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Mark 11:1              As what did Jesus send two of his disciples (OR When did Jesus send two of his disciples)?  (As) They approached Jerusalem and come to Bethphage and Bethany at the Mount of Olives

Mark 11:1              Where did they approach?  Jerusalem

Mark 11:1              To where did they come at the Mount of Olives?  (To) Bethphage and Bethany

Mark 11:1              At where did they come to Bethphage and Bethany?  (At the) Mount of Olives

Mark 11:1              Who sent two of his disciples?  Jesus

Mark 11:1              Whom did Jesus send?  Two of his disciples

Mark 11:2             To where go?  (To the) Village ahead (of you)

Mark 11:2             When will you find a colt tied there (OR Where will you find a colt tied)?  (There,) Just as you enter it (the village ahead of you)

Mark 11:2             What will you find tied there (OR What has no one ever ridden)?  (Untie it, a) Colt (and bring it here)

Mark 11:2             Who has ridden (it, a colt tied there, ever)?  No one

Mark 11:2             When has no one ridden (it, a colt tied there)?  Ever

Mark 11:3             If what tell him?  (If) Anyone asks you

Mark 11:3             What tell him if anyone asks you?  (Tell him) “The Lord needs it and will send it back here shortly.”

Mark 11:3             Who needs it and will send it back here shortly

Mark 11:3             Where will the Lord send it (shortly)?  Back here

Mark 11:3             How will the Lord send it back here (OR When will the Lord send it back here)?  Shortly

Mark 11:4             What did they find (outside in the street, tied at a doorway, untied)?  (It, a) Colt

Mark 11:4             Where did they find a colt?  Outside

Mark 11:4             In what did they find a colt (outside)?  (In the) Street

Mark 11:5             Who asked?  Some people standing there

Mark 11:5             What did some people standing there ask?  “What are you doing, untying that colt?”

Mark 11:6             As what did they answer (OR How did they answer)?  (As) Jesus had told them to

Mark 11:6             Who had told (them to, answer)?  Jesus

Mark 11:6             Who let them go?  (the) People

Mark 11:7             When did he sit on it?  When they brought the colt to Jesus and throw their cloaks over it

Mark 11:7             What did they bring to Jesus (throw their cloaks over, he sat on)?  (It, the) Colt

Mark 11:7             To whom did they bring the colt (it)?  (To) Jesus

Mark 11:7             What did they throw over it (the colt)?  Their cloaks

Mark 11:8             Who spread their cloaks on the road?  Many people

Mark 11:8             On what did many people spread their cloaks?  (On the) Road

Mark 11:8             What did many people spread on the road?  Their cloaks

Mark 11:8             When did many people spread their cloaks on the road?  While other spread branches

Mark 11:8             Who spread branches (had cut in the fields)?  (They) Others OR People

Mark 11:8             What did others spread (OR What had they cut in the fields)?  Branches

Mark 11:8             In what had they cut (branches)?  (In the) Fields

Mark 11:9             Who shouted?  Those who went ahead and (those who) followed

Mark 11:9             What did those who went ahead and those who followed shout?  “Hosanna!” OR “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!”

Mark 11:9             Where did those go?  Ahead OR Follow(ed)

Mark 11:9             Who is blessed?  He who comes in the name of the Lord

Mark 11:9             What is he who comes in the name of the Lord?  Blessed

Mark 11:9             In what does he come (OR How does he come)?  (In the) Name of the Lord

Mark 11:10           What is the coming kingdom of our father David?  Blessed

Mark 11:10           What is blessed?  (The) Coming kingdom of our father David

Mark 11:10           What in the highest?  Hosanna

Mark 11:10           In what Hosanna (OR How Hosanna)?  (In the) Highest

Mark 11:11            Who entered Jerusalem and went to the temple (looked around at everything, went out to Bethany)?  (He) Jesus

Mark 11:11            Where did Jesus enter?  Jerusalem

Mark 11:11            To what did Jesus go?  (To the) Temple

Mark 11:11            At what did he look (around)?  (At) Everything

Mark 11:11            When was it already?  Late

Mark 11:11            When was it late?  Already

Mark 11:11            Why did he go out to Bethany with the Twelve (Jesus go out to Bethany with the Twelve)?  Since it was already late

Mark 11:11            To where did he go out with the Twelve (Jesus go out with the Twelve)?  (To) Bethany

Mark 11:11            With whom did he go (Jesus go, out to Bethany)?  (With the) Twelve

Mark 11:12           When were they leaving Bethany (OR When was Jesus hungry)?  (The) next day

Mark 11:12           As what was Jesus hungry (OR When was Jesus hungry)?  (As) They were leaving Bethany

Mark 11:12           Where were they leaving (Jesus leaving)?  Bethany

Mark 11:12           Who was hungry?  Jesus

Mark 11:13           Seeing what did he go (he reached)?  (Seeing in the distance a) Fig tree in leaf (it)

Mark 11:13           Why did he go?  To find out if it (a fig tree in leaf) had any fruit

Mark 11:13           When did he find nothing but leaves?  When he reached it (a fig tree in leaf)

Mark 11:13           What did he find but leaves?  Nothing

Mark 11:13           But what did he find nothing?  (But) Leaves

Mark 11:13           Why did he find nothing but leaves?  Because it was not the season for figs

Mark 11:13           What was it not (for figs)?  (The) Season

Mark 11:13           For what was it not the season?  (For) Figs

Mark 11:14           To what did he say?  (To you, the) Tree

Mark 11:14           What did he say to the tree?  “May no one ever eat fruit from you again.”

