Verse
Extra
Parable
Lamb

100

What is the reference where the story can be found in?

Luke 15:32

100

Who was Jesus saying the parable to?
Sinners and Tax collectors

100

What does the parable mean?

In this parable, the lambs represented people and the lost lamb represented a lost person. So what we can learn from this parable is that Jesus cares and looks out for his children and if someone is lost, then Jesus will come and save us and will protect everyone.

100

Did Jesus leave the lamb alone, lost him, and didn't take his responsibility seriously?
No

200

What does the verse mean?
It means that Jesus is rejoicing for the lost person that he is lost but now he is found.

200

Why were the Pharises not paying attention?

They didn't like the masaiya.

200

Why did Jesus said this parable to the tax collectors and sinners?
To preach a lesson to them about god

200

What is the lost lamb?
A lost person

300

What is the verse with the reference?

Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep. Luke 15:32

300

Why did the lamb represent people?
Because the sheep is a holy symbol to god.

300

If one of the one hundred people got lost, how many would here be and what would you do?
There will be 99 people and you would have to get the lost person.

300

How many lambs were there?
100 lambs

400

What can we learn from this verse?
Jesus takes care of all of us.

400

How should the person bring back the lamb?

The person has to put his lamb on his shoulders and saying," Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep."

400

Stuart Little was this kind of animal.
What is a mouse?

400

Who brought back the lost lamb?
Shepered

500

What is the whole verse?

“Rejoice with me for I have found my lost lamb.”Luke 15:32

500

Who does the person have to tell the sentence to "Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep."as they has found their lost lamb?

His neighbors and friends.

500

The names of the seven dwarfs from Snow White.
What are Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy and Sneezy?

500

What did one lamb represent?

A person