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*unfoldingWord® Open Bible Stories Study Questions*
*Copyright © 2019 by unfoldingWord*
*Copyright © 2020 by unfoldingWord*
This work is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA). To view a copy of this license, visit [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA.

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1. What were the meanings of the new names that God gave to Abram and Sarai?
Abraham means **_father of many_** and Sarah means **_princess_** (See: [05:04](05/04)).
Abraham means ‘father of many’ and Sarah means ‘princess’ (See: [05:04](05/04)).
1. How old were Abraham and Sarah when Isaac was born?

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1. What did God tell Moses his name was?
God said he was **Yahweh**, which means **_I AM WHO I AM_**. That means God always exists and does not depend on anyone else. He also said he was **the God of your ancestors Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob**. That means he is the same God that they worshiped hundreds of years before Moses. And he is the same God who made a lasting covenant with them.
God said he was **Yahweh**, which means ‘I AM WHO I AM.’ That means God always exists and does not depend on anyone else. He also said he was **the God of your ancestors Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob**. That means he is the same God that they worshiped hundreds of years before Moses. And he is the same God who made a lasting covenant with them.
1. How did Moses respond when God told him to go to Pharaoh?

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1. What does the name **Jesus** mean?
It means **_Yahweh saves_** (See: [23:02](23/02)).
It means ‘Yahweh saves’ (See: [23:02](23/02)).
1. How long did Mary remain a virgin?

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1. Why did Jesus talk to the young man about being perfect?
The young man wrongly thought he could be **_good enough_** to have eternal life. Jesus wanted him to know that he had to be perfect—that is, without any sin—in order to have eternal life. He could not keep God’s law perfectly. The only way for him to be perfect was to follow Jesus and trust that Jesus would save him from his sin.
The young man wrongly thought he could be ‘good enough’ to have eternal life. Jesus wanted him to know that he had to be perfect—that is, without any sin—in order to have eternal life. He could not keep God’s law perfectly. The only way for him to be perfect was to follow Jesus and trust that Jesus would save him from his sin.
1. If the young man wanted to have eternal life, why was he not willing to give up his possessions?

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He was talking about the kingdom of God (See: [34:01](34/01)).
1. What did Jesus say the mustard seed was like?
1. How did Jesus discribe the mustard seed?
The mustard seed was the smallest of all the seeds that people planted at that time (See: [34:01](34/01)).

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1. How did the Jewish leaders react when Jesus said he was the Messiah and the Son of God?
They all became angry and shouted that Jesus deserved to die. They blindfolded him, spit on his, hit him, and mocked him (See: [39:05](39/05)).
They all became angry and shouted that Jesus deserved to die. They blindfolded him, spit on him, hit him, and mocked him (See: [39:05](39/05)).
1. What did Peter say when people outside the high priest’s house said he had been with Jesus?
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1. Why do you think God allowed Jesus to be falsely accused and condemned?
God knows that people will do evil things, and causes them to do his will. Jesus needed to die so God could forgive sinners. So God allowed the Jewish leaders and the Romans to convict Jesus even though they knew he was innocent. Evil actions do not stop God’s plan or his will from happening.
God knows that our fallen nature causes us to sin. His Holy Spirit enables people to do his will. By dying, Jesus took the place of sinners, accepting God's judgment of sin on himself, even though he was without sin. Paying the penalty for our sin, he made it possible for God to forgive sinners. So God allowed the Jewish leaders and the Romans to convict Jesus even though they knew he was innocent. Evil actions do not stop God’s plan or his will from happening.
## Summary

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