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Encourage children to learn some fun facts about men of the Old Testament. Use this short worksheet to introduce your children or class to a few of the men in the Old Testament, who they were, and what they did. As your children read the Scripture verses and answer the question, “Who Am I,” discuss with them facts about each man, such as his purpose and his character. If desired add additional questions along with Scripture references to introduce other men in the Old Testament for extended learning.

This facts sheet can be used as an addition to any home school curriculum, Sunday school curriculum, or Christian school curriculum.

For additional activities, use these questions to play a family game of trivia. Serve popcorn and enjoy!

Ages: 8-12

What you Need:

NET Bible or computer with access to download the NET Bible version

Questions:

1. We were the twelve disciples. Who were we? (Luke 6:13-16)

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2. My voice was taken away until my son John was born. Who am I? (Luke 1:18-20 )

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3. I baptized Jesus in the Jordan River. Who am I? (Matthew 3:13)

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4. I was the chief tax collector in Jericho who climbed up in a Sycamore tree to see Jesus. Who am I? (Luke 19:1-5)

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5. I was a follower of Jesus, but I am not one of the twelve disciples. Who am I? (Mark 2:13-15)

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6. I was stoned to death for my belief in Jesus. Who am I? (Acts 7:59-60)

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7. I was the husband of Mary the mother of Jesus. Who am I? (Luke 2:1-7)

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8. I was in prison with Paul praying and singing praise to God. Who am I? (Acts 16:25)

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9. I was the king who sent wise men to find Jesus. Who am I? (Luke 2:7-8)

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10. I was the governor who made the decision to have Jesus crucified. Who am I? (Luke 23:20-25)

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11. I was with Paul in Antioch for one year teaching people about Jesus. Who am I? (Acts 11:26 )

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12. I sold a piece of property and kept part of the proceeds for myself. Who am I? (Acts 5:1-4)

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13. I was a Pharisee and member of the ruling council who ask Jesus how to be born again. Who am I? (John 3:1-4)

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14. I was the high priest of the Sanhedrin. Who am I? (Matthew 26:57-59)

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15. I was the disciple who denied that I knew Jesus. Who am I? (Matthew 26:69-75)

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16. I was the disciple who betrayed Jesus. Who am I? (Matthew 26:14-16)

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17. I was the disciple that did not believe in the resurrection of Jesus. Who am I? (John 20:26-29)

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18. I wrote a letter to the seven churches while I was on the island of Patmos. Who am I? Revelation 1:9-11)

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19. I was a Jew married to Priscilla who Paul found in Corinth. Who am I? (Acts 18:1-2)

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20. We were sent out from the church at Antioch to tell people about Jesus. Who were we? (Acts 13:1-3)

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Answers:

Peter, Judas Iscarot, Zechariah, Simon/Peter, Barnabas, James son of Zebedee, Paul, Bartholomew, Stephen, Silas, Pilate, Andrew, James son of Alphaeus, Matthew, John the Baptist, Philip, Thomas, Aquila, Joseph, Herod, John, Judas son of James, Thomas, Ananias, Caiaphas, Judas Iscarot, Barnabas, Zacchaeus, Levi, Nicodemus, John, Simon the Zealot

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