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					                    Acts Questions:

                           Chapter 1

G Where did Luke write about all that Jesus began to do and to teach?
In his former book. (1:1)

G About what did Luke write in his former book?
All that Jesus began to do and to teach. (1:1)

G To whom did Luke write his former book?
Theophilus. (1:1)

G When did Jesus teach?
Until the day he was taken up to heaven. (1:1)

G When was Jesus taken up to heaven?
After giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles he had chosen.
(1:2)

G Who was taken up to heaven?
Jesus. (1:2)

G Where was Jesus taken?
To heaven. (1:2)

G Through whom did Jesus give instructions?
The Holy Spirit. (1:2)

G To whom did Jesus give instructions?
The apostles he had chosen. (1:2)

 G Whom had Jesus chosen?
The apostles. (1:2)

G When did Jesus show himself to these men?
After his suffering. (1:3)

G To whom did Jesus show himself?
These men. (apostles he had chosen) (1:3)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 3, what did Jesus give?
Many convincing proofs that he has alive. (1:3)
G what proofs did Jesus give?
Many convincing proofs. (1:3)

G How long did Jesus appear to them?
Over a period of 40 days. (1:3)

G what did Jesus do over a period of 40 days?
Appeared to these men. (1:3)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 3, about what did Jesus speak?
The kingdom of God. (1:3)

G Who spoke about the kingdom of God?
Jesus. (1:3)

G Who was eating with them?
Jesus. (1:4)

G When did Jesus give them this command: “Do not leave Jerusalem but wait for
the gift my father promised, which you have heard me speak about”?
On one occasion while he was eating with them. (1:4)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 4, what command did Jesus give them?
“Do not leave Jerusalem but wait for the gift my Father promised, which you
have heard me speak about.” (1:4)

G Where do not leave?
Jerusalem. (1:4)

G For what wait?
The gift my father promised, which you have heard me speak about. (1:4)

G Who baptized with water?
John. (1:5)

G With what did John baptize?
Water. (1:5)

G When will you be baptized with the Holy Spirit?
In a few days. (1:5)

G With what will you be baptized in a few days?
The Holy Spirit. (1:5)
G When did they ask Jesus when they met together?
“Lord, are you at this time going to restore the kingdom to Israel?” (1:6)

G What is not for you to know?
The times or dates the Father has set by his own authority. (1:7)
G What has the Father set by his own authority?
The times or dates. (1:7)

G Who has set the times or dates by his own authority?
The father. (1:7)

G By what has he set the times or dates?
His own authority. (1:7)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 8, what will you receive?
Power. (1:8)

G When will you receive power?
When the Holy spirit comes upon you. (1:8)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 8, who comes upon you?
The Holy Spirit. (1:8)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 8, what will you be?
My witnesses. (1:8)

G Where will you be my witnesses?
In Jerusalem, all Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth. (1:8)

G What will you be in Jerusalem, all Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the
earth?
My witnesses. (1:8)

X Context question: 2 part question: What will you receive and what will you be?
Power, my witnesses. (1:8)

G Before what was he taken up?
Their very eyes. (1:9)

G When was he taken up before their very eyes?
After he said this. (1:9)

G What hid him from their sight?
A cloud. (1:9)
G Where did a cloud hide him?
From their sight. (1:9)

G Where were they looking intently?
Up into the sky. (1:10)


G When were they looking intently up into the sky?
As he was going. (1:10)

G How were they looking into the sky?
Intently. (1:10)

G When were they looking intently up into the sky?
As he was going. (1:10)

G Who stood beside them?
Two men dressed in white. (1:10)

G Where did two men dressed in white stand?
Beside them. (1:10)

G Where do you stand here looking?
Into the sky. (1:11)

G Who was taken from you into heaven?
This same Jesus. (1:11)

G How will Jesus come back?
In the same way you have seen him go into heaven. (1:11)

G Who will come back in the same way you have seen him go into heaven?
This same Jesus. (1:11)

G Where has this same Jesus been taken from you?
Into heaven. (1:11)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 11, where have you seen him go?
Into heaven. (1:11)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 12, where did they return?
Jerusalem. (1:12)
A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 12, from where did they return to
Jerusalem?
The hill called the Mount of Olives. (1:12)

G What was the hill called?
The Mount of Olives. (1:12)

G What was a Sabbath day‟s walk from the city?
The Mount of Olives. (1:12)


G From where was the Mount of Olives a Sabbath day‟s walk?
The city. (1:12)

G Where did they go when they arrived?
Upstairs to the room where they were staying. (1:13)

G where was the room where they were staying?
Upstairs. (1:13)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 13, who were present?
Peter, John, James and Andrew, Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew and Matthew,
James son of Alphaeus and Simon the Zealot and Judas son of James. (1:13)

X Context question: 11 part answer, who were present?
Peter, John, James and Andrew, Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew and Matthew,
James son of Alphaeus and Simon the Zealot and Judas son of James. (1:13)

G Who was the son of Alphaeus?
James. (1:13)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 13, of whom was James the son?
Alphaeus. (1:13)

G Who was the Zealot?
Simon. (1:13)

G Who was the son of James?
Judas. (1:13)

G Of whom was Judas the son?
James. (1:13)

G When did they all join together in prayer?
Constantly. (1:14)

G Who joined together constantly in prayer?
They all along with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus and his brothers.
(1:14)

G In what did they all join together constantly?
Prayer. (1:14)

G Who was the mother of Jesus?
Mary. (1:14)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 14, of whom was Mary the mother?
Jesus. (1:14)
G Who stood up among the believers?
Peter. (1:15)

G Among whom did Peter stand up in those days?
The believers. (1:15)

G When did Peter stand up among the believers?
In those days. (1:15)

G What was the believers group numbered?
About a hundred and twenty. (1:15)

G What group was numbering about a hundred and twenty?
The believers. (1:15)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 16, What had to be fulfilled?
The scripture that the Holy Spirit spoke long ago. (1:15)

G What scripture had to be fulfilled?
That the Holy Spirit spoke long ago through the mouth of David concerning
Judas. (1:16)

G Who spoke long ago through the mouth of David?
The Holy Spirit. (1:16)

G Concerning whom did the Holy Spirit speak long ago?
Judas. (1:16)

G Through whose mouth did the Holy Spirit speak long ago?
David. (1:16)
G Who served as guide for those who arrested Jesus?
Judas. (1:16)

G For whom did Judas serve as guide?
Those who arrested Jesus. (1:16)

G Who was one of our number?
Judas. (1:17)

G Who shared in this ministry?
Judas. (1:17)

G In what did Judas share?
This ministry. (1:17)


G What did Judas get for his wickedness?
The reward. (1:18)

G For what did Judas get the reward?
His wickedness. (1:18)

G Who bought a field?
Judas. (1:18)

G With what did Judas buy a field?
The reward he got for his wickedness. (1:18)

G What did Judas buy with the reward he got for his wickedness?
A field. (1:18)

G Where did Judas fall?
The field. (1:18)

G How did Judas fall?
Headlong. (1:18)

G What burst open?
His body. (1:18)

G What spilled out?
His intestines. (1:18)
X Context question: 3 part answer, what happened when Judas bought a field?
He fell headlong, his body burst open and all his intestines spilled out. (1:18)

G Who heard about this?
Everyone in Jerusalem. (1:19)

G What did they call the field?
Akeldama. (1:19)

G What is Akeldama?
Field of blood. (1:19)

G What is field of blood in their language?
Akeldama. (1:19)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 20, what is written?
“May his place be deserted. Let there be no one to dwell in it.” And “May
another take his place of leadership.” (1:20)


G What is written in the book of Psalms?
“May his place be deserted. Let there be no one to dwell in it.” And “May
another take his place of leadership.” (1:20)

X Context question: In what old testament book is it written: “May his place be
deserted. Let there be no one to dwell in it”?
Psalms. (1:20)

G What may his place be?
Deserted. (1:20)

G Of what may another take his place?
Leadership. (1:20)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 21, what is necessary?
To choose one of the men who have been with us the whole time the Lord Jesus
went in and out among us. (1:21)

G Who went in and out among us?
The Lord Jesus. (1:21)

G When did the Lord Jesus go in and out among us?
Beginning from John‟s baptism to the time when Jesus was taken up from us.
(1:21-22)
G Who must become a witness with us of his resurrection?
One of these. (1:22)

G Of what must one of these become a witness with us?
His resurrection. (1:22)

G Who did they propose?
Two men: Joseph called Barsabbas (also known as Justice) and Matthias. (1:23)

G How many men did they propose?
Two. (1:23)

G Who was called Barsabbas?
Joseph. (1:23)

G Who was also known as Justice?
Joseph. (1:23)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 23, what was Joseph called?
Barsabbas. (1:23)


G As what was Joseph also known?
Justice. (1:23)

A According to Acts chapter 1 verse 24, what do you know?
Everyone‟s heart. (1:24)

G Who knows everyone‟s heart?
Lord. (1:24)

G What show us?
Which of these two you have chosen to take over this apostolic ministry which
Judas left to go where he belongs. (1:24-25)

G What ministry did Judas leave?
This apostolic ministry. (1:25)

G What did Judas leave?
This apostolic ministry. (1:25)

G Who left this apostolic ministry?
Judas. (1:25)
G Where did Judas go?
Where he belongs. (1:25)

G What did they cast?
Lots. (1:26)

G what fell to Matthias?
The Lot. (1:26)

G To whom did the lot fall?
Matthias. (1:26)

G Who was added to the eleven apostles?
Matthias. (1:26)

G To whom was Matthias added?
The eleven apostles. (1:26)

                                       Chapter 2

G What day came?
The day of Pentecost. (2:1)


A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 1, what came?
The day of Pentecost. (2:1)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 1, where were they?
All together in one place. (2:1)

G When were they all together in one place?
When the day of Pentecost came. (2:1)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 2, what came from heaven?
A sound like the blowing of a violent wind. (2:2)

G What filled the whole house where they were sitting?
A sound like the blowing of a violent wind. (2:2)

G Where did the sound like the blowing of a violent wind fill?
The whole house where they were sitting. (2:2)
A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 3, what did they see?
What seemed to be tongues of fire that separated and came to rest on each of
them. (2:3)
G What separated?
Tongues of fire. (2:3)

G What came to rest on each of them?
Tongues of fire. (2:3)

G Where did tongues of fire come to rest?
On each of them. (2:3)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 4, Who were filled with the Holy Spirit?
All of them. (2:4)

G With what were all of them filled?
The Holy Spirit. (2:4)

G How did all of them begin to speak?
In other tongues. (2:4)
G Who enabled them to speak in other tongues?
The Spirit. (2:4)

G Who were staying in Jerusalem?
God-fearing Jews from every nation under heaven. (2:5)

G Where were God-fearing Jews staying?
In Jerusalem. (2:5)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 6, what did they hear?
This sound. (2:6)

G Who came together in bewilderment?
A crowd. (2:6)

G When did a crowd come together in bewilderment?
When they heard this sound. (2:6)

G Why did a crowd come together in bewilderment?
Because each one heard them speaking in his own language. (2:6)
A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 6, how did each one hear?
Them speaking in his own language. (2:6)

G What did they ask utterly amazed?
“Are not all these men that are speaking Galileans?” (2:7)

G What are all these men who are speaking?
Galileans. (2:7)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 8, how did each of us hear?
Them in his own native tongue. (2:8)
X Context question: 13 part answer, what nations were at the day of Penticost?
Parthians, Medes, and Elamites; residents of Mesopotamia, Judea and
Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia, Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of
Libya near Cyrene; visitors from Rome. (2:9-11)

G Where are the parts of Libya?
Near Cyrene. (2:10)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 11, what do we hear?
Them declaring the wonders of God in our own tongues! (2:11)

G In what do we hear them declaring the wonders of God?
Our own tongues. (2:11)

G What did they ask one another?
“What does this mean?” (2:12)

G Who made fun of them?
Some. (2:13)

G How did some make fun of them?
“They had too much wine.” (2:13)

G Who stood up with the eleven?
Peter. (2:14)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 14, with whom did Peter stand up?
The eleven. (2:14)

G How did Peter address the crowd?
“Fellow Jews and all of you who live in Jerusalem.” (2:14)

G Who raised his voice?
Peter. (2:14)
G Who are not drunk?
These men. (2:15)

G How are these men not drunk?
As you suppose. (2:15)
A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 15, when is it?
Nine in the morning. (2:15)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 16, by what was this spoken?
The prophet Joel. (2:16)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 16, who was the prophet?
Joel. (2:16)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 17, what does God say?
“In the last days, I will pour out my spirit on all people. Your sons and
daughters will prophesy. Your young men will see visions, your old men will
dream dreams.” (2:17)

G When will God pour out his Spirit on all people?
In the last days. (2:17)

G Who will pour out his spirit on all people?
God. (2:17)

G What will God pour out on all people?
His spirit. (2:17)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 17, on whom will God pour out his spirit?
All people. (2:17)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 17, who will prophesy?
Your sons and daughters. (2:17)

G Who will see visions?
Your young men. (2:17)
G What will your young men see?
Visions. (2:17)

G What will your old men dream?
Dreams. (2:17)

G Who will dream dreams?
Your old men. (2:17)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 18, on whom will God pour out his Spirit?
On my servants. (2:18)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 18, who will prophesy?
His servants. (2:18)

G Which servants will prophesy?
Both men and women. (2:18)
G When will God pour out his spirit on his servants?
In those days. (2:18)

G What will God show in the heaven above?
Wonders. (2:19)

G Where will God show wonders?
In the heaven above. (2:19)

G Where will God show signs?
On the earth below. (2:19)

G what will God show on the earth below?
Wonders. (2:19)

G What signs will God show on the earth?
Blood and fire and billows of smoke. (2:19)
X Context question: 2 part question: What will God show in the heaven above
and what will he show on the earth below?
Wonders, signs. (2:19)

G What will be turned to darkness?
The sun. (2:20)

G What will be turned to blood?
The moon. (2:20)

G To what will the sun be turned?
Darkness. (2:20)

G To what will the moon be turned?
Blood. (2:20)

X Context question: 2 part question: what will be turned to darkness and what
will be turned to blood?
The sun; the moon. (2:20)
G When will the sun be turned to darkness and the moon to blood?
Before the coming of the great and glorious day of the Lord. (2:20)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 21, who will be saved?
Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord. (2:21)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 22, to what listen?
Jesus of Nazareth was a man accredited by God to you by miracles, wonders and
signs, which God did among you, as you yourselves know. (2:22)

G Who was a man accredited by God to you by miracles, wonders and signs?
Jesus of Nazareth. (2:22)

G To whom was Jesus of Nazareth accredited by God?
Men of Israel. (2:22)

G By whom was Jesus of Nazareth accredited to you?
God. (2:22)

G By what was Jesus of Nazareth accredited by God to you?
Miracles, wonders and signs. (2:22)

G Who did miracles, wonders and signs?
God through Jesus. (2:22)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 22, what do you know?
God did miracles, wonders and signs among you. (2:22)

G Who was handed over to you by God‟s set purpose and foreknowledge?
This man. (2:23)

G By what was this man handed over to you?
God‟s set purpose and foreknowledge. (2:23)
G Who put him to death by nailing him to the cross?
You, with the help of wicked men. (2:23)
G How did you put him to death?
By nailing his to the cross. (2:23)

G Who raised him from the death?
God. (2:24)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 24, how did God raise him from the dead?
Freeing him from the agony of death. (2:24)

G Why did God raise him from the dead?
Because it was impossible for death to keep its hold on him. (2:24)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 24, what was impossible?
For death to keep its hold on him. (2:24)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 25, what did David say about him?
“I saw the Lord always before me. Because he is at my right hand, I will not be
shaken.” (2:25)

G Who saw the Lord always before me?
David. (2:25)

G Where did David see the Lord?
Always before me. (2:25)

G Where is the Lord?
At my right hand. (2:25)

G Who is at my right hand?
The Lord. (2:25)

G At whose right hand is the Lord?
David‟s. (2:25)
A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 25, what will I not be?
Shaken. (2:25)

G What is glad?
My heart. (2:26)

G Whose heart is glad?
David‟s. (2:26)

G What rejoices?
My tongue. (2:26)

G Whose tongue rejoices?
David‟s. (2:26)

X Context question: 2 part question: What is glad and what rejoices?
David‟s heart, David‟s tongue. (2:26)
G What will also live in hope?
My body. (2:26)
G Where will David‟s body live?
In hope. (2:26)

G Why will my body also live in hope?
You will not abandon me to the grave, nor will you let your Holy One see decay.
(2:26-27)

G To what will you not abandon me?
The grave. (2:27)

G What will you not let your Holy One see?
Decay. (2:27)

G What have you made known to me?
The paths of life. (2:28)

G To whom have you made known the paths of life?
David. (2:28)

G In what will you fill me with joy?
Your presence. (2:28)

G With what will you fill me?
Joy. (2:28)

G What can I tell you confidently?
The patriarch David died and was buried and his tomb is here to this day. (2:29)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 29, who died?
The patriarch David. (2:29)

G Who was the patriarch?
David. (2:29)

G What is here to this day?
David‟s tomb. (2:29)

G Who was a prophet?
David. (2:30)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 30, what did David know?
That God had promised him on oath that he would place one of his descendants
on his throne. (2:30)

G What did God promise David?
That he would place one of his descendants on the throne. (2:30)

G Where would God place one of David‟s descendants?
On the throne. (2:30)

G How did God promise David that he would place one of his descendants on the
throne?
On oath. (2:30)
G Why did David speak of the resurrection of the Christ?
Seeing what was ahead. (2:31)

G Of what did David speak?
The resurrection of the Christ. (2:31)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 32, where has God raised Jesus?
To life. (2:32)

G Of what are we all witnesses?
Of the fact. (2:32)

G To what has God exacted Jesus?
The right hand of God. (2:33)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 33, what has Jesus received from the
Father?
The promised Holy Spirit. (2:33)

G What has God poured out?
What you now see and hear. (2:33)

G Who did not ascend to heaven?
David. (2:34)

G Where did David not ascend?
Heaven. (2:34)

G What did the Lord say to my lord?
“Sit at my right hand until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet.” (2:34-
35)

G Where sit?
My right hand. (2:34)


G Until when sit at my right hand?
I make your enemies a footstool for your feet. (2:34-35)

G What will I make your enemies?
A footstool for your feet. (2:35)

G Who will I make a footstool for your feet?
Your enemies. (2:35)

G Of what let all Israel be assured?
God has made this Jesus who you crucified both Lord and Christ. (2:36)

G What has God made this Jesus?
Both Lord and Christ. (2:36)
G Whom did you crucify?
This Jesus. (2:36)
G When were the people cut to the heart?
When they heard this. (2:37)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 37, what were they?
Cut to the heart. (2:37)

G What did the people say to Peter and the other apostles?
“Brothers, what shall we do?” (2:37)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 38, what be?
Baptized. (2:38)

G Whom repent and be baptized?
Every one of you. (2:38)

G In what name repent and be baptized?
Jesus Christ. (2:38)

G For what repent and be baptized?
The forgiveness of your sins. (2:38)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 38, what will you receive?
The gift of the Holy Spirit. (2:38)

G What gift will you receive?
The gift of the Holy Spirit. (2:38)

G For whom is the promise?
You and your children and for all who are far off—for all whom the Lord our God
will call. (2:39)

G What is for you and your children and for all who are far off?
The promise. (2:39)

G With what did Peter warn them?
Many other words. (2:40)
G How did Peter warn them?
With many other words. (2:40)

G What did Peter plead with them?
“Save yourselves from this corrupt generation.” (2:40)

G From what save yourselves?
This corrupt generation. (2:40)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 41, who were baptized?
Those who accepted this message. (2:41)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 41, Who were added to their number that
day?
About three thousand. (2:41)
G To what did they devote themselves?
The apostles‟ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to
prayer. (2:42)

X Context question: 4 part question: To what did they devote themselves?
The apostles‟ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to
prayer. (2:42)

A According to Acts chapter 2 verse 43, who was filled with awe?
Everyone. (2:43)

G What were done by the apostles?
Many wonders and miraculous signs. (2:43)

G By whom were wonders and miraculous signs done?
The apostles. (2:43)
G Who were together?
All the believers. (2:44)

G Where were all the believers?
Together. (2:44)

G What did all the believers have in common?
Everything. (2:44)

G What did all the believers sell?
Their possessions and goods. (2:45)

G To whom did the believers give?
Anyone as he had need. (2:45)

G When did they continue to meet together in the temple courts?
Every day. (2:46)

G Where did they continue to meet together?
In the temple courts. (2:46)
G Where did they break bread?
In their homes. (2:46)

G With what did they eat together?
Glad and sincere hearts. (2:46)

G Whom did they praise?
God. (2:47)

G Whose favor did they enjoy?
All the people. (2:47)

G What did the Lord add to their number?
Those who were being saved. (2:47)
G When did the Lord add to their number those who were being saved?
Daily. (2:47)

G Who added to their number daily those who were being saved?
The Lord. (2:47)

                                         Chapter 3

G When were Peter and John going up to the temple?
At the time of prayer—at three in the afternoon. (3:1)

G Who were going up to the temple at the time of prayer?
Peter and John. (3:1)

G Where were Peter and John going at the time of prayer?
Up to the temple. (3:1)

G Who was crippled from birth?
A man. (3:2)

G From what was a man crippled?
Birth. (3:2)

G Who was being carried to the temple gate called Beautiful?
A man crippled from birth. (3:2)

G What was the temple gate called?
Beautiful. (3:2)

G What was called Beautiful?
The temple gate. (3:2)

G Where was a man being carried?
To the temple gate called Beautiful. (3:2)

G From whom was he put every day to beg?
Those going into the temple courts. (3:2)
G Whom did he ask for money?
Peter and John. (3:3)

G When did he ask Peter and John for money?
When he saw them about to enter. (3:3)

G Who looked straight at him?
Peter as did John. (3:4)

G When did the man give them his attention?
When Peter said: “Look at us!” (3:4-5)

G Why did the man give them his attention?
Expecting to get something from them. (3:5)
A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 6, what do I not have?
Silver or gold. (3:6)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 6, what do I give you?
What I have. (3:6)

G In whose name walk?
Jesus Christ of Nazareth. (3:6)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 7, by what did he take him?
The right hand. (3:7)

G How did Peter help him up?
Taking him by the right hand. (3:7)

G What became strong?
The man‟s feet and ankles. (3:7)
G What did the man‟s feet and ankles become?
Strong. (3:7)

G When did the man‟s feet and ankles become strong?
Instantly. (3:7)

G To what did he jump?
His feet. (3:8)

G How did the man go with them into the temple courts?
Walking and jumping and praising God. (3:8)

G Where did the man go walking and jumping and praising God?
With them into the temple courts. (3:8)

G Who saw him walking and praising God?
All the people. (3:9)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 9, how did all the people see him?
Walking and praising God. (3:9)
A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 10, how did they recognize him?
As the same man who used to sit begging at the temple gate called Beautiful.
(3:10)

G Who used to sit begging?
The same man. (3:10)

G Where did the same man used to sit begging?
The temple gate called Beautiful. (3:10)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 10, with what were they filled?
Wonder and amazement at what had happened to him. (3:10)
G Who held on to Peter and John?
The beggar. (3:11)
G On to whom did the beggar hold?
Peter and John. (3:11)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 11, who were astonished?
All the people. (3:11)

G Where did all the people come running to them?
In the place called Solomon‟s Colonnade. (3:11)

G When did all the people come running to them in the place called Solomon‟s
colonnade?
While the beggar held on to Peter and John. (3:11)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 11, what was the place called?
Solomon‟s colonnade. (3:11)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 12, who saw this?
Peter. (3:12)

G How do you stare at us?
As if by our own power or godliness we had made this man walk. (3:12)

X Context question: 3 part answer, of whom is the God of our fathers the God?
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. (3:13)

G Who has glorified his servant Jesus?
The God of our fathers. (3:13)

G Whom has the God of our fathers glorified?
His servant Jesus. (3:13)

G Before whom did you disown him?
Pilate. (3:13)

G Who had decided to let him go?
Pilate. (3:13)

G What had Pilate decided?
To let him go. (3:13)
A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 14, whom did you disown?
The Holy and Righteous One. (3:14)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 14, what did you ask?
That a murderer be released to you. (3:14)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 15, whom did you kill?
The author of life. (3:15)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 15, whom did God raise from the dead?
The author of life. (3:15)
G Who raised the author of life from the dead?
God. (3:15)
A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 15, of what are we witnesses?
You killed the author of life but God raised him from the dead. (3:15)

G Who was made strong?
This man whom you see and know. (3:16)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 16, whom do you see and know?
This man. (3:16)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 16, what comes through him?
The faith. (3:16)

G What can you all see?
It is Jesus‟ name and the faith that comes through him that has given this
complete healing to him. (3:16)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 17, what do I know?
You acted in ignorance. (3:17)

G Who acted in ignorance?
You as did your leaders. (3:17)

G How did you and your leaders act?
In ignorance. (3:17)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 18, what did God fulfill?
What he had foretold through all the prophets. (3:18)

G Who would suffer?
His Christ. (3:18)

G Why repent and turn to God?
So that your sins may be wiped out. (3:19)

G What may be wiped out?
Your sins. (3:19)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 19, what may come from the Lord?
Times of refreshing. (3:19)
G Who has been appointed for you?
Jesus. (3:20)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 20, whom may he send?
The Christ who has been appointed for you. (3:20)

G Where must he remain?
In heaven. (3:21)

G Until when must he remain in heaven?
Until the time comes for him to restore everything. (3:21)
A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 22, what did Moses say?
“The Lord your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among your own
people. (3:22)
G Who will raise up for you a prophet like me from among your own people?
The Lord your God. (3:22)

G From among whom will the Lord raise up a prophet?
Your own people. (3:22)

G What will the Lord raise up from among your own people?
A prophet like Moses. (3:22)

G To what must you listen?
Everything he tells you. (3:22)

G What will happen to anyone who does not listen to him?
Will be completely cut off from among his people. (3:23)

G Who will be completely cut off from among his people?
Anyone who does not listen to him. (3:23)

G From whom will anyone who does not listen to him be completely cut off?
His own people. (3:23)

G Who have foretold these days?
All the prophets from Samuel on. (3:24)

G What prophets have foretold these days?
All from Samuel on. (3:24)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 25, what are you?
Heirs of the prophets and of the covenant God made with your fathers. (3:25)

G Of whom are you heirs?
The prophets and the covenant God made with your fathers. (3:25)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 25, what did God make with your fathers?
The covenant. (3:25)

G Through what will all peoples on earth be blessed?
Your offspring. (3:25)
G Who will be blessed through your offspring?
All peoples on earth. (3:25)

G Through whose offspring will all peoples on earth be blessed?
Abrahams. (3:25)

G Whom did God raise up?
His servant. (3:26)

A According to Acts chapter 3 verse 26, to whom did god send him?
First to you to bless you by turning each of you from your wicked ways. (3:26)

                                  Chapter 4
A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 1, who came up to Peter and John?
The priests and the captain of the temple guard and the Sadducees. (4:1)

G When did the priests and the captain of the temple guard and the Sadducees
come up to Peter and John?
While they were speaking to the people. (4:1)

G To whom did the priests and the captain of the temple guard and the
Sadducees come?
Peter and John. (4:1)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 2, what were they?
Greatly disturbed. (4:2)

G Why were they greatly disturbed?
Because the apostles were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the
resurrection of the dead. (4:2)

G Whom were the apostles teaching?
The people. (4:2)

G Who were teaching the people?
The apostles. (4:2)

G What were the apostles proclaiming in Jesus?
The resurrection of the dead. (4:2)

G Whom did the priests and the captain of the temple guard and the Sadducees
seize?
Peter and John. (4:3)

G Where did they put Peter and John?
Jail. (4:3)

G Until when did they put Peter and John in jail?
Until the next day. (4:3)
G Why did they put Peter and John in jail until the next day?
Because it was evening. (4:3)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 3, what was it?
Evening. (4:3)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 4, who believed?
Many who heard the message. (4:4)
G What grew to about five thousand?
The number of men. (4:4)

G To what did the number of men grow?
Five thousand. (4:4)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 5, who met in Jerusalem?
The rulers, elders and teachers of the law. (4:5)

G When did the rulers, elders and teachers of the law meet in Jerusalem?
The next day. (4:5)

G Where did the rulers, elders and teachers of the law meet?
Jerusalem. (4:5)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 6, who was there?
Annas the high priest, Caiaphas, John, Alexander and the other men of the high
priest‟s family. (4:6)

G Who was Annas?
The high priest. (4:6)

G Who was the high priest?
Annas. (4:6)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 7, whom did they have brought before
them?
Peter and John. (4:7)

G What did they begin to question Peter and John?
“By what power or what name did you do this?” (4:7)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 8, who was filled with the Holy Spirit?
Peter. (4:8)

G With what was Peter filled?
The Holy Spirit. (4:8)

G What if we are being called to account today for an act of kindness shown to a
cripple and are asked how he was healed?
Know this, you and all the people of Israel: It is by the name of Jesus Christ of
Nazareth, whom you crucified, but whom God raised from the dead, that this
man stands before you healed. (4:9-10)
G For what are we being called to account today?
An act of kindness shown to a cripple. (4:9)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 9, what are we asked?
How he was healed. (4:9)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 10, who know this?
You and all the people of Israel. (4:10)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 10, what know?
It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth whom you crucified but whom God
raised from the dead that this man stands before you healed. (4:10)

G Whom did you crucify?
Jesus Christ of Nazareth. (4:10)

G Who crucified Jesus Christ of Nazareth?
You and all the people of Israel. (4:10)

G By what does this man stand before you healed?
The name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. (4:10)

G Who raised Jesus from the dead?
God. (4:10)

G How does this man stand before you?
Healed. (4:10)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 11, who is he?
The stone you builders rejected, which has become a capstone. (4:11)

G What did the builders reject?
The stone which has become a capstone. (4:11)

G What has the stone you builders rejected become?
A capstone. (4:11)

G What is found in no one else?
Salvation. (4:12)

G In whom is salvation found?
No one else. (4:12)
G Why is salvation found in no one else?
There is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved.
(4:12)

G Where is there no other name by which we must be saved?
Under heaven. (4:12)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 12, what must we be?
Saved. (4:12)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 13, what did they see?
The courage of Peter and John. (4:13)

G Whose courage did they see?
Peter and John. (4:13)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 13, what did they realize?
These men were unschooled, ordinary men. (4:13)

G What were these men?
Unschooled, ordinary men. (4:13)

G Who were unschooled, ordinary men?
Peter and John. (4:13)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 13, what were they?
Astonished. (4:13)

G What did they take note?
These men had been with Jesus. (4:13)

G Who had been with Jesus?
These men. (4:13)

G Whom could they see?
The man who had been healed standing there with them. (4:14)

G Who was standing there with them?
The man who had been healed. (4:14)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 14, what could they say?
Nothing. (4:14)
A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 15, what did they order them?
To withdraw from the Sanhedrin. (4:15)

G When did they confer together?
When they ordered them to withdraw from the Sanhedrin. (4:15)

G What does everybody living in Jerusalem know?
They have done an outstanding miracle. (4:16)

G Who knows they have done an outstanding miracle?
Everyone living in Jerusalem. (4:16)

G What can we not deny?
They have done an outstanding miracle. (4:16)

G What must we do to stop this thing from spreading any further among the
people?
Warn these men to speak no longer to anyone is this name. (4:17)

G Why must we warn these men to speak no longer to anyone in this name?
To stop this thing from spreading any further among the people. (4:17)

G Among whom must we stop this thing from spreading any further?
The people. (4:17)

G What must we warn these men?
To speak no longer to anyone in this name. (4:17)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 18, what did they command them?
Not to speak to teach at all in the name of Jesus. (4:18)

G In what did they command them not to speak or teach?
The name of Jesus. (4:18)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 19, what did Peter and John reply?
“Judge for yourselves whether it is right in God‟s sight to obey you rather than
God.” (4:19)

G What judge for yourselves?
Whether it is right in God‟s sight to obey you rather than God. (4:19)

G About what can we not help speaking?
What we have seen and heard. (4:20)
G When did they let them go?
After further threats. (4:21)

G Why could they not decide how to punish them?
Because all the people were praising God for what had happened. (4:21)

G What could they not decide?
How to punish them. (4:21)

G Why were all the people praising God for what had happened?
For the man who was miraculously healed was over forty years old. (4:22)

G Who was over forty years old?
The man who was miraculously healed. (4:22)

G How old was the man who was miraculously healed?
Over forty years old. (4:22)

G When did Peter and John go back to their own people?
On their release. (4:23)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 23, where did Peter and John go?
Back to their own people. (4:23)

G What did Peter and John report?
All that the chief priests and elders had said to them. (4:23)

G Who reported all the chief priests and elders had said to them?
Peter and John. (4:23)

G Who raised their voices together in prayer to God?
Their own people. (4:23-24)

G When did they raise their voices together in prayer to God?
The chief priests and elders. (4:24)

G Who made the heaven and the earth and the sea and everything in them?
Sovereign Lord. (4:24)

X Context question: 4 part question: What did the Sovereign Lord make?
The heaven and earth and sea and everything in them. (4:24)

G By whom did you speak through the mouth of your servant, our father David?
The Holy Spirit. (4:25)
G Through whose mouth did you speak by the Holy Spirit?
David. (4:25)


A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 25, who is our father?
David. (4:25)

G Who rage?
The nations. (4:25)

G Who plot in vain?
The peoples. (4:25)

G Who take their stand?
The kings of the earth. (4:26)

G Who gather together?
The rulers. (4:26)

G Against whom do the rulers gather together?
The Lord and his Anointed one. (4:26)

G Who met together with the Gentiles and the people of Israel in this city?
Herod and Pontius Pilate. (4:27)

G With whom did Herod and Pontius Pilate meet together?
The Gentiles and the people of Israel in this city. (4:27)

G Why did Herod and Pontius Pilate meet together?
To conspire against your holy servant Jesus. (4:27)

G Whom did you anoint?
Jesus. (4:27)

G Against whom did Herod and Pontius Pilate conspire?
Your holy servant Jesus. (4:27)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 28, what did they do?
What your power and will had decided beforehand should happen. (4:28)

G When did your power and will decide what should happen?
Beforehand. (4:28)
A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 29, what consider?
Their threats. (4:29)

G What enable your servants?
To speak your word with great boldness. (4:29)


G With what enable your servants to speak your word?
Great boldness. (4:29)

G How enable your servants to speak your word?
Great boldness. (4:29)


G What stretch out?
Your hand. (4:30)

G Why stretch out your hand?
To heal and perform miraculous signs and wonders through the name of your
holy servant Jesus. (4:30)

G Through what stretch out your hand to heal and perform miraculous signs and
wonders?
The name of your holy servant Jesus. (4:30)

G What happened after they prayed?
The place where they were meeting was shaken. (4:31)

G What was shaken?
The place where they were meeting. (4:31)

G When was the place where they were meeting shaken?
After they prayed. (4:31)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 31, with what were they filled?
The Holy Spirit. (4:31)

G How did they speak the word of God?
Boldly. (4:31)

G What were all the believers?
One in heart and mind. (4:32)

G Who were one in heart and mind?
All the believers. (4:32)

G How were all the believers one?
Heart and mind. (4:32)

G What did no one claim?
Any of his possessions was his own. (4:32)


G What did all the believers share?
Everything they had. (4:32)

G How did the apostles continue to testify to the resurrection of Lord Jeuss?
With great power. (4:33)

G Who continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus?
The apostles. (4:33)

G To what did the apostles continue to testify?
The resurrection of the Lord Jesus. (4:33)

G What was upon them all?
Much grace. (4:33)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 34, what was there?
No needy persons among them. (4:34)

G What happened from time to time?
Those who owned lands or houses sold them, brought the money from the sales
and put it at the apostles‟ feet and it was distributed to anyone as he had need.
(4:34-35)

G Who sold them?
Those who owned lands or houses. (4:34)

A According to Acts chapter 4 verse 34, who brought the money from the sales?
Those who owned lands or houses. (4:34)

G How was it distributed?
To anyone as he had need. (4:35)

G Who was a Levite from Cyprus?
Joseph. (4:36)
G From where was Joseph a Levite?
Cyprus. (4:36)

G What did the apostles call Joseph?
Barnabas. (4:36)

G Whom did the apostles call Barnabas?
Joseph. (4:36)

