New Testament Food
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“New Testament Food,” Friend, Nov. 2003, 7

New Testament Food

Read each clue below, then match it with one of the New Testament foods listed.

To check your answers, look up the scriptures.

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1.

Garden herbs and spices that were paid as tithing by the scribes and Pharisees. (See Matt. 23:23.)

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2.

After the Savior was resurrected, He ate this food with His Apostles. (See Luke 24:42–43.)

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3.

Jesus talks about these fruits at the conclusion of the Sermon on the Mount. (See Matt. 7:16–20.)

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4.

Two things John the Baptist ate. (See Mark 1:6.)

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5.

A boy’s lunch that was blessed by Jesus, and then it miraculously fed 5,000 people. (See John 6:9–13.)

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6.

Food eaten by the Savior and His Apostles as part of the Passover. (See Luke 22:1, 7–8.)

a. Locusts and honey
b. Mint, anise, and cummin
c. Broiled fish and honeycomb
d. Unleavened bread
e. Five barley loaves and two fishes
f. Grapes and figs

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