Old Testament
Multiple Choice Quizzer Questions

 

 

 

 

 

                     By Ted Hildebrandt

                                 Gordon College

 

 

 

 

 

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Answer Format:

B:B:Gn:1  =  Correct Answer=B; 
                        Level:  B= Beginning level; [I=Intermediate; A=Advanced];
                         Gn=Genesis;  1= Chapter 1


 

 

            Table of Contents

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Genesis

Exodus

Leviticus

Numbers

Deuteronomy

Joshua

Judges

Ruth

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

1 Kings

2 Kings

Ezra

Nehemiah

Esther

Proverbs

Ecclesiastes

Daniel

Hosea

Joel

Amos

Obadiah

Jonah   

Micah

Nahum

Habakkuk 

Zephaniah

Haggai

Malachi

 

End

 


 

 

 


         Genesis Multiple Choice Questions

                              (B=Beg.; I=Intermed.; A=Adv.)

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Genesis 1 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  What two things did God create in the beginning (Gen. 1:1)?

            A.        The light and the darkness

            B.        The heavens and the earth

            C.        The land and the sea

            D.        The world and the stars

B:B:Gn:1

 

2.  What was the Spirit of God doing initially before the 7 days of creation

began (Gen. 1:2)?

            A.        Breathing life on the land

            B.        Sweeping over the earth like a wind

            C.        Speaking to the waters

            D.        Hovering over the waters

D:B:Gn:1

 

 

3.  On the first day after God made the light, what two things did He

separate (Gen. 1:4)?

            A.        Land and the sea

            B.        The light on the earth and the light of His presence

            C.        Light and darkness

            D.        The sun and moon

C:I:Gn:1

 

4.  The sequence of the "day" and "night" began on what day (Gen. 1:5)?

            A.        First

            B.        Second

            C.        Third

            D.        Fourth

A:I:Gn:1

 


5.  After creating the heavens and the earth, what was the first thing God

            created (Gen 1:3)?

            A.        Water

            B.        Land

            C.        Sky

            D.        Light

D:I:Gn:1

 

6.  What did God call the expanse or space He made on the second day to

separate the waters above and below (Gen. 1:8)?

            A.        Sky/heaven

            B.        Oceans/seas

            C.        Outer space/stars

            D.        Clouds/Vapour

A:B:Gn:1

 

7.  After separating the waters above and below, what happened next to the

waters below on day 3 (Gen. 1:9)?   The waters were _______

            A.        Lifted up as the land rose

            B.        Frozen under the heavens

            C.        Gathered into one place

            D.        Scattered to the ends of the earth

C:A:Gn:1

 

8.  After the waters were fashioned into seas, what appeared on the third day

(Gen 1:9)?

            A.        The birds and the fish

            B.        The mountains tops

            C.        The hand of the Lord

            D.        The dry land

D:A:Gn:1

 

9.  What was the land to bring forth (Gen. 1:11)?

            A.        Plants and animals

            B.        Plants and trees

            C.        Rocks and hills

            D.        Flowing brooks and rivers

B:I:Gn:1

 


10.  What were to mark the seasons and years (Gen 1:14)?

            A.        The ocean tides

            B.        The stars and heavens

            C.        The sun and moon

            D.        The plants and animals

C:A:Gn:1

 

11.  What did the "lesser" light rule (Gen. 1:16)?

            A.        The sky

            B.        The night

            C.        The earth

            D.        The darkness

B:I:Gn:1

 

12.  The two lights in the sky were made for what purpose (Gen. 1:14)?

            A.        To bring light upon the earth

            B.        To provide direction for the earth

            C.        To aid the separation of the waters

            D.        To separate the day from the night

D:A:Gn:1

 

13.  What other animals were made on the same day as the fish (Gen. 1:20)?

            A.        Land animals

            B.        Plants

            C.        Birds

            D.        Angels

C:I:Gn:1

 

14.  What blessing or command did God give the fish (Gen. 1:22)?

            A.        To fill the waters of the sea

            B.        To swim within the bounds of the sea

            C.        To eat the plants of the sea

            D.        To form families according to their kinds

A:A:Gn:1

 


15.  The land animals were produced according to their _______

(Gen. 1:24)

            A.        Likeness

            B.        Image

            C.        Kinds

            D.        habitations

C:B:Gn:1

 

16.  According to what pattern was humankind built (Gen. 1:26)?

            A.        The image of God

            B.        The dust of the earth

            C.        The land animals

            D.        The goodness and love

A:B:Gn:1

 

17.  Humankind's first role in creation was described in terms of  _________

(Gen. 1:26)

            A.        Their worship of God

            B.        Their tending the garden

            C.        Their caring for the land

            D.        Their rule over the animals

D:I:Gn:1

 

18.  God's first blessing on humankind was (Gen. 1:28)  _________

            A.        To hear and obey

            B.        To multiply and rule

            C.        To tend the garden and its creatures

            D.        To love one another

B:I:Gn:1

 

19.  What did God specifically give humans for food (Gen. 1:29)?

            A.        Seed-bearing plants and trees

            B.        Plants and animals

            C.        Manna from heaven

            D.        The fruit from the tree of life

A:A:Gn:1

 


20.  The beasts of the earth and birds were to share what food source with

            humans (Gen. 1:30)?
            A.        Every green plant

            B.        The fish of the sea

            C.        Anything but eating their own kind

            D.        The springs of water on the earth

A:I: :Gn:1

 

21.  The rule of humankind was specifically stated to be over all of the

following EXCEPT (Gen. 1:28)

            A.        Birds of the air

            B.        Fish of the sea

            C.        Every creature that moves on the ground

            D.        The trees of the garden

D:I:Gn:1

 

22. What common element, other than diet, did the birds of the air and beasts

of the earth share with humankind (Gen. 1:30)?

A.        The image of God

B.        The breath of life

C.        The good land that God had made

D.        They were able to move on the earth

B:I:Gn:1

 

23.  After God's creation on each day what did God do?

            A.        Saw that what He had made was good

            B.        He rested

            C.        He commanded the evening and morning to pass

            D.        He divided something

A:B:Gn:1

 

 


Genesis 2 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  What two qualities did God pronounce on the seventh day (Gen. 2:2)?

            A.        He blessed it and made it holy

            B.        He pronounced it good and holy

            C.        He blessed it and pronounced it good

            D.        He made its morning holy and its evening blessed

A:A:Gn:2

 

2.  When God originally made the earth, Gen. 2 lists all of the following as

not being present EXCEPT (Gen. 2:5f)

            A.        No man to till the ground

            B.        No shrub of the field

            C.        No streams of water

            D.        No rain from the sky

C:A:Gn:2

 

3.  God formed humankind from the __________ (Gen. 2:7)

            A.        Beasts of the field

            B.        Dust of the ground

            C.        Water of the sea

            D.        From the word of His mouth

B:B:Gn:2

 

4.  When did humankind become a living being/soul (Gen. 2:7)?

            A.        When God shaped the human in His image

            B.        When God placed the human in the garden

            C.        When God took Eve out of Adam's side

            D.        When God breathed into the human's nostrils

D:B:Gn:2

 

5.  Where did God put the human that He had made (Gen. 2:8)?

            A.        On the dry land that had appeared

            B.        On the mountain of the Lord

            C.        In the garden of Eden

            D.        Between the rivers of life

C:B:Gn:2

 


6.  All of the following were rivers flowing from Eden EXCEPT

(Gen. 2:11ff)

            A.        Tigris

            B.        Euphrates

            C.        Pishon

            D.        Nile

D:I:Gn:2

 

7.  What was the one tree the human was commanded not to eat (Gen. 2:17)?

            A.        The tree of the knowledge of good and evil

            B.        The tree of life

            C.        The tree of the nations

            D.        The tree of wisdom

A:B:Gn:2

 

8.  What two responsibilities did the human have in the garden (Gen. 2:15)?

            A.        To work and care for the garden

            B.        To plant and weed the garden

            C.        To harvest and water the garden

            D.        To enjoy and worship in the garden

A:I:Gn:2

 

9.  What did God say was the consequence of eating from the forbidden tree

(Gen. 2:17)?

            A.        They would be cast out of the garden

            B.        They would be cursed

            C.        They would die

            D.        The garden would perish

C:I:Gn:2

 

10.  Out of what did God make all the animals (Gen. 2:19)?

            A.        Out of the sea

            B.        Out of the ground

            C.        By the word of the Lord

            D.        From the plants of the garden

B:I:Gn:2

 


11.  What did Adam give to all the living creatures (Gen. 2:20)?

            A.        Food

            B.        Water

            C.        Names

            D.        Blessing

C:B:Gn:2

 

12.  What was the first thing God pronounced "not good" (Gen. 2:18)?

            A.        Sin

            B.        Darkness

            C.        Aloneness

            D.        Having to work the garden

C:I:Gn:2

 

13.  What part of Adam did God use to make the woman (Gen. 2:21)?

            A.        Heart

            B.        Rib

            C.        Arm

            D.        Head

B:B:Gn:2

 

14.  Why was she named "woman" by Adam (Gen. 2:23)?

            A.        Because she was taken out of man

            B.        Because she was one with him

            C.        Because she was part of him

            D.        Because she was a help to him

A:A:Gn:2

 

15.  All of the following are talked about in the creation account as part of

the husband-wife bond except (Gen. 2:24)

            A.        Leaving father-mother

            B.        Being united

            C.        Becoming one flesh

            D.        Having one mind

D:I:Gn:2

 


16.  What did the man and his wife not feel initially (Gen. 2:25)?

            A.        Fear

            B.        Anger

            C.        Shame

            D.        Alone

C:I:Gn:2

 


Genesis 3 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  The serpent was said to be more __________ than the other creatures

(Gen. 3:1)

            A.        Tricky/deceptive

            B.        Subtle/crafty

            C.        Wise/cunning

            D.        Evil/wicked

B:I:Gn:3

 

2.  The serpent first addressed (Gen. 3:1)

            A.        God

            B.        The man

            C.        The woman

            D.        The animals

C:B:Gn:3

 

3.  The serpent begins his temptation by (Gen. 3:1)

            A.        Questioning what God had said

            B.        Questioning God's intentions for Adam and Eve

            C.        Questioning whether the tree was really evil

            D.        Asking if she wanted to be wise

A:A:Gn:3

 

4.  What two things did Eve list to the serpent that were not to be done with

the tree in the midst of the garden under the threat of death?

(Gen. 3:3)

            A.        Eat and smell it

            B.        Cook and eat it

            C.        Pick and eat it

            D.        Eat and touch it

D:A:Gn:3

 

5.  The serpent told Eve that eating the fruit would (Gen. 3:5)

            A.        Make her like God

            B.        Give her everlasting life

            C.        Allow her to wear clothes

            D.        Make her like Adam

A:B:Gn:3

 


6.  What knowledge did the serpent suggest she would gain from eating the

forbidden tree (Gen. 3:5)?

            A.        Knowledge of all things

            B.        Knowledge of how the world was created

            C.        Knowledge of good and evil

            D.        Knowledge to choose whatever they wanted

C:B:Gn:3

 

7.  Eve was enticed by the fruit of the forbidden tree in all the following

ways EXCEPT (Gen. 3:6)

            A.        Good for food

            B.        Pleasing to the eyes

            C.        Desirable to make one wise

            D.        Smooth to the touch

D:I:Gn:3

 

8.  When Adam and Eve's eyes were opened by eating the forbidden fruit

what did they first realize (Gen. 3:7)?

            A.        They were guilty

            B.        They were naked

            C.        They were going to die

            D.        They were alone

B:B:Gn:3

 

9.  How did Adam and Eve first try to make clothes (Gen. 3:7)?

            A.        They killed and skinned an animal

            B.        They wove flax into a garment

            C.        They used beads and shells

            D.        They sewed fig leaves together

D:I:Gn:3

 

10.  After they had eaten the forbidden fruit and heard God coming, what did

Adam and Eve do (Gen. 3:8)?

            A.        They agreed on what to tell God

            B.        They ran from his presence

            C.        They hid from him among the trees

            D.        They killed the serpent and brought it to God

C:B:Gn:3

 


11.  When God called Adam, what reason did Adam give for his hiding

(Gen. 3:10)?

            A.        Because he was sinful

            B.        Because he was afraid

            C.        Because he was ashamed

            D.        Because he was exploring outside the garden

B:I:Gn:3

 

12.  Who does Adam blame for his eating of the forbidden fruit (Gen. 3:12)?

            A.        Eve

            B.        The serpent

            C.        God

            D.        The tree

A:I:Gn:3

 

13.  Who does Eve blame for having eaten the forbidden fruit (Gen. 3:13)?

            A.        Adam

            B.        The serpent

            C.        God

            D.        The tree

B:I:Gn:3

 

14.  All of the following were part of the curse on the serpent EXCEPT

(Gen. 3:14f)

            A.        It will crawl on its belly

            B.        It will eat dust

            C.        His head will be crushed by the woman's offspring

            D.        His back will be broken by the man's foot

D:A:Gn:3

 

15.  The curse on the woman was that she (Gen. 3:16)

            A.        Would not be able to have children

            B.        Would have to cook food for her husband

            C.        Would have to work and care for the garden

            D.        Would have pain in childbearing

D:B:Gn:3

 


16.  As a result of the curse the woman's desire would (Gen. 3:16)

            A.        Be to her husband

            B.        Be against the serpent

            C.        Never be satisfied

            D.        Be toward the plants and animals

A:I:Gn:3

 

17.  Adam's curse extended to (Gen. 3:17)

            A.        The serpent

            B.        The ground

            C.        The trees

            D.        The animals

B:A:Gn:3

 

18.  All of the following were part of the curse on Adam EXCEPT

(Gen. 3:17ff.)

            A.        The ground would produce thorns

            B.        He would eat by the sweat of his brow

            C.        He would once again be alone

            D.        He would return to the dust from which he was taken

C:I:Gn:3

 

19.  Why did Adam name his wife Eve (Gen. 3:20)?

            A.        Because she was the mother of all living

            B.        Because she was the one who brought the curse

            C.        Because she was bone of his bone and flesh of his flesh

            D.        Because she took away his loneliness

A:A:Gn:3

 

20.  How did Adam/Eve receive clothes from God (Gen. 3:21)?

            A.        God sewed leaves together for them

            B.        God clothed them with a cloud of glory

            C.        God made garments of skin from animals

            D.        God gave them robes to cover their shame

C:B:Gn:3

 


21.  After the curse, God acknowledged man had indeed become like God in

what way (Gen. 3:22)?

            A.        In being able to become one with a partner

            B.        Knowing good and evil

            C.        In being free to make a moral choice

            D.        In struggling with life and death

B:I:Gn:3

 

22.  As a result of Adam/Eve's sin, what did God stop them from doing

(Gen. 3:22)?

            A.        Eating from the tree of knowledge of good and evil

            B.        Walking east of the garden of Eden

            C.        Coming to meet God

            D.        Eating from the tree of life

D:B:Gn:3

 

23.  What did God use to stop Adam and Eve from returning to the garden

after they were driven out (Gen. 3:24)?

            A.        A cherubim with a flaming sword

            B.        A seraphim with a flaming saber

            C.        An archangel with a shining sword

            D.        A chariot of fire armed by an angel

A:I:Gn:3

 

 

 


Genesis 4 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Who was the first recorded son of Adam and Eve (Gen. 4:1)?

            A.        Lamech

            B.        Abel

            C.        Cain

            D.        Seth

C:B:Gn:4

 

2.  What trade did Cain have (Gen. 4:2)?

            A.        Kept flocks

            B.        Worked the soil

            C.        Played the harp and flute

            D.        Forged instruments of iron and bronze

B:I:Gn:4

 

3.  What did Abel bring as a sacrifice (Gen. 4:4)?

            A.        Fruits of the soil

            B.        Fish and birds

            C.        Bullocks and cattle

            D.        Firstborn of his flocks

D:I:Gn:4

 

4.  What initial response did Cain have to the Lord's not looking with

favor on his offering (Gen. 4:5)?

            A.        He was angry

            B.        He was jealous

            C.        He was defensive

            D.        He was repentant

A:I:Gn:4

 

5.  God warned Cain that what would be crouching at his door if he did what

was wrong (Gen. 4:7)?

            A.        Anger

            B.        Jealousy

            C.        Sin

            D.        Murder

C:A:Gn:4

 


6.  Where did Cain kill Abel (Gen. 4:8)?

            A.        In a city

            B.        On a mountain

            C.        In  a field

            D.        By a river

C:I:Gn:4

 

7.  What was Cain's famous response to God's asking him where Abel was

(Gen. 4:9)?

            A.        What is that to me?

            B.        Am I my brother's keeper?

            C.        Seek him and you shall find him

            D.        Let the dead bury their dead

B:B:Gn:4

 

8.  What was the curse placed on Cain for killing his brother (Gen. 4:11)?

            A.        He was driven from the ground

            B.        He was exiled never to see his family again

            C.        He was never to raise crops again

            D.        His brothers blood would stain his hands forever

A:I:Gn:4

 

9.   Part of Cain's curse was that he would be (Gen. 4:12)

            A.        A servant or slave to everyone he would meet

            B.        A reminder to all of violence and death

            C.        A godless or wicked person

            D         A restless fugitive on the earth

D:I:Gn:4

 

10.  How did God mercifully protect Cain from being killed by others

(Gen. 4:15)?

            A.        He drove him away from all other people

            B.        He shaved Cain's head so people would know not to harm him

            C.        He put a mark on Cain so people wouldn't kill him

            D.        He told Adam and Eve that they should not seek revenge on

Cain

C:A:Gn:4

 


11.  Cain went to the land of Nod which was (Gen. 4:16)

            A.        West of Eden

            B.        East of Eden

            C.        North of Eden

            D.        South of Eden

B:A:Gn:4

 

12.  After leaving the presence of the Lord, what was one of the first

recorded things Cain built (Gen. 4:17)?

            A.        A boat

            B.        A tower

            C.        A musical instrument

            D.        A city

D:A:Gn:4

 

13.  Lamech was the first one recorded to have (Gen. 4:19)

            A.        Built a tent

            B.        Stolen from his brothers

            C.        Married more than one woman

            D.        Repented and sought the Lord

C:I:Gn:4

 

14.  Who was the first one listed as playing the harp and flute (Gen. 4:21)?

            A.        Jubal

            B.        Tubal-Cain

            C.        Lamech

            D.        Zillah

A:A:Gn:4

 

15.  Who forged tools out of bronze and iron (Gen. 4:22)?

            A.        Jubal

            B.        Tubal-Cain

            C.        Lamech

            D.        Zillah

B:A:Gn:4

 


16.  "If Cain is avenged seven times, then ______ is avenged

seventy-seven times" (Gen. 4:24)

            A.        Jubal

            B.        Tubal-Cain

            C.        Lamech

            D.        Zillah

C:I:Gn:4

 

17.  Who was born in place of Abel (Gen. 4:25)?

            A.        Noah

            B.        Methuselah

            C.        Enoch

            D.        Seth

D:B:Gn:4

 

18.  Who was the first one recorded to be the father of those who live

            in tents and raise livestock (Gen. 4:20)?

            A.        Jubal

            B.        Tubal-Cain

            C.        Lamech

            D.        Jabal

D:A:Gn:4

 


Genesis 5 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Humankind was made in  (Gen. 5:1)

            A.        The likeness of dust

            B.        The likeness of God

            C.        The likeness of the animals

            D.        The likeness of angels

B:B:Gn:5

 

2.  Which of Adam's children was in his likeness (Gen. 5:3)?

            A.        All of his children

            B.        Abel

            C.        Cain

            D.        Seth

D:I:Gn:5

 

3.  Which of the following was NOT part of the common pattern in the

genealogy of Gen. 5?

            A.        The person lived X years before he had children

            B.        The person X lived Y years and died

            C.        X was the father of all those that Y (trade:  play the harp etc)

            D.        The person became the father of .... (names children)

C:A:Gn:5

 

4.  What was unique about Enoch  (Gen. 5:21)?

            A.        He played the harp

            B.        He made an altar to God

            C.        Became the father of sons and daughters

            D.        He walked with God

D:B:Gn:5

 

5.  How does Genesis say Enoch completed his life (Gen. 5:24)?

            A.        God took him

            B.        He returned to the garden of Eden

            C.        He went to heaven in a chariot of fire

            D.        He slept with this fathers

A:I:Gn:5

 


6.  Who were the first and last fathers in the genealogy in Gen. 5?

            A.        Adam and Enoch

            B.        Adam and Noah

            C.        Adam and Shem

            D.        Adam and Methuselah

B:A:Gn:5

 

7.  Who lived the longest in the Gen. 5 genealogy (969 years; Gen. 5:27)?

            A.        Enoch

            B.        Mahalalel

            C.        Seth

            D.        Methuselah

D:B:Gn:5

 

8.  Which child in the genealogy of Gen. 5 was named in the hope that he

would be a relief from the painful toil of working the ground

(Gen. 5:29)?

            A.        Enoch

            B.        Methuselah

            C.        Noah

            D.        Seth

C:A:Gn:5

 

9.  Which of the following were not one of the three sons of Noah

(Gen. 5:32)?

            A.        Jared

            B.        Shem

            C.        Ham

            D.        Japheth

A:I:Gn:5

 

 

 


Genesis 6 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  What circumstance was present when the trouble in Noah's day started

(Gen. 6:1)?

            A.        Humans refused to multiply on the earth

            B.        Humans began to increase in number on the earth

            C.        Humans built towers to heaven

            D.        Humans began to build gardens like Eden on the earth

B:A:Gn:6

 

2.  Who married the beautiful women that was viewed by God as

problematic in Noah's day (Gen. 6:2)?

            A.        The sons of God

            B.        The sons of Cain

            C.        The sons of the devil

            D.        The sons of the Anakim

A:B:Gn:6

 

3.  Just prior to the flood, God announced that the days of humans would be

limited to  about _______ (Gen. 6:3)

            A.        70 years

            B.        100 years

            C.        120 years

            D.        200 years

C:I:Gn:6

 

4.  The marriages of Noah's day produced children that were known as

(Gen. 6:4)

A.        Anakim of two rivers

B.        Gods of the heavens and earth

C.        Cainites wandering to and fro

D.        Heroes of the legends of old

D:I:Gn:6

 


5.  What was God's emotional response to seeing human's wickedness and

hearts inclined to evil in Noah's day (Gen. 6:6)?

A.        He was angry

B.        He grieved

C.        He felt alone

D.        He was curious

B:I:Gn:6

 

6.  What was God's determined response after seeing human's wickedness in

Noah's day (Gen. 6:7)?

            A.        To cleanse the earth with water

            B.        To rain repentance on the earth

            C.        To wipe humankind and animals off the earth

            D.        To bury the sin in the depths of the sea

C:B:Gn:6

 

7.  After seeing humankind's evil, what was God's attitude toward Noah

(Gen. 6:8)?

            A.        Noah found favor in God's eyes

            B.        Noah was accepted by God

            C.        Noah was pronounced "good" by God

            D.        Noah was chosen by God

A:B:Gn:6

 

8.  Noah was described as all of the following EXCEPT (Gen. 6:9)?

            A.        Righteous

            B.        Blameless

            C.        Walked with God

            D.        Wise

D:I:Gn:6

 

9.  In Noah's day, the earth was corrupt and filled with _______ (Gen. 6:11f)

            A.        Immorality

            B.        Violence

            C.        Injustice

            D.        Dishonesty

B:I:Gn:6

 


10.  The ark Noah was commanded to build was approximately ______ feet

long (Gen. 6:15)

            A.        150

            B.        450

            C.        1500

            D.        5000

B:A:Gn:6

 

11.  How many stories or floors did Noah's ark have (Gen. 6:16)?

            A.        1

            B.        2

            C.        3

            D.        4

C:I:Gn:6

 

12.  What was God going to establish with those that entered into the ark

(Gen. 6:18)?

            A.        His blessing

            B.        His mercy

            C.        His justice

            D.        His covenant

D:I:Gn:6

 

13.  Who were NOT explicitly listed as present in the ark (Gen. 6:18)?

            A.        Noah's wife

            B.        Noah's sons

            C.        Noah's grandchildren

            D.        Noah's sons' wives

C:A:Gn:6

 

14.  How many animals of each kind was Noah to take on the ark according

to the initial instruction of God (Gen. 6:20)?

            A.        2

            B.        7

            C.        10

            D.        12

A:B:Gn:6

 


15.  All of the following were sons of Noah EXCEPT (Gen. 6:10)

            A.        Shem

            B.        Enosh

            C.        Ham

            D.        Japheth

B:B:Gn:6

 

16.  All creatures that had ________ were going to be destroyed by the flood

(Gen. 6:17)

            A.        Sin and corruption

            B.        Been made from the earth

            C.        The breath of life

            D.        Been food for humans

C:I:Gn:6


 

Genesis 7 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Noah was told to enter the ark, what quality did he have as the

basis for being spared (Gen. 7:1)?

            A.        He was wise

            B.        He believed God

            C.        He was righteous

            D.        He was faithful

C:A:Gn:7

 

2.  How many clean animals was Noah to take onto the ark (Gen. 7:2)?

            A.        Two

            B.        Four

            C.        Seven

            D.        Ten

C:B:Gn:7

 

3.  What was the reason given for Noah taking the animals on the ark

(Gen. 7:3)?

            A.        To keep the various kinds of animals alive

            B.        To provide them with food on the ark

            C.        To save the animals from humankind's evil

            D.        To provide animals for sacrificing

A:B:Gn:7

 

4.  How many days did God tell Noah it would rain on the earth (Gen. 7:4)?

A.        Seven days and nights

B.        Forty days and nights

C.        One hundred and fifty days and nights

D.        One and a half years

B:I:Gn:7

 

5.  How old was Noah when the flood came (Gen. 7:6)?

            A.        One hundred years

            B.        Two hundred years

            C.        Five hundred years

            D.        Six hundred years

D:A:Gn:7


6.  How many people were there on the ark (Gen. 7:13)?

            A.        8

            B.        10

            C.        14

            D.        Over 20

A:I:Gn:7

 

7.  Noah took all creatures that had ______ onto the ark (Gen. 7:15)

            A.        The spirit of God

            B.        Contact with humankind

            C.        The breath of life

            D.        Blood

C:I:Gn:7

 

8.  How did Noah get shut into the ark (Gen. 7:16)?

            A.        He shut the door as God commanded

            B.        He harnessed the animals to pull the door closed

            C.        He and his sons shut the door

            D.        The Lord shut him in

D:B:Gn:7

 

9.  The waters covered the _________ by at least twenty feet (Gen. 7:20)

            A.        Rivers

            B.        Cities

            C.        Mountains

            D.        Trees

C:B:Gn:7

 

10.  Which of the following were not given as part of the group that was

destroyed by the flood with every living thing on the face of the earth

(Gen. 7:23)?

