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1.            Prior to the day of Pentecost, members that constituted the early church were               (a) 120 (b) 1,200 (c) 3000 (d) 4000.

2.            On the day of Pentecost, the Apostles were filled with the Holy Spirit and they all (a) prophesied (b) spoke in tongues (c) baptized the converts (d) preached to the multitudes.

3.            ___________yet the most high does not dwell in houses made with hands_____”

Stephen statements means; God is (a) Omnipotent (b) Omnipresent (c) Alpha                    (d) Omega.  

4.            On the day of ascension, Jesus promised his disciples (a) peace in the kingdom of God (b) amazing grace (c) power of the Holy Ghost (d) His abiding physical presence.

5.            Saul was converted on his journey to (a) Samaria (b) Jerusalem (c) Salamis                        (d) Damascus.

6.            The descent of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost was prophesied by (a) Amos (b) Joel (c) David (d) Ezekiel.

7.            When Peter was in prison the church (a) appealed to the authorities (b) lived in fear (c) prayed ceaselessly (d) fought for his release.

8.            Which of the following did not take place on the day of Pentecost? (a) Tongues of fire rested on each disciple’s head (b) The Holy Spirit said “Set apart Paul and Barnabas” (c) A mighty wind came from heaven. (d) Different tongues were spoken.

9.            The coming of the Holy Spirit on the Samaritan by the laying on of hands means that.(a) God is Wonderful (b) God is no respecter of races (c) God can give the Holy Spirit in different ways (d) the Holy Spirit is for all races.

10.          After the resurrection, Jesus made several appearances for a period of________before his Ascension. (a)40 days (b) 7 weeks (c) 4 weeks (d) 30 days

11.          Jesus gave the apostles the _________to evangelize the whole world. (a) Great Commandment (b) Great Commission (c) order (d) Great Authority

12.          The promise of the Father was (a) baptism with water (b) baptism with water and the Holy Spirit (c) the coming of the Holy Spirit (d) the Great Commission.

13.          The feast of Pentecost was held _______________ weeks after the Passover.           (a) 14 (b) 7 (c) 12 (d)  6

14.          The feast of Pentecost was_________ festival. (a) a restoration (b) a tabernacle               (c) a moon (d) an agricultural.

15.          As the Holy Spirit descended on the apostles on the day of Pentecost they began to (a) heal the sick (b) speak in tongues (c) pray (d) preach

16.          On the day of Pentecost, Peter advised the crowd to (a) love one another as Jesus had loved them (b) refrain from eating meat sacrifice to idols (c) repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus (d) share whatever they had with one another.

17.          The coming down of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost shows that God never fails in His (a) love (b) mercy (c) Kindness (d) promise.

18.          The effect of the Holy Spirit on the apostles was that it (a) made them drunk                        (b) gave them strength and courage with the work of Jesus (c) made it possible for them to elect a successor to Judas.

19.          The healing of the cripple at the Beautiful Gate and the courageous death of Stephen showed the effect of the (a) Ministry of Jesus (b) ministry of the apostles (c) outpouring of the Holy Spirit (d) election of Matthias.

20.          When the cripple saw Peter and John enter the Temple he looked at them expecting them to (a) heal him (b) give him the Holy Spirit (c) pray for him (d) give him alms.

21.          The Holy Spirit descended on the apostles on the day of Pentecost. This was _________days after the Ascension of Jesus. (a) 10 (b)20 (c) 8 (d) 16

22.          The Upper Room where the apostles stayed, was the place where (a) Jesus was arrested (b) Peter betrayed Jesus (c) Jesus was tried (d) the last Supper took place.

23.          As the Holy Spirit descended on the apostles on the day of Pentecost they began to (a) heal the sick (b) speak in tongues (c) pray (d) preach

24.          The apostles saw something like  ________in the shape of tongues resting on each of them (a) stars (b) scales (c) flames (d) fighting

25.          When the Holy Spirit came upon the apostles they were filled with joy and                    (a) gladness (b) kindness (c) humility (d) courage

26.          To speak in ‘Other tongues’ means to (a)speak in different languages (b) acquire a second languages (c) be under the influence of the Holy Spirit (d)be under the influence of alcohol

27.          Those who have come to Jerusalem to celebrate the feast of Pentecost heard each of the apostles (a) preaching in the name of Jesus (b) proclaiming that Jesus was the Christ (c)preaching in his own language (d) telling them about the Holy Spirit

28.          The charge made against the apostles on the day of Pentecost was that they were (a) disciples of Jesus (b) preaching the resurrection from the dead (c) Galileans                 (d) drunk

29.          To explain the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. Peter quoted Prophet (a) Joel (b) Daniel (c) Isaiah (d) Ezekiel.

