3RD TERM FIRST FORM ORDER TEST CLASS JS2 CRS

3RD TERM FIRST FORM ORDER TEST

CLASS JS2

CRS

  1. Narrate the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem

  2. Explain briefly how Jesus improved upon the following law

a. Revenge. b. Adultery. c. Prayer

 

JS2 CRS Test: Understanding Jesus’ Teachings

  1. Triumphant Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem:
    • Jesus entered Jerusalem riding on a donkey, fulfilling the prophecy in Zechariah 9:9.
    • The people laid palm branches and their cloaks on the road, shouting “Hosanna” and “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!”
    • This event symbolized Jesus’ kingship and the anticipation of the people for their Messiah.
  2. Jesus’ Improvement on Laws:
    • Revenge: Jesus taught to turn the other cheek instead of seeking revenge, as stated in Matthew 5:38-39. He emphasized forgiveness and reconciliation.
    • Adultery: Jesus emphasized the importance of purity of heart, stating that even looking at someone with lust is adultery in the heart (Matthew 5:27-28). He elevated the moral standard beyond mere external actions to internal intentions.
    • Prayer: Jesus taught his disciples the Lord’s Prayer (Matthew 6:9-13), which emphasized addressing God as Father, seeking His will, forgiveness, and protection from evil.

These teachings reflect Jesus’ emphasis on love, mercy, and spiritual transformation over legalistic adherence to rules. 🕊️📖

Evaluation
  1. Jesus entered Jerusalem riding on a __________. a) Horse b) Donkey c) Camel d) Elephant
  2. People laid __________ on the road as Jesus entered Jerusalem. a) Coins b) Palm branches c) Stones d) Flowers
  3. The people shouted “Hosanna” and “Blessed is he who comes in the __________ of the Lord!” a) Power b) Glory c) Name d) Light
  4. Jesus taught to turn the __________ cheek instead of seeking revenge. a) Left b) Right c) Both d) Neither
  5. According to Jesus, even looking at someone with __________ is considered adultery in the heart. a) Love b) Lust c) Anger d) Joy
  6. Jesus emphasized the importance of purity of __________. a) Mind b) Heart c) Body d) Soul
  7. The Lord’s Prayer emphasizes addressing God as __________. a) King b) Father c) Master d) Judge
  8. Jesus taught his disciples to seek God’s __________ in prayer. a) Will b) Money c) Fame d) Power
  9. According to Jesus, forgiveness is important in __________. a) Relationships b) Business c) Sports d) Entertainment
  10. Revenge was replaced by __________ in Jesus’ teachings. a) Love b) Forgiveness c) Anger d) Retaliation
  11. Jesus elevated the moral standard beyond __________ actions to internal intentions. a) External b) Internal c) Physical d) Visible
  12. Jesus emphasized __________ over legalistic adherence to rules. a) Love b) Mercy c) Obedience d) Punishment
  13. According to Jesus, seeking God’s __________ is essential in prayer. a) Will b) Money c) Power d) Fame
  14. The people in Jerusalem hailed Jesus as the __________. a) King b) Prophet c) Priest d) Servant
  15. The event of Jesus entering Jerusalem symbolized his __________. a) Kingship b) Priesthood c) Servanthood d) Prophet-hood

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Class Activity Discussion

  1. What is the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem?
    • It’s when Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, and people welcomed him with palm branches and shouts of joy.
  2. Why did people lay palm branches on the road?
    • They laid palm branches to honor Jesus as he entered Jerusalem, just like a king.
  3. What did the people shout as Jesus entered Jerusalem?
    • They shouted “Hosanna” and “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!”
  4. How did Jesus improve upon the law of revenge?
    • Instead of seeking revenge, Jesus taught to turn the other cheek and forgive.
  5. What did Jesus say about adultery?
    • Jesus said that even looking at someone with lust is considered adultery in the heart.
  6. Why did Jesus emphasize purity of heart?
    • Jesus wanted people to have clean and pure thoughts, not just actions.
  7. What is the Lord’s Prayer?
    • It’s a prayer that Jesus taught his disciples, emphasizing God as Father and seeking His will.
  8. What does the Lord’s Prayer teach us to seek from God?
    • It teaches us to seek God’s will, forgiveness, and protection.
  9. Why did Jesus teach about forgiveness in prayer?
    • Jesus emphasized forgiveness because it’s important in relationships and with God.
  10. How did Jesus replace revenge in his teachings?
    • Jesus replaced revenge with love and forgiveness.
  11. What did Jesus focus on beyond external actions?
    • Jesus focused on internal intentions, like having a pure heart.
  12. Why did Jesus emphasize love and mercy over strict rules?
    • Jesus wanted people to prioritize love and mercy in their actions, not just following rules.
  13. Why did people hail Jesus as the King in Jerusalem?
    • They hailed him as King because they believed he was the promised Messiah.
  14. What did the triumphant entry symbolize about Jesus?
    • It symbolized Jesus’ kingship and the fulfillment of prophecy.
  15. Why did Jesus enter Jerusalem on a donkey?
    • He did it to fulfill the prophecy in Zechariah 9:9 and to show humility.

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