            A.        Fish of the sea

            B.        Birds of the air

            C.        Humans

            D.        Creatures that move on the ground

A:I:Gn:7

 


11.  How long did the waters flood the earth before subsiding (Gen. 7:24)?

            A.        One year

            B.        One hundred and fifty days

            C.        Forty days and nights

            D.        One month

B:A:Gn:7

 


Genesis 8 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  God remembered all of the following just before getting the waters of the

flood to recede EXCEPT (Gen. 8:1)

A.        Noah

B.        The livestock

C.        All the wild animals

D.        The dry ground

D:A:Gn:8

 

2.  All of the following were involved in the receding of the waters after the

flood EXCEPT (Gen. 8:1f)

            A.        The springs of the deep were closed

            B.        The rivers went back into their courses

            C.        The rains ceased

            D.        The wind blew over the earth

B:I:Gn:8

 

3.  On what mountains did the ark come to rest after the flood (Gen. 8:4)?

            A.        Olives

            B.        Nebo

            C.        Ararat

            D.        Sinai

C:B:Gn:8

 

4.  What bird did Noah first send out that flew back and forth until the

            waters receded (Gen. 8:7)?

            A.        Dove

            B.        Hawk

            C.        Sparrow

            D.        Raven

D:I:Gn:8

 

5.  What bird came back to the ark with an olive leaf (Gen. 8:11)?
            A.        Dove

            B.        Hawk

            C.        Sparrow

            D.        Raven

A:I:Gn:8


6.  When the bird brought back an olive leaf, what did Noah conclude

(Gen. 8:11)?

A.        There was food for the animals to eat

B.        It was safe to leave the ark

C.        The rest of the birds could be released

D.        The waters had receded

D:B:Gn:8

 

7.  What happened on the third attempt at sending out the same bird

(Gen. 8:12)?

            A.        The bird brought back a leaf

            B.        The bird did not return

            C.        The bird hovered over the ark

            D.        The bird brought back some food

B:I:Gn:8

 

8.  What did God direct Noah and the animals to do after leaving the ark

(Gen. 8:17)?

            A.        To scatter all over the earth

            B.        To worship God only

            C.        To multiply in number on the earth

            D.        To never mix different kinds of animals again

C:B:Gn:8

 

9.  What was the first thing Noah built after leaving the ark (Gen. 8:20)?

            A.        An olive grove

            B.        A temple

            C.        A vineyard

            D.        An altar

D:B:Gn:8

 

10.  How did God respond to Noah's sacrifice after leaving the ark

(Gen. 8:21)?

            A.        He smelled a pleasing aroma

            B.        He saw that it was good

            C.        He heard the prayer of Noah

            D.        He touched the dry ground

A:I:Gn:8

 


11.  After the flood, God recognized what quality about humankind

(Gen. 8:21)?

A.        While he had done evil, humankind repented and turned to God

B.        The heart of humans was good

C.        Every inclination of his heart was evil from childhood

            D.        Humans now saw the need for a sacrifice for sin

C:I:Gn:8

 

12.  Immediately after Noah's sacrifice, what did God promise (Gen. 8:21)?

            A.        He would cause the rest of the waters to recede

            B.        He would not curse the ground because of human evil

            C.        He would cause the sun to shine on the just and unjust

            D.        He would multiply the animals as He had in the garden of Eden

B:I:Gn:8

 

13.  Immediately after Noah's sacrifice what did God promise would never

cease (Gen. 8:22)?

            A.        Summer and winter

            B.        Dew and rain

            C.        His unfailing love to humans

            D.        Sun shine and wind

A:I:Gn:8


Genesis 9 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Which of the following was not part of the blessing God gave Noah after

the flood (Gen. 9:1)?

            A.        He was to be fruitful and multiply in number

            B.        The beasts would fear humankind

            C.        Humans could eat moving creatures not just plants

            D.        Boats could be built to protect them from future floods

D:I:Gn:9

 

2.  After the flood, humans were allowed to eat meat with one stipulation

(Gen. 9:4)

            A.        They were not to eat the fat

            B.        They were not to eat meat with the lifeblood in it

            C.        They were not to eat meat of unclean animals

            D.        They were not to eat meat killed by predators

B:I:Gn:9

 

3.  What was the punishment for anyone shedding the blood of a fellow

human (Gen. 9:6)?

            A.        His blood was to be shed by humans

            B.        He was to be banished

            C.        He was to be imprisoned forever

            D.        He was to offer a sacrifice for forgiveness

A:B:Gn:9

 

4.  God's covenant with Noah and the animals after leaving the ark was that

(Gen. 9:11)

            A.        God would bless and multiply them

            B.        God would send his spirit as a dove on humankind

            C.        God would never again cut off all life with a flood

            D.        God would forgive the sins of humankind

C:I:Gn:9

 


5.  What was a sign of God's covenant with Noah after the flood

(Gen. 9:13)?

            A.        The animals would fear humankind

            B.        All rain would be to refresh the earth not to destroy it

            C.        The ark would stay on Ararat forever

            D.        Rainbow in the sky

D:B:Gn:9

 

6.  God said that when he sees the rainbow what will He do (Gen. 9:16)?

            A.        Bless humankind and the animals

            B.        Remembers his covenant with Noah

            C.        Stop the rain so as not to destroy again

            D.        Forgive the sins of humankind

B:I:Gn:9

 

7.  All of the following were sons of Noah except (Gen. 9:18)

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Canaan

            D.        Japheth

C:B:Gn:9

 

8.  Which son exposed the nakedness of his father, Noah (Gen. 9:22)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Canaan

            D.        Japheth

B:B:Gn:9

 

9.  Who was cursed after Noah awoke from his wine (Gen. 9:25)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Canaan

            D.        Japheth

C:I:Gn:9

 


10.  Whose God was blessed by Noah after his wine incident (Gen. 9:26)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Canaan

            D.        Japheth

A:A:Gn:9

 

11.  Whose territory would increase as stated in Noah's blessing after his

drunkness (Gen. 9:26)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Canaan

            D.        Japheth

D:A:Gn:9

 

12.  What curse came on Canaan after the incident of Noah and the wine

(Gen. 9:25)?

            A.        He would be a wanderer for all his days

            B.        He would be a slave to Shem

            C.        He would fear and flee as animals pursued him

            D.        He would not be able to be fruitful and multiply

B:I:Gn:9


Genesis 10 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Gomer, Magog, Ashkenaz, Tarshish and other maritime seafarers were

descendants of whom (Gen. 10:2ff)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Japheth

            D.        Canaan

C:A:Gn:10

 

2. The founder of Babylon, Nineveh, Akkad was a descendant of whom

(Gen. 10:9f)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Japheth

            D.        Canaan

B:A:Gn:10

 

3.  Who was the builder of Nineveh (Gen. 10:11)?

            A.        Peleg

            B.        Gomer

            C.        Nimrod

            D.        Japheth

C:A: :Gn:10

 

4.  Nimrod was a  (Gen. 10:9)

            A.        Great warrior before the Lord

            B.        A great explorer of the earth

            C.        A great sailor of the seas

            D.        A mighty hunter before the Lord

D:I:Gn:10

 

5.  Which one of Noah's grandsons populated Sodom, Gaza and Sidon

(Gen. 10:19)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Japheth

            D.        Canaan

D:B:Gn:10


6.  In the time of  which descendant of Shem was the earth divided

(Gen. 10:25)?

A.        Peleg

B.        Ludites

C.        Gomer

D.        Nimrod

A:A:Gn:10

 

7.  The Philistines came from which of Noah's three sons (Gen. 10:13)?

            A.        Shem

            B.        Ham

            C.        Japheth

            D.        Magog

B:A:Gn:10

 

8.  Who was the father of the Hittites, Jebusites, and Amorites (Gen. 10:15)?

            A.        Magog

            B.        Gomer

            C.        Canaan

            D.        Nimrod

C:I:Gn:10

 


Genesis 11 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Prior to the tower of Babel, what did the whole world have in common

(Gen. 11:1)?

            A.        Sacrificing to angels

            B.        Lived in one city

            C.        One language

            D.        One food source

C:B:Gn:11

 

2.  The tower of Babel was built out of (Gen. 11:3f)

            A.        Bricks and cement

            B.        Stone and mortar

            C.        Stone and tar

            D.        Bricks and tar

D:I:Gn:11

 

3.  Why did humankind build the tower of Babel (Gen. 11:4)?

            A.        So that they would not be scattered over the earth

            B.        So that they could worship their own gods

            C.        So that they could become like God

            D.        So that a flood would never destroy everyone again

A:B:Gn:11

 

4.  By confusing their language all of the following resulted at Babel

EXCEPT (Gen. 11:9)

            A.        People were scattered over the face of the earth

            B.        People of different languages fought each other

            C.        People stopped building the tower

            D.        People could not understand each other

B:I:Gn:11

 

5.  Which of Noah's three sons was Abram a descendant of

(Gen. 11:10ff)?

            A.        Ham

            B.        Japheth
            C.        Shem

            D.        Canaan

C:B:Gn:11

 


6.  Who was Abram's father (Gen 11:31)? 

            A.        Shelah

            B.        Nahor

            C.        Peleg

            D.        Terah

D:A:Gn:11

 

7.  Abram was Lot's (Gen. 11:31)

            A.        Grand father

            B.        Uncle

            C.        Nephew

            D.        Cousin

B:I:Gn:11

 

8.  Where did Abram originally move from (Gen. 11:31)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Nineveh of the Assyrians

            C.        Ur of the Chaldees

            D.        Babylon of the Akkadians

C:B:Gn:11

 

9.  Abram moved with his father and family to what city where his father

died (Gen. 11: 32)?

            A.        Babylon

            B.        Nineveh

            C.        Jerusalem

            D.        Haran

D:I:Gn:11

 

10.  Who was the wife of Abram (Gen. 11:31)?

            A.        Sarah

            B.        Rebekah

            C.        Leah

            D.        Rachel

A:B:Gn:11


Genesis 12 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Abram was initially commanded to leave all of the following EXCEPT

(Gen. 12:1)

            A.        His possessions

            B.        His country

            C.        His people

            D.        His father's household

A:I:Gn:12

 

2.  In the initial covenant with Abram, God promised all of the following

EXCEPT (Gen. 12:2)

            A.        He would make Abram into a great nation

            B.        He would bless Abram

            C.        He would give Abram's descendants His law

            D.        He would make Abram's name great

C:B:Gn:12

 

3.  When Abram left Haran, who went with him (Gen. 12:4)?

            A.        Rebekah

            B.        Lot

            C.        Melichizedek

            D.        His father

B:B:Gn:12

 

4.  Where did Abram build the first altar to God in the land of Canaan

(Gen. 12:6)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Galilee

            C.        Bethel

            D.        Shechem

D:A:Gn:12

 

5.  The great tree of Moreh was in what town (Gen. 12:6)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Galilee

            C.        Bethel

            D.        Shechem

D:A:Gn:12

 


6.  God first appeared to Abram in the land of Canaan when he was

            A.        On the mountain of Gilboah

            B.        By the great tree of Moreh

            C.        By the river Jordan

            D.        On the threshingfloor of Araunah

B:A:Gn:12

 

7.  Between what two towns did Abram build an altar and call upon the

name of the Lord (Gen. 12:8)?

            A.        Bethel and Ai

            B.        Jerusalem and Jericho

            C.        Beersheba and Hebron

            D.        Megiddo and Jezreel

A:A:Gn:12

 

8.  Why did Abram go to Egypt (Gen. 12:10)?

            A.        He wanted to trade with the Egyptians

            B.        The Canaanites drove him out

            C.        He found no where to settle among the Canaanites

            D.        There was a famine in the land of Canaan

D:I:Gn:12

 

9.  Why did Abram have his wife say she was his sister in Egypt

(Gen. 12:11f)?

            A.        He feared getting put into prison

            B.        He knew that the Egyptians respected family bonds more than

marriage bonds

            C.        He was afraid they would kill him to get her

            D.        He was trying to protect her from the Egyptians

C:B:Gn:12

 

10.  When the Egyptians saw Sarai's beauty how did they initially respond

to Abram (Gen. 12:16)?

            A.        They blessed Abram's name

            B.        They gave Abram the choicest land in Egypt

            C.        They tried to give him gold and silver

            D.        They gave him sheep and cattle

D:I:Gn:12

 


11.  What happened when Pharaoh took Sarai into his palace (Gen. 12:17)?

            A.        God caused a famine in the land of Egypt

            B.        God caused the sun to darken over the land of Egypt

            C.        God inflicted disease on Pharaoh's household

            D.        God rebuked Abram for lying about his wife

C:I:Gn:12

 

 


Genesis 13 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  After leaving Egypt, Abram went to what region of Canaan (Gen. 13:1)?

            A.        Galilee

            B.        Negev

            C.        Hill country

            D.        Philistine plain

B:A:Gn:13

 

2. Abram became wealthy in all of the following commodities

EXCEPT (Gen. 13:2)

            A.        Livestock

            B.        Gold

            C.        Jewels

            D.        Silver

C:A:Gn:13

 

3.  When Abram returned to the site between Bethel and Ai where he had

built an altar, what did he do as he had done before (Gen. 13:4)?

            A.        He sacrificed his son

            B.        He gave God a tenth of everything God had blessed him with

            C.        He circumcised Lot

            D.        He called on the name of the Lord

D:I:Gn:13

 

4.  Why did the herdsmen of Lot and Abram quarrel (Gen. 13:6)?

A.        The land could not support both of them

B.        The herdsmen of Lot were stealing sheep

C.        Their herds were getting mixed

D.        Abram was sacrificing Lot's sheep

A:B:Gn:13

 


5.  How did Abram propose to solve the problem of the quarreling

herdsmen with Lot (Gen. 13:8)?

            A.        All herds would be split evenly

            B.        They would part company

            C.        Lot would return to Haran with his herds

            D.        Melchisedek would be sought out to solve the problem

B:B:Gn:13

 

6.  Why did Lot desire the plain of Jordan (Gen. 13:10)?

            A.        It had much pasture

            B.        It was warm

            C.        It was a center for trading

            D.        It was well watered

D:I:Gn:13

 

7.  The Jordan plain Lot sought for himself was likened to what other region

(Gen. 13:10)?

            A.        The farm land of the Armageddon Valley

            B.        The pasture lands of the Philistines

            C.        The garden of the Lord

            D.        Babylon by the Euphrates river

C:I:Gn:13

 

8.  After leaving Abram, by what city did Lot pitch his tent (Gen. 13:12)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Sodom

            C.        Jericho

            D.        Shechem

B:B:Gn:13

 

9.  The sin of the men of Sodom was against whom (Gen. 13:13)?

            A.        The Lord

            B.        Themselves

            C.        Lot

            D.        Their neighbors

A:I:Gn:13

 


10.  After Lot left Abram, what did God promise Abram (Gen. 13:14)?

            A.        Herds beyond counting

            B.        A son born of Sarai

            C.        All the land he could see

            D.        A descendent who would rule

C:B:Gn:13

 

11.  After Lot left Abram, God told Abram his descendants would be as

many as _______ (Gen. 13:16)

            A.        The waves of the sea

            B.        The cattle on a thousand hills

            C.        Sand of the sea

            D.        The dust  of the earth

D:B:Gn:13

 

12.  After Lot left Abram, Abram settled by the great trees of Mamre which

are by what town (Gen. 13:18)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Hebron

            C.        Bethlehem

            D.        Beersheba

B:A:Gn:13

 


Genesis 14 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Kedolaomer was king of what city or region (Gen. 14:1)?

            A.        Sodom

            B.        Salem

            C.        Admah

            D.        Elam

D:A:Gn:14

 

2.  Kedolaomer attacked kings from what city (Gen. 14:2)?

            A.        Sodom

            B.        Salem

            C.        Admah

            D.        Elam

A:I:Gn:14

 

3.  The Valley of Siddim that had been subjected by Kedolaomer, is by

which sea (Gen. 14:3)?

            A.        Sea of Galilee

            B.        Mediterranean Sea

            C.        Salt Sea

            D.        Red Sea

C:I:Gn:14

 

4.  Kings from all of the following cities were aligned against Kedolaomer

EXCEPT (Gen. 14:8)
            A.        Sodom

            B.        Shinar

            C.        Gomorrah

            D.        Admah

            E.         Zoar

B:A:Gn:14

 

5.  In the Valley of Siddim, what natural phenomena impacted how the war

            with Kedolaomer turned out (Gen. 14:10)?

            A.        The caves

            B.        The river

            C.        The tar pits

            D.        The trees

C:I:Gn:14

 

6.  Who did Kedorlaomer carry off from Sodom (Gen. 14:12)?

            A.        Lot

            B.        Shem

            C.        Sarai

            D.        Melchizedek

A:B:Gn:14

 

7.  When a messenger came from the battle with Kedorlaomer, he reported

the defeat to Abram who was identified as  _________ (Gen. 14:13)?

            A.        The Chaldean

            B.        The Jew

            C.        The servant of the most high

            D.        The Hebrew

D:I:Gn:14

 

8.  Where was Abram living when he went after Kedorlaomer (Gen. 14:13)?

            A.        By the brook of Jerusalem

            B.        By the great trees of Mamre

            C.        By the well at Beersheba

            D.        By the plain of Bethlehem

B:I:Gn:14

 

9.  How many of Abram's servants rallied to defeat Kedorlaomer

(Gen. 14:14)?

            A.        232

            B.        56

            C.        318

            D.        1,000

C:A:Gn:14

 

10.  Abraham's initial pursuit of Kedorlaomer was as far as and beyond

which two cities (Gen. 14:14f)?

            A.        Dan and Damascus

            B.        Sodom and Gomorrah

            C.        Jerusalem and Bethlehem

            D.        Bethel and Ai

A:A:Gn:14

 


11.  Melchizedek was the king of ______ who met Abram after his battle

with Kedorlaomer (Gen. 14:17)

            A.        Bethel

            B.        Sodom

            C.        Mamre

            D.        Salem

D:B:Gn:14

 

12.  Melchisedek met Abram after his battle with Kedorlaomer with what

(Gen. 14:18)

            A.        Bread and water

            B.        Bread and wine

            C.        Wine and meat

            D.        Olive oil and figs

B:B:Gn:14

 

13.  All of the following helped Abram in his battle against Kedorlaomer

EXCEPT (Gen. 14:24)

            A.        Aner

            B.        Eschol

            C.        Mamre

            D.        Melchizedek

D:A:Gn:14

 

14.  Melchizedek blessed Abram in whose name (Gen. 14:19)?

            A.        LORD Almighty

            B.        God of his fathers

            C.        God Most High

            D.        LORD God

C:A:Gn:14

 

15.  The king of Sodom said he only wanted _______ back and Abram

could keep the rest (Gen. 14:21)

            A.        The gold

            B.        The people

            C.        The herds

            D.        His servants

B:I:Gn:14

 


16.  Abram, in response to the King of Sodom, identified God as

(Gen. 14:22)

            A.        The Creator of heaven and earth

            B.        The God of the covenant

            C.        The God Almighty

            D.        Lord Jehovah

A:A:Gn:14

 

17.  Abram would accept nothing from the King of Sodom because

(Gen. 14:23)

            A.        He did not want the goods because they were taken by violence

            B.        He did not want the goods because they were unclean

            C.        He did not want it ever to be said the King of Sodom made him

rich

            D.        He did not want the King of Sodom to boast of his being the

victor

C:I:Gn:14

 

18.  Abram accepted only what from the hand of the King of Sodom after his

victory over Kedorlaomer (Gen. 14:24)?

            A.        Only Lot and his family

            B.        Only that which would be sacrificed to God

            C.        Only some water from the spring at Jericho

            D.        Only what his men had eaten

D:I:Gn:14

 

19.  How much did Abram give to Melchizedek after the battle

with Kedorlaomer (Gen. 14:20)?

            A.        A third

            B.        A fourth

            C.        A tenth

            D.        A half

C:I:Gn:14

 


Genesis 15 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When God appeared to Abram in a vision, God likened himself to a

(Gen. 15:1)

            A.        Rock

            B.        Fire

            C.        Shield

            D.        Sword

C:A:Gn:15

 

2.  Abram responded to God's vision saying what was the major problem

to the fulfillment of God's covenant with him (Gen. 15:2)?

            A.        That he owned no land

            B.        That he was childless

            C.        That other nations were cursing not blessing him

            D.        That his flocks were dying in the famine

B:B:Gn:15

 

3.  In response to God's vision, who did Abram say was in line to inherit his

estate (Gen. 15:2)?

            A.        Hagar of Egypt

            B.        Melchizedek of Salem

            C.        His nephew Lot

            D.        Eliezar of Damascus

D:I:Gn:15

 

4.  In the vision, God promised Abram's descendants would be as many as

            A.        The stars of the sky

            B.        The dust of the earth

            C.        The waves of the sea

            D.        Locusts

A:B:Gn:15

 

5.   How did Abram respond to God's promise of countless descendants

(Gen. 15:6)?

            A.        He wept

            B.        He laughed

            C.        He believed

            D.        He worshipped

C:I:Gn:15

 

6.  On what basis was Abram counted righteous (Gen. 15:6)?

            A.        He wept with Sarah

            B.        He laughed because of his age

            C.        He believed God

            D.        He worshipped God

C:B:Gn:15

 

7.  God told Abram to cut a heifer in two in response to what question that

Abram had asked (Gen. 15:8)?

            A.        How he could know he would inherit the land?

            B.        How he could know he would have a child?

            C.        How he could know his seed would be as the dust?

            D.        How he could know Sarai would bear a child?

A:A:Gn:15

 

8.  What three animals did God request be cut in two in Abram's vision

(Gen. 15:9)?

A.        An ox, heifer and sheep

B.        A goat, heifer and ram

C.        A goat, sheep and dove

D.        A sheep, goat and dove

B:A:Gn:15

 

9.  After Abram cut the animals in two what did he do when God spoke to

him (Gen. 15:12)?

A.        He prayed

B.        He meditated on God's promises to him

C.        He was ready to offer his servant on the altar

D.        He fell into a deep sleep

D:I:Gn:15

 

10.  God told Abram his descendants would be enslaved for how long

(Gen. 15:13)?

            A.        100 years

            B.        200 years

            C.        300 years

            D.        400 years

D:I:Gn:15

 

11.  Why would Abram's descendants leave Canaan and return many years

later (Gen. 15:16)?

            A.        His descendants would have to multiply somewhere else

            B.        God would use them to judge other nations

            C.        The sin of the Amorites had not reached its full measure

            D.        If they stayed in Canaan the iniquity of the Edomites would

                                    corrupt his descendants

C:I:Gn:15

 

12.  God promised Abram that when his descendants left slavery they would

            (Gen. 15:14)

            A.        Leave with great possessions

            B.        Leave believing in God as Abram had

            C.        Return after God had destroyed those living in Canaan

            D.        Leave that country as kings and priests over the earth

A:I:Gn:15

 

13.  What passed between the two pieces of the animals Abram cut in two

(Gen. 15:17)?

            A.        A sword of the Lord

            B.        A smoking fire pot

            C.        A rock on which the covenant was written

            D.        Abram himself walked between the pieces

B:B:Gn:15

 

14.  The cutting of the animals in two and the passing between the parts was

a way God made a ________ with Abram (Gen. 15:18)

            A.        Deal

            B.        Prediction

            C.        Alliance 

            D.        Covenant

D:B:Gn:15

 

15.  What other river did God give as the boundary of the land promised to

Abram besides the Euphrates (Gen. 15:18)?

            A.        The Nile

            B.        The Jordan

            C.        The river of Egypt

            D.        The Litani

C:I:Gn:15


16.  Which was not one of the "ites" and "tites" God mentioned as currently

living in the promised land to Abram after his cutting the animals

(Gen. 15:20)?

            A.        Canaanites

            B.        Edomites

            C.        Hittites

            D.        Jebusites

            E.         Amorites

B:A:Gn:15

 

 


Genesis 16 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Hagar was originally from what region (Gen. 16:1)?

            A.        Babylon

            B.        Canaan

            C.        Egypt

            D.        Haran

C:I:Gn:16

 

2.  Who suggested that Abram should have a child with Hagar (Gen. 16:1f)?

            A.        Hagar

            B.        Sarai

            C.        Abram

            D.        The Lord

B:B:Gn:16

 

3.  What was Hagar's response when she found out she was with child

(Gen. 16:4)?

            A.        She despised Sarai

            B.        She feared Sarai

            C.        She loved Abram

            D.        She loved the child

A:I:Gn:16

 

4.  How did Sarai treat Hagar after she was with child (Gen. 16:6)?

            A.        She loved Hagar as a sister

            B.        She would not speak to Hagar

            C.        She despised Abram

            D.        She mistreated Hagar

D:B:Gn:16

 

5.  Where did the angel of the Lord find Hagar (Gen. 16:7)?

            A.        Near a tree in the mountains

            B.        Near a spring in the desert

            C.        Near a river in the desert

            D.        Near the road to Egypt

B:I:Gn:16

 


6.  The angel of the Lord told Hagar to _____ when she initially fled from

Sarai (Gen. 16:9)

A.        Return and give Abram a son

B.        Stay in the desert until the child was born

C.        Return and submit to Sarai

D.        Go to Lot's house

C:I:Gn:16

 

7.  The angel told Hagar to name her child ______ because the Lord had

heard her (Gen. 16:11)

            A.        Ishmael

            B.        Naphtali

            C.        Abimelech

            D.        Isaac

A:B:Gn:16

 

8.  Hagar's son was likened to what animal by the angel (Gen. 16:12)?

            A.        A horse

            B.        A donkey

            C.        A bird

            D.        A lion

B:A:Gn:16

 

9.  What attitude would characterize how Hagar's son would relate to people

(Gen. 16:12)?

