.
16. Fill in the blank in this passage Acts chapter seven: Our fathers had the tabernacle of
__________ in the wilderness, as He appointed, instructing Moses to make it according to the
pattern that he had seen.
a. Witness.
b. Truth.
c. God.
17. According to Acts chapter seven, who built a house for God?
a. David.
b. Solomon.
c. Moses.
18. Fill in the blank from St. Stephens teaching in Acts chapter seven: You stiff-necked and
_______________ in heart and ears!You always resist the Holy Spirit; as your fathers did, so do
you.
a. Uncircumcised.
b. Hardened.
c. Deformed.
19. According to St. Stephen in Acts chapter seven, the fathers of his listeners killed those who
foretold the coming of the Just One.
a. True.
b. False.
c. St. Stephen said it was the fathers of the Pharisees who engaged in this killing.
20. Fill in the blank in St. Stephens words from Acts chapter seven: Who have received the law
by the direction of ______________ and have not kept it.
a. God.
b. Angels.
c. Moses.
21. According to Acts chapter seven, St. Stephen was full of ___________.
a. Grace.
b. The power of God.
c. The Holy Spirit.
22. What did St. Stephen see in Acts chapter seven when he gazed into heaven?
a. The glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right hand of God.
b. The Son of God, and a multitude of angels standing before the throne.
c. The face of God.
23. Fill in the blank in St. Stephens exclamation in Acts chapter seven: Look!I see the heavens
opened and the Son of Man ___________________!
a. Shining like the sun!
b. Standing at the right hand of God!
c. Coming forth upon the clouds!
24. According to Acts chapter seven, how was St. Stephen martyred?
a. He was stoned to death.
b. He was crucified.
c. He was stabbed by a Temple guard.
25. The council sentenced Stephen to death by stoning. The witnesses to this event laid their
garments down at the feet of a certain young man who the Scripture says was consenting to
Stephens death. Who was this young man?
a. Caiaphas.
b. Annas.
c. Saul.
26. Fill in the blank from St. Stephens exclamation as he was martyred in Acts chapter seven:
Lord Jesus, ______________.
a. Forgive my sins.
b. Hear my prayer.
c. Receive my spirit.
27. Before Stephen died, he prayed, Lord, Jesus receive my spirit. And then he knelt down and
cried out with a loud voice. What did he say?
a. Nothing. He was crying out in pain
b. Lord, do not charge them with this sin.
c. Forgive me of my many sins, O Lord.

ANSWERS
1. C (Acts 7:2)
2. A (Acts 7:5)
3. B (Acts 7:6)
4. A (Acts 7:8)
5. C (Acts 7:8)
6. B (Acts 7:10)
7. C (Acts 7:21)
8. A (Acts 7:30)
9. B (Acts 7:30)
10. B (Acts 7:33)
11. A (Acts 7:36)
12. C (Acts 7:36)
13. B (Acts 7:38)
14. A (Acts 7:41)
15. C (Acts 7:43)
16. A (Acts 7:44)
17. B (Acts 7:47)
18. A (Acts 7:51)
19. A (Acts 7:52)
20. B (Acts 7:53)
21. C (Acts 7:55)
22. A (Acts 7:55)
23. B (Acts 7:56)
24. A (Acts 7:58)
25. C (Acts 7:58; 8:1)
26. C (Acts 7:59)
27. B (Acts 7:60)

