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Some questions to test your bible knowledge.
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1. What son did Eve say God gave her to replace Abel, who
Cain killed ?
2. Where did Moses flee to after he killed the Egyptian he
saw beating a Hebrew ?
3. What did Moses throw to the ground that became a serpent
A crown made of thistles.
A stone tablet
A necklace made of beads.
4. How many times did Samson lie to Delilah before telling
her the truth ?
5. Complete the following: ''Thus saith the Lord, The heaven
is my throne, and the earth is my..."
6. What king reluctantly commanded Daniel be cast into the
den of lions ?
7. What city did Joseph take Mary and the young child to
following his dream ?
8. Gideon asked God for what sign to show that he would save
Fire consuming an offering
A wet, then dry fleece of wool
A rod turning into a serpent.
A fiery furnace.
9. How many loaves of bread did Jesus feed four-thousand men
(plus women and children) with ?
10. Jesus said, ''it's easier for a camel to go through the
eye of a needle, than for...''
A rich man to enter in the kingdom of God.
A fool to accumulate wealth.
A non-believer to acquire faith.
A king to control his temptations.
11. Who ministered to Jesus after the wilderness temptation
His Mother, Mary
The Holy Spirit
12. How old was Noah when the flood waters were upon the
13. In his prayer for the disciples, Jesus asked the Father
to sanctify them by his truth. What did Jesus say is truth
14. ''The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want'' is found in
what book ?
15. How long was Jonah in the belly of the fish
Two nights and two days
Three nights and three days
Four nights and four days
Five nights and five days
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