A.        Love

B.        Justice

C.        Fear

D.        Hostility

D:I:Gn:16

 

10. Hagar named the water where the angel found her Beer Lahai because

she said ______  (Gen. 16:14)

            A.        God has heard my cry and given me a son

            B.        God has avenged me of the wrong done against me

            C.        I have now seen the One (God) who sees me

            D.        I have found life in the house of my master

C:A:Gn:16

 


11.  How old was Abram when Hagar gave birth to their son (Gen. 16:16)?

            A.        75

            B.        86

            C.        98

            D.        104

B:A:Gn:16

 

 


Genesis 17 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When God was confirming the covenant with Abram, how

did God identify himself (Gen. 17:1)?

            A.        Lord God

            B.        God of hosts

            C.        God Almighty

            D.        Lord Jehovah

C:A:Gn:17

 

2.  Abram's name was changed to Abraham meaning he would (Gen. 17:5)

            A.        Be a father of many nations

            B.        Be a father of a multitude

            C.        Be God's chosen one

            D.        Be a father of many sons

A:B:Gn:17

 

3.  What land did God give Abraham as part of His everlasting covenant

with him (Gen. 17:8)?

            A.        The land of the Amorites

            B.        The land of Canaan

            C.        The land of his fathers

            D.        The land between the rivers

B:B:Gn:17

 

4.  What was to be the sign of the covenant between God and Abraham

(Gen. 17:11)?

            A.        Abraham was to offer a sacrifice to God

            B.        Abraham was to build an altar to God

            C.        Abraham was to refuse to eat anything unclean

            D.        Abraham was to circumcise himself and his household

D:B:Gn:17

 

5.  Each new born male in Abraham's household was to be circumcised on

what day (Gen. 17:12)?

            A.        First

            B.        Seventh

            C.        Eighth

            D.        Fortieth

C:I:Gn:17

 

6.  Sarai's name was changed to Sarah symbolizing she would be the

            ________ (Gen. 17:16)

            A.        The mother of nations

            B.        The matriarch of Israel

            C.        The mother of a multitude

            D.        The blessed one

A:I:Gn:17

 

7.  After God told Abraham Sarah would have a son, what was Abraham's

response (Gen. 17:17)?

            A.        He cried

            B.        He shook his head

            C.        He was silent

            D.        He laughed

D:I:Gn:17

 

8.  God said Abraham and Sarah's child would be named ________

(Gen. 17:19)

            A.        Ishmael

            B.        Moriah

            C.        Isaac

            D.        Jacob

C:B:Gn:17

 

9.  After Abraham's request, God gave Ishmael all of the following EXCEPT

(Gen. 17:20)

            A.        He would increase his numbers

            B.        He would inherit the land

            C.        He would become a great nation

            D.        He would be the father of 12 rulers

B:I:Gn:17

 

10.  How old was Abraham when he was circumcised (Gen. 17:25)?

            A.        100

            B.        99

            C.        90

            D.        75

B:A:Gn:17

 

11.  Who was listed as circumcised with Abraham (Gen. 17:25)?

            A.        Eliezer of Damascus

            B.        Lot

            C.        Isaac

            D.        Ishmael

D:A:Gn:17


Genesis 18 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Where did Abraham meet the three divine visitors (Gen. 18:1)?

            A.        By the great trees of Mamre

            B.        On the mountains of Jerusalem

            C.        In a valley by Bethlehem

            D.        By a well at Beersheba

A:A:Gn:18

 

2.  Abraham offered the three visitors water to wash (Gen. 18:3)

            A.        Their hands

            B.        Their faces

            C.        Their feet

            D.        Their necks

C:I:Gn:18

 

3.  Abraham asked Sarah to get what for the three divine visitors

(Gen. 18:6)?

            A.        Wine

            B.        Bread

            C.        Meat

            D.        Milk

B:A:Gn:18

 

4.  Where was Sarah when the three divine visitors asked Abraham about her

(Gen. 18:9)?

            A.        In the field

            B.        Under a tree

            C.        By a well

            D.        In the tent

D:I:Gn:18

 

5.   When the divine visitors told Abraham that Sarah would have a son,

how did Sarah respond when she overheard that (Gen. 18:12)?

            A.        She laughed

            B.        She cried

            C.        She pondered in her heart

            D.        She believed

A:B:Gn:18

 

6.  When the three divine visitors left Abraham, to what city did they head

(Gen. 18:16)?

            A.        Beersheba

            B.        Jerusalem

            C.        Sodom

            D.        Bethlehem

C:B:Gn:18

 

7.  The divine visitor announced that Abraham was chosen for what reason

(Gen. 18:19)?

            A.        So he will be a model of those who believe in God

            B.        So his children will keep the way of the Lord by doing right

            C.        So his children may remember the Lord all their days

            D.        So God may bring glory to Himself among the nations

B:A:Gn:18

 

8.  When the divine visitors told Abraham what they were about to do to

Sodom, what was Abraham's objection (Gen. 18:23)?

            A.        That they should spare Lot his nephew

            B.        That they should consider the children of Sodom

            C.        That they should be merciful on the wicked of Sodom

            D.        That they should not destroy the righteous with the wicked

D:B:Gn:18

 

9.  When Abraham bartered with the divine visitors for Sodom, how did he

refer to himself (Gen. 18:27)?

            A.        As only dust and ashes

            B.        As only dust and wind

            C.        As only flesh and blood

            D.        As one made in the image of God

A:I:Gn:18

 

10.  The divine visitors finally acknowledged they would not destroy the city

of Sodom if they could find _______ righteous (Gen. 18:33)

            A.        5

            B.        10

            C.        20

            D.        50

B:I:Gn:18

 

11.  Abraham's three visitors were later identified by what name

(Gen. 18:10)?

            A.        God Almighty

            B.        Angel of the LORD

            C.        The son of God

            D.        LORD

D:A:Gn:18

 

12.  After Sarah laughed because she was too old, the divine visitors

responded saying (Gen. 18:13)

A.        Is this not what the LORD had promised?

B.        Is there anything to hard for the LORD?

C.        Is not belief better than sacrifice?

D.        Sarah's son would be called Isaac meaning laughter

B:I:Gn:18

 

13.  Abraham in resisting the divine visitors intentions toward Sodom asked

if the Judge of all the earth should not  __________ (Gen. 18:25)

            A.        Do Right

            B.        Show Mercy

            C.        Forgive sin

            D.        Execute justice

A:B:Gn:18

 

 


Genesis 19 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  How many angels met Lot at Sodom (Gen. 19:1)?

            A.        One

            B.        Two

            C.        Three

            D.        Five

B:I:Gn:19

 

2.  Where was Lot sitting when he met the angels who visited Sodom

(Gen. 19:1)?

            A.        By the city well

            B.        By the wall of the city

            C.        By the palace of the city

            D.        By the gateway of the city

D:A:Gn:19

 

3.  What did Lot initially try to get the angels to do (Gen. 19:2)?

            A.        Stay in the city square

            B.        Stay outside the walls of the city

            C.        Stay at his house

            D.        Leave the city

C:B:Gn:19

 

4.  What did Lot feed the angelic visitors of Sodom (Gen. 19:3)?

            A.        Bread without yeast

            B.        A sacrificial lamb

            C.        Milk and honey

            D.        Olives and figs

A:A:Gn:19

 

5.  The men of Sodom demanded that Lot bring the visitors out so that they

could (Gen. 19:5)

            A.        Kill them

            B.        Have sex with them

            C.        Question them

            D.        Circumcise them

B:B:Gn:19

 


6.  What alternative did Lot offer the men of Sodom (Gen. 19:8)?

            A.        His wife

            B.        Himself

            C.        Some money

            D.        His daughters

D:B:Gn:19

 

7.  How did the angelic visitors defend themselves against the men of

Sodom (Gen. 19:11)?

            A.        They paralyzed the men

            B.        They caused them to have leprosy

            C.        They blinded the men

            D.        They caused lightning to strike in their midst

C:B:Gn:19

 

8.  Lot's sons-in-law would not leave Sodom because (Gen. 19:14)

            A.        They thought he was joking

            B.        They owned too much property in Sodom

            C.        They wanted to stay with their friends

            D.        They thought God was merciful and would never destroy the

city

A:I:Gn:19

 

9. The angelic visitors told Lot to flee to what place that Lot objected to

(Gen. 19:17)?

A.        A near by city

B.        The mountains

C.        A cave

D.        To the plain of Jericho

B:I:Gn:19

 

10.  What happened when Lot's wife looked back on Sodom (Gen. 19:26)?

            A.        She was smitten with blindness

            B.        She got leprosy

            C.        She fell into a deep crevice and died

            D.        She turned into a pillar of salt

D:B:Gn:19

 


11.  When Abraham looked over the area of Sodom after its destruction,

what did he see (Gen. 19:28)?

            A.        A blazing fire

            B.        A cloud of dust

            C.        Smoke rising

            D.        Birds of prey circling overhead

C:I:Gn:19

 

12.  Why did Lot settle in a cave rather than in the city of Zoar (Gen. 19:30)?

            A.        Because he was afraid to go to Zoar

            B.        Because he feared his daughters would be abused

            C.        Because the people of Zoar were no better than those of Sodom

            D.        God told him to go to the cave instead of Zoar

A:A:Gn:19

 

13.  How did Lot's daughters conceive children (Gen. 19:33)?

            A.        They married the men of Zoar

            B.        They got their father drunk

            C.        They had children from their husbands in Sodom

            D.        They were sent back to marry those of  Abraham's household

B:I:Gn:19

 

14.  What two groups of peoples came from Lot's daughters (Gen. 19:36f)?

            A.        Edomites and Amorites

            B.        Philistines and Amalekites

            C.        Edomites and Jebusites

            D.        Moabites and Ammonites

D:A:Gn:19

 

 


Genesis 20 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Abimelech, who had sent for Sarah, was the King of what city

(Gen. 20:2)?

            A.        Beersheba

            B.        Gaza

            C.        Arad

            D.        Gerar

D:A:Gn:20

 

2.  In what region did Abraham meet Abimelech (Gen. 20:1)?

            A.        Galilee

            B.        Philistine plain

            C.        Negev

            D.        Sinai

C:I:Gn:20

 

3.  What stopped Abimelech from violating Sarah (Gen. 20:3)?

            A.        God sent a prophet to him

            B.        God warned him in a dream

            C.        God made all who touched Sarah die

            D.        God warned him from a burning bush

B:B:Gn:20

 

4.  When talking to Abimelech, God called Abraham (Gen. 20:7)

            A.        His servant

            B.        A priest of God most high

            C.        A prophet

            D.        A man of God

C:I:Gn:20

 

5.  What was Abraham to do so that Abimilech's people would not die

(Gen. 20:7)?

            A.        Pray for him

            B.        Offer a sacrifice for him

            C.        Wash his hands

            D.        Circumcise him

A:I:Gn:20

 


6.  When Abimelech asked Abraham why he had had Sarah say she was his

sister, Abraham replied all the following EXCEPT (Gen. 20:11)

            A.        He thought there was no fear of God in the place

            B.        He feared they would kill him for Sarah

            C.        She actually was his sister

            D.        He knew Abimelech had a large harem

D:B:Gn:20

 

7.  Sarah and Abraham shared what in their ancestry (Gen. 20:12)?

            A.        The same mother

            B.        The same father

            C.        The same grand-father

            D.        They were cousins, their father's were brothers

B:I:Gn:20

 

8.  What did Abimelech give to Sarah after returning her to

Abraham (Gen. 20:16)?

            A.        Sheep and goats

            B.        100 pieces of gold

            C.        1,000 shekels of silver

            D.        Bread and wine

C:A:Gn:20

 

9.  What judgment had God put on Abimelech and his people because of his

taking of Sarah (Gen. 20:17)?

            A.        He has closed every womb in his house

            B.        He had caused a plague to come on them

            C.        He had dried up all his wells

            D.        He had caused his children to die

A:B:Gn:20

 

10.  God warned Abimelech so he would not sin against ______

(Gen. 20:6)

            A.        Sarah

            B.        Abraham

            C.        God

            D.        Abimelech's family

C:I:Gn:20


Genesis 21 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1. What was the name of Abraham's son born to Sarah (Gen. 21:2)?

            A.        Jacob

            B.        Ishmael

            C.        Isaac

            D.        Abimelech

C:B:Gn:21

 

2.  When did Abraham circumcise his son (Gen. 21:3)?

            A.        The third day

            B.        The seventh day

            C.        The eighth day

            D.        The twelfth day

C:I:Gn:21

 

3.  How old was Abraham when his son by Sarah was born (Gen. 21:5)?

            A.        100

            B.        75

            C.        110

            D.        90

A:B: :Gn:21

 

4.  What did Sarah say her son brought her and everyone who hears of it

(Gen. 21:6)[-- this is also what his name means]?

            A.        Joy

            B.        Laughter

            C.        Strength

            D.        Praise

B:B:Gn:21

 

5.  What was Sarah's response to Ishmael's mocking of her son (Gen. 21:9)?

            A.        She told Abraham that Hagar and Ishmael should be killed

            B.        She told Abraham that Hagar and Ishmael should be sold as

slaves

            C.        She told Abraham he should do what is right in his eyes with

                                    Ishmael and Hagar

            D.        She told Abraham to get rid of Hagar and Ishmael

D:I:Gn:21

 

6.  What promise did God make to both Abraham and Hagar concerning

Ishmael (Gen. 21:13)?

            A.        He would live in the desert

            B.        He would become a nation

            C.        He would be an adversary to all his brothers

            D.        He would be blessed

B:B:Gn:21

 

7.  Where did Hagar and Ishmael wander after they left Abraham

(Gen. 21:14)?

A.        The wilderness of Beersheba

B.        The hill country of Hebron

C.        The desert of Arabia

D.        The region by the Salt Sea

A:A:Gn:21

 

8.  Where did Hagar put Ishmael when she thought he was going to die

(Gen. 21:15)?

            A.        Beside an altar

            B.        In the gateway of a city

            C.        Under some bushes

            D.        Under the shade of a rock

C:I:Gn:21

 

9.  When God opened Hagar's eyes what did she see (Gen. 21:19)?

            A.        An oasis

            B.        A well

            C.        A fountain

            D.        A stream

B:I:Gn:21

 

10.  Who made a treaty with Abraham and received seven lambs

(Gen. 21:22ff)?

            A.        Abimelech and Phicol

            B.        Melchizedek and Abimelech

            C.        Lot and Melchizedek

            D.        Og and Sihon

A:A:Gn:21

 


11.  Why was Beersheba given that name (Gen. 21:32)?

            A.        Because the well was dug deep

            B.        Because God provided the well

            C.        Because it was a gift from Abimelech to Abraham

            D.        Because it was a well where they made an oath

D:A:Gn:21

 

12.  Phicol was from what region (Gen. 21:32)?

            A.        Land of the Amalekites

            B.        Land of the Amorites

            C.        Land of the Philistines

            D.        Land of Egypt

C:A:Gn:21

 

13.  What did Abraham do when he called on the name of the Lord at

Beersheba after his alliance with Phicol (Gen. 21:33)?

            A.        Poured water on a rock

            B.        Planted a tree

            C.        Built an altar

            D.        Set up a stone

B:A:Gn:21


Genesis 22 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  To what mountains did God tell Abraham to take Isaac when he

was testing Abraham (Gen. 22:2)?

            A.        Sinai

            B.        Negev

            C.        Moriah

            D.        Galilee

C:I:Gn:22

 

2.  When God tested Abraham, he asked him to (Gen. 22:2)

            A.        Offer Isaac up as a burnt offering

            B.        Circumcise Isaac on the eighth day

            C.        Let Isaac roam in the desert for 40 days

            D.        Give God a tenth of everything he owned

A:B:Gn:22

 

3.  Abraham responded to God's test by doing all the following EXCEPT

(Gen. 22:3)?

            A.        Fell down in dust and ashes

            B.        Saddled his donkey

            C.        Cut wood  for the fire

            D.        Took two servants with him

A:A:Gn:22

 

4.  During the testing of Abraham, what did Isaac ask (Gen. 22:7)?
            A.        Why are we doing this?

            B.        Where is the lamb?

            C.        Where is the altar?

            D.        Where are we going?

B:B:Gn:22

 

5.  When Abraham arrived at the place of testing, he did all of the following

EXCEPT (Gen. 22:9)

            A.        Built an altar

            B.        Arranged the wood on the altar

            C.        Prayed to God

            D.        Reached out his hand and knife to slay his son

C:I:Gn:22

 

6.  Who called, stopping Abraham from offering up Isaac (Gen. 22:11)?

            A.        Gabriel

            B.        Michael the arch angel

            C.        The LORD from a bush

            D.        The angel of the LORD

D:I:Gn:22

 

7.  What did the angel of the LORD come to know about Abraham after he

went to offer up Isaac (Gen. 22:12)?

            A.        That he believed in God

            B.        That he feared God

            C.        That he loved God

            D.        That he obeyed and was righteous

B:A:Gn:22

 

8.  In the testing of Abraham, what provided a solution (Gen. 22:13)?

            A.        A lamb by a well

            B.        A scapegoat caught in the rocks

            C.        A ram caught in the bushes

            D.        A one year old lamb

C:B:Gn:22

 

9.  What did Abraham name the place of his testing with Isaac (Gen. 22:14)?

            A.        "The LORD will provide"

            B.        "The mercy of the LORD endures forever"

            C.        "The love of the LORD"

            D.        "The house of God"

A:I:Gn:22

 

10.  After Abraham's testing, God reiterated all of the following promises of

the covenant EXCEPT (Gen. 22:16ff)

            A.        His descendants would multiply as the stars

            B.        He would be counted as righteous

            C.        He would take possession of the cities of his enemies

            D.        He would be a blessing to all nations

B:I:Gn:22

 


11.  By whom did the angel of the LORD swear when reiterating the

covenantal promises to Abraham after his testing (Gen. 22:16)?

            A.        By God Almighty

            B.        By the LORD who provides

            C.        By myself, the LORD

            D.        By God who sees

C:A:Gn:22

 

12.  Which brother of Abraham had eight sons by Milcah (Gen. 22:20)?

            A.        Haran

            B.        Lot

            C.        Terah

            D.        Nahor

D:A:Gn:22

 

 


Genesis 23 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  How old was Sarah when she died (Gen. 23:1)?

            A.        100

            B.        113

            C.        127

            D.        133

C:A:Gn:23

 

2.  What is the other name for the town of Kiriath Arba where Sarah died

(Gen. 23:2)?

            A.        Bethlehem

            B.        Beersheba

            C.        Jerusalem

            D.        Hebron

D:I:Gn:23

 

3.  What was Abraham's response after the death of Sarah (Gen. 23:2)?

            A.        Wept over her

            B.        Tore his clothes

            C.        Silence in his tent

            D.        Worshipped God

A:I:Gn:23

 

4.  From what group of people did Abraham attempt to buy a burial site for

Sarah (Gen. 23:3)?

            A.        Ammonites

            B.        Hittites

            C.        Jebusites

            D.        Philistines

B:A:Gn:23

 

5.  Abraham, when going to buy the tomb for Sarah, described himself as a

            ___________ (Gen. 23:3)

            A.        A Prince or chief among them

            B.        An alien and stranger

            C.        Sojourner and traveller

            D.        A trader and merchant

B:I:Gn:23

 

6.  From whom did Abraham seek to buy a burial site for Sarah (Gen. 23:8)?

            A.        Abimelech

            B.        Nahor

            C.        Ephron

            D.        Sihon

C:I:Gn:23

 

7.  What was the name of the cave where Sarah was buried (Gen. 23:9)?

            A.        Moriah

            B.        En Gedi

            C.        Naharim

            D.        Macheplah

D:B:Gn:23

 

8.  Where was Abraham when he purchased the cave for Sarah's burial

(Gen. 23:10)?

            A.        In a field

            B.        In the city gate

            C.        Before the throne

            D.        In the marketplace

B:I:Gn:23

 

9.  The cave for Abraham to bury Sarah was originally offered to him at

what price (Gen. 23:11)?

            A.        Free as a gift

            B.        10 shekels of silver

            C.        100 shekels of silver

            D.        The person would not sell it at any cost

A:B:Gn:23

 

10.  What was the final price Abraham agreed to pay for the field and cave

where he would bury Sarah (Gen. 23:14)?

            A.        10 shekels of silver

            B.        100 shekels of silver

            C.        400 shekels of silver

            D.        800 shekels of silver

C:A:Gn:23

 


11.  The field/cave that Abraham bought to bury Sarah is near what place

(Gen. 23:17)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Beth-zur

            C.        Arad

            D.        Mamre

D:A:Gn:23

 

12.  Mamre is near what town (Gen. 23:19)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Hebron

            C.        En Gedi

            D.        Beersheba

B:I:Gn:23

 


Genesis 24 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Who did Abraham send to get a wife for Isaac (Gen. 24:2)?

            A.        His chief servant

            B.        His chief maid servant

            C.        His nephew Lot

            D.        A hired messenger

A:I:Gn:24

 

2.  How did the one who went to find a wife for Isaac swear (Gen. 24:2)?

            A.        He raised his right hand to the Lord

            B.        He setup a memorial stone

            C.        He put his hand under Abraham's thigh

            D.        He put his hand on Abraham's heart

C:A:Gn:24

 

3.  What criteria did Abraham give in the search for a wife for Isaac

(Gen. 24:4)?

            A.        She be a daughter of Abraham's relatives

            B.        She not be a Canaanite

            C.        She be a virgin

            D.        She be a believer in the LORD

B:I:Gn:24

 

4.  On what condition was the one sent to find Isaac a wife released from his

oath (Gen. 24:8)?

            A.        If the woman was unwilling to marry Isaac

            B.        If the woman was already married

            C.        If her family had already promised her to someone else

            D.        If the woman was unwilling to return with him

D:I:Gn:24

 

5.  Who was Rebekah's grandfather and Abraham's brother (Gen. 24:10)?

            A.        Terah

            B.        Lot

            C.        Nahor

            D.        Laban

C:A:Gn:24

 


6.  At what time do women draw water (Gen. 24:11)?

            A.        In the morning

            B.        Toward evening

            C.        At mid-day

            D.        At night

B:I:Gn:24

 

7.  What criterion did the one looking for Isaac's wife use to identify which

woman the Lord had selected for Isaac (Gen. 24:14)?

            A.        She had to offer to water his camels

            B.        She had to offer him a drink

            C.        She had to invite him home

            D.        She had to have her face veiled

A:B:Gn:24

 

8.  What gifts did the one searching for Isaac's wife give Rebekah along

with the gold bracelets (Gen. 24:22)?

A.        A gold ring for her finger

B.        A gold slipper

C.        A gold nose ring

D.        A gold crown for her head

C:A:Gn:24

 

9.  What was Laban's relationship to Rebekah (Gen. 24:29)?

            A.        An uncle

            B.        A father

            C.        A cousin

            D.        A brother

D:B:Gn:24

 

10.  Who was Abraham convinced would go with the one searching for

Isaac's wife making the journey successful (Gen. 24:40)?
            A.        The Lord himself

B.        The Spirit of the most high

C.        The Lord's presence

D.        The Lord's angel

D:I:Gn:24

 


11.  Where did the one searching for Isaac's wife meet Rebekah

(Gen. 24:42)?

            A.        By a spring

            B.        By a river

            C.        By the sea

            D.        By a falls

A:B:Gn:24

 

12.  How did Rebekah draw water (Gen. 24:46)?

            A.        With a bucket

            B.        With a water skin

            C.        With a jar

            D.        With a dipper

C:I:Gn:24

 

13.  Bethuel was what relationship to Rebekah (Gen. 24:15)?

            A.        Uncle

            B.        Father

            C.        Brother

            D.        Grand-father

B:A:Gn:24

 

14.  Who accompanied Rebekah as she went to Abraham's household

(Gen. 24:59)?

            A.        Her uncle

            B.        Her father

            C.        Her nurse

            D.        Her brother

C:I:Gn:24

 

15.  To whom did the one searching for Isaac's wife give costly gifts for

Rebekah (Gen. 24:53)?
            A.        Her mother and brother

            B.        Her father and mother

            C.        Her grandmother and father

            D.        Her uncle and father

A:A:Gn:24

 


16.  Where was Isaac when he met Rebekah for the first time (Gen. 24:62)?

            A.        In the wilderness of Beersheba

            B.        In a valley by Arad

            C.        In the hills of Hebron

            D.        In the Negev near Beer Lahai Roi

D:A:Gn:24

 

17.  When Rebekah saw she was going to meet Isaac what did she do

(Gen. 24:65)?

A.        She covered her feet

B.        She covered herself with a veil

C.        She jumped off the camel and ran to meet him

D.        She gave him a cup of water

B:B:Gn:24

 

18.  Rebekah helped comfort Isaac from what grief (Gen. 24:67)?

            A.        The loss of his father

            B.        Not having a brother or sister

            C.        The loss of his mother

            D.        The loss of his servant

C:I:Gn:24

 

 


Genesis 25 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  After Sarah died, who did Abraham take as his wife (Gen. 25:1)?

            A.        Dedan

            B.        Jokshan

            C.        Keturah

            D.        Hagar

C:I:Gn:25

 

2. Abraham divided his estate in all of the following ways EXCEPT

(Gen. 25:5)

            A.        Left everything he owned to Isaac

            B.        Gave the other sons his herds

            C.        Gave gifts to the sons of his other wife and concubines

            D.        Sent the other sons away to the east

B:A:Gn:25

 

3.  Hagar was originally from what country or city (Gen. 25:12)?

            A.        Egypt

            B.        Haran

            C.        Jerusalem

            D.        Damascus

A:I:Gn:25

 

4.  How old was Abraham when he died, old and full of years (Gen. 25:7)?

            A.        155

            B.        185

            C.        135

            D.        175

D:A:Gn:25

 

5.  Who buried Abraham (Gen. 25:9)?

            A.        Isaac

            B.        Ishmael

            C.        Ishmael and Isaac

            D.        All his sons

C:B:Gn:25

 

 


6.  In what cave was Abraham buried (Gen. 25:9)?

            A.        Machpelah

            B.        Dedan

            C.        Kedemah

            D.        Hadad

A:B:Gn:25

 

7.  Ephron, who sold the burial cave to Abraham, was from what group of

people (Gen. 25:10)?

