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    1. Outline Nathan’s prophecy concerning the messiah (2 Sam 7:3-17) 6 marks.
    2. What took place when Mary visited Elizabeth? (Luke 1:39-56) 7mks.
    3. What is the significance of what happened at the time of Jesus’birth to a Christian today?7mks.
    1. Outline the teachings of John the Baptist in the wilderness.(Luke 3:7-20) 7 marks.
    2. Describe the incident when Jesus was tempted in the wilderness (Luke 4:1-13) 7marks.
    3. Outline six ways in which a Christian can be tempted today. 6 marks.
    1. Describe the raising of Jairus’ daughter (Luke 8:40-56) 7marks.
    2. Give an account of the preparation of the last supper (Luke22:7-13) 6marks.
    3. State seven lessons that Christians learn about Jesus from the events which took place on the cross.7marks
    1. How did the Holy Spirit manifest Himself on the day of Pentecost? 5marks
    2. Outline the teachings of St.Paul on the unity of believers in the image of the body of     Christ.8marks
    3. Outline seven leadership qualities demonstrated by Peter on the day of Pentecost. 7marks
    1. Describe seven Christian teachings on human sexuality. 7marks
    2. Outline seven qualities of good leisure from a Christian point of view.7marks
    3. Give reasons why children should participate in church activities.6marks                                      
    1. Identify ways in which wealth is acquired in the traditional African society. 6 marks
    2. Explain eight causes of poverty in Kenya today. 8marks
    3. Suggest six ways in which the government of Kenya reduces problems related to land conflict. 6marks


    1. Nathan’s prophecy concerning the messiah 2sam 7:3-17(6marks)
      1. God would ensure that the Kingdom of David lasts forever
      2. An heir from David’s lineage would always be raised up to sit on the throne
      3. The King would save the people of Israel from their enemies
      4. God would always support such a king
      5. God would keep the kingdom strong for David’s son
      6. God would make David’s name great and bless his descendants forever
      7. God would give Israel their own land
    2. Events that took place when Mary visited Elizabeth Luke1:39-56(7 marks)
      1. She entered Zachariah’s home/house
      2. Mary greeted Elizabeth
      3. When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greetings the baby in her womb leapt
      4. Elizabeth was filled with the Holy spirit
      5. Elizabeth exclaimed with a loud cry
      6. She blessed Mary/the child in her womb
      7. Elizabeth wondered why Mary the mother of the Lord visited her
      8. Elizabeth informed Mary that the baby in her womb leapt for the joy of the greetings
      9. Mary responded by praising God/ sung the Magnificat
      10. Mary stayed with Elizabeth for the three months
    3. Significance of the events that took place at the time of Jesus’ birth (7marks)
      1. The census was an order /decree for the whole world hence signified that Jesus will bring salvation to all mankind
      2. The baby in the manger shows that Jesus will bring salvation to the poor
      3. Also that Christ will bridge the gap between the rich and the poor
      4. The angels and the shepherds show that Jesus will be the shepherd of all hearts
      5. That Jesus will raise the status of the despised people in the society
      6. The wrapping of the swaddling clothes showed he was humble/was from a humble background
      7. The appearing of the angels singing showed that Jesus was great and mighty
      8. The shinning of the glory of the lord showed holiness
    1. Teachings of John the Baptist in the wilderness Luke3:7-20(7 marks)
      1. He told the people to repent, be baptized for the forgiveness of sins
      2. John condemned the hypocrisy of the Jews/their claim for ancestry to Abraham
      3. He announced the coming judgment to be affected by the Messiah /the axed is laid and every tree that does not bear fruit is cut down / his winnowing fork is in his hand
      4. John asked the people to be charitable/ he who has two coats should give on to the one who has none
      5. He advised tax collectors to be honest in their work/collect no more than is appointed to you
      6. To the soldiers, he asked them not to rob anyone or give false accusation /be contented with their wages
      7. He taught about the Messiah who is mightier than Him/will baptize with the Holy spirit
      8. He condemned the immoral behavior of the King for taking his brother’s wife
    2. The incident when Jesus was tempted in the wilderness (7marks)
      1. The holy spirit led Jesus into the wilderness for forty days
      2. While in the wilderness He ate nothing /he was hungry
      3. The devil told him to command the stones to bread
      4. Jesus answered him that man does not live by bread alone
      5. The devil took Him up and showed Him the kingdoms of the world/ showed Him all authority and glory if he bows down and worship him