CHAPTER EIGHT:
1. According to Acts chapter eight, how many members of the Church in Jerusalem were
scattered throughout Judea and Samaria by persecution?
a. All the members of the Church.
b. All the members, with the exception of Peter.
c. All the members, with the exception of the Apostles.
2. According to Acts chapter eight, who made havoc of the Church by imprisoning men and
women?
a. Saul.
b. Barnabas.
c. Judas.
3. Following the stoning of Stephen, the first martyr, many of the followers of Christ fled from
Jerusalem carrying the Word with them wherever they went. One of those who was scattered was
Philip. Where did Philip go when he left Jerusalem?
a. Ethiopia.
b. Egypt.
c. Samaria.
4. What was the name of the man in Acts chapter eight who practiced sorcery in Samaria?
a. Simeon.
b. Simon.
c. Saul.
5. According to Acts chapter eight, was Simon the sorcerer baptized after witnessing the miracles
performed by St. Philip?
a. Yes.
b. No.
c. He was baptized only after St. Philip taught him how to work such miracles.
6. In Acts chapter eight, the Samaritans received the Holy Spirit after who laid hands on them?
a. St. Philip.
b. Ss. Peter and John.
c. St. Matthew.
7. In Acts chapter eight, for what did Simon offer the Apostles money?
a. The office of Apostle.
b. To become head of the church in Samaria.
c. To be given the power that anyone on whom he laid hands might receive the Holy Spirit.
8. Fill in the blank in this statement by St. Peter in Acts chapter eight: You have neither part nor
portion in this matter, for your heart is not right in the sight of God.
a. Not right.
b. Unclean.
c. Sinful.
9. According to Acts chapter eight, were did the Apostles go after preaching the gospel in many
villages of the Samaritans?
a. Jerusalem.
b. Gaza.
c. Damascus.
10. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter eight: Now ___________ spoke to Philip,
saying, Arise and go toward the south along the road which goes down from Jerusalem to
Gaza.
a. Peter.
b. The Son of God.
c. An angel of the Lord.
11. An angel of the Lord said to Philip, Rise and go toward the south to the road that goes from
Jerusalem to Gaza. Who did Philip meet on this road?
a. Candice, queen of the Ethiopians.
b. A man of Ethiopia.
c. Theophilus.
12. The Ethiopian eunuch was reading from the Scripture while riding in his chariot. What book of
the Old Testament was he reading?
a. Ezekiel.
b. Daniel.
c. Isaiah.
13. According to Acts chapter eight, which of these is one of the verses the Ethiopian eunuch was
reading from Isaiah the prophet?
a. He was led as a sheep to the slaughter; And as a lamb before its shearers is silent, So He
opened not His mouth.
b. And the nation to whom they will be in bondage I will judge, and after that they shall come out
and serve Me in this place.
c. The stone which was rejected by you builders, which has become the chief cornerstone.
14. According to Acts chapter eight, what was the response of the Ethiopian eunuch after St.
Philip preached Jesus to him?
a. But he was sad at this word, and went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions.
b. And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
c. When he heard these things he was cut to the heart, and he gnashed at him with his teeth.
15. In Acts chapter eight, how did St. Philip travel to Azotus after baptizing the Ethiopian eunuch?
a. He rode with the eunuch, teaching the Ethiopian about the things of Christ.
b. He was caught away by the Spirit of the Lord.
c. He ran to Azotus to escape Sauls persecution.

ANSWERS
1. C (Acts 8:1)
2. A (Acts 8:3)
3. C (Acts 8:4)
4. B (Acts 8:9)
5. A (Acts 8:13)
6. B (Acts 8:14, 17)
7. C (Acts 8:18-19)
8. A (Acts 8:21)
9. A (Acts 8:25)
10. C (Acts 8:26)
11. B (Acts 8:27)
12. C (Acts 8:28)
13. A (Acts 8:32)
14. B (Acts 8:37)
15. B (Acts 8:39)