30.          In his speech on the day of Pentecost , Peter showed that the resurrection of Jesus from the dead had long been prophesied by (a) Joel (b) Isaiah (c) Jeremiah                       (d) David

31.          Peter proved that  the Pentecost was a fulfillment  of the  prophecy of  (a)Micah  (b) Hosea  (c) Amos  (d) Joel    (e) Isaiah

32.          Two  of  the  seven  deacons  who later  became  evangelists  were  (a) Stephen  and  Nicolaus  (b) Stephen  and  Nicanor  (c)  Stephen  and  Philip  (d) Philip  and  Nicolans  (e)Philip  and Nicanor

33.          The  vision  of  peter at  Joppa was meant to teach him  that  (a)  Jews were  superior  to  non-Jews  (b) there was no need  for  Gentiles  in the  church (c) Gentiles  and  Jews  had  nothing  in common  (d)  in  Christianity  here  is  no racial discrimination

34.          After  stephen’s  martyrdom  the  evangelist who took  the gospel to Samaria  was  (a) Peter (b) Philip  (c)  John  (d)Paul

35.          Peter and  John  were  arrested  for the  second  time  by the  Jewish  authorities because  they  (a)  healed the  lame-man  (b) preached  in the  name  of  Jesus  (c) performed many  signs  and  wonders  (d)abused  the  Sanhedrin  (e)  plotted against the council

36.          From his experience on the  road to  Damascus. Saul learnt all the  following  except that  (a) persecuting  the  church  meant persecuting the Lord (b) in  persecuting  the church  he  was kicking  against  the  pricks(c) his  confidence  in  Judaism  was  misplaced (d)he was specially chosen to preach to the  Gentiles

37.          The Apostles  were  encourage  to preach  by  (a)  the  reincarnation  of  saints  (b)  their  fellowship  and  togetherness  (c) the  indwelling  of  the  Holy  Spirit (d)  the  continued  physical  presence  of  Jesus €  the  serious  persecution  that  faced  them

38.          Which  of  the  following  did not  characterize  the  life  of  fellowship  led  by  the early church? (a) members  met  regularly  for  prayers and thanksgiving  (b) members devoted themselves  to the  apostles teaching  (c)  members  had  all things  in common  (d)  those who sold  their  possessions  kept part of  the  proceeds  to themselves    (e) members  shared  in the  problems  of one  another 

39.          Saul  could  be  said  to have  persecuted Jesus  Christ  by  (a)  mocking  Jesus  on the  day  of  pentecost  (b)  attacking  Jesus  for  disobeying  the  laws of  Moses  (c) opposing  the  Christians  on the  way  (d)  accusing  Stephen  (e) condemning  the  preaching  of  the  gospel

40.          Saul  was  a native  of  (a)  Paphos  (b) Jerusalem  (c)  Corinth  (d)  Galatia  (e)  Tarsus

41.          In the  act  of  the  Apostles  all the  following  were  the  characteristics of  communal  living  in the  early  church  except  (a)  sharing  of  goods  (b)  hiding  from  Jewish  arrest  (c)  praying  together  (d)  breaking  of bread  (e)  having  fellowship  together

42.          The  story  of  Ananias  and  Saphira  was  intended  to  engender  in he  early  church  the spirit  of  (a)  faithfulness  and love  (b)  tolerance  and  humidity  (c) honesty and  willingness  to sacrifice  (d)  contentment  and  leadership  (e)  self-reliance  and  obedience 

43.          The  first  Christian  Martyr  was (a)  James (b)  Stephen  (c)  John  (d)  Jesus Christ

44.          Stephen  died courageously  when  the  people   (a) hanged him  on the  cross (b)  stoned  him  to  death (c)  buried  him  alive  (d) lynched him

45.          What  united  all  the  different  members  of  the  early  church was their (a) Jewish descent   (b) patronage of  the  feast  of  Pentecost (c)  observance  of  law  of  Moses  (d)  common  faith  in Jesus Christ

46.          The story  fellowship  and  the  type  of  sharing  which  enabled  the early  Christians  to solve  their  problems  were the fruits  of  (a)  their  devotion  (b) their  joint efforts  (c)  super human  strength (d)  the  Holy  spirit

47.          The  coming  down  of  the  Holy  spirit on the day of  Pentecost  shows  that  God never fails in His (a)  love   (b)  mercy  (c)  kindness  (d) promise

48.          Stephen  was  inspired  by … preach and  argue successfully  with the opponents of Christianity.   (a) Peter  (b) Barnabas  (c)  the  Holy  Spirit  (d) Apostles

49.          To explain  the  outpouring  of the  Holy  Spirit  on the day  of  Pentecost Peter quoted the prophet (a) Joel   (b)  Daniel   (c)  Isaiah  (d) Ezekiel

50.          Paul  condemned  Christianity  because  he  (a)  hated  Jesus  Christ (b) hated  the  Apostles  (c)  was  a Pharisee  (d)  did  not  understand  it.

THEORY:  Answer two Questions

(1)                Explain why Jesus promised the Holy Spirit to the disciples.

(1b)        State the reactions of the on lookers.

(2)          State three activities which the early church did together

(2b)        State two reasons why the widows of Hellenlist murmured.

(3)                Give three reasons for the arrest of Peter and John

(b)          What is Conflict?.