G What does Barnabas mean?
Son of Encouragement. (4:36)

G What means son of encouragement?
Barnabas. (4:36)

G Who sold a field he owned?
Barnabas. (Joseph) (4:37)

G Where did Barnabas put the money from the sales?
at the apostles‟ feet. (4:37)

             Chapter 5

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 1, what was a man named?
Ananias. (5:1)

G Who was Ananias‟ wife?
Sapphira. (5:1)

G Whose wife was Sapphira?
Ananias‟. (5:1)

G Who also sold a piece of property?
A man named Ananias together with his wife Sapphira. (5:1)

G What did Ananias sell?
A piece of property. (5:1)

G Who kept back part of the money for himself?
Ananias. (5:2)

G With whose knowledge did Ananias keep back part of the money for himself?
His wife‟s. (5:2)
G What did Ananias do with his wife‟s full knowledge?
Kept back part of the money for himself, but brought the rest and put it at the
apostle‟s feet. (5:2)

G At whose feet did Ananias put the rest of the money?
The apostles‟. (5:2)

G Who has so filled Ananias‟ heart?
Satan. (5:3)

G Whose heart has Satan so filled?
Ananias‟. (5:3)


G How has Satan so filled Ananias‟ heart?
That he has lied to the Holy Spirit. (5:3)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 3, to whom has Ananias lied?
The Holy Spirit. (5:3)

G What has Ananias kept for himself?
Some of the money he received for the land. (5:3)

G What belonged to you before it was sold?
The land. (5:4)

G To whom did the land belong before it was sold?
Ananias. (5:4)

G When did the land belong to Ananias?
Before it was sold. (5:4)

G What was at your disposal?
The money. (5:4)

G When was the money at your disposal?
After it was sold. (5:4)

G To whom has Ananias not lied?
Men. (5:4)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 4, to whom has Ananias lied?
God. (5:4)
G When did Ananias fall down and die?
When he heard this. (5:5)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 5, who fell down and died?
Ananias. (5:5)

G What seized all who heard what had happened?
Great fear. (5:5)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 5, whom did great fear seize?
All who heard what had happened. (5:5)

G Who came forward?
The young men. (5:6)


G Who wrapped up his body?
The young men. (5:6)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 6, what did the young men do?
Come forward, wrapped up his body, carried him out and buried him. (5:6)

G When did Ananias‟ wife come in?
About three hours later. (5:7)


G Who came in about three hours later?
Ananias‟ wife. (5:7)

G How did Ananias‟ wife come in?
Not knowing what had happened. (5:7)

G What did Peter ask Sapphira?
“Tell me, is this the price that you and Ananias got for the land?” (5:8)

G What did Sapphira agree?
To test the spirit of the Lord. (5:9)

G Whom did Sapphira agree to test?
The spirit of the Lord. (5:9)

G What are at the door?
The feet of the men who buried your husband. (5:9)
G Who will carry you out also?
The men who buried your husband. (5:9)

G When did Sapphira fall down and die?
At that moment. (5:10)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 10, who came in?
The young men. (5:10)

G How did the young men find her?
Dead. (5:10)

G Where did the young men bury her?
Beside her husband. (5:10)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 11, whom did great fear seize?
The whole church and all who heard about these events. (5:11)

G What seized the whole church and all who heard about these events?
Great fear. (5:11)

G Who performed many miraculous signs and wonders among the people?
The apostles. (5:12)

G What did the apostles perform?
Many miraculous signs and wonders among the people. (5:12)

G Where did all the believers used to meet together?
In Solomon‟s colonnade. (5:12)

G Who used to meet together in Solomon‟s colonnade?
All the believers. (5:12)

G Who dared join them?
No one else. (5:13)

G By whom were they highly regarded?
The people. (5:13)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 14, who believed in the Lord?
More and more men and women. (5:14)

G In whom did more and more men and women believe?
The Lord. (5:14)
A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 14, who were added to their number?
More and more men and women. (5:14)

G Who brought the sick into the street?
People. (5:14)

G Whom did people bring into the streets?
The sick. (5:14)

G Where did people bring the sick?
Into the streets. (5:14)

G Where did people lay the sick?
On beds and mats. (5:14)

G Why did people bring the sick into the streets and laid them on beds and
mats?
So that at least Peter‟s shadow might fall on some of them as he passed by.
(5:14)


G What might fall on some of them?
Peter‟s shadow. (5:14)

G Where might Peter‟s shadow fall?
On some of the sick. (5:14)

G When might Peter‟s shadow fall on some of the sick?
As he passed by. (5:14)


G Where did crowds gather?
From the towns around Jerusalem. (5:16)

G Whom did crowds bring?
Their sick and those tormented by evil spirits. (5:16)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 16, who were healed?
All of the sick and those tormented by evil spirits. (5:16)

G Who were members of the party of the Sadducees?
The high priest‟s associates. (5:17)
G Who were filled with jealousy?
The high priest and all his associates who were members of the party of the
Sadducees. (5:17)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 17, with what were they filled?
Jealousy. (5:17)

G Whom did the high priest and his associates arrest?
The apostles. (5:18)

G Who arrested the apostles?
The high priest and his associates who were members of the party of the
Sadducees. (5:18)

G Where did they put the apostles?
In the public jail. (5:18)

G Whom did they put in the public jail?
The apostles. (5:18)

G Who opened the doors of the jail and brought them out?
An angel of the Lord. (5:19)


G What did an angel of the Lord open?
The doors of the jail. (5:19)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 20, Where stand?
In the temple courts. (5:20)

G What tell the people?
The full message of this new life. (5:20)

G Where did they enter at daybreak?
The temple courts. (5:21)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 21, where did they enter?
The temple courts. (5:21)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 21, when did they enter the temple courts?
As they had been told. (5:21)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 21, who arrived?
The high priest and his associates. (5:21)
G Whom did the high priest and his associates call together?
The Sanhedrin. (5:21)

G Who called together the Sanhedrin?
The high priest and his associates. (5:21)

G What was the full assembly of the elders of Israel?
The Sanhedrin. (5:21)

G For whom did they send to the jail?
The apostles. (5:21)

G When did the officers not find them there?
On arriving at the jail. (5:22)

G Where did the officers arrive?
The jail. (5:22)

G Where did the officers not find the apostles?
In the jail. (5:22)

G What did the officers report?
“We found the jail securely locked with the guards standing at the doors; but
when we opened them we found no one inside.” (5:22-23)

G What did we find securely locked?
The jail. (5:23)

G How did we find the jail?
Securely locked with the guards standing at the doors. (5:23)

G When did we find no one inside?
When we opened the doors. (5:23)

X Context question: 2 part question: how did we find the jail and whom did we
find inside?
Securely locked with the guards standing at the doors; no one. (5:23)

G Who were puzzled?
The captain of the temple guard and the chief priests. (5:24)

G When were the captain of the temple guard and the chief priests puzzled?
On hearing this report. (5:24)
G Why were they puzzled?
Wondering what would come of this. (5:24)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 25, who came?
Someone. (5:25)

G What did someone come and say?
“Look! The men you put in jail are standing in the temple courts teaching the
people.” (5:25)

G Where are the men you put in jail standing?
The temple courts. (5:25)

G Who went with his officers?
The captain. (5:26)

G With whom did the captain go?
His officers. (5:26)

G Whom did the captain bring?
The apostles. (5:26)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 26, who brought the apostles?
The captain. (5:26)

G Why did they not use force?
Because they feared that the people would stone them. (5:26)
G What did they fear?
The people would stone them. (5:26)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 27, before whom did they make them
appear?
The Sanhedrin. (5:27)

G Why did they make them stand before the Sanhedrin?
To be questioned by the high priest. (5:27)

G Before whom did they make them stand to be questioned by the high priest?
The Sanhedrin. (5:27)

G Whom did they make appear before the Sanhedrin?
The apostles. (5:27)
G What strict orders did we give you?
Not to teach in this name. (5:28)

G What kind of orders not to teach in this name?
Strict. (5:28)

G With what have you filled Jerusalem?
Your teaching. (5:28)

G Whom have you filled with your teaching?
Jerusalem. (5:28)

G What are you determined?
To make us guilty of this man‟s blood. (5:28)

G Of what are you determined to make us guilty?
This man‟s blood. (5:28)

G What did Peter and the other apostles reply?
“We must obey God rather than men.” (5:29)

G Whom must we obey?
God. (5:29)

G Rather than whom must we obey God?
Men. (5:29)

G Who raised Jesus from the dead?
God. (5:30)


A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 30, who raised Jesus from the dead?
The God of our fathers. (5:30)

G Which Jesus did the God of our fathers raise from the dead?
The one you had killed by hanging him on the tree. (5:30)

G How did you have Jesus killed?
By hanging him on the tree. (5:30)

G To what did God exalt Jesus?
To his own right hand. (5:31)

G How did God exalt him to his own right hand?
As prince and savior. (5:31)

G Who exalted Jesus to his own right hand?
God. (5:31)

G Whom did God exalt to his own right hand?
Jesus. (5:31)

G Why did God exalt Jesus to his own right hand as prince and savior?
That he might give repentance and forgiveness of sins to Israel. (5:31)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 31, what might Jesus give to Israel?
Repentance and forgiveness of sins. (5:31)

G To whom might Jesus give repentance and forgiveness of sins?
Israel. (5:31)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 32, who are witnesses of these thigns?
We and the Holy Spirit. (5:32)

G Whom has God given to those who obey him?
The Holy Spirit. (5:32)

G To whom has God given the Holy Spirit?
Those who obey him. (5:32)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 33, what were they?
Furious. (5:33)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 33, what did they want?
To put them to death. (5:33)


G When did they want to put them to death?
When they heard this. (5:33)

G Who was named Gamaliel?
A Pharisee. (5:34)

G What was a Pharisee named?
Gamaliel. (5:34)


G Who was a teacher of the law who was honored by all the people?
A Pharisee named Gamailiel. (5:34)

G Who was honored by all the people?
A Pharisee named Gamaliel. (5:34)

G Who stood up in the Sanhedrin?
Gamaliel. (5:34)

X Context question: 3 part question, in Acts chapter 5, what did Gamaliel do?
Stood up in the Sanhedrin, ordered the men to be put outside, addressed them.
(5:34-35)

G What consider carefully?
What you intend to do to these men. (5:35)

G When did Theudas appear?
Some time ago. (5:36)

G Who appeared some time ago?
Theudas. (5:36)

G How did Theudas appear?
Claiming to be somebody. (5:36)

G How many men rallied to him?
Four hundred. (5:36)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 36, who was killed?
Theudas. (5:36)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 36, whose followers were scattered?
Theudas. (5:36)

G What all came to nothing?
Theodus appeared claiming to be somebody. (5:36)

G When did Judas the Galilean appear?
In the days of the census. (5:37)

G Who appeared after Theudas?
Judas the Galilean. (5:37)

G Who appeared in the days of the census?
Judas the Galilean. (5:37)
A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 37, who appeared?
Judas the Galilean. (5:37)

G Who led a band of people in revolt?
Judas the Galilean. (5:37)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 37, who was killed?
Judas the Galilean. (5:37)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 37, whose followers were scattered?
Judas the Galilean. (5:37)

X Context question: Two part answer: Whose followers were scattered?
Theudas, Judas the Galilean. (5:36-37)

G What do I advise you in the present case?
Leave these men alone! Let them go. (5:38)

G Why leave these men alone?
If their purpose or activity is of human origin, it will fail. But if it is from God,
you will not be able to stop these men; you will only find yourselves fighting
against God. (5:38-39)

G What if their purpose or activity is of human origin?
It will fail. (5:38)

G When will it fail?
If it is of human origin. (5:38)

G What if it is from God?
You will not be able to stop these men. You will only find yourselves fighting
against God. (5:39)

G When will you not be able to stop these men?
If it is from God. (5:39)

G Against whom will you only find yourselves fighting?
God. (5:39)

G Whose speech persuaded them?
Gamaliel. (5:40)
G Whom did they have flogged?
The apostles. (5:40)


A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 40, what did they order them?
Not to speak in the name of Jesus. (5:40)

A According to Acts chapter 5 verse 41, who left the Sanhedrin?
The apostles. (5:41)

G How did the apostles leave the Sanhedrin?
Rejoicing. (5:41)

G Why did the apostles leave the Sanhedrin rejoicing?
Because they had been counted worthy of suffering disgrace for the Name.
(5:41)

G Of what had they been counted worthy?
Suffering disgrace for the Name. (5:41)

G For what had they been found worthy of suffering disgrace?
The Name. (5:41)

G When did they never stop teaching and proclaiming the Good news that Jesus
is the Christ?
Day after day. (5:42)

G Where did they never stop teaching and proclaiming the Good news that Jesus
is the Christ?
In the temple courts and from house to house. (5:42)

G What did they never stop proclaiming?
The good news that Jesus is the Christ. (5:42)

G Who is the Christ?
Jesus. (5:42)

                          Chapter 6

G What was increasing in those days?
The number of disciples. (6:1)

G When was the number of disciples increasing?
In those days. (6:1)
G Who complained against the Hebraic Jews?
The Grecian Jews. (6:1)

G Against whom did the Grecian Jews complain?
The Hebraic Jews. (6:1)

G Why did the Grecian Jews complain against the Hebraic Jews?
Because their widows were being overlooked in the daily distribution of food.
(6:1)

G In what were their widows being overlooked?
The daily distribution of food. (6:1)

G In what distribution were their widows being overlooked?
Food. (6:1)

G Who gathered all the disciples together?
The Twelve. (6:2)

G Whom did the Twelve gather?
All the disciples. (6:2)

G What would not be right?
For us to neglect the ministry of the word of God in order to wait on tables. (6:2)

G What ministry would it not be right for us to neglect?
The word of God. (6:2)

G Why would it not be right for us to neglect the ministry of the word of God?
In order to wait on tables. (6:2)

G Whom choose?
Seven men from among you. (6:3)

A According to Acts chapter 6 verse 3, which seven men choose?
Who are known to be full of the Spirit and wisdom. (6:3)

G Of what are the seven men to be full?
The Spirit and wisdom. (6:3)

G What will we turn over to the seven men?
This responsibility. (6:3)
G Over to whom will we turn this responsibility?
The seven men. (6:3)

G To what will we give our attention?
Prayer and the ministry of the word. (6:4)

G What pleased the whole group?
This proposal. (6:5)

X Context question: 7 part answer, whom did they choose?
Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy spirit, Philip, Procorus, Nicanor,
Timon, Parmenas and Nicolas from Antioch. (6:5)

G Who was full of faith and of the Holy Spirit?
Stephen. (6:5)

A According to Acts chapter 6 verse 5, of what was Stephen full?
Faith and of the Holy Spirit. (6:5)

G Who was from Antioch?
Nicolas. (6:5)

G Who was a convert to Judaism?
Nicolas. (6:5)

G From where was Nicolas?
Antioch. (6:5)

G Whom did they present to the apostles?
These men. (6:6)

G On whom did they lay their hands?
These men. (6:6)

G Who laid their hands on these men?
The apostles. (6:6)

G What spread?
The word of God. (6:7)

G What increased rapidly?
The number of disciples in Jerusalem. (6:7)

G Where did the number of disciples increase rapidly?
In Jerusalem. (6:7)

G Who became obedient to the faith?
A large number of priests. (6:7)

G To what did a large number of priests become obedient?
The faith. (6:7)

G Who was a man full of God‟s grace and power?
Stephen. (6:8)

A According to Acts chapter 6 verse 8, of what was Stephen full?
God‟s grace and power. (6:8)

G Who did great wonders and miraculous signs among the people?
Stephen. (6:8)

G What did Stephen do?
Great wonders and miraculous signs among the people. (6:8)

G What arose?
Opposition. (6:9)

G From whom did opposition arise?
The synagogue of the Freedmen—Jews of Cyrene and Alexandria as well as the
provinces of Cilicia and Asia. (6:9)

G With whom did these men begin to argue?
Stephen. (6:9)

G Against what could they not stand up?
His wisdom of the spirit by whom he spoke. (6:10)

G By whom did Stephen speak?
The Spirit. (6:10)

G What did they secretly persuade some men to say?
We have heard Stephen speak words of blasphemy against Moses and against
God. (6:11)

G How did they persuade some men to say: “We have heard Stephen speak
words of blasphemy against Moses and against God”?
Secretly. (6:11)
G Against whom have we heard Stephen speak words of blasphemy?
Moses and God. (6:11)
X Context question: 2 part question: Against whom have we heard Stephen
speak words of blasphemy?
Moses and God. (6:11)

G Whom have we heard speak words of blasphemy against Moses and God?
Stephen. (6:11)

G Whom did they stir up?
The people and the elders and the teachers of the law. (6:12)

A According to Acts chapter 6 verse 12, whom did they seize?
Stephen. (6:12)

G Before whom did they bring Stephen?
The Sanhedrin. (6:12)

A According to Acts chapter 6 verse 13, whom did they produce?
False witnesses. (6:13)

G What did the false witnesses testify?
“This fellow never stops speaking against this holy place and against the law.”
(6:13)

G Who never stops speaking against this holy place and against the law?
This fellow. (6:13)

G Against what does this fellow never stop speaking?
This holy place and the law. (6:13)

A According to Acts chapter 6 verse 14, what have we heard him say?
This Jesus of Nazareth will destroy this place and change the customs Moses
handed down to us. (6:14)

G Who will destroy this place?
This Jesus of Nazareth. (6:14)

G What will Jesus of Nazareth change?
The customs Moses handed down to us. (6:14)

G Who handed customs down to us?
Moses. (6:14)

G Who looked intently at Stephen?
All who were sitting in the Sanhedrin. (6:15)
G At whom did all who were sitting in the Sanhedrin look?
Stephen. (6:15)
G How did all who were sitting in the Sanhedrin look at Stephen?
Intently. (6:15)

A According to Acts chapter 6 verse 15, what did they see?
His face was like the face of an angel. (6:15)

G Like what was Stephen‟s face?
The face of an angel. (6:15)

G Whose face was like a face of an angel?
Stephen‟s. (6:15)

                    Chapter 7

G What did the high priest ask him?
Are these charges true? (7:1)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 2, whom listen to me?
Brothers and Fathers. (7:2)

G Who appeared to our father Abraham?
The God of glory. (7:2)

G To whom did the God of glory appear?
Our father Abraham. (7:2)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 2, who is our father?
Abraham. (7:2)

G When did the God of glory appear to our father Abraham?
While he was still in Mesopotamia before he lived in Haran. (7:2)

G Where did Abraham live?
Haran. (7:2)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 3, whom leave?
Your country and your people. (7:3)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 3, where go?
The land I will show you. (7:3)
G What will I show you?
The land. (7:3)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 4, where did he leave?
The land of the Chaldeans. (7:4)
G Where did Abraham settle?
In Haran. (7:4)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 4, where did God send him?
To this land where you are now living. (7:4)

G Who sent Abraham to the land where you are now living?
God. (7:4)

G Whom did God send to the land where you are now living?
Abraham. (7:4)

G When did God send him to the land where you are now living?
After the death of his father. (7:4)

G What did God give Abraham?
No inheritance, not even a foot of ground. (7:5)

G What did God promise Abraham?
He and his descendants after him would possess the land. (7:5)

G Who would possess the land?
Abraham and his descendants after him. (7:5)

G What did Abraham not have at that time?
Child. (7:5)

G Who promised Abraham that he and his descendants after him would possess
the land?
God. (7:5)

G How did God speak to Abraham?
“Your descendants will be strangers in a county not their own, and they will be
enslaved and mistreated four hundred years. But I will punish the nation they
serve as slaves and afterward they will come out of that country and worship me
in this place.” (7:6-7)

G Who will be strangers in a country not their own?
Abraham‟s descendants. (7:6)
G Where will your descendants be strangers?
A country not their own. (7:6)

G How long will they be enslaved and mistreated?
Four hundred years. (7:6)

G Who will be enslaved and mistreated four hundred years?
Abraham‟s descendants. (7:6)
G Whom will I punish?
The nation they serve as slaves. (7:7)

G When will they come out of that country?
Afterward. (7:7)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 7, where will they worship me?
In this place. (7:7)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 8, what did he give Abraham?
The covenant of circumcision. (7:8)

G What covenant did God give Abraham?
Circumcision. (7:8)

G Of whom did Abraham become the father?
Isaac. (7:8)

G Who became the father of Isaac?
Abraham. (7:8)

G When did Abraham circumcise Isaac?
Eight days after he was born. (7:8)

G Who circumcised Isaac eight days after he was born?
Abraham. (7:8)

G Of whom did Isaac become the father?
Jacob. (7:8)

G Who became the father of Jacob?
Isaac. (7:8)

G Of whom did Jacob become the father?
The twelve patriarchs. (7:8)
G Who became the father of the twelve patriarchs?
Jacob. (7:8)

X Context question: 3 part question: Who became the father of Isaac, who
become the father of Jacob and who became the father of the twelve patriarchs?
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob. (7:8)

G Who were jealous of Joseph?
The patriarchs. (7:9)

G Of whom were the patriarchs jealous?
Joseph. (7:9)

G Who were jealous of Joseph?
The patriarchs. (7:9)

G Where did they sell him as a slave?
Into Egypt. (7:9)

G How did they sell him into Egypt?
As a slave. (7:9)

G Why did they sell him as a slave into Egypt?
Because they were jealous of Joseph. (7:9)

G Whom did the patriarch sell as a slave into Egypt?
Joseph. (7:9)

G Who was with Joseph?
God. (7:9)

G Who rescued Joseph from all his troubles?
God. (7:10)

G Whom did God rescue from all his troubles?
Joseph. (7:10)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 10, what did God give Joseph?
Wisdom. (7:10)

G Of whom did God enable Joseph to gain the goodwill?
Pharaoh king of Egypt. (7:10)
G What did God enable Joseph to do?
Gain the goodwill of Pharaoh king of Egypt. (7:10)

G Who was the king of Egypt?
Pharaoh. (7:10)

G Of what was Pharaoh the king?
Egypt. (7:10)

G What did Pharaoh make Joseph?
Ruler over Egypt and all his palace. (7:10)


G Who made Joseph ruler of Egypt and all his palace?
Pharaoh. (7:10)

G Whom did Pharaoh make ruler of Egypt and all his palace?
Joseph. (7:10)


G What struck all Egypt and Canaan?
A famine. (7:11)

G Where did a famine strike?
All Egypt and Canaan. ( 7:11)

G What did the famine bring?
Great suffering. (7:11)

G What brought great suffering?
The famine. (7:11)

G Who could not find food?
Our fathers. (7:11)

G What could our fathers not find?
Food. (7:11)

G Who heard that there was grain in Egypt?
Jacob. (7:12)

G What did Jacob hear?
There was grain in Egypt. (7:12)
G Where was there grain?
Egypt. (7:12)

G On what did Jacob send our fathers?
On their first visit. (7:12)

G When did Jacob send our fathers on their first visit?
When Jacob learned that there was grain in Egypt. (7:12)

G When did Joseph tell his brothers?
Who he was. (7:13)

G Who told his brothers who he was?
Joseph. (7:13)

G When did Joseph tell his brothers who he was?
On their second visit. (7:13)

G About whom did Pharaoh learn?
Joseph‟s family. (7:13)

G Who learned about Joseph‟s family?
Pharaoh. (7:13)

G When did Joseph send for his father Jacob and his whole family?
After this. (7:14)

G For whom did Joseph send after this?
His father Jacob and his whole family, seventy-five in all. (7:14)

X Context question: How many were in Jacob‟s family?
Seventy-five. (7:14)

G Who went down to Egypt?
Jacob. (7:15)

G Where did Jacob die?
Egypt. (7:15)

G Who died in Egypt?
Jacob and our fathers. (7:15)

G Where were their bodies brought?
Back to Shecham. (7:16)
G Whose bodies were brought back to Shechem?
Jacob and our fathers. (7:16)

G Where were their bodies placed?
The tomb that Abraham had bought from the sons of Hamor at Shechem for a
certain sum of money. (7:16)

G In what tomb were their bodies placed?
The tomb that Abraham had bought from the sons of Hamor at Shechem. (7:16)

G What had Abraham bought?
A tomb. (7:16)

G From whom had Abraham bought a tomb?
The sons of Hamor. (7:16)

G Where had Abraham bought a tomb?
Shechem. (7:16)

G For what had Abraham bought a tomb from the sons of Hamor?
A certain sum of money. (7:16)

G What time drew near?
For God to fulfill his promise to Abraham. (7:17)

G When did the number of our people in Egypt greatly increase?
As the time drew near for God to fulfill his promise to Abraham. (7:17)

G What greatly increased?
The number of our people in Egypt. (7:17)

G Who became ruler of Egypt?
Another king who knew nothing about Joseph. (7:18)

G About whom did another king know nothing?
Joseph. (7:18)

G What did another king know about Joseph?
Nothing. (7:18)

G How did another king deal with our people?
Treacherously. (7:19)
G Who dealt treacherously with our people?
Another king who knew nothing about Joseph. (7:19)

G Who oppressed our forefathers?
Another king who knew nothing about Joseph. (7:19)

G Whom did another king oppress?
Our fathers. (7:19)

G How did he oppress our fathers?
By forcing them to throw out their newborn babies so that they would die. (7:19)

G Who forced them to throw out their newborn babies?
Another king who knew nothing about Joseph. (7:19)

G Why did he force them to throw out their newborn babies?
So that they would die. (7:19)


G What did another king force them to do?
Throw out their newborn babies. (7:19)

G When was Moses born?
At that time. (7:20)


A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 20, who was born?
Moses. (7:20)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 20, what was Moses?
No ordinary child. (7:20)

G How long was Moses cared for in his father‟s house?
Three months. (7:20)

G Where was Moses cared for for three months?
In his father‟s house. (7:20)

G Where was Moses placed?
Outside. (7:21)

G Who was placed outside?
Moses. (7:21)
G Who took him and brought him up as her own son?
Pharaoh‟s daughter. (7:21)

G How did Pharaoh‟s daughter bring Moses up?
As her own son. (7:21)

G Who brought Moses up as her own son?
Pharaoh‟s daughter. (7:21)

G Whom did Pharaoh‟s daughter bring up?
Moses. (7:21)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 22, what was Moses?
Educated in all the wisdom of the Egyptians and powerful in speech and action.
(7:22)

G In what was Moses educated?
All the wisdom of the Egyptians. (7:22)

G In what was Moses powerful?
Speech and action. (7:22)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 23, how old was Moses?
Forty. (7:23)

G When did Moses decide to visit his fellow Israelites?
When he was forty years old. (7:23)

G What did Moses see?
One of them being mistreated by an Egyptian. (7:24)

G Who was being mistreated by an Egyptian?
One of them (Israelites). (7:24)

G By whom was one of them being mistreated?
An Egyptian. (7:24)

G How did he go to his defense?
By killing the Egyptian. (7:24)

G What did Moses think?
His own people would realize that God was using him to rescue them. (7:25)

G What did Moses think his own people would realize?
God was using him to rescue them. (7:25)

X Context question: Did Moses‟ own people realize that God was using him to
rescue them?
No. (7:25

G When did Moses come upon two Israelites who were fighting?
The next day. (7:26

G What were two Israelites doing?
Fighting. (7:26)

G Whom did Moses come upon the next day?
Two Israelites who were fighting. (7:26)

G How did Moses try to reconcile them?
By saying: “Men, you are brothers; why do you want to hurt each other?” (7:26)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 26, what are you?
Brothers. (7:26)

G Who pushed Moses aside?
The man who was mistreating the other. (7:26)

G Whom did the man who was mistreating the other push aside?
Moses. (7:26)

G How do you want to kill me?
As you killed the Egyptian yesterday. (7:28)

G When did you kill the Egyptian?
Yesterday. (7:28)

G Where did Moses flee?
Midian. (7:29)

G Where did Moses settle?
Midian. (7:29)

G How did Moses settle in Midian?
As a foreigner. (7:29)

G How many sons did Moses have?
Two. (7:29)
G How many years had passed?
Forty. (7:30)

G When did an angel appear to Moses in the flames of a burning bush?
After forty years had passed. (7:30)

G Who appeared to Moses in the flames of a burning bush?
An angel. (7:30)

G To whom did an angel appear?
Moses. (7:30)

G How did an angel appear to Moses?
In the flames of a burning bush. (7:30)

G Where did an angel appear to Moses?
In the desert near Mount Sinai. (7:30)

G At what was Moses amazed?
The sight. (7:31)

G How did Moses go to look?
More closely. (7:31)


G When did Moses hear the Lord‟s voice?
When he went over to look more closely. (7:31)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 32, what am I?
The God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. (7:32)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 32, of whom am I the God?
Your fathers; Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. (7:32)

G With what did Moses tremble?
Fear. (7:32)

G Who trembled with fear?
Moses. (7:32)

G Who did not dare to look?
Moses. (7:32)
A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 33, what take off?
Your sandals. (7:33)

G What place is holy ground?
The place where you are standing. (7:33)

G What is the place where you are standing?
Holy ground. (7:33)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 34, what have I indeed seen?
The oppression of my people in Egypt. (7:34)

G What have I heard?
Their groaning. (7:34)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 34, where am I sending you?
Back to Egypt. (7:34)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 35, what Moses is this?
The same one whom they had rejected with the words: „Who made you ruler
and judge?‟ (7:35)

G How had they rejected Moses?
With the words: “Who made you ruler and judge?” (7:35)

G Whom have they rejected?
Moses. (7:35)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 35, how was he sent?
To be their ruler and deliver. (7:35)

G By whom was he sent to be their ruler and deliver?
God himself. (7:35)

G Through whom was he sent to be their deliver?
The angel who appeared to him in the bush. (7:35)

G Where did the angel appear to Moses?
In the bush. (7:35)

G Out of where did Moses lead them?
Egypt. (7:36)

G Who led them out of Egypt?
Moses. (7:36)

G Where did Moses do wonders and miraculous signs?
In Egypt, at the Red Sea and for forty years in the desert. (7:36)

X Context question: 3 part answer: Where did Moses do wonders and miraculous
signs?
In Egypt, at the Red Sea and for forty years in the desert. (7:36)

G Who did wonders and miraculous signs in Egypt?
Moses. (7:36)

G Who did wonders and miraculous signs at the Red Sea?
Moses. (7:36)

G Who did wonders and miraculous signs for forty years in the desert?
Moses. (7:36)

G For how many years in the desert did Moses do wonders and miraculous
signs?
Forty. (7:36)

G What did Moses do in Egypt, at the Red Sea and for forty years in the desert?
Wonders and miraculous signs. (7:36)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 37, what Moses is this?
Who told the Israelites: “God will send you a prophet like me from your own
people.” (7:37)

G What did Moses tell the Israelites?
“God will send you a prophet like me from your own people.” (7:37)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 38, where was he?
In the assembly in the desert, with the angel who spoke to him on Mount Sinai
and with our fathers. (7:38)

G Who spoke to him on Mount Sinai?
The angel. (7:38)

G Where did the angel speak to him?
On Mount Sinai. (7:38)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 38, what did he receive?
Living words to pass on to us. (7:38)
G Whom did our fathers refuse to obey?
Moses. (7:39)

G Who refused to obey Moses?
Our fathers. (7:39)

G Where did they turn in their hearts?
Egypt. (7:39)

G In what did they turn back to Egypt?
Their hearts. (7:39)

G What did they tell Aaron?
Make us gods who will go before us. As for this fellow Moses who led us out of
Egypt—we don‟t know what has happened to him! (7:40)

G Who will go before us?
Gods (7:40)

G Who led us out of Egypt?
Moses. (7:40)

G Out of where did Moses lead us?
Egypt. (7:40)

G What don‟t we know about Moses?
What has happened to him. (7:40)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 41, what time was this?
When they made an idol in the form of a calf. (7:41)

G In what form did they make an idol?
A calf. (7:41)

G What did they make in the form of a calf?
An idol. (7:41)

G To what did they bring sacrifices?
The idol. (7:41)

G Why did they hold a celebration?
In honor of what their hands had made. (7:41)
A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 42, who turned away?
God. (7:42)

G Over to what did God give them?
The worship of the heavenly bodies. (7:42)

G Who gave them over to the worship of the heavenly bodies?
God. (7:42)

G With what does this agree?
What is written in the book of the prophets. (7:42)

G What is written in the book of the prophets?
Did you bring me sacrifices and offerings forty years in the desert, O house of
Israel? You have lifted up the shrine of Molech and the star of your god Rephan,
the idols you made to worship. Therefore I will send you into exile' beyond
Babylon. (7:42-43)

G How many years in the desert did you bring me sacrifices and offerings?
Forty. (7:42)

G What did you bring me forty years in the desert?
Sacrifices and offerings. (7:42)

X Context question: 3 part question: what have you lifted up?
The shrine of Molech; the star of your god Rephan, the idols you made to
worship. (7:43)

G What shrine have you lifted up?
Molech. (7:43)

G What star have you lifted up?
Your god Rephan. (7:43)

G What have you made to worship?
Idols. (7:43)


A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 43, where will I send you?
Into exile beyond Babylon. (7:43)

G Who had the tabernacle of the Testimony with them in the desert?
Our forefathers. (7:44)
G Where did our forefathers have the tabernacle of the Testimony with them?
In the desert. (7:44)

G What did our forefathers have with them in the desert?
The Tabernacle of the testimony. (7:44)

G How had the Tabernacle of the testimony been made?
As God directed Moses. (7:44)

G Who directed Moses?
God. (7:44)

G According to what did God direct Moses?
The pattern he had seen. (7:44)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 45, what had they received?
The tabernacle. (7:45)

G Who brought it with them?
Our fathers under Joshua. (7:45)

G What did our fathers under Joshua bring with them?
The tabernacle. (7:45)

G When did our fathers under Joshua bring it with them?
When they took the land from the nations. (7:45)

G From whom did they take the land?
The nations. (7:45)

G Until when did it remain in the land?
Until the time of David. (7:45)

G Who enjoyed God‟s favor?
David. (7:46)

G What did David enjoy?
God‟s favor. (7:46)


G What did David ask?
That he might provide a dwelling place for the God of Jacob. (7:46)

G For whom might Jacob provide a dwelling place?
The God of Jacob. (7:46)


G Who built the house for him?
Solomon. (7:47)

G For whom did Solomon build the house?
The God of Jacob. (7:47)

G Who does not live in houses made by men?
The Most High. (7:48)

G What houses does the Most High not live in?
Made by men. (7:48)

G What is my throne?
Heaven. (7:49)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 49, what is heaven?
My throne. (7:49)

G What is my footstool?
The earth. (7:49)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 49, what is the earth?
My footstool. (7:49)

G What has made all these things?
The Lord‟s hand. (7:50)

G With what are you stiff-necked people?
Uncircumcised hearts and ears! (7:51)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 51, like whom are you?
Your fathers. (7:51)

G Whom do you always resist?
The Holy Spirit. (7:51)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 51, whom did your fathers persecute?
A prophet. (7:52)

G Whom did they even kill?
Those who predicted the coming of the Righteous One. (7:52)
G Whom have you now betrayed and murdered?
The Righteous One. (7:52)


A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 52, what have you now done?
Betrayed and murdered him. (7:52)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 53, what have you received?
The law. (7:53)

G What was put into effect through angels?
The law. (7:53)

G Through whom was the law put into effect?
Angels. (7:53)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 53, what have you not obeyed?
The law. (7:53)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 54, what were they?
Furious. (7:54)

G At whom did they gnash their teeth?
Stephen. (7:54)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 55, who was full of the Holy Spirit?
Stephen. (7:55)

G Who looked up to heaven?
Stephen. (7:55)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 55, what did Stephen see?
The glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God. (7:55)

G Where did Stephen see Jesus standing?
At the right hand of God. (7:55)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 55, who did Stephen see standing at the
right hand of God?
Jesus. (7:55)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 56, what do I see?
Heaven open and the son of man standing at the right hand of God. (7:56)
G Where did Stephen see the son of man standing?
The right hand of God. (7:56)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 56, where did Stephen see the son of man
standing?
The right hand of God. (7:56)

G What did they cover?
Their ears. (7:57)

G At what did they yell?
The top of the voices. (7:57)

G Where did they drag Stephen?
Out of the city. (7:58)

G What did they begin to do to Stephen?
Stone him. (7:58)

G Where did the witnesses lay their clothes?
At the feet of a young man named Saul. (7:58)

G At whose feet did the witnesses lay their clothes?
A young man named Saul. (7:58)