CHAPTER NINE:
1. In Acts chapter nine, Saul asked the high priest for letters to the synagogues of which city?
a. Antioch.
b. Damascus.
c. Rome.
2. According to Acts chapter nine, what was the original common name for Christianity?
a. The Path.
b. The Way.
c. The Truth.
3. According to Acts chapter nine, what happened to the light as Saul journeyed from Jerusalem
to Damascus?
a. It became as dark as night around Saul.
b. Clouds blocked out the light around Saul.
c. A light from heaven shone around Saul.
4. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter nine: Saul, Saul, why are you ___________
me?
a. Persecuting.
b. Opposing.
c. Blaspheming.
5. According to Acts chapter nine, Who spoke to Saul on his journey to Damascus?
a. An angel of the Lord.
b. Peter.
c. Jesus.
6. What happened to Saul after Jesus spoke to him in Acts chapter nine?
a. He was paralyzed.
b. He was blind.
c. He was mute.
7. After the Lord departed from Saul on the road to Damascus, Saul arose from the ground and
opened his eyes, but could see nothing. How long was Saul blind?
a. One day.
b. About a week.
c. Three days.
8. According to Acts chapter nine, what was the name of the disciple whom the Lord commanded
to lay his hand upon Saul in order that Saul might be healed?
a. Ananias.
b. Timothy.
c. Cornelius.
9. According to Acts chapter nine, on which street in Damascus did Saul stay while waiting for
Ananias?
a. The street called Straight.
b. The street of the Jews.
c. The street of the potters.
10. According to Acts chapter nine, which city was Sauls hometown?
a. Antioch.
b. Ephesus.
c. Tarsus.
11. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter nine: But the Lord said to him, Go, for he
is ______________ of Mine to bear My name before Gentiles, kings, and the children of Israel.
a. An apostle.
b. A chosen vessel.
c. A prophet.
12. Fill in the blank in Ananias statement to Saul in Acts chapter nine: Brother Saul, the Lord
Jesus, who appeared to you on the road as you came, has sent me that you may receive your
sight and _____________________.
a. Be filled with the Holy Spirit.
b. Glorify Jesus Christ our Savior.
c. See the glory of the Lord.
13. According to Acts chapter nine, in what activity did Saul immediately engage after his
conversion in Damascus?
a. He preached Christ in the synagogues.
b. He started a church in Damascus.
c. He freed the disciples who had been imprisoned.
14. Once Saul discovered the Jews plot to kill him, he decided that he should escape from the
city of Damascus, but the Jews were watching the city gates both day and night for him. How was
Saul able to escape from the city of Damascus?
a. The disciples smuggled him out in a jar.
b. He was let down over the wall in a basket.
c. The people were afraid to harm Saul.
15. What was the initial reaction of the disciples in Jerusalem when Saul tried to join them in Acts
chapter nine?
a. They rejoiced that their former persecutor had converted.
b. They were afraid of him and did not believe that he was a disciple.
c. Only St. Peter was willing to accept him.
16. Who brought Saul to the Apostles in Acts chapter nine?
a. St. Barnabas.
b. St. Peter.
c. St. Luke.
17. According to Acts chapter nine, which group in Jerusalem attempted to kill Saul after he
disputed with them about the Lord Jesus?
a. The Pharisees.
b. The Sadducees.
c. The Hellenists.
18. Which man in Lydda had been bedridden for eight years?
a. Cornelius.
b. Simon.
c. Aeneas.
19. According to Acts chapter nine, the name Tabitha is translated _______________.
a. Woman of righteousness.
b. Dorcas.
c. Sharon.
20. What happened to Dorcas in Acts chapter nine?
a. She became sick and paralyzed.
b. She was imprisoned.
c. She became sick and died.
21. In Acts chapter nine, what did the widows show St. Peter while they weeped in Dorcas room?
a. Tunics and garments she had made.
b. Dorcas orphaned children.
c. The money she had intended to donate to the Church in Jerusalem.
22. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter nine: But Peter put them all out, and knelt
down and prayed. And turning to the body he said, ___________, arise. And she opened her
eyes, and when she saw Peter she sat up.
a. Dorcas.
b. Tabitha.
c. Sharon.

ANSWERS
1. B (Acts 9:2)
2. B (Acts 9:2)
3. C (Acts 9:3)
4. A (Acts 9:4)
5. C (Acts 9:5)
6. B (Acts 9:8)
7. C (Acts 9:9)
8. A (Acts 9:10, 12)
9. A (Acts 9:11)
10. C (Acts 9:11)
11. B (Acts 9:15)
12. A (Acts 9:17)
13. A (Acts 9:20)
14. B (Acts 9:25)
15. B (Acts 9:26)
16. A (Acts 9:27)
17. C (Acts 9:29)
18. C (Acts 9:33)
19. B (Acts 9:36)
20. C (Acts 9:37)
21. A (Acts 9:39)
22. B (Acts 9:40)

