CRE PAPER 2 - KCSE 2019 MOKASA PRE MOCK EXAMINATION

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  1.  
    1. State six prophecies about Jesus according to Prophet Nathan ( 2 Samuel 7: 3- 17) (6mks)
    2. Give seven revelations about the child as given by Angel Gabriel to Mary  (7mks)                 
    3. What lessons do Christians learn from the visit of Mary to Elizabeth. (Luke 1: 39-56).(7mks)                                                                                               
  2.  
    1. Describe the incident when Jesus was rejected at Nazareth (Luke 4:14 – 30)(8mks)       
    2. Identify six reasons why Jesus faced opposition from the Jewish religious leaders in Galilee.                                                                                             
    3. Give seven ways in which the church leaders are preparing the society for the second coming of Jesus.   (7mks)                                               
  3.  
    1. Identify five teachings that Jesus made to the guests at the Pharisees’ house  (Lk 14: 1– 14)                                           
    2. Describe the Triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem as recorded in Luke 19: 28- 40    (7 marks)                                                                                   
    3. Give six reasons why should Christians are discouraged from taking part is mob justice?                   (6 marks)                                                                          
  4.  
    1. List seven gifts of the Holy Spirit as taught by St. Paul (1 Corinthians 12,13,14)          (7mks)
    2. Outline teachings of the unity of believers as expressed in the concept of the Bride and the Groom (2 Corinthians 11:2, Rev 21:1-12)        (8mks)
    3. State how kindness as a fruit of the Holy Spirit is abused in the Church in Kenya today.         (5marks)          
  5.  
    1. Explain seven effects of prostitution in a Christian family.                           (7mks)                                                
    2. State seven factors that one should consider when choosing a career.         (7mks)                      
    3. Identify six ways in which a Christian youth can avoid being influenced into drug abuse.   (6mks)                                                                                    
  6.  
    1. Outline seven causes of poverty in Kenya today.        (7mks)                                                            
    2. Explain seven reasons why crime rate has greatly increased in society today.           (7mks)
    3. Show how science and technology can help reduce the level of poverty in Kenya today.  (6mks)


MARKING SCHEME

  1.  
    1. Six prophecies about Jesus according to Prophet Nathan.
      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
      3. The king would deliver / save the people from their enemies / protect.
      4. God would support such a king
      5. God would keep the Kingdom strong for David’s sons.
      6. God would make David’s name great and bless his descendants forever.
      7. God would give the Israelites their own land.
        (any 6x1 = 6mks)
    2. Revelations about the child as given by Angel Gabriel to Mary. 7mks
      1. He was to be great.
      2. Will be the son of God.
      3. He would be a Holy child.
      4. He was to rule over the house of Jacob.
      5. Was to be given the throne of David
      6. He would have an everlasting kingdom/never end
      7. He was to be conceived through the power of the Holy Spirit.
      8. Be called Jesus
      9. He will be mighty
      10. Son of the most high
        7 x 1 = 7marks
    3. What lessons do Christians learn from the visit of Mary to Elizabeth. (Luke 1: 39-56).
      1. Christians should maintain good relationship with their relatives.
      2. Christians should be obedient to God for them to be rewarded.
      3. Christians should humble themselves before God.
      4. Christians learn that God fulfills His promises.
      5. Christians should praise God and appreciate what God does for them.
  2.  
    1. The incident when Jesus was rejected at Nazareth Luke 4:14 – 30
      1. On a Sabbath , Jesus went to the synagogue in Nazareth his own village·
      2. He was given the scroll of prophet Isaiah to read·
      3. He opened the place where it was written the spirit of the lord is upon me because he has anointed me to preach/ good news to the poor
      4. He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind to set at liberty those who/ are oppressed /to proclaim the acceptable year of the lord
      5. Jesus told them that the scriptures had been fulfilled in their hearing·
      6. The people became hostile to Jesus after learning that He was claiming to be the Messiah·
      7. Jesus responded by telling them that a prophet is never accepted by his own people·
      8. He even told them that their forefathers also persecuted the prophets·
      9. The crowd tried to throw Him down a cliff but walked away from them.
        (7×1=7marks)