            A.        Edomites

            B.        Hittites

            C.        Jebusites

            D.        Egyptians

B:I:Gn:25

 

8.  Ishmael's descendants were characterized as _________ (Gen. 25:18)

            A.        Desert merchants

            B.        Builders of cities

            C.        Craftsmen in silver and gold

            D.        Living in hostility toward their brothers

D:I:Gn:25

 

9.  How old was Isaac when he married Rebekah (Gen. 25:20)?

            A.        20

            B.        30

            C.        40

            D.        50

C:A:Gn:25

 

10.  Rebekah was originally from what region (Gen. 25:20)?

            A.        Babylon

            B.        Padan Aram

            C.        Damascus

            D.        Ugarit

B:I:Gn:25

 


11.  What national group did Rebekah come from (Gen. 25:20)?

            A.        Aramean

            B.        Hittite

            C.        Jebusite

            D.        Assyrian

A:A:Gn:25

 

12.  What did Isaac do when faced with Rebekah's barrenness (Gen. 25:21)?

            A.        He gave her gifts

            B.        He offered a sacrifice to the Lord

            C.        He prayed

            D.        He had a dream from God

C:I:Gn:25

 

13.  When Rebekah inquired of the Lord about the babies jostling, what did

she learn about her children (Gen. 25:23)?

            A.        The one would be a mighty hunter

            B.        The older would serve the younger

            C.        The one would be red haired

            D.        The twins would fight forever

B:B:Gn:25

 

14.  Rebekah and Isaac named the first child Esau because (Gen. 25:25)

            A.        He was older and stronger

            B.        God had told them what to name him

            C.        He was kicking at his brother

            D.        His whole body was covered with hair

D:B:Gn:25

 

15.  Rebekah and Isaac named the second child Jacob because (Gen. 25:26)

            A.        He was grabbing his brother's heel

            B.        He was the son of the promise

            C.        He was the one to whom the birthright would be given

            D.        He was the smooth

A:B:Gn:25

 


16.  When Esau grew up, what qualities was he noted for (Gen. 25:27)?

            A.        He was a successful farmer

            B.        He was a trader

            C.        He became a skillful hunter

            D.        He was a skillful craftsman

C:I:Gn:25

 

17.  Why did Isaac love Esau (Gen. 25:28)?

            A.        Because Esau looked like him

            B.        Because he had a taste for wild game

            C.        Because he served his father faithfully

            D.        Because he was strong

B:I:Gn:25

 

18.  Jacob was described as (Gen. 25:27)

            A.        A tricky man sneaking about

            B.        A loud man seeking to deceive

            C.        A gentle man farming his fields

            D.        A quiet man staying by the tents

D:I:Gn:25

 

20.  Why is Esau called Edom (Gen. 25:30)?

            A.        Because of the red stew he desired

            B.        Because he was hairy at birth

            C.        Because he despised his birthright

            D.        Because his father favored him

A:I:Gn:25

 

21.  What did Jacob desire from Esau in payment for his red stew

(Gen. 25:31)?

A.        The blessing of his father

B.        All his inheritance

C.        The birthright

D.        50 shekels of silver

C:B:Gn:25

 

 


Genesis 26 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Isaac went to Abimelech during a famine.  What was his nationality

(Gen. 26:1)?

            A.        Edomite

            B.        Amelekite

            C.        Philistine

            D.        Egyptian

C:A:Gn:26

 

2.  During the famine where did the LORD forbid Isaac to go (Gen. 26:2)?

            A.        Haran

            B.        Egypt

            C.        Sinai

            D.        Jordan

B:I:Gn:26

 

3.  All of the following covenant promises were restated to Isaac EXCEPT

(Gen. 26:3)

            A.        Descendants as numerous as the stars

            B.        All the lands where he was dwelling

            C.        Offspring that would be a blessing to all nations

            D.        The recipients of God's law

D:B:Gn:26

 

4.  What contributing factor did God say influenced His making a

covenant with Abraham (Gen. 26:5)?

A.        Abraham obeyed God's decrees

B.        Abraham believed God

C.        Abraham worshipped God

D.        Abraham left Babylon as God had commanded him

A:I:Gn:26

 

5.  To what city of Abimilech did Isaac go when there was a famine

(Gen. 26:6)?

            A.        Beersheba

            B.        Hebron

            C.        Gerar

            D.        Gaza

C:A:Gn:26

 

6.  When Abimelech's men asked about Isaac's wife Rebekah, how did Isaac

respond (Gen. 26:7)?

            A.        He fled to the next town

            B.        He said she was his sister

            C.        He said she was his servant

            D.        He said she had a curse on her

B:B:Gn:26

 

7.  After what incident did Abimelech confront Isaac saying he had

discovered Rebekah was his wife (Gen. 26:8)?

            A.        After he had spied Isaac caressing Rebekah

            B.        After his men had discovered they had had a child

            C.        After one of Isaac's servants told the king

            D.        After God warned him in a dream

A:B:Gn:26

 

8.  When Isaac planted his crops during the famine in Abimelech's territory,

how much did he reap (Gen. 26:12)?

            A.        Twelve-fold

            B.        Fifty-fold

            C.        One hundred-fold

            D.        Two hundred-fold

C:A:Gn:26

 

9. What did the Philistines of Isaac's time do to the wells that Abraham had

dug (Gen. 26:15)?

            A.        They poisoned them

            B.        They ran them dry

            C.        They fought over them

            D.        They filled them up

D:I:Gn:26

 

10.  When Isaac dug wells in the valley of Gerar how did the Philistines

respond (Gen. 26:20ff)?

            A.        They poisoned them

            B.        They ran them dry

            C.        They fought over them

            D.        They filled them up

C:I:Gn:26


11.  The well that Isaac dug and named "Now the LORD has given us

room and we will flourish in the land." was named _______

(Gen. 26:22)

            A.        Esek

            B.        Rehoboth

            C.        Sitnah

            D.        Lo-ruhamah

B:A:Gn:26

 

12.  In what town did Isaac build an altar, after the LORD appeared to him

(Gen. 26:23)?

            A.        Beersheba

            B.        Hebron

            C.        Gerar

            D.        Gaza

A:I:Gn:26

 

13.  Who was the commander of Abimelech's forces (Gen. 26:26)?

            A.        Aram

            B.        Achish

            C.        Sihon

            D.        Phicol

D:A:Gn:26

 

14.  Abimelech, after realizing the LORD was blessing Isaac, wanted what

from Isaac (Gen. 26:28)?

            A.        A gift

            B.        A treaty

            C.        Taxes

            D.        Protection from the Egyptians

B:I:Gn:26

 

15.  After Isaac granted Abimelech his request and dug a well called Shibah,

what was the town named (Gen. 26:33)?

            A.        Hebron

            B.        Gerar

            C.        Beersheba

            D.        Gaza

C:A:Gn:26

 

16.  Esau married a woman of what nationality (Gen. 26:34)?

            A.        Philistine

            B.        Hittite

            C.        Edomite

            D.        Amalekite

B:I:Gn:26

 

 


Genesis 27 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  What physical problem did Isaac have when he wanted to bless his son

(Gen. 27:1)?

            A.        Not able to see

            B.        Not able to hear

            C.        Not able to walk

            D.        Not able to remember

A:B:Gn:27

 

2.  What did Isaac request in order to give his blessing (Gen. 27:2)?

            A.        A lamb roasted the way he liked it

            B.        A young goat prepared the way he liked it

            C.        Wild game prepared the way he liked it

            D.        Some bread and wine

C:B:Gn:27

 

3.  Who overheard Isaac's intention to give Esau the blessing (Gen. 27:5)?

            A.        Jacob

            B.        Rebekah

            C.        His servant

            D.        Rebekah's handmaid

B:B:Gn:27

 

4.  What meat was Jacob instructed to take to his father in order to receive

the blessing (Gen. 27:9)?

A.        Some bread and wine

B.        Two sheep roasted as his father liked

C.        Two young pigeons

D.        Two young goats from the flock

D:I:Gn:27

 

5.  What difference between Jacob and Esau did Jacob fear would

lead his father to discover the plot to steal the blessing (Gen. 27:11)?

            A.        Esau was red haired and Jacob dark

            B.        Esau was strong and Jacob was weak

            C.        Esau was hairy and Jacob smooth

            D.        Esau was smelled like a hunter and Jacob like a farmer

C:B:Gn:27

 

6.  How did Jacob deceive his father's touch (Gen. 27:16)?

            A.        He wore goatskins on his hands

            B.        He stood at a distance so his father could not touch him

            C.        He carried Esau's bow

            D.        He covered himself with sheep's wool

A:B:Gn:27

 

7.  What accompanied Jacob's kiss of his father that confirmed and resulted

in his getting the blessing (Gen. 27:27)?

            A.        The weapons he carried were Esau's

            B.        The wine was Esau's

            C.        His voice sounded like Esau

            D.        The smell of Esau's clothes

D:I:Gn:27

 

8.  Isaac blessed the fields of Jacob with (Gen. 27:28)

            A.        Much rain

            B.        Heaven's dew

            C.        Salt on his enemy's fields

            D.        Springs of water

B:A:Gn:27

 

9.  Isaac blessed Jacob in all of the following ways EXCEPT (Gen. 27:28ff)

            A.        He would be lord over his brothers

            B.        Those that blessed him would be blessed

            C.        His children would number as the stars

            D.        His fields would produce abundant grain

C:A:Gn:27

 

10.  What was Isaac's response when Esau came in with the meat to receive

his blessing (Gen. 27:33)?

            A.        He trembled violently

            B.        He was extremely angry

            C.        He bowed his head in silence

            D.        He tore his clothes

A:I:Gn:27

 


11.  Esau, having lost his father's blessing to Jacob, condemned Jacob's

name as meaning _________ (Gen. 27:36)

            A.        Heel grabber

            B.        Betrayer

            C.        Blessed by God

            D.        Deceiver

  D:I:Gn:27

 

12.  Isaac's blessing on Esau said he would live (Gen. 27:40)?

            A.        By the spices of the earth

            B.        By the sword

            C.        By hunting and fishing

            D.        As a merchant for his brother

B:B:Gn:27

 

13.  In Isaac's blessing on Esau he said Esau's descendant's would

eventually (Gen. 27:40)

            A.        Conquer Jacob

            B.        Kill the descendants of Jacob

            C.        Through off Jacob's yoke

            D.        Break the shackles of Jacob's rule

C:I:Gn:27

 

14.  What did Esau plan to do to Jacob after he stole the blessing

(Gen. 27:41)?

            A.        Kill him after his father died

            B.        Sell him as a slave after his father died

            C.        Put him in a pit when his mother wasn't around

            D.        Make Jacob his slave after his father died

A:B:Gn:27

 

15.  To whom did Rebekah seek to send Jacob after he stole the blessing

(Gen. 27:43)?

            A.        Nahor, his relative

            B.        Lot, his uncle

            C.        Haran, her uncle

            D.        Laban, her brother

D:B:Gn:27

 


16.   With whom did Rebekah have trouble (Gen. 27:46)?

            A.        Esau's Edomite wives

            B.        Esau's Hittite wives

            C.        The servants of Isaac

            D.        Esau's Egyptian wives

B:I:Gn:27

 

 

 

 


Genesis 28 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Before Isaac sent Jacob away, what one command did he give him

(Gen. 28:1)?

            A.        To remember the ways of the LORD

            B.        Not to marry a Canaanite worman

            C.        Not to go into the land of the Philistines

            D.        Not to forsake the law of the LORD

B:I:Gn:28

 

2.  Isaac sent Jacob to the house of Rebekah's father, who was ______

(Gen. 28:2)

            A.        Laban

            B.        Lot

            C.        Bethuel

            D.        Terah

C:A:Gn:28

 

3.  Laban was Jacob's ________ (Gen. 28:2)

            A.        Uncle

            B.        Cousin

            C.        Grand-father

            D.        Brother-in-law

A:B:Gn:28

 

4.  Isaac, when wishing Jacob good-bye, hoped God would give specifically

what aspect of the Abrahamic blessing to Jacob (Gen. 28:4)?

            A.        The Messiah would come through him

            B.        That he would be a blessing to all peoples

            C.        That his descendants would find rich pasture

            D.        He would possess the land

D:I:Gn:28

 

5.  Laban was of what national or regional tribal identity (Gen. 28:5)?

            A.        Arabic

            B.        Edomite

            C.        Aramean

            D.        Egyptian

C:A:Gn:28

 

6.  To what region did Isaac send Jacob (Gen. 28:6)?

            A.        Egypt

            B.        Paddan Aram

            C.        Edom

            D.        Ammon

B:I:Gn:28

 

7.  Realizing his parents did not like his Canaanite wives, Esau married a

woman who was a descendant of ________ (Gen. 28:9)

            A.        Laban

            B.        Ishmael

            C.        Melchizedek

            D.        Pharaoh

B:I:Gn:28

 

8.  When Jacob left Isaac to go to Laban, what town did he set out for

(Gen. 28:10)?

            A.        Haran

            B.        Tyre

            C.        Damascus

            D.        Beersheba

A:I:Gn:28

 

9.  In Jacob's vision what/who were ascending and descending on the

stairway to heaven (Gen. 28:12)?

            A.        Family members

            B.        Animals

            C.        Angels

            D.        People with trumpets

C:B:Gn:28

 

10.  When Jacob saw the stairway to heaven all of the following Abrahamic

covenantal promises were reiterated to him EXCEPT (Gen. 28:14)

            A.        Seed would multiple as the dust

            B.        The land would be his

            C.        His line would last forever

            D.        Through him all peoples would be blessed

C:B:Gn:28

 


11.  After Jacob's stairway to heaven dream, in what two ways did he

identify the place were he slept (Gen. 28:17)?

            A.        House of God and temple of the most high

            B.        House of God and gate of heaven

            C.        Highway to heaven and gate of the most high

            D.        House of God and His earthly footstool

B:B:Gn:28

 

12.  When Jacob had his stairway to heaven dream, what did he use as a

pillow as he slept (Gen. 28:18)?

            A.        A stone

            B.        A lamb

            C.        His pack

            D.        The earth

A:B:Gn:28

 

13.  What did Jacob call the place where he had his stairway to heaven

dream (Gen. 28:19)?

            A.        Beersheba

            B.        Jerusalem

            C.        Bethlehem

            D.        Bethel

D:B:Gn:28

 

14.  What was the place where Jacob had his stairway to heaven dream

formerly called, before Jacob renamed it (Gen. 28:19)?

            A.        Hazor

            B.        Luz

            C.        Laish

            D.        Lachish

B:A:Gn:28

 

15.  Jacob said God would be his God if the LORD did all of the following

EXCEPT (Gen. 28:20f)

            A.        Give him food to eat

            B.        Provide him with clothes to wear

            C.        Provide him with a wife

            D.        Bring him back to this place

C:A:Gn:28

 

16.  What did Jacob say would be God's house (Gen. 28:22)?

            A.        The pillar he set up

            B.        The mountain on which he slept

            C.        The bush near where the dream took place

            D.        The threshing floor on which he slept

A:A:Gn:28

 

17.  Jacob promised that if he returned to the place of his dream he would

give God how much of his possessions (Gen. 28:22)?

            A.        A third

            B.        A tenth

            C.        A half

            D.        Everything he owned

B:I:Gn:28

 

 

 


Genesis 29 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Jacob arrived in Paddan Aram, what stopped the sheep from being

watered at the well (Gen. 29:2)?

            A.        A tree

            B.        A stone

            C.        A guard

            D.        A shepherd

B:I:Gn:29

 

2.  When Jacob arrived in Paddan Aram, he asked the shepherds if they

knew Laban the grandson of _________ (Gen. 29:5)

            A.        Bethuel

            B.        Lot

            C.        Nahor

            D.        Terah

C:A:Gn:29

 

3.  Who did Jacob first meet at the well in Paddan Aram (Gen. 29:9)?

            A.        Rachel

            B.        Leah

            C.        Laban

            D.        Terah

A:B:Gn:29

 

4.  How did Laban greet Jacob (Gen. 29:13)?

            A.        Embraced and anointed him with oil

            B.        Washed his feet and blessed him

            C.        Shook his hand and washed his feet

            D.        Kissed and embraced him

D:I:Gn:29

 

5.  How many years did Jacob agree to work for Rachel (Gen. 29:18)?

            A.        3

            B.        4

            C.        7

            D.        10

C:B:Gn:29

 


6.  Who was the first cousin Jacob actually married (Gen. 29:23)?

            A.        Rachel

            B.        Leah

            C.        Rebekah

            D.        Milcah

B:B:Gn:29

 

7.  How long after Jacob's first marriage did he have to wait in order to

marry Laban's second daughter (Gen. 29:27)?

A.        A week

B.        A year

C.        Seven years

D.        Ten years

A:I:Gn:29

 

8.  Laban gave which servant girl with Leah (Gen. 29:24)?

            A.        Milcah

            B.        Zilpah

            C.        Bilhah

            D.        Hagar

B:I:Gn:29

 

9.  Laban gave which servant girl with Rachel (Gen. 29:29)?

            A.        Milcah

            B.        Zilpah

            C.        Bilhah

            D.        Hagar

C:I:Gn:29

 

10.  Why did the LORD open Leah's womb (Gen. 29:31)?

            A.        Because she was the older

            B.        Because she reverenced the LORD

            C.        Because she was Jacob's first wife

            D.        Because she was not loved

D:B:Gn:29

 


11.  Leah had all of the following sons EXCEPT (Gen. 29:32ff)

            A.        Levi

            B.        Benjamin

            C.        Reuben

            D.        Judah

B:I:Gn:29

 

12.  Who was Leah's firstborn (Gen. 29:32)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Benjamin

            C.        Reuben

            D.        Judah

C:I:Gn:29

 

13.  Which of Leah's children was named with the statement "This time I

will praise the LORD" (Gen. 29:35)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Benjamin

            C.        Reuben

            D.        Judah

D:A:Gn:29

 

14.  What characteristic did Leah have (Gen. 29:17)?

            A.        She had weak eyes

            B.        She was beautiful in form

            C.        She was dark skinned

            D.        She was fair haired

A:I:Gn:29

 

 


Genesis 30 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Rachel saw that she was bearing no children, how did she respond

to Leah (Gen. 30:1)?

            A.        Anger

            B.        Sadness

            C.        Jealousy

            D.        Ridicule

C:B:Gn:30

 

2.  Who was Rachel's maid servant that she gave to Jacob to bear her sons

(Gen. 30:3)?

            A.        Zilpah

            B.        Milcah

            C.        Asenath

            D.        Bilhah

D:I:Gn:30

 

3.  Who was the first son of Rachel's maid servant whose name reflected

"God has vindicated me" (Gen. 30:6)?

            A.        Dan

            B.        Judah

            C.        Joseph

            D.        Zebulun

A:A:Gn:30

 

4.  Who was Leah's maid servant that she gave to Jacob to bear her sons

(Gen. 30:9)?

            A.        Zilpah

            B.        Milcah

            C.        Asenath

            D.        Bilhah

A:I:Gn:30

 


5.  Who found plants in a field that Rachel wanted to obtain (Gen. 30:14)?

            A.        Judah

            B.        Levi

            C.        Simeon

            D.        Reuben

D:A:Gn:30

 

6.  What did Leah give Rachel, bartering for a night with Jacob

(Gen. 30:15)?

            A.        Sheep

            B.        Spotted branches of an acacia tree

            C.        Mandrake plants

            D.        30 shekels of silver

C:B:Gn:30

 

7.  What was the name of Leah's daughter (Gen. 30:21)?

            A.        Tamar

            B.        Dinah

            C.        Miriam

            D.        Zipporah

B:I:Gn:30

 

8.  Who was Rachel's first son (Gen. 30:23)?

            A.        Joseph

            B.        Dan

            C.        Benjamin

            D.        Judah

A:B:Gn:30

 

9.  What did Laban say he had learned about Jacob by divination

(Gen. 30:27)?

            A.        That God was giving Jacob the land

            B.        That Jacob's descendants would multiply as the stars

            C.        That the LORD was protecting Jacob

            D.        That the LORD had blessed Laban on account of Jacob

D:I:Gn:30

 


10.  What kind of animals did Jacob receive from Laban as payment for his

service (Gen. 30:32)?

            A.        All black goats

            B.        All white sheep

            C.        All dark lambs

            D.        All the speckled cows

C:I:Gn:30

 

11.  What trick did Jacob attempt to use to get the spotted sheep

(Gen. 30:37f)?

            A.        Different colored rocks in the fields

            B.        Spotted blankets placed by their beds

            C.        Allowed them to eat only grass near the spring

            D.        Peeled tree branches in the watering troughs

D:I:Gn:30

 

12.  Which animals did Jacob mate to be his own (Gen. 30:42)?

            A.        The strongest

            B.        The healthiest

            C.        The fastest

            D.        The heaviest

A:I:Gn:30

 

13.  Besides sheep and goats, Jacob also increased in what two types of

animals (Gen. 30:43)?

            A.        Horses and cows

            B.        Donkeys and camels

            C.        Camels and horses

            D.        Cows and oxen

B:I:Gn:30

 

 

 


Genesis 31 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  What influenced Jacob to return to the land of his father Isaac

(Gen. 31:1)?

            A.        Laban threatened to kill him

            B.        Laban was thinking about taking his daughters back from Jacob

            C.        Laban's sons were disturbed over Jacob's taking of Laban's

wealth

            D.        Jacob longed to see his father and mother

C:I:Gn:31

 

2.  What inequity did Jacob accuse Laban of as he was leaving

Paddan Aram (Gen. 31:7)?

            A.        He changed his wages ten times

            B.        He stole sheep from his flock

            C.        He tricked him into serving for nothing

            D.        He tricked him in his marriage to Rachel

A:B:Gn:31

 

3.  Where had Jacob anointed a pillar and made a vow to God (Gen. 31:13)?

            A.        Beersheba

            B.        Bethel

            C.        Gilead

            D.        Haran

B:I:Gn:31

 

4.  Laban's daughters accused their father of (Gen. 31:15)

            A.        Supporting his sons over them

            B.        Kidnapping them

            C.        Tricking them

            D.        Selling them

D:I:Gn:31

 

5.  Where did Laban catch up with Jacob who had fled from him

(Gen. 31:25)?

            A.        Jericho

            B.        Damascus

            C.        Gilead

            D.        Galilee

C:A:Gn:31

 

6.  Laban complained that Jacob had run away secretly not allowing him to

            (Gen. 31:28)?

            A.        Kiss his daughters and grandchildren good bye

            B.        Give his daughters their inheritance

            C.        Pay Jacob the back wages he owed him

            D.        Give him the family gods

A:I:Gn:31

 

7.  When Laban said he would have thrown a going away party for Jacob

what two musical instruments did he mention (Gen. 31:27)?

            A.        Trumpets and cymbals

            B.        Harps and tambourines

            C.        Drums and flutes

            D.        Guitars and violins

B:A:Gn:31

 

8. Laban complained to Jacob that someone had stolen (Gen. 31:30)

            A.        His gold rings

            B.        His family tents

            C.        His family gods

            D.        His sons' camels

C:B:Gn:31

 

9.  How did Rachel hide the items she had stolen from Laban (Gen. 30:35)?

            A.        She buried them in her tent

            B.        She sat on them

            C.        She hid them in a well

            D.        She covered them with a sheep skin

B:B:Gn:31

 

10.  Jacob claimed that he had worked for Laban for _____ years

(Gen. 31:38)

            A.        7

            B.        14

            C.        20

            D.        25

C:I:Gn:31

 


11.  What did Laban call Jergar Sahadutha and Jacob called Galeed

(Gen. 31:46)?

            A.        A well where they made a covenant

            B.        A stream that would divide their lands

            C.        A child that was born to Leah

            D.        A heap of stones where they made a covenant

D:I:Gn:31

 

12.  Jacob and Laban swore by the God of Abraham and the God of ______

            (Gen. 31:53)

            A.        Isaac

            B.        Nahor

            C.        The heavens

            D.        Laban

B:A:Gn:31

 

 


Genesis 32 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Who did Jacob meet at Mahanaim (Gen. 32:1)?

            A.        Esau

            B.        His wives and children

            C.        Angels of God

            D.        Laban's servants

C:I:Gn:32

 

2.  What report did the messengers that Jacob had sent to announce his

return to Esau bring back (Gen. 32:6)?

            A.        That Esau was coming to meet Jacob with 400 men

            B.        That Esau was still angry at Jacob for stealing the blessing

            C.        That Esau was setting a trap to capture Jacob

            D.        That Esau was silent when they announced Jacob's coming

A:B:Gn:32

 

3.  What was Jacob's fearful response in preparation of his meeting with

Esau (Gen. 32:7)?

A.        He scattered his family and wealth over the hills

B.        He armed his servants

C.        He had his wives and children leave the camp

D.        He divided his people into two groups

D:I:Gn:32

 

4.  In Jacob's prayer to God prior to meeting Esau, he said when he

originally crossed the Jordan he only had what (Gen. 32:10)?

            A.        The clothes on his back

            B.        A staff

            C.        A single sheep and goat

            D.        Only a covering for his head

B:I:Gn:32

 

5.  In Jacob's prayer to God prior to meeting Esau, which aspect of God's

covenantal promise did Jacob remind God of (Gen. 32:12)?

            A.        God had promised him the land

            B.        God had promised he would be a blessing to all nations

            C.        God had promised his descendants would number as the sand

            D.        God had promised he would make him wealthy in herds

C:I:Gn:32


6.  All of the following were gifts Jacob prepared to send ahead of himself to

            pacify Esau's anger EXCEPT (Gen. 32:13ff)

            A.        Horses

            B.        Camels

            C.        Goats

            D.        Donkeys

A:I:Gn:32

 

7.  The night before Jacob's meeting with Esau, where did Jacob go with his

family (Gen. 32:22)?

            A.        Across the Jordan river

            B.        Across the mountain of Gilead

            C.        Across the Dead Sea

            D.        Across the stream of Jabbok

D:I:Gn:32

 

8.  When Jacob was wrestling with the "man" all night what did Jacob

require before he would let him go (Gen. 32:26)?

            A.        A guarantee

            B.        A promise

            C.        A blessing

            D.        A covenant

C:B:Gn:32

 

9.  How did the "man" Jacob wrestled with free himself (Gen. 32:25)?

            A.        He paralyzed Jacob's arms

            B.        He touched Jacob's hip socket

            C.        He twisted Jacob's ankle

            D.        He blinded Jacob

B:B:Gn:32

 

10.  What did Jacob ask of the person he wrestled with that was refused

(Gen. 32:27)?

            A.        Who sent him

            B.        Where he came from

            C.        To touch him

            D.        His name

D:I:Gn:32

 


11.  Jacob named the place of wrestling _______ because he said

"I saw God face to face and yet my life was spared" (Gen. 32:30)?

