Gospel Game: Discerning Truth from Deception

Instructions:

1. Print out cards below and set up 11 piles according to their card type.
  • Playing cards = open question, A or B, act and draw.
  • Truth or deception cards = testing, mission, calling, teaching, parables, salvation, power

2. Choose one playing card. Follow the directions, then place it in a discard pile.
  • Open question card: have each person in a clockwise direction try to guess the answer that is true for you. If no one guesses correctly, then the person who chose the open question card is successful.
  • A or B card: ask the person next to you (moving clockwise). If they are wrong, then the person who answered incorrectly asks the person next to them, and so on until someone guesses correctly. If no one guesses correctly, then the person who chose the A or B card is successful.
  • Act card: the person next to you (moving clockwise) tries to perform the action. If unsuccessful, then the next person tries, and so on until someone is successful. If no one is successful, then the person who chose the act card is successful.
  • Draw card: the person next to you (moving clockwise) draws the picture in 30 seconds or less. Everyone can guess except the person who chose the draw card and the person drawing the picture. If no one can guess correctly, decide together if the drawing was sufficient enough to guess. If the drawing was sufficient enough, then the person who drew the picture is successful. If the drawing is not sufficient enough, then the person who chose the draw card is successful.

3. The person who is successful can choose a truth or deception card (starting with “1- Testing”).

4. Either as an individual or as a group, decide if the card is a truth or a deception.
  • If it’s a deception, place it in a discard pile. You don't score any points.
  • If it’s a truth, keep it in front of your location. You score one point.
  • If you’re not sure if it’s a truth or deception, look up the scripture reference to clarify the correct answer. The Bible is truth in all cases.
  • Alternative: If the player discerns if it is a truth or deception, keep it in front of their location for one point regardless of whether it is a truth or deception.

5. The person next to the last person to choose a playing card goes next. Choose a playing card and follow the directions until someone is successful. Choose another truth or deception card and follow the directions in step 4.

6. If you already acquired a truth card from “1- Testing”, choose a card from “2- Mission”. Continue until you have a truth card from all 7 (moving in a successive order from 1 to 7).


7. Collect 7 truth cards in total to win (1 truth card from each pile).


Playing cards:

Open Question
Which nation's food do I love the most?
我最喜歡哪個國家的食物?
Open Question
What's my favorite color?
我最喜歡什麼顏色?
Open Question
What's my favorite sport?
我最喜歡的運動是什麼?
Open Question
What's my favorite music?
我最喜歡什麼音樂?
Open Question
What’s my favorite animal?
我最喜歡的動物是什麼?
Open Question
What’s my favorite school subject?
