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  1. [6/8, 10:42 AM] Donprosper: (1a)
    After the ten plagues, Pharaoh allowed the Israelites to leave Egypt for the wilderness to worship their God. Later, when Pharaoh realized that the Israelites had left for good, he regretted for allowing them to go. The Israelites were guarded by the Lord by a pillar of cloud during the day and pillar of fire by night. Pharaoh quickly organized his soldiers and chariots to chase the Israelites with the hope of bringing them back. They caught up with them at Pihahiroth where they had encamped in front of the sea. When the Egyptians drew nearer, the Israelites became afraid and panicked, displaying lack of faith in God and Moses. They cried to the Lord and began to accuse Moses for bringing them into the wilderness to die. They said that they should have been left in Egypt to serve the Egyptians than to die in the wilderness Moses told them not to entertain any fear but to stand firm for the Lord would fight for them Moses again said that in no time they would not see the Egyptians again. Moses then cried to God and he was told by God to stretch his rod over the sea. After that a great wind came and drove back the waters The Israelites passed through on dry land/ground The Egyptians gave them a hot chase, but the wheels of their chariots could not move Moses immediately stretched his rod over the sea and the waters returned leading to the drowning of the Egyptians. The people then came to believe in Yahweh and in Moses His servant.

    (1b)
    (i)Need to have faith in God.
    (ii)God is always ready to protect his people in time of crisis/ provide a Way of escape for his people.
    (iii)God will never allow our enemies to overcome us.
    [6/8, 10:42 AM] Donprosper: (9a)
    Peter advised the Christians living among non-Christians to abstain from fleshy lust since it battles against the soul.
    He told them to engage in honest conversation among the Gentiles so that even if they speak against them, their good works would force the Gentiles to glorify God.

    Peter told them to subject themselves to every human institution whether it is the Emperor himself or the Governors that have been sent to reward those who do good and punish those who do wrong. According to Peter, if they do this, they will put to silence the ignorance of foolish men.
    He advised them to live as free men but should not use their freedom as a pretext to engage in evil. They should live as servants of God. They should honour all men, love the brotherhood, fear God and honour the emperor.

    Peter explained that they would receive no glory if they are punished for doing the wrong thing, but if they are punished for doing the right thing and they endure, it is acceptable before God.

    Peter concluded that Christ himself suffered the same fate. According to Peter, Jesus was reviled but he did not reply. Therefore, people must copy Christ’s example.

    (9b)
    (i) Teaming up with non-Christians to develop the community.
    (ii) Contributing to the meeting the needs of non-Christians.
    (iii) Take part in social activities with non-Christians.
    [6/8, 10:42 AM] Donprosper: *WAEC 2022 CRS ANSWERS*

    (1a)
    After the ten plagues, Pharaoh allowed the Israelites to leave Egypt for the wilderness to worship their God. Later, when Pharaoh realized that the Israelites had left for good, he regretted for allowing them to go. The Israelites were guarded by the Lord by a pillar of cloud during the day and pillar of fire by night. Pharaoh quickly organized his soldiers and chariots to chase the Israelites with the hope of bringing them back. They caught up with them at Pihahiroth where they had encamped in front of the sea. When the Egyptians drew nearer, the Israelites became afraid and panicked, displaying lack of faith in God and Moses. They cried to the Lord and began to accuse Moses for bringing them into the wilderness to die. They said that they should have been left in Egypt to serve the Egyptians than to die in the wilderness Moses told them not to entertain any fear but to stand firm for the Lord would fight for them Moses again said that in no time they would not see the Egyptians again. Moses then cried to God and he was told by God to stretch his rod over the sea. After that a great wind came and drove back the waters The Israelites passed through on dry land/ground The Egyptians gave them a hot chase, but the wheels of their chariots could not move Moses immediately stretched his rod over the sea and the waters returned leading to the drowning of the Egyptians. The people then came to believe in Yahweh and in Moses His servant.

    (1b)
    (i)Need to have faith in God.
    (ii)God is always ready to protect his people in time of crisis/ provide a Way of escape for his people.
    (iii)God will never allow our enemies to overcome us.

