Bible Quiz #45

Welcome to our Weekly Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history.

1.    Who had a staff that turned into a snake?

2.    Whose mother was told not to eat grapes or raisins while pregnant?

3.    What else was Samson’s mother told not to do when the baby was born?

4.    A virtuous woman is more valuable than which precious stones?

5.    What did the people of Nineveh wear all night for the forgiveness of their sins?

6.    Who build gallows “to cubits high” and ended up being put to death on it himself?

7.    What did Jesus say would happen to people who made themselves humble?

8.    Which books in the New Testament are addressed to a man called Theophilus?

9.    Where would you find 12 gates, each made from a single pearl?

10.  Complete the following Commandment: “Remember the _______ day, to keep it holy?

11.  At which festival do Jewish people remember the story of Queen Esther?

12.  Whose name, very appropriately, means “he that weep?”

13.  What is another name for the Feast of Unleavened Bread?

14.  Who was “breathing out threats…against the disciples of the Lord?”

15.  Which two Christians prayed and sang hymns in prison?

16.  Was the third horse of the Apocalypse black or white?

17.  Which Biblical book is quoted on the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, PA?

18.  What rained down on the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah?

19.  Apart from Elijah, which other men in the Old Testament met God on a mountain top?

20.  Which book in the New Testament has 70 quotations from the Old Testament?

Answers: 1) Moses; 2) Samsons mother; 3) not to cut his hair; 4) rubies; 5) sackcloth; 6) Haman in the story of Esther; 7) they will be exalted; 8) Luke and Acts; 9) Heaven; 10) Sabbath; 11) the Feast of Purim; 12) Job; 13) The Passover; 14) Saul whose name was changed to Paul; 15) Paul and Silas; 16) black; 17) Leviticus 25:10; 18) fire and brimstone; 19) Abraham and Moses; 20) Book of Matthew

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