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What was the writer asking of Philemon?

To receive him back as a brother in Christ
To let him go as a free man
To employ him in skilled work
To receive him as a slave once again

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What did the writer keep hearing about Philemon?

His courage in the face of persecution
His wisdom as an elder of the church
His love and faith towards Jesus
His compassion upon the poor

Why did the writer take great joy from Philemon?

Philemon had been a great comfort to him
Philemon had prayed fervently for him
Philemon had refreshed the hearts of believers
Philemon had converted many people

What does Philemon owe to the writer?

500 pence
His life
Two goats

What did the writer ask Philemon to have ready for him?

A flask of wine
A room
A donkey
A hot stew

Which New Testament writer talks of the "patience of Job"?


How had the slaved changed during his time with the writer?

He had become a skilled worker
He had become wealthy
He had become a brother in Christ
He had been cured of an illness

Which of the writer's mentioned fellowlabourers accompanied him on a ship bound for Rome?


Which is the only gospel writer to record the healing of Malchus' ear after it was cut off?


At what place had the writer been given a rough treatment?


Philemon: Who was Onesimus?

Philemon's father
Philemon's slave
Philemon's master
Philemon's son



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