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Character by Character

Lesson 1: Matthew




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1. What was Matthew’s occupation?

    a) Carpenter.

    b) Fisherman.

    c) Tax collector.

2. What does Matthew’s Gospel especially emphasize?

    a) The humanity of Jesus.

    b) That Jesus was the Messiah.

3. What did tax collectors become known as?

    a) The Roman lackeys.

    b) The hated breed.

    c) The wicked sinners.

4. After committing himself to Christ, Matthew shunned his fellow tax collectors and friends.

    a) True.

    b) False

5. How did Matthew show his evangelistic concern for his friends?

    a) He invited them to a feast at his home so that he could introduce them to Jesus.

    b) He travelled widely throughout Israel sharing the Good News.

6. What is the key aspect of discipleship?

    a) A willingness to die for your faith.

    b) Much study of the Scriptures.

    c) Spending time with Jesus.

7. Matthew especially wrote about the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven.

    a) True.

    b) False.

8. Matthew did not record any of the parables Jesus taught.

    a) True.

    b) False.

9. After the resurrection of Jesus, there was no further hostility against the disciples in Jerusalem.

    a) True.

    b) False.

10. Matthew shows us that when Christ’s call comes to our hearts we should obey with a glad and immediate response.

    a) True.

    b) False.

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