            A.        Bethel

            B.        Rehoboth

            C.        Peniel

            D.        Gilead

C:I:Gn:32

 

12.  As a result of Jacob's wrestling what do the Israelites not do till this day

(Gen. 32:32)?

            A.        Limp when they walk

            B.        Eat the hip tendon

            C.        Wrestle at night

            D.        Touch one another on the hip

B:A:Gn:32

 

13.  Esau was living in Seir in the country of _________ (Gen. 32:3)

            A.        Ammon

            B.        Gilead

            C.        Negev

            D.        Edom

D:A:Gn:32

 

14.  The one wrestling with Jacob changed Jacob's name to Israel because

Jacob had _______   (Gen. 32:28)

            A.        Defeated his brother

            B.        Seen the face of God

            C.        Struggled with God

            D.        Been blessed by God

C:B:Gn:32

 

 


Genesis 33 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Who was with Esau when he met Jacob on his return from Paddan Aram

(Gen. 33:1)?

            A.        The five kings of Gilead

            B.        Two captains of the Philistines

            C.        Two hundred camels for gifts

            D.        Four hundred of Esau's men

D:B:Gn:33

 

2.  When Jacob's group met Esau on his return from Paddan Aram, who met

            Esau first (Gen. 33:3)?

            A.        Leah and her sons

            B.        Rachel and her son

            C.        The maidservants and their sons

            D.        Jacob himself

D:I:Gn:33

 

3.  As Jacob lined up his wives and children to meet Esau who did he put

first (Gen. 33:2)?

            A.        Leah and her sons

            B.        Rachel and her son

            C.        The maidservants and their sons

            D.        Jacob himself

C:I:Gn:33

 

4.   Esau met Jacob in a manner that included all of the following actions

EXCEPT (Gen. 33:4)

            A.        Rejoiced

            B.        Threw his arms around him

            C.        Kissed him

            D.        Wept

A:I:Gn:33

 


5.  When Jacob met Esau on his return from Paddan Aram, he said seeing

Esau's face was like seeing what (Gen. 33:10)?

            A.        The face of an angel

            B.        The face of God

            C.        A mighty warrior

            D.        The face of an old friend

B:I:Gn:33

 

6.  Jacob refused Esau's offer to accompany him to Esau's home alleging that

            A.        He needed to stop for water

            B.        His wives were tired and needed a rest

            C.        His cattle had nursing young and had to travel slowly

            D.        He must first return to Bethel to worship God there

C:I:Gn:33

 

7.  Jacob said he would visit Esau in his home in what region (Gen. 33:16)?

            A.        Seir

            B.        Gilead

            C.        Galilee

            D.        Negev

A:A:Gn:33

 

8.  After Esau left where did Jacob build shelters for his livestock

(Gen. 33:17)?

            A.        Gaza

            B.        Gilead

            C.        Seir

            D.        Succoth

D:A:Gn:33

 

9.  What did Jacob call the altar he set up outside Shechem (Gen. 33:20)?

            A.        Peniel

            B.        El Elohe Israel

            C.        Bethel

            D.        Ebenezer

B:A:Gn:33

 


10.  From whom did Jacob purchase a place to put his tent outside Shechem

(Gen. 33: 18)?

A.        Abimelech king of the Philistines

B.        Tamar the princess of the Canaanites

            C.        Hamor the father of Shechem

            D.        Nahor the son of Terah

C:A:Gn:33

 


Genesis 34 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.   Who was the mother of Dinah (Gen. 34:1)?

            A.        Rachel

            B.        Leah

            C.        Zilpah

            D.        Bilhah

B:A:Gn:34

 

2.  Shechem was the son of _______ (Gen. 34:2)

            A.        Hamor

            B.        Bacuth

            C.        Abimelech

            D.        Mechizedek

A:A:Gn:34

 

3.  What offence did Shechem commit against Israel (Gen. 34:3)?

            A.        He violated Jacob's maidservant Bilhah

            B.        He stole from Jacob's herds

            C.        He took Jacob's wife Leah

            D.        He violated Dinah the daughter of Jacob

D:B:Gn:34

 

4.  After hearing of Shechem's offence what was Jacob's initial response

(Gen. 34:5)?

            A.        He was full of anger

            B.        He tore his clothes and put dust on his head

            C.        He kept quiet until his sons came home

            D.        He wept bitterly

C:I:Gn:34

 

5.  Hamor offered Jacob all of the following if his son would be allowed to

marry Dinah, EXCEPT (Gen. 34:8f)

            A.        To live in the land and acquire property

            B.        To set up altars to Jacob's God

            C.        To marry their daughters

            D.        To trade in the land

B:I:Gn:34

 


6.  What one requirement did the sons of Jacob ask as a precondition for

their intermarrying with the Hivites of Shechem (Gen. 34:15)?

            A.        All the males were to be circumcised

            B.        They had to pay Jacob 100 pieces of silver

            C.        They had to hand Shechem over to them

            D.        They had to allow them to intermarry with their daughters

A:B:Gn:34

 

7.  Where did Hamor address the people of his city to get them to

            intermarry with Jacob (Gen. 34:20)?

            A.        The palace

            B.        By the well

            C.        The city gate

            D.        The city wall

C:A:Gn:34

 

8.  Which two sons of Jacob smote the men of Shechem (Gen. 34:25)?

            A.        Reuben and Judah

            B.        Asher and Naphtali

            C.        Benjamin and Joseph

            D.        Levi and Simeon

D:I:Gn:34

 

9.  When did Jacob's two sons smite the men from the town of Shechem

(Gen. 34:25)?

            A.        As soon as they returned from the fields

            B.        Three days after their circumcision

            C.        A week after their sister had been violated

            D.        As they circumcised each of the males of Shechem

B:B:Gn:34

 

10.  How did Jacob react to his sons' slaughter of the Hivites of Shechem

(Gen. 34:30)?

            A.        He was proud of their defending their sister's honor

            B.        He was angry at them for killing those innocent in Shechem

            C.        He was silent fearing the wrath of his own sons

            D.        He feared he would be attacked when others heard of it

D:I:Gn:34


Genesis 35 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  After Shechem, where did God tell Jacob to go and build an altar 

(Gen. 35:1)?

            A.        Hebron

            B.        Jerusalem

            C.        Bethel

            D.        Ramah

C:I:Gn:35

 

2.  In preparation for returning to Bethel Jacob told his family to purify

themselves, change their clothes and do what (Gen. 35:2)?

            A.        To get rid of their foreign gods

            B.        To burn the plunder they had taken from the Shechemites

            C.        To repent and believe on the LORD

            D.        To prepare the best of their animals for sacrifice

A:B:Gn:35

 

3.  What did Jacob do with his family's earrings (Gen. 35:4)?

            A.        Buried them in a cave on Mount Gerizim

            B.        Buried them under the oak at Shechem

            C.        Burned them at the well of Jacob

            D.        Ground them to dust and scattered them in the wind

B:A:Gn:35

 

4.  Why was the place named Allon Bacuth (Gen. 35:8)?

            A.        Because there Jacob remembered his promise to God

            B.        Because there Rachel died while having a child

            C.        Because there Jacob buried his family's foreign gods

            D.        Because Deborah, Rebekah's nurse died there

D:A:Gn:35

 

5.  When Jacob returned to Bethel, how did God identify Himself in his

blessing to Jacob (Gen. 35:11)?

            A.        The LORD (Yahweh)

            B.        The God of Bethel

            C.        God Almighty (El Shaddai)

            D.        The LORD God

C:I:Gn:35

 

6.  God told Israel he should multiply and that nations and _______ would

come from his body (Gen. 35:11)

            A.        Priests

            B.        Kings

            C.        A Messiah

            D.        A prophet

B:A

 

7.  What did Jacob do to the stone pillar he erected at Bethel in

honor of his meeting God there (Gen. 35:14)?

            A.        He poured olive oil on it

            B.        He offered a ram on it

            C.        He bowed before it

            D.        He pronounced a blessing on it

A:I:Gn:35

 

8.  What happened as Rachel gave birth near Ephrath (Gen. 35:16)?

            A.        She rejoiced

            B.        She gave birth to twins

            C.        She died

            D.        She cried out to the Lord

C:B:Gn:35

 

9.  What name did Rachel give to her son that Jacob renamed Benjamin

(Gen. 35:18)?

            A.        Reuben

            B.        Ben-Asher

            C.        Ben-lehem

            D.        Ben-Oni

D:I:Gn:35

 

10.  What did Jacob put on Rachel's tomb (Gen. 35:20)?

            A.        Flowers

            B.        A pillar

            C.        A stone from each of his children

            D.        An altar to the LORD

B:A:Gn:35

 


11.  Rachel is buried just outside what town (Gen. 35:19)?

            A.        Jerusalem

            B.        Bethel

            C.        Bethlehem

            D.        Hebron

C:B:Gn:35

 

12.  Who slept with Jacob's concubine Bilhah (Gen. 35:22)?

            A.        Reuben

            B.        Levi

            C.        Esau

            D.        Judah

A:I:Gn:35

 

13.  Who was Jacob's first born (Gen. 35:23)?

            A.        Reuben

            B.        Levi

            C.        Judah

            D.        Joseph

A:B:Gn:35

 

14.  What is another name for the town of Hebron (Gen. 35:27)?

            A.        Ephrath

            B.        Migdal Eder

            C.        Ein-Gedi

            D.        Kiriath-Arba

D:A:Gn:35

 

15.  To whom was Isaac gathered when he died (Gen. 35:29)?

            A.        His children

            B.        His God

            C.        His people

            D.        His wife

C:I:Gn:35

 


16.  Who buried Isaac (Gen. 35:29)?

            A.        Jacob and his sons

            B.        Jacob and Esau

            C.        His wife Rebekah

            D.        The LORD

B:I:Gn:35

 

17.  What was the town of Bethel formerly called (Gen. 35:6)?

            A.        Laish

            B.        Mamre

            C.        Luz

            D.        Kiriath-arba

C:A:Gn:35

 

 

 

 

 


Genesis 36 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Esau's wives were from what region (Gen. 36:2)?

            A.        Philistia

            B.        Canaan

            C.        Egypt

            D.        Haran

B:I:Gn:36

 

2.  One of Esau's wives was whose daughter (Gen. 36:3)?

            A.        Abimelech

            B.        Pharaoh

            C.        Ishmael

            D.        Jacob

C:A:Gn:36

 

3.  In what region did Esau settle after separating from Jacob

(Gen. 36:8)?

            A.        Plains of Moab

            B.        Cities of the Dead Sea

            C.        Fields of the Negev

            D.        Hill country of Seir

D:A:Gn:36

 

4.  Esau is the father of what tribal group (Gen. 36:9)?

            A.        Edomites

            B.        Ammonites

            C.        Amalekites

            D.        Moabites

A:I:Gn:36

 

5.  What tribal group of chiefs was living in the region where Esau would

eventually settle (Gen. 36:20)?

            A.        Ephraimites

            B.        Horites

            C.        Amorites

            D.        Philistines

B:A:Gn:36

 


6.  The kings' list of Esau's descendants all came before what (Gen. 36:31)?

            A.        Before there were high places in Israel

            B.        Before there were prophets in Israel

            C.        Before there were kings in Israel

            D.        Before the cities of Sodom were destroyed

C:A:Gn:36

 

7.  Why did Esau separate and move away from his home land in Canaan

(Gen. 36:7)?

            A.        The land could not support his herds and Jacob's

            B.        He found water for his herds outside of Canaan

            C.        He began trading with the herdsman of the desert

            D.        He resented not receiving the blessing

A:I:Gn:36

 


Genesis 37 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Joseph was seventeen what did he do against his brothers

(Gen. 37:2)?

            A.        He brought back a bad report about them

            B.        He told his father they were trying to trick him

            C.        He tried to steal his father's blessing

            D.        He bragged that their father favored him over them

A:I:Gn:37

 

2.  Joseph's first family dream was about (Gen. 37:5)

            A.        His receiving a crown as his brothers bowed before him

            B.        His father's tents bowing before Joseph's

            C.        His brothers' sheaves of grain bowing down to his

            D.        His sheep and goats multiplying more than his brothers

C:B:Gn:37

 

3.  Joseph's second family dream was about _______ bowing before him

(Gen. 37:9)

            A.        Sheep and goats

            B.        Sun, moon, stars

            C.        The trees

            D.        The Mountains

B:B:Gn:37

 

4.  What was Joseph's brothers' response to his family dreams (Gen. 37:11)?

            A.        Anger

            B.        Disappointment

            C.        Mockery

            D.        Jealousy

D:I:Gn:37

 

5.  Where did Joseph initially go to find his brothers (Gen. 37:12)?

            A.        Dothan

            B.        Jerusalem

            C.        Shechem

            D.        Shiloh

C:A:Gn:37

 


6.  Where did Joseph actually find his brothers grazing their flocks

(Gen. 37:17)?

            A.        Dothan

            B.        Jerusalem

            C.        Shechem

            D.        Shiloh

A:A:Gn:37

 

7.  Who talked Joseph's brothers out of killing Joseph (Gen. 37:17)?

            A.        Benjamin

            B.        Judah

            C.        Isaachar

            D.        Reuben

D:I:Gn:37

 

8.  What did Joseph's father give him that showed Joseph was the favorite

(Gen. 37:3)?

            A.        A fatted calf

            B.        His father's staff

            C.        A special robe

            D.        A gold ring

C:B:Gn:37

 

9.  Where did Joseph's brothers put him to imprison him (Gen. 37:22)?

            A.        In a well

            B.        In a cistern

            C.        Tied him to a tree

            D.        In a cave

B:I:Gn:37

 

10.  When Judah saw the _________ traders he suggested Joseph be sold

into slavery (Gen. 37:26)

            A.        Ishmaelite

            B.        Philistine

            C.        Egyptian

            D.        Hittite

A:I:Gn:37

 


11.  Where were the traders who purchased Joseph as a slave going

(Gen. 37:25)?

            A.        Haran

            B.        Negev

            C.        Egypt

            D.        Gilead

C:B:Gn:37

 

12.  For how much was Joseph sold as a slave (Gen. 37:28)?

            A.        10 pieces of silver

            B.        20 pieces of silver

            C.        10 pieces of gold

            D.        Spices and balm

B:I:Gn:37

 

13.  Which brother tried, and failed, to save Joseph (Gen. 37: 29)?

            A.        Benjamin

            B.        Judah

            C.        Isaachar

            D.        Reuben

D:I:Gn:37

 

14.  After selling Joseph into slavery how did Jacob's sons deceive him

(Gen. 37:31)?

            A.        They dipped Joseph's robe in blood

            B.        They tore Joseph's robe to pieces

            C.        They had a servant report that an animal had killed Joseph

            D.        They said that the Ishmaelites had killed him

A:B:Gn:37

 

15.  What did Jacob put on to show his mourning, thinking Joseph had been

killed (Gen. 37:34)?

            A.        A black robe

            B.        Joseph's robe

            C.        Sackcloth

            D.        Dust on his head

C:I:Gn:37

 


16.  To whom did the Midianites sell Joseph (Gen. 37:36)?

            A.        The Pharoah of Egypt

            B.        Abimelech king of the Philistines

            C.        To the Ismaelites who took him to Egypt

            D.        Potiphar the captain of Pharaoh's guard

D:B:Gn:37

 

 


Genesis 38 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Who was Judah's Adullamite friend that he stayed with (Gen. 38:1)?

            A.        Kezib

            B.        Abimelech

            C.        Hirah

            D.        Potiphar

C:A:Gn:38

 

2.  Judah married a woman of what nationality (Gen. 38:2)?

            A.        Canaanite

            B.        Hittite

            C.        Philistine

            D.        Midianite

A:I:Gn:38

 

3.  All of the following were Judah's sons EXCEPT (Gen. 38:3f)

            A.        Er

            B.        Shua

            C.        Onan

            D.        Shelah

B:I:Gn:38

 

4.  Who was Judah's son's wife (Gen. 38:6)?

            A.        Dinah

            B.        Elisamah

            C.        Shua

            D.        Tamar

D:B:Gn:38

 

5.  Who did God put to death for spilling his seed (Gen. 38:10)?

            A.        Er

            B.        Shua

            C.        Onan

            D.        Shelah

C:B:Gn:38

 


6.  Which son was Judah hesitant to give to his daughter-in-law

(Gen. 38:11)?

            A.        Er

            B.        Shua

            C.        Onan

            D.        Shelah

C:I:Gn:38

 

7.  Who died just before the meeting of Judah and Tamar, as Judah was

going to shear sheep (Gen. 38:12)?

            A.        Er

            B.        Judah's wife

            C.        Shelah

            D.        Jacob

B:I:Gn:38

 

8.  Why did Judah mistake his daughter-in-law for a prostitute (Gen. 38:15)?

            A.        She wore red clothes

            B.        She uncovered her feet

            C.        She took off her head covering

            D.        She covered her face

D:I:Gn:38

 

9.   What did Judah's daughter-in-law require as a pledge from Judah

(Gen. 38:18)?

            A.        His seal

            B.        His coat

            C.        A gold coin

            D.        His sandal

A:I:Gn:38

 

10.  What did Judah offer to pay his daughter-in-law to sleep with her

(Gen. 38:17)?

A.        A sheep

B.        A gold coin

C.        A goat

D.        His inheritance

C:I:Gn:38

 


11.  Where was Judah going when he met his daughter-in-law in the

entrance to Enaim (Gen. 38:13)?

            A.        To visit his sons at Shechem

            B.        To Timnah to shear sheep

            C.        To Bethel to build an altar

            D.        To Gebah to get some water

B:A:Gn:38

 

12.  When Judah found out his daughter-in-law was pregnant what was his

initial response (Gen. 38:24)?

            A.        To have her stoned

            B.        To exile her to the desert

            C.        To give her her part of the inheritance

            D.        To have her burned to death

D:B:Gn:38

 

13.  After Judah's immorality was exposed, he responded

            A.        By saying she had been more righteous than he had

            B.        By condemning her for tricking him

            C.        By acknowledging that it was the will of the LORD

            D.        By giving his final son to her to wed

A:I:Gn:38

 

14.  When Judah's daughter-in-law gave birth to twins how did the mid-wife

seek to identify the child that was born first (Gen. 38:28)?

            A.        Put the first born on a white sheep skin

            B.        Put Judah's signet ring on the firstborn's hand

            C.        Put a scarlet thread on his wrist

            D.        Circumcised the firstborn immediately

C:I:Gn:38

 

15.  Which of Judah's sons was named because he "had broken out" ahead of

his brother (Gen. 38:29)?

            A.        Eliah

            B.        Perez

            C.        Shummua

            D.        Zerah

B:A:Gn:38

 

 

Genesis 39 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Potiphar was what type of official in Pharoah's court (Gen. 39:1)?

            A.        Scribe

            B.        Cupbearer

            C.        Captain of the guard

            D.        Palace attendant

C:B:Gn:39

 

2.  Potiphar bought Joseph from the _______ (Gen. 39:1)

            A.        Canaanites

            B.        Ishmaelites

            C.        Edomites

            D.        Amorites

B:I:Gn:39

 

3. Who was with Joseph (Gen. 39:2)?

            A.        His brothers

            B.        His donkey

            C.        His servant

            D.        God

D:B:Gn:39

 

4.  Why did the LORD bless Potiphar (Gen. 39:5)?

            A.        Because of Joseph

            B.        Because of Potiphar's wife

            C.        Because Potiphar feared the LORD

            D.        Because Potiphar accepted the LORD          

A:B:Gn:39

 

5.  Who said to Joseph, "Come to bed with me" (Gen. 39:7)?

            A.        Potiphar's servant

            B.        Potiphar's concubine

            C.        Potiphar's wife

            D.        The Pharaoh's daughter

C:B:Gn:39

 


6.  Joseph rejected the immoral offer saying it was a sin against (Gen. 39:9)

            A.        His master

            B.        Her

            C.        God

            D.        Himself

C:I:Gn:39

 

7.  What did the woman use as evidence against Joseph when Potiphar

returned home (Gen 39:15)?

            A.        His pants

            B.        His ring

            C.        His staff

            D.        His cloak

D:B:Gn:39

 

8.  The woman who accused Joseph she said she had ______ to resist his

advances (Gen. 39:14)

            A.        Pushed him away

            B.        Screamed

            C.        Called in the guard

            D.        Kicked him

B:I:Gn:39

 

9.  How did Potiphar react to the accusations made against Joseph

(Gen. 39:19)?

            A.        He threw Joseph into prison

            B.        He attempted to kill Joseph

            C.        He put Joseph in a pit

            D.        He did nothing, knowing the allegations were lies

A:B:Gn:39

 

10.  In prison in whose eyes did Joseph find favor (Gen. 39:21)?

            A.        God's

            B.        The prison warden's

            C.        Pharaoh's servant

            D.        The other prisoners'

B:I:Gn:39

 


11.  What did the LORD give Joseph, both in Potiphar's house and in prison

(Gen. 39:23)?

            A.        Mercy

            B.        A way to escape the temptation

            C.        Victory

            D.        Success

D:I:Gn:39

 

12.  Joseph took care of everything in Potiphar's house leaving Potiphar to

only need concern himself with what one thing (Gen. 39:6)?

            A.        The food he ate

            B.        His wife's needs

            C.        His service to Pharaoh

            D.        The desires of his heart

A:I:Gn:39

 

 


Genesis 40 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Which two officials did Pharaoh put in prison with Joseph (Gen. 40:1)?

            A.        Cupbearer and scribe

            B.        Cupbearer and magician

            C.        Cupbearer and baker

            D.        Baker and magician

C:B:Gn:40

 

2.  What did the two people Pharaoh put in prison have at the same time

(Gen. 40:5)?

            A.        A sleepless night

            B.        Sickness

            C.        A vision

            D.        A dream

D:B:Gn:40

 

3.  Why were both men Pharaoh put in prison sad (Gen. 40:8)?

            A.        They were put in prison unjustly

            B.        They had no one to interpret their dream

            C.        Their families had no one to support them

            D.        There was a famine in the land

B:B:Gn:40

 

4.  Joseph told the two prisoners that the interpretations of dreams belonged

to whom (Gen. 40:8)?

            A.        God

            B.        Magicians

            C.        Wise men

            D.        Him (Joseph)

A:I:Gn:40

 

5.  What did the cupbearer see in front of him (Gen. 40:10)?

            A.        A basket

            B.        A vine

            C.        A rock

            D.        A river

B:I:Gn:40

 


6.  What did the three branches in the dream stand for (Gen. 40:12)?

            A.        Three years

            B.        Three months

            C.        Three days

            D.        Three hours

C:I:Gn:40

 

7.  In the dream what did the cupbearer do with the grapes (Gen. 40:11)?

            A.        Ate them

            B.        Put them whole into Pharaoh's mouth

            C.        Gave them to Pharaoh on a platter

            D.        Squeezed them into Pharaoh's cup

D:B:Gn:40

 

8.  What request did Joseph make to the cupbearer in prison (Gen. 40:14)?

            A.        To get him the key of the prison

            B.        To remember Joseph to Pharaoh

            C.        To tell Potiphar that Joseph was innocent

            D.        To remember that Joseph was the one who could interpret

dreams

B:I:Gn:40

 

9.  What were on the head of the baker in the prison dream (Gen. 40:16)?

            A.        Three loaves of bread

            B.        Three pounds of flour

            C.        Three baskets of bread

            D.        Three pieces of unleavened bread

C:I:Gn:40

 

10.  In the dream what ate the baker's bread (Gen. 40:17)?

            A.        Pharaoh

            B.        The priests

            C.        Worms

            D.        The birds

D:I:Gn:40

 


11.  When did the Pharaoh fulfill Joseph's interpretation of the prison dreams

(Gen. 40:20)?

            A.        On his birthday

            B.        On the first day of the new year

            C.        At the harvest celebration

            D.        At a war victory celebration

A:A:Gn:40

 

12.  How did the chief baker die (Gen. 40:22)?

            A.        He was killed by the sword

            B.        He was thrown into the river

            C.        He was hanged

            D.        He was shot with an arrow

C:A:Gn:40

 

13.  Who forgot Joseph in prison after he was released (Gen. 40:23)?

            A.        The baker

            B.        The cupbearer

            C.        The scribe

            D.        The magician

B:I:Gn:40

 


Genesis 41 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  How long did the cupbearer forget Joseph in prison (Gen. 41:1)?

            A.        One year

            B.        Two years

            C.        Three Years

            D.        Seven Years

B:A:Gn:41

 

2.  In Pharaoh's first dream, what animals did he see as he was standing by

the Nile River (Gen. 41:2)?

            A.        Seven camels

            B.        Seven sheep

            C.        Seven cows

            D.        Seven fish

C:B:Gn:41

 

3.  What scorched the seven thin heads of grain in Pharoah's second dream

(Gen. 41:6)?

            A.        The east wind

            B.        The desert sun

            C.        The sand

            D.        Drying up of the Nile river

A:I:Gn:41

 

4.  What two groups of people did Pharaoh initially send for to interpret his

dreams (Gen. 41:8)?

            A.        Astrologers and diviners

            B.        Counselors and prophets

            C.        Captains and his cupbearer

            D.        Wise men and magicians

D:I:Gn:41

 

5.  When the cupbearer was telling Pharaoh about Joseph's abilities with

dreams, he identified him as a ______  (Gen. 41:12)

            A.        Canaanite

            B.        Hebrew

            C.        Ishmaelite

            D.        Jew

B:I:Gn:41


6.  When Pharaoh told Joseph he had heard that Joseph could interpret the

dreams, how did Joseph respond (Gen. 41:16)?

            A.        He said that he could interpret it because God was with him

            B.        He asked why his wise men could not interpret it

            C.        He said he could not, but God would interpret it

            D.        He said he would have to listen to the dreams before

interpreting them

C:I:Gn:41

 

7.  What did Joseph tell Pharaoh the seven good heads of grain represented

(Gen. 41:24)?

            A.        God's blessing on Egypt

            B.        Seven sons of Pharaoh

            C.        Seven nations over which Pharaoh would rule

            D.        Seven good years

D:B:Gn:41

 

8.  From the dreams what did Joseph tell Pharaoh would ravage the land of

Egypt (Gen. 41:30)?