我最喜歡的學校科目是什麼?
Open Question
What’s my favorite number (give range of 10 numbers)?
我最喜歡的號碼是什麼(提供範圍為10個數字)?
Open Question
How many kids do I have or want to have?
我有或想要有幾個孩子?
Open Question
How many siblings do I have?
我有幾個兄弟姐妹?
Open Question
How many pets do I have now?
我現在有幾隻寵物?
Open Question
How many pillows are on my bed?
我的床上有幾個枕頭?
Open Question
How many pairs of shoes do I own?
我擁有幾雙鞋?
Open Question
How many cards are in my wallet or purse?
我的錢包或錢包裡有幾張卡?
Open Question
How many keys do I have?
我有多少把鑰匙?
Open Question
What’s something I’ve never read that you have read?
我從未讀過的東西是你讀過的東西?
Open Question
What’s something I’ve never eaten that you have eaten?
我從未吃過的東西是你吃過的東西?
Open Question
What’s something I’ve never drank that you have drank?
我從來沒有喝過你喝過的東西?
Open Question
What’s something I’ve never lost that you have lost?
我從未失去過的東西是你失去了的東西?
Open Question
What’s something I’ve never found outside that you have found outside?
我從未在外面尋見了什麼你們沒有尋見了?
Open Question
What’s something I’ve never seen that you have seen?
我從未見過的你見過的是什麼?
Open Question
Where’s somewhere I’ve never been that you have been?
你去過哪個地方我從來沒有去過的?
A or B
Do I prefer hot or cold?
我喜歡冷還是熱?
A or B
Do I prefer rice or noodles?
我喜歡吃米飯還是麵條?
A or B
Do I prefer the mountain or the beach?
我更喜歡山還是沙灘?
A or B
Do I prefer loud or quiet?
我喜歡大聲還是安靜?
A or B
Do I prefer movies or books?
我喜歡看電影還是看書?
A or B
Do I prefer a pen or a pencil?
我喜歡鋼筆還是鉛筆?
A or B
Do I prefer cats or dogs?
我喜歡貓還是狗?
A or B
Do I need technology or friends more?
我需要更多技術或朋友嗎?
A or B
Do I need to listen or to talk more?
我需要聽還是多說話?
A or B
Do I need affirmation or touch more?
我需要肯定還是需要身體接觸?
A or B
Do I need color or music more?
我比較需要顏色或音樂?
A or B
Do I need to dance or to sing more?
我比較需要跳舞或唱歌?
A or B
Do I need vacation or daily naps more?
我是否需要更多休假或每天小睡?
A or B
Do I need electricity or running water more?
我比較需要電力或開水嗎?
A or B
True or False: I can cook.
是非題:我會做飯。
A or B
True or False: I can ice skate.
是非題:我可以滑冰。
A or B
True or False: I can play piano.
是非題:我會彈鋼琴。
A or B
True or False: I dream in color.
是非題:我夢見色彩。
A or B
True or False: I’m usually late.
是非題:我通常遲到。
A or B
True or False: I can play basketball.
是非題:我可以打籃球。
A or B
True or False: I have a scuba diving license.
是非題:我有潛水證。
Act
Whistle your favorite tune.
吹口哨您喜歡的曲調。
Act
Snap your fingers to a famous beat.
用手指彈奏著流行的節拍。
Act
Do the splits.
劈叉。
Act
Touch your toes (with straight legs).
觸摸腳趾(直腿)。
Act
Cross your eyes.
交叉你的眼睛。
Act
Wink (with your left and right eye).
眨眼(用左和右眼)。
Act
Roll your tongue.
吐舌頭。
Act
Sing falsetto.
唱假歌。
Act
Recite any poem.
背誦任何詩。
Act
Touch your nose with your tongue.
用舌頭觸摸鼻子。
Act
Wiggle your ears.
擺動耳朵。
Act
Flare your nostrils.
張開你的鼻孔。
Act
Burp on command.
隨時打嗝。
Act
Squat for 30 seconds.
下蹲30秒鐘。
Act
Do 10 push-ups.
10個俯臥撑。
Act
Do 10 star jumps.
10顆星跳。
Act
Make a monkey face.
做個猴子臉。
Act
Bark like a dog.
像狗一樣吠叫。
Act
Meow like a cat.
像貓一樣喵。
Act
Turn around 360 degrees on one foot.
一隻腳轉身360度。
Act
Make a fart noise with your hands.
用手發出屁聲。
Draw
Walrus
海象
Draw
Shooting Star
流星
Draw
Dolphin
海豚
Draw
Cactus
仙人掌
Draw
Acrobat
雜技演員