Mark 11:14           May who eat fruit from you (again, ever)?  No one

Mark 11:14           When may no one eat fruit from you?  Ever OR Again

Mark 11:14           What may no one eat from you (ever, again)?  Fruit

Mark 11:14           Who heard him say it?  His disciples

Mark 11:15           On what did Jesus enter the temple area and begin driving out those who were buying and selling (OR When did Jesus enter the temple area and begin driving out those who were buying and selling)?  (On) Reaching Jerusalem

Mark 11:15           Who entered the temple area and began driving out those who were buying and selling (there, overturned the tables of the money changers and the benches of those selling doves)?  (He) Jesus

Mark 11:15           Where did Jesus enter?  (The) Temple area

Mark 11:15           Whom did Jesus begin driving out?  Those who were buying and selling (there) OR (The) Money changers OR Those selling doves

Mark 11:15           What did he overturn?  (The) Tables of the money changers and (the) benches of those selling doves

Mark 11:17           As what did he say (OR When did he say)?  (As) He taught them

Mark 11:17           What did he say?  “Is it not written ‘My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations’?  But you have made it ‘a den of robbers.’”

Mark 11:17           What will my house be called?  (A) House of prayer for all nations

Mark 11:17           What will be called a house of prayer for all nations (you have made a den of robbers)?  (It) My house

Mark 11:17           What have you made it (my house)?  (A) Den of robbers

Mark 11:18           Who heard this and began looking for a way to kill him?  (The) Chief priests and (the) teachers of the law

Mark 11:18           For what did the chief priests and the teachers of the law begin looking?  (For a) Way to kill him

Mark 11:18           Why did the chief priests and the teachers of the law begin looking for a way to kill him?  For they feared him

Mark 11:18           Why did they fear him (the chief priests and teachers of the law fear him)?  Because the whole crowd was amazed at his teaching

Mark 11:18           Who was amazed?  (The) Whole crowd

Mark 11:18           What was the whole crowd (at his teaching)?  Amazed

Mark 11:18           At what was the whole crowd amazed?  (At) His teaching

Mark 11:19           When did they go out of the city?  When evening came

Mark 11:19           What came?  Evening

Mark 11:19           Out of what did they go?  (Out of the) City

Mark 11:20           In what did they see the fig tree withered from the roots (OR When did they see the fig tree withered from the roots)?  (In the) Morning

Mark 11:20           As what did they see the fig tree withered from the roots (OR When did they see the fig tree withered from the roots)?  (As) They went along

Mark 11:20           Where did they go?  Along

Mark 11:20           What did they see withered from the roots?  (The) Fig tree

Mark 11:21           Who remembered and said to Jesus?  Peter

Mark 11:21           To whom did Peter say?  (To) Jesus

Mark 11:21           What did Peter say to Jesus?  “Rabbi look!  The fig tree you have cursed has withered”

Mark 11:21           Who look (cursed the fig tree)?  (Your) Rabbi

Mark 11:21           What did you curse (OR What has withered)?  (The) Fig tree

Mark 11:22           Have what in God?  (Have) Faith

Mark 11:22           In whom have faith?  (In) God

Mark 11:22           Who answered?  Jesus

Mark 11:22           What did Jesus answer?  “Have faith in God.”

Mark 11:23           What do I tell you?  (The) Truth OR If anyone says to this mountain “Go, throw yourself into the sea” and does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done for him

Mark 11:23           If what will it be done for him?  (If) Anyone says to this mountain “Go, throw yourself into the sea” and does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done

Mark 11:23           What will it be if anyone says to this mountain?  Done OR (Throw yourself) Into the sea

Mark 11:24           What do I tell you?  Whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours

Mark 11:24           What will it be?  Yours

Mark 11:24           Believe what (that)?  (Believe that) You have received it

Mark 11:24           What will be yours?  (It) Whatever you ask for in prayer

Mark 11:24           In what do you ask?  (In) Prayer

Mark 11:25           When forgive him if you hold anything against anyone?  When you stand praying

Mark 11:25           If what forgive him?  (If) You hold anything against anyone

Mark 11:25           Why forgive him if you hold anything against anyone?  So that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins

Mark 11:25           Who may forgive you (your sins)?  Your Father in heaven

Mark 11:25           What may your Father in heaven forgive you?  Your sins

Mark 11:27           When did they arrive in Jerusalem?  Again

Mark 11:27           In where did they arrive?  (In) Jerusalem

Mark 11:27           When did the chief priests, the teachers of the law and the elders come to him?  While Jesus was walking in the temple courts

Mark 11:27           Who was walking in the temple courts?  Jesus

Mark 11:27           In what was Jesus walking?  (In the) Temple courts

Mark 11:27           Who came to him (Jesus)?  (The) Chief priests, (the) teachers of the law and (the) elders

Mark 11:28           What are you doing?  (This) These things

Mark 11:28           What did they ask?  “By what authority are you doing these things?” OR “And who gave you authority to do this?”