CHAPTER TEN:
1. Cornelius was a devout man who feared God. His occupation was:
a. Tentmaker.
b. Fisherman.
c. Centurion.
2. What was the name of the Cornelius army group in Acts chapter ten?
a. The Italian Regiment.
b. The Judean Regiment.
c. The Palestinian Regiment.
3. According to Acts chapter ten, which description fits the centurion Cornelius?
a. A devout man and one who feared God with all his household.
b. A devout man and one who feared God despite persecution from his superiors.
c. A man who opposed the God of the Jews.
4. According to Acts chapter ten, at what hour of the day did Cornelius see a vision in which an
angel of God spoke to him?
a. The third hour.
b. The sixth hour.
c. The ninth hour.
5. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter ten: Your prayers and your alms have come
up for _______________________.
a. A reward from God.
b. A memorial before God.
c. A visit from a servant of God.
6. According to Acts chapter ten, a Christian named Simon had what surname?
a. Cornelius.
b. Peter.
c. Joppa.
7. According to Acts chapter ten, with whom did St. Peter stay in Joppa?
a. Simon the tanner.
b. Aquila the tentmaker.
c. Josephus the potter.
8. According to Acts chapter ten, who did Cornelius send to St. Peter in Joppa?
a. Three devout soldiers.
b. Three devout household servants.
c. Two household servants and a devout soldier.
9. According to Acts chapter ten, at what hour did St. Peter go up to a household to pray in
Joppa?
a. The third hour.
b. The sixth hour.
c. The ninth hour.
10. Fill in the blank in St. Peters vision in Acts chapter ten: Then he became very hungry and
wanted to eat; but while they made ready, he fell into a trance and saw heaven opened and an
object like a great ____________ bound at the four corners, descending to him and let down to
the earth.
a. Sheet.
b. Net.
c. Tent.
11. Which of these types of animals did NOT appear in St. Peters vision in Acts chapter ten?
a. Four-footed animals of the earth.
b. Creeping things.
c. Slithering serpents.
12. Fill in the blank in St. Peters vision in Acts chapter ten: And a voice came to him, Rise,
Peter; _______________.
a. And flee that which is unclean.
b. Kill and eat.
c. Pray for guidance from the Lord.
13. Fill in the blank in St. Peters vision in Acts chapter ten: And a voice spoke to him again the
second time, What God has ___________ you must not call common.
a. Cleansed.
b. Made.
c. Created.
14. In Acts chapter ten, who tells St. Peter to go with the men sent by Cornelius?
a. An angel of the Lord.
b. The Holy Spirit.
c. Simon the tanner.
15. What did Cornelius do when St. Peter entered his house in Acts chapter ten?
a. Praised him for being an Apostle.
b. Fell down at St. Peters feet and worshipped him.
c. Identified St. Peter as a follower of St. John the Baptist.
16. Fill in the blank in St. Peters statement in Acts chapter ten: Then he said to them, You know
how unlawful it is for a Jewish man to keep company with or go to one of another nation. But God
has shown me that I should not call any ____________ common or unclean.
a. Thing.
b. Creation.
c. Man.
17. Fill in the blank in St. Peters statement in Acts chapter ten: Then Peter opened his mouth
and said: In truth I perceive that God shows no ______________.
a. Partiality.
b. Hostility.
c. Ambiguity.
18. Fill in the blank in St. Peters statement in Acts chapter ten: The word which God sent to the
children of Israel, preaching peace through Jesus ChristHe is ______________ that word
you know, which was proclaimed throughout all Judea, and began from Galilee after the baptism
which John preached.
a. King of Kings.
b. Our Savior.
c. Lord of all.
19. Fill in the blank in St. Peters statement in Acts chapter ten: How God anointed Jesus of
Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who went about doing good and healing all who
were, for God was with Him.
a. Sick and infirmed.
b. Sick and in despair.
c. Oppressed by the devil.
20. According to Acts chapter ten, to whom did Jesus appear after His Resurrection?
a. Witnesses chosen before by God.
b. All people.
c. All who would believe.
21. According to St. Peter in Acts chapter ten, what did God command the witnesses he had
chosen to do?
a. Heal the sick and free those possessed by demons.
b. Preach to the people.
c. Maintain the Law given on Sinai.
22. According to Acts chapter ten, what astonished the Jewish believers when St. Peter visited
Cornelius house in Joppa?
a. That the Holy Spirit had also been poured out upon the Gentiles.
b. That Cornelius and his family were Jews.
c. That the Holy Spirit had also been poured out upon a soldier and his family.
23. While Peter was preaching to the household and friends of Cornelius the centurion and as he
was telling them of Jesus Christ, something unusual happened. What was it that happened?
a. They spoke in tongues and magnified God.
b. They laid all their money at the feet of the Apostles.
c. They went forth and preached the Gospel in Italy.

