CROSSWORD PUZZLES 2

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What Church?
by Albert Wong
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Across
2.From what Asian church was Paul driven out by unbelieving Jews? (Acts 14:5)
5.What church did Timothy grow up in? (Acts 16:1)
6.What church was the scene of a burning of wicked books? (Acts 19:19)
9.What church had two bickering women named Euodia and Syntyche? (Phil. 4:1-3)
10.At what church was Paul accused of turning the world upside down? (Acts 17:6)
14.What was the first church to appoint deacons? (Acts 6:1-7)
16.What church had fallen prey to the legalistic Judaizers? (Gal. 1:6-9)
17.What church was neither hot nor cold? (Rev. 3:15-16)
18.What church is this which Peter visited? (1 Pet. 5:13)
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1.In what church did Paul raise up Euthychus, who had fallen to his death out of a window? (Acts 20:7-12)
3.What church mentioned in the Bible was founded by Epaphras? (Col. 1:7)
4.What church had Crispus, a synagogue leader, as a member? (Acts 18:8)
7.What is the most commended church in Revelation? (Rev. 3:7-13)
8.What church suffered because of the "synagogue of Satan"? (Rev. 2:8-11)
11.What church had a false prophetess named Jezebel as a member? (Rev. 2:18-29)
12.What love-filled church sent members to accompany Paul all the way to Athens? (Acts 17:10-15)
13.What church tolerated the heresy of the Nicolaitans? (Rev. 2:12-17)
15.At what church were believers first called Christians? (Acts 11:26)




Who's Who In "Acts" - Part 4
by Albert Wong
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Test your knowledge of the names of people found in the book, "Acts of the Apostles." Notes: 1) "aka" means "also known as." 2) numbers in brackets [xx] indicate a chapter number this can be found in.


Across
1.Son of Pyrrhus, traveling companion of Paul through Macedonia [20]
4.Traveled with King Agrippa, possibly his wife [25]
6.At Troas, fell out of a third story window and died while Paul spoke, revived by Paul [20]
8.Roman governor (who lived in Ceasarea), heard Paul's case, did a favor to the Jews by leaving Paul in prison when his term was up [23]
9.The chief official of Malta (where Paul crash landed), Paul stayed with him 3 days, Paul healed his father who was sick with fever and dysentery [28]
10.Governor Felix's wife [24]
13.Traveling companion of Paul through Macedonia, from the province of Asia (Ephesus), some thought Paul had brought him into the Temple area in Jerusalem and defiled it [20]
15.Silversmith in Ephesus, made silver shrines of Artemis, caused trouble for Paul and crew [19]
16.Surnamed Aristarchus, who was seized by a mob in Epehesus, along with Paul's traveling companions and brought into the Theater [19]
17.From Cyprus, Paul stayed at his house on the way to Jerusalem (in Ceasarea?) [21]
18.Traveling companion of Paul through Macedonia, from the province of Asia [20]
19.Traveling companion of Paul through Macedonia, from Thessalonica [20]
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2.Surnamed Festus, succeeded Felix as Governor after 2 years, asked if Paul would be willing to be tried in Jerusalem [24]
3.aka Diana, goddess revered in Ephesus [19]
5.Roman centurion of the Italian Regiment, in charge of transporting Paul to Rome [27]
7.Surnamed Lysias, the Roman commander who sent Paul to Governor Felix [23]
11.King who visited Festus, heard Paul's case [25]
12.In Epehesus, a Jew who was pushed to the front of the crowd to make a defense before the people [19]
13.Jewish lawyer who presented the Jews' case against Paul [24]
14.Traveling companion of Paul through Macedonia, from Thessalonica [20]

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