CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - KCSE Prediction Papers 2022

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Instructions to Candidates

  • Write your name and index number in the spaces provided.
  • There are six printed questions.
  • Attempt any FIVE questions.
  • Each question carries 20 marks.


Questions

  1.                                  
    1. Outline Nathan’s prophecy concerning the Messiah. (2 Samuel 7:3-1) (6mks)
    2. State the message of Angel Gabriel about Jesus during the annunciation of his birth in (Luke 1:32-35). (7mks)
    3. Give seven ways in which parents develop their children’s spiritual life. (7mks)
  2.                        
    1. Describe the healing of the woman with a flow of blood. (Lk.8:43-48) (7mks)
    2. State the importance of the transfiguration of Jesus to his disciples. (7mks)
    3. Give six lessons Christians learn about Jesus from the healing miracles (6mks)
  3.                        
    1. Outline the instructions that Jesus gave his disciples. (7mks)
    2. State the characteristics of the kingdom of God. (7mks)
    3. Give reasons why Christians should have faith in God. (6mks)
  4.                            
    1. Give eight reasons why Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to the disciples after His Ascension. (8mks)
    2. Explain peter’s teachings about the people of God (1Peter 2:9-10) (7mks)
    3. Identify reasons why the fruit of self-control is necessary in the church today. (5mks)
  5.                            
    1. State the importance of leisure. (7mks)
    2. Explain the criteria for evaluating Christian use of leisure. (7mks)
    3. How can Christian help in the fight against drug abuse? (6mks)
  6.                      
    1. Identify obstacles to effective maintenance of law and order in the modern society. (7mks)
    2. State seven roles the church can play in transforming the political life of the society.(7mks)
    3. State the role of the church during the COVID-19 pandemic. (6mks)


 



 



 



 



 



 



 