  1. The Holy Spirit is the (a) first person of the Trinity (b) spirit that controls man (c) third personality of the Trinity (d) falling spirit of God
  2. Which of these is not a function of the Holy Spirit (a) advocating for man (b) counselling man (c) parading man (d) teaching man
  3. The first set of people to experience the Holy Spirit are the (a) Gentiles (b) disciples (c) Jews (d) Romans
  4. Which of the following precedes power that Jesus promised the disciples (a) temptation (b) Holy Ghost (c) feast of Passover (d) meeting in the upper room
  5. Jesus last speech to His disciples was at Mount (a) Horeb (b) Sinai (c) Olive (d) Carmel
  • The coming of the Holy Spirit was on day of (a) Passover (b) Papacy (c) Pentecost

(d) Power

  • The apostles spoke in different tongues because (a) they were with filled the joy of the coming of the Holy Spirit (b) they were filled with the Holy tongues (c) they were filled with Holy Spirit (d) they were filled with new Spirit
  • How many days after the feast of Passover was the Pentecost? (a) 40 (b) 50 (c) 60

(d) 12

  • How many disciples were in the upper room? (a) 12 (b) 11 (c) about 120 (d) 500
  • Most of the apostles were from city of (a) Galilee (b) Cyrene (c) Greece (d) Judea
  1. The Holy Spirit is not one of the following to the early disciples (a) comforter (b) teacher (c) adviser (d) prayer warrior.
  2. The first miracle by the apostles was done by (a) James (b) Peter (c) Paul (d) John
  3. The first miracle by the apostles was done on the ………. man at the beautiful gate (a) lame (b) blind (c) deaf (d) epileptic
  4. Which of these is not an effect of the Holy Spirit on the early disciples (a) boldness (b) eloquence (c) courage (d) power
  5. The Holy Spirit did not appear as one of the following on the Pentecost day (a) tongue

(b) wind (c) water (d) fire

  1. Who was the founder of the church? (a) Peter (b) Jesus (c) Paul (d) apostles
  2. Who was the head of the early church? (a) Peter (b) Paul (c) James (d) apostles
  3. What was the requisite for joining members of the early church? (a) righteousness (b) salvation (c) humility (d) patience
  4. How many souls were added to the church after Peter’s speech on Pentecost day (a) 2000 (b) 3000 (c) 500 (d) 120
  5. On Pentecost day, the disciples attracted people because they were (a) praying aloud (b) speaking in tongues (c) conversing with God (d) willing to show love to people.
  6. Which of the following was not a deacon? (a) Stephen (b) Peter  (c)  Parmenas  (d) Philip
  7. One of the following was not a feature for selecting the deacons. (a) faith (b) virtue (c) eloquence (d) prayer
  8. The most prominent among the deacons was (a) Stephen (b) Philip (c) Timon (d) Parmenas
  9. The sin of Ananias and Sapphira was (a) disobedience (b) lie and deceit (c) over confidence (d) Heresy
  10. The accusation in the early church was directed against the (a) Greek (b) Hebrew (c) Gentile (d) Egyptian
  11. Persecution of the early Christians took place in (a) Jericho (b) Jerusalem (c) Jordan

(d) Joppa

  • The first martyr of gospel was (a) Peter (b) Jesus (c) Stephen (d) Paul
  • The most significant person among the persecutors was (a) Saul (b) Pilate (c) Demas Aristophanes
  • Persecution was against the church for the following reasons except (a) continuation of the egoistic life of the leaders (b) sanity in the religious setting (c) to put a stop to the spread of the gospel (d) to continue to exploit the religious people of the land.
  • Christians need the following to curb persecution except (a) faith (b) money (c) prayer (d) ego
  • What led to the dissipation of the disciples in Jerusalem? (a) riot (b) persecution (c) aggression (d) desire
  • Which apostle moved to Samaria (a) Peter (b) Paul (c) Philip (d) John
  • …………… and …………… later joined the disciples in Samaria (a) Paul and Peter (b) Peter and John (c) Paul and Silas (d) Peter and James
  • What was the name of the woman that was raised from dead in Joppa (a) Mary (b) Tabitha (c) Demas (d) Martha
  • The man that was healed in Lydda was (a) Aeneas (b) Ananias (c) Andrew (d) Peter


  1. Highlight two lessons from the story of Dorcas.
  2. Discuss the power that was working for Peter.


  1. What are the differences between the persecution in the early church and the persecution in the present day?
  2. Discuss five means Christians can adopt to avoid the spread of persecution.


  1. What are the lessons for the modern Christians from the story of Ananias and Sapphira?
  2. What are the differences between deacons appointed by the apostles and the present day deacons?


  1. Analytically discuss Peter’s speech on the day of Pentecost.
  2. What were the reactions of the authourity to gospel of Jesus by the apostles?


  1. Highlight five things the Holy Spirit can do in the life of a Christian.
  2. How does the Holy Spirit help Christians to overpower the devil?
  1. Discuss the essence of the Great Commission.
  2. Explain the ascension of Jesus Christ.

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