G Who laid their clothes at the feet of a young man named Saul?
The witnesses. (7:58)

G What did the witnesses lay at the feet of a young man named Saul?
Their clothes. (7:58)

G Whom were they stoning?
Stephen. (7:59)

G What did Stephen pray?
“Lord Jesus receive my spirit.” (7:59)

A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 59, what receive?
My spirit. (7:59)

G Where did Stephen fall?
On his knees. (7:60)

G What did Stephen cry out?
“Lord do not hold this sin against them.” (7:60)


A According to Acts chapter 7 verse 60, what do not do?
Hold this sin against them. (7:60)

G When did Stephen fall asleep?
When he had said this. (7:60)

                    Chapter 8

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 1, who was there?
Saul. (8:1)

G Who was there giving approval to his death?
Saul. (8:1)

G How was Saul there?
Giving approval to his death. (8:1)

G What broke out against the church at Jerusalem?
A great persecution. (8:1)

G Against what did a great persecution break out?
The church at Jerusalem. (8:1)

G Who were scattered throughout Judea and Samaria?
All except the apostles. (8:1)

G Where were all except the apostles scattered?
Throughout Judea and Samaria (8:1)

G Who buried Stephen?
Godly men. (8:2)

G Who mourned deeply for Stephen?
Godly men. (8:2)

G Whom did godly men bury?
Stephen. (8:2)

G For whom did godly men mourn deeply?
Stephen. (8:2)
G How did godly men mourn for Stephen?
Deeply. (8:2)

X Context question: 2 part answer: What did godly men do?
Buried Stephen, mourned deeply for him. (8:2)
G Who began to destroy the church?
Saul. (8:3)

G Who did Saul begin to destroy?
The church. (8:3)

G How did he drag off men and women?
Going from house to house. (8:3)

G Where did he put men and women?
In prison. (8:3)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 3, whom did he drag off?
Men and women. (8:3)

G Who preached the word wherever they went?
Those who had been scattered. (8:4)

G Where did those who had been scattered preach the word?
Wherever they went. (8:4)

G What did those who had been scattered preach?
The word. (8:4)

G Who went down to a city in Samaria?
Philip. (8:5)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 5, where did Philip go?
Down to a city in Samaria. (8:5)

G Whom did Philip proclaim in Samaria?
The Christ. (8:5)

G Where did Philip proclaim the Christ?
In Samaria. (8:5)

G Who heard Philip?
The crowds. (8:6)
A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 6, whom did the crowds hear?
Philip. (8:6)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 6, what did the crowds see?
The miraculous signs he did. (8:6)


G To what did the crowds pay close attention?
What he said. (8:6)

G Who paid close attention to what Philip said?
The crowds. (8:6)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 7, how did evil spirits come out of many?
With shrieks. (8:7)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 7, what came out of many?
Evil spirits. (8:7)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 7, who were healed?
Many paralytics and cripples. (8:7)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 8, what was there?
Great joy in that city. (8:8)

G Where was there great joy?
That city. (8:8)

G What was there in that city?
Great joy. (8:8)

G Who had practiced sorcery in the city?
Simon. (8:9)

G Where had Simon practiced sorcery?
The city (Samaria) (8:9)

G Whom did Simon amaze?
All the people of Samaria. (8:9)

G What did Simon boast?
That he was someone great. (8:9)

G Who boasted that he was someone great?
Simon. (8:9)

G Who gave Simon their attention?
All the people, both high and low. (8:10)

G Who is the divine power known as the great power?
This man (Simon) (8:10)


A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 10, what is this man?
The divine power known as the great power. (8:10)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 11, why did they follow him?
Because he had amazed them for a long time with his magic. (8:11)


G How had he amazed them for a long time?
With his magic. (8:11)

G How long had he amazed them with his magic?
A long time. (8:11)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 12, whom did they believe?
Philip. (8:12)

G How did they believe Philip?
As he preached the good news of the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus
Christ. (8:12)

G What did Philip preach?
The good news of the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus Christ. (8:12)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 13, who believed?
Simon. (8:13)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 13, who was baptized?
Simon. (8:13)

G Whom did Simon follow?
Philip. (8:13)

G Where did Simon follow Philip?
Everywhere. (8:13)
G Who followed Philip everywhere?
Simon. (8:13)

G By what was Simon astonished?
The great signs and miracles he saw. (8:13)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 13, what did he see?
Great signs and miracles. (8:13)

G Who heard that Samaria had accepted the word of God?
The apostles in Jerusalem. (8:14)
G What did the apostles in Jerusalem hear?
That Samaria had accepted the word of God. (8:14)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 14, whom did they send to them?
Peter and John. (8:14)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 15, what did they pray?
That they might receive the Holy Spirit. (8:15)

G What might they receive?
The Holy Spirit. (8:15)

G Why did they pray that they might receive the Holy Spirit?
Because the Holy Spirit had not yet come upon any of them. (8:15-16)

G Who had not yet come upon any of them?
The Holy Spirit. (8:16)

G Into what had they simply been baptized?
The name of the Lord Jesus. (8:16)

G Into whose name had they simply been baptized?
The name of the Lord Jesus. (8:16)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 17, who placed their hands on them?
Peter and John. (8:17)

G What did Peter and John place on them?
Their hands. (8:17)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 17, what did they receive?
The Holy Spirit. (8:17)
A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 18, what did Simon see?
The Spirit was given at the laying on of the apostles‟ hands. (8:18)

G What was given at the laying on of the apostles hands?
The Spirit. (8:18)

G Who offered the apostles money?
Simon. (8:18)

G When did Simon offer them money?
When he saw that the Spirit was given at the laying on of the apostles hands.
(8:18)


G What give me also?
This ability. (8:19)

G What ability give me also?
So that everyone on whom I lay may hands may receive the Holy Spirit. (8:19)

G May what perish with you?
Your money. (8:20)

G Why may your money perish with you?
Because you thought you could buy the gift of God with money. (8:20)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 20, what did you think?
You could buy the gift of God with money. (8:20)

G What did you think you could buy with money?
The gift of God. (8:20)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 21, what do you have?
No part in this ministry. (8:21)

G Why do you have no part in this ministry?
Because your heart is not right before God. (8:21)

G What is not right before God?
Your heart. (8:21)

G Before whom is your heart not right?
God. (8:21)
A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 22, of what repent?
This wickedness. (8:22)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 22, to whom pray?
The Lord. (8:22)

G Why repent of this wickedness?
Perhaps he will forgive you for having such a thought in your heart. (8:22)

G For what will he perhaps forgive you?
For having such a thought in your heart. (8:22)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 23, what do I see?
You are full of bitterness and captive to sin. (8:23)


A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 23, of what are you full?
Bitterness. (8:23)

G For whom pray to the Lord?
Me. (Simon) (8:24)


G Why pray to the Lord for me?
So that nothing you have said may happen to me. (8:24)

G What had they testified and proclaimed?
The word of the Lord. (8:25)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 25, who returned to Jerusalem?
Peter and John. (8:25)

G How did Peter and John return to Jerusalem?
Preaching the gospel in many Samaritan villages. (8:25)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 26, where go?
South to the road that goes down from Jerusalem to Gaza. (8:26)

G Where does the desert road go?
From Jerusalem to Gaza. (8:26)

G Whom did Philip meet on the way?
An Ethiopian Eunuch. (8:27)
G Who was an important official?
An Ethiopian Eunuch. (8:27)

G What was the Ethiopian Eunuch?
An important official in charge of all the treasury of Candace—queen of the
Ethiopians. (8:27)

G Who was in charge of all the treasury of Candace?
The Ethiopian Eunuch. (8:27)

G Of what was the Ethiopian Eunuch in charge?
All the treasury of Candace. (8:27)

G Who was Candace?
Queen of the Ethiopians. (8:27)

G Who was Queen of the Ethiopians?
Candace. (8:27)
A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 27, who had gone to Jerusalem?
This man (the Ethiopian Eunuch). (8:27)

G Where was the Ethiopian Eunuch sitting?
In his chariot. (8:28)

G What was the Ethiopian Eunuch reading?
The book of Isaiah the prophet. (8:28)

X Context question: 2 part question: where was the Ethiopian Eunuch sitting and
what was he reading?
In his chariot; the book of Isaiah the prophet. (8:28)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 28, who was the prophet?
Isaiah. (8:28)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 29, where go?
That chariot. (8:29)

G To where did Philip run?
The chariot. (8:30)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 30, what did Philip hear?
The man reading Isaiah the prophet. (8:30)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 30, who was the prophet?
Isaiah. (8:30)

G Whom did he invite to come up and sit with him?
Philip. (8:31)

G What did he invite Philip to do?
Come up and sit with him. (8:31)

G What was the eunuch reading?
This passage of scripture. (8:32)

X Context question: What passage of scripture was the eunuch reading?
"He was led like a sheep to the slaughter, and as a lamb before the shearer is
silent, so he did not open his mouth. In his humiliation he was deprived of
justice. Who can speak of his descendants? For his life was taken from the
earth." (8:32-33)

G How was he led?
Like a sheep to the slaughter. (8:32)


G Like what was he led?
A sheep to the slaughter. (8:32)

G How was he silent?
As a lamb before the sheerer. (8:32)


G What did he not open?
His mouth. (8:32)

G Of what was he deprived?
Justice. (8:33)

G In what was he deprived of justice?
His humiliation. (8:33)

G Why can no one speak of his descendants?
For his life was taken from the earth. (8:33)

G What was taken from the earth?
His life. (8:33)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 34, what tell me?
Who is the prophet talking about, himself or someone else? (8:34)

G With what did Philip begin?
That very passage of Scripture. (8:35)

G What did Philip tell him?
The good news about Jesus. (8:35)

G Along what did they travel?
The road. (8:36)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 36, to what did they come?
Some water. (8:36)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 36, what is here?
Water. (8:36)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 38, what orders did he give?
To stop the chariot. (8:38)

G Who went down into the water?
Philip and the Eunuch. (8:38)

G Who baptized the eunuch?
Philip. (8:38)

G Whom did Philip baptize?
The eunuch. (8:38)


G Who took Philip away?
The spirit of the Lord. (8:39)

G How did the spirit take Philip away?
Suddenly. (8:39)

G Who did not see Philip again?
The eunuch. (8:39)

G Whom did the eunuch not see again?
Philip. (8:39)

G How did the eunuch go on his way?
Rejoicing. (8:39)
G Where did Philip appear?
Azotus. (8:40)

G Who appeared in Azotus?
Philip. (8:40)

A According to Acts chapter 8 verse 40, where did Philip preach the gospel?
All the towns until he reached Caesarea. (8:40)

                             Chapter 9

G Who was still breathing out murderous threats against the Lord‟s disciples?
Saul. (9:1)

G What was Saul still breathing out?
Murderous threats against the Lord‟s disciples. (9:1)

G Against whom was Saul still breathing out murderous threats?
The Lord‟s disciples. (9:1)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 1, where did Saul go?
The high priest. (9:1)


A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 1, to whom did Saul go?
The high priest. (9:1)

G For what did Saul ask the high priest?
Letters. (9:1-2)

G To whom did Saul ask the high priest for letters?
The synagogues in Damascus. (9:1-2)

G Why did Saul ask the high priest for letters to the synagogues in Damascus?
So that if he found any there who belonged to the Way, he might take them as
prisoners to Jerusalem. (9:2)

G Who might he take as prisoners to Jerusalem?
Any who belonged to the Way. (9:2)

G Where might he take any who belonged to the Way?
Jerusalem. (9:2)
A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 3, where did he near?
Damascus. (9:3)

G When did he near Damascus?
On his journey. (9:3)

G What happened as he neared Damascus on his journey?
A light from heaven flashed around him. (9:3)

G What flashed around him?
A light from heaven. (9:3)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 4, where did Saul fall?
To his knees. (9:4)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 4, what did Saul hear?
A voice saying to him, “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?” (9:4)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 5, who am I?
Jesus whom you are persecuting. (9:5)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 6, where go?
Into the city. (9:6)

G Why go into the city?
You will be told what you must do. (9:6)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 6, what will you be told?
What you must do. (9:6)

G Who stood there speechless?
The men traveling with Saul. (9:7)

G How did the men traveling with Saul stand there?
Speechless. (9:7)

G Why did the men traveling with Saul stand there speechless?
They heard the sound but did not see anyone. (9:7)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 7, what did they hear?
The sound. (9:7)

G Who got up from the ground?
Saul. (9:8)
G What happened when Saul opened his eyes?
He could see nothing. (9:8)

G When could Saul see nothing?
When he opened his eyes. (9:8)

G Where did they lead him by the hand?
Damascus. (9:8)

G How did they lead him to Damascus?
By the hand. (9:8)

G How long was Saul blind?
For three days. (9:9)

G Who was blind for three days?
Saul. (9:9)

X Context question: could Saul eat anything when he was blind?
No. (9:9)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 10, who was there?
A disciple named Ananias. (9:10)

G Who called to Ananias in a vision?
The Lord. (9:10)

G How did the Lord call to Ananias?
In a vision. (9:10)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 10, to whom did the Lord call in a vision?
Ananias. (9:10)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 11, where go?
The house of Judas on Straight Street. (9:11)

G Where is the house of Judas?
Straight Street. (9:11)

G Whose house is on Straight Street?
Judas. (9:11)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 11, for whom ask?
A man from Tarsus named Saul. (9:11)

G From where is Saul?
Tarsus. (9:11)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 11, who is praying?
Saul. (9:11)

G What has he seen in a vision?
A man named Ananias come and place his hands on him to restore his sight.
(9:12)

G Whom has Saul seen in a vision?
Ananias. (9:12)

G Why did Ananias place his hands on him?
To restore his sight. (9:12)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 13, what have I heard?
Many reports about this man and all the harm he has done to your saints in
Jerusalem. (9:13)

G To whom have I heard all the harm he has done?
Your saints in Jerusalem. (9:13)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 13, where are your saints?
Jerusalem. (9:13)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 14, why has he come here?
To arrest all who call on your name. (9:14)


G With what has he come here to arrest all who call on your name?
Authority from the chief priests. (9:14)

G What did the Lord say to Ananias?
“Go this is my chosen instrument to carry my name before the Gentiles and their
kings and before the people of Israel.” (9:15)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 15, why go?
This is my chosen instrument to carry my name before the Gentiles and their
kings and before the people of Israel. (9:15)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 15, who is this?
My chosen instrument. (9:15)

X Context question: 3 part answer: Before whom will he carry my name?
The Gentiles, their kings, the people of Israel. (9:15)

G What will I show him?
How much he must suffer for my name. (9:16)

G Who went to the house and entered it?
Ananias. (9:17)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 17, where did Ananias go?
The house. (9:17)

G Who appeared to you on the road?
The Lord Jesus. (9:17)

G Where did the Lord Jesus appear to you?
On the road. (9:17)

G When did the Lord Jesus appear to you?
As you were coming here. (9:17)

G Why did the Lord Jesus send me to you?
So that you may see again and be filled with the Holy Spirit. (9:17)

G What fell from Saul‟s eyes?
Something like scales. (9:18)

G When did something like scales fall from Saul‟s eyes?
Immediately. (9:18)

G When did Saul get up and was baptized?
When something like scales fell from his eyes. (9:18)
G Who regained his strength?
After taking some food. (9:19)

G What did he regain?
His strength. (9:19)

G With whom did Saul spend several days?
The disciples in Damascus. (9:19)

G How long did Saul spend with the disciples in Damascus?
Several days. (9:19)

G Who spent several days with the disciples in Damascus?
Saul. (9:19)

G What did he begin to preach in the synagogues?
That Jesus is the son of God. (9:20)

G When did he begin to preach the synagogues that Jesus is the Son of God?
At once. (9:20)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 20, what is Jesus?
The son of God. (9:20)

G Who is the son of God?
Jesus. (9:20)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 21, who were astonished?
All those who heard him. (9:21)

G What man isn‟t this?
Who raised havoc in Jerusalem among those who call on this name. (9:21)

G Where did this man raise havoc?
Jerusalem. (9:21)

G Among whom did the man raise havoc?
Those who call on his name. (9:21)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 21, why has he come here?
To take them as prisoners to the chief priest. (9:21)

G Who grew more and more powerful?
Saul. (9:22)


G How did Saul grow?
More and more powerful. (9:22)

G How did he baffle the Jews?
By proving that Jesus is the Christ. (9:22)


G Whom did Saul baffle?
The Jews living in Damascus. (9:22)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 22, who is Jesus?
The Christ. (9:22)

G Who is the Christ?
Jesus. (9:22)

G Who conspired to kill Saul?
The Jews. (9:23)

G When did the Jews conspire to kill Saul?
After many days had gone by. (9:23)

G Who learned of their plan?
Saul. (9:24)

G Of what did Saul learn?
Their plan. (9:24)

G When did they keep close watch on the city gates?
Day and night. (9:24)

G Where did they keep close watch day and night?
On the city gates. (9:24)

G Why did they keep close watch day and night on the city gate?
To kill him. (9:24)

G Who took him by night?
His followers. (9:25)

G When did his followers lower him in a basket?
By night. (9:25)

G In what did his followers lower him?
A basket. (9:25)

G Through what did his followers lower in him a basket?
Through an opening in the wall. (9:25)

G When did he try to join the disciples?
When he came to Jerusalem. (9:26)
A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 26, to where did he come?
Jerusalem. (9:26)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 26, what were they?
Afraid of him. (9:26)

G Why were they afraid of him?
Not believing that he really was a disciple. (9:26)

G What did they not believe?
That he really was a disciple. (9:26)

G Who took him and brought him to the apostles?
Barnabas. (9:27)

G Who brought Saul to the apostles?
Barnabas. (9:27)

G Whom did Barnabas bring to the apostles?
Saul. (9:27)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 27, what did Barnabas tell?
How Saul on his journey had seen the Lord and that the Lord had spoken to him
and how in Damascus he had preached fearlessly in the name of Jesus. (9:27)

G Who had spoken to Saul?
The Lord. (9:27)

G How had he preached in Damascus?
Fearlessly. (9:27)

G Where did Saul move about freely?
In Jerusalem. (9:28)

G How did Saul move in Jerusalem?
Freely. (9:28)

G How did Saul speak in Jerusalem?
Boldly in the name of the Lord. (9:28)

G With whom did Saul debate?
The Grecian Jews. (9:29)
A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 29, who tried to kill him?
The Grecian Jews. (9:29)

G Who learned that the Grecian Jews tried to kill him?
The brothers. (9:30)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 30, where did they take him?
Caesarea. (9:30)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 30, where did they send him?
Tarsus. (9:30)

G Who enjoyed a time of peace?
The church throughout Judea, Galilee and Samaria. (9:31)

G How was it encouraged?
By the Holy Spirit. (9:31)

G How did it grow in numbers?
Living in the fear of the Lord. (9:31)

G Who traveled about the country?
Peter. (9:32)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 32, where did Peter travel?
About the country. (9:32)

G Whom did Peter visit when he traveled about the country?
The saints in Lydda. (9:32)

G When did Peter visit the saints in Lydda?
As he traveled about the country. (9:32)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 33, whom did he find there?
Aeneas. (9:33)

G Who was Aeneas?
A paralytic who had been bedridden for eight years. (9:33)

G How long had Aeneas been bedridden?
Eight years. (9:33)

G Who heals you?
Jesus Christ. (9:34)
G What take care of?
Your mat. (9:34)


A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 34, who got up/
Aeneas. (9:34)

G When did Aeneas get up?
Immediately. (9:34)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 35, who saw him?
All those who lived in Lydda and Sharon. (9:35)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 35, who turned to the Lord?
All those who lived in Lydda and Sharon. (9:35)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 36, who was there?
A disciple named Tabitha. (9:36)

G Who was there in Joppa?
A disciple named Tabitha. (9:36)

G What is Tabatha when translated?
Dorcas. (9:36)

G What is translated Dorcas?
Tabitha. (9:36)

X Context question: what is the Greek word meaning Gazelle?
Dorcas. (9:36)

G Who was always doing good and helping the poor?
Tabitha. (9:36)

G What was Tabitha always doing?
Good. (9:36)

G Whom was Tabitha always helping?
The poor. (9:36)

G What did Tabitha become at that time?
Sick. (9:37)
G Who became sick and died?
Tabitha. (9:37)

G Where was her body placed?
An upstairs room. (9:37)


G What was near Joppa?
Lydda. (9:38)

G Where was Lydda?
Near Joppa. (9:38)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 38, what did the disciples hear?
Peter was in Lydda. (9:38)

G Who heard that Peter was in Lydda?
The disciples. (9:38)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 38, where was Peter/
In Lydda. (9:38)

G Whom did they send?
Two men to him. (9:38)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 39, who went with them?
Peter. (9:39)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 39, who arrived?
Peter. (9:39)

G When was Peter taken upstairs?
When he arrived. (9:39)

G Who was taken upstairs?
Peter. (9:39)

G Where was Peter taken?
Upstairs. (9:39)

G Who stood around him crying?
All the widows. (9:39)

G How did all the widows stand around him?
Crying and showing him the robes and other clothing that Dorcas had made
while she was still with them. (9:39)
G What did all the widows show him?
The robes and other clothing that Dorcas had made while she was still with
them. (9:39)

G What had Dorcas made?
Robes and other clothing. (9:39)

G When had Dorcas made robes and other clothing?
While she was still with them. (9:39)

G Who sent them all out of the room?
Peter. (9:40)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 40, who got down on his knees?
Peter. (9:40)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 40, who prayed?
Peter. (9:40)

G Toward whom did Peter turn?
The dead women. (9:40)

G Who opened her eyes?
Tabitha. (9:40)

G When did Tabitha sit up?
Seeing Peter. (9:40)

G Who took Tabitha by the hand?
Peter. (9:41)

G By what did Peter take Tabitha?
The hand. (9:41)

G How did Tabitha help her?
To her feet. (9:41)

X Context question: What became known all over Joppa?
Peter healing Tabitha. (9:40-42)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 42, where did this become known?
All over Joppa. (9:42)
A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 42, who believed in the Lord?
Many people. (9:42)


G Who stayed in Joppa?
Peter. (9:43)

A According to Acts chapter 9 verse 43, where did Peter stay?
In Joppa. (9:43)


G How long did Peter stay in Joppa?
For some time. (9:43)

G With whom did Peter stay in Joppa?
A tanner named Simon. (9:43)

G Who stayed with a tanner named Simon?
Peter. (9:43)

G Who was a tanner?
Simon. (9:43)
                                 Chapter 10

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 1, who was there?
A man named Cornelius. (10:1)

G Where was Cornelius?
At Caesarea. (10:1)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 1, who was Cornelius?
A centurion in what was known as the Italian Regiment. (10:1)

G Who was a centurion in what was known as the Italian Regiment?
Cornelius. (10:1)

G What regiment was Cornelius a centurion?
Italian. (10:1)

G Who were devout and God-fearing?
Cornelius and all his family. (10:2)

G What were Cornelius and all his family?
Devout and God-fearing. (10:2)

G To whom did Cornelius give?
Those in need. (10:2)

G How did Cornelius give to those in need?
Generously. (10:2)
G To whom did Cornelius pray?
God. (10:2)

G How often did Cornelius pray to God?
Regularly. (10:2)

G When did Cornelius have a vision?
One day at about three in the afternoon. (10:3)

G What did Cornelius have at three in the afternoon?
A vision. (10:3)

G Whom did Cornelius distinctly see?
An angel of God. (10:3)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 3, who came to him?
An angel of God. (10:3)

G How did Cornelius stare at him?
In fear. (10:4)

G Who stared at him in fear?
Cornelius. (10:4)

G What have come up as a memorial offering before God?
Your prayers and gifts to the poor. (10:4)

G As what have your prayers come?
A memorial offering before God. (10:4)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 5, for whom send?
Simon who is called Peter. (10:5

G Who is called Peter?
Simon. (10:5)

G With whom is Simon staying?
Simon the tanner. (10:6)

G Who is staying with Simon the tanner?
Peter. (10:6)

G Whose house is by the sea?
Simon the tanner. (10:6)


G Where is Simon the tanner‟s house?
By the sea. (10:6)

G Who had spoke to Cornelius?
The angel. (10:7)

G Who had gone?
The angel who had spoke to him. (10:7)

G Whom did Cornelius call?
Tow of his servants and a devout soldier. (10:7)

G When did Cornelius call two of his servants and a devout soldier?
When the angel who had spoke to him had gone. (10:7)

G Who was one of his attendants?
A devout soldier. (10:7)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 8, what did he tell them?
Everything that had happened. (10:8)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 8, where did he send him?
Joppa. (10:8)

G When were they on their journey?
About noon the following day. (10:9)

G When were they approaching the city?
About noon the following day. (10:9)

G When was Peter on the roof?
About noon the following day. (10:9)

G Where was Peter about noon the following day?
On the roof. (10:9)
G Who became hungry?
Peter. (10:10)

G Who wanted something to eat?
Peter. (10:10)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 10, what did he want?
Something to eat. (10:10)


G What was being prepared?
The meal. (10:10)

G When did he fall into a trance?
While the meal was being prepared. (10:10)


A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 11, what did he see?
Something like a large sheet being let down to earth by its four corners. (10:11)

G Where was a large sheet being let down?
To earth. (10:11)

G How was a large sheet being let down to earth?
Its for corners. (10:11)

X Context question: 3 part answer: What did the sheet contain?
All kinds of four-footed animals, reptiles of the earth, birds of the air. (10:12)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 13, what did a voice tell him?
“Get up, Peter, kill and eat.” (10:13)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 14, what have I never eaten?
Anything impure or unclean. (10:14)

G What do not call anything?
Impure that God has made clean. (10:15)

G How many times did this happen?
Three. (10:16)

G When was the sheet taken back to heaven?
Immediately. (10:16)
G Where was the sheet immediately taken?
Back to heaven. (10:16)

X Context question: what happened three times?
A voice said: “Get up, kill and eat.” Peter said: “Surely not, Lord! I have never
eaten anything impure or unclean.” The voice said: “Do not call anything impure
that God has made clean.” (10:16)

G Who was wondering about the meaning of the vision?
Peter. (10:17)


G About what was Peter wondering?
The meaning of the vision. (10:17)

G Who found out where Simon‟s house was?
The men sent by Cornelius. (10:17)

G What did the men sent by Cornelius find out?
Where Simon‟s house was. (10:17)

G Who stopped at the gate?
The men sent by Cornelius. (10:17)

G Whose house did the men stop at?
Simon‟s. (10:17)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 18, what did they call out?
Asking if Simon who was known as Peter was staying there. (10:18)

G Who was staying there?
Simon who was known as Peter. (10:18)

G Who was still thinking about the vision?
Peter. (10:19)

G About what was Peter still thinking?
The vision. (10:19)

G What did the Spirit say to Peter?
Simon three men are looking for you. (10:19)

G How many men are looking for you?
Three. (10:19)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 20, where go?
Downstairs. (10:20)

G Why do not hesitate to go with them?
I have sent them. (10:20)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 21, where did Peter go?
Down. (10:21)

G What did Peter say to the men?
“I‟m the one you‟re looking for. Why have you come?” (10:21)


A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 21, what am I?
The one you‟re looking for. (10:21)

 A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 22, from whom have we come?
Cornelius. (10:22)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 22, who is Cornelius?
A righteous and God-fearing man, who is respected by all the Jewish people.
(10:22)

G Who is a righteous and God-fearing man?
Cornelius. (10:22)

G By whom is Cornelius respected?
All the Jewish people. (10:22)

G Who told him to have you come to his house?
A holy angel. (10:22)

G What did a holy angel tell him?
To have you come to his house. (10:22)

G Why did a holy angel tell him to have you come to his house?
So that he could hear what you have to say. (10:22)

G Who invited the men into the house?
Peter. (10:23)

G How did Peter invite the men into the house?
To be his guests. (10:23)

G Who started out with them?
Peter. (10:23)

G When did Peter start out with them?
The next day. (10:23)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 23, who went along?
Some of the brothers from Joppa. (10:23)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 24, where did he arrive?
Caesarea. (10:24)

G When did he arrive in Caesarea?
The following day. (10:24)


G Who was expecting them?
Cornelius. (10:24)

G Whom had Cornelius called together?
His relatives and close friends. (10:24)

G Who had called together his relatives and close friends?
Cornelius. (10:24)

G Who entered the house?
Peter. (10:25)

G Who met Peter?
Cornelius. (10:25)

G When did Cornelius meet Peter?
When he entered the house. (10:25)

G How did Cornelius meet Peter?
Fell at his feet in reverence. (10:25)

G How did Cornelius fall at Peter‟s feet?
In reverence. (10:25)

G Who made Cornelius get up?
Peter. (10:26)
A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 26, who is only a man?
Peter. (10:26)

G Who is only a man himself?
Peter. (10:26)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 27, where did Peter go?
Inside. (10:27)

G What did Peter find inside?
A large gathering of people. (10:27)

G Of what are you well aware?
It is against our law for a Jew to associate with a Gentile or visit him. (10:28)

G What is against our law?
For a Jew to associate with a Gentile or visit him. (10:28)


G With whom is it against our law for a Jew to associate?
A Gentile. (10:28)

G With whom is it against our law for a Jew to visit?
A Gentile. (10:28)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 28, what has God shown me?
I should not call any man impure or unclean. (10:28)


G What should I not call any man?
Impure or unclean. (10:28)

G When did I come without raising any objection?
When I was sent for. (10:29)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 29, how did I come?
Without raising any objection. (10:29)

G When was I in my house praying?
Four days ago; at this hour. (10:30)

G What was I doing four days ago at this hour?
Praying. (10:30)
A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 30, who stood before me?
A man in shining clothes. (10:30)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 31, what has God heard?
Your prayer. (10:31)

G What has God remembered?
Your gifts to the poor. (10:31)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 32, for whom send?
Simon who is called Peter. (10:32)

G For whom send to Joppa?
Simon who is called Peter. (10:32)

G Who is called Peter?
Simon. (10:32)

G In whose house is he a guest?
Simon the tanner. (10:32)

G Who is a guest in the house of Simon the tanner?
Peter. (10:32)

G Who lives by the sea?
Simon the tanner. (10:32)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 33, when did I send for you?
Immediately. (10:33)


A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 33, where are we?
Here in the presence of God. (10:33)

G What was good of you?
To come. (10:33)

G Why are we all here in the presence of God?
To listen to everything the Lord has commanded you to tell us. (10:33)

G Who began to speak?
Peter. (10:34)
G What does Peter now realize?
How true it is that God does not show favoritism. (10:34)

G Who does not show favoritism?
God. (10:34)

G What does God not show?
Favoritism. (10:34)

G Who accepts men from every nation?
God. (10:35)

G Whom does God accept?
Men from every nation who fear him and do what is right. (10:35)

G Who fear God and do what is right?
Men from every nation. (10:35)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 36, what do you know?
The message God sent to the people of Israel. (10:36)

G What message did God send to the people of Israel?
Telling the good news of peace through Jesus Christ. (10:36)

G Who is Lord of all?
Jesus Christ. (10:36)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 36, who is Lord of all?
Jesus Christ. (10:36)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 37, what do you know?
What has happened throughout Judea beginning in Galilee after the baptism that
John preached. (10:37)

G What did John preach?
Baptism. (10:37)

G When has God anointed Jesus with the Holy Spirit?
After the baptism that John preached. (10:37-38)

G Who anointed Jesus of Nazareth?
God. (10:38)

G Whom did God anoint?
Jesus of Nazareth. (10:38)

G How did God anoint Jesus of Nazareth?
With the Holy Spirit and power. (10:38)

G With what did God anoint Jesus of Nazareth?
The Holy spirit and power. (10:38)

G Who went around doing good?
Jesus of Nazareth. (10:38)

G Who went around healing all who were under the power of the devil?
Jesus of Nazareth. (10:38)

X Context question: 2 part answer: What did Jesus of Nazareth go around doing?
Good, healing all who were under the power of the devil. (10:38)

G Why did Jesus go around healing all who were under the power of the devil?
Because God was with him. (10:38)

G Who was with him?
God. (10:38)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 39, of what are we witnesses?
Everything he did in the country of the Jews and in Jerusalem. (10:39)

G How did they kill him?
By hanging him on a tree. (10:39)

G Who raised him from the dead?
God. (10:40)

G When did God raise him from the dead?
On the third day. (10:40)


G Who caused him to be seen?
God. (10:40)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 41, by whom was he seen?
Witnesses whom God had already chosen—by us who ate and drank with him.
(10:41)

G Who were the witnesses God had already chosen?
Us who ate and drank with him after he rose from the dead. (10:41)

G When did we eat and drink with him?
After he rose from the dead. (10:41)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 42, what did he command us?
To preach to the people and to testify that he is the one whom God appointed as
judge of the living and the dead. (10:42)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 42, what are we to testify?
That he is the one whom God appointed as judge of the living and the dead.
(10:42)

G Who appointed him as judge of the living and the dead?
God. (10:42)

G Of what did God appoint him judge?
The living and the dead. (10:42)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 43, who testify about him?
All the prophets. (10:43)

G What do all the prophets testify about him?
That everyone who believes in him receives forgiveness of sins through his
name. (10:43)

G What will everyone who believes in him receive?
Forgiveness of sins through his name. (10:43)

G Who receives forgiveness of sins?
Everyone who believes in him. (10:43)
G Who was still speaking these words?
Peter. (10:44)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 44, who came on all who heard the
message?
The Holy Spirit. (10:44)

G When did the Holy Spirit come on all who heard the message?
While Peter was still speaking these words. (10:44)

G Who had come with Peter?
The circumcised believers. (10:45)
A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 45, who were astonished?
The circumcised believers. (10:45)

G Why were the circumcised believers astonished?
The gift of the Holy Spirit had been poured out even on the Gentiles. (10:45)

G What had been poured out even on the Gentiles?
The gift of the Holy Spirit. (10:45)

G On whom had the gift of the Holy Spirit been poured out?
Even on the Gentiles. (10:45)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 46, What did they hear?
Them speaking in tongues and praising god. (10:46)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 47, how have they received the Holy Spirit?
Just as we had. (10:47)

A According to Acts chapter 10 verse 48, what did he order?
They be baptized in the name of Jesus. (10:48)

G How did he order they be baptized?
In the name of Jesus. (10:48)

G What did they ask Peter?
To stay with them for a few days. (10:48)

G How long did they ask Peter to stay with them?
A few days. (10:48)

                    Chapter 11

G Who heard that the Gentiles also had received the word of God?
The apostles and the brothers throughout Judea. (11:1)
G What did the apostles and the brothers throughout Judea hear?
The Gentiles also had received the word of God. (11:1)

G Who also had received the word of God?
The Gentiles. (11:1)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 2, where did Peter go?
Up to Jerusalem. (11:2)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 2, who went up to Jerusalem?
Peter. (11:2)

G Who criticized him?
The circumcised believers. (11:2)

G Whom did the circumcised believers criticize?
Peter. (11:2)

G How did the circumcised believers criticize him?
Saying: “You went into the house of uncircumcised men and ate with them.”
(11:2-3)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 3, where did you go?
The house of uncircumcised men. (11:3)

G With whom did you eat?
Uncircumcised men. (11:3)

G Who began and explained everything to them?
Peter. (11:4)

G How did Peter explain everything to him?
Precisely as it had happened. (11:4)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 5, where was I?
In the city of Joppa. (11:5)

G What was Peter doing in the city of Joppa?
Praying. (11:5)

G What did Peter see in a trance?
Something like a large sheet being let down from heaven by its four corners.
(11:5)

G What was being let down from heaven by its four corners?
Something like a large sheet. (11:5)


G How was a sheet being let down from heaven?
By its four corners. (11:5)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 6, what did Peter see?
Four-footed animals of the earth, wild beasts, reptiles and birds of the air.
(11:6)
G What did Peter hear a voice telling him?
“Get up, Peter, kill and eat.” (11:7)

G What has never entered my mouth?
Anything impure or unclean. (11:8)

G Where has nothing impure or unclean ever entered?
Peter‟s mouth. (11:8)

G What spoke from heaven a second time?
The voice. (11:9)

G From where did the voice speak a second time?
Heaven. (11:9)

G what did the voice speak a second time?
Do not call anything impure that God has made clean. (11:9)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 9, what do not call anything impure?
That God has made clean. (11:9)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 10, how many times did this happen?
Three times. (11:10)

G When was it all pulled up to heaven again?
After three times. (11:10)

G Who had been sent to me from Caesarea?
Three men. (11:11)