            A.        A famine

            B.        A locust plague

            C.        Invaders from the north

            D.        The drying up of the Nile river

A:B:Gn:41

 

9.  How much did Joseph suggest Pharaoh save each year in order

to prepare for the time of lacking in Egypt (Gen. 41:34)?

            A.        One third

            B.        One quarter

            C.        One half

            D.        One fifth

D:A:Gn:41

 


10.  Pharaoh, after hearing Joseph's interpretation of his dreams and plans

for Egypt, concluded that Joseph was all of the following EXCEPT

(Gen. 41:38)

            A.        A wise man

            B.        One in whom the spirit of God was

            C.        A worshipper of the true God

            D.        Discerning

C:I:Gn:41

 

11.  Pharaoh dressed Joseph in all of the following EXCEPT (Gen. 41:42)

            A.        A crown for his head

            B.        Signet ring

            C.        Fine linen robes

            D.        Gold chain around his neck

A:I:Gn:41

 

12.  What name did Pharaoh give to Joseph (Gen. 41:45)?

            A.        Ephraim-Asenath

            B.        Ptahhotep-Re

            C.        Amenemope-Luz

            D.        Zaphenath-Paneah

D:A:Gn:41

 

13.  Who was Joseph's wife (Gen. 41:45)?

            A.        Paneah daughter of Pharaoh

            B.        Asenath daughter of Potiphera

            C.        Potiphar daughter of Eliakim

            D.        Hathor daughter of Re

B:I:Gn:41

 

14.  Which of Joseph's sons was identified with "God made me forget all my

trouble" (Gen. 41:51)?

            A.        Ephraim

            B.        Isaachar

            C.        Manassah

            D.        Asher

C:A:Gn:41

 


15.  Which of Joseph's sons was identified with "God made me fruitful in the

land of my suffering" (Gen. 41:52)?

            A.        Ephraim

            B.        Isaachar

            C.        Manassah

            D.        Asher

A:A:Gn:41

 

16.  What did all the surrounding countries seek to buy from Joseph in Egypt

(Gen. 41:57)?

            A.        Water

            B.        Grain

            C.        Meat

            D.        Vegetables

B:I:Gn:41

 

17.  One of the ways Pharaoh honored Joseph was to make him ride a

(Gen. 41:43)

            A.        Chariot

            B.        White horse

            C.        In Pharaoh's carriage

            D.        On Pharaoh's horse

A:I:Gn:41

 

18.  How old was Joseph when he came into Pharaoh's service (Gen. 41:46)?

            A.        25

            B.        30

            C.        35

            D.        40

B:A:Gn:41

 

19.  Joseph two sons born in Egypt were (Gen. 41:51f)

            A.        Ephraim and Benjamin

            B.        Ephraim and Manasseh

            C.        Joshua and Asher

            D.        Gad and Simeon

B:B:Gn:41

 

 


20. Joseph's father-in-law was (Gen. 41:45)

            A.        A magician of Pharaoh

            B.        A scribe of Ramases

            C.        A priest of On

            D.        A captain of Pharaoh's army

C:I:Gn:41

 


Genesis 42 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  Where did Jacob's ten sons go to buy grain (Gen. 42:3)?

            A.        Babylon

            B.        Egypt

            C.        Damascus

            D.        Arabia

B:B:Gn:42

 

2.  Which of the brothers did not go to buy grain (Gen. 42:4)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Judah

            C.        Benjamin

            D.        Reuben

C:B:Gn:42

 

3.  Why did Jacob not send one of the brothers to buy grain (Gen. 42:4)?

            A.        He feared harm would come to him

            B.        He thought his brothers would kill him

            C.        He wanted him to help him at home

            D.        He wanted to keep at least one son for the inheritance

A:I:Gn:42

 

4.  How did the brothers greet Joseph when they came to buy grain

(Gen. 42:6)?

            A.        They kissed his hand

            B.        They knelt before him three times as they approached him

            C.        They took off their hats in respect

            D.        They bowed with their faces to the ground

D:I:Gn:42

 

5.  Where did the brothers say they were from when trying to buy grain

(Gen. 42:7)?

            A.        The land of the Philistines

            B.        The land of Israel

            C.        The land of Canaan

            D.        The land of the Hebrews

C:I:Gn:42

 


6.  Joseph, disguising himself, accused his brothers who were trying to buy

grain of trying to do what (Gen 42:9)?

            A.        Not give him a fair price for the grain

            B.        Spy out the land

            C.        Steal grain

            D.        Causing Egypt to starve by buying grain there

B:B:Gn:42

 

7.  After putting his brothers in jail for three days, how did Joseph say he

would determine whether they were true (Gen. 42:19)?

            A.        They would have to bring their father to Egypt

            B.        They would have to pay him in silver coins

            C.        They would have to bring him some grapes from their home

            D.        They would have to bring their youngest brother to Egypt

D:B:Gn:42

 

8.  The brothers, having trouble buying grain, saw the difficulty as

punishment for what other event (Gen. 42:21)?

            A.        Their treatment of Joseph

            B.        Their sin against God

            C.        Their deception of their father

            D.        Their killing of the Shechemites

A:I:Gn:42

 

9.  Which brother had tried to convince the others not to sin against Joseph

when they plotted against him (Gen. 42:22)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Judah

            C.        Simeon

            D.        Reuben

D:I:Gn:42

 

10.  Which brother did Joseph keep imprisoned in Egypt to guarantee that

his brothers would return (Gen. 42:24)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Judah

            C.        Simeon

            D.        Reuben

C:A:Gn:42

 

11.  Why did the brothers who asked for grain not discover it was Joseph

speaking to them (Gen. 42: 23)?

            A.        Because his head was shaved

            B.        Because he spoke to them through an interpreter

            C.        Because he put a veil over his face

            D.        Because he changed his voice

B:I:Gn:42

 

12.  What was Joseph's response when his brothers seeking to buy grain

described their former treatment of him not knowing he was listening

(Gen. 42:24)?

            A.        He was angry

            B.        He was happy they realized their injustice

            C.        He forgave them

            D.        He wept

D:I:Gn:42

 

13.  When the brothers left with grain what did Joseph put in their sacks

(Gen. 42:25)?

            A.        His signet ring

            B.        Double the grain they had purchased

            C.        Each man's silver

            D.        His royal cup

C:B:Gn:42

 

14.  When the brothers discovered what was in their sacks what was their

response (Gen. 42:28)?

            A.        They trembled wondering what God had done to them

            B.        They rejoiced realizing God's blessing on them

            C.        They wondered what it all could mean

            D.        They hid the money from their father after they returned

A:I:Gn:42

 

15.  Who offered his sons as a guarantee in return for taking Benjamin to

            get grain (Gen. 42:37)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Judah

            C.        Simeon

            D.        Reuben

D:A:Gn:42


Genesis 43 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  As the sons of Israel made a second trip to Egypt who guaranteed

Benjamin's safety (Gen. 43:9)?
            A.        Reuben

            B.        Judah

            C.        Levi

            D.        Simeon

B:A:Gn:43

 

2.  Jacob recommended they take all of the following on their second trip to

get grain from Egypt EXCEPT (Gen. 43:11)?

            A.        Honey

            B.        Spices

            C.        Olives

            D.        Almonds

C:A:Gn:43

 

3.  Jacob recommended they take how much silver for the second trip to

            get grain from Egypt (Gen. 43:12)?

            A.        The same as they took the first trip

            B.        Double that they took the first trip

            C.        Triple that they took the first trip

            D.        They add gold on the second trip

B:B:Gn:43

 

4.  When Joseph's brothers arrived with Benjamin on the second trip how did

Joseph respond (Gen. 43:16)?

            A.        He had them eat with him in his house

            B.        He had them thrown into prison

            C.        He made them wait three days

            D.        He gave them twice the grain they wanted

A:I:Gn:43

 


5.  When the brothers explained to Joseph's steward about the silver in their

sacks how did the steward respond (Gen. 43:23)?

            A.        His master was generous and had given it to them

            B.        He suspected them of being spies and stealing the silver

            C.        He threatened to throw all of them into prison

            D.        He said the God of their father had put the money in the sack

D:I:Gn:43

 

6.  On the second trip to Egypt what was one of the first things Joseph asked

his brothers about (Gen. 43:27)?

            A.        Their mother

            B.        Their father

            C.        How they were faring in Canaan

            D.        About their missing brother

B:B:Gn:43

 

7.  When Joseph saw Benjamin, on the brothers second trip to Egypt, how

did he respond (Gen. 43:30)?

            A.        He wept privately

            B.        He wept publicly

            C.        He gave his brother a special robe

            D.        He put a gold chain on his brother's neck

A:B:Gn:43

 

8.  In what order did Joseph seat his brothers when they ate with him

(Gen. 43:33)?

            A.        Youngest to oldest

            B.        Eldest to youngest

            C.        According to who their mother was

            D.        Alphabetically

B:A:Gn:43

 

9.  Why did Joseph serve his brothers dinner by himself (Gen. 43:32)?

            A.        Because he wanted just his family in the room

            B.        Because the Hebrews refused to eat with Egyptians

            C.        Because it was detestable for the Egyptians to eat with Hebrews

            D.        Because Joseph ordered them out of the room

B:I:Gn:43

 


10.  At dinner, on the brothers second trip to Egypt, how did Joseph show

his favor to Benjamin (Gen. 43:34)?

            A.        He got the double portion of food

            B.        He drank from Joseph's silver cup

            C.        He was seated at Joseph's right hand

            D.        He got five times as much as the other brothers

D:A:Gn:43

 

11.  Joseph's steward had them wash ________ before they meet with

Joseph for dinner (Gen. 43:24)

A.        Their hands

B.        Their heads

C.        Their feet       

D.        Their faces

C:I:Gn:43

 


Genesis 44 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  On the second trip to Egypt what was put in the grain sack of Benjamin

(Gen. 44:1)?

            A.        Joseph's signet ring

            B.        Joseph's gold plate

            C.        Joseph's silver crown

            D.        Joseph's silver cup

D:B:Gn:44

 

2.  When Joseph's steward ran after Joseph's brothers, he told them the item

that was stolen was used for what purpose (Gen. 44:5)?

            A.        For Divination

            B.        To offer sacrifices to the gods

            C.        To show Pharaoh's blessing

            D.        For Pharaoh's cupbearer

A:I:Gn:44

 

3.  The brothers acknowledged that the one having stolen Joseph's special

item would be (Gen. 44:9)

            A.        Joseph's slave

            B.        Thrown into prison

            C.        Killed

            D.        Have his hand cut off

C:I:Gn:44

 

4.  When Joseph's special cup was found in Benjamin's sack, how did the

brothers respond (Gen. 44:13)?

            A.        They sprinkled dust on their heads

            B.        They tore their clothes

            C.        They wept out loud

            D.        They trembled in fear

B:B:Gn:44

 


5.  What did Joseph decide concerning the brothers who had not stolen the

cup (Gen. 44:17)?

            A.        They were to be his slaves

            B.        They were to be put in prison for 7 years

            C.        They were to repay the silver seven times over

            D.        They were free to return to their father

D:I:Gn:44

 

6.  Who explained to Joseph that Benjamin was the only son left of his

mother and that it would kill Jacob if Benjamin did not return

(Gen. 44:18)?

A.        Reuben

B.        Simeon

C.        Judah

D.        Levi

C:A:Gn:44

 

7.  Who offered himself so that Benjamin could return to his father after the

cup was found (Gen. 44:33)?

A.        Reuben

B.        Simeon

C.        Judah

D.        Levi

C:A:Gn:44

 

8.  One of the brothers explained to Joseph that if Benjamin did not return

what would be the response of Jacob (Gen. 44:13)?

            A.        He would die in sorrow

            B.        He would come down and rescue him

            C.        He would kill himself

            D.        He would not eat until Benjamin returned

A:B:Gn:44

 

 


Genesis 45 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  In order to prepare for Joseph's telling his brothers who he was,

what did Joseph order first (Gen. 45:1)?

            A.        Each brother be given a silver cup

            B.        Special coats be brought for his brothers

            C.        All his attendants to leave

            D.        No one report this matter to Pharaoh

C:I:Gn:45

 

2.  When Joseph revealed himself to his brothers in Egypt how did they react

initially (Gen. 45:3)?

            A.        They were terrified

            B.        They were angry

            C.        They were humbled

            D.        They were overjoyed

A:B:Gn:45

 

3.  When Joseph revealed himself to his brothers in Egypt how many years

were left in the famine (Gen. 45:6)?

            A.        2

            B.        3

            C.        4

            D.        5

            E.         7

D:A:Gn:45

 

4.  To whom did Joseph attribute his being sent to Egypt, after he revealed

himself to his brothers (Gen. 45:7)?

            A.        Ishmaelites

            B.        God

            C.        His brothers

            D.        His father

B:B:Gn:45

 


5.  When he revealed himself to his brothers, Joseph said he was sent to

Egypt for what purpose (Gen. 45:7)?

A.        To bring his family in the land of plenty in Egypt

B.        To fulfill the word of the Lord given to Abraham

C.        To save his family's lives from the famine

D.        To Abraham's seed multiply as the stars of heaven

C:I:Gn:45

 

6.  How did Joseph characterize his relationship to Pharaoh when he

revealed himself to his brothers in Egypt (Gen. 45:8)?

            A.        He was Pharaoh's father

            B.        He was Pharaoh's chief advisor

            C.        He was Pharaoh's chief diviner

            D.        He was Pharaoh's son

A:I:Gn:45

 

7.  What area did Joseph suggest his brothers and father could live when

they came to Egypt (Gen. 45:10)?

            A.        The land of Paran

            B.        The land of Sinai

            C.        The land of the Nile

            D.        The land of Goshen

D:I:Gn:45

 

8.  Whom did Joseph weep over and embrace first of all his brothers

(Gen. 45:14)?

            A.        Reuben

            B.        Benjamin

            C.        Judah

            D.        Levi

B:B:Gn:45

 

9.  When Pharaoh found out that Joseph's brothers had arrived, he offered all

of the following from Egypt EXCEPT (Gen. 45:18f)

            A.        The best of the land of Egypt

            B.        Carts to carry his father down to Egypt

            C.        The best of the land of Egypt

            D.        A silver chains and a gold ring for Joseph's father

D:A:Gn:45


10.  What was Jacob's first response when the brothers told him Joseph was

alive in Egypt (Gen. 45:26)?

            A.        Jacob rejoiced

            B.        Jacob bowed his head and wept

            C.        Jacob did not believe them

            D.        Jacob readied himself to go to Egypt

C:B:Gn:45

 

11.  How did Joseph show his favor of Benjamin as the brothers left to

return to their father Jacob (Gen. 45:22)?

            A.        He gave Benjamin a coat of many colors

            B.        He gave Benjamin 5 sets of clothes

            C.        He gave Benjamin his signet ring

            D.        He gave Benjamin his staff

B:A:Gn:45

 


Genesis 46 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Jacob set out for Egypt to meet Joseph, where did he stop and offer

a sacrifice (Gen. 46:1)?

            A.        Hebron

            B.        Bethel

            C.        Beersheba

            D.        Kadesh Barnea

C:A:Gn:46

 

2.  When Jacob set out from Egypt, God told Jacob in a dream what would

happen to his family in Egypt (Gen. 46:3)?

            A.        They would become a great nation there

            B.        He would make them prosperous there

            C.        He would return to the land of Canaan

            D.        He would make him a blessing to all nations

A:I:Gn:46

 

3.  Who was Jacob's firstborn (Gen. 46:8)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Reuben

            C.        Judah

            D.        Gad

B:I:Gn:46

 

4.  All of the following were sons of Judah EXCEPT (Gen. 46:12)

            A.        Er

            B.        Onan

            C.        Shelah

            D.        Zephon

D:A:Gn:46

 

5.  Who was the mother of Dinah (Gen. 46:15)?

            A.        Rachel

            B.        Leah

            C.        Zilpah

            D.        Bilhah

B:A:Gn:46

 


6.  Zilpah was whose handmaid (Gen. 46:18)?

            A.        Rachel's

            B.        Leah's

            C.        Rebekah's

            D.        Sarah's

B:A:Gn:46

 

7.  Who were the two sons born to Rachel (Gen. 46:19)?

            A.        Judah and Levi

            B.        Gad and Asher

            C.        Joseph and Benjamin

            D.        Judah and Reuben

C:B:Gn:46

 

8.  All of the following were Levi's sons EXCEPT (Gen. 46:11)

            A.        Gershon

            B.        Kothath

            C.        Merari

            D.        Jahleel

D:A:Gn:46

 

9.  Who were the two sons of Joseph born in Egypt (Gen. 46:20)?

            A.        Haggi and Shuni

            B.        Ephraim and Manasseh

            C.        Heber and Gershon

            D.        Kothath and Merari

B:I:Gn:46

 

10.  How many descendants of Jacob were in Egypt when he came to meet

Joseph (Gen. 46:27)?

            A.        66

            B.        70

            C.        75

            D.        90

B:A:Gn:46

 


11.  Where did Joseph end up settling his father and family in Egypt

(Gen. 46:28)?

            A.        In Giza

            B.        In Thebes

            C.        In the valley of the kings

            D.        In Goshen

D:I:Gn:46

 

12.  What occupation was detestable to the Egyptians (Gen. 46:34)?

            A.        Tent makers

            B.        Traders

            C.        Shepherds

            D.        Farmers

C:I:Gn:46

 

13.  Joseph's wife was the daughter of (Gen. 46:20)

            A.        Potiphera, the priest of On

            B.        Potipher, the captian of Pharaoh's guard

            C.        Abimelech, the magician

            D.        Amon-Re, Pharaoh's cupbearer

A:I:Gn:46

 

 


Genesis 47 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  What did Pharaoh ask Joseph's brothers (Gen. 47:3)?

            A.        How many brothers there were

            B.        Where they were from

            C.        What their occupation was

            D.        How much livestock they brought to Egypt

C:I:Gn:47

 

2.  Where did the brothers request of Pharaoh to settle in Egypt (Gen. 47:4)?

            A.        Giza

            B.        Thebes

            C.        By the Nile

            D.        Goshen

D:B:Gn:47

 

3.  What did Pharaoh ask Jacob (Gen. 47:8)?

            A.        Where he was from

            B.        How old he was

            C.        If his father was a shepherd

            D.        How many grandchildren he had

B:I:Gn:47

 

4.  What did Jacob do for Pharaoh when they were introduced (Gen. 47:10)?

            A.        He blessed Pharaoh

            B.        He prayed for Pharaoh

            C.        He thanked Pharaoh

            D.        He praised Pharaoh

A:I:Gn:47

 

5.  How old was Jacob when he met Pharaoh (Gen. 47:9)?

            A.        110

            B.        120

            C.        130

            D.        150

C:A:Gn:47

 


6.  Into what district in Goshen did Pharaoh direct Jacob (Gen. 47:11)?

            A.        Amon-Re

            B.        Rameses

            C.        Ptah-hotep

            D.        Amenemope

B:I:Gn:47

 

7.  After the people of Egypt ran out of money, what did Joseph require of

them to purchase grain (Gen. 47:16)?

            A.        Silver and gold

            B.        Their bodies and lands

            C.        All the water of Egypt

            D.        Sheep, goats and cattle

D:A:Gn:47

 

8.  What was the last payment Joseph accepted of the people of Egypt in

order to buy grain (Gen. 47:18)?

            A.        Silver and gold

            B.        Their bodies and lands

            C.        All the water of Egypt

            D.        Sheep, goats and cattle

B:B:Gn:47

 

9.  Whose land did Joseph not buy with the grain (Gen. 47:22)?

            A.        Priests

            B.        Wisemen

            C.        Pharaoh's

            D.        The magicians

A:I:Gn:47

 

10.  How much of a tax did Joseph put on the people that was still in place

when Genesis was written (Gen. 47:26)?

            A.        One tenth

            B.        One fifth

            C.        One quarter

            D.        One third

B:A:Gn:47

 


11.  What did the Israelites do in Goshen (Gen. 47:27)?

            A.        They were faithful to Pharaoh all the days of Joseph

            B.        They traded with the Amalekites

            C.        They increased greatly in number

            D.        They became wealthy

C:B:Gn:47

 

12.  As Jacob approached his death how did he make Joseph promise

(Gen. 47:29)?

            A.        Made him cross his heart

            B.        Gave him a ring as a promise

            C.        Made raise his right hand to the Lord

            D.        Put his hand under his thigh

D:I:Gn:47

 

13.  What did Joseph promise Jacob just before he died (Gen. 47:30)?

            A.        That he would bury him with his fathers in Canaan

            B.        That he would not hurt his brothers for what they had done

            C.        That he would remember Jacob and set up a memorial for him

            D.        That he would forgive his brothers

A:B:Gn:47

 

14.  How many years did Jacob live in Egypt (Gen. 47:28)?

            A.        10

            B.        14

            C.        15

            D.        17

D:A:Gn:47

 

15.  When Jacob's brothers announced that they were shepherds, what was

Pharaoh's response (Gen. 47:6)?

            A.        He said he too was the shepherd of Egypt

            B.        They should be overseers of his livestock

            C.        They should go away from him because shepherds were

despised

            D.        They were to stay away from the farmers of Egypt

B:I:Gn:47

 


Genesis 48 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Joseph found out his father was ill in Egypt, who did he take with

him to pay a final visit to Jacob (Gen. 48:1)?

A.        His wife and children

            B.        He went alone

            C.        He, his family and his servants

            D.        His two sons

D:I:Gn:48

 

2.  What was the name of Joseph's oldest son (Gen. 48:13)?

            A.        Manasseh

            B.        Ephraim

            C.        Shuni

            D.        Serah

A:I:Gn:48

 

3.   What was the name of Joseph's second oldest son (Gen. 48:13)?

            A.        Manasseh

            B.        Ephraim

            C.        Shuni

            D.        Serah

B:I:Gn:48

 

4.  When Jacob was reciting his spiritual journey to Joseph in Egypt, he said

God had appeared to him at _______ which he renamed Bethel

(Gen. 48:3)?

            A.        Peniel

            B.        Laish

            C.        Luz

            D.        Beersheba

C:A:Gn:48

 


5.  When Jacob was reciting his spiritual journey to Joseph in Egypt he told

Joseph that God had blessed him with all of the following EXCEPT

(Gen. 48:4)

            A.        The land would be an everlasting possession

            B.        He would be buried in the land of his fathers

            C.        He would increase in numbers

            D.        He would be made into a community of peoples

 B:A:Gn:48

 

6.  When Jacob talked to Joseph when he was ill, he said what of Joseph's

two sons (Gen. 48:5)?

            A.        They would serve his sons

            B.        They would be as his own sons in the inheritance

            C.        They were Egyptian and would not receive an inheritance

            D.        They would fight one another in the future

B:I:Gn:48

 

7.  When Jacob talked to Joseph when he was ill, he said Rachel had been

buried near Bethlehem which he called ______ (Gen. 48:7)

            A.        Beer La-Roi

            B.        Ebenezer

            C.        Threshing floor of Araunah

            D.        Ephrath

D:A:Gn:48

 

8.  When Joseph took his sons to Jacob for the blessing, which son did

Joseph put on Jacob's left hand (Gen. 48:13)?

            A.        Manasseh

            B.        Ephraim

            C.        Shuni

            D.        Serah

B:A:Gn:48

 

9.  When Joseph took his sons to Jacob for the blessing, which son did

            Jacob actually put his left hand on (Gen. 48:13)?

            A.        Manasseh

            B.        Ephraim

            C.        Shuni

            D.        Serah

A:A:Gn:48


10. When Jacob went to bless Joseph's sons how did he identify God

(Gen. 48:15)?

            A.        The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob

            B.        The God of the land of Peniel who delivered me from the hands

of my enemies

            C.        The God before whom my fathers Abraham and Isaac walked

            D.        The LORD God Almighty who sees me

C:A:Gn:48

 

11.  Which of Joseph's two sons did Jacob put ahead of the other when he

blessed them (Gen. 48:20)?

            A.        Manasseh

            B.        Ephraim

            C.        Shuni

            D.        Serah

B:I:Gn:48

 

12.  When Jacob was blessing Joseph he said he had taken the ridge land

from what group of peoples (Gen. 48:22)?

            A.        Amorites

            B.        Philistines

            C.        Amalekites

            D.        Edomites

A:A:Gn:48

 

13.  With what two instruments did Jacob say he had taken the ridge country

in Canaan (Gen. 48:22)?

            A.        Sword and spear

            B.        Bow and arrow

            C.        Rod and staff

            D.        Sword and bow

D:A:Gn:48

 

 


Genesis 49 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Jacob called his sons together to bless them in Egypt, he said he

would tell them (Gen. 49:1)

            A.        What will happen in the days to come

            B.        What each would inherit

            C.        What blessing each would get from him

            D.        What God would give each of them

A:I:Gn:49

 

2.  In Jacob's blessing, he said Reuben would no longer excel (Gen. 49:4)

            A.        Because he did not protect Joseph his brother

            B.        Because he slew a man cruelly

            C.        Because he defiled his father's bed

            D.        Because he had stolen his animals from his brothers

C:I:Gn:49

 

3.  What was the future that was to come on Levi and Simeon (Gen. 49:7)?

            A.        They would be fruitful vines

            B.        They would be scattered in Israel

            C.        They would die by the sword

            D.        They would wash their robes in the blood of grapes

B:A:Gn:49

 

4.  Levi and Simeon received their blessing because (Gen. 49:5)

            A.        They plotted against their father

            B.        They sold their brother into slavery

            C.        They dishonored their father

            D.        Their swords were weapons of violence

D:I:Gn:49

 

5.  Which of the twelve brothers was said by Jacob to be a lion's cub

(Gen. 49:9)?

            A.        Dan

            B.        Benjamin

            C.        Judah

            D.        Asher

C:A:Gn:49


6.  To which tribe did Jacob say the scepter would not depart until he comes

to whom it belongs (Gen. 49:10)?

            A.        Judah

            B.        Benjamin

            C.        Joseph

            D.        Gad

A:B:Gn:49

 

7.  Which of the brothers would live by the seashore toward Sidon

(Gen. 49:13)?

            A.        Benjamin

            B.        Zebulun

            C.        Simeon

            D.        Naphtali

B:A:Gn:49

 

8.  Which tribe did Jacob say would submit to forced labor like a donkey

between two saddlebags (Gen. 49:14)?

