On this rock I will build my church
Play puzzle online. To open a puzzle, select from the choices below. After it loads, click on the grid or clue and type your answer. Use the arrows to scroll to clues. If puzzle doesn't display, you may need to install the Java Runtime Environment. Download it from www.sun.com or www.oracle.com. Scriptures are from the New King James Version of the Bible. Enjoy!
RECONCILE: make or become friendly again after an estrangement. This puzzle is taken from Matthew 5:21-26. It's about Jesus' way to settle arguments; how to stay out of trouble; or how to bring peace to a troubled relationship. "First be reconciled to your brother" even if it's not your fault.
CONSIDER THE LILIES: can worrying add a cubit to our stature? Does worrying improve our wellbeing? So why worry? Join the disciples on the mountain side as they listen to Jesus' insight on human nature. His solution to worrying is as valid today as when He he first gave it. The puzzle is taken from Matthew 6:25-34.
BE SALT LIGHT: the character of a Christian. The clues for this puzzle are from Matthew 5:1-16. It is the introductory portion of The Sermon on the Mount. So gather 'round; relive the moment as Jesus, sitting on the side of a mountain, teaches His disciples the character of a Christian.
MESSIAH: The anointed one. Also called Jesus of Nazareth. Predicted of in the Old Testament; accurately fulfilled in the New Testament. His birth, life, death, and resurrection were foretold by Moses, the prophets, and in the Psalms.
CREATION: The act of creating. It is complex. It is awe inspiring. It was spoken into existence. Enjoy the fantastic journey through the first six days.
CHURCH: assembly, the company of professed believers. Jesus said, "I will build my church" (Matthew 16:18). Is what we have today what Jesus built? As you complete this puzzle, see how Jesus is connected to "church."
CONVERSION: to turn about, turn toward. Discover examples of conversions in the New Testament. What were the circumstances surrounding their response to the Gospel?
SALVATION: denotes deliverance, preservation. Explore various ingredients of salvation such as grace, repentance, and obedience. What purpose does each of these have?
SAVE: deliverance from danger, suffering. What must I do to be saved? Is the answer different today than in early New Testament days? Find it by exploring what early converts did to be saved.