      6. Jesus replied that it’s written, ` you shall worship the Lord your God and serve Him alone.’
      7. The devil took Jesus to the pinnacle of the temple telling him to throw himself down and God’s angels will guard Him
      8. Jesus replied, `you shall not tempt the Lord your God’
      9. The devil departed from Him until an opportune time
    3. Outline six ways in which a Christian can be tempted today(6 marks)
      1. A Christian may be tempted to take a bribe in order to extend somebody a favor
      2. A Christian may be tempted to engage in forbidden sex due to peer pressure
      3. A Christian student may be tempted to cheat in exams to get high grades
      4. A Christian may be tempted to abandon his/her faith by negative comments from friends
      5. A Christian can be tempted to be involved in drugs and alcohol abuse by friends in order to fit in the group
      6. A Christian in a high ranking position may be tempted to use his/her Affluence to take advantage of those who serve under him/her
      7. A Christian who has a spiritual gift such as healing can be tempted to use it to show off or take money which is against God’s will
    1. Raising of Jairus’ daughter luke8:40-56(7marks)
      1. A man named Jairus, an official in the synagogue came and humbled himself before Jesus
      2. He begged Jesus to go and heal his daughter who was sick
      3. On the way to Jairus home a crowd followed Him
      4. A woman in the crowd who had a flow of blood touched Jesus’ cloak and the bleeding stopped instantly
      5. Jesus asked the one who touched Him and the healed woman trembled and knelt before Jesus to explain the healing
      6. Jesus told her to go in peace for her faith had healed her
      7. In the meantime, a message was brought to Him that Jairus daughter is already dead
      8. Jesus told Jairus not to despair but have faith in God
      9. Jesus entered Jairus house with His disciples Peter, John and James and the girl’s parents
      10. He told the crowd not to mourn because the child was asleep/to which they mocked]
      11. He held the hand of the girl and commanded her to get up
      12. The girl rose from the dead to the amazement to those present
      13. Jesus directed that some food be given to her
      14. He instructed the parents to keep this message secret
    2. Preparation of the last supper luke22:7-13(6marks)
      1. The disciples asked Jesus for the venue of the Passover
      2. Two of them (Peter and John) were told to go to the city and follow a man carrying a jar of water
      3. They followed the instructions and followed the man with a jar
      4. They entered his house and asked for a guest room where Jesus and His disciples would celebrate the Passover
      5. They were shown a large room which they prepared as per the instructions
      6. They set the Passover meal
      7. Jesus arrived in the evening for the celebrations
    3. lessons that Christians can learn about Jesus from the events which took place on the cross(7marks)
      1. He forgives sin
      2. Jesus is the son of God
      3. He is the suffering servant of God
      4. He was innocent
      5. Jesus is the savior
      6. He is universal
      7. He had faith in God
      8. Jesus was righteous
      9. Jesus was divine
      10. Jesus was humble
    1. manifestation of the Holy spirit on the day of Pentecost (5marks)
      1. A sound from heaven as a rushing mighty wind
      2. Tongues of fire appeared and sat upon each of them
      3. The apostles began to speak in tongues
      4. Peter boldly defended the disciples that they were not drunk
      5. Peter witnessed about Jesus Christ whom they killed
      6. Peter quoted the prophecies in the old testament (Joel)
      7. Three thousand people repented their sins and they were baptized
    2. Teachings of St Paul on the unity of believers in the image of the body of Christ (8 marks)
      1. The church, like the human body has different parts which work for the total well-being of the whole body
      2. Christians are members of one body through being empowered by one spirit of God
      3. Christian are one body of Christ through baptism
      4. Each member of the body has different a role to play
      5. It is the will of God for the church to be served in different ways by people with different gifts of the Holy Spirit
      6. The gifts should be used by the church to glorify God
      7. All members of the church share same rights and privileges in a body of Christ
      8. Christians should remain united in Christ as they play different roles in the church
      9. Christians should be concerned with their own lives as that of fellow believers
      10. Christians should have humility, gentleness and patience in order to promote unity among Christians
    3. Six leadership qualities demonstrated by Peter on the day of Pentecost (7marks)
      1. Wisdom/understanding
      2. Courage/bravery
      3. Principled/decision making/advisor/counselor
      4. Ability to protect/defend others
      5. Focused/visionary/knew God’s will
      6. God fearing/had faith
      7. Eloquence/charismatic
      8. Knowledge/knew the scriptures
    1. Christian teachings on human sexuality (7 marks)
      1. Human sexuality is a gift from God
      2. Male and female have distinct role in creation, biological and emotional functions
      3. Male and females complement each other
      4. Both male and females are made in the image of God
      5. The union of males and females is consummated in marriage
      6. Male and female should live together in harmony
      7. Human sexuality is for procreation and upbringing of the children
      8. Sexual deviations such as homosexuality, bestiality, adultery are highly condemned
    2. Qualities of good leisure from a Christian point of view (7 marks)
      1. It should serve God’s purpose /an act of worship to God
      2. It should come after work
      3. It should be used for the good of others e.g. helping the needy
      4. It should free us from normal routine
      5. It should build/develop the body, mind and soul
      6. It should not destroy self-respect/should be moral within the laws of God
      7. It should involve friendly activities and associations
      8. It should bring people together/should unite people in fellowship
      9. It should be enjoyed with moderation
      10. It should not be used to escape from social responsibilities
      11. It should not cause harm to others
    3. Reasons why children should participate in church activities (6 marks)
      1. They are made in the image of God
      2. To follow example of Jesus who went to the temple
      3. To prepare them for future roles as leaders
      4. To teach them religious beliefs
      5. To lay foundation for Christian values
      6. To help develop their talents
      7. To give them time to socialize with others
      8. To help them spend their time positively
      9. Jesus blessed children and said the kingdom belongs to them
    1. Ways in which wealth was acquired in the traditional African society (7 marks)
      1. Through inheritance of property from parents
      2. As a gift from friends/relatives
      3. Through payment of bride wealth
      4. Through farming and livestock rearing
      5. Through barter trade
      6. Through raids
      7. Through use of skills
      8. Through marrying many wives and having many children
      9. Through exploitation of natural resources
      10. Through the use of talents
    2. Causes of poverty in Kenya(8marks)
      1. Political instability
      2. Lack of capital to start self-employment
      3. Lack of formal employment
      4. Unbecoming habits e.g. drug abuse, idleness
      5. Laziness
      6. Negative attitude towards manual work
      7. Poor infrastructural facilities
      8. Unequal distribution of resources
      9. Over dependence on foreign aid
    3. ways in which the government of Kenya reduces problems to land conflict( 5marks)
      1. Issuing title deeds
      2. Settling landless people
      3. Relocating people living in reserved areas
      4. Initiating dialogue between warring communities/parties
      5. Allocating enough land for public utilities
      6. Empowering traditional elders to settle land disputes
      7. Establishing machinery to ensure that land transfers are legally carried out
      8. Protecting gazetted land against human settlement.


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