Mark 11:29           Who replied?  Jesus

Mark 11:29           What did Jesus reply?  “I will ask you on question.  Answer me, and I will tell you by what authority I am doing these things””

Mark 11:29           What will I ask you?  One question

Mark 11:29           What will I tell you (answer me and I will tell you)?  By what authority I am doing these things

Mark 11:29           What am I doing?  These things

Mark 11:31           What did they say?  “If we say, ‘From heaven,’ he will ask, ‘Then why didn’t you believe him?’”

Mark 11:31           If what will he ask (“Then why didn’t you believe him”)?  If we say (“From heaven”)

Mark 11:31           What will he ask if we say (“From heaven”)?  “Then why didn’t you believe him?”

Mark 11:32           Whom did they fear?  (The) People OR Everyone

Mark 11:32           Why did they fear the people?  For everyone held that John really was a prophet

Mark 11:32           Who held?  Everyone OR (The) People

Mark 11:32           What did everyone hold (the people hold, that)?  John (really) was a prophet

Mark 11:32           Who was a prophet (really)?  John

Mark 11:32           How was John a prophet?  Really

Mark 11:32           What was John (really)?  (A) Prophet

Mark 11:33           Whom did they answer?  Jesus

Mark 11:33           What did they answer Jesus?  “We don’t know.”

Mark 11:33           Who said?  Jesus

Mark 11:33           What did Jesus say?  “Neither will I tell you by what authority I am doing these things”

Mark 11:33           What will I neither tell you?  By what authority I am doing these things

Mark 11:33           What am I doing?  These things


Mark 12:1             In what did he begin to speak to them?  (In) Parables

Mark 12:1             What did he begin to speak (to them)?  Parables OR “A man planted a vineyard.  He put a wall around it, dug a pit for the winepress and built a watchtower.  Then he rented the vineyard to some farmers and went away on a journey.”

Mark 12:1             Who planted a vineyard (put a wall around it, dug a pit for the winepress and built a watchtower, rented the vineyard, went away)?  (He, a) Man

Mark 12:1             What did a man plant (OR What did he rent to some farmers?  (It, a, the) Vineyard

Mark 12:1             What did he put around it (a man put around a vineyard, the vineyard)?  (A) Wall

Mark 12:1             What did he dig (a man dig)?  (A) Pit

Mark 12:1             For what did he dig a pit (a man dig a pit)?  (For the) Winepress

Mark 12:1             To whom did he rent the vineyard (a man rent it)?  (To) Come farmers

Mark 12:1             Where did he go (a man go)?  Away

Mark 12:1             On what did he go (a man go, away)?  (On a) Journey

Mark 12:2             At when did he send a servant to the tenants?  (At) Harvest time

Mark 12:2             Whom did he send to the tenants?  (A) Servant

Mark 12:2             To whom did he send a servant (to collect from)?  (To them, the) Tenants

Mark 12:2             Why did he send a servant to the tenants?  To collect from them some of the fruit of the vineyard

Mark 12:2             To collect what from them did he send a servant (to the tenants)?  Some of the fruit of the vineyard

Mark 12:3             How did they send him away?  (They seized him, beat him and sent him away) Empty-handed

Mark 12:3             Where did they send him (empty-handed)?  Away

Mark 12:4             Whom did he send to them?  Another servant

Mark 12:4             On what did they strike the man?  (On the) Head

Mark 12:4             Whom did they strike (on the head and treat shamefully)?  (Him, the) Man

Mark 12:4             How did they treat him (the man)?  Shamefully

Mark 12:5             Whom did he send?  Still another OR Many others

Mark 12:5             Whom did they kill?  That one OR Others

Mark 12:5             Whom did they beat?  Some of them

Mark 12:6             Whom did he have left (OR Whom did he love OR Whom will they respect)?  One OR (Him, a, my) Son

Mark 12:6             When did he send him (one, a son, my son)?  Last of all

Mark 12:6             Saying what did he send him last of all?  (Saying) “They will respect my son”

Mark 12:7             Who said to one another?  (The) Tenants

Mark 12:7             To whom did the tenants say?  (To) One another

Mark 12:7             What did the tenants say to one another?  “This is the heir.  Come, let’s kill him and the inheritance will be ours.”

