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The Bible is proven reliable again and again - this time by
the fulfillment of prophecy.  The prophecy below was
fulfilled in Jesus Christ. (The Bible has other prophecy
relating to all kinds of things...it is very interesting to study!)

Quick Quiz

Choose your answers from:
a) Genesis   b) Psalms  c) Isaiah
d) Jeremiah  e) Micah    f) Zechariah

Who said:
1) Jesus would be born of a Virgin? (Matthew 1:18-25)

2) Of the tribe of Judah? (Luke 3:23,33)

3) Descended from Jesse? (Luke 3:32)

4) Of the house of David? (Luke 3:31)

5) Born in Bethlehem? (Matthew 2:1)

6) Preceded by a messenger? (Matthew 3:1-2)

7) Enter Jerusalem on a donkey? (Luke 19:35-37)

8) Betrayed by a friend? (Matthew 26:48-50)

9) Betrayed for 30 pieces of silver? (Matthew 26:15)

10) Silent before His accusers? (Matthew 27:12)

11) Hands and feet pierced? (Luke 23:33. John 20:25)

12) Crucified with thieves? (Matthew 27:38)

13) Interceded for His persecutors? (Luke 23:34)

14) Garments parted? (John 19:23)

15) Lots cast for garments? (John 19:24)

16) Gall and vinegar offered to Him? (Matthew 27:34)

17) His bones were not broken? (John 19:33)

18) His side was pierced? (John 19:34)

19) He was buried with the rich? (Matthew 27:57-60)

20) His resurrection? (Acts 2:31)

Quiz from: "Don't check your brains at the door" by Josh McDowell and
Bob Hostetler 1992 pg 68-69

Answers: 1. C (Isaiah 7:14) 2. A (Genesis 49:10) 3. C (Isaiah 11:1) 4. D
(Jeremiah 23:5) 5. E (Micah 5:2) 6. C (Isaiah 40:3) 7. F (Zechariah 9:9) 8. B
(Psalm 41:9) 9. F (Zechariah 11:12) 10. C (Isaiah 53:7) 11. B (Psalm 22:16)
12. C (Isaiah 53:12) 13. C (Isaiah 53:12) 14. B (Psalm 22:18) 15. B (Psalm
22:18) 16. B (Psalm 69:21) 17. B (Psalm 34:20) 18. F (Zechariah 12:10) 19.
C (Isaiah 53:9) 20. B (Psalm 16:10)
It is time to make a prediction!

Supplies: Aluminum pie pan, scissors, and a marble.

Instructions: Cut your pie pan to look like the hungry PAC-MAN below
(cut the purple part out of the pan). Now make a prediction.  If you roll a

Will the marble go left, straight, or right?  Lock in your answer by telling
your partner.  Now roll the marble and watch what happens.  Were you
right?  If so you are one smart scientist!  

Explanation: Newton's first law of motion helps us understand why it
rolled that direction. The ball traveled in a certain direction because of
the wall...once that wall was removed it was free to continue in that
direction.  (the wall was exerting a force causing it to go in a circle..but it
didn't really want to!)

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amazing!   Adam Thornton Copyright 2011 ScienceSplat.com  
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