    2. Six reasons why Jesus faced opposition from the Jewish religious leaders in Galilee.
      1. Jesus claimed to have divine power to forgive sins/blasphemy
      2. Jesus associated with sinners like tax collectors
      3. Jesus failed to observe the law of the Sabbath
      4. Jesus popularity among the ordinary Jews was viewed as a threat to the authority
    3. Seven ways in which the church leaders are preparing in the society for the second coming of Jesus.
      1. Encouraging people to pray and fast
      2. Urging people to repent their sins
      3. Encouraging people to forgive others·
      4. Mediating those seeking reconciliation
      5. Spreading the good news / Gospel
      6. Encouraging members for participating in the sacramental life of the church
      7. Encouraging people to live exemplary lives
      8. Encouraging them to practice charity work
      9. Encouraging them to read the Bible.
  3.  
    1. The five teachings that Jesus made to the guests at the Pharisees house         in         (Luke 14: 1-14)
      1. Saving a life can be done on a Sabbath day
      2. It well to respond to an emergency even on a Sabbath
      3. Human life is more important than the animal which the Pharisees accept to rescue on the Sabbath day.
      4. It is good for to humble him/sit in lowly place when invited
      5. Those who exalt themselves will be humbled those who humble themselves will be exalted.
      6. It is blessed to invite the poor/maimed/lame /blind to the feast instead if one’s relatives/friends who can invite you in return
      7. Those who do good for the less fortunate will be repaid during the resurrection of the just.
        (5x1=5 mks)
    2. Preparations Jesus before his triumphant entry to Jerusalem   Luke          19:28-35
      1. Jesus approached Jerusalem from Bethphage
      2. He sent two disciples ahead of him
      3. He instructed them that they will find a colt
      4. They were to take the colt
      5. If the owner asked where they were taking
      6. To tell him the master is in need of it
      7. They went and found as Jesus had told them
      8. They brought it to Jesus
      9. They put their garment and Jesus rode out it                                                                                    
        (7 x 1 = 7 marks)
    3. Give reasons why Jesus appeared to his disciples after his                                                         (6 mks)
      1. To prove to them the power of God.
      2. Make them realize / understand the fulfillment of O.T. prophecies
      3. Comfort and bless them.
      4. Prove that He was aliv
      5. Prove the prophecies that on the third day; Jesus would rise again
      6. Promise them the Holy Spirit
      7. Strengthen their faith
      8. Enable them understand His missions
      9. Commission them to be His witnesses / continue His work of preaching / repentance and forgiveness of sin.
        (Any 6 x 1 = 6 mks) 
  4.  
    1. List seven the gifts of the Holy Spirit as taught by St. Paul
      1. wisdom
      2. knowledge
      3. faith
      4. healing
      5. working miracles
      6. prophecy/teaching
      7. Discerning of spirits
      8. Speaking in tongues
      9. Interpretation of tongues
        First1x7=7marks
    2. Explain the unity of believers as expressed in the imagery of the”Bride” Rev.21: 1-12, 2 Cor. 11:12.
      1. Christians are the bride or New Jerusalem married to Christ.
      2. Christ is the divine Bridegroom.
      3. The church is supposed to be committed to Christ just as the bride to her husband.
      4. The Bride and the Groom are one in marriage just as Christ is united spiritually with the church.
      5. The church is loved by Christ just the bride is loved by bridegroom.
      6. John had a vision of the holy city (Jerusalem) church dressed like a bride ready for marriage.
      7. They should be pure /holy to inherit the kingdom of God.
      8. Paul urges the church to remain pure and holy through love and faith.
      9. The church should be like the bride who is faithful to her husband.
      10. Just like the bride is taken to her new home, the church will be taken to a new home which is heaven.
        (8×1=8 Marks)   
    3. Ways in which kindness as a fruit of Holy Spirit is abused in Kenya today.
      1. By church leaders starting many projects in the church, expecting the congregation to provide the finance.
      2. Some Christian fail to work because they expect assistance from others.
      3. Some Christian over-depends on other problem’s assistance/effort,
      4. Some members of the church failing to return/refund borrowed money and expect the members of the church to understand
      5. When church leaders demand for payment for all services they render.
      6. When church leaders ask their congregations to cater for their personal needs like further studies/buying of vehicles/etc                                                
        (5x 1 = 5mks)
  5.  