Mark 12:7             Who is this?  (The) Heir

Mark 12:7             What will be ours?  (The) Inheritance

Mark 12:7             What will the inheritance be?  Ours

Mark 12:8             Out of what did they throw him?  (Out of the) Vineyard

Mark 12:9             Whom will he kill (come and kill)?  Those tenants

Mark 12:9             What will he give to others?  (The) Vineyard

Mark 12:9             To whom will he give the vineyard?  (To) Others

Mark 12:10           What has become the capstone?  (The) Stone the builders rejected

Mark 12:10           What has the stone the builders rejected become?  (The) Capstone

Mark 12:10           Who rejected (the stone, the captstone)?  (The) Builders

Mark 12:11           Who has done this?  (The) Lord

Mark 12:11           What is it (this, in our eyes)?  Marvelous

Mark 12:11           In what is it marvelous (this marvelous)?  (In) Our eyes

Mark 12:12           For what did they look?  (For a) Way to arrest him

Mark 12:12           Why did they look for a way to arrest him?  Because they knew he had spoken the parable against them

Mark 12:12           What did they know he had spoken against them?  (The) Parable

Mark 12:12           What were they (of the crowd)?  Afraid

Mark 12:12           Of whom were they afraid?  (Of the) Crowd

Mark 12:12           Why did they leave him and go away (left him and went away)?  (But) They were afraid of the crowd; so

Mark 12:13           When did they send some of the Pharisees and Herodians to Jesus?  Later

Mark 12:13           Whom did they send to Jesus?  Some of the Pharisees and Herodians

Mark 12:13           To whom did they send some of the Pharisees and Herodians?  (To) Jesus

Mark 12:13           Why did they send some of the Pharisees and Herodians to Jesus?  To catch him (Jesus) in his words

Mark 12:14           What did they say?  “Teacher, we know you are a man of integrity.  You aren’t swayed by men, because you pay no attention to who they are; but you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.  Is it right to pay taxes to Caesar or not?”

Mark 12:14           What do we know (Teacher)?  You are a man of integrity OR You aren’t swayed by men OR You pay no attention to who they (men) are OR You teach the way of God in accordance with the truth

Mark 12:14           Who is a man of integrity (are a man of integrity, aren’t/isn’t swayed by men, pay no attention to who they are, teach the way of God)?  Teacher (you)

Mark 12:14           Who are you?  Teacher OR (A) Man of integrity

Mark 12:14           By whom aren’t you swayed?  (By) Men

Mark 12:14           Why aren’t you swayed by men?  Because you pay no attention to who they are

Mark 12:14           What do you teach in accordance with the truth?  (The) Way of God

Mark 12:14           In what do you teach the way of God?  (In) Accordance with the truth

Mark 12:15           Who knew?  Jesus

Mark 12:15           What did Jesus know?  Their hypocrisy

Mark 12:15           What did he ask (Jesus ask)?  “Why are you trying to trap me?” (“Bring me a denarius and let me look at it”)

Mark 12:15           Bring me what (and let me look at)?  (Bring me a) Denarius (it)

Mark 12:15           Let me what?  (Let me) Look at it (a denarius)

Mark 12:16           What did they bring?  (The) Coin

Mark 12:16           What did he ask them?  “Whose portrait is this?  And whose inscription?”

Mark 12:16           What did they reply?  “Caesar’s”

Mark 12:17           Who said to them?  Jesus

Mark 12:17           What did Jesus say to them?  “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.”

Mark 12:17           To whom give?  Caesar (what is Caesar’s) OR God (what is God’s)

Mark 12:17           What give to Caesar?  What is Caesar’s

Mark 12:17           What give to God?  What is God’s

Mark 12:17           What were they (at him)?  Amazed

Mark 12:18           Who say there is no resurrection (OR Who came to him with a question)?  (The) Sadducess

Mark 12:18           What do the Sadducees say there is?  No resurrection

Mark 12:18           With what did the Sadducees come to him?  (With a) Question

Mark 12:19           What did they say?  “Teacher, Moses wrote for us that if a man’s brother dies and leaves a wife but no children, the man must marry the widow and have children for his brother”

Mark 12:19           Who wrote for us?  Moses

Mark 12:19           What did Moses write for us (that)?  If a man’s brother dies and leaves a wife but no children, the man must marry the widow and have children for his brother

Mark 12:19           If what must the man marry the widow and have children for his brother?  (If a) Man’s brother dies and leaves a wife but not children

Mark 12:19           Who must marry the widow and have children for his brother if a man’s brother dies and leaves a wife but no children?  (The) Man

Mark 12:19           Whom must the man marry if a man’s brother dies and leaves a wife but no children?  (A) Wife OR (The) Widow

Mark 12:19           Whom must the man have for his brother if a man’s brother dies and leaves a wife but no children?  Children

Mark 12:19           For whom must the man have children if a man’s brother dies and leaves a wife but no children?  (A) Man’s brother OR (For) His brother

Mark 12:20          Who were there?  Seven brothers

Mark 12:20          Who married and died without leaving any children?  (The) First one

Mark 12:20          Without what did the first one marry and die?  (Without) Leaving any children

Mark 12:21           Who married the widow (but also died, leaving no children)?  (He, the) Second one OR (The) Third (one)

Mark 12:21           Whom did the second one marry (OR Whom did the third marry)?  (The) Widow

Mark 12:21           Leaving whom did the second one die (marry the widow and die)?  (Leaving) No children

Mark 12:21           With whom was it the same?  (The) Third (one) OR (The) Second one

Mark 12:22          Who of the seven left any children?  None

Mark 12:22          None of whom left any children?  (None of the) Seven

Mark 12:22          Whom did none of the seven leave?  (Any) Children

Mark 12:22          When did the woman die?  Last of all

Mark 12:22          Who died?  (The) Seven OR (The) Woman

Mark 12:23          Who were married to her?  (The) Seven

Mark 12:23          What were the seven (to her)?  Married

Mark 12:24          Who replied?  Jesus

Mark 12:24          What did Jesus reply?  “Are you not in error because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God?”