ANSWERS
1. C (Acts 10:1)
2. A (Acts 10:1)
3. A (Acts 10:2)
4. C (Acts 10:3)
5. B (Acts 10:4)
6. B (Acts 10:5)
7. A (Acts 10:6)
8. C (Acts 10:7)
9. B (Acts 10:9)
10. A (Acts 10:10-11)
11. C (Acts 10:12)
12. B (Acts 10:13)
13. A (Acts 10:15)
14. B (Acts 10:19-20)
15. B (Acts 10:25)
16. C (Acts 10:28)
17. A (Acts 10:34)
18. C (Acts 10:36-37)
19. C (Acts 10:38)
20. A (Acts 10:40-41)
21. B (Acts 10:43)
22. A (Acts 10:44)
23. A (Acts 10:46)

CHAPTER ELEVEN:
1. According to Acts chapter eleven, who contended with St. Peter in Jerusalem after the
Apostles and brethren in Judea heard that the Gentiles had received the word of God?
a. Those of the Law.
b. Those of the circumcision.
c. Those of Moses.
2. Fill in the blank in St. Peters statement in Acts chapter eleven: Then the Spirit told me to go
with them, ________________. Moreover these six brethren accompanied me, and we entered
the mans house.
a. Trusting in the Lord.
b. Making all haste.
c. Doubting nothing.
3. In Acts chapter ten, St. Peter said, Then I remembered the word of the Lord, how He said,
John indeed baptized with water, but you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit (11:16). Where
in the Acts of the Apostles did Jesus say words like these?
a. Chapter one.
b. Chapter two.
c. Chapter five.
4. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter eleven: When they heard these things they
became silent; and they glorified God, saying, Then God has also granted to the Gentiles
_________________.
a. The gift of the Holy Spirit.
b. Repentance to life.
c. Salvation in Christ Jesus.
5. According to Acts chapter eleven, the followers of Christ scattered because of the persecution
that arose over whom?
a. Stephen.
b. Saul.
c. James.
6. According to Acts chapter eleven, the followers of Christ who were from Cyprus and Cyrene
spoke to the Hellenists in which city?
a. Antioch.
b. Damascus.
c. Caesarea.
7. In Acts chapter eleven, the Church in Jerusalem sent which individual to Antioch?
a. Saul.
b. St. Peter.
c. St. Barnabas.
8. Which of these things is NOT listed in Acts chapter eleven as one of the things with which St.
Barnabas was full?
a. The Holy Spirit.
b. Faith.
c. The grace of God.
9. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter eleven: And the disciples were first called
Christians in ____________.
a. Jerusalem.
b. Antioch.
c. Rome.
10. A prophet came from Jerusalem to Antioch and foretold that there would be a great famine
over all the world. The name of this prophet was:
a. Agabus.
b. Barnabas.
c. Sarlaam.
11. In Acts chapter eleven, the Christians in Antioch sent relief to the Christians in Jerusalem by
the hands of which individuals?
a. Ss. Peter and John.
b. Agabus and Barnabas.
c. Barnabas and Saul.

