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Impossible Quiz

This is a quiz

that truly is

impossible to miss.

 

Though most refuse

to see and use

the truth that teaches this.

 

But knowledge grows

and often shows

in children and in youth.

 

So come and hear

what is so clear

to those who love the truth.

 

Come see a vine,

a thriving line

with branches set to fruit.

 

Each branch full grows

with life that flows

from out the vine and root.

 

Now can life bring

no fruit to cling?

No, that’s impossible!

 

Just look once more

how this vine bore:

the branch is laden full!

 

It’s plain to see

how fruit can be

impossible to lack.

 

The life within

the branch’s skin

comes from the vine in back.

 

The vine’s life flows

so that fruit grows.

On every branch it’s stored.

 

But—do you see

that’s you and me

implanted in the Lord?

 

Good works we bear

—they’re surely there—

because His life He gives

 

to us to grow

by faith, and so

in thanks each branch so lives.

 

So tell me now,

if you know how

impossible this is:

 

We cannot stop

a thankful crop

because our life is His.

 

  1. L. Meyer

But doth not this doctrine make men careless and profane?

 

By no means: for it is impossible that those who are implanted into Christ by a true faith, should not bring forth fruits of thankfulness.

 

Heidelberg Catechism, Q. & A. 64

 

 

Find all the words from Heidelberg Catechism, Q&A 64 in the puzzle below:

 

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