Mark 12:24          What do you not know?  (The) Scriptures or (the) power of God

Mark 12:25          When will they neither marry nor be given in marriage (OR When will they be like the angels in heaven)?  When the dead rise

Mark 12:25          Who rise (will neither marry nor be given in marriage, will be like the angels in heaven)?  (They, the) Dead

Mark 12:25          Like whom will they be (the dead be, when the dead rise)?  (Like the) Angels in heaven

Mark 12:26          Who said to him (Moses)?  God

Mark 12:26          What did God say to him (Moses)?  “I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob”

Mark 12:26          Who am I (God)?  (The) God of Abraham, (the God of) Isaac and (the God of) Jacob

Mark 12:26          Of whom am I the God (is God the God)?  Abraham OR Isaac OR Jacob

Mark 12:27          Of whom is he the God?  Not (of) the dead OR Living

Mark 12:27          Who is he (God)?  Not the God of the dead but of the living

Mark 12:27          What are you (badly)?  Mistaken

Mark 12:27          How are you mistaken?  Badly OR He is not the God of the dead, but of the living

Mark 12:28          Who of the teachers of the law came and heard them debating (asked him)?  (He) One

Mark 12:28          One of whom came and heard them debating?  (One of the) Teachers of the law

Mark 12:28          What did one of the teachers of the law hear?  (Them) Debating

Mark 12:28          Noticing what did he ask him (one of the teachers of the law ask Jesus)?  (Noticing that) Jesus had given them a good answer

Mark 12:28          Who had given them a good answer?  Jesus

Mark 12:28          What had Jesus given them?  (A) Good answer

Mark 12:28          What did he ask him (one of the teachers of the law ask Jesus)?  “Of all the commandments, which is the most important”

Mark 12:29          What is the most important one (OR What is this)?  “Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one”

Mark 12:29          What did Jesus answer?  “The most important one is this:  ‘Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one.’”

Mark 12:29          Who answered?  Jesus

Mark 12:29          Who hear?  (O) Israel

Mark 12:29          Who is one?  (The) Lord our God, the Lord

Mark 12:29          What is the Lord our God, the Lord?  One

Mark 12:30          Love whom?  (The) Lord your God

Mark 12:30          With what love the Lord your God (OR How love the Lord your God)?  (With) All your heart, (and with all your) soul (and with all your) mind, and (with all your) strength

Mark 12:31           What is the second (OR What is this)?  “Love your neighbor as yourself.”

Mark 12:31           Love whom as yourself?  (Love) Your neighbor

Mark 12:31           What is greater than these (is there greater than these?  (There is) No commandment

Mark 12:31           What is no commandment (there is)?  Greater than these

Mark 12:32          Who replied?  (The) Man

Mark 12:32          What did the man reply?  “Well said, teacher” OR “You are right in saying that God is one and there is no other but him”

Mark 12:32          What are you?  Right

Mark 12:32          In saying what are you right?  (In saying that) God is one and there is no other but him

Mark 12:32          Who is one?  God

Mark 12:32          What is God?  One

Mark 12:32          Who is there but him (God)?  No other

Mark 12:33          What is more important than all burnt offerings and sacrifices?  To love him with all your heart, with all your understanding and with all your strength and to love your neighbor as yourself

Mark 12:34          When did he say to him (Jesus say to him)?  When Jesus saw that he had answered wisely

Mark 12:34          Who saw?  Jesus

Mark 12:34          What did Jesus see (that)?  He had answered wisely

Mark 12:34          How had he answered?  Wisely

Mark 12:34          What did he say to him (Jesus say to him)?  “You are not far from the kingdom of God”

Mark 12:34          From what are you not far?  (From the) Kingdom of God

Mark 12:34          Where are you not (from the kingdom of God)?  Far

Mark 12:34          From when did no one dare ask him any more questions?  (From) Then on

Mark 12:34          Who dared ask him any more questions from then on?  No one

Mark 12:34          What did no one dare ask him from then on?  (Any more) Questions

Mark 12:35          When did he ask (Jesus ask)?  While Jesus was teaching in the temple courts

Mark 12:35          Who was teaching in the temple courts (asked)?  (He) Jesus

Mark 12:35          In what was Jesus teaching?  (In the) Temple courts

Mark 12:35          What did he ask (Jesus ask)?  “How is it that the teachers of the law say that the Christ is the son of David?”

Mark 12:35          Who say?  (The) Teachers of the law

Mark 12:35          What do the teachers of the law say (that)?  (The) Christ is the Son of David

Mark 12:35          Whom do the teachers of the law say is the Son of David?  (The) Christ

Mark 12:35          Whom do the teachers of the law say the Christ is?  (The) Son of David

Mark 12:36          Who declared?  David himself

Mark 12:36          Speaking by whom did David himself declare?  (Speaking by the) Holy Spirit

Mark 12:36          What did David himself declare?  “The Lord said to my Lord: ‘Sit at my right hand until I put your enemies under your feet.’”

