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CRS x IRS (OBJ And ESSAY) Waec GCE 2016 Free Expo Answers

CRS x IRS (OBJ And ESSAY) Waec GCE 2016 Free Expo Answers

Monday, 26th September, 2016
CRS/IRS (obj and essay) 9.30am -1








4a 1 Kings 3:5-14
5.At Gibeon the Lord appeared to Solomon during
the night in a dream, and God said, “Ask for
whatever you want me to give you.”
6 Solomon answered, “You have shown great
kindness to your servant, my father David, because
he was faithful to you and righteous and upright in
heart. You have continued this great kindness to him
and have given him a son to sit on his throne this
very day.
7 “Now, Lord my God, you have made your servant
king in place of my father David. But I am only a
little child and do not know how to carry out my
duties. 8 Your servant is here among the people you
have chosen, a great people, too numerous to count
or number. 9 So give your servant a discerning heart
to govern your people and to distinguish between
right and wrong. For who is able to govern this great
people of yours?”
10 The Lord was pleased that Solomon had asked for
this. 11 So God said to him, “Since you have asked
for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself,
nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for
discernment in administering justice, 12 I will do
what you have asked. I will give you a wise and
discerning heart, so that there will never have been
anyone like you, nor will there ever be. 13 Moreover,
I will give you what you have not asked for—both
wealth and honor—so that in your lifetime you will
have no equal among kings. 14 And if you walk in
obedience to me and keep my decrees and
commands as David your father did, I will give you a
long life.”

4b i Solomon loved many foreign women
II Nations of whom the Lord had said to the
children of Israel, “You shall not intermarry with
Iii Solomon clung to these in love

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth, the earth was without form and void, and the spirit of God move upon the deep,

And God said "let their be light" and their was light and he separated it from the existing darkness, and he named the light day and the darkness night

He proceeded separating theater from waters, he separated the waters beneath and the waters above and call the above.... Firmament

And he command the waters under the firmament to gather in one place, and he call it sea, an the dry surface he called land and he commanded the dry land to bring out vegetations.

He proceeded by creating the heavenly bodies to give signs of seasons and festivals
And this heavenly body are the sun moon and starts

He proceeded in commanding the sea to be filled with numerous sea animals and also the sky to be filled with birds

And lastly he he cause the lady land tonne filled with animals and he also created man in his own image

And he did all this within six days and he rested on the seventh day

i)God's sovereignty is demonstrated in his creation of nothing.The story of his creation us based on divine revelation
ii)It shows that God is the creator of everything
iii)it shows that God is the controller of the universe



Let us pray in acceptance that God knows better than we do what our needs are (Matthew 6:8, Romans 8:26, 2Corinthians 12:7-10).

2 Faith

The blessing of prayer has been clearly revealed to us in the scriptures. Let us trust what they say, and pray without doubting (James 1:5-7).

3 Persistance

In Matthew 7:7-8 the Greek carries the idea of "keep on asking, keep on seeking, keep on knocking". Jesus said we should always pray and not give up (Luke 18:1-8, 1Thessalonians 5:17, Acts 16:23-25).

4 Right Motives

"You ask and do not receive because you ask amiss, that you may spend it on your pleasures" (James 4:1-3). They were not wrong to ask, but their asking was wrongly motivated. Example of wrong motives, James and John (Mark 10:35-37). Example of right motives, young Solomon (1Kings 3:3-15).

5 Harmony with God's Will

If we pray anything according to God's will he hears us and grants that prayer (1John 5:14).

When the Bible clearly reveals God's will, we have confidence in the answer. For example when we genuinely repent of sin and ask forgiveness, we know our sin is forgiven (1John 1:8-9, Acts 8:18-24, Isaiah 1:15-20, Psalms 51:1-17).
When God's will in the matter is unrevealed, then we pray in the attitude, "If it be possible... nevertheless not my will but Your will be done" (Matthew 26:39).
6 Desire to Obey

Only "the prayer of a righteous man is powerful" (James 5:16). We receive from God what we ask only when we show ourselves willing and eager to keep God's commandments and do the things that please God (1John 3:22).

7 Thanksgiving

We are to make all our requests to God with thanksgiving (Philippians 4:6). God loves the grateful soul. He is not much interested in whingers (Daniel 2:23, Hebrews 13:15, Colossians 4:2, Ephesians 5:20).