Marking Scheme 

  1.                          
    1. Outline Nathan’s prophecyconcerning the Messiah.(2 Samuel 7:3-17)
      • He will be a descendant of King David.
      • He will establish everlasting Kingdom.
      • The Messiah would rule over Israel.
      • He will deliver Israel from political enemies.
      • Messiah will always be supported by God.
      • He will be agreed King whose Kingdom will be kept strong.
      • He will be God’s son and God will be his father.
    2. State the message of Angel Gabriel about Jesus during the annunciation of his birth in (Luke 1:32-35)
      • His name shall be Jesus.
      • He will be great.
      • He will be called the child of the Most High.
      • The Lord will give him the throne of his father David.
      • He will reign over the house of Jacob forever.
      • He will establish an everlasting Kingdom.
      • He will be conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit.
      • He will be called Holy
      • Son of God.
    3. Give seven ways in which parents develop their children’s spiritual life.
      • By being good role models.
      • By taking children to church for dedication and thanksgiving.
      • They allow their children to interact with others during Sunday school.
      • Praying to God to guide their children.
      • They expose their children to church activities.
      • Rebuking their children when they go wrong/primand/discipline/correcting them.
      • Teaching them to read the Bible.
  2.                              
    1. Healing of the women with a flow of blood (Luke 8:43-48)
      • As Jesus went to Jairus house people pressed around them.
      • A woman who had a flow of blood for twelve years came behind Jesus.
      • He touched the fringe of the garment of Jesus.
      • He got healed immediately / the flow stopped.
      • Jesus asked who had touched him as some power had gone out of him.
      • People denied it.
      • Peter explained that the multitude was pressing on him.
      • Jesus replied that someone touched him as some power had gone out of him.
      • When the woman saw that she could not hide anymore she came trembling.
      • She explained how she touched him and was healed immediately.
      • Jesus told her that her faith had made her well and to go in peace.
    2. The importance of the transfiguration of Jesus to his disciples.(Luke 9:28-36)
      • They learnt that Jesus was the son of God.
      • They learnt that Jesus had come to do his father’s will.
      • The learnt that Jesus would be glorified after resurrection.
      • They learnt that Jesus’ death was inevitable.
      • Their faith in Jesus was strengthened.
      • They witnessed the presence of God.
      • They were to listen to / obey whatever Jesus told them about his suffering, death and resurrection.
      • They knew Jesus had come to fulfil the OT. Prophecies.
      • It prepared Peter for future leadership roles.
    3. Six lessons Christians learn about Jesus from the healing miracles
      • Jesus has power over sicknesses and diseases.
      • Jesus is a universal saviour
      • Jesus requires faith if one is to be healed.
      • He has power to forgive sins.
      • He is the son of God.
      • He has power over the evil spirit.
      • Jesus is merciful / compassionate.
      • He heals both physically and spiritually ill.
      • Jesus expects the healed to appreciate.
      • Jesus is concerned about the total wellbeing of a person.
      • Jesus is the Lord of life.
      • Jesus is power.
      • Jesus is a healer.
  3.                      
    1. The instructions that Jesus gave to the seventy two disciples when he sent them on a mission.
      • The disciples were to pray for more labourers to be sent for the harvest,
      • The disciples were not to carry any pulse / bag / sandals.
      • They were not to salute anyone on the road.
      • They were to say peace any house they entered.
      • They were to remain in the same house / not to go from house to house.
      • They were to eat / drink whatever was provided.
      • They were to heal the sick
      • They were, to tell the people that the kingdom of God has corne near
      • They were to wipe off the dust on their feet against the people if not received
    2. State the characteristics of the kingdom of God
      • Jesus said that the kingdom of God has a humble beginning
      • It grows secretly
      • It belongs to those who hear the word of God and do according to it
      • It is precious
      • Those who wish to belong to the kingdom must repent their sins
      • There is a reward to those who accepts God’s rule in their hearts
      • It is universal
      • It transforms those who enter it
    3. Give reasons why Christians should have faith in God
      • God fulfils the promises he makes to human beings
      • Faith is a requirement for all Christians
      • Those who pray in faith receive their request
      • Christians are dependent on God for all things
      • Faith is a sign of commitment to God / helps Christians to grow spiritually
      • It is through faith in God that Christians can perform miracles / great things
      • Christians who have faith in God can be saved / healed
      • Faith in God helps Christians to overcome temptations / face challenges / persecution.
      • Faith in God enables the Christians to wait for second coming of Jesus kingdom of God (6 x 1 = 6mks)
  4.                      
    1. Give eight reasons why Jesus sent the Holy spirit to the disciples after his ascension.
      • He was to counsel the disciples
      • The Holy Spirit would comfort the disciples
      • He would guide the disciples on what is right
      • He was to convict people of their sinsHe was to
      • remind the disciples of what Jesus taught them
      • He would teach people the ways/truth of the Kingdom of God
      • He would glorify Jesus through the work of the disciples to perform miracles
      • He would replace the physical presence of Jesus
      • He would empower the disciples to be able to speak/courage/confidence.
    2. Peter’s teaching about the people of God.
      • The believers are chosen people/race/they have been selected.
      • They are a royal priesthood/they are to save the greatest King/God.
      • They are Holy nation/expected to lead holy/righteousness lives
      • They belong to God/they form a family of God’s own possession.
      • They are to declare wonderful deeds of God/that is to lead a life of worshippingGod/testifying about God.
      • They were called from darkness to light/their lives had been transformed and should not be dominated by evil.
      • They were once not a people/they were outside the covenant way of life.
      • They are led by the mercies of God/have received God’s grace
    3. Identify reasons why the fruit of self- control is necessary in the church today.
      • Self-control helps Christians to control their emotions when dealing with other believers.
      • Self-control help Christians to tolerate other believers i.e leadership in church
      • Self-control promotes unity among believers because one is able to deal with issues
      • Self-control helps Christians to control their sexual desires.
      • Self-control helps Christians to live peacefully with one another.
  5.                      
    1. The importance of leisure.
      • It is time which one uses to rest and replace lost energy.
      • Leisure is very important to a worker to enable him attend celebrations.
      • Workers need leisure period to attend church and worship God.
      • Leisure is important for one to socialise / attend social functions such as weddings, birth days
      • Leisure time is important because one would use it to travel and visit friends.
      • During leisure one gets time to develop their talents and hobbies.
      • It is time used to enhance and acquire new skills and knowledge.
      • It can also be used to engage in income generating activities.
    2. Criteria for evaluating Christians use of Leisure.
      • There should be a balance between active and passive leisure to avoid over indulgence.
      • The choice of leisure activity should not negatively affect one and other people in the community.
      • Leisure should only come after work as a form of rest and relaxation.
      • One should consider only those activities that are moral and promote Christian principles.
      • Leisure that makes one to be extravagant should be avoided.
      • One should reject those leisure activities that are dangerous to one’s health.
      • The principle of moderation should be applied in any leisure activity undertaken to avoid danger of addiction.
      • One should engage in activities that promote service to others.
      • Any leisure activity that has inbuilt risks should be avoided.
    3. How Christians can help in the fight against drug abuse
      • Educating masses on dangers of drug abuse.
      • Reporting drug dealers to the police.
      • Condemning drug trafficking/sale.
      • Rehabilitating drug addicts.
      • Creating employment to youth.
      • Guiding and counselling to families of drug addicts to eradicate stigma.
      • Preaching to and praying for drug addicts.
      • Support to the NGO.
      • Publishing books and journals.
  6.                  
    1. Identify obstacles to effective maintenance of law and order in the modern society. 
      • Laxity of law enforcement agencies
      • Corruption/bribery
      • Unemployment leads to crime
      • Unequal distribution of wealth
      • Lenient punishment given to offenders
      • Drug abuse
      • Bad examples from leaders
      • Greed for power
      • Ignorance of the law
      • Permissiveness in the society
    2. State seven roles the church can play in transforming the political life of the society.
      • Offering civil education
      • Participating in law reform process
      • Participating in civic and parliamentary election
      • Condemning evils in the public institutions
      • Reconcile warring parties
      • Preaching peace, love and unity
      • Obeying laws of the land.
    3. State the role of the church during the COVID-19 pandemic
      • Guide and counsel both the infected and affected
      • The church should construct isolation centers for the infected.
      • Provide mobile health facilities to curb the situation
      • Obey the government policy of the curfew
      • Provide masks, sanitizers to the Christian
      • Pray for/with them.

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