by James Merritt

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This Is Knot the End (4 of 4)
Series: Stumped
James Merritt
II Corinthians 4:15; 5:1-8


1. We have been in a series that we have called ''Stumped'' dealing with the four biggest questions of life, namely - Who?, Why?, What? and Where? We have given biblical answers to the questions, ''Who Am I and How did I get here? Why am I here? What is right and wrong and how do I know? Today, we are going to deal with the last and greatest question, which is, ''Where do I go after I die?''

2. To be fair there are those who would say the answers we have given are wrong and then there are those who believe there can be more than one right answer to these questions. That is why it is so easy to get stumped with test questions. I came across an examination of a student who was given a zero, but could have made one-hundred, because he gave answers, that at least on the surface are right, but they were not right, because they were not the answers the professor was looking for. Tell me how you would have graded this student on the following questions and the answers he gave. (Put up question first and then add answer)

Q: In which battle did Napoleon die?
A: His last battle

Q: Where was the Declaration of Independence signed?
A: At the bottom of the page

Q: River Ravi flows in which state?
A: Liquid

Q: What is the main reason for divorce?
A: Marriage

Q: What can you never eat for breakfast?
A: Lunch and dinner

Q: What looks like half an apple?
A: The other half

Q: If you throw a red stone into the blue sea what will it become?
A: Wet

Q: How can a man go 8 days without sleeping?
A: No problem. He sleeps at night.

Q: How can you lift an elephant with one hand?
A: You will never find an elephant that only has one hand.

Q: If you had 3 apples and 4 oranges in one hand and 4 apples and 3 oranges in the other hand, what would you have?
A: Very large hands

Q: If it took 8 men 10 hours to build a wall, how long would it take ...

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