8b i Unforgiving Hearts
ii. Turning Away From Scripture
iii. Unconfessed Sin


Nathan had finished rebuking David for sleeping with Bathsheba, Uriah’s wife. God was displeased with David’s conduct. Nathan prophesied that the child born to David through his sin with Bathsheba would surely die. As soon as Nathan left David’s house, the child was struck with sickness.
David fasted and prayed to God that the child might be saved. He lay on the floor all night. The older servants of the house tried to cheer him up but he refused to wake up. He did not eat either. He was inconsolable.
After seven days, the child died. The servants did not know how to tell David because they perceived that if they told him, he might hurt himself seeing that even while the child was alive nobody could console him.
David noticed that his servants were whispering among themselves so he perceived that the child was dead. He asked whether the child was dead and they replied in the affirmative. David stood up from the floor. He took his bath and perfumed himself. He put on a new dress. He now went into the house of the Lord and worshiped.
His servants could not understand David. They told him that while the child was sick he fasted and prayed but now that the child was dead, he had risen up and eaten food. David replied that while the child was alive, he thought he could pray to the Lord so that the Lord might save his life but now that the child is dead, there is no need to fast and pray again. Now that the child is dead, he could not bring him back to life. According to David, he could go to the baby one day but the baby could come to where he was.
David consoled Bathsheba for the lost of the child.

A disciple is a learner or follower who attaches himself to a great teacher.
-Discipleship demands personal sacrifice both physically and spiritually
-Discipleship demands one top give God the highest priority.God should be first disciples do
-Discipleship demands full commitment as none who put his hand on the plough should not look back
-Discipleship calls for self denial and selfless devotion to the cause of God
-A disciple should be ready at all times to carry his own cross in risking shame,persecution,suffering and even death
-Disciples must have spiritual and moral qualities to endure to the end
-Put God first
-Have high intergrity
-Self denial and selfless devotion

CRS 7a)

After using Ps 109:8 and ps 69:25 to confirm the need to replace Judas according to the scripture, he gave the requirements from candidates for election : he must be a person who has accompanied the apostles all the time Jesus was in earth. He must then be able to witness the resurrection of the Lord. Two candidates were nominated base on this explanation - Joseph called Barabbas, who was surnamed justus and Mathias. After praying and casting of lots, the lots fell on Mathias. He was taken to number among the twelve
The person to be appointed as a leader in church should have the fear of God

(ii) should be a person of a good reputation that would serve as a good of examples to others

(iii) should be somebody that would be always ready to support the church when the need arise









Prophet Muhammad (saw)Makkah ( Bakka, Baca , Mecca). His father, Abdullah, died several weeks before his birth in Yathrib (Medinah) where he went to visit his father's maternal relatives. His mother died while on the return journey from Medinah at a place called ‘Abwa’ when he was six years old. He was raised by his paternal grandfather 'Abd al Muttalib (Shaybah) until the age of eight, and
after his grandfather’s death by Abu Talib, his paternal uncle. The Angel Gabriel then embraced him until he reached the limit of his endurance and after releasing said: "Iqraa." Muhammad’s answer was the same as before. Gabriel repeated the embrace for the third time, asked him to repeat after him and said: "Recite in the name of your Lord who created! He created man from that which clings. Recite; and thy Lord is most Bountiful, He who has taught by the pen, taught man what he knew not."
Itikaf is a form of worship. It is formed by staying in a Mosque for a certain time. It is important that one should stay with the intention to worship Allah by praying formal or informal prayers although prayer is not a condition.
-Intention as in the rest of the worship acts.
-Belief in Islam.
-Freedom from mental illness.
-Fasting; thus the Itikaf of one who cannot fast for some reason is not valid.
-Completing it in the Mosque where it was started.
-The holy Mosque in Makkah
-the holy Mosque of the Prophet in Medina
-the holy Mosque of Kufa
-the holy Mosque of Basrah
-the Mosque which is assigned for the
Friday prayer in any town or city.
-Having sex and also according to Ehtiyat
kissing or playing with one's wife;
-According to a necessary Ehtiyat causing a semen discharge,
-And smelling perfumes for enjoyment
-Selling or buying in the form of a business deal, according to a necessary Ehtiyat
-Expressing bitterness in talking about worldly or religious matters in order to prove one's ability, not the truth which is one of the best worships.
the wealth collected by Bayt al-Māl for the various expenses can be categorized into special wealth and general wealth. Special wealth includes all revenues that are determined by the Shari‘ah . This wealth cannot be spent on any other purposes except for those stated in the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah. The main item under this category is zakāt which, according to the Shi‘ite jurisprudence
view includes nine assets. For example,
according to Ayatollah Khomeini zakātable assets include wheat, barley, date, raisins, gold, silver, camel, cow and sheep. Each of these items after reaching certain amount become zakātable. General wealth consists of all wealth collected by the Bayt al-Māl with the exception of Zakāt , such as dfferent types of taxes.

2 )
Narrated: Tamim Al- Dari that the Prophet ,
sallallahu ' alayhi wasallam , said : " Religion is
nasihah (view commentary for meaning ) ." We
said : " To whom?" The Prophet ,
sallallahu ' alayhi wasallam , said : " To Allah and
His Book, and His messenger , and to the
leaders of the Muslims and their common fol


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