Quiz `12 – Love
Test your knowledge of Scripture’s teachings on love with this engaging quiz. Dive deeper into God’s Word!
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1. According to Romans 12:9, how should our love be?
9.Let love be without any pretence. Avoid what is evil; stick to what is good.
10.In brotherly love let your feelings of deep affection for one another come to expression and regard others as more important than yourself.
11.In the service of the Lord, work not halfheartedly but with conscientiousness and an eager spirit.
12.Be joyful in hope, persevere in hardship; keep praying regularly;
13.share with any of God’s holy people who are in need; look for opportunities to be hospitable.
14.Bless your persecutors; never curse them, bless them.
15.Rejoice with others when they rejoice, and be sad with those in sorrow.
16.Give the same consideration to all others alike. Pay no regard to social standing, but meet humble people on their own terms. Do not congratulate yourself on your own wisdom.
17.Never pay back evil with evil, but bear in mind the ideals that all regard with respect.
18.As much as possible, and to the utmost of your ability, be at peace with everyone.
19.Never try to get revenge: leave that, my dear friends, to the Retribution. As scripture says: Vengeance is mine — I will pay them back, the Lord promises.
20.And more: If your enemy is hungry, give him something to eat; if thirsty, something to drink. By this, you will be heaping red-hot coals on his head.
21.Do not be mastered by evil, but master evil with good.
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2. In 1 Corinthians 13, what is the first attribute of love that the Apostle Paul lists?
2.And though I have the power of prophecy, to penetrate all mysteries and knowledge, and though I have all the faith necessary to move mountains — if I am without love, I am nothing.
3.Though I should give away to the poor all that I possess, and even give up my body to be burned — if I am without love, it will do me no good whatever.
4.Love is always patient and kind; love is never jealous; love is not boastful or conceited,
5.it is never rude and never seeks its own advantage, it does not take offence or store up grievances.
6.Love does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but finds its joy in the truth.
7.It is always ready to make allowances, to trust, to hope and to endure whatever comes.
8.Love never comes to an end. But if there are prophecies, they will be done away with; if tongues, they will fall silent; and if knowledge, it will be done away with.
9.For we know only imperfectly, and we prophesy imperfectly;
10.but once perfection comes, all imperfect things will be done away with.
11.When I was a child, I used to talk like a child, and see things as a child does, and think like a child; but now that I have become an adult, I have finished with all childish ways.
12.Now we see only reflections in a mirror, mere riddles, but then we shall be seeing face to face. Now I can know only imperfectly; but then I shall know just as fully as I am myself known.
13.As it is, these remain: faith, hope and love, the three of them; and the greatest of them is love.
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3. In Ephesians, what is the first instruction the Apostle Paul gives to husbands about how they should love their wives?
25.Husbands should love their wives, just as Christ loved the Church and sacrificed himself for her
26.to make her holy by washing her in cleansing water with a form of words,
27.so that when he took the Church to himself she would be glorious, with no speck or wrinkle or anything like that, but holy and faultless.
28.In the same way, husbands must love their wives as they love their own bodies; for a man to love his wife is for him to love himself.
29.A man never hates his own body, but he feeds it and looks after it; and that is the way Christ treats the Church,
30.because we are parts of his Body.
31.This is why a man leaves his father and mother and becomes attached to his wife, and the two become one flesh.
32.This mystery has great significance, but I am applying it to Christ and the Church.
33.To sum up: you also, each one of you, must love his wife as he loves himself; and let every wife respect her husband.
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