G How many men had been sent to me from Caesarea?
Three. (11:11)

G From where had three men been sent to me?
Caesarea. (11:11)

G Where did the three men stop?
At the house where I was staying. (11:11)


G Who told me to have no hesitation about going with them?
The spirit. (11:12)
G What did the spirit tell Peter?
To have no hesitation about going with them. (11:12)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 12, who went with me?
These six brothers. (11:12)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 13, to where send?
Joppa. (11:13)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 13, for whom send?
Simon who is called Peter. (11:13)

G What will Peter bring you?
A message through which you and all your household will be saved. (11:14)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 14, who will be saved?
You and all your household. (11:14)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 15, who came on them?
The Holy Spirit. (11:15)

G How did the Holy Spirit come on them?
As he had come on us at the beginning. (11:15)

G When had the Holy Spirit come on us?
At the beginning. (11:15)

G What did I remember?
What the Lord had said: „John baptized with water but you will be baptized with
the Holy Spirit.‟ (11:16)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 16, what had the Lord said?
John baptized with water but you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit. (11:16)

G How did John baptize?
With water. (11:16)

G How will you be baptized?
The Holy Spirit. (11:16)

X Context question: 2 part question: how did John baptize and how will you be
baptized?
Water, the Holy Spirit. (11:16)
A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 17, what did God give them?
The same gift as he gave us. (11:17)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 17, who believed in the Lord Jesus Christ?
Us. (11:17)

G When did they have no further objections?
When they heard this. (11:18)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 18, when did they praise God?
When they heard this. (11:18)

G What has God granted?
The Gentiles repentance unto life. (11:18)

G Whom has God granted repentance unto life?
Even the Gentiles. (11:18)

G In connection with whom had those been scattered?
Stephen. (11:19)

G Where did those who had been scattered travel?
As far as Phoenicia, Cyprus and Antioch. (11:19)

G Whom did those who had been scattered tell the message?
Only to Jews. (11:19)

G Who told the message only to Jews?
Those who had been scattered by the persecution in connection with Stephen.
(11:19)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 20, who went to Antioch?
Men from Cyprus and Cyrene. (11:20)

G Who began to speak to Greeks also?
Men from Cyprus and Cyrene. (11:20)

G To whom did men from Cyprus and Cyrene speak?
Greeks. (11:20)

G What did they tell Greeks also?
The good news about the Lord Jesus. (11:20)

G Whose hand was with them?
The Lord‟s. (11:21)


A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 21, who believed?
A great number of people. (11:21)

G Who turned to the Lord?
A great number of people. (11:21)

G What reached the ears of the church at Jerusalem?
News of this. (11:22)

G Where did news of this reach?
The church at Jerusalem. (11:22)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 22, where did they send Barnabas?
Antioch. (11:22)

G What did Barnabas see?
Evidence of the grace of God. (11:23)

G Of what did Barnabas see evidence?
The grace of God. (11:23)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 23, what was he?
Glad. (11:23)

G What did Barnabas encourage them to do?
Remain true to the Lord with all their hearts. (11:23)

G How did Barnabas encourage them to remain true to the Lord?
With all their hearts. (11:23)

G Who encouraged them to remain true to the Lord with all their hearts?
Barnabas. (11:23)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 24, what was he?
A good man, full of the Holy spirit and faith. (11:24)

G Who was a good man?
Barnabas. (11:24)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 24, who was full of the Holy spirit?
Barnabas. (11:24)
A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 24, who were brought to the Lord?
A great number of people. (11:24)


G Who went to Tarsus?
Barnabas. (11:25)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 25, where did Barnabas go?
Tarsus. (11:25)

G Why did Barnabas go to Tarsus?
To look for Saul. (11:25)

G Who found Saul?
Barnabas. (11:26)

G Where did he bring Saul when he found him?
Antioch. (11:26)

G Who brought Sault to Antioch?
Barnabas. (11:26)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 27, who met with the church?
Barnabas and Saul. (11:26)

G When did Barnabas and Saul meet with the church?
For a whole year. (11:26)

G With whom did Barnabas and Saul meet?
The church. (11:26)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 26, whom did they teach?
Great numbers of people. (11:26)

G Where were the disciples first called Christians?
At Antioch. (11:26)

G What were the disciples first called at Antioch?
Christians. (11:26)

G Who were first called Christians at Antioch?
The disciples. (11:26)
G When did some prophets come down from Jerusalem to Antioch?
During this time. (11:27)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 27, where did some prophets come?
Antioch. (11:27)


A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 28, who stood up?
Agabus. (11:28)

G What did Agabus predict?
A severe famine would spread over the entire Roman world. (11:28)

G Where would a severe famine spread?
Over the entire Roman world. (11:28)

G What would spread over the entire Roman world?
A severe famine. (11:28)

A According to Acts chapter 11 verse 28, when did this happen?
During the reign of Claudius. (11:28)

G Who decided to provide help to the brothers living in Judea?
The disciples. (11:29)

G How did the disciples decide to provide help?
Each according to his ability. (11:29)

G To whom did the disciples decide to provide help?
The brothers living in Judea. (11:29)

G How did they send their gifts to the elders?
By Barnabas and Saul. (11:30)

G To whom did they send their gifts?
The elders. (11:30)

                           Chapter 12

G When did King Herod arrest some who belonged to the church?
About this time. (12:1)

G Who arrested some who belonged to the church?
King Herod. (12:1)
G Whom did King Herod arrest?
Some who belonged to the church. (12:1)

G How did King Herod arrest some who belonged to the church?
Intending to persecute them. (12:1)

G Whom did he have put to death with the sword?
James the brother of John. (12:2)
G Who was the brother of John?
James. (12:2)

G How did he have James put to death?
With the sword. (12:2)

G What pleased the Jews?
This (he had James put to death with the sword). (12:3)

G Whom did he proceed to seize?
Peter. (12:3)

G When did he proceed to seize Peter also?
When he saw this pleased the Jews. (12:3)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 3, when did this happen?
During the feast of Unleavened bread. (12:3)

G What happened during the feast of Unleavened bread?
He proceeded to seize Peter. (12:3)

G When did he put Peter in prison?
After arresting him. (12:4)

G Where did he put Peter?
In prison. (12:4)

G How did he hand him over to be guarded?
By four squads of four soldiers each. (12:4)

G Who was handed over to be guarded by four squads of four soldiers each?
Peter. (12:4)

X Context question: How many guards in total guarded Peter?
16. (12:4)
G Who intended to bring him out for public trial after the Passover?
Herod. (12:4)

G When did Herod intend to bring him out for public trial?
After the Passover. (12:4)

G For what did Herod intend to bring him out?
Public trial. (12:4)


G Who was kept in prison?
Peter. (12:5)

G Where was Peter kept?
In prison. (12:5)

G Who was praying for Peter?
The church. (12:5)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 5, who was praying?
The church. (12:5)

G How was the church praying for Peter?
Earnestly. (12:5)

G Who was to bring him to trial?
Herod. (12:6)

G Who was sleeping between two soldiers?
Peter. (12:6)

G When was Peter sleeping between two soldiers?
The night before Herod was to bring him to trial. (12:6)

G Between how many soldiers was Peter sleeping?
Two. (12:6)

G Who stood guard at the entrance?
Sentries. (12:6)

G Where did sentries stand guard?
The entrance. (12:6)
G When did an angel of the Lord appear?
Suddenly. (12:7)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 7, who appeared?
An angel of the Lord. (12:7)

G What shone in the cell?
A light. (12:7)

G Where did he strike Peter?
On the side. (12:7)


G Who struck Peter on the side?
An angel of the Lord. (12:7)

G Who woke Peter up?
An angel of the Lord. (12:7)

G What fell off Peter‟s wrists?
The chains. (12:7)

G Where did the chains fall off?
Peter‟s wrists. (12:7)

G What put on?
Your clothes and sandals. (12:8)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 8, what did Peter do?
Put on his clothes and sandals. (12:8)

G What wrap around you?
Your cloak. (12:8)

X Context question: 3 part question: what instructions did the angel give Peter?
Put on your clothes and sandals; wrap your cloak around you; follow me. (12:8)

G Who followed him out of the prison?
Peter. (12:9)

G Where did Peter follow him?
Out of the prison. (12:9)

G What did Peter have no idea?
What the angel was doing was really happening. (12:9)

G What was really happening?
What the angel was doing. (12:9)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 9, what did he think?
He was seeing a vision. (12:9)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 10, where did they pass?
The first and second guards. (12:10)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 10, to where did they come?
The iron gate leading to the city. (12:10)


G What was leading to the city?
The iron gate. (12:10)

G Where was the iron gate leading?
To the city. (12:10)

G How did the iron gate open?
By itself. (12:10)

G What opened by itself?
The iron gate. (12:10)

G When did the angel leave him?
When they had walked the length of one street. (12:10)

G How long had they walked?
The length of one street. (12:10)

G Who came to himself?
Peter. (12:11)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 11, what do I know?
The Lord sent his angel and rescued me from Herod‟s clutches and from
everything the Jewish people were anticipating. (12:11)

G What do I know without a doubt?
The Lord sent his angel and rescued me from Herod‟s clutches and from
everything the Jewish people were anticipating. (12:11)
G Who sent his angel?
The Lord. (12:11)

G Who rescued me from Herod‟s clutches?
The Lord. (12:11)

X Context question: 2 part answer: From what did the Lord rescue me?
Herod‟s clutches, everything the Jewish people were anticipating. (12:11)

G What had dawned on him?
The Lord sent his angel and rescued me from Herod‟s clutches and from
everything the Jewish people were anticipating. (12:11)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 12, where did he go?
The house of Mary. (12:12)


G Who went to the house of Mary?
Peter. (12:12)

G To whose house did Peter go?
The house of Mary. (12:12)

G Who was the mother of John?
Mary. (12:12)

G Of whom was Mary the mother?
John. (12:12)

G Who was also called Mark?
John. (12:12)

G Where were many people praying?
The house of Mary. (12:12)

G Who knocked at the outer entrance?
Peter. (12:13)

G Where did Peter knock?
The outer entrance. (12:13)

G Who came to answer the door?
A servant girl. (12:13)
G What was the servant girl named?
Rhoda. (12:13)

G Who was named Rhoda?
A servant girl. (12:13)

G Who answered the door?
Rhoda. (12:13)

G Whose voice did she recognize?
Peter‟s. (12:14)

G When was she overjoyed?
When she recognized Peter‟s voice. (12:14)

G How overjoyed was she?
She ran back without opening it and exclaimed: “Peter is at the door!” (12:14)


G How did she run back?
Without opening it. (12:14)

G Who is at the door?
Peter. (12:14)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 14, where is Peter?
At the door. (12:14)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 15, what are you?
Out of your mind. (12:15)

G What did she keep on insisting?
That it was so. (12:15)

G Who must it be?
His angel. (12:15)

G Who kept on knocking?
Peter. (12:16)

G What did Peter keep on doing?
Knocking. (12:16)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 16, whom did they see?
Peter. (12:16)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 16, when were they astonished?
When they opened the door and saw him. (12:16)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 17, who motioned with his hand?
Peter. (12:17)

G Why did Peter motion with his hand?
For them to be quiet. (12:17)

G What did Peter describe?
How the Lord had brought him out of prison. (12:17)

G Who brought him out of prison?
The Lord. (12:17)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 17, whom tell about this?
James and the brothers. (12:17)


A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 17, for what did he leave?
Another place. (12:17)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 18, what was there?
No small commotion among the soldiers as to what had become of Peter.
(12:18)

G What was there in the morning?
No small commotion among the soldiers as to what had become of Peter.
(12:18)

G When was there no small commotion among the soldiers?
In the morning. (12:18)

G Who had a thorough search made for him?
Herod. (12:19)

G Who did not find him?
Herod. (12:19)

G Whom did Herod cross-examine?
The guards. (12:19)
G what did Herod order?
That they be executed. (12:19)

G Where did Herod go?
From Judea to Caesarea. (12:19)

G How long did Herod stay there?
A while. (12:19)

G With whom had Herod been quarreling?
The people of Tyre and Sidon. (12:20)

G Who had been quarreling with the people of Tyre and Sidon?
Herod. (12:20)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 20, who joined together?
The people of Tyre and Sidon. (12:200

G Who sought an audience with Herod?
The people of Tyre and Sidon. (12:200

G With whom did the people of Tyre and Sidon seek an audience?
Herod. (12:20)


G What did Herod secure?
The support of Blastus. (12:20)

G Whose support did Herod secure?
Blastus. (12:20)

G Who secured the support of Blastus?
Herod. (12:20)

G Who was Blastus?
A trusted personal servant of the king. (12:20)

G Who was a trusted personal servant of the king?
Blastus. (12:20)

G Why did they ask for peace?
Because they depended on the king‟s country for their food supply. (12:20)

G On whose country did they depend?
The king‟s. (12:20)

G For what did they depend on the king‟s country?
Their food supply. (12:20)

G What was Herod wearing?
His royal robes. (12:21)

G When was Herod wearing his royal robes?
On the appointed day. (12:21)

G Where did Herod sit?
On his throne. (12:21)

G Who sat on his throne?
Herod. (12:21)

G What did Herod deliver to the people?
A public address. (12:21)

G To whom did Herod deliver a public address?
The people. (12:21)

G Why did an angel of the Lord strike him down?
Because he did not give praise to God. (12:23)


G To whom did Herod not give praise?
God. (12:23)

G Who did not give praise to God?
Herod. (12:23)

G Who struck Herod down?
An angel of the Lord. (12:23)

G Whom did an angel of the Lord strike down?
Herod. (12:23)

G How did Herod die?
He was eaten by worms. (12:23)

G By what was Herod eaten?
Worms. (12:23)
G Who was eaten by worms?
Herod. (12:23)

 G What continued to increase and spread?
The word of God. (12:24)

G Who had finished their mission?
Barnabas and Saul. (12:25)

A According to Acts chapter 12 verse 25, who returned from Jerusalem?
Barnabas and Saul. (12:25)

G How did they return from Jerusalem?
Taking with them John also called Mark. (12:25)

G Who was also called Mark?
John. (12:25)

                                 Chapter 13

G Where were there prophets and teachers?
In the church at Antioch. (13:1)

G What were there in the church at Antioch?
Prophets and teachers. (13:1)

X Context question: 5 part answer: what were the prophets and teachers at
Antioch?
Barnabas, Simeon called Niger, Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen and Saul. (13:1)
G Who was called Niger?
Simeon. (13:1)

G What was Simeon called?
Niger. (13:1)

G Who was of Cyrene?
Lucius. (13:1)

G Who had been brought up with Herod the tetrarch?
Manaen. (13:1)

G With whom had Manaen been brought up?
Herod the tetrarch. (13:1)
A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 2, what were they doing?
Worshiping the Lord and fasting. (13:2)

G Whom were they worshiping?
The Lord. (13:2)

G Whom set apart for the work to which I have called them?
Barnabas and Saul. (13:2)

G For what set apart Barnabas and Saul?
The work to which I have called them. (13:2)

G What did they place on them?
Their hands. (13:3)

G When did they place their hands on them?
After they had fasted and prayed. (13:3)

G Who were sent on their way by the Holy Spirit?
The two of them. (13:4)

G By whom were the two of them sent on their way?
The Holy Spirit. (13:4)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 4, where did they go?
Down to Seleucia. (13:4)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 4, where did they sail?
Cyprus. (13:4)


A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 5, where did they arrive?
Salamis. (13:5)

G Where did they proclaim the word of God at Salamis?
The Jewish synagogues. (13:5)

G Who was with them as their helper?
John. (13:5)

G How was John with them?
As their helper. (13:5)
A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 5, through where did they travel?
The whole island until they came to Paphos. (13:6)

G Where did they meet a Jewish sorcerer?
Paphos. (13:6)

G Whom did they meet at Paphos?
A Jewish sorcerer and false prophet named Bar-Jesus. (13:6)

G Who was Bar-Jesus?
A Jewish sorcerer and false prophet who was an attendant of the proconsul.
(13:6)

G Who was an attendant of the proconsul?
Bar-Jesus. (13:7)

G Who was the proconsul?
Sergius Paulus. (13:7)

G Who was Sergius Paulus?
The proconsul. (13:7)

G Who was an intelligent man?
Sergius Paulus. (13:7)

G Who sent for Barnabas and Saul?
Sergius Paulus. (13:7)

G Why did Sergius Paulus send for the proconsul?
Because he wanted to hear the word of God. (13:7)

G What did Sergius Paulus want to hear?
The word of God. (13:7)


G Who was Elymas?
The sorcerer. (13:8)

X Context question: What is another name of Bar-Jesus?
Elymas. (13:8)

G What does the Elymas‟ name mean?
The sorcerer. (13:8)
G Who opposed them?
Elymas. (13:8)

G Who tried to turn the proconsul from the faith?
Elymas. (13:8)

G Whom did Elymas try to turn from the faith?
The proconsul. (13:8)

G Who was also called Paul?
Saul. (13:9)

G Whom was Saul also called?
Paul. (13:9)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 9, who was filled with the Holy Spirit?
Saul (Paul) (13:9)

G With whom was Saul filled?
The Holy Spirit. (13:9)

G Who looked straight at Elymas?
Saul. (Paul) (13:9)

G At whom did Saul look straight?
Elymas. (13:9)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 10, what are you?
A child of the devil and an enemy of everything that is right! (13:10)

G Who is a child of the devil?
Elymas. (13:10)

G Of whom is Elymas a child?
The devil. (13:10)


G Of what is Elymas an enemy?
Everything that is right. (13:10)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 10, of what are you full?
All kinds of deceit and trickery. (13:10)

G What will you never stop perverting?
The right ways of the Lord. (13:10)

G What is against you?
The hand of the Lord. (13:11)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 11, what are you going to be?
Blind. (13:11)

G What will you be unable to see for a time?
The light of the sun. (13:11)

G How long will you be unable to see the light of the sun?
For a time. (13:11)

G What came over him?
Mist and darkness. (13:11)

G When did mist and darkness come over him?
Immediately. (13:11)

G How did he grope about?
Seeking someone to lead him by the hand. (13:11)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 12, who believed?
The proconsul. (13:12)

G When did the proconsul believe?
When he saw what had happened. (13:12)

G Why did the proconsul believe?
He was amazed at the teaching about the Lord. (13:12)

G At what was the proconsul amazed?
The teaching about the Lord. (13:12)

G Who sailed to Perga?
Paul and his companions. (13:13)


A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 13, to where did Paul and his companions
sail?
Perga in Pamphylia. (13:13)

G Who left them to return to Jerusalem?
John. (13:13)

G Where did John leave them?
In Perga. (13:13)

G Where did they go from Perga?
Pisidian Antioch. (13:14)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 14, where did they go?
Pisidian Antioch. (13:14)

G From where did they go to Pisidian Antioch?
Perga in Pamphylia. (13:14)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 14, where did they enter?
The synagogue. (13:14)

G When did they enter the synagogue?
On the Sabbath. (13:14)

G From what did they read?
The Law and the Prophets. (13:15)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 15, who sent word to them?
The synagogue rulers. (13:15)

G What if you have a message of encouragement for the people?
Please speak. (13:15)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 16, who motioned with his hand?
Paul. (13:16)

G With what did Paul motion?
His hand. (13:16)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 16, whom listen to me?
Men of Israel and you Gentiles who worship God. (13:16)

G Who chose our fathers?
The God of the people of Israel. (13:17)


G Whom did the God of the people of Israel choose?
Our fathers. (13:17)
G When did he make the people prosper?
During their stay in Egypt. (13:17)

G How did he make the people prosper?
With mighty power. (13:17)

G Where did the lead them?
Out of that country. (13:17)

G Who led them out of that country?
The God of the people of Israel. (13:17)

G How long did he endure their conduct?
About forty years in the desert. (13:18)

G What did he endure about forty years in the desert?
Their conduct. (13:18)

G Where did he endure their conduct?
In the desert. (13:18)

G How many nations did he overthrow in Canaan?
Seven. (13:19)

G Where did overthrow seven nations?
In Canaan. (13:19)

G To whom did he give their land?
His people. (13:19)

G How did he give their land to his people?
As their inheritance. (13:19)


A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 20, how long did all this take?
450 years. (13:20)

G What did God give them after this?
Judges. (13:20)

G How long did God give them judges?
Until the time of Samuel the prophet. (13:20)
A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 20, who was the prophet?
Samuel. (13:20)

G For what did the people ask?
A king. (13:21)

G Who asked for a king?
The people. (13:21)

X Context question: for what did the people ask and who did he give them?
A king; Saul son of Kish. (13:21)

G Who was the son of Kish?
Saul. (13:21)

G Of whom was Saul the son?
Kish. (13:21)

G Of what tribe was Saul?
Benjamin. (13:21)

G How many years did Saul rule?
Forty. (13:21)

G Whom did he make their king after removing Saul?
David. (13:22)

G When did he make David their king?
After removing Saul. (13:22)

G What did he testify concerning David?
“I have found David son of Jesse a man after my own heart; he will do
everything I want him to do.” (13:22)

G Who is the son of Jesse?
David. (13:22)

G Of whom is David the son?
Jesse. (13:22)

G Who is a man after my own heart?
David son of Jesse. (13:22)

G Who will do everything I want him to do?
David. (13:22)

G What will David do?
Everything I want him to do. (13:22)

G From whom did God bring to Israel the savior Jesus?
This man‟s descendants. (13:23)

G Whom did God bring from this man‟s descendants?
The savior Jesus. (13:23)

G Whom did he promise?
The savior Jesus. (13:23)

G Who is the savior?
Jesus. (13:23)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 23, who is Jesus?
The savior. (13:23)

G When did John preach repentance?
Before the coming of Jesus. (13:24)

X Context question: 2 part question: What did John preach?
Repentance and baptism. (13:24)

G To whom did John preach repentance and baptism?
All the people of Israel. (13:24)

G Who was completing his work?
John. (13:25)

G What was John completing?
His work. (13:25)

G What did John say as he was completing his work?
“Who do you think I am? I am not that one. No, but he is coming after me,
whose sandals I am not unworthy to untie.” (13:25)

G Who is coming after me?
That one, whose sandals I am not unworthy to untie. (13:25)

G what am I not unworthy to untie?
His sandals. (13:25)
A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 26, what is it?
To us that this message of salvation has been sent. (13:26)

G To whom has this message of salvation been sent?
Us; children of Abraham and God-fearing Gentiles. (13:26)

G Who did not recognize Jesus?
The people of Jerusalem and their rulers. (13:27)

G Whom did the people of Jerusalem and their rulers not recognize?
Jesus. (13:27)

G What did they fulfill in condemning him?
The words of the prophets that are read every Sabbath. (13:27)

G What are read every Sabbath?
The words of the prophets. (13:27)

G When are the words of the prophets read?
Every Sabbath. (13:27)

G For what did they find no proper ground?
A death sentence. (13:28)

G What did they ask Pilate?
To have him executed. (13:28)

G Whom did they ask to have in executed?
Pilate. (13:28)

G What had they carried out?
All that was written about him. (13:29)

G When did they take him down from the tree?
When they had carried out all that was written about him. (13:29)

X Context question: 2 part answer: what did they do when they had carried out
all that was written about him?
Took him down from the tree and laid him in a tomb. (13:29)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 29, from where did they take him down?
The tree. (13:29)
G Where did they lay him?
In a tomb. (13:29)

G Who raised him from the dead?
God. (13:30)

G How long was he seen by those who had traveled with him from Galilee to
Jerusalem?
For many days. (13:31)

G By whom was he seen?
Those who had traveled with him from Galilee to Jerusalem. (13:31)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 31, who are now his witnesses?
Those who had traveled with him from Galilee to Jerusalem. (13:31)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 32, what do we tell you?
The good news. (13:32)

G What has he fulfilled for us their children?
What God promised our fathers. (13:32-33)

G How has he fulfilled it for us their children?
By raising up Jesus. (13:33)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 33, what is written?
“You are my Son; today I have become you Father.” (13:33)

G What is written in the second Psalm?
“You are my Son; today I have become you Father.” (13:33)

X Context question: In what old testament book is it written: “You are my Son;
today I have become your Father?”
Psalm. (13:33)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 33, what are you?
My son. (13:33)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 33, what have I become?
Your father. (13:33)

G When have I become your father?
Today. (13:33)
G Who raised him from the dead?
God. (13:34)

G How did God raise him from the dead?
Never to decay. (13:34)

G How is the fact that God raised him from the dead stated?
In these words: “I will give you the holy and sure blessings promised to David.”
(13:34)

G What is stated in these words: “I will give you the holy and sure blessings
promised to David”?
The fact that God raised him from the dead never to decay. (13:34)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 34, what will I give you?
The holy and sure blessings promised to David. (13:34)

G What is promised to David?
The holy and sure blessings. (13:34)

G To whom is the holy and sure blessings promised?
David. (13:34)

G What is stated elsewhere?
“You will not let your Holy One see decay.” (13:35)

G What will you not let your Holy One see?
Decay. (13:35)

G Who will you not let see decay?
Your Holy One. (13:35)

G Who had served God‟s purpose in his own generation?
David. (13:36)

G When had David served God‟s purpose?
In his own generation. (13:36)

G Whose purpose had David served?
God‟s. (13:36)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 36, who fell asleep?
David. (13:36)
G Who was buried with his fathers?
David. (13:36)

G With whom was David buried?
His fathers. (13:36)

G Whose body decayed?
David‟s. (13:36)

X Context question: 3 part answer: What happened when David had served
God‟s purpose in his own generation?
He fell asleep, he was buried with his fathers and his body decayed. (13:36)
G Who did not see decay?
The one whom God raised from the dead. (13:37)

G What did the one whom God raised from the dead not see?
Decay. (13:37)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 38, what do I want you to know?
Through Jesus the forgiveness of sins is proclaimed to you. (13:38)

G What is proclaimed to you?
The forgiveness of sins. (13:38)

G Through whom is the forgiveness of sins proclaimed to you?
Jesus. (13:38)

G Who is justified from everything you could not be justified from by the law of
Moses?
Everyone who believes. (13:39)

G From what is everyone who believes justified?
Everything you could not be justified from by the law of Moses. (13:39)

G By what could you not be justified from everything?
The law of Moses. (13:39)

G What take care?
That what the prophets have said does not happen to you. (13:40)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 41, whom look?
You scoffers. (13:41)

G Why wonder and perish?
God is going to do something in your days that you would not believe even if
someone told you. (13:41)

G Who is going to do something in your days that you would not believe?
God. (13:41)

G What is God going to do in your days?
Something you would not believe even if someone told you. (13:41)

G Who were leaving the synagogue?
Paul and Barnabas. (13:42)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 42, what were Paul and Barnabas leaving?
The synagogue. (13:42)

G Who invited them to speak further about these things on the next Sabbath?
The people. (13:42)

G When did the people invite them to speak further about these things?
On the next Sabbath. (13:42)

G Whom did the people invite to speak further about these things?
Paul and Barnabas. (13:42)

G Who was dismissed?
The congregation. (13:43)

G When did many of the Jews and devout converts to Judaism follow Paul and
Barnabas?
When the congregation was dismissed. (13:43)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 43, who followed Paul and Barnabas?
Many of the Jews and devout converts to Judaism. (13:43)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 43, who talked with them?
Paul and Barnabas. (13:43)

G Who urged them to continue in the grace of God?
Paul and Barnabas. (13:43)

G In what did Paul and Barnabas urge them to continue?
The grace of God. (13:43)

G Who gathered to hear the word of the Lord?
Almost the whole city. (13:44)

G When did almost the whole city gather to hear the word of the Lord?
The next Sabbath. (13:44)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 45, who saw the crowds?
The Jews. (13:45)

G With what were the Jews filled?
Jealousy. (13:45)

G Who were filled with jealousy?
The Jews. (13:45)

G When were the Jews filled with jealousy?
when they saw the crowds. (13:45)


G Against what did the Jews talk abusively?
What Paul was saying. (13:45)

G How did the Jews talk against what Paul was saying?
Abusively. (13:45)

G When did we have to speak the word of God to you?
First. (13:46)

G Why do we turn to the Gentiles?
You reject it and do not consider yourselves worthy of eternal life. (13:46)

G Of what do you not consider yourselves worthy?
Eternal life. (13:46)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 47, what is what the Lord has commanded
us?
“I have made you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the
ends of the earth.” (13:47)

G For whom have I made you a light?
The Gentiles. (13:47)

G Why have I made you a light for the Gentiles?
That you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth. (13:47)
G Where may you bring salvation?
The ends of the earth. (13:47)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 48, who heard this?
The Gentiles. (13:48)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 48, what were they?
Glad. (13:48)

G What did the Gentiles honor?
The word of the Lord. (13:48)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 48, who believed?
All who were appointed for eternal life. (13:48)

G What spread through the whole region?
The word of the Lord. (13:49)

G Where did the word of the Lord spread?
Through the whole region. (13:49)

G Who incited the God-fearing women of high standing and the leading men of
the city?
The Jews. (13:50)

G Whom did the Jews incite?
The God-fearing women of high standing and the leading men of the city.
(13:50)

G Against whom did they stir up persecution?
Paul and Barnabas. (13:50)

G Whom did they expel from their region?
Paul and Barnabas. (13:50)

G Who expelled them from their region?
The Jews. (13:50)

G What did they shake from their feet?
The dust. (13:51)

G Who shook the dust from their feet?
Paul and Barnabas. (13:51)
G From what did they shake the dust?
Their feet. (13:51)

A According to Acts chapter 13 verse 51, where did they go?
Iconium. (13:51)

G Who were filled with joy and with the Holy Spirit?
The disciples. (13:52)

G With what were the disciples filled?
Joy and the Holy Spirit. (13:52)

                           Chapter 14

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 1, where did Paul and Barnabas go?
Into the Jewish synagogue. (14:1)

G How effectively did they speak?
A great number of Jews and Gentiles believed. (14:1)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 1, who believed?
A great number of Jews and Gentiles. (14:1)

G Who refused to believe?
The Jews. (14:2)
G Who stirred up the Gentiles?
The Jews who refused to believe. (14:2)

G Who did the Jews who refused to believe stir up?
The Gentiles. (14:2)

G Who poisoned their minds against the brothers?
The Jews who refused to believe. (14:2)

G Whom did the Jews who refused to believe stir up?
The Gentiles. (14:2)

G Against whom did they poison their minds?
The brothers. (14:2)

G Who spent considerable time there?
Paul and Barnabas. (14:3)

G How did Paul and Barnabas spend time there?
Speaking boldly for the Lord. (14:3)

G Who confirmed the message of his grace?
The Lord. (14:3)

G How did the Lord confirm the message of his grace?
By enabling them to do miraculous signs and wonders. (14:3)

G Who were divided?
The people of the city. (14:4)

G With whom did some side?
The Jews. (14:4)

G With whom did others side?
The apostles. (14:4)

X Context question: 2 part question: with whom did some side and with whom
did others side?
The Jews; the apostles. (14:4)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 5, what was there?
A plot afoot among the Gentiles and Jews together with their leaders to mistreat
and stone them. (14:5)

G Among whom was there a plot afoot?
The Gentiles and Jews together with their leaders. (14:5)
G About what did they find out?
A plot to mistreat and stone them. (14:6)

G Where did they flee?
The Lycaonian cities of Lystra and Derbe and to the surrounding country. (14:6)

G Where did they continue to preach the good news?
The Lycaonian cities of Lystra and Derbe and to the surrounding country. (14:6-
7)

G What did they continue to preach?
The good news. (14:7)

G Where sat a man crippled in his feet?
In Lystra. (14:8)

G In what sat a man crippled?
His feet. (14:8)

G Who was lame from birth?
A man crippled in his feet in Lystra. (14:8)

G Who had never walked?
A man crippled in his feet in Lystra. (14:8)

G How long was the man from Lystra lame?
Birth. (14:8)

G When did he listen to Paul?
As he was speaking. (14:9)

G At whom did Paul look directly?
The man crippled from birth. (14:9)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 9, what did he see?
He had the faith to be healed. (14:9)

G Who had the faith to be healed?
The man crippled from birth (14:8-9)

G Who jumped up and began to walk?
The man. (14:10)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 11, what did the crowd see?
What Paul had done. (14:11)


G What did they shout in the Lycaonian language?
The gods have come down to us in human form! (14:11)

G How have the gods come down to us?
In human form. (14:11)

G Who have come down to us in human form?
The gods. (14:11)

G Who did they call Zeus?
Barnabas. (14:12)

G Who did they call Hermes?
Paul. (14:12)
G What did they call Barnabas?
Zeus. (14:12)

G What did they call Paul?
Hermes. (14:12)

X Context question: 2 part question: what two gods came down in human form?
Zeus; Hermes. (14:12)

G Why did they call Paul Hermes?
Because he was their chief speaker. (14:12)

G Who was their chief speaker?
Paul. (14:12)

G Whose temple was just outside the city?
The priest of Zeus. (14:13)

G Where was the priest of Zeus‟ temple?
Just outside the city. (14:13)

G What did the priest of Zeus bring?
Bulls and wreaths. (14:13)

G Where did the priest of Zeus bring bulls and wreaths?
To the city gates. (14:13)

G Why did the priest of Zeus bring bulls and wreaths to the city gates?
Because he and the crowd wanted to offer sacrifices to them. (14:13)


G What did he and the crowd want to offer to them?
Sacrifices. (14:13)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 14, who heard of this?
Barnabas and Paul. (14:14)

G Who tore their clothes?
Barnabas and Paul. (14:14)

G Who rushed out into the crowd?
Barnabas and Paul. (14:14)
G When did Barnabas and Paul tear their clothes?
When they heard this. (14:14)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 15, what are we?
Only men, human like you. (14:15)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 15, what are we bringing you?
Good news. (14:15)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 15, what are we telling you?
To turn from these worthless things to the living God. (14:15)

G From what are we telling you to turn?
These worthless things. (14:15)

G To whom are we telling you to turn?
The living God. (14:15)

X Context question: 2 part question: from what are we telling you to turn and to
whom are we telling you to turn?
These worthless things; the living God. (14:15)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 15, what did God make?
The heaven and earth and sea and everything in them. (14:15)

G Who made the heaven and earth and sea and everything in them?
God. (14:15)

G What did God let in the past?
All nations go their own way. (14:16)

G When did God let all nations go their own way?
In the past. (14:16)

G What did God let all nations do in the past?
Go their own way. (14:16)

G Without what has he not left himself?
Testimony. (14:17)

X Context question: 4 part answer: How has he shown kindness?
By giving you rain from heaven; crops in their seasons; provides you with plenty
of food; fills your hearts with joy. (14:17)
G From where does he give you rain?
Heaven. (14:17)

G When does he give you crops?
In their seasons. (14:17)

G With what does he provide you?
Plenty of food. (14:17)

G With what does he fill your heart?
Joy. (14:17)

G What does he fill with joy?
Your heart. (14:17)

G Even with what did they have difficulty keeping the crowd from sacrificing to
them?
These words. (14:18)

G What difficulty did they have?
Keeping the crowd from sacrificing to them. (14:18)

G Who won the crowd over?
Some Jews from Antioch and Iconium. (14:19)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 19, whom did they stone?
Paul. (14:19)

G Whom did they drag outside the city?
Paul. (14:19)

G Where did they drag Paul?
Outside the city. (14:19)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 19, what did they think?
He was dead. (14:19)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 20, when did he get up?
After the disciples had gathered around him. (14:20)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 20, where did he go?
Back into the city. (14:20)

G For where did he and Barnabas leave the next day?
Derbe. (14:20)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 21, where did they preach the good news?
That city. (14:21)

G How many people did they win in Derbe?
A large number. (14:21)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 21, where did they return?
Lystra, Iconium and Antioch. (14:21)

G Who did they strengthen?
The disciples. (14:22)

G What did they encourage the disciples to do?
Remain true to the faith. (14:22)

G To what did they encourage the disciples to remain true?
The faith. (14:22)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 22, through what must we go?
Many hardships. (14:22)

G Why must we go through many hardships?
To enter the kingdom of God. (14:22)

G Whom did Paul and Barnabas appoint?
Elders for them in each church. (14:23)

G Who appointed elders for them in each church?
Paul and Barnabas. (14:23)

G How did Paul and Barnabas commit the elders to the Lord?
With prayer and fasting. (14:23)

G To whom did Paul and Barnabas commit elders?
The Lord. (14:23)