Mark 12:36          Who said to my Lord?  (The) Lord

Mark 12:36          To whom did the Lord say?  (To) My Lord

Mark 12:36          What did the Lord say to my Lord?  “Sit at my right hand until I put your enemies under your feet”

Mark 12:36          At what sit until I put your enemies under your feet?  (Sit at) My right hand

Mark 12:36          Until when sit at my right hand?  (Until) I put your enemies under your feet

Mark 12:37          Who calls him “Lord”?  David himself

Mark 12:37          Whom does David himself call him (OR What does David himself call him)?  “Lord”

Mark 12:37          Who listened to him?  (The) Large crowd

Mark 12:37          With what did the crowd listen to him?  (With) Delight

Mark 12:38          As what did Jesus say (OR When did Jesus say)?  (As) He (Jesus) taught

Mark 12:38          Who said (taught)?  (He) Jesus

Mark 12:38          What did Jesus say?  “Watch out for the teachers of the law.  They like to walk around in flowing robes and be greeted in the marketplaces.”

Mark 12:38          For whom watch out?  (For the) Teachers of the law

Mark 12:38          In what do they like to walk (around)?  (In) Flowing robes

Mark 12:38          What do they like to be (in the marketplaces)?  Greeted

Mark 12:38          In what do they like to be greeted?  (In the) Marketplaces

Mark 12:40          What do they devour?  Widows’ houses

Mark 12:40          For what do they make lengthy prayers?  (For a) Show

Mark 12:40          What do they make for a show?  Lengthy prayers

Mark 12:40          Who will be punished most severely?  Such men

Mark 12:40          How will such men be punished?  Most severely

Mark 12:41           Who sat down and watched the crowd?  Jesus

Mark 12:41           Opposite where did Jesus sit down (OR Where were the offerings put)?  (The) Place

Mark 12:41           What were put?  (The) Offerings

Mark 12:41           Whom did Jesus watch?  (The) Crowd

Mark 12:41           Who threw in large amounts?  Many rich people

Mark 12:41           What did many rich people throw in?  Large amounts

Mark 12:42          Who came and put in two very small copper coins?  (A) Poor widow

Mark 12:42          What did a poor widow put in?  Two very small copper coins

Mark 12:42          Worth what did a poor widow put in two very small copper coins?  (Worth only a) Fraction of a penny

Mark 12:43          Calling whom to him did Jesus say?  (Calling) His disciples

Mark 12:43          Who said (tells you the truth)?  (I) Jesus

Mark 12:43          What do I tell you?  (The) Truth OR This poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others

Mark 12:43          Who has put more into the treasury than all the others?  (This) poor widow

Mark 12:43          What has this poor widow put into the treasury?  More (than all the others)

Mark 12:43          Into what has this woman put (more than all the others)?  (The) Treasury

Mark 12:43          Than whom has this poor widow put more into the treasury?  (Than) All the others

Mark 12:44          Who gave out of their wealth?  They all

Mark 12:44          Out of what did they all give?  (Out of) Their wealth

Mark 12:44          Out of what did she put in everything (OR Out of what did she put in all she had to live on)?  (Out of) Her poverty

Mark 12:44          What did she put in (out of her poverty)?  Everything—all she had to live on


Mark 13:1             As what did one of his disciples say to him (OR When did one of his disciples say to him)?  (As) He (Teacher) was leaving the temple

Mark 13:1             What was he leaving (Teacher leaving)?  (The) Temple

Mark 13:1             Who of his disciples said to him (Teacher)?  One

Mark 13:1             One of whom said to him (Teacher)?  (One of) His disciples

Mark 13:1             What did one of his disciples say to him (Teacher)?  “Look, Teacher!  What massive stones!  What magnificent buildings!”

Mark 13:1             Who look?  (He) Teacher

Mark 13:2             Who replied?  Jesus

Mark 13:2             What did Jesus reply?  “Do you see all these great buildings?” OR “Not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown down.”

Mark 13:2             What will be left on another?  Not one stone

Mark 13:2             What will not one stone be (on another)?  Left

Mark 13:2             On what will not one stone here be left?  (On) Another

Mark 13:2             Where will not one stone be left on another?  Here

Mark 13:2             What will be thrown down?  Every one (stone)

Mark 13:2             What will every one be (stone be)?  Thrown down

Mark 13:3             As what did Peter, James, John and Andrew ask him privately (OR When did Peter, James, John and Andrew ask him privately?  (As) Jesus was sitting on the Mount of Olives opposite the temple

Mark 13:3             Who was sitting on the Mount of Olives (opposite the temple)?  Jesus

Mark 13:3             On where was Jesus sitting?  (On the) Mount of Olives

Mark 13:3             Opposite what was Jesus sitting (on the Mount of Olives)?  (Opposite the) Temple

Mark 13:3             Who asked him?  Peter, James, John and Andrew

Mark 13:3             How did Peter, James, John and Andrew ask him?  Privately

Mark 13:4             What tell us?  (Tell us) When these things will happen OR (And) What will be the sign that they are all about to be fulfilled

Mark 13:4             What will happen (be fulfilled)?  These things OR They all

Mark 13:5             Who said to them?  Jesus

Mark 13:5             What did Jesus say to them?  “Watch out that no one deceives you.”

