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NECO GCE 2022 CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022.

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NECO CRS QUESTIONS QUESTIONS (OBJ)

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

 

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

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2022 NECO CRS OBJECTIVES ANSWERS
*ExamEmpires.com*
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11-20 CBBAEECDBA
21-30 DABBBADDBD
31-40 CAACDABECE
41-50 CDDEDAACCD
51-60 DBEDBACDDC

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N:B ANSWER FOUR QUESTIONS IN ALL, AT LEAST ONE FROM EACH SECTION

NECO CRS ESSAY QUESTIONS

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

NECO CRS Questions and Answers (ESSAY & OBJ) EXPO Answers 2022

ANSWER FOUR QUESTIONS IN ALL, AT LEAST ONE FROM EACH SECTION

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NECO CRS ESSAY ANSWERS

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NECO CRS ANSWERS

NECO CRS
(1)by Examempires.com
Joshua
gathered all Israel to Shechem and told the people their history from Abraham
to Moses,
He emphasized God’s abiding faith with Israel making them owners
of the land of the Amorites.
He reminded them of the saving acts of God
in their history,
With all these favours, they must serve God and put away
all foreign gods,
Alternatively, they should decide on whom to serve,
Joshua told the people that as for him and his family, they would serve the
Lord,
The Israelites also said they would put away other gods serve the
Lord,
Who had been faithful to them,
Joshua reminded them that God
is Holy and jealous,
He will not forgive their sins/unfaithfulness should
they forsake God they would be punished, (xi) He told them not to break their
promise,
They must put away all false gods and serve God with sincerity,
Joshua wrote down the laws of God, put a stone to witness, should they
deal falsely with God.
leadership qualities:

He had faith in
God.
His ways of life as a role model for his people,
His ability to
convince and advise the people to accept his views,
His courage to call
the people together,
He was a good political leader.

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NECO CRS ANSWERS

*CRS NUMBER 2*

Number 2…….by examempires.com
Ahab And Naboth Vineyard
Ahab was the king of Israel in Samaria.
A man of Jezebel, named Naboth had his vineyard near Ahab’s Palace and Ahab wanted to acquire the vineyard. Naboth was not willing to part with the land which he had inherited.
Ahab became disappointed and he refused to eat in his house. When the wife of Ahab (Jezebel) learnt of the cause of her husband’s unhappiness, she cheered him up and assured him that she would give the vineyard to him.
Jezebel wrote letters and sealed them with Ahab’s seal. In the letters she instructed the elders of Israel to proclaim a feast, causing God and the king and to him death.
These orders were quickly carried out and Naboth was stoned to death. Ahab took possession of the vineyard as soon as he heard of the death of Naboth.
The Lord was not happy with the murder of Naboth and He sent prophet Elijah to warn Ahab that dogs would lick his blood at the same spot where Naboth’s blood was licked up by dogs. When Elijah met Ahab to deliver the Lord’s message to him, Ahab asked him ” have you found me O my enemy”? Elijah answered that he had found him and then told Ahab the grave punishment of death that awaited him and his posterity because of his wicked acts and idolatry. He told Ahab that Jezebel’s body would be eaten by dogs within the bound of Jezreel.
After hearing this message, Ahab fasted and mourned before the Lord. His humility and penitence pleased the Lord and so the Lord told Elijah that the punishment would not be visited on his family in Ahab’s days but would surely come to pass during the reign of his son.

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NECO CRS ANSWERS

*NECO CRS NO 3*by examempires.com
THE LOST BOOK OF THE LAW
Upon Solomon’s death, the powerful and rich kingdom of Israel was split in two. Both the northern and southern kingdoms suffered from godless leadership, but the worst king was Manasseh, who sacrificed his own sons in the fire of Molech and put an idol of the Canaanite fertility goddess in the temple in Jerusalem.

Josiah, Manasseh’s grandson, became king of Judah when he was only eight years old. Unlike his father and grandfather, Josiah tore down the pagan altars, pounded the stone idols into powder, and began repairing the temple. During the repair, Hilkiah, the high priest, found “the Book of the Law of the Lord given by Moses,” perhaps in a dusty unused corner of the Temple or in an area being repaired. During the previous almost 60 years when the people were worshipping pagan idols, no one had read the Word of God.

By examempires.com

Hilkiah gave the book, probably Deuteronomy, to Shaphan the scribe, and Shaphan took it to the king. Josiah wanted to “do what was right in the sight of the Lord,” but his knowledge of what God wanted was based on tradition and hearsay. Now he listened to the words of God.

“Hear, O Israel! The Lord our God, the Lord is one!” “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength.” “You shall teach [God’s commandments] diligently to your children.”

King Josiah, who had torn down the pagan altars, heard Shaphan read, “You shall have no other gods before Me.” He also heard, “If you diligently obey the voice of the Lord your God, . . , the Lord your God will set you high above all nations of the earth. And all these blessings shall come upon you . . . because you obey the voice of the Lord your God.”

