Smith speaks about jesus sending out the seventy two

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27.Smith speaks about Jesus sending out the "seventy-[two]". The reason hewrites "two" between square brackets is that there is considerable uncertaintywhether Jesus sent out 70 or 72 people. a.Trueb.False 28.Jesus said, "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." According to Smith,what did he mean? 29.In preaching from the Parable of the Good Samaritan, Pastor Yu explains thatthe man was travelling east (from Jerusalem to Jericho). In scripture, he says,travelling east symbolises moving away from God. The man fell into the handsof robbers, who represent Satan and his principalities and power (Eph. 6:10- 12). When the Samaritan man came to help the badly beaten traveller, he poured oil and wine on his wounds. In scripture, both oil and wine are symbols of the Holy Spirit. In reality, the Samaritan ministered the healing power of the Holy Spirit to the man. Which assessment of Pastor Yu's interpretation is correct? 26
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30. Using the NIV translation, compare Luke 11:1-13 with the corresponding teachings in Matthew 6:5-15 and 7:7-11. Which statements below accurately describe differences between the Matthean and Lucan passages? (There is more than one correct answer.) a. Luke, using Matthew as his source material, has abbreviated Matthew's longer version of the Lord's prayer, and set it in a new context. b. In Matthew's version of the Lord's Prayer, God is addressed as "Our Father in heaven", but in Luke he is simply called "Our Father". c. Although Luke has "each day" where Matthew has "today", the meaning is the same. d. Luke omits the following phrases that Matthew includes: "in heaven", "your will be done on earth as it is in heaven", and "but deliver us from the evil one". e. In the sentence starting "Forgive us …", there is an important change in the tense of one of the verbs. f. There is nothing anywhere in Luke's gospel corresponding to Matthew 6:14-15. g. To illustrate the principle that God is eager to give his children good gifts, both Matthew and Luke give two examples of earthly fathers giving good gifts to their children. One of the examples is the same in both gospels, and the other different.
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