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He Ordained Twelve

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    • Nature in the fields and hills
    • The inroads of the city
    • In the temple and synagogues
    • Under the open sky
    • He did not have a choice
    • The people gathered in the synagogues to hear Him speak
    • No synagogue could have received the throngs that followed Him
    • Yahushua loved the scenes of nature and to Him each retreat was a sacred temple
    • In heaven
    • Under the trees of Eden
    • In the sanctuary built for them by angels
    • So that the spies of the synagogue could not hear Him
    • These places were more in harmony with the lessons of self-denial He desired to teach them than the confusion of the city
    • Here, He could turn the thoughts of His hearers from the artificial to the natural
    • So that the crowds would not hear His secret teachings to His disciples
    • In the growth and development of nature
    • Only in heaven
    • By listening to new age music
    • By communing with Yahuwah in nature
    • To be the president or king of a rich and powerful country
    • To be a worker together with Yahuwah for the saving of the world
    • No
    • Yes, if we are willing to overcome them through His grace
    • None
    • James the brother of Yahushua
    • Peter, James and John
    • Peter
    • John, Peter and Andrew
    • Because he was a distant relative of Yahushua
    • Because he had the most receptive spirit and opened his heart to Yahushua with a child's confiding trust
    • Philip
    • John
    • Andrew
    • Peter
    • Yes
    • No
    • Andrew
    • Philip
    • Nathanael
    • Peter
    • Yahushua would have refused him had the disciples not spoken out in his defense
    • Yahushua neither repulsed nor welcome him
    • They believed Judas would greatly assist Yahushua in His work because of his keen discernment and executive ability
    • They did not understand why Yahushua would refuse someone who with great earnestness and apparent sincerity wanted to be His disciple
    • In refusing to accept Judas as His disciple
    • In not trying to secure the cooperation of the leaders of Israel
    • The danger of allowing any worldly consideration to have weight in deciding the fitness of men for the work of Yahuwah
    • The mistake they made in urging Yahushua not to refuse Judas as a disciple
    • No, he was only motivated by the hope of securing a high position in the new kingdom
    • Yes
    • No, because He was incarnated
    • Yes
    • No
    • Yes
    • When we will be disciplined and learn of Him
    • When we have perfected our characters and cultivated our talents
    • No
    • Yes
    • Cautiously
    • Tenderly
    • Yes, He often gently rebuked him for his covetousness
    • No, He bore him with divine patience only giving him evidence that He read his heart as an open book
    • No
    • Yes, if he had been willing to wear the yoke of Christ, he might have been among the chief of the apostles
    • None of them
    • Only Judas and Peter
    • Few of them
    • All of them
    • Short-tempered, revengeful, critical, proud, ambitious
    • Patient, humble, forbearing and meek
    • No, because He knew they would leave Him if He did
    • Yes
    • Spontaneously, merely by uniting with Yahushua
    • By beholding Yahushua, sharing His trails and learning the lessons of His life
    • No
    • Yes, because they differed widely in habits and disposition
    • No, while Christ was abiding in the heart, there could be no discord or quarreling
    • Yes
    • We will come closer to them in proportion as we come closer to Christ, because He is the center
    • We will become strong in Christ and independent
    • Because angels were preoccupied with their work in heaven
    • Because they were men of like passion with those whom they sought to save and thus encouraged others that they can receive Yahuwah's help as well
    • It manifests that the power which works through the weakness of humanity is the power of Yahuwah
    • Because angels could not have been able to reach men
    • There is nothing you can do, Yahuwah's power outside and beyond us is all that is essential
    • By laying hold upon divine power through faith and cooperating with the divine
    • Yes
    • No
    • Yes
    • No, not yet
    • They get a break from their work to celebrate the victory
    • That they can use us as channels of communication to reveal Yahuwah's love