    1. Explain seven effects of prostitution in a Christian family.                                           (7mks)
      1. Feeling of guilt and shame.
      2. Lowering of one’s human dignity and self-esteem.
      3. Unplanned for/unwanted pregnancies.
      4. Contraction of sexually transmitted diseases STIs and HIV/ AIDS.
      5. Stigmatization i.e. being rejected by family, friends and society.
      6. Divorce and family break-ups.
      7. Death in case of abortion and HIV / AIDS.
      8. Imprisonment.
      9. Early marriages.
      10. Mistrust between members of the family.
      11. Abortion.
        7 x 1 = 7 marks
    2. State seven factors that one should consider when choosing a career.                           (7mks)
      1. Available opportunities and openings for future development in a particular job, e.g. promotions.
      2. The need to serve others, especially the needy in society.
      3. Interests, strengths, abilities or talents in one’s life.
      4. Inclination/ attraction to a certain career.
      5. Needs of the society, as one should choose a career that is useful and needed in society.
      6. Compatibility with faith, since a Christian should not take a career that contradicts with his/her faith or Christian teachings.
      7. Opportunity/marketability: one should choose a career that is marketable or has job opportunities.
      8. Cost/affordability: one should choose a career that is affordable to him/her and is easily available.
         7 x 1 = 7 marks
    3. Identify six ways in which a Christian youth can avoid being influenced into drug abuse.  (6mks)         
      1. By exercising self-control so as to overcome curiosity.
      2. By having strong faith in God/depending on God to overcome frustrations.
      3. By keeping oneself busy/avoid being idle
      4. Good planning of the money one has to avoid misuse.
      5. Having the right company/friends who are positively focused.
      6. Being assertive/exercising life skills so as to dwell on positive behaviours.
      7. Avoid visiting places which are associated with drugs.
      8. Taking seriously the advice given/ information available against drug abuse.
      9. Obeying the teachings of the Bible to take good care of the body as it is the temple of the Holy Spirit.
      10. Engaging in leisure activities that are beneficial and acceptable Biblically.                                                                     
        6 x 1 = 6 marks
  6.  
    1. Outline seven causes of poverty in Kenya today.                          (7mks)                                          
      1. Geographical factors such as adverse climatic conditions.
      2. Historical and social factors such as poor family background.
      3. Political instability that may lead to civil wars. "-
      4. Poor governance.
      5. Regional imbalance of natural resources. 
      6. Low level of technology. 
      7. Unemployment.
      8. Laziness.
      9. Overdependence on foreign aid/loans.
        7 x 1 = 7 marks
    2. Explain seven reasons why crime rate has greatly increased in society today.                   (7mks)
      1. Covetousness.
      2. Overindulgence in drinking alcohol and drug taking.
      3. Desire for power.
      4. Unemployment and underemployment.
      5. Revenge.
      6. Urbanization.
      7. Egoism.
      8. Extreme poverty.
      9. Breakdown of traditional norms and controls.
      10. Widening gap between the rich and the poor
      11. Lack of moral upbringing and character formation.
      12. Materialism.
      13. Environment, such as growing up among habitual criminals is likely to lead one to commit crime too.
        7 x 1 = 7 marks
    3. Show how science and technology can help reduce the level of poverty in      Kenya today.                 (6mks)                                                             
      1. Medical science and research helps to restore health and life, therefore curing diseases that take up people’s wealth leading to poverty.
      2. Improvement of security through science and technology helps to deal with insecurity which causes poverty.
      3. Science and technological advancement through electricity and industries has helped to create jobs for the unemployed.
      4. Scientific discoveries like in mining help to exploit natural resources to create wealth.
      5. Scientific research in agriculture has improved crop and animal production thereby raising people’s wealth.
      6. Science and technology has facilitated advancement in education as a source of factual information, and education is key to poverty reduction.
      7. Science and technology has also improved communication worldwide, making it easier to get valuable information on ways to reduce poverty from other parts of the world/ has made it easier to learn from others.
      8. Business has also been enhanced through the internet, creating more jobs and markets for products and services, thus creating more wealth
        6 x 1 = 6 marks

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