CRE PAPER 2 - 2019 LANJET JOINT MOCK EXAMINATION

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  1.  
    1. What was prophet Jeremiah’s message about the Messiah? (Jeremiah 23:5-6) (6mks)
    2. Explain Simeon’s prophetic message about Jesus during his dedication. (7mks)
    3. From Mary’s song magnificat, give seven ways in which the church can help to uplift the lives of the less fortunate.                      (7mks)
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    1. Identify the teachings of Jesus on the parable of the sower. (6mks
    2. Relate the miracle of Jesus healing of the centurion servant (Luke 7:1-10)       (8mks)
    3. What lessons can Christians learn from the healing of the centurion servant? (6mks)
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    1. Outline the instructions given to seventy two disciples before sending them on their mission         (6mks)
    2. Explain Jesus teachings on the growth of the kingdom of God using parables. (8mks)
    3. State six lessons why Christians find it difficult to accept the gospel. (6mks)
  1.  
    1. Outline seven teachings of Jesus on the role of Holy Spirit (7mks)
    2. Explain the unity of believers as expressed in the image of the ‘church” (Ephesians 5:21-32)               (6mks)
    3. State seven ways in which Christians use the gift of wisdom in their daily lives (7mks)
  1.  
    1. Explain three life skills that can help the youth to fight evils like corruption     (6mks)
    2. State seven Christian teachings on family (7mks)
    3. In what ways can a Christian deal with the temptation of having sex before marriage (7mks)
  1.  
    1. State seven duties of citizens to the nation (7mks)
    2. Explain how money economy has undermined the principles of Christian living(8mks)
    3. Identify five traditional African practices that promote law, order and justice (5mks)


MARKING SCHEME

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    1. Jeremiah’s prophecy about the Messiah                         (6marks)
      1. The Messiah would be a descendant/branch/offspring of David.
      2. The Messiah would be righteous
      3. The Messiah would reign over the people, i.e. would be a king.
      4. He would execute justice
      5. In His days, Judah will be saved and Israel would live safely
      6. He would be called the Lord our righteousness/ salvation
      7. Peace would prevail because of His justice and salvation.
        (Open) (Any 6pointsx1)
    2. Simeon’s prophetic message about Jesus during His dedication                (6marks)
      1. Jesus was the Son of God
      2. He was the Savior to the world
      3. He would be the light of the Gentiles
      4. He would liberate the Israelites from oppression
      5. He would cause the rise and fall of many in Israel
      6. He would bring joy to many
      7. He would suffer for the sake of humankind
      8. He would cause suffering to His mother through His death.
        (Closed) (First 7point x1)
    3. From Mary’s song, the Magnificate, give 7 ways in which the church can help to uplift the life of the less fortunate      (7marks)
      1. Preaching to them good news of salvation
      2. Encouraging them to seek for salvation offered by God
      3. Encouraging them to emulate God by living holy lives and avoiding crime
      4. Encouraging them to trust in God’s providence
      5. Encouraging to pray to God for their needs
      6. Assure them of God’s blessings for the humble
      7. Show compassion towards them
      8. Giving alms to them
      9. Feeding them, visiting them, building them shelters
      10. Empowering them economically
        (Closed)(First 7points x1)
  2.  
    1. Identify the teachings of Jesus on the parable of the sower                         (6marks)
      1. The parable teaches Christians how to hear and receive the Word of God
      2. The word of God is preached to all people who receive I differently
      3. There are those who hear the word but they are not able to withstand temptations and so abandon it
      4. Other people hear the word but they give the devil a chance to take it from them
      5. There are other people who hear the word but they allow worries, riches and pleasures of the world to take it from them
      6. There are those who hear the word, believe it and practice its teachings
        (Closed) (First 6points x1)
