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Bible Quiz: Love God with all your heart and soul

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1) Which did Jesus say was the most important of all God's commandments?

Love God with all your heart and soul.

Love your neighbor as yourself.

Do not murder.

Honor your father and mother.

2) According to Jesus, which is the best way to approach God and express our love?

With confidence that God will answer our prayers

With confidence that we are saved by being Christians

With humble faith and trust, like a child

With fear of God's wrath

3) According to Jesus, which of these is NOT not a characteristic of those who truly love God?





4) Which of these is NOT one of Jesus' teachings about love for God the Father?

God loves everyone in the world and wants them to love Him also.

Always pray and don't give up.

Above all else, observe the letter of the law in religious matters.

If we love God, we will obey His commands.

5) True or False? Jesus said that anyone who simply acknowledges Him as Lord and Savior will find favor with God.



6) Fill in the blank. "Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you _______."


eternal life


a home in my Father's mansion

7) True or false? God will love a sinner who repents (turns away from sin and back to God) as much as He loves a person who has been faithful all his or her life.



8) True or False? Jesus taught that we must forgive those persons who have sinned against us, or else our own sins will not be forgiven by God.



9) True or False? Jesus, himself, taught that he was the divine Son of God.



10) Which of these is NOT one of Jesus' teachings about wealth and money?

You cannot serve both God and money.

Do not enter the temple to worship until all your debts have been paid.

Do not store up treasures on earth, where they may be destroyed, and where thieves may steal.

Seek God's kingdom first; and you will provided with the material things you need.

11) Which of these is NOT one of Jesus' teachings about prayer?

We should address God as "our Father."

We should ask for forgiveness of our sins, but only if we also forgive those who sin against us.

We should pray in public so others can hear and appreciate our prayers.

We should pray for God's will to be done on earth.