Neco CRS ANSWERS 2021

Neco CRS ANSWERS 2021

Here is the CRS answers for 2021, remember to subscribe for your waec, it won’t be easy.

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THEORY

(1a)

David committed adultery with Bathsheba, Uriah’s wife and had a child. For this, God was displeased. God sent prophet Nathan who decreed the death of the child and the child was struck with sickness. When David realised that God was displeased with his act, he interceded for the life of the child and fasted and laid upon the ground. The intercession and admonition of the elders did not change God’s anger, and the child died on the seventh day. Out of fright, the servants could not report to David lest he harmed himself. The news of the death of his son was later reported to him. On hearing the news, he arose and had his bath, anointed himself and changed his apparel. He later went to the temple, worshipped God for answering his prayer and requested for food. His servants were surprised at his behaviour. David fasted and wept so that God would reverse his intention to take the son’s life. Unfortunately, the child died and he thought fasting is no more necessary. David summed up his courage and believed that He could go to the child but the child could no more come to him.

(1b)

God reserves the right to give and take anything from us at will. Again all human beings should submit himself to the will of God. In every situation we find ourselves we should give God praised.

(4a)

In the Gospel of Luke, after the Sanhedrin trial of Jesus, the Court elders ask Pontius Pilate to judge and condemn Jesus in Luke 23:2, accusing Jesus of making false claims of being a king. While questioning Jesus about the claim of being the King of the Jews, Pilate realizes that Jesus is a Galilean and therefore under Herod’s jurisdiction. Since Herod already happened to be in Jerusalem at that time, Pilate decides to send Jesus to Herod to be tried.

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Herod Antipas (the same man who had previously ordered the death of John the Baptist and, according to some Pharisees, had plotted to had Jesus killed as well) had wanted to see Jesus for a long time, hoping to observe one of the miracles of Jesus. However, Jesus says nothing in response to Herod’s questions, or the vehement accusations of the chief priests and the scribes.

Herod and his soldiers mock Jesus, put a gorgeous robe on him, as the King of the Jews, and send him back to Pilate. That day, Herod and Pilate, who had previously been enemies, become friends.

The Gospel of Luke does not state that Herod did not condemn Jesus, and instead attributes that conclusion to Pilate who then calls together the Court elders, and says to them:

“I having examined him before you, found no fault in this man touching those things whereof ye accuse him: no, nor yet Herod: for he sent him back unto us; and behold, nothing worthy of death hath been done by him.”

After further conversations between Pilate and the Court elders, Jesus is sent to be crucified on Calvary.

(4b)

i) We should set a good example to others.

ii) We should not misuse our power/authority.

iii) We should not accuse others falsely.

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iv) Jesus was innocent hence we should be righteous like him.(5ai)

The Women:

(i) There were also many women there looking on from afar who had followed Jesus from Galilee ministering to him.

(ii) Among them were, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James and Joseph and the mother of the sons of Zebedee.

(iii) There were also many other women who accompanied him to Jerusalem.

(iv) When the body of Jesus was later taken down from the cross and buried in the tomb, the women were around and knew the location of the tomb.

(5aii)

Joseph of Arimathea:

(i) When it was evening, there came a rich man from Arimathea, (named Joseph), who was a disciple of Jesus.

(ii) He was a respected and upright member of the Jewish Council (Sanhedrin) and was looking for the kingdom of God.

(iii) At the trial of Jesus, he was said to be opposed to the action of the Sanhedrin in condemning Jesus.

(iv) After the crucifixion, he

(5aii)

JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA:

(i) When it was evening, there came a rich man from Arimathea, (named Joseph), who was a disciple of Jesus.

(ii) He was a respected and upright member of the Jewish Council (Sanhedrin) and was looking for the kingdom of God.

(iii) At the trial of Jesus, he was said to be opposed to the action of the Sanhedrin in condemning Jesus.

(iv) After the crucifixion, he went to Pilate in the evening and asked for the body of Jesus.

(v) He took the body, wrapped it in a clean shroud, and laid it in his new tomb which he had hewn in the rock.

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(vi) He rolled a great stone to the door of the tomb and departed.

(5aiii)

THE HIGH PRIEST:

(i)The High Priest presented the sin offering for the nation as occasion required. It speaks of the Lord Jesus presenting Himself as a sin offering for the sins of His people.

(ii)The High Priest performed the atoning sacrifice and burnt offering on the great Day of Atonement once a year, entering the Holy of Holies with the blood from the sacrifice

(iii)The High Priest also play a role by letting them to know that Christ gave Himself as that whole burnt offering to atone for His people on the Cross; the fulfillment of the great Day of Atonement.

(iv)The High Priest used the Urim and the Thummim to inform the people of the will of the Lord in matters concerning their nation.

(v)The High Priest was an important civil ruler as well as a spiritual head for the nation. This testifies of the Lord Jesus, Who is King of His church to govern and protect them as well as Priest to intercede and atone for them.

(vi)The High Priest supervised the rest of the criminal name barabbas and the entire tabernacle or temple worship. So, also, Christ; as the Great High Priest, walks in the midst of the Golden Can­dlesticks

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