G In whom did they put their trust?
The Lord. (14:23)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 24, through where did they go?
Pisidia. (14:24)
A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 24, to where did they come?
Pamphylia. (14:24)

G When did they come into Pamphylia?
After they went through Pisidia. (14:24)

G To where did they come after they went through Pisidia?
Pamphylia. (14:24)

G What did they preach in Perga?
The word. (14:25)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 25, where did they preach the word?
Perga. (14:25)

A According to Acts chapter 14 verse 25, where did they go?
Attalia. (14:25)

G When did they go to Attalia?
After they had preached the word in Perga. (14:25)

G To where did they sail from Attalia?
Antioch. (14:26)

G From where did they sail back to Antioch?
Attalia. (14:26)

G Where had they been committed to the grace of God?
Antioch. (14:26)

G For what had they been committed to the grace of God?
For the work they had now completed. (14:26)

G When did the gather the church together and report all that God had done
through them?
On arriving there. (14:27)

G What did they report on arriving there?
All that God had done through them and how he had opened the door of faith to
the Gentiles. (14:27)
G What had God opened?
The door of faith to the Gentiles. (14:27)
G What had God opened to the Gentiles?
The door of faith. (14:27)

G To whom had God opened the door of faith?
The Gentiles. (14:27)

G With whom did they stay there a long time?
The disciples. (14:28)

G How long did they stay with the disciples?
A long time. (14:28)

                                 Chapter 15

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 1, from where did some men come?
Judea. (15:1)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 1, to where did some men come?
Antioch. (15:1)

G What were some men teaching?
“Unless you are circumcised, according to the custom taught by Moses, you
cannot be saved.” (15:1)

G Unless what can you not be saved?
You are circumcised according to the custom taught by Moses. (15:1)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 1, when will you be saved?
If you are circumcised according to the custom taught by Moses. (15:1)

G Into what did this bring Paul and Barnabas?
Sharp dispute and debate with them. (15:2)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 2, Who were appointed?
Paul and Barnabas along with some other believers. (15:2)

G Who were appointed to see the apostles and elders about this question?
Paul and Barnabas along with some other believers. (15:2)

G About what were Paul and Barnabas appointed to see the apostles and elders?
This question. (15:2)


G To see whom were Paul and Barnabas appointed?
Apostles and elders. (15:2)

G Who sent Paul and Barnabas on their way?
The church. (15:3)

G Where did the church send Paul and Barnabas?
On their way. (15:3)

G Whom did the church send on their way?
Paul and Barnabas. (15:3)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 3, where did they travel?
Through Phoenicia and Samaria. (15:3)

G What did they tell as they traveled through Phoenicia and Samaria?
How the Gentiles had been converted. (15:3)

G Who had been converted?
The Gentiles. (15:3)

G what did this news make the Gentiles?
Very glad. (15:3)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 4, where did they come?
Jerusalem. (15:4)

G When were they welcomed by the church?
Jerusalem. (15:4)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 4, by whom were they welcomed?
The church and the apostles and elders. (15:4)

G To whom did they report everything God had done through them?
Church and the apostles and elders. (15:4)

G What did they report to the church and the apostles and elders?
Everything the God had done through them. (15:4)

G To what did some believers belong?
The party of the Pharisees. (15:5)

G Who belonged to the party of the Pharisees?
Some believers. (15:5)
G Who must be circumcised?
The Gentiles. (15:5)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 5, what must the Gentiles be?
Circumcised and required to obey the law of Moses. (15:5)

G Who met to consider this question?
The apostles and the elders. (15:6)

G Why did the apostles and the elders meet?
To consider this question. (15:6)

G Who got up and addressed them?
Peter. (15:7)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 7, who got up?
Peter. (15:7)

G When did Peter get up?
After much discussion. (15:7)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 7, what do you know?
Some time ago God made a choice among you that the Gentiles might hear from
my lips the message of the gospel and believe. (15:7)

G When did God make a choice among you?
Some time ago. (15:7)

G Who made a choice among you some time ago?
God. (15:7)

G Who might hear from my lips?
The Gentiles. (15:7)

G From what might the Gentiles hear?
My lips. (15:7)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 7, who might believe?
The Gentiles. (15:7)

G Who knows the heart?
God. (15:8)
A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 8, what does God know?
The heart. (15:8)

G What did God show?
That he accepted them. (15:8)

G Who showed that he accepted them?
God. (15:8)

G How did God show that he accepted them?
By giving the Holy Spirit to them, just as he did to us. (15:8)

G What did God make between us and them?
No distinction. (15:9)

G Between whom did he make no distinction?
Us and them (Jews and Gentiles) (15:9)

G How did he make no distinction between us and them?
For he purified their hearts by faith. (15:9)

G What did he purify by faith?
Their hearts. (15:9)

G How did he purify their hearts?
By faith. (15:9)

G How do you try to test God?
By putting on the necks of the disciples a yoke that neither we nor our fathers
have been able to bear. (15:10)

G What do you put on the necks of the disciples?
A yoke that neither we nor our fathers have been able to bear. (15:10)

G What have neither we nor our fathers been able to bear?
The yoke. (15:10)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 11, what do we believe?
It is through the grace of our Lord Jesus that we are saved, just as they are.
(15:11)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 11, how are we saved?
Through the grace of our Lord Jesus. (15:11)
G Who became silent?
The whole assembly. (15:12)

G When did the whole assembly become silent?
As they listened to Barnabas and Paul telling about the miraculous signs and
wonders God had done among the Gentiles through them. (15:12)
A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 12, to whom did they listen?
Barnabas and Paul. (15:12)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 12, what had God done among the Gentiles
through them?
Miraculous signs and wonders. (15:12)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 13, who spoke up?
James. (15:13)

G When did James speak up?
When they had finished. (15:13)

G What has Simon described to us?
How God at first showed his concern by taking from the Gentiles a people for
himself. (15:14)

G Who described to us how God at first showed his concern by taking from the
Gentiles a people for himself?
Simon. (15:14)

G Who showed his concern?
God. (15:14)

G When did God show his concern?
At first. (15:14)

G How did God at first show his concern?
By taking from the Gentiles a people for himself. (15:14)

G What are in agreement with this?
The words of the prophets. (15:15)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 16, when will I return?
After this. (15:16)

G What will I rebuild?
David‟s fallen tent. (15:16)
G Whose fallen tent will I rebuild?
David‟s. (15:16)

G What will I rebuild?
Its ruins. (15:16)


X Context question: 2 part answer, what will I do with its ruins?
Rebuild and restore. (15:16)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 17, who may seek the Lord?
The remnant of men. (15:17)

G Who bear my name?
The Gentiles. (15:17)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 17, who does these things?
The Lord. (15:17)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 18, when have it been known?
For ages. (15:18)
G What is my judgment?
We should not make it difficult for the Gentiles who are turning to God. (15:19)

G For whom should we not make it difficult?
The Gentiles who are turning to God. (15:19)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 19, who are turning to God?
The Gentiles. (15:19)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 20, what should we write to them?
Telling them to abstain from food polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from
the meat of strangled animals and from blood. (15:20)

X Context question: 4 part answer, from what should we tell them to abstain?
Food polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from the meat of strangled
animals and from blood. (15:20)

G Who has been preached in every city from the earliest times?
Moses. (15:21)

G Where has Moses been preached?
In every city. (15:21)
G When has Moses been preached?
From the earliest times. (15:21)

G When is Moses read?
On every Sabbath. (15:21)

G Where is Moses read?
In the synagogues. (15:21)

G Who decided to choose some of their own men?
The apostles and elders. (15:22)

G What did the apostles and elders decide?
To choose some of their own men and send them to Antioch with Paul and
Barnabas. (15:22)

G Where did the apostles and elders decide to send them?
Antioch. (15:22)

G With whom did the apostles and elders send them to Antioch?
Paul and Barnabas. (15:22)


A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 22, whom did they choose?
Judas (called Barsabbas) and Silas. (15:22)

G Who was called Barsabbas?
Judas. (15:22)

G What was Judas called?
Barsabbas. (15:22)

G Who were leaders among the brothers?
Judas and Silas. (15:22)

X Context question: 4 part answer: In Acts chapter 15, what 4 people delivered
the letter from the apostles and elders?
Barnabas, Paul, Judas, Silas. (15:23)

G To whom was the letter from the apostles and elders?
The Gentile believers in Antioch, Syria and Cilicia. (15:23)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 24, what have we heard?
Some went out from us without our authorization and disturbed you, troubling
your minds by what they said. (15:24)

G Without what did some go out from us?
Our authorization. (15:24)

G How did some disturb you?
Troubling your minds by what they said. (15:24)

G What did we all agree?
To choose some men and send them to you with our dear friends Barnabas and
Paul. (15:25)

G with whom did we send them to you?
Our dear friends Barnabas and Paul. (15:25)

G Who are our dear friends?
Barnabas and Paul. (15:25)

G What have these men risked?
Their lives. (15:26)

G For what have these men risked their lives?
The name of our Lord Jesus Christ. (15:26)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 27, whom are we sending?
Judas and Silas. (15:27)

G Why are we sending Judas and Silas?
To confirm by word of mouth what we are writing. (15:27)

G How will Judas and Silas confirm what we are writing?
By word of mouth. (15:27)

G What seemed good to the Holy Spirit and to us?
Not to burden you with anything beyond the following requirements. (15:28)

G To whom did it seem good not to burden you with anything beyond the
following requirements?
The Holy Spirit and to us. (15:28)

X Context question: 4 part answer: What are the requirements?
You are to abstain from food sacrificed to idols, from blood, from the meat of
strangled animals and from sexual immorality. (15:28-29)
G What things will you do well to avoid?
Food sacrificed to idols, blood, meat of strangled animals and sexual immorality.
(15:29)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 30, who were sent off?
The men. (15:30)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 30, where did they go?
To Antioch. (15:30)

G Where did they gather the church together?
Antioch. (15:30)


G What did they deliver?
The letter. (15:30)

G Who read it?
The people. (15:31)

G What did the people read?
The letter. (15:31)

G For what were the people glad?
Its encouraging message. (15:31)

G Who were themselves prophets?
Judas and Silas. (15:32)
A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 32, who were prophets?
Judas and Silas. (15:32)

G What were Judas and Silas?
prophets. (15:32)

G What did Judas and Silas say?
Much to encourage and strength the brothers. (15:32)

G When were they sent off by the brothers?
After spending some time there. (15:33)

G How were they sent off by the brothers?
With the blessing of peace. (15:33)
G Where were they sent off by the brothers?
To return to those who had sent them. (15:33)

G Who remained in Antioch?
Paul and Barnabas. (15:35)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 35, where did Paul and Barnabas remain?
Antioch. (15:35)

G Where did Paul and Barnabas teach the word of the Lord?
Antioch. (15:35)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 35, where did Paul and Barnabas preach
the word of the Lord?
Antioch. (15:35)


A What did Paul say to Barnabas?
Let us go back and visit the brothers in all the towns where we preached the
word of the Lord and see how they are doing. (15:36)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 36, where go?
The towns where we preached the word of the Lord. (15:36)

G Why let us go back and visit the brothers in all the towns where we preached
the word of the Lord?
To see how they are doing. (15:36)

G Whom did Barnabas want to take with them?
John also called Mark. (15:37)

G Who was called Mark?
John. (15:37)

G Whom was John also called?
Mark. (15:37)

G Who wanted to take John also called Mark?
Barnabas. (15:37)

G What did Paul not think wise?
To take John. (15:38)

G Who did not think it wise to take him?
Paul. (15:38)

G Why did Paul not think it wise to take him?
Because he had deserted them in Pamphylia. (15:38)

G Who had deserted them in Pamphylia?
John (Mark). (15:38)

G Who had not continued with them in the work?
John (Mark) (15:38)

G In what had John not continued?
The work. (15:38)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 39, what did they have?
Such a sharp disagreement that they parted company. (15:39)

G How much of a disagreement did they have?
That they parted company. (15:39)
G Who parted company?
Paul and Barnabas. (15:39)

G Who took Mark?
Barnabas. (15:39)

G Whom did Barnabas take?
Mark. (15:39)

G Where did Barnabas sail?
For Cyprus. (15:39)

G Whom did Paul choose?
Silas. (15:40)

G Who chose Silas?
Paul. (15:40)

G How did Paul and Silas leave?
Commended by the brothers to the grace of the Lord. (15:40)

G Who left commended by the brothers to the grace of the Lord?
Paul and Silas. (15:40)

A According to Acts chapter 15 verse 41, where did he go?
Through Syria and Cilicia. (15:41)

G How did he go through Syria and Cilicia?
Strengthening the churches. (15:41)

                            Chapter 16

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 1, to where did Paul come?
Derbe, Lystra. (16:1)

G Who lived in Lystra?
Timothy. (16:1)

G Where did Timothy live?
Lystra. (16:1)

G Whose mother was a Jewish and a believer?
Timothy. (16:1)

G Whose father was a Greek?
Timothy. (16:1)
G What was Timothy‟s mother?
A Jewish and a believer. (16:1)

G What was Timothy‟s father?
A Greek. (16:1)

X Context question: 2 part question: What was Timothy‟s mother and what was
his father?
A Jewish and a believer; a Greek. (16:1)

G Who spoke well of Timothy?
The brothers at Lystra and Iconium. (16:2)

G Of whom did the brothers at Lystra and Iconium speak well?
Timothy. (16:2)

G Where did Paul want to take Timothy?
Along on the journey. (16:3)

G Whom did Paul want to take along on the journey?
Timothy. (16:3)

G Whom did Paul circumcise?
Timothy. (16:3)

G Why did Paul circumcise Timothy?
Because of the Jews who lived in that area. (16:3)

G What did the Jews all know?
That his father was a Greek. (16:3)

G Who all knew that his father was a Greek?
The Jews. (16:3)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 4, where did they travel?
From town to town. (16:4)

G When did they deliver the decisions reached by the apostles and elders in
Jerusalem for the people to obey?
As they traveled from town to town. (16:4)

G What did they deliver?
The decisions reached by the apostles and elders in Jerusalem. (16:4)

G Who were strengthened in the faith?
The churches. (16:5)
G In what were the churches strengthened?
The faith. (16:5)

G What grew daily in numbers?
The churches. (16:5)

G In what did the churches grow daily?
Numbers. (16:5)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 6, where did Paul and his companions
travel?
Throughout the region of Phrygia and Galatia. (16:6)

G Who traveled throughout the region of Phrygia and Galatia?
Paul and his companions. (16:6)

G By whom were they kept from preaching the word in the province of Asia?
The Holy Spirit. (16:6)

G Where did the Holy Spirit keep Paul from preaching the word?
In the province of Asia. (16:6)
A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 7, to where did they come?
The border of Mysia. (16:7)

G To where did they try to enter?
Bithynia. (16:7)

G When did they try to enter Bithynia?
When they came to the border of Mysia. (16:7)

G Who would not allow them to enter Bithynia?
The Spirit of Jesus. (16:7)

G Where would the Spirit of Jesus not allow them to enter?
Bithynia. (16:7)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 8, by what did they pass?
Mysia. (16:8)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 8, to where did they go?
Troas. (16:8)

G What vision did Paul have?
A man of Macedonia standing and begging him: “Come over to Macedonia and
help us.” (16:9)

G When did Paul have a vision of a man of Macedonia?
During the night. (16:9)

G What did the man of Macedonia beg him?
“Come over to Macedonia and help us.” (16:9)

G When did Paul get ready at once to leave for Macedonia?
After Paul had seen the vision. (16:9)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 9, what had Paul seen?
The vision. (16:9)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 10, for what did we leave?
Macedonia. (16:10)

G What did Paul conclude?
That God had called us to preach the gospel to them. (16:10)
G What had God called us to do?
Preach the gospel to them. (16:10)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 11, from where did we put out to sea?
Troas. (16:11)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 11, for where did we sail?
Samothrace. (16:11)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 12, to where did we travel?
Philippi. (16:12)

G What was Philippi?
A Roman colony and the leading city of that district of Macedonia. (16:12)

G What was a Roman colony?
Philippi. (16:12)

G What was the leading city of that district of Macedonia?
Philippi. (16:12)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 12, how long did we stay there?
Several days. (16:12)

G When did we go outside the city gate to the river?
On the Sabbath. (16:13)


A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 13, where did we go on the Sabbath?
Outside the city gate to the river. (16:13)

G What did we expect to find at the river?
A place of prayer. (16:13)

G Where did we expect to find a place of prayer?
At the river. (16:13)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 13, to whom did we begin to speak?
The women who had gathered there. (16:13)

G Who had gathered at the river?
Women. (16:13)

G Where had the women gathered?
At the river. (16:13)

G Who was one of those listening?
Lydia. (16:14)

G Who was Lydia?
A dealer in purple cloth from the city of Thyatira. (16:14)

G Who was a dealer in purple cloth?
Lydia. (16:14)

G Who was from the city of Thyatira?
Lydia. (16:14)

G From where was Lydia?
Thyatira. (16:14)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 14, who was a worshiper of God?
Lydia. (16:14)

G Whose heart did the Lord opened?
Lydia‟s. (16:14)

G How did the Lord open Lydia‟s heart?
To respond to Paul‟s message. (16:14)

G Who opened Lydia‟s heart?
The Lord. (16:14)


A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 15, who were baptized?
She and the members of her household. (16:15)

G Who invited us to her home?
Lydia. (16:15)

G Where did Lydia invite us?
To her home. (16:15)

G When did Lydia invite us to her home?
When she and the members of her household were baptized. (16:15)

G What if you consider me a believer in the Lord?
Come and stay at my house. (16:15)
G Who persuaded us?
Lydia. (16:15)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 16, where were we going?
The place of prayer. (16:16)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 16, by whom were we met?
A slave girl. (16:16)

G When were we met by a slave girl?
Once when we were going to the place of prayer. (16:16)

G What did the slave girl have?
A spirit by which she predicted the future. (16:16)

G Who had a spirit by which she predicted the future?
The slave girl. (16:16)

G How did she earn a great deal of money?
By fortune-telling. (16:16)

G For whom did she earn a great deal of money?
For her owners. (16:16)

G Who earned a great deal of money for her owners by fortune-telling?
A slave girl. (16:16)

G Who followed Paul and the rest of us?
This girl. (16:17)


G Whom did this girl follow?
Paul and the rest of us. (16:17)

G How did this girl follow Paul and the rest of us?
Shouting: “These men are servants of the Most High God, who are telling you
the way to be saved.” (16:17)

G Who are servants of the Most High God?
These men. (16:17)

G What are these men telling you?
The way to be saved. (16:17)
G Who are telling you the way to be saved?
These men. (16:17)

G How long did she keep this up?
Many days. (16:18)

G Who became troubled?
Paul. (16:18)

G How troubled did Paul become?
That he turned around and said to the spirit: “In the name of Jesus Christ, I
command you to come out of her.” (16:18)

G What did he say to the spirit?
”In the name of Jesus Christ, I command you to come out of her.” (16:18)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 18, what do I command you?
To come out of her. (16:18)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 18, what left her?
The spirit. (16:18)

G Who realized that their hope of making money was gone?
The owners of the slave girl. (16:19)

G What did the owners of the slave girl realize?
Their hope of making money was gone. (16:19)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 19, what was gone?
Their hope of making money. (16:19)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 19, when did they seize Paul and Silas?
When they realized that their hope of making money was gone. (16:19)
G Where did they drag Paul and Silas?
Into the marketplace to face the authorities. (16:19)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 20, where did they bring them?
Before the magistrates to face the authorities. (16:20)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 20, what are these men?
Jews. (16:20)

G Into what are they throwing our city?
An uproar. (16:20)

G How are they throwing our city into an uproar?
By advocating customs unlawful for us Romans to accept or practice. (16:20-21)

G What are they advocating?
Customs unlawful for us Romans to accept or practice. (16:21)

G Who joined in the attack against Paul and Silas?
The crowd. (16:22)

G Against whom did the crowd join in the attack?
Against Paul and Silas. (16:22)

G What did the magistrates order?
Them to be stripped and beaten. (16:22)


G Who ordered them to be stripped and beaten?
The magistrates. (16:22)

G How had they been flogged?
Severely. (16:23)

G Who had been severely flogged?
Paul and Silas. (16:23)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 23, where were they thrown?
Into prison. (16:23)

G What was the jailer commanded to do?
Guard them carefully. (16:23)

G Who was commanded to guard them carefully?
The jailer. (16:23)

G Where did the jailer put them upon receiving such orders?
The inner cell. (16:24)

G Who put them in the inner cell?
The jailer. (16:24)

G How did the jailer fasten their feet?
In the stocks. (16:24)
G Where did the jailer fasten their feet?
The stocks. (16:24)

G What did the jailer fasten in the stocks?
Their feet. (16:24)

G When were Paul and Silas praying?
At midnight. (16:25)

X Context question: 2 part answer: What were Paul and Silas doing at midnight?
Praying; singing hymns to God. (16:25)

G To whom were Paul and Silas singing hymns?
To God. (16:25)

G Who were praying and singing hymns?
Paul and Silas. (16:25)

G What were the other prisoners doing?
Listening to Paul and Silas. (16:25)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 25, who were listening to Paul and Silas?
The other prisoners. (16:25)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 26, what was there?
A violent earthquake. (16:26)

G How violent an earthquake was there?
The foundations of the prison were shaken. (16:26)

G What were shaken?
The foundations of the prison. (16:26)

G What flew open?
All the prison doors. (16:26)


G what came loose?
Everybody‟s chains. (16:26)

X Context question: 3 part question: what were shaken, what flew open and
what came loose?
The foundations of the prison, all the prison doors; everybody‟s chains. (16:26)
G Who woke up?
The jailer. (16:27)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 27, what did he see?
The prison doors open. (16:27)

G Who saw the prison doors open?
The jailer. (16:27)

G What did the jailer do when he saw the prison doors open?
Drew his sword and was about to kill himself. (16:27)

G What did the jailer draw?
His sword. (16:27)

G Why was the jailer about to kill himself?
Because he thought the prisoners had escaped. (16:27)

G Whom had he thought had escaped?
The prisoners. (16:27)

G Why don‟t harm yourself?
We are all here. (16:28)

G Who called for lights?
The jailer. (16:29)

G For what did the jailer call?
Lights. (16:29)

G Who rushed in?
The jailer. (16:29)

G Who fell trembling before Paul and Silas?
The jailer. (16:29)

G How did the Jailer fall?
Trembling. (16:29)

G Before whom did the jailer fall trembling?
Paul and Silas. (16:29)

G In whom believe?
The Lord Jesus. (16:31)

G Why believe in the Lord Jesus?
You will be saved. (16:31)

G Who will be saved if you believe in the Lord Jesus?
You and your household. (16:31)

G How will you and your household be saved?
Believe in the Lord Jesus. (16:31)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 32, what did they speak to him?
The word of the Lord. (16:32)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 32, to whom did they speak the word of
God?
Him (the jailer) and to all the others in his house. (16:32)

G When did the jailer wash their wounds?
At that hour of the night. (16:33)

G What did the jailer wash?
Their wounds. (16:33)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 33, who were baptized?
He and all his family. (16:33)

G Who brought them into his house?
The jailer. (16:34)

G Where did the jailer bring them?
Into his house. (16:34)

G What did the jailer set before them?
A meal. (16:34)

G Of what was the jailer full?
Joy. (16:34)

G Why was the jailer full of joy?
Because he had come to believe in God. (16:34)


G Who had come to believe in God?
He and his whole family. (16:34)

G When did the magistrates send their officers to the jailer?
When it was daylight. (16:35)

G Who sent their officers to the jailer?
The magistrates. (16:35)

G How did the magistrates send their officers to the jailer?
With the order: “Release those men.” (16:35)

G Whom release?
Those men. (16:35)

G What did the jailer tell Paul?
The Magistrates have ordered that you and Silas be released. Now you can
leave. Go in peace. (16:36)

G Who have ordered that you and Silas be released?
The magistrates. (16:36)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 36, how go?
In peace. (16:36)

G What did Paul say to the officers?
They beat us publicly without a trial even though we are Romans citizens and
threw us into prison. And now do they want to get rid of us quietly? No! Let
them come themselves and escort us out. (16:37)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 37, how did they beat us?
Publicly without a trial. (16:37)

G Without what did they beat us?
A trial. (16:37)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 37, what are we?
Roman citizens. (16:37)

G Where did they throw us?
Into prison. (16:37)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 37, what do they now want?
To get rid of us quietly. (16:37)
G To whom did the officers report this?
The magistrates. (16:38)

G When were they alarmed?
When they heard that Paul and Silas were Roman citizens. (16:38)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 38, what were Paul and Silas?
Roman citizens. (16:38)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 38, who were Roman citizens?
Paul and Silas. (16:38)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 38, what were they?
Alarmed. (16:38)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 39, how did they come?
To appease them. (16:39)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 39, why did they come?
To appease them and escort them from the prison. (16:39)

G What did they request?
Them to leave the city. (16:39)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 40, who came out of the prison?
Paul and Silas. (16:40)

G Where did Paul and Silas go when they came out of the prison?
Lydia‟s house. (16:40)

A According to Acts chapter 16 verse 40, to whose house did they go?
Lydia‟s. (16:40)

G With whom did Paul and Silas meet?
The brothers. (16:40)

                                  Chapter 17

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 1, through where had they passed?
Amphipolis and Apollonia. (17:1)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 1, to where had they come?
Thessalonica. (17:1)
G When had they come to Thessalonica?
When they had pass through Amphipolis and Apollonia. (17:1)
G Where was there a Jewish synagogue?
In Thessalonica. (17:1)

G What was there in Thessalonica?
A Jewish synagogue. (17:1)

G What was Paul‟s custom?
He went into the synagogue and on three Sabbath days he reasoned with them
from the Scriptures. (17:2)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 2, where did he go?
The synagogue. (17:2)

G When did Paul reason with the Thessalonians from the Scriptures?
On three Sabbath days. (17:2)

G From what did Paul reason with them?
The scriptures. (17:2)

G What did Paul explain and prove?
The Christ had to suffer and rise from the dead. (17:3)

G What did the Christ have to do?
Suffer and rise from the dead. (17:3)

G Who had to suffer and rise from the dead?
Christ. (17:3)

G From what did Christ have to rise?
The dead. (17:3)

G What is this Jesus I am proclaiming to you?
The Christ. (17:3)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 3, who is the Christ?
This Jesus I am proclaiming to you. (17:3)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 4, who were persuaded?
Some of the Jews. (17:4)

G Who joined Paul and Silas?
Some of the Jews as did a large number of God-fearing Greeks and not a few
prominent women. (17:4)

G How many God-fearing Greeks joined Paul and Silas?
A large number. (17:4)
G How many prominent women joined Paul and Silas?
Not a few. (17:4)

G Who were jealous?
The Jews. (17:5)

G Whom did the Jews round up?
Some bad characters from the marketplace. (17:5)

G Who rounded up some bad characters from the marketplace?
The Jews. (17:5)

G Who formed a mob?
The Jews. (17:5)

G Where did they start a riot?
In the city. (17:5)

G What did the Jews start in the city?
A riot. (17:5)

G To whose house did they rush?
Jason‟s. (17:5)

G Why did they rush to Jason‟s house?
In search of Paul and Silas in order to bring them out to the crowd. (17:5)

G In search of whom did they rush to Jason‟s house?
Paul and Silas. (17:5)

G Whom could they not find in Jason‟s house?
Paul and Silas. (17:6)

G whom did they drag before the city officials?
Jason and some other brothers. (17:6)

G When did they drag Jason and some other brothers before the city officials?
When they did not find Paul and Silas. (17:6)
G Before whom did they drag Jason and some other brothers?
Before the city officials. (17:6)

G Who have now come here?
These men who have caused trouble all over the world. (17:6)


G Where have these men caused trouble?
All over the world. (17:6)

G Who has welcomed them into his house?
Jason. (17:7)

G What has Jason done?
Welcomed them into his house. (17:7)

G Where has Jason welcomed them?
Into his house. (17:7)

G What are they all defying?
Caesar‟s decrees. (17:7)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 7, what is there?
Another king, one called Jesus. (17:7)

G What is the other king called?
Jesus. (17:7)

G Who were thrown into turmoil?
The crowd and the city officials. (17:8)

G Where were the crowd and the city officials thrown?
Turmoil. (17:8)

G What did they make Jason and the others do?
Post bond. (17:9)

G Whom did they make post bond?
Jason and the others. (17:9)

G When did the brothers send Paul and Silas away to Berea?
As soon as it was night. (17:10)
A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 10, where did the brothers send Paul and
Silas?
Berea. (17:10)

G Who sent Paul and Silas away to Berea?
The brothers. (17:10)

G Whom did the brothers send to Berea?
Paul and Silas. (17:10)


A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 10, where did they go?
The Jewish Synagogue. (17:10)

G What did Paul and Silas do on arriving at Berea?
Went into the Jewish synagogue. (17:10)

G Who were of more noble character than the Thessalonians?
The Bereans. (17:11)

G Than whom were the Bereans of more noble character?
The Thessalonians. (17:11)

G Why were the Bereans of more noble character than the Thessalonians?
They received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures
every day to see if what Paul said was true. (17:11)

G How did the Bereans receive the message?
With great eagerness. (17:11)

G When did the Bereans examine the Scriptures?
Every day. (17:11)

G Why did the Bereans examine the Scriptures every day?
To see if what Paul said was true. (17:11)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 12, who believed?
Many of the Jews as did also a number of prominent Greek women and many
Greek men. (17:12)

G How many prominent Greek women believed?
A number of prominent Greek women. (17:12)

G How many Greek men believed?
Many. (17:12)

G Who learned that Paul was preaching the word of God at Berea?
The Jews in Thessalonica. (17:13)

G What did the Jews in Thessalonica learn?
That Paul was preaching the word of God at Berea. (17:13)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 13, where was Paul preaching the word of
God?
Berea. (17:13)

G When did the Jews in Thessalonica go to Berea?
When they learned that Paul was preaching the word of God at Berea. (17:13)
G Who were agitating the crowd and stirring them up?
The Jews in Thessalonica. (17:13)

G Who sent Paul to the coast?
The brothers. (17:14)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 14, where did the brothers send Paul?
The coast. (17:14)

G Who stayed at Berea?
Silas and Timothy. (17:14)

G Where did Silas and Timothy stay?
Berea. (17:14)

G Who brought Paul to Athens?
The men who escorted Paul. (17:15)

G Where did the men who escorted Paul bring him?
To Athens. (17:15)

G With what instructions did he leave?
Silas and Timothy to join him as soon as possible. (17:15)

G Where was Paul waiting for them?
In Athens. (17:16)

G When was Paul greatly distressed to see that the city was full of idols?
While Paul was waiting for them in Athens. (17:16)
G Why was Paul greatly distressed?
To see that the city was full of idols. (17:16)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 17, with whom did Paul reason?
The Jews and the God-fearing Greeks. (17:17)

G Where did Paul reason with the Jews and the God-fearing Greeks?
In the synagogue. (17:17)

G Where did Paul reason with those who happened to be there?
In the marketplace. (17:17)

G When did Paul reason in the marketplace with those who happened to be
there?
Day by day. (17:17)


G With whom did Paul reason in the marketplace?
Those who happened to be there. (17:17)

G Who began to dispute with Paul?
A group of Epicurean and Stoic philosophers. (17:18)

G With whom did a group of Epicurean and Stoic philosophers begin to dispute?
Paul. (17:18)

G What did others remark?
“He seems to be advocating foreign gods.” (17:18)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 18, what was Paul preaching?
The good news about Jesus and the resurrection. (17:18)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 19, where did they bring him?
To a meeting of the Areopagus. (17:19)

G To what meeting did they bring Paul?
Areopagus. (17:19)

G Whom did they bring to a meeting of the Areopagus?
Paul. (17:19)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 20, what are you doing?
Bringing some strange ideas to our ears. (17:20)
G What are you bringing to our ears?
Some strange ideas. (17:20)

G To what are you bringing some strange ideas?
Our ears. (17:20)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 20, what do we want to know?
What they mean. (17:20)

G What did all the Athenians and the foreigners who lived there spend their time
doing?
Nothing but talking about and listening to the latest ideas. (17:21)

G Who spent their time doing nothing but talking about and listening to the
latest ideas?
All the Athenians and the foreigners who lived there. (17:21)

G About what did the Athenians talk?
The latest ideas. (17:21)


G To what did the Athenians listen?
The latest ideas. (17:21)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 22, where did Paul stand up?
In the meeting of the Areopagus. (17:22)

G Who stood up in the meeting of the Areopagus?
Paul. (17:22)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 22, what does Paul see?
In every way you are very religious. (17:22)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 22, what are you?
Very religious. (17:22)

G How are you very religious?
In every way. (17:22)

G How did Paul look at their objects of worship?
Carefully. (17:23)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 23, at what did Paul look?
Their objects of worship. (17:23)
A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 23, what did Paul find?
An altar with this inscription: To an unknown God. (17:23)

G What inscription was on the altar?
To an unknown God. (17:23)

G Where was the inscription: To an unknown God?
On the altar. (17:23)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 23, what am I going to proclaim to you?
What you worship as something unknown. (17:23)

G Who made the world?
God. (17:24)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 24, what did God make?
The world and everything in it. (17:24)

G What is the God who made the world and everything in it?
The Lord of heaven and earth. (17:24)


G Who is the Lord of heaven and earth?
The God who made the world and everything in it. (17:24)

G Where does God not live?
Temples built by hands. (17:24)

G Who does not live in temples built by hands?
God. (17:24)

G By what is he not served?
Human hands. (17:25)

G How is he not served by human hands?
As if he needed anything. (17:25)

G Why is he not served by human hands?
Because he himself gives all men life and breath and everything else. (17:25)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 25, what does he himself give all men?
Life and breath and everything else. (17:25)
G Whom did he make from one man?
Every nation of men. (17:26)

X Context question: 3 part answer: What did God make and whom did he make?
The world, everything in it, every nation of men. (17:24, 26)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 26, whom did he make?
Every nation of men. (17:26)

G How did he make every nation of men?
From one man. (17:26)

G Why did he make every nation of men?
That they should inhabit the earth. (17:26)

G What did he determine?
The times set for them and the exact places where they should live. (17:26)

X Context question: 2 part answer: What did he determine?
The times set for them and the exact places where they should live. (17:26)

G Why did God determine the times set for them and the exact places where
they should live?
So that men would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him.
(17:26-27)

G How far is he from each one of us?
Not far. (17:27)

G From whom is he not far?
Each one of us. (17:27)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 28, what do we do in him?
Live and move and have our being. (17:28)

G What did some of your own poets say?
We are his offspring. (17:28)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 28, what are we?
His offspring. (17:28)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 29, what are we?
God‟s offspring. (17:29)
G Whose offspring are we?
God‟s. (17:29)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 29, what should we not think?
The divine being is like gold or silver or stone. (17:29)

G Like what is the divine being not?
Gold, silver, stone. (17:29)

G What are gold or silver or stone?
An image made by man‟s design and skill. (17:29)

G How is the divine being not made?
Man‟s design and skill. (17:29)

G What did God overlook in the past?
Such ignorance. (17:30)

G When did God overlook such ignorance?
In the past. (17:30)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 30, what does he command all people to
do?
Repent. (17:30)

G Whom does he command to repent?
All people everywhere. (17:30)


A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 31, what has he set?
A day when he will judge the world with justice. (17:31)

G What day has he set?
When he will judge the world with justice. (17:31)

G With what will he judge the world?
Justice. (17:31)

G By whom will he judge the world with justice?
The man who has appointed. (17:31)

G How has he given proof of this?
By raising him from the dead. (17:31)
G To whom has he given proof of this?
All men. (17:31)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 32, about what did they hear?
The resurrection of the dead. (17:32)

G Who sneered?
Some of them. (17:32)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 32, what did others say?
We want to hear you again on this subject. (17:32)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 33, where did Paul leave?
The council. (17:33)

A According to Acts chapter 17 verse 34, who became followers of Paul?
A few men. (17:34)

A According Acts chapter 17 verse 34, who believed?
A few men. (17:34)

X Context question: 3 part answer: Who was among those who believed?
Dionysius, Damaris and a number of others. (17:34)

G Who was Dionysius?
A member of the Areopagus. (17:34)

G Who was a member of the Areopagus?
Dionysius. (17:34)


                                 Chapter 18

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 1, where did Paul leave?
Athens. (18:1)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 1, where did Paul go?
Corinth. (18:1)

G Whom did he meet in Corinth?
A Jew named Aquilla. (18:2)

