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Quiz – What Does the Bible Say About Gethsemane

Quiz - What Does the Bible Say About Gethsemane

15 Multiple choice questions ( with 4 Possible Answers) on the topic What Does the Bible Say About Gethsemane

  1. What did Jesus do when he went to Gethsemane?
    A. Pray
    B. Weep
    C. Sleep
    D. Give a sermon
  2. What did Jesus ask his disciples to do when he went to Gethsemane?
    A. Pray
    B. Weep
    C. Sleep
    D. Give a sermon
  3. What did Jesus ask God to do in Gethsemane?
    A. Save him
    B. Strengthen him
    C. Take away the cup
    D. All of the above
  4. What did an angel do when Jesus was in Gethsemane?
    A. Comforted him
    B. Warned him
    C. Told him to leave
    D. Strengthened him
  5. What did Jesus’ disciples do while he was in Gethsemane?
    A. Prayed
    B. Wept
    C. Slept
    D. Talked
  6. What did Jesus tell his disciples about Gethsemane?
    A. It was a garden of sorrow
    B. It was a place of comfort
    C. It was a place of joy
    D. It was a place of peace
  7. What did Jesus say would happen if his disciples stayed awake in Gethsemane?
    A. They would be blessed
    B. They would be protected
    C. They would be strengthened
    D. They would be tempted
  8. How did Jesus feel about His approaching death in Gethsemane?
    A. He was excited
    B. He was anxious
    C. He was afraid
    D. He was happy
  9. What did Jesus ask his disciples to do in Gethsemane?
    A. Pray
    B. Weep
    C. Sleep
    D. Sing
  10. What did Jesus ask God to do in Gethsemane?
    A. Save him
    B. Strengthen him
    C. Take away the cup
    D. Restore his strength
  11. What did Jesus tell his disciples about Gethsemane?
    A. It was a place of suffering
    B. It was a place of comfort
    C. It was a place of joy
    D. It was a place of peace
  12. What did Jesus say would happen if his disciples stayed awake in Gethsemane?
    A. They would be blessed
    B. They would be protected
    C. They would be strengthened
    D. They would be tempted
  13. How did Jesus feel about His approaching death in Gethsemane?
    A. He was excited
    B. He was anxious
    C. He was afraid
    D. He was happy
  14. What did Jesus do after praying in Gethsemane?
    A. He went to the cross
    B. He went to sleep
    C. He went to the disciples
    D. He left the garden
  15. What did Jesus say would happen if his disciples stayed awake in Gethsemane?
    A. They would be blessed
    B. They would be protected
    C. They would be strengthened
    D. They would be tempted

Answers for Above Questions with Description

  1. A. Pray – Jesus went to Gethsemane to pray.
  2. A. Pray – Jesus asked his disciples to pray while he prayed.
  3. D. All of the Above – Jesus asked God to save him, strengthen him, and take away the cup.
  4. A. Comforted him – An angel appeared to comfort Jesus in Gethsemane.
  5. C. Slept – Jesus’ disciples fell asleep while he was in Gethsemane.
  6. A. It was a garden of sorrow – Jesus described Gethsemane as a garden of sorrow.
  7. D. They would be tempted – Jesus said that if his disciples stayed awake in Gethsemane, they would be tempted.
  8. C. He was afraid – Jesus was afraid of his approaching death.
  9. A. Pray – Jesus asked his disciples to pray while he prayed.
  10. C. Take away the cup – Jesus asked God to take away the cup.
  11. A. It was a place of suffering – Jesus described Gethsemane as a place of suffering.
  12. C. They would be strengthened – Jesus said that if his disciples stayed awake in Gethsemane, they would be strengthened.
  13. B. He was anxious – Jesus was anxious about his approaching death.
  14. A. He went to the cross – After praying in Gethsemane, Jesus went to the cross.
  15. D. They would be tempted – Jesus said that if his disciples stayed awake in Gethsemane, they would be tempted.

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