            A.        Zebulun

            B.        Issachar

            C.        Asher

            D.        Naphtali

B:A:Gn:49

 

9.  Which tribe did Jacob say would provide justice for Israel (Gen. 49:16)?

            A.        Judah

            B.        Issachar

            C.        Dan

            D.        Asher

C:A:Gn:49

 

10.  Which brother did Jacob say would be a fruitful vine (Gen. 49:22)?

            A.        Levi

            B.        Gad

            C.        Asher

            D.        Joseph

D:A:Gn:49

 


11.  In Jacob's blessing of Joseph he refers to God in all of the following

ways EXCEPT (Gen. 49:24)?

            A.        The God of Abraham

            B.        The Mighty one of Jacob

            C.        The Shepherd

            D.        The Rock of Israel

A:A:Gn:49

 

12.  Who did Jacob call a ravenous wolf (Gen. 49:27)? 

            A.        Simeon

            B.        Issachar

            C.        Benjamin

            D.        Naphtali

C:I:Gn:49

 

13.  Jacob requested that his sons bury him in the cave of ______ that

Abraham bought in Canaan (Gen. 49:29)

            A.        Melchisedek the Jebusite

            B.        Abimelech the Philistine

            C.        Jethro the priest of Midian

            D.        Ephron the Hittite

D:I:Gn:49

 

14.  The field where Jacob desired to be buried was called ______

(Gen. 49:30)

            A.        Laish

            B.        Machpelah

            C.        Ebenezer

            D.        Shiloh

B:B:Gn:49

 

15.  The cave where Jacob desired to be buried was located by what town in

Canaan (Gen. 49:30)?

            A.        Bethlehem

            B.        Bethel

            C.        Mamre

            D.        Beersheba

C:I:Gn:49

 


16.  When Jacob died to whom was he gathered (Gen. 49:33)?

            A.        His people

            B.        The God of his fathers

            C.        His wives

            D.        His sons and daughters

A:I:Gn:49

 

17.  Which of the brothers did Jacob say would be a viper along the path

(Gen. 49:17)?

            A.        Simeon

            B.        Benjamin

            C.        Dan

            D.        Reuben

C:A:Gn:49

 

 


Genesis 50 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  When Jacob died how did Joseph prepare him for burial (Gen. 50:2)?

            A.        Jacob was wrapped in linen

            B.        Jacob was embalmed

            C.        Jacob was burned and his ashes taken to Canaan

            D.        Jacob was placed in a coffin

B:B:Gn:50

 

2.  Who did Joseph ask for permission to go and bury his father in Canaan

(Gen. 50:4)?

            A.        The captain of the guard

            B.        The physicians of Egypt

            C.        Pharaoh

            D.        His brothers

C:B:Gn:50

 

3. When they returned to bury Jacob in Canaan, what stayed in Goshen

(Gen. 50:8)?

            A.        Their children and herds

            B.        Their wives and children

            C.        Their servants and herds

            D.        Nothing

A:I:Gn:50

 

4.  On the return to Canaan to bury Jacob where did they stop seven days to

mourn his death (Gen. 50:10)?

            A.        The fields of Moab

            B.        The well of Beersheba

            C.        The spring of Araunah

            D.        The threshingfloor of Atad

D:A:Gn:50

 

5.  In what cave was Jacob buried (Gen. 50:13)?

            A.        Tekoah

            B.        Machpelah

            C.        Horeb

            D.        Ein Gedi

B:B:Gn:50

 

6.  Near what village is the cave where Jacob was buried (Gen. 50:13)?

            A.        Bethlehem

            B.        Ramah

            C.        Mamre

            D.        Beersheba

C:I:Gn:50

 

7.  What name was given to the place where Joseph wept for Jacob on his

return to Canaan by the Jordan (Gen. 50:11)?

            A.        Abel Mizraim

            B.        Bacuth Jacob

            C.        Samah El Shaddai

            D.        Laish

A:A:Gn:50

 

8.  After the death of Jacob, Joseph's brothers said that Jacob had requested

what of Joseph (Gen. 50:17)?

            A.        He deal with his brothers in wisdom

            B.        He forgive his brothers

            C.        He not enslave his brothers

            D.        He continue to provide food to his brothers

B:B:Gn:50

 

9.  When Joseph's brothers approached him after Jacob died, Joseph said,

what did God intend for good (Gen. 50:20)?

            A.        The death of Jacob

            B.        The Pharaoh's decree against them

            C.        The harm they had intended to do to Joseph

            D.        The famine on the land of Egypt

C:B:Gn:50

 

10.  When Joseph was about to die what did he tell his brothers

(Gen. 50:24)?

            A.        They would be well cared for in Egypt

            B.        That God would send them a deliverer to lead them

            C.        That they should not fight one another after his death

            D.        They would return to the land promised to Abraham

D:I:Gn:50

 


11.  What oath did Joseph make his brothers swear upon his death bed

(Gen. 50:25)?

            A.        They would bury him in the cave of Jacob

            B.        They would carry his bones out of Egypt

            C.        They would not forget him but make a memorial for him

            D.        They would care for his sons in Egypt

B:B:Gn:50

 

12.  How many years old was Joseph when he died (Gen. 50:26)?

            A.        100

            B.        110

            C.        125

            D.        150

B:A:Gn:50

 

13.  After Joseph was embalmed in Egypt where was his body placed

(Gen. 50:26)?

            A.        In a cave

            B.        In a pyramid

            C.        In a coffin

            D.        On a boat in the Nile

C:I:Gn:50

 

14.  Who originally sold the cave where Jacob was buried to Abraham

(Gen. 50:13)?

            A.        Araunah the Jebusite

            B.        Abimelech the Philistine

            C.        Melchizedek the Amorite

            D.        Ephron the Hittite

D:I:Gn:50

 

15.  Whose children did Joseph see to the third generation (Gen. 50:23)?

            A.        Ephraim's

            B.        Israel's

            C.        Benjamin's

            D.        The children of his mother

A:I:Gn:50

 


16.  Whose children were placed on Joseph's knees at their birth

(Gen. 50:23)?

            A.        Ephraim's

            B.        Manasseh's

            C.        Benjamin's

            D.        Levi's

B:A:Gn:50

 


             Exodus Multiple Choice Questions

                              (B=Beg; I=Intermediate; A=Advanced)
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Exodus 1 Multiple Choice Questions

 

1.  How many of Jacob's family went down into Egypt (Ex. 1:5)?

            A.        50

            B.        60

            C.        70

            D.        100

C:A:Ex:1

 

2.  As Joseph's generation died, what did the Israelites do in Egypt (Ex. 1:7)?

            A.        Worshipped other gods

            B.        Multiplied

            C.        Became wealthy

            D.        Spread out in the land of Egypt

B:B:Ex:1

 

3.  How was the oppressive new king of Egypt identified (Ex. 1:8)?

            A.        As one who did not know about Joseph

            B.        As one who feared neither God nor man

            C.        As one who was hard hearted

            D.        As one who served other gods

A:B:Ex:1

 

4.  Besides Pithom, what other city did the Israelites build (Ex. 1:11)?

            A.        Amon-Re

            B.        Giza

            C.        Amarna

            D.        Rameses

D:I:Ex:1

 

5.  What did the new King of Egypt fear in regard to the Israelites

(Ex. 1:10)?

            A.        They would plunder the wealth of Egypt

            B.        They would destroy the gods of Egypt

            C.        They would join Egypt's enemies in war

            D.        They would intermarry with the Egyptians

C:I:Ex:1

 

6.  With what two substances did the Egyptians make the Israelites' lives

bitter with hard labor (Ex. 1:14)?

            A.        Stone and chisels

            B.        Brick and mortar

            C.        Yoke and oxen

            D.        Sickle and hoe

B:B:Ex:1

 

7.  What did the king command the Hebrew midwives to do (Ex. 1:16)?

            A.        Kill all the babies of the Israelites

            B.        Throw the Israelite babies into the river

            C.        Kill the mothers before they had their babies

            D.        Kill all the male Israelite babies

D:B:Ex:1

 

8.  What were the names of the Hebrew midwives (Ex. 1:15)?

            A.        Shiphrah and Puah

            B.        Ruth and Naomi

            C.        Asenath and Potiphar

            D.        Zipporah and Miriam

A:A:Ex:1

 

9.   What motivated the midwives to refuse to do what the king of Egypt had

commanded them (Ex. 1:17)?

            A.        They obeyed the voice of the Lord

            B.        They had compassion on the children

            C.        They had compassion on the Israelite mothers

            D.        They feared God

D:I:Ex:1

 

10.  What excuse did the midwives give the King of Egypt explaining why

they let the babies live (Ex. 1:19)?

            A.        God had protected the Israelite babies

            B.        The Hebrew women gave birth before they got there

            C.        The Israelite men protected their babies

            D.        The babies were hidden before they arrived

B:B:Ex:1

 

11.  After the midwives, how did Pharaoh seek to kill the Israelite baby

boys (Ex. 1:22)?

A.        Bury them in the mud

B.        Not feed them

C.        Throw them into the river

D.        Expose them out on the hillside

C:B:Ex:1

 

Exodus 2 Multiple Choice Questions

 

12.  Moses' parents were of what tribe in Israel (Ex. 2:1)?

            A.        Judah

            B.        Levi

            C.        Ephraim

            D.        Asher

B:I:Ex:2

 

13.  For how many months did Moses' mother hide him (Ex. 2:2)?

            A.        1 month

            B.        2 months

            C.        3 months

            D.        4 months

C:A:Ex:2

 

14.  What was the basket made out of that Moses' mother put him in

(Ex. 2:3)?

            A.        Papyrus

            B.        Bark

            C.        Wood

            D.        Animal hides

A:I:Ex:2

 

15.  Who watched the basket with baby Moses in it (Ex. 2:4)?

            A.        His brother

            B.        His mother

            C.        His father

            D.        His sister

D:B:Ex:2

 

16.  Who discovered Moses in the basket in the Nile River (Ex. 2:5)?

            A.        Potiphar's wife

            B.        Pharaoh's daughter

            C.        Pharaoh's wife

            D.        Pharaoh's servant girls

B:B:Ex:2

 

17.  The one finding Moses in the Nile desired that who should rear the young

child (Ex. 2:7)?

            A.        Her mother

            B.        His sister

            C.        A Hebrew woman

            D.        The Egyptian nurses

C:I:Ex:2

 

18.  Pharaoh's daughter named the baby "Moses" because (Ex. 2:10)

            A.        He came to her in the Nile

            B.        He was a basket boy

            C.        He was delivered from Pharaoh's command

            D.        She drew him out of the water

D:I:Ex:2

 

19.  Why did Moses kill the Egyptian (Ex. 2:12)?

            A.        He was beating a Hebrew

            B.        He was killing a Hebrew

            C.        He was killing Hebrew babies

            D.        He was the taskmaster enslaving the Hebrews

A:B:Ex:2

 

20.  When Moses stopped the two Hebrews from fighting, what did they say

to him that scared him (Ex. 2:14)?

            A.        Why did you kill the Egyptian yesterday?

            B.        We will tell Pharaoh what you did

            C.        You are not our deliverer

            D.        Are you going to kill me like you did the Egyptian?

D:I:Ex:2

 

21.  Where did Moses flee to after Pharaoh found out he killed the Egyptian

(Ex. 2:15)?

            A.        The land of Canaan

            B.        The land of Midian

            C.        The land of Goshen

            D.        The land of the Philistines

B:I:Ex:2

 

22.  Whose daughters did Moses aid in watering their flocks (Ex. 2:16)?

            A.        The priest of Midian

            B.        The king of the Philistines

            C.        The judge of Moab

            D.        The captain of Amalek

A:B:Ex:2

 

23.  The priest of Midian had how many daughters (Ex. 2:16)?

            A.        4

            B.        7

            C.        10

            D.        12

B:A:Ex:2

 

24.  Who became Moses' wife (Ex. 2:21)?

            A.        Dinah

            B.        Asenath

            C.        Zipporah

            D.        Miriam

C:B:Ex:2

 

25.  Moses' son was named _______ because he had become an alien in a

foreign land (Ex. 2:22)

            A.        Merari

            B.        Kohath

            C.        Jethro

            D.        Gershom

D:I:Ex:2

 

26.  When the Israelites groaned about their slavery in Egypt, what did God

remember (Ex. 2:24)?

            A.        Their troubles and taskmasters

            B.        His covenant with Abraham

            C.        Moses in the desert

            D.        Joseph

B:B:Ex:2

 

Exodus 3 Multiple Choice Questions

 

27.  Who was Moses' father-in-law (Ex. 3:1)?

            A.        Jethro

            B.        Zipporah

            C.        Asenath

            D.        Abimelech

A:B:Ex:3

 

28.  Moses' father-in-law was a priest for what tribal group (Ex. 3:1)?

            A.        Philistines

            B.        Hittites

            C.        Midianites

            D.        Perrizites

C:B:Ex:3

 

29.  What mountain was called the "Mountain of God" (Ex. 3:1)?

            A.        Zion

            B.        Horeb

            C.        Hermon

            D.        Tabor

B:B:Ex:3

 

30.  How did the angel of the Lord first appear to Moses (Ex. 3:2)?

            A.        In clouds on the mountain top

            B.        In a dream

            C.        As a human being

            D.        In a burning bush

D:B:Ex:3

 

31.  Why did the angel of the LORD command Moses to take off his sandals

(Ex. 3:5)?

            A.        Because he was to be the servant of the LORD

            B.        Because the place was holy ground

            C.        Because it was necessary for the LORD to visit Moses

            D.        Because the people in Egypt were bare foot

B:BEx:3

 

32.  How did God initially identify himself from the burning bush (Ex. 3:6)?

            A.        God of your father

            B.        God of all

            C.        Lord of heaven and earth

            D.        God of Joseph

A:I:Ex:3

 

33.  Why did Moses hide his face after God spoke to him from the bush

(Ex. 3:6)?

            A.        He realized he was sinful

            B.        He humbled himself before God

            C.        He was afraid to look at God

            D.        He was afraid he was too close to God

C:I:Ex:3

 

34. All of the following were cited as reasons why God was appearing to

Moses in the bush EXCEPT (Ex. 3:7)

            A.        He had seen the misery of his people in Egypt

            B.        He had witnessed Pharaoh's attempt to kill Israel's children

            C.        He had heard them cry out because of their slave drivers

            D.        He was concerned about their suffering

B:I:Ex:3

 

35.  God was about to rescue Israel to bring them into a land _______

(Ex. 3:8)

            A.        Filled with wheat and barley

            B.        Flowing with streams and rivers

            C.        Producing olives and figs

            D.        Flowing with milk and honey

D:B:Ex:3

 

36.  God, from the bush, lists all the following inhabitants of Canaan

EXCEPT (Ex. 3:8)

            A.        Philistines

            B.        Hittites

            C.        Amorites

            D.        Jebusites

A:A:Ex:3

37.  What was to be a sign that God would be with Moses (Ex. 3:12)?

            A.        He would defeat and humble Pharaoh

            B.        He would worship God on mount Horeb

            C.        He would lead Israel through the Red Sea

            D.        His children would multiply as the sand

B:I:Ex:3

 

38.  When Moses asked what God's name was, what most sacred name did

God respond with (Ex. 3:14)?

            A.        El Shaddai

            B.        I am love

            C.        I am who I am

            D.        The God of your fathers

C:B:Ex:3

 

39.  What was Moses with the elders of Israel to request from Pharaoh

(Ex. 3:18)?

            A.        They go three days into the desert to offer sacrifices to God

            B.        The Egyptians free them to return to the land of Canaan

            C.        Pharaoh give them a sabbatical year for their slavery in Egypt

            D.        Lambs, so they could offer up a Passover to the Lord

A:I:Ex:3

 

40.  What did God say he would have to do before Pharaoh would let the

Israelites leave Egypt (Ex. 3:20)?

            A.        Turn the Nile River into blood

            B.        Destroy the crops of Egypt in a famine

            C.        Soften Pharaoh's heart

            D.        Strike the Egyptians with wonders

D:I:Ex:3

 

41.  Who was to ask the Egyptians for their wealth and plunder Egypt

(Ex. 3:22)?

            A.        The priests of Israel

            B.        The women of Israel

            C.        The poor of Israel

            D.        All Israel

B:A:Ex:3

 

42.  How were the Israelites NOT to leave Egypt (Ex. 3:22)?

            A.        Slowly

            B.        In unbelief

            C.        Empty-handed

            D.        With any Egyptians

C:I:Ex:3

 

Exodus 4 Multiple Choice Questions

 

43.  To which of Moses' objections did God respond by saying "What is that

in your hand?" (Ex. 4:2)?

            A.        I have never been eloquent

            B.        They will ask me what is his [God's] name

            C.        Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh?

            D.        What if they [Israelites] do not believe me?

D:I:Ex:4

 

44.  When Moses threw his staff on the ground, what did it become (Ex. 4:3)?

            A.        A lion

            B.        A snake

            C.        A lizard

            D.        A locust

B:B:Ex:4

 

45.  The LORD gave Moses signs so that the Israelites would believe that the

God of all of the following EXCEPT _______ had sent Moses

(Ex. 4:5)

            A.        Abraham

            B.        Isaac

            C.        Jacob

            D.        Joseph

D:I:Ex:4

 

46.  What belief-causing sign happened when Moses put his hand into his

cloak (Ex. 4:6)?

A.        His hand shriveled up

B.        His hand became a mighty sword

C.        His hand became leperous

D.        His hand became hairy

C:B:Ex:4

 

47.  What third miraculous sign did God give Moses to convince the Israelites

to believe that he had met with God (Ex. 4:9)?

            A.        Nile water becoming blood

            B.        Causing the sky to become dark

            C.        Dust becoming gnats

            D.        Making frogs come out of the Nile

A:B:Ex:4

 

48.  How did God respond to Moses' object that he had never been eloquent in

speech (Ex. 4:11)?

            A.        God got angry with him

            B.        God asked him who made man's mouth

            C.        Moses was unable to speak for three days

            D.        God asked him if bushes could talk

B:B:Ex:4

 

49.  Moses final objection was to ask God to send someone else.  How did

God respond to that final objection (Ex. 4:14)?

            A.        He said that Aaron the Levite could speak well

            B.        He would put his words into Moses' mouth

            C.        The bush flared up with tongues of fire

            D.        God commanded Moses to go

A:B:Ex:4

 

50.  Who would put words into Aaron's mouth (Ex. 4:15)?

            A.        God

            B.        The angel of the Lord

            C.        Moses

            D.        Miriam

C:I:Ex:4

 

51.  Moses would be like what to Aaron when they returned to Egypt

(Ex. 4:16)?

            A.        A prophet

            B.        An angel

            C.        A priest

            D.        A god

D:I:Ex:4

 

52.  After God's call to Moses at the burning bush, what did Moses tell

Jethro was his reason for returning to Egypt (Ex. 4:18)?

            A.        He wanted to see if any of his people were still alive

            B.        God had commanded him to return

            C.        God was going to deliver the Israelites from Egypt

            D.        He was going to tell Pharaoh to "let my people go"

A:A:Ex:4

 

53.  What did Moses carry in his hand as he returned to Egypt (Ex. 4:20)?

            A.        His son

            B.        The scroll of God's word

            C.        The staff of God

            D.        A flame of fire

C:I:Ex:4

 

54.  Moses was to tell Pharaoh, Israel was God's ________ (Ex. 4:22)

            A.        Sheep

            B.        Firstborn

            C.        Chosen

            D.        Servant

B:I:Ex:4

 

55.  As Moses was returning to Egypt, what did Zipporah, his wife, do

(Ex. 4:25)?

            A.        She cut off her son's foreskin with a flint knife

            B.        She rebelled against Moses and returned home

            C.        She carried Moses' staff

            D.        She brought Moses' son to him for his blessing

A:B:Ex:4

 

56.  Who said "Bridegroom of blood" (Ex. 4:26)?

            A.        Miriam

            B.        Asenath

            C.        Pharaoh's daughter

            D.        Zipporah

D:I:Ex:4

 

57.  When Moses performed the sign miracles for the Israelite elders, what

was their response (Ex. 4:31)?

            A.        They spoke against Moses

            B.        They feared what Pharaoh would do to them

            C.        They believed

            D.        They rejoiced

C:I:Ex:4

 

58.  Who tried to kill Moses as he returned to Egypt (Ex. 4:24)?

            A.        Zipporah

            B.        Aaron

            C.        Pharaoh

            D.        God

D:I:Ex:4

 

59.  What did Zipporah touch with her son's foreskin (Ex. 4:25)?

            A.        Moses' staff

            B.        Moses' feet

            C.        Moses' hand

            D.        The ground

B:A:Ex:4

 

Exodus 5 Multiple Choice Questions

 

60.  Moses told Pharaoh that God wanted him to let the Israelites go, so they

could (Ex. 5:1)

            A.        Return to Canaan

            B.        Hold a festival to God in the desert

            C.        Leave Egypt with wealth in payment for their slavery

            D.        Go to Sinai to receive God's law

B:I:Ex:5

 

61.  For how many days did Moses want Pharaoh to release Israel to go into

the desert (Ex. 5:3)?

            A.        3 days

            B.        7 days

            C.        14 days

            D.        21 days

A:A:Ex:5

 

62.  After Moses' initial meeting with Pharaoh, what did Pharaoh command

his slave drivers (Ex. 5:6)?

            A.        Not to provide food for the Israelites

            B.        Not to provide water for the Israelites

            C.        Not to provide stone for the Isaelites

            D.        Not to provide straw for the Israelites

D:B:Ex:5

 

63.  Pharaoh assumed the Israelites were being ________ in asking to go

sacrifice to their God (Ex. 5:8)

            A.        Rebellious

            B.        Hypocritical

            C.        Lazy

            D.        Deceptive

C:B:Ex:5

 

64.  Moses warned Pharaoh if he did not let the Israelites go he would be

struck with what two things (Ex. 5:3)?

            A.        Plagues and sword

            B.        Famine and revolt

            C.        Enemies and thick darkness

            D.        Earthquakes and drought

A:A:Ex:5

 

65.  What did the Israelites use the straw for (Ex. 5:14)?

            A.        Feeding their animals

            B.        Making baskets

            C.        Making pyramids

            D.        Making bricks

D:B:Ex:5

 

66.  The Israelite brick foremen came back from Pharaoh and said Moses had

given Pharaoh what to kill them (Ex. 5:21)?

            A.        A stone

            B.        A whip

            C.        A sword

            D.        A rod

C:I:Ex:5

 

67.  When the Israelite foremen did not reach their quota of bricks what

happened to them (Ex. 5:14)?

            A.        They would be beaten

            B.        They would be killed

            C.        They would be thrown into the Nile

            D.        They would be made to be common laborers again

A:I:Ex:5

 

Exodus 6 Multiple Choice Questions

 

68.  God said because of his ________, Pharaoh would drive the Israelites out

of Egypt (Ex. 6:1)

            A.        Mighty hand

            B.        Powerful rod

            C.        Promise

            D.        Faithfulness

A:I:Ex:6

 

69.  God appeared to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob by what name (Ex. 6:3)?

            A.        LORD

            B.        Ebenezer

            C.        God Almighty

            D.        The Rider of the clouds

C:I:Ex:6

 

70.  By what name or character did God not make him self known to

Abraham (Ex. 6:3)?

            A.        LORD

            B.        Ebenezer

            C.        God Almighty

            D.        The Rider of the clouds

A:I:Ex:6

 

71.  When the Israelites cried out because of being enslaved, what did God

remember (Ex. 6:5)?

            A.        His compassion

            B.        His covenant

            C.        Pharaoh's evil

            D.        Joseph's faithfulness

B:B:Ex:6

 


72.  God said he would redeem the Israelites out of Egypt and they would

become his _________ (Ex. 6:7)

            A.        Friends

            B.        Nation

            C.        People

            D.        Bride

C:B:Ex:6

 

73.  How did God swear to give the land of Canaan to Abraham (Ex. 6:8)?

            A.        With a rock of memorial

            B.        By his own name

            C.        With fire and smoke

            D.        With an uplifted hand

D:I:Ex:6

 

74.  Moses said the Israelites would not listen nor would Pharaoh because

(Ex. 6:12)

            A.        Pharaoh's heart was hard

            B.        Moses spoke with faltering lips

            C.        Pharaoh did not believe in God

            D.        Moses was despised by his own people

B:B:Ex:6

 

75.  Levi's three sons were all of the following EXCEPT (Ex. 6:16)

            A.        Uzziel

            B.        Kohath

            C.        Gershon

            D.        Merari

A:A:Ex:6

 

76.  Moses' and Aaron's mother was (Ex. 6:20)

            A.        Zipporah

            B.        Miriam

            C.        Asenath

            D.        Jochebed

D:A:Ex:6

 

77.  Moses' and Aaron's father was (Ex. 6:20)

            A.        Amminadab

            B.        Putiel

            C.        Amram

            D.        Shaul

C:A:Ex:6

 

78.  Aaron's four sons were all of the following EXCEPT (Ex. 6:23)?

            A.        Abihu

            B.        Uzziel

            C.        Nadab

            D.        Eliezar

            E.         Ithamar

B:A:Ex:6

 

79.  Why did the Israelites not listen to Moses (Ex. 6:9)?

            A.        Because they did not believe him

            B.        Because it was better to be slaves than die in the desert

            C.        Because of their cruel bondage

            D.        Because they did not fear God

C:I:Ex:6

 

80.  Who was Israel's firstborn?

            A.        Reuben

            B.        Levi

            C.        Simeon

            D.        Judah

A:I:Ex:6

 

81.  From which of Levi's sons was Moses' father descended (Ex. 6:18)?

            A.        Uzziel

            B.        Kohath

            C.        Gershon

            D.        Merari

B:A:Ex:6

 

 

Exodus 7 Multiple Choice Questions

 

82.  The LORD said that he made Moses like a _______ to Pharaoh (Ex. 7:1)

            A.        Friend

            B.        Prophet

            C.        Priest

            D.        God

D:I:Ex:7

 

83.  In Aaron's speaking to Pharaoh on Moses' behalf, Aaron was acting like a

            _______ to Moses (Ex. 7:2)

            A.        Brother

            B.        Prophet

            C.        Priest

            D.        Angel

B:B:Ex:7

 

84.  What was the basic message Aaron was to tell Pharaoh (Ex. 7:2)?

            A.        To repent lest a greater judgment come on Egypt

            B.        His son would die if he did not release Israel God's son

            C.        Let Israel go out of his country

            D.        To not harden his heart but have compassion on Israel

C:B:Ex:7

 

85.  God said He would multiply His miracles in Egypt and that he would do

what to Pharaoh's heart (Ex. 7:3)?