Josiah was humbled and tore his clothes, a sign of repentance. For nearly 60 years the Word of God had not been heard in Judia.

Josiah brought all the people together and Josiah himself read “in their hearing” the book that had been found. He then committed “to follow the Lord and to keep his commandments.”

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NECO CRS ANSWERS

CRS Number 5

(5ai)
THE ACTIVITIES OF JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA (MATT. 27:57-66, MARK 15:42- 47, LUKE 23:50-56)
(i) Joseph of Arimathea was a rich and respected member of the Council/Sanhedrin.
(ii) A good and righteous man/secret disciple of Christ who was after the Kingdom of God.
(iii) He was aware that it was against Jewish custom to have a dead body on the cross over night.
(iv) He approached Pilate and requested for the body of Christ for burial.
(v) Pilate, been assured of Jesus’ death, released the body.
(vi) He wanted to bury Jesus because the next day was Sabbath.
(vii) Joseph took the body of Christ and wrapped it in a clean linen shroud/cloth.
(viii) Afterwards, he laid the body of Christ in his own new tomb, where nobody had ever been laid.
(ix) He closed the entrance of the tomb with a great rock, and departed.

(5aii)
(i) THE ACTIVITIES OF THE TWO ROBBERS (MATT. 27: 38 & 44, LUKE. 23:39-43)
(i) Two robbers were crucified with Jesus, one on the right and the other on the left.
(ii) Matthew records that they joined the Chief Priests and those who passed by to revile/mock Jesus.
(iii) In Mark’s account, one of the robbers mocked Jesus, asking, “Are you not the Christ? save yourself and save us”.
(iv) The other robber rebuked him pointing out that Jesus was innocent yet was being crucified.
(v) And unlike Jesus, they deserved the punishment they were receiving.
(vi) He pleaded with Jesus to remember him in His kingdom/paradise.
(vii) Jesus assured him a place in paradise.

(5b)
(i) It shows that been punished for a crime one had committed is different from persecution.
(ii) Irrespective of our sins, Jesus Christ is ready to forgive us if we sincerely repent/There is need for humility.
(iii) We should not judge others because we ourselves are sinners before God.
(iv) We should always stand up for the truth irrespective of the challenges we face.
(v) We should not mock the weaknesses of others/ Christians should avoid blasphemy.
(vi) It shows that grace and salvation are needed before one can enter paradise/Need to trust and have faith in Christ who is merciful.
(vii) One should learn to serve one’s punishment without feeling castigated.
(viii) We should learn to take responsibility for our actions without shifting blame to others.
(ix) Salvation is available even at the last hour
(x) Dependence on God in times of troubles and challenges.

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NECO CRS ANSWERS (ESSAY)

SECTION C

(8a)by examempires.com

Paul wrote to the Thessalonian Christians that the second coming of Christ shall be known by the commandment of the Lord. He said that the signs of the second coming shall be noticed by the archangel calling with the sound of trumpets. Then Jesus would appear in
heaven. Those who have already died in the Lord would rise first, the living
ones would join them together to meet the Lord in the mid-air. For this to take place, Paul told the Thessalonian Christians to get prepared for the day, for it would come unexpectedly like a thief in the night. He advised that there should be no confusion in the church concerning the second coming of Jesus.They should not panic or be deceived by false prophecies about it and they should not be caught unawares. As children of moral uprightness, Christians should not allow themselves to be taken
unprepared. They should be awake, sober, watchful and bearing in mind the faith, love and hope which are means of salvation.

(b) [PICK ANY THREE] (i) The second coming of Christ symbolizes end time
(ii) Those who are dead in christ still have hope of reigning and living with him.
(iii) Christians need to be vigilant for the day so as not to be caught unaware.
(iv) Christians need to always remain spotless.
(v) The second coming also shows the reward of Christians.
(vi) Christians shouldn’t loss hope, belief and trust in their christian faith.

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NECO CRS ANSWERS (ESSAY)

SECTION C

(9a)
(i) They should look after the flock of Christ with tenderness.
(ii) They should not regard their assignment as a burden, rather, they should discharge their duties willingly.
(iii) They should not tender the flocks for shameful material gain but eagerness.
(iv) They are not to be overbearing, but serving as true example/role model to the flock.
(v) They would reap their
due reward in due course when the Lord comes.
(vi) Leaders should humble themselves under the mighty hand of God for God to exalt them.
(vi) They must be sober and watchful because Satan is roaring around looking for whom to
destroy.
(vii) They should resist Satan at all costs and be firm in their faith.
(viii) They are to Suffering for christ as part of the Christian life.

(9b)
{PICK ANY THREE}
(i) Problem of handling the youth.
(ii) Rivalry between the youth and elders.
(iii) External opposition form Government.
(iv) Church finance.
(v) Tribalism/nepotism.
(vi) Status of women/gender issue/gay marriage .
(vii) Doctrinal issues .
(viii) Declining faith among followers backsliding .
(ix) Greed/materialism.
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