G Who was Aquilla?
A native of Pontus who had recently come from Italy. (18:2)
G Who was a native of Pontus?
Aquilla. (18:2)

G Who had recently come from Italy?
Aquilla. (18:2)

G From where had Aquilla recently come?
Italy. (18:2)

G With whom did Aquilla come from Italy?
His wife Priscilla. (18:2)

G Who was Priscilla?
Aquilla‟s wife. (18:2)

G Who was Aquilla‟s wife?
Priscilla. (18:2)

G Who had ordered all the Jews to leave Rome?
Claudius. (18:2)

G What had Claudius ordered?
All the Jews to leave Rome. (18:2)

G Where had Claudius ordered all the Jews to leave?
Rome. (18:2)

G Why had Aquilla come from Italy with his wife Priscilla?
Because Claudius had ordered all the Jews to leave Rome. (18:2)

G Who went to see Aquilla and Priscilla?
Paul. (18:2)
A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 2, whom did Paul go to see?
Aquilla and Priscilla. (18:2)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 3, what was Paul?
A tentmaker. (18:3)

X Context question: 3 part answer: who was a tentmaker?
Paul, Aquilla, Priscilla. (18:3)

G Why did Paul stay and work with Aquilla and Priscilla?
He was a tentmaker as they were. (18:3)
G When did Paul reason in the synagogue?
Every Sabbath. (18:4)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 4, whom did Paul try to persuade?
Jews and Greeks. (18:4)

G Who came from Macedonia?
Silas and Timothy. (18:5)

G From where did Silas and Timothy come?
Macedonia. (18:5)

G Who devoted himself exclusively to preaching?
Paul. (18:5)

G When did Paul devote himself exclusively to preaching?
When Silas and Timothy came from Macedonia. (18:5)

G To what did Paul devote himself exclusively?
Preaching. (18:5)

G What did Paul testify to the Jews?
That Jesus was the Christ. (18:5)

G Who was the Christ?
Jesus. (18:5)

G Who opposed Paul?
The Jews. (18:6)

G Who became abusive?
The Jews. (18:6)


G Who shook out his clothes in protest?
Paul. (18:6)

G How did Paul shake out his clothes?
In protest. (18:6)

G When did Paul shake out his clothes in protest?
When the Jews became abusive. (18:6)
G What be on your own heads?
Your blood. (18:6)

G Of what is Paul clear?
This responsibility. (18:6)

G Where will Paul go from now on?
The Gentiles. (18:6)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 7, where did Paul leave?
The synagogue. (18:7)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 7, where did Paul go?
Next door to the house of Titius Justus. (18:7)

G Whose house was next door?
Titius Justus. (18:7)

G Who was Titius Justus?
A worshiper of God. (18:7)

G Who was a worshiper of God?
Titius Justus. (18:7)

X Context question: Where was the house of Titius Justus?
Next door to the synagogue. (18:7)

G Who was Crispus?
The synagogue ruler. (18:8)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 8, who was the synagogue ruler?
Crispus. (18:8)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 8, whose household believed in the Lord?
Crispus. (18:8)


A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 8, who believed in the Lord?
Crispus and his entire household and many of the Corinthians who heard him.
(18:8)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 8, who believed and were baptized?
Many of the Corinthians who heard him. (18:8)
G To whom did the Lord speak in a vision?
Paul. (18:9)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 9, who spoke to Paul in a vision?
The Lord. (18:9)

G What keep on doing?
Speaking. (18:9)

G Who is going to attack and harm you?
No one. (18:10)

G Why is no one going to attack and harm you?
Because I have many people in this city. (18:10)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 11, how long did Paul stay?
A year and a half. (18:11)

G Who stayed a year and a half?
Paul. (18:11)

G Who was proconsul of Achaia?
Gallio. (18:12)

G Where was Gallio proconsul?
Achaia. (18:12)

G Who made a united attack on Paul?
The Jews. (18:12)

G On whom did the Jews make a united attack?
Paul. (18:12)

G What did the Jews make on Paul?
A united attack. (18:12)

G Where did the Jews bring Paul?
Into the court. (18:12)


G What did the Jews charge?
This man is persuading the people to worship God in ways contrary to the law.
(18:13)
G How is this man persuading the people to worship God?
In ways contrary to the law. (18:13)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 14, who was about to speak?
Paul. (18:14)

G What if you Jews were making a complaint about some misdemeanor or
serious crime?
It would be reasonable for me to listen to you. (18:14)

G When would it be reasonable for me to listen to you?
If you Jews were making a complaint about some misdemeanor or serious crime.
(18:14)

G For whom would it be reasonable to listen to you?
Gallio. (18:15)

G What does it involve?
Questions about your words and names and your own law. (18:15)

G Why settle the matter yourselves?
Since it involves questions about words and names and your own law. (18:15)

G How settle the matter?
Yourself. (18:15)

G Who will not be a judge of such things?
Gallio. (18:15)

G Of what will Gallio not be the judge?
Such things. (18:15)

G Whom did he have ejected from the court?
The Jews. (18:16)

G From where did he have the ejected?
The court. (18:16)

G On whom did they all turn?
Sosthenes, the synagogue ruler. (18:17)

G Who was Sosthenes?
The synagogue ruler. (18:17)
A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 17, who was the synagogue ruler?
Sosthenes. (18:17)

X Context question: 2 part question: Who are the synagogue rulers?
Crispus and Sosthenes. (18:8, 17)

G Whom did the Jews beat?
Sosthenes. (18:17)

G Where did the Jews beat Sosthenes?
In front of the court. (18:17)

G Who showed no concern whatever?
Gallio. (18:17)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 18, where did Paul sail?
Syria. (18:18)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 18, by whom was Paul accompanied?
Priscilla and Aquila. (18:18)

G When did he have his hair cut off?
Before he sailed. (18:18)

G Where did he have his hair cut off?
Cenchrea. (18:18)

G Why did he have his hair cut off?
Because of a vow he had taken. (18:18)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 19, where did they arrive?
Ephesus. (18:19)

G Whom did Paul leave in Ephesus?
Priscilla and Aquila. (18:19)

G Where did Paul leave Priscilla and Aquila?
Ephesus. (18:19)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 19, where did he go?
Into the synagogue. (18:19)

G When did Paul decline?
When they asked him to spend more time with them. (18:20)


G What did Paul promise?
I will come back if it is God‟s will. (18:21)

G When will Paul come back?
If it is God‟s will. (18:21)

G What if it is God‟s will?
I will come back. (18:21)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 22, where did he land?
Caesarea. (18:22)

G When did he go up and greet the church?
When he landed at Caesarea. (18:22)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 22, to where did he go down?
Antioch. (18:22)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 23, where did Paul travel?
From place to place throughout the region of Galatia and Phrygia. (18:23)

G Where did Paul strengthen all the disciples?
Throughout the region of Galatia and Phrygia. (18:23)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 24, who was a Jew?
Apollos. (18:24)

G Who was a native of Alexandria?
Apollos. (18:24)

G Who came to Ephesus?
Apollos. (18:24)

G Who was a learned man, with a thorough knowledge of the scriptures?
Apollos. (18:24)

G Of what does Apollos have a thorough knowledge?
The Scriptures. (18:24)

G In what had Apollos been instructed?
The way of the Lord. (18:25)
G Who had been instructed in the way of the Lord?
Apollos. (18:25)


G Who spoke with great fervor?
Apollos. (18:25)

G How did Apollos speak?
Great fervor. (18:25)

G How did Apollos teach about Jesus?
Accurately. (18:25)

G Of what did Apollos know?
The baptism of John. (18:25)

G Who knew only the baptism of John?
Apollos. (18:25)

G Who began to speak boldly in the synagogue?
Apollos. (18:26)

G How did Apollos begin to speak?
Boldly. (18:26)

G Where did Apollos begin to speak boldly?
The synagogue. (18:26)

G Who heard Apollos?
Priscilla and Aquila. (18:26)

G Whom did Priscilla and Aquila hear?
Apollos. (18:26)

G Where did Priscilla and Aquila invite Apollos?
To their home. (18:26)

G How did Priscilla and Aquila explain the way of God to Apollos?
More adequately. (18:26)

G Who explained the way of God to him more adequately?
Priscilla and Aquila. (18:26)
G Who wanted to go to Achaia?
Apollos. (18:27)

G Where did Apollos want to go?
Achaia. (18:27)


G Who encouraged Apollos?
The brothers. (18:27)

G How did the brothers encourage Apollos?
They wrote to the disciples there to welcome him. (18:27)

G To whom did the brothers write?
The disciples in Achaia. (18:27)

G To whom was Apollos a great help?
Those who by grace had believed. (18:27)

G How did he refute the Jews?
Vigorously. (18:28)

G Who vigorously refuted the Jews in public debate?
Apollos. (18:28)

G Where did Apollos vigorously refute the Jews?
In public debate. (18:28)

G How did Apollos vigorously refute the Jews?
By proving from the scriptures that Jesus was the Christ. (18:28)

G What did Apollos prove from the scriptures?
Jesus was the Christ. (18:28)

G Who was the Christ?
Jesus. (18:28)

A According to Acts chapter 18 verse 28, who was Jesus?
The Christ. (18:28)

                                        Chapter 19

G Who was at Corinth?
Apollos. (19:1)
G Where was Apollos?
Corinth. (19:1)

G What road did Paul take?
Through the interior. (19:1)

G Who took the road through the interior?
Paul. (19:1)
A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 1, where did Paul arrive?
Ephesus. (19:1)

A What have they not even heard?
There is a Holy Spirit. (19:2)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 2, what is there?
A Holy Spirit. (19:2)

G What baptism did you receive?
John‟s baptism. (19:3)

G What was John‟s baptism?
A baptism of repentance. (19:4)

G What did John tell the people?
To believe in the one coming after him—that is in Jesus. (19:4)

G Who was the one coming after him?
Jesus. (19:4)

G Who told the people to believe in the one coming after him?
John. (19:4)

G Into what were they baptized?
The name of the Lord Jesus. (19:5)

G What did Paul place on them?
His hands. (19:6)

G When did the Holy Spirit come on them?
When Paul placed his hands on them. (19:6)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 6, who came on them?
The Holy Spirit. (19:6)
A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 6, how did they speak?
In tongues. (19:6)

G When did the Holy Spirit come on them?
When Paul placed his hands on them. (19:6)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 7, how many men were there in all?
About twelve. (19:7)


A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 8, who entered the synagogue?
Paul. (19:8)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 8, where did Paul enter?
The synagogue. (19:8)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 8, how did Paul speak?
Boldly. (19:8)

G How long did Paul speak boldly there?
Three months. (19:8)

G How did Paul speak in the synagogue?
Boldly. (19:8)

G How did Paul argue about the kingdom of God?
Persuasively. (19:8)

G About what did Paul argue persuasively?
The kingdom of God. (19:8)

G Who became obstinate?
Some of them. (19:9)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 9, what did some of them become?
Obstinate. (19:9)

G Who maligned the way?
Some of them. (19:9)

G How did some of them malign the way?
Publicly. (19:9)
A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 9, who left them?
Paul. (19:9)

G Whom did Paul take with him?
The disciples. (19:9)

G Where did Paul have discussions daily?
In the lecture hall of Tyrannus. (19:9)

G How often did Paul have discussions in the lecture hall of Tyrannus?
Daily. (19:9)


G What did Paul have daily in the lecture hall of Tyrannus?
Discussions. (19:9)

G How long did this go on?
Two years. (19:10)

G Who heard the word of the Lord?
All the Jews and Greeks who lived in the province of Asia. (19:10)

G What did all the Jews and Greeks who lived in the province of Asia hear?
The word of the Lord. (19:10)

G What did God do through Paul?
Extraordinary miracles. (19:11)

G Who did extraordinary miracles through Paul?
God. (19:11)

G Through whom did God do extraordinary miracles?
Paul. (19:11)

G What had touched Paul?
Handkerchiefs and aprons. (19:12)

G What were taken to the sick?
Handkerchiefs and aprons that had touched Paul. (19:12)

X Context question: How extraordinary were the miracles God did through Paul?
Even handkerchiefs and aprons that had touched him were taken to the sick and
their illnesses were cured and the evil spirits left them. (19:11-12)
G What were cured?
Their illnesses. (19:11)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 12, what left them?
Evil spirits. (19:12)

G Who went around driving out evil spirits?
Some Jews. (19:13)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 13, what did some Jews go around doing?
Driving out evil spirits. (19:13)

G What did some Jews try to invoke?
The name of the Lord Jesus over those who were demon-possessed. (19:13)

G Who tried to invoke the name of the Lord Jesus?
Some Jews who went around driving out evil spirits. (19:13)

G Whom does Paul preach?
Jesus. (19:13)

G In what name do I command you to come out?
Jesus. (19:13)

G How many sons of Sceva were doing this?
Seven. (19:14)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 14, who were doing this?
Seven sons of Sceva. (19:14)

G Who was Sceva?
A Jewish chief priest. (19:14)

G Who was a Jewish chief priest?
Sceva. (19:14)

G What did the evil spirit answer them?
“Jesus I know and I know about Paul but who are you?” (19:15)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 15, whom do I know?
Jesus. (19:15)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 15, whom do I know about?
Paul. (19:15)
G Who jumped on them?
The man who had the evil spirit. (19:16)

G On whom did he jump?
The seven sons of Sceva. (19:16)

G Who much of a beating did he give them?
That they ran out of the house naked and bleeding. (19:16)

G How did they run out of the house?
Naked and bleeding. (19:16)

G To whom did this become known?
The Jews and Greeks living in Ephesus. (19:17)


A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 17, who were seized with fear?
The Jews and Greeks living in Ephesus. (19:17)

G What was held in high honor?
The name of the Lord Jesus. (19:17)

G In what was the name of the Lord Jesus held?
High honor. (19:17)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 18, who now came?
Many of those who believed. (19:18)

G What did they openly confess?
Their evil deeds. (19:18)

G Who brought their scrolls together?
A number of those who had practiced sorcery. (19:19)

G How did they burn their scrolls?
Publicly. (19:19)

G What did the total come to?
Fifty thousand drachmas. (19:19)

G When did the total come to fifty thousand drachmas?
When they calculated the value of the scrolls. (19:19)
A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 20, how did the word of God spread?
Widely. (19:20)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 21, where did Paul decide to go?
To Jerusalem, passing through Macedonia and Achaia. (19:21)

G How did Paul decide to go to Jerusalem?
Passing through Macedonia and Achaia. (19:21)

G Where must I visit after I have been there?
Rome. (19:21)

G When must I visit Rome?
After I have been to Macedonia and Achaia. (19:21)

G Whom did he send to Macedonia?
Two of his helpers, Timothy and Erastus. (19:22)


G Who were two of his helpers?
Timothy and Erastus. (19:22)

G Where did he stay a little longer?
The province of Asia. (19:22)

G What did there arise about that time?
A great disturbance about the Way. (19:23)

G About what did there arise a great disturbance?
The Way. (19:23)

G What did there arise about the Way?
A great disturbance. (19:23)

G Who was a silversmith?
Demetrius. (19:24)

G Who was Demetrius?
A Silversmith. (19:24)

G What did Demetrius make?
Silver shrines of Artemis. (19:24)

G Who made silver shrines of Artemis?
Demetrius. (19:24)

G What did Demetrius bring in?
No little business for the craftsmen. (19:24)

G For what did Demetrius bring in no little business?
His craftsmen. (19:24)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 25, whom did he call together?
Them along with the workmen in related trades. (19:25)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 25, what do you know?
We receive a good income from this business. (19:25)

G What do we receive from this business?
A good income. (19:25)

G Whom has Paul convinced and led astray?
Large numbers of people here in Ephesus and in practically the whole province of
Asia. (19:26)

G Where has Paul convinced and led astray large numbers of people?
Here in Ephesus and in practically the whole province of Asia. (19:26)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 26, what does Paul say?
Man-made gods are no gods at all. (19:26)

G What are man-made gods?
No gods at all. (19:26)

G What are no gods at all?
Man-made gods. (19:26)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 27, what is there?
Danger not only that our trade will lose its good name, but also that the temple
of the great goddess Artemis will be discredited and the goddess herself will be
robbed of her divine majesty. (19:27)

G What danger is there?
Danger not only that our trade will lose its good name, but also that the temple
of the great goddess Artemis will be discredited and the goddess herself will be
robbed of her divine majesty. (19:27)

G What will lose its good name?
Our trade. (19:27)

G What will be discredited?
The temple of the great goddess Artemis. (19:27)

G Where is the goddess worshiped?
Throughout the province of Asia and the world. (19:27)

G What is worshiped throughout the province of Asia and the world?
The goddess. (19:27)

G What will be robbed of her divine majesty?
The goddess herself. (19:27)

G Of what will the goddess herself be robbed?
Her divine majesty. (19:27)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 28, what were they?
Furious. (19:28)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 28, what did they begin shouting?
“Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!” (19:28)

G What was the whole city?
In an uproar. (19:29)

G Whom did the people seize?
Gaius and Aristarchus. (19:29)

G Who were Paul‟s traveling companions from Macedonia?
Gaius and Aristarchus. (19:29)

G Who were Gaius and Aristarchus?
Paul‟s traveling companions from Macedonia. (19:29)

G How did they rush into the theater?
As one man. (19:29)

G Where did they rush as one man?
Into the theater. (19:29)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 30, before whom did Paul want to appear?
The crowd. (19:30)
G Who would not let Paul appear before the crowd?
The disciples. (19:30)

G Who were friends of Paul?
Some of the officials from the province. (19:31)

G Who sent Paul a message?
Some of the officials from the province, friends of Paul. (19:31)

G What message did some of the officials send Paul?
Not to venture into the theater. (19:31)

G What was in confusion?
The assembly. (19:32)

G What were some shouting?
One thing, some another. (19:32)

G What did most of the people not even know?
Why they were there. (19:32)

G Who did not even know why they were there?
Most of the people. (19:32)


G Who pushed Alexander to the front?
The Jews. (19:33)

G Where did the Jews push Alexander?
To the front. (19:33)

G What did the crowd shout to Alexander?
Instructions. (19:33)

G To whom did the crowd shout instructions?
Alexander. (19:33)

G For what did Alexander motion?
Silence. (19:33)

G Why did Alexander motion for silence?
In order to make a defense before the people. (19:33)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 34, what did they realize?
He was a Jew. (19:34)

G When did they all shout in unison: “Great is Artemis of the Ephesians”?
When they realized he was a Jew. (19:34)

G How did they all shout for about two hours?
In unison. (19:34)

G How long did they all shout in unison?
About two hours. (19:34)

G What did they all shout in unison for about two hours?
“Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!” (19:34)

G Who quieted the crowd?
The city clerk. (19:35)

G What doesn‟t all the world know?
The city of Ephesus is the guardian of the temple of the great Artemis and of her
image which fell from heaven. (19:35)

X Context question: 2 part question: What is the City of Ephesus the guardian?
The temple of the great Artemis and her image. (19:35)

G What fell from heaven?
The image of Artemis. (19:35)

G What are these facts?
Undeniable. (19:36)

G What are undeniable?
These facts. (19:36)

G Why ought you to be quiet?
These facts are undeniable. (19:36)

G Why ought you to not do anything rash?
These facts are undeniable. (19:36)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 37, what have these men not done?
Robbed temples or blasphemed our goddess. (19:37)

G What have these men not robbed?
Temples. (19:37)
G What have these men not blasphemed?
Our goddess. (19:37)

G What if Demetrius and his fellow craftsmen has a grievance against anybody?
The courts are open and there are proconsuls. (19:38)

G What are open?
The courts. (19:38)

A According to Acts chapter 19 verse 38, what are there?
Proconsuls. (19:38)

G When are the courts open?
If Demetrius and his fellow craftsmen has a grievance against anybody. (19:38)

G What can Demetrius and his fellow craftsmen do?
Press charges. (19:38)

G What if there is anything further you want to bring up?
It must be settled in a legal assembly. (19:39)

G Where must it be settled?
A legal assembly. (19:39)

G Of what are we in danger?
Being charged with rioting because of today‟s events. (19:40)


G Why are we in danger of being charged with rioting?
Because of today‟s events. (19:40)

G When would we not be able to account for this commotion?
Since there is no reason for it. (19:40)

G For what is there no reason?
Today‟s commotion. (19:40)

G What did he dismiss after this?
The assembly. (19:41)

                           Chapter 20

G What had ended?
The uproar. (20:1)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 1, for whom did Paul send?
The disciples. (20:1)

G What did Paul say after encouraging them?
Good-by. (20:1)

G For what did Paul set out?
Macedonia. (20:1)

G Through what did Paul travel?
The area of Macedonia. (20:2)

G How did Paul travel through that area?
Saying many words of encouragement. (20:2)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 2, where did Paul finally arrive?
Greece. (20:2)

G Where did Paul stay three months?
Greece. (20:2-3)

G How long did Paul stay in Greece?
Three months. (20:3)

G Who made a plot against him?
The Jews. (20:3)

G When did the Jews make a plot against him?
Just as he was about to sail for Syria. (20:3)
A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 3, what did Paul decide?
To go back through Macedonia. (20:3)

G Why did he decide to go back through Macedonia?
Because the Jews made a plot against him just as he was about to sail for Syria.
(20:3)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 4, by whom was he accompanied?
Sopater son of Pyrrhus from Berea, Aristarchus and Secundus from Thessalonica,
Gaius from Derbe, Timothy also, and Tychicus and Trophimus from the province
of Asia. (20:4)
X Context question: 7 part answer: In Acts chapter 20, by whom was Paul
accompanied?
Sopater son of Pyrrhus from Berea, Aristarchus and Secundus from Thessalonica,
Gaius from Derbe, Timothy also, and Tychicus and Trophimus from the province
of Asia. (20:4)

G Who was the son of Pyrrhus?
Sopater. (20:4)

G Who was from Berea?
Sopater. (20:4)

G Of whom was Sopater the son?
Pyrrhus. (20:4)

G Who was from Thessalonica?
Aristarchus and Secundus. (20:4)

G From where was Aristarchus and Secundus?
Thessalonica. (20:4)

G Who was from Derbe?
Gaius. (20:4)

G From where was Gaius?
Derbe. (20:4)

G Who was from the province of Asia?
Tychicus and Trophimus. (20:4)

G From where was Tychicus and Trophimus?
The province of Asia. (20:4)




G Who waited for us at Troas?
These men. (Sopater son of Pyrrhus from Berea, Aristarchus and Secundus from
Thessalonica, Gaius from Derbe, Timothy also, and Tychicus and Trophimus from
the province of Asia.) (20:4-5)

G Where did these men wait for us?
Troas. (20:5)
G When did we sail from Philippi?
After the Feast of Unleavened bread. (20:6)

G When did we sail from Philippi?
After the Feast of Unleavened bread. (20:6)

G When did we join the others at Troas?
Five days later. (20:6)

G Where did we join the others five days later?
Troas. (20:6)

G Where did we stay seven days?
Troas. (20:6)

G How long did we stay at Troas?
Seven days. (20:6)

G When did we come together to break bread?
On the first day of the week. (20:7)

G Why did we come together on the first day of the week?
To break bread. (20:7)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 7, what did Paul intend to do?
Leave the next day. (20:7)

G When did Paul intend to leave?
The next day. (20:7)

G How long did Paul keep on talking?
Midnight. (20:7)

G Why did Paul keep on talking until midnight?
Because he intended to leave the next day. (20:7)

G What were there in the upstairs room where we were meeting?
Many lamps. (20:8)

G Where were there many lamps?
In the upstairs room where we were meeting. (20:8)

G Who was seated in a window?
A young man named Eutychus. (20:9)
G Where was Eutychus seated?
A window. (20:9)

G Who was sinking into a deep sleep?
Eutychus. (20:9)

G When was Eutychus sinking into a deep sleep?
As Paul talking on and on. (20:9)

G When did Eutychus fall to the ground?
When he was sound asleep. (20:9)

G Where did Eutychus fall?
The ground. (20:9)

G From where did Eutychus fall to the ground?
The third story. (20:9)

G How was Eutychus picked up?
Dead. (20:9)

G Who threw himself on the young man?
Paul. (20:10)

G On whom did Paul throw himself?
The young man. (20:10)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 10, what don‟t be?
Alarmed. (20:10)

G Why don‟t be alarmed?
He‟s alive. (20:10)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 10, what is he?
Alive. (20:10)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 11, where did he go?
Back upstairs. (20:11)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 11, when did he leave?
After talking until daylight. (20:11)

G Until when did Paul talk?
Daylight. (20:11)

G How did the people take him home?
Alive. (20:12)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 12, what were the people?
Greatly comforted. (20:12)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 13, where did we go?
The ship. (20:13)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 13, for where did we sail?
Assos. (20:13)

G Where were we going to take Paul aboard?
Assos. (20:13)

G Why did we sail for Assos?
We were going to take Paul aboard. (20:13)

G Why had he made this arrangement?
Because he was going there on foot. (20:13)

G Where was Paul going on foot?
Assos. (20:13)

G How was Paul going to Assos?
On foot. (20:13)

G Where did we take Paul aboard?
Assos. (20:14)

G Where did we go when we took Paul aboard?
Mitylene. (20:14)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 14, where did we go?
Mitylene. (20:14)

G When did we set sail from Mitylene?
The next day. (20:15)


A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 15, where did we arrive the next day?
Off Kios. (20:15)
G Over to where did we cross?
Samos. (20:15)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 15, where did we arrive on the following
day?
Miletus. (20:15)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 16, what had Paul decided?
To sail past Ephesus. (20:16)

G Who had decided to sail past Ephesus?
Paul. (20:16)

G Why had Paul decided to sail past Ephesus?
To avoid spending time in the province of Asia. (20:16)

G Where was he in a hurry to reach?
Jerusalem. (20:16)

G When was he in a hurry to reach Jerusalem?
The day of Pentecost. (20:16)

G From where did Paul send to Ephesus for the elders of the church?
Miletus. (20:17)

G To where did Paul send for the elders of the church?
Ephesus. (20:17)

G For whom did Paul send to Ephesus?
The elders of the church. (20:17)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 18, what do you know?
How I lived the whole time I was with you. (20:18)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 18, where did I come?
Province of Asia. (20:18)

G How did Paul serve the Lord?
With great humility and with tears. (20:19)

G Who served the Lord with great humility and tears?
Paul. (20:19)
G Whom did Paul serve with great humility and tears?
The Lord. (20:19)

G How was Paul severely tested?
The plots of the Jews. (20:19)

G Who was severely tested by the plots of the Jews?
Paul. (20:19)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 20, what do you know?
I have not hesitated to preach anything that would be helpful to you. (20:20)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 20, what has Paul not hesitated to do?
Preach anything that would be helpful to you. (20:20)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 20, how have I taught you?
Publicly and from house to house. (20:20)

G What has Paul declared to both Jews and Greeks?
They must turn to God in repentance and have faith in our Lord Jesus. (20:21)

G Whom have I declared must turn to God?
Jews and Greeks. (20:21)

G In whom must you have faith?
Our Lord Jesus. (20:21)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 22, where is Paul going?
To Jerusalem. (20:22)

G How is Paul going to Jerusalem?
Compelled by the Spirit, not knowing what will happen to me there. (20:22)

G By whom was Paul compelled to go to Jerusalem?
The Spirit. (20:22)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 22, what does Paul not know?
What will happen to him in Jerusalem. (20:22)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 23, what does Paul know?
In every city the Holy Spirit warns me that prison and hardships are facing me.
(20:23)
G What does Paul only know?
In every city the Holy Spirit warns me that prison and hardships are facing me.
(20:23)


G What does the Holy Spirit warn Paul?
Prison and hardships are facing me. (20:23)

G What are facing Paul in every city?
Prison and hardships. (20:23)

G Where are prison and hardships facing Paul?
In every city. (20:23)

G Who warns Paul that prison and hardships are facing him?
The Holy Spirit. (20:23)

G What does Paul consider his life?
Worth nothing to me. (20:24)

G What may Paul finish?
The race. (20:24)

G What may Paul complete?
The task the Lord Jesus has given him. (20:24)

G What task has the Lord Jesus given him?
The task of testifying to the gospel of God‟s grace. (20:24)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 25, what do I know?
None of you among whom I have gone about preaching the kingdom will ever
see me again. (20:25)

G Who will ever see Paul again?
None of you among whom I have gone about preaching the kingdom. (20:25)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 26, what do I declare to you today?
I am innocent of the blood of all men. (20:26)

G Of what is Paul innocent?
The blood of all men. (20:26)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 27, what has Paul not hesitated to do?
Proclaim to you the whole will of God. (20:27)
G What has Paul not hesitated to proclaim to you?
The whole will of God. (20:27)

G Over whom keep watch?
Yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers.
(20:28)

G Over whom has the Holy Spirit made you overseers?
The flock. (20:28)

G Who has made you overseers?
The Holy Spirit. (20:28)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 28, what be?
Shepherds of the church of God. (20:28)

G What did he buy with his own blood?
The church of God. (20:28)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 29, What do I know?
After I leave, savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock.
(20:29)

G Who will come in among you?
Savage wolves. (20:29)

G What will savage wolves not do?
Spare the flock. (20:29)

G Whom will savage wolves not spare?
The flock. (20:29)

G Who will not spare the flock?
Savage wolves. (20:29)

G Who will arise and distort the truth?
Men from among you own number. (20:30)

G What will men from among your own number distort?
The truth. (20:30)

G Why will men distort the truth?
In order to draw away disciples after them. (20:30)

G What remember?
For three years I have never stopped warning each of you night and day with
tears. (20:31)

G For how many years has Paul never stopped warning each of you?
Three years. (20:31)

G How has Paul never stopped warning each of you?
With tears. (20:31)

G To whom does Paul commit you?
God. (20:32)

G To what does Paul commit you?
The word of his grace. (20:32)

G What can build you up?
The word of his grace. (20:32)

X Context question: 2 part question: What can the word of his grace do?
Build you up and give you an inheritance among all those who are sanctified.
(20:32)

G What has Paul not coveted?
Anyone‟s silver or gold or clothing. (20:33)

A According to Acts chapter 20 verse 34, what do you yourselves know?
These hands of mine have supplied my own needs and the needs of my
companions. (20:34)

G What have these hands of mine supplied?
My own needs and the needs of my companions. (20:34)

G In what did Paul show you that the by this kind of hard work we must help the
weak?
In everything I did. (20:35)

G By what must we help the weak?
This kind of hard work. (20:35)

G Whom must we help?
The weak. (20:35)
G What must we remember?
The words the Lord Jesus himself said: “It is more blessed to give than to
receive.” (20:35)

G What did the Lord Jesus himself say?
“It is more blessed to give than to receive.” (20:35)

G What is more blessed?
To give. (20:35)

G With whom did he kneel down?
All of them. (20:36)

G When did they all weep?
As they embraced him and kissed him. (20:37)
G What grieved them most?
His statement that they would never see his face again. (20:38)

G What would they never see again?
His face. (20:38)

G Where did they accompany him?
The ship. (20:38)

                                  Chapter 21

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 1, when did we put out to sea?
After we had torn ourselves away from them. (21:1)

G When did we said straight to Cos?
After we had torn ourselves away from them. (21:1)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 1, to where did we sail?
Cos. (21:1)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 1, where did we go?
Rhodes. (21:1)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 2, what did we find?
A ship crossing over to Phoenicia. (21:2)

G Over to where was the ship crossing?
Phoenicia. (21:2)
A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 2, when did we get on board?
When we found a ship crossing over to Phoenicia. (21:2)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 3, to what were we passing?
The south of Cyprus. (21:3)

G When did we sail on to Syria?
After sighting Cyprus and passing to the south of it. (21:3)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 3, where did we land?
Tyre. (21:3)

G Where was our ship to unload its cargo?
Tyre. (21:3)

G What was to unload its cargo?
Our ship. (21:3)
G What was our ship to unload?
Its cargo. (21:3)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 4, whom did we find there?
Disciples. (21:4)

G With whom did we stay for seven days?
The disciples at Tyre. (21:4)
G How long did we stay with the disciples at Tyre?
Seven days. (21:4)

G What did the disciples urge Paul?
Not to go on to Jerusalem. (21:4)

G Who urged Paul not to go on to Jerusalem?
The disciples at Tyre. (21:4)

G How did the disciples urge Paul not to go on to Jerusalem?
Through the Spirit. (21:4)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 5, what was up?
Our time. (21:5)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 5, when did we leave?
When our time was up. (21:5)
G What did we do when our time was up?
Left and continued on our way. (21:5)

G Who accompanied us out of the city?
All the disciples and their wives and children. (21:5)

G Where did they accompany us?
Out of the city. (21:5)

G Where did we kneel down to pray?
On the beach. (21:5)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 6, when did we aboard the ship?
After saying good-by to each other. (21:6)

G To whom did we say good-by?
Each other. (21:6)

G From where did we continue our voyage?
Tyre. (21:7)
A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 7, where did we land?
Ptolemais. (21:7)

G Where did we greet the brothers?
Ptolemais. (21:7)

G How long did we stay with the brothers at Ptolemais?
A day. (21:7)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 8, when did we leave?
The next day. (21:8)

G What did we reach the next day?
Caesarea. (21:8)

G Where did we stay at Caesarea?
The house of Philip the evangelist. (21:8)

G Who was the evangelist?
Philip. (21:8)

G Who was Philip?
The evangelist, one of the seven. (21:8)
G Who was one of the seven?
Philip. (21:8)

G What did Philip have?
Four unmarried daughters who prophesied. (21:9)

G How many unmarried daughters did Philip have?
Four. (21:9)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 9, who prophesied?
Four unmarried daughters. (21:9)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 10, when had we been there?
A number of days. (21:10)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 10, who is a prophet?
Agabus. (21:10)

G Who is Agabus?
A prophet. (21:10)


G From where did Agabus come?
Judea. (21:10)

G Over to whom did Agabus come?
Us. (21:11)


G What did Agabus take?
Paul‟s belt. (21:11)

G What did Agabus tie with Paul‟s belt?
His own hands and feet. (21:11)

G With what did Agabus tie his own hands and feet?
Paul‟s belt. (21:11)

G What does the Holy Spirit say?
'In this way the Jews of Jerusalem will bind the owner of this belt and will hand
him over to the Gentiles.' (21:11)

G Who will bind the owner of this belt?
The Jews of Jerusalem. (21:11)
G Whom will the Jews of Jerusalem bind?
The owner of this belt. (21:11)

G Over to whom will the Jews of Jerusalem hand Paul?
The Gentiles. (21:11)

G Who pleaded with Paul not to go up to Jerusalem?
We and the people there. (21:12)

G With whom did we and the people there plead?
Paul. (21:12)

G What did we and the people there plead with Paul?
Not to go up to Jerusalem. (21:12)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 13, what are you doing?
Weeping and breaking my heart. (21:13)

G What is Paul ready to be?
Bound and to die in Jerusalem. (21:13)

G For what is Paul ready to die?
The name of the Lord Jesus. (21:13)
G For whose name is Paul ready to die?
The Lord Jesus. (21:13)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 14, what would Paul not be?
Dissuaded. (21:14)

G When did we give up?
When he would not be dissuaded. (21:14)

G When did we give up and say: “The Lord‟s will be done”?
When he would not be dissuaded. (21:14)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 14, what be done?
The Lord‟s will. (21:14)

G Whose will be done?
The Lord‟s. (21:14)

G When did we get ready and go to Jerusalem?
After this. (21:15)
A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 15, where did we go?
Jerusalem. (21:15)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 16, who accompanied us?
Some of the disciples from Caesarea. (21:16)

G Who accompanied us and brought us to the home of Mnason?
Some of the disciples from Caesarea. (21:16)

G Where were we to stay?
The home of Mnason. (21:16)

G Who was Mnason?
A man from Cyprus and one of the early disciples. (21:16)

G Who was a man from Cyprus?
Mnason. (21:16)

G From where was Mnason?
Cyprus. (21:16)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 16, who was one of the early disciples?
Mnason. (21:16)


A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 17, where did we arrive?
Jerusalem. (21:17)

G Who received us warmly?
The brothers at Jerusalem. (21:17)


G How did the brothers receive us?
Warmly. (21:17)

G Who went to see James?
Paul and the rest of us. (21:18)

G Whom did Paul and the rest of us go to see?
James. (21:18)

G When did Paul and the rest of us go to see James?
The next day. (21:18)
A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 18, who were present?
All the elders. (21:18)