    2. Relate the miracle of Jesus healing the centurion servant(Luke 7:1-10)         (8mks)
      1. In Capernaum, there was a centurion who had a sick slave at the point of death
      2. He knew that Jesus had the power to heal
      3. He sent Jewish elders to ask Him to come and heal his slave.
      4. The elders went and requested Jesus to go and heal the centurion’s servant
      5. The intercession of the Jewish leaders made Jesus turn towards the centurion’s house
      6. When the centurion heard that Jesus was coming to him, he sent his friends to stop Him
      7. The centurion showed great faith in Jesus ability by saying “say a word for the servant to be well”
      8. Jesus marveled at his faith. Jesus turned to the multitude and said He had not found such faith
      9. Even in Israel, when those who had been sent returned home, they found the slave well.
        (Any well discussed points) (8 x1points)
    3. What lessons can Christians learn from the healing of the Centurion’s servant       (6mks)
      1. Christians learn to have faith in God
      2. Christians should now that Jesus has power to heal all forms of diseases
      3. Jesus has compassion for those who are suffering
      4. Jesus’ mission was for all who believed Him, regardless of race, tribe, gender or creed.
      5. Christians have hope of resurrection in Jesus Christ
      6. Those who are humbled will be exalted
      7. Christians should believe in Jesus power and Lordship
      8. Employers should treat their workers with compassion
      9. Ceremonial laws cannot prevent Christians from receiving Jesus compassion
        (Open)(Any 6points x1)
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    1. Outline the instructions given to the 72 disciples before sending them on the mission (6mks)
      1. They were not to carry money, food or clothing
      2. They were to preach peace in the houses which they entered
      3. They were to heal the sick
      4. They were to preach the kingdom of God
      5. They were to shake off dust from their feet where they were rejected
      6. They were not to salute anyone on the way
      7. They were to remain in one house
      8. They were to eat and drink what was provided to them
        (Open) (Any 6points x1)
    2.  Explain Jesus teachings on the growth of the kingdom of God using parables (8mks)
      1. He used parable of unfruitful fig tree i.e. he came to give sinners time to separate so as to get the kingdom of God.
      2. In the parable of the mustard seed Jesus showed that the kingdom of God starts from a humble beginning.
      3. In the parable of the yeast he showed the kingdom grows secretly in the heart of people.
      4. In the parable of the pearl, he showed kingdom of God is precious.
      5. In the parable of the sower, he taught kingdom of God belongs to those who hear the word and do according to it.
          (4 point x2 =8mrks)(Candidates must give the parable)
    3.  State six reasons why Christians find it difficult to accept the gospel (6mks)
      1. Alternative religions/denominations.
      2. Too much wealth/riches.
      3. It is too demanding.
      4. Lack of absolute faith in God.
      5. Science and technology seems to provide solutions to man’s problem.
      6. Lack of good role model.
      7. Discouragement from church leaders.
      8. Permissiveness in the society.
      9. Drug abuse makes people not to think about God.
        (Closed)(First six point x1=6mks)
  4.  
    1. Outline seven teachings of Jesus on the role of the holy spirit 7mks
      1. The Holy Spirit will be a counselor advocate/helper/comforter.
      2. The Holy Spirit would remind the disciples of the teachings of Jesus.
      3. He would convict the world sin.
      4. He would guide Christians into the truth of Jesus teachings.
      5. He would replace Jesus.
      6. He would give glory to Jesus/to God the father.
      7. Would enable Christians to obey God’s law/commandments.
      8. He would continue Jesus work of forgiving sins.
      9. He would give the disciples wisdom to discern and expose the secret heart of sinful people.
         (Closed)(First seven points x1=7mks)
    2. Explain the unity of believes as expressed in the image of the ‘church’ Ephesians 5:21-32 6mks
      1. The church refers to the people of God/assembly of God universal congregation of all those who process the Christian faith.