ANSWERS
1. B (Acts 11:2)
2. C (Acts 11:12)
3. A (Acts 1:5)
4. B (Acts 11:18)
5. A (Acts 11:19)
6. A (Acts 11:20)
7. C (Acts 11:22)
8. C (Acts 11:24)
9. B (Acts 11:26)
10. A (Acts 11:28)
11. C (Acts 11:30)

CHAPTER TWELVE:
1. According to Acts chapter twelve, which king harassed the Church in Judea?
a. Herod.
b. Claudius.
c. Pilate.
2. Which Apostle was killed by the sword in Acts chapter twelve?
a. St. Matthew.
b. St. James the brother of John.
c. St. Stephen.
3. During which feast was St. Peter seized in Acts chapter twelve?
a. The Days of Unleavened Bread.
b. The Feast of Tabernacles.
c. The Feast of Trumpets.
4. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter twelve: Peter was therefore kept in prison,
but ______________ was offered to God for him by the church.
a. A holy sacrifice.
b. Alms.
c. Constant prayer.
5. Who freed St. Peter from prison in Acts chapter twelve?
a. An angel.
b. Jesus Christ.
c. King Herod.
6. According to Acts chapter twelve, what did St. Peter first think as he was being freed from
prison by an angel?
a. He was overwhelmed with gratitude to God.
b. He did not believe the angel was real, but instead believed he was seeing a vision.
c. He was eager to tell the other Christians in Jerusalem about what happened.
7. In Acts chapter twelve, to whose house did St. Peter go after he was freed from prison?
a. To the house of James.
b. To his mothers house.
c. To the house of Mary, the mother of John Mark.
8. When Peter escaped to the house of Mary, the mother of John Mark, the people were praying
for his release. When Rhoda reported that Peter was at the door, the people insisted it was not
Peter but rather
a. A Roman soldier.
b. Barnabas.
c. His angel.
9.Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter twelve: But motioning to them with his hand
to keep silent, he declared to them how the Lord had brought him out of the prison. And he said,
Go, tell these things to __________ and to the brethren. And he departed and went to another
place.
a. John.
b. James.
c. Saul.
10. According to Acts chapter twelve, what happened to the guards who were on duty when St.
Peter was freed from prison?
a. Herod ordered them put to death.
b. Herod ordered them put into the same prison.
c. Herod dismissed them from his service.
11. Fill in the blank in this passage from Acts chapter twelve: Now Herod had been very angry
with the people of ____________; but they came to him with one accord, and having made
Blastus the kings personal aide their friend, they asked for peace, because their country was
supplied with food by the kings country.
a. Antioch.
b. Tyre and Sidon.
c. Jerusalem.
12. Fill in the blank in this statement made by the people to Herod in Acts chapter twelve: And
the people kept shouting, The voice of a __________ and not of a man!
a. God.
b. King.
c. Angel.
13. Herod the king made a great oration to the people of Tyre and Sidon. The people proclaimed
him to be a god. He accepted their praise and did not give credit to God. What happened to him
then?
a. He suffered a heart attack.
b. He was assassinated.
c. He was eaten by worms after being struck by the Lord.
14. According to Acts chapter twelve, who did Barnabas and Saul take with them when they
returned from Jerusalem?
a. Timothy.
b. John, surnamed Mark.
c. Simon.

ANSWERS
1. A (Acts 12:1)
2. B (Acts 12:2)
3. A (Acts 12:3)
4. C (Acts 12:5)
5. A (Acts 12:7)
6. B (Acts 12:9)
7. C (Acts 12:12)
8. C (Acts 12:15)
9. B (Acts 12:17)
10. A (Acts 12:19)
11. B (Acts 12:20)
12. A (Acts 12:22)
13. C (Acts 12:23)
14. B (Acts 12:25)

JESUS SAID
"Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any one hears My voice and opens the door, I will
come in to him."

Receiving Jesus Christ into our lives involves turning to god from self and trusting Him to
come into our lives to forgive our sins..
I hope this blog teaches you something helpful in your daily lives and open new doors in
faith,love and hope in Jesus Christ.

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