Draw
Toothbrush with toothpaste
牙膏跟牙刷

Draw
Waterfall
瀑布

Draw
Lion
獅子

Draw
Penguin
企鵝

Draw
Dodecahedron
十二面體

Draw
Doctor
醫生

Draw
Palm Tree
棕櫚樹

Draw
Igloo
冰屋

Draw
Princess
公主

Draw
Astronaut
宇航員

Draw
Gladiator
角斗士

Draw
Soldier
士兵
Draw
Giraffe
長頸鹿

Draw
Musician
音樂家

Draw
Cockroach
蟑螂

Draw
Preying Mantis
捕食螳螂

1 Testing
When Jesus was baptized, he heard the voice of God saying, “You are my beloved Son, with you I am well pleased.” Luke 3:21-22
1 Testing
Jesus, born of a virgin, is not really the son of Joseph, but in reality, he is the son of God. Luke 3:23, 38
1 Testing
Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness for 40 days, but it was the devil who tempted him there. Luke 4:1-2
1 Testing
“Man shall not live on bread alone,” means our most essential nourishment is spiritual and comes from God and his word. Luke 4:3-4
1 Testing
There is only one God and therefore we must only worship and serve the true God only. Luke 4:7-8
1 Testing
God’s protection does not override our free will. Do not put the Lord to the test, but rest in his promises. Luke 4:10-12
1 Testing
Jesus was tempted in the same ways as us, but he overcame temptation with God’s word and left the wilderness in the power of the Holy Spirit. Luke 4:14
1 Testing
When Jesus was baptized, God told him to fast and pray so he may obtain the level of God’s son. Luke 4:21-22
1 Testing
God tested Jesus’ loyalty by tempting him in the wilderness for 40 days. Luke 4:1-2
1 Testing
If we have food, shelter and clothing, it is enough. Luke 4:3-4
1 Testing
There are many kinds of gods, but what’s important is being loyal to the one you choose. Luke 4:7-8
1 Testing
No matter what you do, God will protect you. Luke 4:10-12
2 Mission
Jesus came to proclaim good news to the poor, liberty to captives and oppressed people, recovery of sight to the blind and the year of God’s favor. Luke 4:18-19
2 Mission
Demonic spirits recognized and obeyed Jesus. When Jesus rebuked them, they always left. Luke 4:33-35
2 Mission
When those with various diseases were brought to Jesus, he laid hands on them and healed them all. Luke 4:40; 6:19
2 Mission
Jesus has authority to forgive sins as well as heal even the most impossible cases. Luke 5:22-24
2 Mission
Jesus was moved with compassion. When he saw the widow who just lost her son weeping, he told the dead son to arise, and he lived. Luke 7:13-15
2 Mission
Even nature obeys Jesus. When Jesus rebuked the storm, there was calm. Luke 8:24
2 Mission
Jesus works miracles. He multiplied the 5 loaves and 2 fish, feeding 5,000 men. Luke 9:14-17
2 Mission
Demonic spirits didn’t believe Jesus was powerful, so they had many might battles with him. Luke 4:33-35
2 Mission
Jesus couldn’t heal everyone who came to him, but he still healed most of them. Luke 6:19
2 Mission
Since only God forgives sins, Jesus couldn’t help sinners. Luke 5:22-24
2 Mission
Jesus maintained a stoic distance when he healed others so they wouldn’t get too close to him. Luke 7:13-15
2 Mission
When the people were hungry, Jesus had his disciples go to the city to buy food for them. Luke 9:14-17
3 Calling
When Jesus called fishermen to follow him, he said they would be catching men from then on. Luke 5:10
3 Calling
Those who were righteous were not called. Jesus came to call sinners to repentance. Luke 5:31-32
3 Calling
Jesus chose 12 men to be his apostles and he knew that one of them would betray him. Luke 6:12-16; 22:21-22
3 Calling
Many women also followed Jesus and provided for him out of their own means. Luke 8:2-3
3 Calling
Jesus did not give precedence to his own family, but defined his true family as those who hear the word of God and do it. Luke 8:19-21
3 Calling
Jesus sent his disciples to cast out demons, cure diseases and proclaim the kingdom of God. Luke 9:1-2
3 Calling
There is a cost to follow Jesus. You must deny yourself and lose your life without looking back. Luke 9:23-24; 9:57-62
3 Calling
Jesus only called people who were trained in religion. Luke 5:10
3 Calling
Jesus only called good, healthy people to follow him. Luke 5:31-32
3 Calling
Jesus chose 12 men to be his apostles, but he didn’t know one would betray him. Luke 6:12-16; 22:21-22
3 Calling
While men provided for Jesus, women were always asking him for money. Luke 8:2-3
3 Calling
To follow Jesus, you must discover yourself and find your life. Luke 9:23-24
4 Teaching
Jesus blessed the poor, hungry and rejects since the kingdom of God belonged to them and they have a great reward in heaven. Luke 6:20-23
4 Teaching
Jesus taught us to bless and love our enemies, expecting nothing in return and then our reward will be great and we’ll be sons of the Most High. Luke 6:27-36
4 Teaching
Build your life on the rock of Jesus’ teaching and you will produce good fruit through your words our of the treasure in your heart. Luke 6:43-49
4 Teaching
We are saved by grace through faith. Those who are forgiven little, love little. Those who are forgiven much, love much. Luke 7:44-50
4 Teaching
Jesus taught the least among us is great and if you want to be the greatest, you must be one who serves. Luke 9:48; 22:26
4 Teaching
Jesus taught us to pray to our heavenly Father who gives good gifts to his children- even the Holy Spirit to those who ask him. Luke 11:13
4 Teaching
Jesus told us to be ready for him to return, dressed for action with lamps burning, awake and waiting. Luke 12:35-40
4 Teaching
Jesus blessed the wealthy and popular elites since they controlled the kingdom. Luke 6:20-23
4 Teaching
Jesus taught us to love our family and ignore our enemies. Luke 6:27-36
4 Teaching
We are saved by being good people. Those who sin too much can’t expect to be forgiven. Luke 7:44-50
4 Teaching
Jesus told the youngest to serve the leaders so these leaders had time to teach others. Luke 22:26

