Q: “A house divided among itself cannot stand” is a common expression… found in Matthew 12:25. According to scripture Jesus used the phrase just after curing a demon-possessed man who was blind and mute. Some people, however, were indignant about the healing. To whom was Jesus speaking when he used the phrase “every city or household divided against itself will not stand?
A: The Pharisees
Q: “In the twinkling of an eye” is a common expression that appears in one of the New Testament books Paul is credited with writing. Which book is it?
A: 1 Corinthians
Q: “Blessed are the peacemakers” is a common expression used by Jesus in Matthew 5:9. What wat the occasion in which he used the term?
A: Sermon on the Mount
Q: “Lamb to the Slaughter” is a common expression that appears in an Old Testament book written by one of the major Prophets. What is the name of the book?
Q: Another common saying that comes from the Bible is “it’s better to give than to receive,” as per Acts 20:35. It is written by Luke and the passage quotes Paul as using the common expression but in the same passage who does Paul say originally used the expression?