G Who greeted them?
Paul. (21:19)

G Who reported in detail what God had done among the Gentiles through his
ministry?
Paul. (21:19)

G How did Paul report what God had done among the gentiles through his
ministry?
In detail. (21:19)

G Whom did they praise?
God. (21:20)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 20, when did they praise God?
When they heard this. (21:20)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 20, who have believed?
Many thousands of Jews. (21:20)

G Who are zealous for the law?
Many thousands of Jews. (21:20)

G For what are many thousands of Jews zealous?
The law. (21:20)

G Of what have they been informed?
You teach all the Jews who live among the Gentiles to turn away from Moses,
telling them not to circumcise their children or live according to our customs.
(21:21)

G What do you teach all the Jews who live among the Gentiles?
To turn away from Moses, telling them not to circumcise their children or live
according to our customs. (21:21)

G What will they certainly hear?
That you have come. (21:22)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 23, what do?
What we tell you. (21:23)
G Who have made a vow?
Four men with us. (21:23)

G What have four men with us made?
A vow. (21:23)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 24, whom take?
These men. (21:24)

G With whom join?
Their purification rites. (21:24)

G What pay?
Their expenses. (21:24)

G Why pay their expenses?
So that they can have their heads shaved. (21:24)

G What can they have shaved?
Their heads. (21:24)

G What will everybody know?
There is no truth in these reports about you, but that you yourself are living in
obedience to the law. (21:24)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 24, what is there?
No truth in these reports about you. (21:24)

G In what is there no truth?
These reports about you. (21:24)


G In obedience to what do you live?
The law. (21:24)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 25, what have we written to the Gentiles?
Our decision that they should abstain from food sacrificed to idols, blood, the
meat of strangled animals and from sexual immorality. (21:25)


X Context question: 4 part answer: From what should the Gentiles abstain?
Food sacrificed to idols, blood, the meat of strangled animals and from sexual
immorality. (21:25)
A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 26, whom did Paul take?
The men. (21:26)

G Whom did Paul purify?
Himself along with the men. (21:26)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 26, where did Paul go?
The temple. (21:26)

G Of what date did Paul give notice?
When the days of purification would end and the offering would be made for
each of them. (21:26)

G What would be made for each of them?
The offering. (21:26)

G What were nearly over?
The seven days. (21:27)

X Context question: How many days of purification were there?
Seven. (21:27)

G Where did some Jews form the province of Asia see Paul?
At the temple. (21:27)

G When did some Jews from the province of Asia see Paul at the temple?
When the seven days were nearly over. (21:27)

G Who saw Paul at the temple?
Some Jews from the province of Asia. (21:27)

G Whom did some Jews stir up?
The whole crowd. (21:27)

G Who stirred up the whole crowd?
Some Jews from the province of Asia. (21:27)

G Whom help us?
Men of Israel. (21:28)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 28, what man is this?
The man teaches all men everywhere against our people and our law and this
place. (21:28)
X Context question: 3 part answer: Against what does this man teach all men
everywhere?
Our people, our law, this place. (21:28)

G Whom has he brought into the temple area?
Greeks. (21:28)

G What has he defiled?
The holy place. (21:28)

G How has he defiled the holy place?
He brought Greeks into the temple area. (21:28)

G Whom had they previously seen in the city with Paul?
Trophimus the Ephesian. (21:29)

G Who is the Ephesian?
Trophimus. (21:29)

G Who is Trophimus?
The Ephesian. (21:29)

G What had they assumed?
Paul had brought him into the temple area. (21:29)

G Whom had they assumed brought Trophimus into the temple area?
Paul. (21:29)

G Why had they assumed Paul had brought Trophimus into the temple area?
They had previously seen him in the city with Paul. (21:29)

G Where had they assumed Paul had brought Trophimus?
Into the temple area. (21:29)

G Who was aroused?
The whole city. (21:30)
G Who came running from all directions?
The people. (21:30)

G From where did the people come running?
All directions. (21:30)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 30, whom did they seize?
Paul. (21:30)

G From where did they drag Paul?
The temple. (21:30)

G What were shut?
The gates. (21:30)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 31, what were they trying to do?
Kill him. (21:31)

G What reached the commander of the Romans troops?
News that the whole city of Jerusalem was in an uproar. (21:31)

G What news reached the commander of the Roman troops?
That the whole city of Jerusalem was in an uproar. (21:31)

G What was in an uproar?
The whole city of Jerusalem. (21:31)

G Who ran down to the crowd?
The commander of the Roman troops. (21:31-32)

G When did they stop beating Paul?
When the rioters saw the commander and his soldiers. (21:32)

G Whom did they stop beating?
Paul. (21:32)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 32, whom did they see?
The commander and his soldiers. (21:32)

G Whom did the rioters see?
The commander and his soldiers. (21:32)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 33, who came up?
The commander. (21:33)


G Who arrested Paul?
The commander. (21:33)


A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 33, what did the commander order?
Him bound with two chains. (21:33)

G With what did the commander order him bound?
Two chains. (21:33)

G With how many chains did the commander order him bound?
Two. (21:33)

X Context question: 2 part answer, what did some in the crowd shout?
One thing; another. (21:34)

G At what could the commander not get?
The truth. (21:34)

G Why could the commander not get at the truth?
Because of the uproar. (21:34)

G Where did the commander order that Paul be taken?
Into the barracks. (21:34)

G Who ordered that Paul be taken into the barracks?
The commander. (21:34)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 35, where did Paul reach?
The steps. (21:35)

G Who reached the steps?
Paul. (21:35)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 35, what was so great?
The violence of the mob. (21:35)

G How great was the violence of the mob?
That he had to be carried by the soldiers. (21:35)

G By whom did Paul have to be carried?
The soldiers. (21:35)

G What did the crowd that followed keep shouting?
“Away with him!” (21:36)

G Where were the soldiers about to take Paul?
Into the barracks. (21:37)
G What did Paul say as the soldiers were about to take Paul into the barracks?
May I say something to you? (21:37)

G What Egyptian aren‟t you?
Who started a revolt and led four thousand terrorists out into the desert some
time ago. (21:38)

G Who started a revolt?
Egyptian. (21:38)

G Who led four thousand terrorists out into the desert some time ago?
Egyptian. (21:38)

G How many terrorists did the Egyptian lead into the desert some time ago?
Four thousand. (21:38)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 39, who is Paul?
A Jew from Tarsus in Cilicia. (21:39)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 39, of whom is Paul a citizen?
No ordinary city. (21:39)

G Who is a citizen of no ordinary city?
Paul. (21:39)

G Whose permission did Paul receive?
The commander‟s. (21:40)

G Who stood on the steps?
Paul. (21:40)

G To whom did Paul motion?
The crowd. (21:40)

G When did Paul speak to them in Aramaic?
When they were all silent. (21:40)

A According to Acts chapter 21 verse 40, how did Paul speak to them?
In Aramaic. (21:40)

                            Chapter 22

G Who listen now to my defense?
Brothers and fathers. (22:1)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 1, to what listen?
My defense. (22:1)

G How did they hear Paul speaking to them?
In Aramaic. (22:2)

G When did they become very quiet?
When they heard him speak to them in Aramaic. (22:2)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 2, what did they become?
Very quiet. (22:2)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 3, what am I?
A Jew. (22:3)

G Where was Paul born?
Tarsus of Cilicia. (22:3)

G Who was born in Tarsus?
Paul. (22:3)

G Where was Paul brought up?
In this city. (22:3)

G Under whom was Paul thoroughly trained in the law of his fathers?
Gamaliel. (22:3)

G How was Paul trained in the law of his fathers?
Thoroughly. (22:3)

G In what was Paul trained under Gamaliel?
The law of our fathers. (22:3)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 3, what was Paul?
Just as zealous for God as any of you are today. (22:3)

G For whom was Paul zealous?
God. (22:3)

G To what did Paul persecute the followers of the Way?
To their death. (22:4)
G Whom did Paul persecute to their death?
The followers of the Way. (22:4)

G Whom did Paul arrest?
The followers of the Way—both men and women. (22:4)

G Where did Paul throw the followers of the Way?
Into prison. (22:4)

G From whom did Paul obtain letters?
The high priest and all the council. (22:5)

G To whom did Paul obtain letters?
Their brothers in Damascus. (22:5)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 5, where did I go?
Damascus. (22:5)

G Why did Paul go to Damascus?
Bring these people as prisoners to Jerusalem to be punished. (22:5)

G How did Paul bring these people to Jerusalem?
As prisoners. (22:5)

G When did Paul come near Damascus?
About noon. (22:6)

G What flashed around Paul?
A bright light from heaven. (22:6)

G When did a bright light from heaven flash around Paul?
Suddenly. (22:6)

G From where did a bright light flash around Paul?
Heaven. (22:6)

G Around whom did a bright light flash?
Paul. (22:6)

G Where did Paul fall?
To the ground. (22:7)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 8, who is the Lord?
Jesus of Nazareth whom you are persecuting. (22:8)
G Who is Paul persecuting?
Jesus of Nazareth. (22:8)

G Who saw the light?
Paul‟s companions. (22:9)

G What did Paul‟s companions see?
The light. (22:9)

G What did Paul‟s companions not understand?
The voice of him who was speaking to me. (22:9)

G Who did not understand the voice of him who was speaking to Paul?
His companions. (22:9)

G What voice did they not understand?
The voice of him who was speaking to me. (22:9)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 10, where go?
Into Damascus. (22:10)

G Where will you be told all that you have been assigned to do?
In Damascus. (22:10)

G What will you be told in Damascus?
All that you have been assigned to do. (22:10)

G Who led Paul by the hand into Damascus?
His companions. (22:11)

G Where did Paul‟s companions lead him?
Into Damascus. (22:11)

G How did Paul‟s companions lead Paul?
By the hand. (22:11)

G Why did Paul‟s companions lead him by the hand into Damascus?
Because the brilliance of the light had blinded me. (22:11)

G What had blinded Paul?
The brilliance of the light. (22:11)

G What had the brilliance of the light done?
Blinded Paul. (22:11)

A According to Act chapter 22 verse 12, who came to see Paul?
Ananias. (22:12)

G Who was Ananias?
A devout observer of the law and highly respected by all the Jews living there.
(22:12)

G Who was a devout observer of the law?
Ananias. (22:12)

G Of what was Ananias a devout observer?
The law. (22:12)

G Who was highly respected by all the Jews?
Ananias. (22:12)

G By whom was Ananias highly respected?
All the Jews living there. (22:12)

G Who stood beside me?
Ananias. (22:13)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 13, what receive?
Your sight. (22:13)

G When was I able to see Ananias?
At that very moment. (22:13)

G Whom was I able to see at that very moment?
Ananias. (22:13)

G Who has chosen you to know his will and to see the Righteous One and to
hear words from his mouth?
The God of your fathers. (22:14)

G What has the God of our fathers chosen you to know?
His will. (22:14)

G Whom has the God of our fathers chosen you to see?
The Righteous One. (22:14)

G What has the God of our fathers chosen you to hear?
Words from his mouth. (22:14)

X Context question: 3 part question: What has the God of our fathers chosen you
to know, to see and to hear?
His will, the righteous one, words from his mouth. (22:14)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 15, what will you be?
Witnesses to all men. (22:15)

G To whom will you be witnesses?
All men. (22:15)

G Of what will you be his witnesses to all men?
Of what you have seen and heard. (22:15)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 16, what be?
Baptized. (22:16)

G What wash away?
Your sins. (22:16)

G How wash your sins away?
Calling on his name. (22:16)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 17, where did I return?
Jerusalem. (22:17)

G Where was Paul praying?
At the temple. (22:17)

G Into what did Paul fall?
A trance. (22:17)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 18, what did Paul see?
The Lord speaking to me. (22:18)

G What did the Lord speak to me?
Quick! Leave Jerusalem immediately because they will not accept your testimony
about me. (22:18)

G Where leave?
Jerusalem. (22:18)

G When leave Jerusalem?
Immediately. (22:18)

G Why leave Jerusalem immediately?
They will not accept your testimony about me. (22:18)

G What will they not accept about Paul?
Your testimony. (22:18)
G Where will they not accept your testimony about me?
Jerusalem. (22:18)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 19, what do these men know?
That I went from one synagogue to another to imprison and beat those who
believe in you. (22:19)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 19, where did I go?
From one synagogue to another to imprison and beat those who believe in you.
(22:19)

G Whom did I imprison?
Those who believe in you. (22:19)

G Whom did I beat?
Those who believe in you. (22:19)

G What was shed?
The blood of your martyr Stephen. (22:20)

G Who was your martyr?
Stephen. (22:20)

G Who stood there giving his approval?
Paul. (22:20)

G When did Paul stand there giving his approval?
When the blood of your martyr Stephen was shed. (22:20)

G Who was guarding the clothes of those who were killing him?
Paul. (22:20)

G Whose clothes was Paul guarding?
Those who were killing him. (22:20)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 21, where will I send you?
Far away to the Gentiles. (22:21)
G To whom will the Lord send Paul?
The Gentiles. (22:21)

G When did the crowd listen to Paul?
Until he said this. (22:22)

G Who listened to Paul until he said this?
The crowd. (22:22)

G Of whom rid the earth?
Paul. (22:22)

G Who is not fit to live?
Paul. (22:22)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 23, what were they doing?
Shouting, throwing off their cloaks and flinging dust into the air. (22:23)

G What were they throwing off?
Their cloaks. (22:23)

G What were they flinging into the air?
Dust. (22:23)

G Where were they flinging dust?
Into the air. (22:23)

G Who ordered Paul to be taken into the barracks?
The commander. (22:24)

G Where did the commander order Paul be taken?
The barracks. (22:24)

G What did the commander direct?
Paul be flogged and questioned in order to find out why the people were
shouting at him like this. (22:24)

G Why did the commander order that Paul be questioned?
In order to find out why the people were shouting at him like this. (22:24)

G Who were shouting at Paul?
The people. (22:24)
G Why did they stretch him out?
To flog him. (22:25)

G What is not legal?
For you to flog a Roman citizen who hasn‟t even been found guilty. (22:25)

G When is it not legal to flog a Roman citizen?
Who hasn‟t been found guilty. (22:25)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 26, what is this man?
A Roman citizen. (22:26)

A According to Acts chapter 22 verse 27, what is Paul?
A Roman citizen. (22:27)

G What did the commander have to pay for his citizenship?
A big price. (22:28)

G For what did the commander have to pay a big price?
His citizenship. (22:28)

G How was Paul born?
A citizen. (22:28)

X Context question: 2 part question: how did the commander become a citizen,
and how did Paul become a citizen?
Big price; born. (22:28)

G Who withdrew immediately?
Those who were about to question him. (22:29)

G When did those who were about to question him withdraw?
Immediately. (22:29)

G Who was alarmed?
The commander himself. (22:29)

G Why was the commander himself alarmed?
When he realized that he had put Paul, a Roman citizen in chains. (22:29)

G Who had he put in chains?
Paul a Roman citizen. (22:29)

G What did the commander want to find out?
Exactly why Paul was being accused by the Jews. (22:30)

G By whom was Paul being accused?
The Jews. (22:30)

G Why did the commander order the chief priests and all the Sanhedrin to
assemble?
Since the commander wanted to find out exactly why Paul was being accused by
the Jews. (22:30)

G Who did the commander order to assemble?
The chief priests and all the Sanhedrin. (22:30)

                                  Chapter 23

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 1, where did Paul look?
At the Sanhedrin. (23:1)

G How did Paul look at the Sanhedrin?
Straight. (23:1)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 1, what has Paul fulfilled?
His duty to God in all good conscience to this day. (23:1)

G In what has Paul fulfilled his duty to God?
All good conscience. (23:1)

G To whom did Paul fulfill his duty?
God. (23:1)

G Who ordered those standing near Paul to strike him on the mouth?
Ananias. (23:2)

G What did Ananias order?
Those standing near Paul to strike him on the mouth. (23:2)

G Where did Ananias order those standing near Paul to strike him?
On the mouth. (23:2)

G Whom did Ananias order those standing near him to strike?
Paul. (23:2)

G Who did Ananias order to strike Paul on the mouth?
Those standing near Paul. (23:2)
G Whom will God strike?
You. (Ananias) (23:3)

X Context question: Whom did Paul call a whitewashed wall?
Ananias. (23:3)

G Who sits there to judge Paul?
Ananias. (23:3)

G How does Ananias sit there to judge Paul?
According to the law. (23:3)

G According to what do you sit there to judge me?
The law. (23:3)

G How do you yourself violate the law?
By commanding that I be struck. (23:3)


G What do you yourself violate by commanding that I be struck?
The law. (23:3)

G Whom does Paul dare to insult?
God‟s high priest. (23:4)

G Who dares to insult God‟s high priest?
Paul. (23:4)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 5, what did Paul not realize?
He was the high priest. (23:5)

G Who did not realize he was the high priest?
Paul. (23:5)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 5, what is written?
”Do not speak evil about the ruler of your people.” (23:5)

G About whom do not speak evil?
The ruler of your people. (23:5)

G What do not speak about the ruler of your people?
Evil. (23:5)
A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 6, what did Paul know?
Some of them were Sadducees and the others Pharisees. (23:6)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 6, what is Paul?
A Pharisee. (23:6)

G Of whom is Paul the son?
A Pharisee. (23:6)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 6, why does Paul stand on trial?
Because of his hope in the resurrection of the dead. (23:6)

G When did a dispute break out between the Pharisees and the Sadducees?
When Paul said this. (23:7)

G What broke out between the Pharisees and the Sadducees?
A dispute. (23:7)

G Between whom did a dispute break out?
The Pharisees and the Sadducees. (23:7)


G What was divided?
The assembly. (23:7)

G What do the Sadducees say?
There is no resurrection and that there are neither angels nor spirits. (23:8)

G Who say there is no resurrection?
The Sadducees. (23:8)

G Who acknowledge them all?
The Pharisees. (23:8)

X Context question: 2 part question: What do the Sadducees say and what do
the Pharisees acknowledge?
There is no resurrection and that there are neither angels nor spirits.
Acknowledge all. (23:8)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 9, what was there?
A great uproar. (23:9)

G What were some of the teachers of the law?
Pharisees. (23:9)
G Who argued vigorously?
Some of the teachers of the law who were Pharisees. (23:9)

G What did some of the teachers of the law who were Pharisees argue?
We find nothing wrong with this man," they said. "What if a spirit or an angel
has spoken to him?" (23:9)

G How did some of the teachers of the law who were Pharisees argue?
Vigorously. (23:9)

G With whom do they find nothing wrong?
Paul. (23:9)

G What became violent?
The dispute. (23:10)

G How violent did the dispute become?
So violent that the commander was afraid that Paul would be torn to pieces by
them. (23:10)

G What was the commander afraid?
Paul would be torn to pieces by them. (23:10)

G Who was afraid that Paul would be torn to pieces by them?
The commander. (23:10)

G Who ordered the troops to go down and take him away from them by force?
The commander. (23:10)

G How did the commander order the troops to take Paul away from them?
By force. (23:10)

G Where did the commander order the troops to bring him?
Into the barracks. (23:10)

G Who stood near Paul the following day?
The Lord. (23:11)

G When did the Lord stand near Paul?
The following day. (23:11)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 11, what take?
Courage. (23:11)
G Where have you testified about the Lord?
Jerusalem. (23:11)

G Where must you also testify?
Rome. (23:11)

G Who formed a conspiracy?
The Jews. (23:12)

G When did the Jews form a conspiracy?
The next morning. (23:12)

G With what did the Jews bind themselves?
An oath not to eat or drink until they had killed Paul. (23:12)

G Until when did they bind themselves with an oath not to eat or drink?
They had killed Paul. (23:12)

G With what oath did the Jews bind themselves?
Not to eat or drink until they had killed Paul. (23:12)

G How many men were involved in this plot?
More than 40. (23:13)


G In what were more than forty men involved?
This plot. (23:13)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 14, to whom did they go?
The chief priests and elders. (23:14)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 14, what have we taken?
A solemn oath not to eat anything until we have killed Paul. (23:14)

G What solemn oath have we taken?
Not to eat anything until we have killed Paul. (23:14)

G Who petition the commander to bring Paul before you?
You and the Sanhedrin. (23:15)

G Whom should you and the Sanhedrin petition to bring Paul before you?
The commander. (23:15)
G On what pretext should you and the Sanhedrin petition the commander to
bring Paul before you?
Wanting more accurate information about his case. (23:15)

G What are we ready to do?
Kill him before he gets here. (23:15)

G Who heard of this plot?
The son of Paul‟s sister. (23:16)

G Of what did the son of Paul‟s sister hear?
This plot. (23:16)

G Where did the son of Paul‟s sister go?
Into the barracks. (23:16)

G Why did the son of Paul‟s sister go into the barracks?
Told Paul. (23:16)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 17, whom take?
This young man. (23:17)

G Whom take to the commander?
This young man. (23:17)

G To whom take this young man?
The commander. (23:17)

G Why take this young man to the commander?
He has something to tell you. (23:17)

G To whom did he take the son of Paul‟s sister?
The commander. (23:18)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 18, who sent for me?
Paul, the prisoner. (23:18)

G Who is the prisoner?
Paul. (23:18)

G What did Paul, the prisoner ask me?
To bring this young man to you. (23:18)

G Why did Paul ask me to bring this young man to you?
He has something to tell you. (23:18)

G Who took the young man by the hand?
The commander. (23:19)

G Who drew the young man aside?
The commander. (23:19)

G By what did the commander take the young man?
By the hand. (23:19)

G Who have agreed to ask you to bring Paul before the Sanhedrin tomorrow?
The Jews. (23:20)

G What have the Jews agreed to ask you?
To bring Paul before the Sanhedrin tomorrow. (23:20)

G Where have the Jews agreed to ask you to bring Paul?
Before the Sanhedrin. (23:20)

G When have the Jews agreed to ask you to bring Paul before the Sanhedrin?
Tomorrow. (23:20)

G On what pretext have the Jews agreed to ask you to bring Paul before the
Sanhedrin?
On the pretext of wanting more accurate information about him. (23:20)

G Why don‟t give in to them?
Because more than forty of them are waiting in ambush to kill him. (23:21)


G How many of them are waiting in ambush to kill him?
More than forty. (23:21)

G How are more than forty of them waiting?
In ambush to kill Paul. (23:21)

G What oath have they taken?
Not to eat or drink until they have killed him. (23:21)

G When are they ready?
Now, waiting for your consent to their request. (23:21)

G For what are more than forty men waiting?
Your consent to their request. (23:21)

G Who dismissed the young man?
The commander. (23:22)

G What did the commander caution him?
“Don‟t tell anyone that you have reported this to me.” (23:22)

G What don‟t tell anyone?
That you have reported this to me. (23:22)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 23, whom did he call?
Two of his centurions. (23:23)

G What get ready?
A detachment of two hundred soldiers, seventy horseman and two hundred
spearman. (23:23)

X Context question: 3 part answer: What detachment should the centurion get
ready?
Two hundred soldiers, seventy horseman and two hundred spearman. (23:23)

G How many soldiers get ready?
Two hundred. (23:23)

G How many horseman get ready?
Seventy. (23:23)

G How many spearman get ready?
Two hundred. (23:23)

G Where should the detachment go?
Caesarea. (23:23)

G When should the detachment go to Caesarea?
At nine tonight. (23:23)

G What provide for Paul?
Mounts. (23:24)

G For whom provide mounts?
Paul. (23:24)

G Why provide mounts for Paul?
So that he may be taken safely to Governor Felix. (23:24)

G Where may Paul be taken safely?
To Governor Felix. (23:24)

G How may Paul be taken to Governor Felix?
Safely. (23:24)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 25, what did he write?
A letter. (23:24)

G To whom did he write a letter?
His excellency Governor Felix. (23:25-26)

G Who wrote a letter to Felix?
Claudius Lysias. (23:25-26)

G Who was seized by the Jews?
This man. (23:27)

G By whom was this man seized?
The Jews. (23:27)

G What were the Jews about to do to this man?
Kill him. (23:27)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 27, how did I come?
With my troops. (23:27)

G Why did I come with my troops and rescue him?
I had learned that he is a Roman citizen. (23:27)

G What had I learned?
He is a Roman citizen. (23:27)


A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 28, what did I want to know?
Why they were accusing him. (23:28)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 28, where did I bring him?
Their Sanhedrin. (23:28)

G Why did I bring him to their Sanhedrin?
I wanted to know why they were accusing him. (23:28)
A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 29, what did I find out?
The accusation had to do with questions about their law. (23:29)

G With what did the accusation have to do?
Questions about their law. (23:29)

G What did no charge against him deserve?
Death or imprisonment. (23:29)

G Of what was I informed?
A plot to be carried out against the man. (23:30)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 30, why did I send him to you at once?
When I was informed of a plot to be carried out against the man. (23:30)

G What did I order his accusers to do?
Present to you their case against him. (23:30)

G Who were carrying out their order?
The soldiers. (23:31)

G When did the soldiers take Paul?
During the night. (23:31)

G How far did the soldiers bring Paul?
As far as Antipatris. (23:31)

G When did they let the cavalry go on with him?
The next day. (23:32)

G Whom did they let go on with him the next day?
The cavalry. (23:32)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 32, where did they return?
The barracks. (23:32)


A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 33, who arrived in Caesarea?
The Cavalry. (23:33)

G Where did the cavalry arrive?
Caesarea. (23:33)
G What did they deliver to the governor?
The letter. (23:33)

G Who delivered the letter to the governor?
The cavalry. (23:33)

A According to Acts chapter 23 verse 33, over to whom did they hand Paul?
The governor. (23:33)

G Over to whom did the cavalry hand Paul?
The governor. (23:33)

G Who read the letter?
The governor. (23:34)

G What did the governor read?
The letter. (23:34)

G What did the governor ask when he read the letter?
What province he was from. (23:34)

G What did the governor learn?
That he was from Cilicia. (23:34)

X Context question: What province was Paul from?
Cilicia. (23:34)

G When will the governor hear Paul‟s case?
When your accusers get here. (23:35)

G Where did he order that Paul be kept?
Under guard in Herod‟s palace. (23:35)

G Who ordered Paul be kept under guard in Herod‟s palace?
The governor. (23:35)

                           Chapter 24
G When did Ananias go down to Caesarea with some of the elders and a lawyer
named Tertullus?
Five days later. (24:1)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 1, where did Ananias go?
Caesarea. (24:1)

G Who was the high priest?
Ananias. (24:1)

G Who was a lawyer?
Tertullus. (24:1)

G Who was Tertullus?
A lawyer. (24:1)

G Who presented his case before Felix?
Tertullus. (24:2)

G Before whom did Tertullus present his case?
Felix. (24:2)

G What have we enjoyed?
A long period of peace under you. (24:2)

G Under whom have we enjoyed a long period of peace?
Felix. (24:2)

G What has your foresight brought about in this nation?
Reforms. (24:2)

G Where has your foresight brought about reforms?
This nation. (24:2)

G Where do we acknowledge this with profound gratitude?
Everywhere and in every way. (24:3)

G What do we acknowledge with profound gratitude?
We have enjoyed a long period of peace under you and your foresight has
brought about reforms in this nation. (24:3)

G What does Tertullus request?
You be kind enough to hear us briefly. (24:4)
G What have we found this man to be?
A troublemaker. (24:5)

G what is this man stirring up?
Riots among the Jews. (24:5)

G Among whom is this man stirring up riots?
The Jews. (24:5)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 5, what is he?
A ringleader of the Nazarene sect. (24:5)

G Of what sect is he a ringleader?
The Nazarene. (24:5)

G What did he try to desecrate?
The temple. (24:6)

G What will you be able to learn by examining him?
The truth about all these charges we are bringing against him. (24:8)

G How will you be able to learn the truth about all these charges we are bringing
against him?
By examining him yourself. (24:8)

G In what did the Jews join?
The accusation. (24:9)

G How did the Jews join in the accusation?
By asserting these things were true. (24:9)

G For whom did the governor motion to speak?
Paul. (24:10)

G Who motioned for Paul to speak?
The governor. (24:10)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 10, what did the governor motion?
For him to speak. (24:10)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 10, what do I know?
For a number of years you have been a judge over this nation. (24:10)

G How long have you been a judge over this nation?
A number of years. (24:10)

G How does Paul make his defense?
Gladly. (24:10)

G What can you easily verify?
No more than twelve days ago I went up to Jerusalem to worship. (24:11)

G Where did Paul go no more than twelve days ago?
Up to Jerusalem to worship. (24:11)

G How long ago did Paul go up to Jerusalem to worship?
No more than twelve days ago. (24:11)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 11, where did Paul go?
Jerusalem. (24:11)

G Why did Paul go up to Jerusalem no more than twelve days ago?
To worship. (24:11)

X Context question: 2 part question: What did my accusers not find?
Me arguing with anyone at the temple or stirring up a crowd in the synagogues
or anywhere else in the city. (24:12)

G Where did my accusers not find me stirring up a crowd?
In the synagogues or anywhere else in the city. (24:12)

G What can they not prove?
The charges they are now making against me. (24:13)

G What are they now making against me?
Charges. (24:13)

G What does Paul admit?
That I worship the God of our fathers as a follower of the Way. (24:14)

G Whom do I worship as a follower of the Way?
The God of our fathers. (24:14)

G How do I worship the God of our fathers?
As a follower of the Way. (24:14)

G What do they call the Way?
A sect. (24:14)
G What do they call a sect?
The Way. (24:14)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 14, what do I believe?
Everything that agrees with the Law and that is written in the prophets. (24:14)

G What hope does Paul have?
There will be a resurrection of both the righteous and the wicked. (24:15)

G Of whom will there be a resurrection?
Both the righteous and the wicked. (24:15)

 G What does Paul strive?
To keep his conscience clear before God and man. (24:16)

G Before whom does Paul strive to keep his conscience clear?
God and man. (24:16)

G What does Paul strive to keep clear?
His conscience. (24:16)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 17, where did Paul come?
Jerusalem. (24:17)

G Where did Paul go after an absence of several year?
Jerusalem. (24:17)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 17, when did Paul go up to Jerusalem?
After an absence of several years. (24:17)

G Why did Paul go up to Jerusalem after an absence of several year?
To bring my people gifts to the poor and to present offerings. (24:17)

G For whom did Paul bring his people gifts?
The poor. (24:17)

G Where did Paul go to bring his people gifts to the poor and present offerings?
Jerusalem. (24:17)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 18, what was Paul?
Ceremonially clean. (24:18)

G When was Paul ceremonially clean?
When they found him at the temple doing this. (24:18)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 18, where did they find him?
At the temple. (24:18)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 18, who was not with Paul?
A crowd. (24:18)

G With what was Paul not involved?
Any disturbance. (24:18)

G Who ought to be here before Felix?
Some Jews from the province of Asia. (24:19)

G Where ought some Jews from the province of Asia to be?
Here before you. (24:19)

G When ought they to bring charges?
If they have anything against me. (24:19)

G What should those who are here state?
What crime they found in me when I stood before the Sanhedrin. (24:20)

G Who should state what crime they found in me?
Those who are here. (24:20)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 20, where did I stand?
Before the Sanhedrin. (24:20)

G What did Paul shout as he stood in their presence?
It is concerning the resurrection of the dead that I am on trial before you today.
(24:21)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 21, why is Paul on trial today?
Concerning the resurrection of the dead. (24:21)

G Concerning what is Paul on trial before you today?
The resurrection of the dead. (24:21)

G Who was well acquainted with the Way?
Felix. (24:22)

G With what was Felix well acquainted?
The Way. (24:22)
G Who adjourned the proceedings?
Felix. (24:22)

G what did Felix adjourn?
The proceedings. (24:22)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 22, who comes?
Lysias. (24:22)


G Who is the commander?
Lysias. (24:22)

G Who is Lysias?
The commander. (24:22)

G When will Felix decide your case?
When Lysias the commander comes. (24:22)

G What will Felix decide when Lysias the commander comes?
Your case. (24:22)

 A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 23, what did he order?
The centurion to keep Paul under guard but to give him some freedom and
permit his friends to take care of his needs. (24:23)

G Who did Felix order to keep Paul under guard?
The centurion. (24:23)

G What freedom should the centurion give Paul?
Permit his friends to take care of his needs. (24:23)

G What should the centurion permit Paul‟s friends to do?
Take care of his needs. (24:23)

G Who should take care of Paul‟s needs?
His friends. (24:23)

G Who was Felix‟s wife?
Drusilla. (24:24)

G Who was Drusilla?
Felix‟s wife. (24:24)
G Who was a Jewess?
Drusilla. (24:24)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 24, who sent for Paul?
Felix. (24:24)

A According to Acts chapter 24 verse 24, about what did Paul speak?
Faith in Jesus Christ. (24:24)

G On what did Paul discourse?
Righteousness, self-control and the judgment to come. (24:25)

G Who discoursed on righteousness, self-control and the judgment to come?
Paul. (24:25)

G Who was afraid?
Felix. (24:25)

G When will Felix send for you again?
When he finds it convenient. (24:25)

G What was Felix hoping?
Paul would offer him a bribe. (24:26)

G Who was hoping Paul would offer him a bribe?
Felix. (24:26)

G Why did he send for him frequently?
He was hoping Paul would offer him a bribe. (24:26)

G When was Felix succeeded by Porcius Festus?
When two years had passed. (24:27)

G By whom was Felix succeeded?
Porcius Festus. (24:27)

G Who was succeeded by Porcius Festus?
Felix. (24:27)

G Who wanted to grant a favor to the Jews?
Felix. (24:27)

G Why did Felix leave Paul in prison?
Because he wanted to grant a favor to the Jews. (24:27)

G Where did Felix leave Paul?
In prison. (24:27)

                           Chapter 25

G When did Festus go up from Caesarea to Jerusalem?
Three days after arriving in the province. (25:1)

G Where did Festus go three days after arriving in the province?
Up from Caesarea to Jerusalem. (25:1)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 1, where did Festus go?
Up from Caesarea to Jerusalem. (25:1)

G Who went up from Caesarea to Jerusalem?
Festus. (25:1)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 2, who appeared before Festus?
The chief priests and Jewish leaders. (25:2)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 2, who presented the charges against Paul?
The chief priests and Jewish leaders. (25:2)

G Against whom did the chief priests and Jewish leaders present their case?
Paul. (25:2)

G What did they urgently request Festus?
To have Paul transferred to Jerusalem. (25:3)

G How did they request Festus to have Paul transferred to Jerusalem?
Urgently, as a favor to them. (25:3)

G Where did they urgently request Festus to have Paul transferred?
Jerusalem. (25:3)

G Why did they urgently request Festus to have Paul transferred to Jerusalem?
For they were preparing an ambush to kill him along the way. (25:3)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 3, what were they preparing?
An ambush to kill him along the way. (25:3)

G Who is being held at Caesarea?
Paul. (25:4)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 4, Where is Paul being held?
Caesarea. (25:4)

G Where is Festus going soon?
Caesarea. (25:4)

G With whom let some of your leaders come?
With Festus. (25:5)

G Why let some of your leaders come with Festus?
To press charges against the man. (25:5)

G If what let some of your leaders come with Festus and press charges against
the man?
If he has done anything wrong. (25:5)

G How many days did Festus spend with them?
Eight or ten. (25:6)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 6, where did Festus go?
Caesarea. (25:6)

G When did Festus convene the court?
The next day. (25:6)

G What did Festus convene the next day?
The court. (25:6)

G What did Festus order?
Paul be brought before him. (25:6)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 7, who appeared?
Paul. (25:7)

G Who had come down from Jerusalem?
The Jews. (25:7)

G From where had the Jews come down?
Jerusalem. (25:7)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 7, who stood around Paul?
The Jews who had come down from Jerusalem. (25:7)
G Against whom did the Jews bring many serious charges?
Paul. (25:7)

G What kind of charges did the Jews bring?
Many serious charges which they could not prove. (25:7)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 8, what did Paul make?
His defense. (25:8)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 8, what defense did Paul make?
“I have done nothing wrong against the law of the Jews or against the temple or
against Caesar.” (25:8)

X Context question: 3 part question: In Acts chapter 25, against what or whom
did Paul do nothing wrong?
The law of the Jews, the temple, Caesar. (25:8)

G Who was wishing to do the Jews a favor?
Festus. (25:9)
G Whom was Festus wishing to do a favor?
Jews. (25:9)

G What was Festus wishing?
To do the Jews a favor. (25:9)