    *7a*
    Peter cited Joel’s prophecy on the Day of Pentecost to explain the power of the Holy Spirit that was evident to all who were there. The question that is often asked concerns the sense in which Joel’s prophecy was fulfilled on that particular day. This has been explained in a number of ways.
    Some believe Joel’s prophecy was not fulfilled at all on Pentecost. For one thing, Peter did not say the prophecy was fulfilled – only that the power of the Spirit was similar. In addition, the Book of Joel says a number of things must happen before this prophecy can be fulfilled. None of them has yet happened. Therefore, it one argues for a literal fulfillment of the prophecy of Joel it is something which remains in the future.
    Others take the opposite view. They believe the prophecy of Joel was completely fulfilled on that day. However the details were not literally fulfilled because the prophecy was meant to be understood symbolically. The fulfillment was figurative. It represented the coming of the Holy Spirit into the world. Therefore, while there was no literal fulfillment of the prediction, there was a complete fulfillment.
    A third view sees a partial fulfillment at Pentecost that will continue to be fulfilled until Jesus Christ returns to the earth. In other words, the prophecy of Joel began to be fulfilled on Pentecost but will not reach its complete fulfillment until Christ returns from the earth.

    (9a)
    Peter advised the Christians living among non-Christians to abstain from fleshy lust since it battles against the soul.
    He told them to engage in honest conversation among the Gentiles so that even if they speak against them, their good works would force the Gentiles to glorify God.

    Peter told them to subject themselves to every human institution whether it is the Emperor himself or the Governors that have been sent to reward those who do good and punish those who do wrong. According to Peter, if they do this, they will put to silence the ignorance of foolish men.
    He advised them to live as free men but should not use their freedom as a pretext to engage in evil. They should live as servants of God. They should honour all men, love the brotherhood, fear God and honour the emperor.

    Peter explained that they would receive no glory if they are punished for doing the wrong thing, but if they are punished for doing the right thing and they endure, it is acceptable before God.

    Peter concluded that Christ himself suffered the same fate. According to Peter, Jesus was reviled but he did not reply. Therefore, people must copy Christ’s example.

    (9b)
    (i) Teaming up with non-Christians to develop the community.
    (ii) Contributing to the meeting the needs of non-Christians.
    (iii) Take part in social activities with non-Christians.

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    [6/8, 10:42 AM] Donprosper: *CRK*

    *(NUMBER 2)*

    (2a)
    Eli was the priest of God at Shiloh where his two sons, Hophni and Phinehas were also priests of the Lord.
    The Bible describes the children of Eli as worthless men who had no regard for the Lord. They com mitted the following sins against the Lord:
    (a) They disregarded the custom regarding sacrifice to the Lord and instead of taking their share, they took what the three-pronged fork could collect from the pot.
    (b) Contrary to the custom, they demanded, with force, raw meat from those offering sacrifice, before the fat was burned.
    (c)They lay with women who served at the en
    Even though Eli warned his children about the above evils, he did not take strict measures to stop the children from the evil acts. As a result of his weak corrective measures, the children did not listen to him, but continued in their evil ways. The attitude of the children towards the Lord resulted in a man of God coming to Eli to prophesy doom for his house, stating that the priesthood would be cut off from Eli’s house and the family destroyed to the extent that no old man would exist in it for ever and any survivor of this disaster would beg bread from the new and faithful priests to be raised by God. As a sign for the fulfilment of the prophesy, the sons of Eli would die on the same day.

    (2b)
    (PICK ANY THREE)
    (i)Parent should take time to teach their children the word of God
    (ii)Parent should inculcate in their children the spirit of fear of God in all they do.
    (iii)Parents have the responsibility to give their children proper training and proper discipline where necessary
    (iv)Parent should teach their children the need to heed the warnings of prophets/men of God
    (v)Parent should explain to their children the consequences of disobedience to the commandments of God
    [6/8, 10:42 AM] Donprosper: *CRS*

    *Q8a*
    *Our Lord Jesus commands us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Christian is expected to love all people equally and avoid segregation.*

    *Believers must understand that it is sinful to give preferential treatment to anyone.*

    *We must not specifically favor anyone (or a group of people) at the expense of others. God requires that his worshipers desist from segregation and treat all people equally.*

    *The scripture stated: “If you really fulfill the royal law according to the Scripture, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” you do well; but if you show partiality, you commit sin, and are convicted by the law as transgressors” (James 2:8-9).*

    *A person who gives preferential treatment is an unjust person, and he would suffer consequences of his action from God if he (or she) does not repent.*

    *God’s children must love all people and treat them equally – Without partiality.*

    *No Christian is allowed to favor the rich at the expense of the poor. Also, a follower of Jesus Christ must not respect influential people and look down on common people.*

    *A good Christian must learn from God who cares for all people equally.*

    *No iota of partiality is with God! He sends rain in its season to benefit all people. God waters the whole earth to bring out its products for everyone’s consumption.*

    *In addition, believers must learn from Jesus Christ who demonstrated unbiased love to people of his time (while on earth).*

    *He walked around the town doing good to all people without an element of partiality. Jesus even went out of his way to care for people that were rejected by society. The Son of God fed poor people and gave hope to the hopeless*
    [6/8, 10:57 AM] Donprosper: CRS+OBJ!
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