      2. Paul uses the relationship between husband and wife to show unity in the church.
      3. Jesus is the head of the church just like the husband is the head of the wife.
      4. Jesus loved the church just like a husband loves the wife.
      5. The church is subordinate to Christ the head.
      6. Christians should be united with Christ just as a husband and wife are united in marriage.
      7. The church must submit to Christ just as wife submits to her husband.
      8. The union between the church and Christ is everlasting just like marriage.
      9. Through Jesus all Christians are united regardless of their differences.
           (Any six point x1) candidates must show relationship
    3.  State seven ways in which Christians use the gift of wisdom in their daily lives.
      1. In making their day to day decisions.
      2. In handling leadership in church.
      3. When arbitrating between two parties in controversial issues.
      4. In making difficult choices in their lives.
      5. In handling the church’s financial matters.
      6. In preaching the word of God.
      7. In understanding and interacting God’s message.
      8. In guiding Christian in spiritual matters.
      9. When choosing leaders.
      10. When praying so as to be able to pray wisely.
         (Closed)(First seven pointx1=7mks)
  5.  
    1. Explain three life skills that help the youth to fight evils like corruption.(6mks)
      1. Critical thinking- have careful consideration of the good and bad effects of corruption.
      2. Creative thinking- new imaginative and original ideas of how to fight corruption.
      3. Decision making- decide or make choices weigh cons and pros of doing or not doing.
      4. Self esteem- high regard of oneself not to enter in this vice.
      5. Assertiveness- having courage to say no.
        (Well discussed 3x2=6mks)
    2. State seven Christian teaching in family. 7mks
      1. The Christian family begins with marriage.
      2. The family is monogamous.
      3. It is complete with or without children.
      4. The union between husband and wife in a family signify the union between Christ and the church.
      5. Each member has definite role and responsibility.
      6. Parents should not provoke their children to anger.
      7. Christian family solves problems through reconciliation.
      8. Children should obey their parents.
      9. Children should be brought up in Christian principles.
         (Closed)(First 7x1=7mks)
    3. In what way can a Christian deal with the temptation of having sex before marriage (6mks)
      1. Use the power of prayer to overcome temptations.
      2. Avoid staying alone especially in the dark with a person of the opposite sex.
      3. God for guiding and counseling from the church elders.
      4. Choose the right friends.
      5. Choose the right leisure activities.
      6. Read the bible for enlightment and encouragement.
      7. Read literative on human sexuality to remove ignorance.
      8. Always busy.
      9. Obey god’s command in keeping body pure.
      10. Avoid kissing- it may be arousing to the opposite sex.
      11. Be decently dressed.
      12. Avoid watching pornography.
           (Open)(Any 6 points x 1=6mks)
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    1. State seven duties of citizens to the nation 7mks
      1. Obey and respect authority.
      2. Register as a voter and vote in national election.
      3. Respect other people’s right.
      4. Respect the law of the country.
      5. Care for the sick and the needy.
      6. Conserve national resources.
      7. Pay tax.
      8. Participate in national development.
      9. Promote peace and harmony in the society.
      10. Report errant members of the society to the law enforcement agents.
      11. Protect the environment.
      12. Respect the flag and national anthem.
      13. Be responsible at work.
      14. Understand and defend other people’s rights and responsibility.
         (Closed) (First 7 points x1=7mks)
    2. Explain how money economy has undermined the principles of Christian living. 8mks
      1. There is use of corruption/bribery, giving false witness and other immoral practices.
      2. People are discriminated against because of poverty.
      3. There is power struggle to acquire wealth/ richness and to protect it.
      4. Wage labour has undermined the family unit.
      5. People sell family land and end up leaving as squatters/labourers on the very land/homeless.
      6. There is the rise of individualism/unwillingness to share.
      7. Development of class system in Africa.
      8. Bribe price/marriage has been commercialized thus undermining love/equality in the home.
      9. Struggle to acquire has undermined. Commitment to God/worship of God.
         (Open)(Any 8 pointsx1=8mks)
    3. Identify five traditional African practices that promote law/ order and justice 5mks
      1. Use of good literature.
      2. Religious beliefs and practices.
      3. The kingship ties.
      4. Rites of passage.
      5. Political organization.
      6. Taboos and customary laws.
      7. Reward/ praise for the upright.
           (Closed)(First 5 points x1=5mks)

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