 G Where is Paul now standing?
Before Caesar‟s court. (25:10)

G Where ought Paul to be tried?
Caesar‟s court. (25:10)

G To whom has Paul done nothing wrong?
The Jews. (25:10)

G What if Paul is guilty of doing anything deserving death?
He does not refuse to die. (25:11)

G When does Paul not refuse to die?
If he is guilty of doing anything deserving death. (25:11)

G What if the charges brought against Paul by these Jews are not true?
No one has the right to me over to them. (25:11)
G When does no one have the right to hand Paul over to the Jews?
If the charges brought against me are not true. (25:11)

G To whom does Paul appeal?
Caesar. (25:11)

G Who has conferred with his council?
Festus. (25:12)

G Who has appealed to Caesar?
Paul. (25:12)
G Who will go to Caesar?
Paul. (25:12)

G Why will Paul go to Caesar?
He appealed to Caesar. (25:12)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 12, where will Paul go?
Caesar. (25:12)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 13, who arrived at Caesarea?
King Agrippa and Bernice. (25:13)

G When did King Agrippa and Bernice arrive at Caesarea?
A few days later. (25:13)

G Where did King Agrippa and Bernice arrive?
Caesarea. (25:13)

G Why did King Agrippa and Bernice arrive at Caesarea?
To pay their respects to Festus. (25:13)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 14, how long were they spending there?
Many days. (25:14)

G Who discussed Paul‟s case with the king?
Festus. (25:14)

G With whom did Festus discuss Paul‟s case?
The king. (25:14)

G Who left this man as a prisoner?
Felix. (25:14)
A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 14, whom is there?
A man whom Felix left as a prisoner. (25:14)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 15, where did I go?
Jerusalem. (25:15)

G Who brought charges against Paul?
The chief priests and elders of the Jews. (25:15)

G What did the chief priests and elders ask?
That he be condemned. (25:15)

G What did Paul tell them?
It is not the Roman custom to hand over any man before he has faced his
accusers and has had an opportunity to defend himself against their charges.
(25:16)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 16, what is it not?
The Roman custom to hand over any man before he has faced his accusers and
has had an opportunity to defend himself against their charges. (25:16)

G What is not the Roman custom?
To hand over any man before he has faced his accusers and has had an
opportunity to defend himself against their charges. (25:16)

G When is it not the Roman custom to hand over any man?
Before he has faced his accusers and has had an opportunity to defend himself
against their charges. (25:16)

G When did Festus not delay the case?
When they came here with me. (25:17)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 18, who got up to speak?
His accusers. (25:18)

G With what crimes did they not charge him?
Any of the crimes he had expected. (25:18)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 19, what did they have?
Some points of dispute with him about their own religion and about a dead man
named Jesus who Paul claimed was alive. (25:19)

X Context question: 2 part question: against what did they have some points of
dispute?
Their own religion and a dead man named Jesus who Paul claimed was alive.
(25:19)

G Whom did Paul claim was alive?
Jesus. (25:19)

G At what was Festus at a lost?
How to investigate such matters. (25:20)

G Why did Festus ask if he would be willing to go to Jerusalem and stand trial
there on these charges?
He was at a loss how to investigate such matters. (25:20)

G Who made his appeal to be held over for the Emperor‟s decision?
Paul. (25:21)

G For whose decision did Paul make his appeal to be held?
The Emperor. (25:21)

G When did Festus order him held?
Until he could send him to Caesar. (25:21)

G What did Agrippa say to Festus?
I would like to hear this man myself. (25:22)

G What would Agrippa like?
To hear this man himself. (25:22)


G When will Agrippa hear him?
Tomorrow. (25:22)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 23, who came?
Agrippa and Bernice. (25:23)

G Who came with great pomp?
Agrippa and Bernice. (25:23)

G With what did Agrippa and Bernice come?
Great pomp. (25:23)

G When did Agrippa and Bernice come with great pomp?
The next day. (25:23)
G Where did Agrippa and Bernice enter?
The audience room. (25:23)

G With whom did Agrippa and Bernice enter the audience room?
The high ranking officers and leading men of the city. (25:23)

G Who entered the audience room with the high ranking officers and the leading
men of the city?
Agrippa and Bernice. (25:23)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 24, whom do you see?
This man. (25:24)

G Who has petitioned me about Paul?
The whole Jewish community. (25:24)

G Where has the whole Jewish community petitioned me about Paul?
In Jerusalem and here in Caesarea. (25:24)

G What has the whole Jewish community shouted?
That he ought not to live any longer. (25:24)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 25, what have I found?
He had done nothing deserving of death. (25:25)

G Of what has he done nothing deserving?
Death. (25:25)

G What appeal did he make?
The Emperior. (25:25)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 25, what did I decide?
To send him to Rome. (25:25)

G Where did Festus decide to send him?
Rome. (25:25)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 26, what does Festus have?
Nothing definite to write to his Majesty. (25:26)

G Why has Festus brought him before all of you?
So that as a result of this investigation I may have something to write. (25:26)

G What may Festus have as a result of this investigation?
Something to write. (25:26)

A According to Acts chapter 25 verse 27, what does Festus think?
It is unreasonable to send on a prisoner without specifying the charges against
him. (25:27)

G What does Festus think is unreasonable?
To send on a prisoner without specifying the charges against him. (25:27)

                           Chapter 26

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 1, What did Agrippa say to Paul?
You have permission to speak for yourself. (26:1)

G What permission does Paul have?
To speak for himself. (26:1)

G With what did Paul motion?
His hand. (26:1)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 1, who motioned with his hand?
Paul. (26:1)

G Who began his defense?
Paul. (26:1)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 1, what did Paul begin?
His defense. (26:1)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 2, what does Paul consider himself?
Fortunate to stand before Agrippa. (26:2)


G Before whom does Paul consider himself fortunate to stand?
Agrippa. (26:2)

G Against what does Paul make his defense?
All the accusations of the Jews. (26:2)

G Whose accusations does Paul make his defense?
The Jews. (26:2)

G Who is well acquainted with all the Jewish customs and controversies?
Agrippa. (26:3)
G With what is Agrippa well acquainted?
All the Jewish customs and controversies. (26:3)

G What does Paul beg Agrippa?
To listen to him patiently. (26:3)

G How does Paul beg Agrippa to listen to him?
Patiently. (26:3)

G What do the Jews all know?
The way Paul has lived since he was a child. (26:4)

G Who knew the way Paul lived since he was a child?
The Jews. (26:4)

G Where did the Jews know the way Paul lived?
In his own country and in Jerusalem. (26:4)

G When did the Jews know the way Paul lived?
Since he was a child, from the beginning of his life. (26:4)

G How long have the Jews known Paul?
A long time. (26:5)

G Who has known Paul a long time?
The Jews. (26:5)

G What can the Jews testify if they are willing?
According to the strictest sect of our religion, he lived as a Pharisee. (26:5)

G According to what did Paul live as a Pharisee?
The strictest sect of his religion. (26:5)


G How did Paul live as a Pharisee?
According to the strictest sect of his religion. (26:5)

G How did Paul live according to the strictest sect of his religion?
A Pharisee. (26:5)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 6, why is Paul on trial today?
Because of his hope in what God has promised our fathers. (26:60
G Who is on trial today?
Paul. (26:6)

G Who are hoping to see the promise fulfilled?
Our twelve tribes. (26:7)

G How many tribes are hoping to see the promise fulfilled?
Twelve. (26:7)

G How are our twelve tribes hoping to see the promise fulfilled?
As they earnestly serve God day and night. (26:7)

G Who earnestly serve God?
Our twelve tribes. (26:7)

G Whom do our twelve tribes serve?
God. (26:7)

G When do our twelve tribes serve God?
Day and night. (26:7)

G How do our twelve tribes serve God?
Earnestly. (26:7)

G Why are the Jews accusing me?
Because of this hope. (26:7)

G What do you consider incredible?
That God raises the dead. (26:8)

X Context question: What is the hope that God promised our forefathers?
He raises the dead. (26:6-8)

G What was Paul too convinced?
That he ought to do all that was possible to oppose the name of Jesus of
Nazareth. (26:9)

G Who was convinced that he ought to do all that was possible to oppose the
name of Jesus of Nazareth?
Paul. (26:9)

G What ought Paul to do?
All that was possible to oppose the name of Jesus of Nazareth. (26:9)
G Whose name did Paul oppose?
Jesus of Nazareth. (26:9)

G Where did Paul oppose the name of Jesus of Nazareth?
In Jerusalem. (26:10)

G On whose authority did Paul put many of the saints in prison?
The chief priest. (26:10)

G Whom did Paul put in prison?
Many of the saints. (26:10)

G Who cast his vote against them?
Paul. (26:10)

G Against whom did Paul cast his vote?
Many of the saints. (26:10)

G When did Paul cast his vote against them?
When they were put to death. (26:10)

G When did Paul go from one synagogue to another?
Many a time. (26:11)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 11, where did Paul go?
One synagogue to another; foreign cities. (26:11)

G Why did Paul go from one synagogue to another?
To have them punished. (26:11)

G What did Paul try to force them to do?
Blaspheme. (26:11)

G Where did Paul go in his obsession against them?
Foreign cities. (26:11)

G Why did Paul go to foreign cities?
To persecute them. (26:11)

G Where was Paul going on one of these journeys?
Damascus. (26:12)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 12, where was Paul going?
Damascus. (26:12)
G With what was Paul going to Damascus?
The authority and commission of the chief priest. (26:12)

G When did Paul see a light from heaven?
About noon. (26:13)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 13, what did Paul see?
A light from heaven, brighter than the sun. (26:13)

G What was brighter than the sun?
A light from heaven. (26:13)

G Where did the light from heaven blaze?
Around me and my companions. (26:13)

G Around whom did the light from heaven blaze?
Paul and his companions. (26:13)

G Where did Paul and his companions fall?
To the ground. (26:14)

G Who all fell to the ground?
Paul and his companions. (26:14)

G In what did Paul hear a voice?
Aramaic. (26:14)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 14, what is hard?
For you to kick against the goads. (26:14)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 15, who is the Lord?
Jesus whom you are persecuting. (26:15)

G Whom are you persecuting?
Jesus. (26:15)

G On what stand?
Your feet. (26:16)


G To whom has Jesus appeared?
Paul. (26:16)
G Why has Jesus appeared to Paul?
To appoint you as a witness of what you have seen of me and what I will show
you. (26:16)

G From whom will I rescue you?
Your own people and the Gentiles. (26:17)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 17, to whom am I sending you?
Your own people and the Gentiles. (26:17)

G Why am I sending you to your own people and the Gentiles?
To open their eyes and turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of
Satan to God, so that they may receive forgiveness of sins and a place among
those who are sanctified by faith in me. (26:17-18)

G Why should they open their eyes and turn from darkness to light?
So that they might receive forgiveness of sins and a place among those who are
sanctified by faith in me. (26:18)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 18, what might they receive?
Forgiveness of sins. (26:18)

G Among whom might they receive a place?
Those who are sanctified by faith in me. (26:18)

G To what was Paul not disobedient?
The vision from heaven. (26:19)

G What vision was Paul not disobedient?
The vision from heaven. (26:19)

X Context question: 4 part answer: to whom was Paul not disobedient to the
vision?
Those in Damascus, Jerusalem, Judea, and the Gentiles. (26:19-20)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 20, what did Paul preach?
That they should repent and turn to God and prove their repentance by their
deeds. (26:20)

G To whom should they turn?
God. (26:20)

G By what should they prove their repentance?
Their deeds. (26:20)
G What should they prove by their deeds?
Their repentance. (26:20)

G Why did the Jews seize me in the temple courts?
I preached that they should repent and turn to God and prove their repentance
by their deeds. (26:20-21)

G Who seized me in the temple courts?
The Jews. (26:21)

G Where did the Jews seize me?
The temple courts. (26:21)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 21, what did the Jews try to do?
Kill me. (26:21)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 22, what has Paul had?
God‟s help. (26:22)

G What has Paul had to this very day?
God‟s help. (26:22)

G When has Paul had God‟s help?
To this very day. (26:22)

G To what does Paul stand and testify?
Small and great alike. (26:22)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 22, to what does Paul testify?
Small and great alike. (26:22)

G Beyond what is Paul saying nothing?
What the prophets and Moses said would happen. (26:22)

G What did the prophets and Moses say would happen?
That Christ would suffer and as the first to rise from the dead, would proclaim
light to his own people and to the Gentiles. (26:22-23)

G Who would suffer?
Christ. (26:23)

G Who was the first to rise from the dead?
Christ. (26:23)
G To whom would Christ proclaim light?
His own people and the Gentiles. (26:23)

G What did Festus do at this point?
Interrupted Paul‟s defense. (26:24)

G Who interrupted Paul‟s defense?
Festus. (26:24)

G Who is out of his mind?
Paul. (26:24)

G What is driving Paul insane?
His great learning. (26:24)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 25, what is Paul not?
Insane. (26:25)

G What is what Paul is saying?
True and reasonable. (26:25)

G What is true and reasonable?
What Paul is saying. (26:25)

G Who is familiar with these things?
The king. (26:26)

G To whom can Paul speak freely?
The king. (26:26)

G Why can Paul speak freely to the king?
He is familiar with these things. (26:26)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 26, what is Paul convinced?
None of this has escaped his noticed. (26:26)

G Why has none of this escaped his noticed?
Because it was not done in a corner. (26:26)

G Where was this not done?
A corner. (26:26)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 27, what does Paul know?
You believe the prophets. (26:27)
G Whom does king Agrippa believe?
The prophets. (26:27)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 28, what did Agrippa say to Paul?
“Do you think that in such a short time you can persuade me to be a Christian?”
(26:28)

A According to Acts chapter 26 verse 29, what does Paul pray?
Not only you but all who are listening to me today may become what I am.
(26:29)

G What does Paul pray all who are listening to him may become?
What he is. (26:29)

G Except for what may all who are listening to Paul become what he is?
These chains. (26:29)

G Who rose?
The king and with him the governor and Bernice and those sitting with them.
(26:30)

G What did they say while talking with one another?
This man is not doing anything that deserves death or imprisonment. (26:31)

G What did Agrippa say to Festus?
This man could have been set free if he had not appealed to Caesar. (26:32)

G When could this man have been set free?
If he had not appealed to Caesar. (26:32)

                                 Chapter 27

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 1, what was decided?
That we would sail for Italy. (27:1)

G For where was it decided that we would sail?
Italy. (27:1)

G Who were handed over to a centurion named Julius?
Paul and some other prisoners. (27:1)

G Who was named Julius?
A Centurion. (27:1)
G What was a centurion named?
Julius. (27:1)

G Who belonged to the Imperial Regiment?
Julius. (27:1)

G Over to whom were Paul and some other prisoners handed?
A centurion named Julius. (27:1)

G From where did we board a ship?
Adramyttium. (27:2)

G Where was the ship about to sail?
Ports along the coast of the province of Asia. (27:2)

G What was about to sail for ports along the coast of the province of Asia?
A ship from Adramyttium. (27:2)

G Who was a Macedonian from Thessalonica?
Aristarchus. (27:2)

G From where was Aristarchus?
Thessalonica. (27:2)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 2, who was with us?
Aristarchus. (27:2)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 3, where did we land?
Sidon. (27:3)

G What did Julius allow Paul to do?
Go to his friends. (27:3)

G Why did Julius allow Paul to go to his friends?
So they might provide for his needs. (27:3)

G Who might provide for Paul‟s needs?
His friends. (27:3)

G For what might Paul‟s friends provide?
His needs. (27:3)

G Who allowed Paul to go to his friends?
Julius. (27:3)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 4, to where did Paul pass?
The lee of Cyprus. (27:4)

G Why did we pass to the lee of Cyprus?
The winds were against us. (27:4)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 5, where had we sailed?
The open sea off the coast of Cilicia and Pamphylia. (27:5)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 5, where did we land?
Myra in Lycia. (27:5)

G What did the centurion find there?
An Alexandrian ship sailing for Italy. (27:6)

G Where was the Alexandrian ship sailing?
Italy. (27:6)

G What did we make for many days?
Slow headway. (27:7)

G Where did we have difficulty arriving?
Off Cnidus. (27:7)

G What did not allow us to hold our course?
The wind. (27:7)

G Where was the lee of Crete?
Opposite Salmone. (27:7)

G How did we move along the coast?
With great difficulty. (27:8)

G Where was a place called Fair Havens?
Near the town of Lasea. (27:8)

G What was the place called near the town of Lasea?
Fair Havens. (27:8)

G What had been lost?
Much time. (27:9)
G What had already become dangerous?
Sailing. (27:9)

G Why had sailing already become dangerous?
Because by now it was after the Fast. (27:9)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 10, what can I see?
That our voyage is going to be disastrous and bring great loss to ship and cargo
and to our own lives as well. (27:10)

G What is going to be disastrous?
Our voyage. (27:10)

X Context question: 3 part answer, To what is our voyage going to bring great
loss?
Ship, cargo and our own lives. (27:10)

G To what did the centurion not listen?
What Paul said. (27:11)

G Whose advice did the centurion follow?
The pilot and the owner of the ship. (27:11)

X Context question: 2 part question, to whom did the centurion not listen, and
whose advice did he follow?
Paul, pilot and owner of the ship. (27:11)

G What was unsuitable to winter in?
The harbor. (27:12)

G To what was the harbor unsuitable?
To winter in. (27:12)

G What did the majority decide?
That we should sail on. (27:12)

G Who decided that we should sail on?
The majority. (27:12)

G What did the majority hope?
That we should reach Phoenix and winter there. (27:12)

G What was Phoenix?
A harbor in Crete facing both southwest and northwest. (27:12)
G Where was Phoenix facing?
Both southwest and northwest. (27:12)

G What began to blow?
A gentle south wind. (27:13)

G When did they think they had obtained what they wanted?
When a gentle south wind began to blow. (27:13)

G When did they weigh anchor?
When a gentle south wind began to blow. (27:13)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 13, where did they sail?
Along the shore of Crete. (27:13)

G What was called the northeaster?
A wind of hurricane force. (27:14)

G What was a wind of hurricane force called?
The northeaster. (27:14)

G What swept down from the island?
A wind of hurricane force. (27:14)

G When did a wind of hurricane force sweep down from the island?
Before very long. (27:14)

G From where did a wind of hurricane force sweep down?
The island. (27:14)

G What was caught by the storm?
The ship. (27:15)

G What could not head into the wind?
The ship. (27:15)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 16, to where did we pass?
The lee of a small island called Cauda. (27:16)


G What were we hardly able to make secure?
The lifeboat. (27:16)
G Who had hoisted it aboard?
The men. (27:17)

G Under what did they pass ropes?
The ship itself. (27:17)

G Why did the pass ropes under the ship itself?
To hold it together. (27:17)

G What did they pass under the ship itself?
Ropes. (27:17)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 17, what did they fear?
They would run aground on the sandbars of Syrtis. (27:17)

G Why did they lower the sea anchor?
Fearing they would run aground on the sandbars of Syrtis. (27:17)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 18, what did we take?
A violent battering from the storm. (27:18)

G Why did they begin to throw the cargo overboard?
We took such a violent battering from the storm. (27:18)

G What did we throw overboard the next day?
The cargo. (27:18)

G When did we throw the cargo overboard?
The next day. (27:18)

G What did they throw overboard the third day?
The ship‟s tackle. (27:19)

G When did they throw the ship‟s tackle overboard?
The third day. (27:19)

G How did they throw the ship‟s tackle overboard?
With their bare hands. (27:19)

X Context question: 2 part question: what did we throw overboard the next day
and what did we throw overboard the third day?
The cargo; The ship‟s tackle. (27:19)

G What did not appear for many days?
Sun or stars. (27:20)

G What continued raging?
The storm. (27:20)

G When did we finally give up all hope of being saved?
When neither sun nor stars appeared for many days and the storm continued
raging. (27:20)

G What hope did we finally give up?
Of being saved. (27:20)

G Without what had the men gone a long time?
Food. (27:21)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 21, when did Paul stand up before them?
After the men had gone a long time without food. (27:21)

G What advice should you have taken?
Not to sail from Crete. (27:21)

G When would you have spared yourselves this damage and loss?
If you had taken Paul‟s advice not to sail from Crete. (27:21)

G What would you have spared yourselves if you had taken Paul‟s advice not to
sail from Crete?
This damage and loss. (27:21)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 22, what do I urge you?
Keep up your courage. (27:22)

G Why does Paul urge them to keep up their courage?
Because not one of you will be lost. (27:22)

G What will be destroyed?
Only the ship. (27:22)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 23, who stood beside me?
An angel of the God whose I am and whom I serve. (27:23)

G When did an angel of God stand beside Paul?
Last night. (27:23)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 23, whose is Paul?
God. (27:23)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 24, why do not be afraid?
You must stand trial before Caesar. (27:24)

G Before whom must you stand trial?
Caesar. (27:24)

G What has God graciously given you?
The lives of all who sail with you. (27:24)

G Who has given you the lives of all who sail with you?
God. (27:24)

G How has God given you the lives of all who sail with you?
Graciously. (27:24)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 25, why keep up your courage?
For I have faith in God that it will happen just as he told me. (27:25)

G In whom does Paul have faith?
God. (27:25)
G How does Paul have faith in God?
That it will happen just as he told me. (27:25)

G What must we do nevertheless?
Run aground on some island. (27:26)

G Where must we run aground?
Some island. (27:26)

G When were we still being driven across the Adriatic Sea?
On the fourteenth night. (27:27)

G Where were we on the fourteenth night?
Still being driven across the Adriatic Sea. (27:27)

G Which sea were we still being driven across?
The Adriatic. (27:27)

G When did the sailors sense they were approaching land?
About midnight on the fourteenth night. (27:27)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 28, what did they take?
Soundings. (27:28)

G What did they find when they took soundings?
That the water was a hundred and twenty feet deep. (27:28)

G How deep was the water when they took soundings?
A hundred and twenty feet. (27:28)

G How deep was it when they took soundings again?
Ninety feet. (27:28)

X Context question: 2 part question: How deep was it when they took soundings
and how deep was it when they took soundings again?
A hundred and twenty feet; ninety feet. (27:28)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 29, what did they fear?
They would be dashed against the rocks. (27:29)

G Against what would they be dashed?
The rocks. (27:29)

G Why did they drop four anchors from the stern?
Fearing they would be dashed against the rocks. (27:29)

G How many anchors did they drop from the stern?
Four. (27:29)

G From where did they drop four anchors?
The stern. (27:29)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 29, for what did they pray?
Daylight. (27:29)

G Who attempted to escape from the ship?
The sailors. (27:30)

G Who let the lifeboat down into the sea?
The sailors. (27:30)

G Why did the sailors let the lifeboat down into the sea?
In an attempt to escape from the ship. (27:30)

G What did the sailors pretend?
They were going to lower some anchors from the bow. (27:30)
G What did Paul say to the centurion and the soldiers?
Unless these men stay with the ship, you cannot be saved. (27:31)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 31, when can you not be saved?
Unless these men stay with the ship. (27:31)

G What did the soldiers cut?
The ropes that held the lifeboat. (27:32)

G Who cut the ropes that held the lifeboat?
The soldiers. (27:32)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 33, what did Paul urge them?
To eat. (27:33)

G How long have you been in constant suspense?
Fourteen days. (27:33)

X Context question: 2 part question: what have they done for fourteen days?
Been in constant suspense; gone without food. (27:33)

G How long have you been without food?
Fourteen days. (27:33)


A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 34, what does Paul urge you?
To take some food. (27:34)

G How do you need food?
To survive. (27:34)

G What do you need to survive?
Food. (27:34)

G What will not one of you lose?
A single hair from his head. (27:34)

G From where will not one of you lose a single hair?
His head. (27:34)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 35, what did he take in front of them all?
Some bread. (27:35)
G To whom did Paul give thanks?
God. (27:35)

G Who began to eat?
Paul. (27:35)

G When were they all encouraged?
When Paul took some bread, gave thanks and began to eat. (27:35-36)

G Who ate some food themselves?
All. (27:36)

G How many of us were on board?
276. (27:37)

G How much had they eaten?
As much as they wanted. (27:38)

G When did they lighten the ship by throwing the grain into the sea?
When they had eaten as much as they wanted. (27:38)

G How did they lighten the ship?
By throwing the grain into the sea. (27:38)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 38, what did they throw into the sea?
The grain. (27:38)


A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 39, what did they not recognize?
The land. (27:39)

G When did they not recognize the land?
When daylight came. (27:39)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 39, what did they see?
A bay with a sandy beach. (27:39)

G With what did they see a bay?
A sandy beach. (27:39)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 39, what did they decide?
To run the ship aground if they can. (27:39)

G What did they cut loose?
The anchors. (27:40)

G Where did they leave the anchors?
In the sea. (27:40)

G When did they untie the ropes that held the rudders?
At the same time. (27:40)

G What held the rudders?
The ropes. (27:40)

G What did they hoist?
The foresail. (27:40)

G To what did they hoist the foresail?
The wind. (27:40)

G What did the ship strike?
A sandbar. (27:41)

G What struck a sandbar?
The ship. (27:41)

G What stuck fast?
The bow. (27:41)

G What would not move?
The bow. (27:41)


G What was broken to pieces?
The stern. (27:41)

G By what was the stern broken to pieces?
The pounding of the surf. (27:41)

X Context question: 3 part answer, what happened when they made for the
beach?
The ship struck a sandbar and ran aground, the bow stuck fast and would not
move, the stern was broken to pieces by the pounding of the surf. (27:40-41)

G Whom did the soldiers plan to kill?
The prisoners. (27:42)
G Why did the soldiers plan to kill the prisoners?
To prevent any of them from swimming away and escaping. (27:42)

G Who planned to kill the prisoners?
The soldiers. (27:42)

G Whose life did the centurion want to spare?
Paul‟s. (27:43)

G Who wanted to spare Paul‟s life?
The centurion. (27:43)

G Who kept the soldiers from carrying out their plan?
The centurion. (27:43)

A According to Acts chapter 27 verse 43, what did the centurion order?
Those who could swim to jump overboard first and get to land. (27:43)

G Who were to jump overboard first?
Those who could swim. (27:43)

G How did the rest get to land?
On planks or pieces of the ship. (27:44)

G How did everyone reach land?
In safety. (27:44)

G Who reached land in safety?
Everyone. (27:44)

                           Chapter 28


A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 1, what did we find out?
The island was called Malta. (28:1)

G When did we find out that the island was called Malta?
Once safely on shore. (28:1)

G What was the island called?
Malta. (28:1)

G What was called Malta?
The island. (28:1)
G Who showed us unusual kindness?
The islanders. (28:2)

G What did the islanders show us?
Unusual kindness. (28:2)

G What did the islanders build?
A fire. (28:2)

G Who built a fire?
The islanders. (28:2)

G Who welcomed us all?
The islanders. (28:2)

G Why did the islanders build a fire and welcome us all?
Because it was raining and cold. (28:2)

G What did the islanders do because it was raining and cold?
Built a fire and welcomed us all. (28:2)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 2, what was it?
Raining and cold. (28:2)

G Who gathered a pile of brushwood?
Paul. (28:3)

G What did Paul gather?
A pile of brushwood. (28:3)

G What did Paul put on the fire?
A pile of brushwood. (28:3)


G What was driven out by the heat?
A viper. (28:3)

G By what was a viper driven out?
The heat. (28:3)

G On what did the viper fasten itself?
Paul‟s hand. (28:3)
G On whose hand did the viper fasten itself?
Paul‟s. (28:3)

G What fastened itself on Paul‟s hand?
The viper. (28:3)

G What did the islanders see?
The snake hanging from his hand. (28:4)

G Who saw the snake hanging from his hand?
The islanders. (28:4)

G What did the islanders say to each other
“This man must be a murderer; for though he escaped from the sea, justice has
not allowed him to live.” (28:4)

G Who must be a murderer?
This man. (28:4)

G Who escaped from the sea?
This man. (28:4)

G What has not allowed him to live?
Justice. (28:4)

G Who shook the snake off into the fire?
Paul. (28:5)

G What did Paul shake off into the fire?
The snake. (28:5)

G Into what did Paul shake the snake off?
The fire. (28:5)

G What did Paul suffer?
No ill effects. (28:5)

G What did the people expect?
His to swell up or suddenly fall dead. (28:6)

G Who expected him to swell up or suddenly fall dead?
The people. (28:6)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 6, what did they see?
Nothing unusual happen to him. (28:6)

G When did they change their minds?
After waiting a long time and seeing nothing unusual happen to him. (28:6)

G When did they see nothing unusual happen to him?
After waiting a long time. (28:6)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 6, what did they say?
He was a god. (28:6)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 7, what was there?
An estate nearby that belonged to Publius, the chief official of the island. (28:7)

G What was there nearby?
An estate that belonged to Publius, the chief official of the island. (28:7)

G Whose estate was nearby?
Publius. (28:7)

G Who was Publius?
The chief official of the island. (28:7)

G Who was the chief official of the island?
Publius. (28:7)

G Where did Publius welcome us?
His home. (28:7)

G How did Publius entertain us?
Hospitably. (28:7)

G How long did Publius entertain us?
For three days. (28:7)

G Who was sick in bed?
Publius‟ father. (28:8)


G From what was Publius‟ father suffering?
Fever and dysentery. (28:8)

G Who was suffering from fever and dysentery?
Publius‟ father. (28:8)
G Who went in to see Publius‟ father?
Paul. (28:8)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 8, who went in to see him?
Paul. (28:8)

G Who placed his hands on Publius‟ father?
Paul. (28:8)

G Who healed Publius‟ father?
Paul. (28:8)

G When did the rest of the sick on the island come and were cured?
When this had happened. (Publius‟ father was healed.) (28:9)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 9, who came?
The rest of the sick on the island. (28:9)

G Who were cured?
The rest of the sick on the island. (28:9)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 10, how did they honor us?
In many ways. (28:10)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 10, what were we?
Ready to sail. (28:10)

G How did they furnish us?
With the supplies we needed. (28:10)

G When did they furnish us with the supplies we needed?
When we were ready to sail. (28:10)

G When did we put out to sea in a ship that had wintered in the island?
After three months. (28:11)

G How did we put out to sea after three months?
In a ship that had wintered in the island. (28:11)


G In what did we put out to sea after three months?
A ship that had wintered in the island. (28:11)
G What had wintered in the island?
A ship. (28:11)

A What kind of ship was it?
An Alexandrian ship with the figurehead of the twin gods Castor and Pollux.
(28:11)

G With what figurehead was the Alexandrian ship?
Twin gods Castor and Pollux. (28:11)

G What were the twin gods?
Castor and Pollux. (28:11)

G What were Castor and Pollux?
The twin gods. (28:11)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 12, where did we put in?
Syracuse. (28:12)

G How long did we stay at Syracuse?
Three days. (28:12)

G Where did we stay three days?
Syracuse. (28:12)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 13, where did we arrive?
Rhegium. (28:13)

G What came up the next day?
The south wind. (28:13)

G When did the south wind come up?
The next day. (28:13)

G What did we reach on the following day?
Puteoli. (28:13)

G Whom did we find at Puteoli?
Some brothers. (28:14)

G How long did the brothers invite us to spend with them?
A week. (28:14)
A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 14, where did we come?
Rome. (28:14)

G Who heard that we were coming?
The brothers at Rome. (28:15)

G What did the brothers at Rome hear?
That we were coming. (28:15)

G How far did the brothers at Rome travel to meet us?
As far as the Forum of Appius and the three taverns. (28:15)

G Who traveled as far as the Forum of Appius and the three taverns to meet us?
The brothers at Rome. (28:15)

G Why did the brothers at Rome travel as far as the Forum of Appius and the
three taverns?
To meet us. (28:15)

G When did Paul thank God?
At the sight of these men. (28:15)

G Who thanked God at the sight of these men?
Paul. (28:15)

G Whom did Paul thank at the sight of these men?
God. (28:15)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 15, what was Paul?
Encouraged. (28:15)

G When was Paul allowed to live by himself with a soldier to guard him?
When we got to Rome. (28:16)

G Who was allowed to live by himself with a soldier to guard him?
Paul. (28:16)

G How was Paul allowed to live?
By himself with a soldier to guard him. (28:16)

G Whom did Paul call together three days later?
The leaders of the Jews. (28:17)

G When did Paul call the leaders of the Jews together?
Three days later. (28:17)

G What did Paul say when they had assembled?
"My brothers, although I have done nothing against our people or against the
customs of our ancestors, I was arrested in Jerusalem and handed over to the
Romans.” (28:17)

X Context question: 2 part question: In Acts chapter 28, Against whom has Paul
done nothing wrong?
Our people or the customs of our ancestors. (28:17)

G Where was Paul arrested?
Jerusalem. (28:17)

G Who was arrested in Jerusalem?
Paul. (28:17)

G To whom was Paul handed over?
The Romans. (28:17)

G Who examined Paul?
The Romans. (28:18)

G Who wanted to release Paul?
The Romans. (28:18)

G Why did the Romans want to release Paul?
Because he was not guilty of any crime deserving death. (28:18)

G Who was not guilty of any crime deserving death?
Paul. (28:18)

G Of what was Paul not guilty?
Any crime deserving death. (28:18)

G Who objected?
The Jews. (28:19)

G What was Paul compelled to do?
Appeal to Caesar. (28:19)

G To whom was Paul compelled to appeal?
Caesar. (28:19)
G Against whom did Paul not have any charge to bring?
Caesar. (28:19)

G Why is Paul bound with this chain?
Because of the hope of Israel. (28:20)

G With what was Paul bound?
This chain. (28:20)

G What have we not received?
Any letters from Judea concerning you. (28:21)

G From where have we not received any letters?
Judea. (28:21)

G Who have not reported or said anything bad about you?
None of the brothers who have come from Judea. (28:21)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 22, what do we want to hear?
What your views are. (28:22)

G Why do we want to hear what your views are?
We know that people everywhere are talking against this sect. (28:22)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 22, what do we know?
People everywhere are talking against this sect. (28:22)

G Who are talking against this sect?
People everywhere. (28:22)

G Against what are people everywhere talking?
This sect. (28:22)

G When did they arrange to meet Paul?
On a certain day. (28:23)

G Whom did they arrange to meet on a certain day?
Paul. (28:23)

G How did they come to the place where Paul was staying?
In even larger numbers. (28:23)

G Where did they come in even larger numbers?
To the place where he was staying. (28:23)
G What did Paul explain from morning till evening?
The kingdom of God. (28:23)

G About whom did they try to convince them?
Jesus. (28:23)


G From what did they try to convince them about Jesus?
The law of Moses and the prophets. (28:23)

G Who were convinced by what he said?
Some. (28:24)

G By what were some convinced?
What Paul said. (28:24)

G Who would not believe?
Others. (28:24)

G Among whom did they disagree?
Themselves. (28:25)

G When did they begin to leave?
After Paul had made this final statement. (28:25)

G What final statement did Paul make?
"The Holy Spirit spoke the truth to your forefathers when he said through Isaiah
the prophet” (28:25)

G Who spoke the truth to your forefathers?
The Holy Spirit. (28:25)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 25, who was the prophet?
Isaiah. (28:25)

G What go to this people and say?
“You will be ever hearing but never understanding; you will be ever seeing but
never perceiving.” (28:26)

X Context question 4 part answer, what will you ever be and what will you never
be?
“You will be ever hearing but never understanding; you will be ever seeing but
never perceiving.” (28:26)
G What has become calloused?
The people‟s heart. (28:27)

G What has this people‟s heart become?
Calloused. (28:27)

G With what do they hardly hear?
Their ears. (28:27)


G What have they closed?
Their eyes. (28:27)

G With what might they see otherwise?
Eyes. (28:27)

G With what might they hear otherwise?
Their ears. (28:27)

A According to Acts chapter 28 verse 28, what do I want you to know?
That God‟s salvation has been sent to the Gentiles. (28:28)

G What has been sent to the Gentiles?
God‟s salvation. (28:28)

G Where has God‟s salvation been sent?
The Gentiles. (28:28)

G How long did Paul stay in his own rented house?
Two whole years. (28:30)

G Where did Paul stay for two whole years?
His own rented house. (28:30)

G Whom did Paul welcome?
All who came to see him. (28:30)

G How did Paul preach the kingdom of God?
Boldly and without hindrance. (28:31)

G What did Paul preach boldly and without hindrance?
The kingdom of God. (28:31)
G About whom did Paul teach?
The Lord Jesus Christ. (28:31)

				
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