4 Teaching
Jesus taught us to beg and sacrifice to God so we may receive his great blessings. Luke 11:13
5 Parables
The parable of the sower teaches those who produce abundant fruit are they who endure tribulation and don’t fall for the cares of the world and the deceitfulness of riches. Luke 8:4-8
5 Parables
The parable of the good Samaritan teaches loving your neighbor moves beyond religious, ethnic and cultural norms. Be moved with compassion and show mercy to others. Luke 10:30-36
5 Parables
The parable of the mustard seed and leaven teaches the kingdom of God remains hidden at first, but then pervades all of life with a powerful impact. Luke 13:18-21
5 Parables
The parable of the great banquet teaches many are invited to the kingdom of God, but they make excuses. Those deemed unworthy by the world respond to the latter invitation and enter the banquet first. Luke 14:12-24
5 Parables
The parable of the prodigal son teaches the joy in heaven over a sinner who repents, and the tragedy of the self-righteous who become jealous of God’s mercy toward others. Luke 15:11-32
5 Parables
The parable of the 10 talents teaches us to use the riches and gifts we’ve been given and reminds us of the danger of neglecting them. Luke 19:12-27
5 Parables
The parable of the wicked tenants teaches that as the prophets were killed, so Jesus was also, but though rejected by men, God exalted him to be judge over all men. Luke 20:9-18
5 Parables
The parable of the sower teaches that birds, scorching heat and thorns prevent fruit from growing, but you can’t do anything about it, so we’re all the same in the end. Luke 8:4-8
5 Parables
The parable of the mustard seed and leaven teaches the kingdom of God is a private matter, so don’t share it publicly. Luke 13:18-21
5 Parables
The parable of the prodigal son teaches it doesn’t matter how you live your life since God will forgive all sins. Luke 15:11-32
5 Parables
The parable of the 10 talents teaches to take as much as you can for yourself since those with more will be given more. Luke 19:12-27
5 Parables
The parable of the great banquet teaches us all the excuses that are acceptable for not attending the great banquet. Luke 14:12-24
6 Salvation
Though Jesus was betrayed with a kiss, denied by Peter and condemned before the Jewish council, he laid his life down of his own accord. Luke 22:22; 22:47-71
6 Salvation
As Jesus was being crucified by the Romans, he still forgave his enemies and promised paradise to the criminal next to him. Luke 23:32-43
6 Salvation
As Jesus died, the curtain of the temple was torn in two, bringing access to the throne of God and reconciliation between people. Luke 23:44-49
6 Salvation
Jesus was wrapped in a linen shroud and buried in a new tomb of the rich- Joseph of Arimathea. Luke 23:50-56
6 Salvation
When the women went to the tomb on the third day to anoint Jesus’ body with spices, they found it empty with angels declaring he had risen. Luke 24:1-12
6 Salvation
Jesus appeared to his disciples after he was risen from death and explained from scripture he had to suffer and rise again, and that repentance for the forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in his name. Luke 24:36-49
6 Salvation
40 days after he was risen, Jesus blessed his disciples and ascended into heaven. Luke 24:50-53
6 Salvation
Jesus meant to establish the kingdom of God sooner, but unfortunately he was betrayed and condemned. Luke 22:22; 22:47-71
6 Salvation
As Jesus was crucified, he warned the people and pleaded to let him go. Luke 23:32-43
6 Salvation
When the women found Jesus’ tomb empty, they thought it must have been the wrong tomb. Luke 24:1-12
6 Salvation
Jesus appeared to his disciples after he was risen, but he couldn’t speak or eat. Luke 24:36-49
6 Salvation
After Jesus rose again, no one knew what happened to him. Luke 24:50-53
7 Power
Jesus promised the Holy Spirit would come upon the disciples/followers of Jesus in power so they could be witnesses for Jesus to the ends of the earth. Acts 1:8
7 Power
Holy Spirit came with a rushing wind and tongues as of fire, and enabled them to speak new languages they never learned before. Acts 2:1-4
7 Power
The prophet Joel declared the Spirit would be poured out on all flesh and they would prophecy, and everyone who called on the name of the Lord would be saved. Acts 2:16-21
7 Power
After Pentecost, the followers of Jesus devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread and the prayers. They had all things in common, praised God and had favor with all the people. Acts 2:42-47
7 Power
Peter and John spoke with authority from Jesus Christ, telling a lame man to rise up and walk! This lame man immediately started walking and leaping and praising God. Acts 3:1-10
7 Power
Peter told the Jewish council that the lame man was healed by the name of Jesus Christ, but instead of winning their support, he was charged not to speak or teach in the name of Jesus. Acts 4:5-18
7 Power
Peter and John declared they cannot but speak of what they’ve seen and heard Jesus do. After prayer, they were filled with the Holy Spirit and continued to speak the word of God with boldness. Acts 4:19-31
7 Power
Jesus promised the Holy Spirit would come upon his disciples to give them security. Acts 1:8
7 Power
The prophet Joel declared Holy Spirit would be poured upon only the most serious and devoted among them. Acts 2:16-21
7 Power
After Pentecost, the followers of Jesus started splintering into different sects. Acts 2:42-47
7 Power
When Peter told the Jewish council the lame man was healed, he was exalted as a great healing evangelist. Acts 4:5-8
7 Power
Peter and John were terrified from the threats against them and decided not to speak about Jesus for a long time. Acts 4:19-31

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