Mark 13:5             Why watch out?  That no one deceives you

Mark 13:6             Who will come in my name claiming “I am he” and will deceive many?  Many

Mark 13:6             In what will many come?  (In) My name

Mark 13:6             Claiming what will many come?  (Claiming) I am he

Mark 13:6             Whom will many deceive?  Many

Mark 13:7             When do not be alarmed?  When you hear of wars and rumors of wars

Mark 13:7             Do not what?  (Do not) Be alarmed

Mark 13:7             What must happen (you hear of)?  Such things OR Wars and rumors of wars

Mark 13:7             What is to come (still)?  (The) End

Mark 13:7             When is the end to come?  Still

Mark 13:8             What will rise (against)?  Nation (nation) OR Kingdom (kingdom)

Mark 13:8             Against what will nation rise?  (Against) Nation

Mark 13:8             Against what will kingdom rise?  (Against) Kingdom

Mark 13:8             What will there be (in various places, are the beginning of birth pains)?  (These) Earthquakes and famines

Mark 13:8             In where will there be earthquakes (and famines)?  (In) Various places

Mark 13:8             Of what are these the beginning (earthquakes and famines the beginning)?  (Of) Birth pains

Mark 13:9             On what must you be?  (On) Your guard

Mark 13:9             To whom will you be handed over?  (To the) Local councils

Mark 13:9             What will you be?  Handed over OR Flogged

Mark 13:9             In what will you be flogged?  (In the) Synagogues

Mark 13:9             On what will you stand before governors and kings?  (On) Account (of me)

Mark 13:9             Before whom will you stand?  (Before) Governors and kings

Mark 13:9             As what will you stand before governors and kings (OR How will you stand before governors and kings)?  (As) Witnesses (to them)

Mark 13:10           What must be preached to all nations (first)?  (The) Gospel

Mark 13:10           When must the gospel be preached to all nations?  First

Mark 13:10           To whom must the gospel be preached (first)?  (To) All nations

Mark 13:11           When do not worry?  Beforehand OR Whenever you are arrested and brought to trial

Mark 13:11           Do not what?  (Do not) Worry

Mark 13:11           About what do not worry (beforehand)?  (About) What to say

Mark 13:11           Say what (just)?  (Just say) Whatever is given you at the time

Mark 13:11           Who is speaking (is it speaking)?  Not you OR (The) Holy Spirit

Mark 13:11           Why just say whatever is given you at the time?  For it is not you speaking but the Holy Spirit

Mark 13:12           Who will betray?  (A) Brother OR (A) Father

Mark 13:12           Whom will brother betray?  Brother

Mark 13:12           To what will brother betray brother (OR To what will a father betray his child OR To what will children have them put)?  (To) Death

Mark 13:12           Whom will a father betray?  His child

Mark 13:12           Who will rebel?  Children

Mark 13:12           Against whom will children rebel (and have put to death)?  (Them) Their parents (father)

Mark 13:13           Who will hate you?  All men

Mark 13:13           Why will all men hate you?  Because of me

Mark 13:13           Who will be saved?  He who stands firm to the end

Mark 13:13           What will he who stands firm to the end be?  Saved

Mark 13:14           When let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains?  When you see “the abomination that causes desolation” standing where it does not belong—(let the reader understand)—then

Mark 13:14           Let whom understand?  (Let the) Reader

Mark 13:14           Let whom flee to the mountains?  (Let) Those who are in Judea

Mark 13:14           To where let those who are in Judea flee?  (To the) Mountains

Mark 13:15           Let whom go down or enter the house?  (Let) No one on the roof of his house

Mark 13:15           What let no one on the roof of his house enter?  (The, his) House

Mark 13:15           Why let no one on the roof of his house go down or enter the house?  To take anything out

Mark 13:16           Let whom go back?  (Let) No one in the field

Mark 13:16           Why let no one in the field go back?  To get his cloak

Mark 13:17           What will it be for pregnant women and nursing mothers in those days?  (How) Dreadful

Mark 13:17           For whom will it be dreadful in those days?  (For) Pregnant women and nursing mothers

Mark 13:17           In what will it be dreadful for pregnant women and nursing mothers (OR When will it be dreadful for pregnant women and nursing mothers)?  (In) Those days

Mark 13:18           Pray what (that)?  (Pray that) This will not take place in winter

Mark 13:19           What will those be (those days be)?  (Days of) Distress unequaled from the beginning (when God created the world) until now

Mark 13:19           Of what will those be days?  (Of) Distress

Mark 13:19           How will those be days of suffering?  Unequaled from the beginning (when God created the world) until now OR Never to be equaled again

Mark 13:19           When did God create the world?  (The) Beginning

Mark 13:19           Who created the world?  God

Mark 13:19           What did God create?  (The) World

Mark 13:20          If what would no one survive?  (If the) Lord (he) had not cut short those days OR If he (the Lord) had not shortened them

Mark 13:20          Who would have survived if the Lord has not cut short those days (OR Who would have survived if he had not shortened them)?  No one

Mark 13:20          Why has he shortened them (OR Why did the Lord cut short those days)?  For the sake of the elect OR If the Lord had not (cut short those days) no one would have survived

Mark 13:20          Whom has he chosen?  (The) Elect

Mark 13:21           At when do not believe it if anyone says to you “Look here is the Christ!” or “Look there he is!”?  (At) That time

Mark 13:21           If what do not believe it (at that time)?  (If) Anyone says to you “Look here is the Christ!” or “Look there he is!”

Mark 13:21           Do not what if anyone says to you “Look here is the Christ!” or “Look there he is!”?  (Do not) Believe it

Mark 13:22          Who will appear and perform signs and miracles to deceive the elect if that were possible?  False Christs and (false) prophets

Mark 13:22          Why will false Christs and false prophets appear?  To deceive the elect, if that were possible

Mark 13:23          Be on what?  (Be on) Your guard

Mark 13:23          What have I told you?  Everything

Mark 13:23          When have I told you everything?  Ahead of time

Mark 13:24          In what will the sun be darkened and the moon will not give its light (OR When will the sun be darkened and the moon will not give its light)?  (In) Those days

Mark 13:24          Following what will the sun be darkened and the moon will not give its light?  (Following) That distress

Mark 13:24          What will be darkened?  (The) Sun

Mark 13:24          What will the sun be?  Darkened

Mark 13:24          What will not give its light?  (The) Moon

Mark 13:24          What will the moon not give?  Its light

Mark 13:25          What will fall from the sky?  (The) Stars

Mark 13:25          From what will the stars fall?  (From the) Sky

Mark 13:25          What will be shaken?  (The) Heavenly bodies

Mark 13:25          What will the heavenly bodies be?  Shaken

Mark 13:26          At when will men see the Son of Man coming in clouds and with great power and glory?  (At) That time

Mark 13:26          What will men see?  (The) Son of Man coming in clouds with great power and glory

Mark 13:26          Who will see the Son of Man coming?  Men

Mark 13:26          Whom will men see?  (The) Son of Man

Mark 13:27          Whom will he send?  His angels

Mark 13:27          Whom will he gather?  His elect

Mark 13:27          From where will he gather his elect?  (From the) Four winds OR (From the) Ends of the eart to the ends of the heavens

Mark 13:28          Learn what from the fig tree?  (This) lesson OR As soon as its twigs get tender and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near

Mark 13:28          From what learn this lesson?  (From the) Fig tree

Mark 13:28          As what do you know (OR When do you know)?  (As soon as) Its twigs get tender and its leaves come out

Mark 13:28          What get tender?  Its twigs

Mark 13:28          What do its twigs get?  Tender

Mark 13:28          What come out?  Its leaves

Mark 13:28          What do you know is near as soon as its twigs get tender and its leaves come out

Mark 13:29          When do you know that it is near, right at the door?  When you see these things happening

Mark 13:29          When do you know that it is when you see these things happening?  Near, right at the door

Mark 13:29          At what is it when you see these things happening (near, right)?  (At the) Door

Mark 13:30          What do I tell you?  (The) Truth OR This generation will certainly not pass away until all these things have happened

Mark 13:30          Who will not pass away until all these things have happened (certainly)?  (This) generation

Mark 13:30          How will this generation not pass away until all these things have happened?  Certainly

Mark 13:30          Until when will this generation not pass away (certainly)?  (Until) All these things have happened

Mark 13:31           What will pass away?  Heaven and earth OR Never my words

Mark 13:32          Who knows about that day or hour?  No one OR Not (even the) angels in heaven nor the Son OR (Only the) Father

Mark 13:32          About what does no one know (not even the angels in heaven, but only the Father)?  (About) That day or hour

Mark 13:33          Be what?  (Be) On guard OR (Be) Alert

Mark 13:33          When do you not know?  When that time will come

Mark 13:33          What will come?  That time

Mark 13:34          It’s like whom?  (A) Man going away

Mark 13:34          What does he leave (a man going away leave)?  His house

Mark 13:34          Whom does he put in charge, each with his assigned task (a man going away put in charge, each with his assigned task)?  His servants

Mark 13:34          Whom does he tell (a man going away tell)?  (The) One at the door

Mark 13:34          What does he tell the one at the door (a man going away tell the one at the door, to)?  Keep watch

Mark 13:35          Keep what?  (Keep) Watch

Mark 13:35          Why keep watch?  Because you do not know when the owner of the house will come back—whether in the evening or at midnight or when the rooster crows or at dawn

Mark 13:35          When do you not know?  When the owner of the house will come back OR Whether in the evening, (or at) midnight, (or) when the rooster crows or (at) dawn

Mark 13:35          Who will come back (you don’t know when!)?  (The) Owner of the house

Mark 13:35          What crows?  (The) Rooster

Mark 13:36          If what do not let him find you sleeping?  If he comes suddenly

Mark 13:36          Do not what if he comes suddenly?  (Do not) Let him find you sleeping

Mark 13:37          What do I say to everyone?  What I say to you OR “Watch!”

Mark 13:37          What do I say to you?  What I say to everyone OR “Watch!”

Mark 13:37          To whom do I say?  (To you, to) Everyone