            A.        Harden it

            B.        Soften it

            C.        Break it

            D.        Forgive it

A:B:Ex:7

 

86.  When God stretched out his hand against Egypt, what did God say the

Egyptians would know (Ex. 7:5)?

            A.        The Israelites were his children

            B.        That there were no other Gods

            C.        That God made a promise with Israel

            D.        That he was the LORD

D:I:Ex:7

 

87.  How old was Moses when he did his first miracle before Pharaoh

(Ex. 7:6)?

            A.        40

            B.        80

            C.        90

            D.        120

B:I:Ex:7

 

88.  Aaron was how many years older than Moses (Ex. 7:6)?

            A.        One year

            B.        Three years

            C.        Five years

            D.        Ten years

B:A:Ex:7

 

89.  When Aaron threw down the staff before Pharaoh what happened

(Ex. 7:10)?

            A.        It turned the Nile to blood

            B.        It cracked the floor in two

            C.        It became a snake

            D.        It became a fish

C:B:Ex:7

 

90.  How did Aaron's staff respond when the magicians threw down their

staffs (Ex. 7:12)?

            A.        It ate them

            B.        It scared the others so they fled

            C.        It grew larger

            D.        It poisoned them

A:B:Ex:7

 

91.  When did Pharaoh usually go out to the Nile waters (Ex. 7:15)?

            A.        Evenings

            B.        Mid-day

            C.        Mornings

            D.        At sun set

C:I:Ex:7

 

92.  All of the following happened when Aaron struck the Nile river with the

rod EXCEPT (Ex. 7:18)

            A.        It turned to blood

            B.        The river dried up

            C.        The fish died

            D.        The Egyptians could not drink it

B:B:Ex:7

 

93.  What happened just before Pharaoh's heart was hardened after seeing

the blood in the Nile (Ex. 7:22)?

            A.        He prayed to the god of the Nile

            B.        He heard his people crying out for water

            C.        He threatened Moses with death

            D.        His magicians did the same things

D:B:Ex:7

 

94.  How did the Egyptians get drinking water when the Nile was turned to

blood (Ex. 7:24)?

            A.        They ran the water through straw

            B.        They had no water at all

            C.        They dug outside the river for water

            D.        They sent to Canaan to get water

C:I:Ex:7

 

Exodus 8 Multiple Choice Questions

 

95.  How many days after the Nile was turned to blood did the Lord strike

Egypt with frogs (Ex. 8:1)?

            A.        3 days

            B.        7 days

            C.        14 days

            D.        21 days

B:I:Ex:8

 

96.  Moses warned, frogs would come into what part of Pharaoh's house

(Ex. 8:3)?

            A.        Kitchen

            B.        Living room

            C.        Bedroom

            D.        Roof of his house

C:I:Ex:8

 

97.  Who stretched out his hands to bring the frogs on Egypt (Ex. 8:6)?

            A.        Moses

            B.        Miriam

            C.        Korah

            D.        Aaron

D:B:Ex:8

 

98.  Pharaoh asked Moses to take the frogs away and Moses allowed Pharaoh 

(Ex. 8:9)

            A.        To set the time when the frogs would leave

            B.        To set the places where the frogs would leave

            C.        To set the place where the frogs would go

            D.        To gather the frogs into the Nile

A:I:Ex:8

 

99.  After the frogs died, what did the Egyptians do with them (Ex. 8:14)?

            A.        They buried them

            B.        They threw them into the Nile

            C.        They piled them into heaps

            D.        They burned them up

C:I:Ex:8

 

100.  Pharaoh said that if Moses removed the frogs he would do what

(Ex. 8:8)?

            A.        Leave Egypt forever

            B.        Let the Israelites go offer sacrifices to the LORD

            C.        Not kill the infants

            D.        Destroy his own magicians

B:B:Ex:8

 

101.  In order to bring on the gnats, Moses told Aaron to do what (Ex. 8:16)?

A.        Clap his hands

B.        Strike the rock three times

C.        Lift his staff toward the heavens

D.        Strike the dust of the ground

D:A:Ex:8

 

102.  What plague did the magicians try but were not able to duplicate

(Ex. 8:18)?

            A.        Frogs

            B.        Nile to blood

            C.        Gnats

            D.        Flies

C:A:Ex:8

 

103.  When the magicians could not duplicate the plague, what conclusion did

they bring to Pharaoh (Ex. 8:19)?

            A.        This is the finger of God

            B.        The LORD alone is God

            C.        The LORD's outstretched arm is against us

            D.        Let the Israelites go

A:B:Ex:8

 

104.  The gnats came out of what in Egypt (Ex. 8:16)?

            A.        The water

            B.        The sand

            C.        The rain

            D.        The dust

D:I:Ex:8

 

105.  Where did Moses announce the plague of the flies to Pharaoh

(Ex. 8:20)?

            A.        As Pharaoh was seated on his throne

            B.        As Pharaoh went to water

            C.        As Pharaoh went out to see his land

            D.        As Pharaoh came to Goshen

B:I:Ex:8

 

106.  With the coming of the flies, what distinction was made (Ex. 8:22)?

            A.        The flies would swarm Pharaoh's palace alone

            B.        The flies would bite only Egyptian animals

            C.        The flies would last exactly three days

            D.        There would be no flies in Goshen

D:B:Ex:8

 

107.  Why did Moses not want to offer sacrifices in Egypt as Pharaoh

suggested (Ex. 8:26)?

            A.        Because they would still be slaves

            B.        God said the sacrifices must take place in Goshen only

            C.        Sacrifices were detestable to the Egyptians

            D.        Sacrifices to God must be done outside of Egypt

C:I:Ex:8

 

108.  To remove the flies, what did Moses do (Ex. 8:30)?

            A.        He prayed to the LORD

            B.        He clapped his hands

            C.        He struck the ground with his rod

            D.        He told Pharaoh when he released Israel the flies would leave

A:I:Ex:8

 

109.  After the flies left, what did Pharaoh do (Ex. 8:31)?

            A.        He humbled himself before the LORD

            B.        He refused to let the Israelites go and hardened his heart

            C.        He called his magicians for their counsel

            D.        He ordered the slave drivers to kill the Israelite foremen

B:B:Ex:8

 

 

Exodus 9 Multiple Choice Questions

 

110.  Prior to the livestock plague, what did the LORD tell Moses to tell

Pharaoh (Ex. 9:1)

            A.        Let my people go so that they may return to Canaan

            B.        Let my people go so that they may worship me

            C.        Let my people go so that they may know that I am the LORD

            D.        Humble yourself before the LORD of all the earth

B:B:Ex:9

 

111.  All of the following animals were smitten as the livestock of Egypt

EXCEPT (Ex. 9:3)

            A.        Horses

            B.        Donkeys

            C.        Dogs

            D.        Cattle

            E.         Sheep

C:I:Ex:9

 

112.  What was used to trigger the plague of boils (Ex. 9:8)?

            A.        The water of the Nile

            B.        The dust of the ground

            C.        Leaves of a tree

            D.        The soot from a furnace

D:I:Ex:9

 

113.  Who was specifically listed as not being able to stand before Moses

because of the boils (Ex. 9:11)?

            A.        The magicians

            B.        Pharaoh

            C.        Pharaoh's captains

            D.        The Egyptian children

A:I:Ex:9

 

114.  God said he had raised up Pharaoh for what purpose (Ex. 9:16)?

            A.        That his people might know that he had heard their cries

            B.        That his name might be proclaimed in all the earth

            C.        That he might keep his covenant with Abraham

            D.        That the Egyptians might fear the LORD

B:A:Ex:9

 

115.  The hailstorm was going to kill all livestock and people (Ex. 9:19)

            A.        In all the land of Egypt

            B.        Going to worship at the Nile river

            C.        In Pharaoh's court

            D.        Left outside in the fields

D:I:Ex:9

 

116.  Who was spared from the hailstorm (Ex. 9:20)?

            A.        Those that feared the LORD

            B.        Those who hid in the dust

            C.        Those that fled to the Israelites for protection

            D.        Those that offered a sacrifice to the LORD

A:I:Ex:9

 

117.  Who stretched out his rod to the sky to bring the hail storm (Ex. 9:23)?

            A.        Aaron

            B.        Moses

            C.        Miriam

            D.        Pharaoh

B:I:Ex:9

 

118.   Where was the only place in Egypt there was no hail (Ex. 9:26)?

            A.        In the desert

            B.        By the Nile river

            C.        Goshen

            D.        Sinai

C:B:Ex:9

 

119.  Immediately after the hail, Pharaoh  (Ex. 9: 27)

            A.        Hardened his heart

            B.        Called for his magicians

            C.        Told Moses he would see him no more

            D.        Acknowledged he had sinned

D:I:Ex:9

 


120.  During the hail storm, which crops were not destroyed because they

ripen later (Ex. 9:32)?

            A.        Barley and flax

            B.        Grapes and figs

            C.        Olives and pomegranates

            D.        Wheat and spelt

D:A:Ex:9

 

121.  Which crops did the hail destroy because they had come to head and

bloomed (Ex. 9:31)?

            A.        Barley and flax

            B.        Grapes and figs

            C.        Olives and pomegranates

            D.        Wheat and spelt

A:A:Ex:9

 

122.  When the hail stopped, who joined Pharaoh in hardening their hearts

(Ex. 9:34)?

            A.        The Magicians

            B.        The scribes

            C.        Pharaoh's officials

            D.        Pharaoh's servants

C:I:Ex:9


123.  God said that by the plague of hail the Egyptians would come to know

(Ex. 9:14)

            A.        That he was the LORD Almighty

            B.        There was no one like him in all the earth

            C.        His mighty arm could not be restrained

            D.        Moses was his messenger

B:A:Ex:9

 

 

Exodus 10 Multiple Choice Questions

 

124.  Just prior to the locust plague, the LORD gave all of the following

reasons for hardening Pharaoh's heart EXCEPT (Ex. 10:1f)

            A.        That you may know that I am the LORD

            B.        That you may tell your children

            C.        That I may repay Egypt for enslaving Israel

            D.        That I may perform these miraculous signs among them

C:I:Ex:10

 

125.  How would the locusts affect the land of Egypt (Ex. 10:5)?

            A.        They would devour all that was left by the hail

            B.        They would sting men and beasts

            C.        They would fill the land with a stench

            D.        They would destroy the cattle of Egypt

A:B:Ex:10

 

126.  In the locust plague, who told Pharaoh he should let the Israelites go

(Ex. 10:7)?

            A.        Pharaoh's magicians

            B.        Pharaoh's officials

            C.        The scribes

            D.        The priests of Egypt

B:A:Ex:10

 

127.  Just prior to the locust plague, Pharaoh agreed to allow _____  to go

hold a festival to the LORD (Ex. 10:11)

            A.        The women and children

            B.        Israelite families without their flocks

            C.        Heads of the tribes

            D.        The men alone

D:I:Ex:10

 

128.  How did the LORD bring the locusts into the land of Egypt (Ex. 11:13)?

            A.        In the waves of the sea

            B.        With the clouds of heaven

            C.        By a strong east wind

            D.        From the dust of the ground

C:I:Ex:10

 

129.  The locusts were so thick they turned the ground (Ex 10:45)

            A.        Brown

            B.        Black

            C.        Red

            D.        Green

B:B:Ex:10

 

130.  After the locust plague, Pharaoh acknowledged (Ex. 10:16)

            A.        His heart was hard against the LORD

            B.        He had abused the Israelite slaves in Egypt

            C.        His country was ruined

            D.        He had sinned and needed to be forgiven

D:I:Ex:10

 

131.  What did the LORD use to destroy the locusts (Ex. 10:19)?

            A.        The Mediterranean sea

            B.        The Red Sea

            C.        The desert

            D.        The sun

B:I:Ex:10

 

132.  How long did the thick darkness plague cover Egypt (Ex. 10:22)?

            A.        One day

            B.        Three days

            C.        A week

            D.        Until Pharaoh repented

B:B:Ex:10

 

133.  After the plague of darkness, Pharaoh said the Israelites could leave but

they must leave what behind (Ex. 10:24)?

            A.        Their children

            B.        Their wives

            C.        Their herds

            D.        They money

C:I:Ex:10

 

134.  Why did Moses tell Pharaoh they needed to take their livestock

(Ex. 10:25)?

            A.        They needed sacrifices to present to God

            B.        They were shepherds and the herds would die

            C.        God had commanded that all their possessions must go

            D.        Pharaoh might steal the livestock if they were left behind

A:B:Ex:10

 

135.  After the plague of darkness, Pharaoh said that the next time he saw

Moses (Ex. 10:28)

            A.        Egypt would be destroyed

            B.        Moses would die

            C.        He would destroy the Israelites

            D.        He would let the Israelites go

B:B:Ex:10

 

136.  After what plague did Moses say he would never appear before Pharaoh

again (Ex. 10:29)?

            A.        Darkness

            B.        Locusts

            C.        Firstborn sons' death

            D.        The plague of boils

A:I:Ex:10

 

 

Exodus 11 Multiple Choice Questions

 

137.  With the last plague, God instructed the Israelites to ask for what from

their neighbors (Ex. 11:2)?

            A.        Clothes and sandals

            B.        Herds of sheep and goats

            C.        Articles of silver and gold

            D.        Food and water

C:I:Ex:11

 

138.  Who in Egypt held Moses in high regard besides the people (Ex. 11:3)?

            A.        The magicians

            B.        Pharaoh's officials

            C.        The captain of Pharaoh's guard

            D.        The other slaves

B:I:Ex:11

 

139.  What time was the last plague to take place (Ex. 11:4)?

            A.        Mid-night

            B.        Mid-day

            C.        As the sun was setting

            D.        As the sun was rising

A:B:Ex:11

 

140.  The last plague on Egypt would be (Ex. 11:5)

            A.        The darkness

            B.        The Nile turning to blood

            C.        The hail storm

            D.        The death of the firstborn

D:B:Ex:11

 

141.  Besides the death of humans, in the last plague, what would also suffer

loss (Ex. 11:5)?

            A.        Firstborn cattle

            B.        Firstborn camels

            C.        First born donkeys

            D.        First born dogs

A:A:Ex:11

 

142.  While there would be loud wailing in Egypt at the last plague, what

indicated the tranquility in Israel (Ex. 11:7)?

            A.        Each Israelite would rest under his own tree

            B.        The rooster would crow

            C.        Not a dog would bark

            D.        One could hear a pin drop

C:I:Ex:11

 

143.  On the last plague, God said Pharaoh would refuse to listen (Ex. 11:9)

            A.        Because he had rebelled against the LORD

            B.        So that God's miracles may be multiplied in Egypt

            C.        So that God might humble Pharaoh

            D.        Because of the oppression of the Israelites

B:I:Ex:11

 

144.  How did Moses leave Pharaoh's presence after his announcement of the

last plague (Ex. 11:8)?

            A.        Sad over the Egyptians

            B.        Fearful

            C.        Rejoicing that it was coming to an end

            D.        Hot with anger

D:I:Ex:11

 

 

Exodus 12 Multiple Choice Questions

 

145.  The Passover was to be held on what month of the Jewish calendar

(Ex. 12:2)?

            A.        First

            B.        Third

            C.        Seventh

            D.        Twelfth

A:B:Ex:12

 

146.  On what day of the month is the Passover lamb selected (Ex. 12:3)?

            A.        First

            B.        Seventh

            C.        Tenth

            D.        Twelfth

C:A:Ex:12

 

147.  If a house was too small to eat a whole lamb, what were they to do

(Ex. 12:4)?

            A.        Cast the leftovers outside the camp

            B.        Share it with a neighbor

            C.        Divide it among the clan

            D.        Give the extra to the priests

B:I:Ex:12

 

148.  How old was the Passover lamb to be (Ex. 12:5)?

            A.        Three years

            B.        Two years

            C.        One year

            D.        Any age

C:A:Ex:12

 

149.  How was the Passover lamb to be cooked (Ex. 12:8)?

            A.        Boiled in water

            B.        Smoked

            C.        Burnt on an altar

            D.        Roasted

D:I:Ex:12

 

150.  All of the following were to be eaten on Passover EXCEPT (Ex. 12:8)?

            A.        Bitter herbs

            B.        Unleavened bread

            C.        Lamb

            D.        Figs

D:B:Ex:12

 

151.  If some of the food was left after the Passover, what was to be done with

it (Ex. 12:10)?  It was to be _________

            A.        Eaten for three days

            B.        Burned up

            C.        Buried outside the camp

            D.        Dumped outside the camp

B:I:Ex:12

 

152.  The Passover was said to be a judgment on (Ex. 12:12)

            A.        All the people of Egypt

            B.        The land of Egypt

            C.        The gods of Egypt

            D.        Pharaoh

C:B:Ex:12

 

153.  How many days were the Israelites to eat unleavened bread (Ex. 12:15)?

            A.        One

            B.        Three

            C.        Seven

            D.        Twenty-one

C:B:Ex:12

 

154.  The Passover lamb was slain on what night (Ex. 12:6)?

            A.        First

            B.        Fourteenth

            C.        Twenty-first

            D.        Seventh

B:A:Ex:12

 

155.  The blood of the Passover lamb was to be placed where (Ex. 12:7)?

            A.        On the entrance mat

            B.        On the table where they ate

            C.        On all windows and doors

            D.        On the side and top of the door frames

D:B:Ex:12

 

156.  The Feast of Unleavened Bread celebrated what (Ex. 12:17)?

            A.        The day God brought Israel out of Egypt

            B.        The angel of death passing over

            C.        That mercy of the Lord endures forever

            D.        The death of the firstborn of Egypt

A:B:Ex:12

 

157.  What was used to place the blood on the door frames (Ex. 12:22)?

            A.        A knife

            B.        A bunch of hyssop

            C.        A branch of mandrake

            D.        A fleece of the lamb

B:I:Ex:12

 

158.  What were the children supposed to ask at Passover (Ex. 12:26)?

            A.        Why did God require a lamb?

            B.        Why do we put the blood on the door frames?

            C.        What does this ceremony mean to you?

            D.        Why do we eat unleavened bread?

C:B:Ex:12

 

159.  When did the LORD strike down the firstborn of Egypt (Ex. 12:29)?

            A.        Sun set

            B.        Sun rise

            C.        Noon

            D.        Mid-night

D:B:Ex:12

 

160.  Why did the Egyptians urge the Israelites to leave quickly (Ex. 12:33)?

            A.        They were so angry at the death of their firstborn

            B.        They feared they would all die

            C.        They realized that the LORD was God alone

            D.        They were seeking to kill Moses and Aaron

B:I:Ex:12

 

161.  On the night the Israelites left Egypt, why did they eat unleavened bread

(Ex. 12:34)?

            A.        Because they had to leave in haste

            B.        Because the yeast was unclean

            C.        Because the Egyptians had taken all the yeast

            D.        Because they could carry unleavened bread in sacks

A:B:Ex:12

 

162.  When leaving Egypt, the Israelites traveled from Ramases to _____

            (Ex. 12:37)

            A.        Pithom

            B.        Giza

            C.        The Red Sea

            D.        Succoth

D:A:Ex:12

 

163.  How many men left Egypt (Ex. 12:37)?

            A.        100,000

            B.        300,000

            C.        600,000

            D.        1,000,000

C:I:Ex:12

 

164.  How long had the Israelites been in Egypt (Ex. 12:40)?

            A.        250 years

            B.        620 years

            C.        360 years

            D.        430 years

D:I:Ex:12

 

165.  Slaves and aliens could eat the Passover on what condition (Ex. 12:44)?

            A.        They believed in the LORD

            B.        They were circumcised

            C.        They were not Egyptian

            D.        They were adopted by the family

B:I:Ex:12

 

166.  What was not to be done to the Passover lamb (Ex. 12:46)?

            A.        Bones were not to be broken

            B.        The head was not to be cut off

            C.        The meat was not be salted

            D.        The fleece was not to be burned

A:I:Ex:12

 

167.  The Israelites were to eat the Passover lamb in all of the following ways

EXCEPT (Ex. 12:11)

            A.        Staff in Hand

            B.        Hats on their heads

            C.        Sandals on their feet

            D.        Cloak tucked in their belts

B:I:Ex:12

 

 

Exodus 13 Multiple Choice Questions

 

168.  After the Passover, Moses announced what was to be consecrated to

            the LORD (Ex. 13:1)?

            A.        All their children

            B.        The silver and gold they had gotten from the Egyptians

            C.        Their firstborn children and animals

            D.        The priests

C:B:Ex:13

 

169.  By what means did God bring Israel out of Egypt (figure of speech)

(Ex. 13:3)?

            A.        Iron fist

            B.        Mighty hand

            C.        Sword of the LORD

            D.        Rock of deliverance

B:B:Ex:13

 

170.  In what Jewish month did they leave Egypt (Ex. 13:4)?

            A.        Nissan

            B.        Aboth

            C.        Succoth

            D.        Abib

D:A:Ex:13

 

171.  The LORD was going to bring Israel into the land of all of the following

            EXCEPT (Ex. 13:5)

            A.        Moabites

            B.        Amorites

            C.        Jebusites

            D.        Canaanites

            E.         Hittites

A:A:Ex:13

 

172.  The promised land was characterized as a land (Ex. 13:5)

            A.        Flowing with rivers and springs

            B.        Flowing with wheat and barley

            C.        Flowing with milk and honey

            D.        Flowing with wine and oil

C:B:Ex:13

 

173.  The observance of unleavened bread was to be like (Ex. 13:9)

            A.        A reminder on your forehead

            B.        A memorial to the LORD

            C.        A covenant to all generations

            D.        A testimony of redemption

A:A:Ex:13

174.  What was to be used to redeem every firstborn donkey (Ex. 13:13)?

            A.        A scapegoat

            B.        A lamb

            C.        A piece of silver

            D.        The Passover lamb

B:I:Ex:13

 

175.  If the firstborn donkey was not redeemed, what was the penalty

(Ex. 13:13)?

            A.        It was burned outside the camp

            B.        It was to be released into the desert

            C.        It was to have its neck broken

            D.        It was to be cut in half

C:A:Ex:13

 

176.  Every firstborn son was to be _______ because the LORD killed every

firstborn of Egypt in order to get Pharaoh to let the Israelites go

(Ex. 13:15)

            A.        Sacrificed

            B.        Blessed

            C.        Circumcised

            D.        Redeemed

D:I:Ex:13

 

177.  When the Israelites left Egypt, why didn't God take them on the shorter

            way of the Philistines (Ex. 13:17)?

            A.        He feared if they saw war they would return to Egypt

            B.        He wanted to give them his law at Sinai

            C.        He had promised Moses they would journey back to Sinai

            D.        The Egyptians would overtake them and force them to return to

Egypt

A:I:Ex:13

 

178.  What did Moses take from Egypt because of an oath (Ex. 13:19)?

            A.        The bones of Jacob

            B.        The bones of his wife

            C.        The bones of Joseph

            D.        The bones of the twelve sons of Jacob

C:B:Ex:13

 

179.  After they journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, what was the next point

on their journey (Ex. 13:20)?

            A.        Serabit

            B.        Giza

            C.        Pithom

            D.        Etham

D:A:Ex:13

 

180.  By day, how did the LORD lead Israel out of Egypt (Ex. 13:21)?

            A.        A pillar of cloud

            B.        A pillar of dust

            C.        A shadow of the almighty

            D.        The hand of an angel

A:B:Ex:13

 

181.  At night, how did the LORD lead Israel out of Egypt (Ex. 13:21)?

            A.        A star in the east

            B.        A pillar of fire

            C.        A cloud of dust

            D.        An angel led them

B:B:Ex:13

 

182.  Instead of taking the shorter way up into Canaan, God led them on the

desert road toward the ________ (Ex. 13:18)

            A.        Mountains of Sinai

            B.        Land of Goshen

            C.        Red Sea

            D.        Kadesh Barnea

C:I:Ex:13

 

 

Exodus 14 Multiple Choice Questions

 

183.  Pi Hahiroth, where Israel camped, was between what town and the

sea (Ex. 14:1)?

            A.        Rameses

            B.        Pithom

            C.        Migdol

            D.        Baal Zephon

C:A:Ex:14

 

184.  The LORD told Israel to camp by the sea across from what location

(Ex. 14:2)?

            A.        Rameses

            B.        Pithom

            C.        Migdol

            D.        Baal Zephon

D:A:Ex:14

 

185.  When Israel camped by the sea, by what means did God say he would get

glory (Ex. 14:4)?

            A.        By the pillar of fire

            B.        By Pharaoh and his army

            C.        By the power of the sea

            D.        By the staff of Moses

B:B:Ex:14

 

186.  Why did the Egyptians change their minds after having let Israel go

(Ex. 14:5)?

            A.        They realized they had lost the services of the Israelites

            B.        They became angry about the death of their firstborn

            C.        They realized the Israelites had plundered the gold of Egypt

            D.        They realized the Israelites had taken their cattle out of Egypt

A:I:Ex:14

 

187.  How many chariots did Pharaoh use to pursue Israel (Ex. 14:7)?

            A.        100

            B.        600

            C.        3000

            D.        10,000

B:A:Ex:14

 

188.  When Israel saw the Egyptians coming after them, they suggested Moses

had what motive for bringing them out of Egypt into the desert

(Ex. 14:10)?

            A.        Because there were no graves in Egypt

            B.        Because Pharaoh wanted to kill them outside the city

            C.        Because Moses was wanting to be king

            D.        Because then they would be helpless under Pharaoh's hand

A:B:Ex:14

 

189.  The Israelites said it would have been better to _______ than die in the

desert (Ex. 14:12)

            A.        Serve the gods of Egypt

            B.        Sit as slaves by the Nile

            C.        Serve the Egyptians

            D.        Eat melons in Egypt

C:B:Ex:14

 

190.  Moses admonished Israel by the Red Sea as the Egyptians approached

not to be afraid but to _______ (Ex. 14:14)

            A.        Cry out to God

            B.        Repent

            C.        Trust in the LORD

            D.        Be still

D:I:Ex:14

 

191.  As the Egyptians approached the Israelites as they camped by the sea,

what did the pillar of cloud do (Ex. 14:19)?

            A.        It turned into a great ball of fire making Pharaoh's horses afraid

to charge

            B.        It went behind the Israelites separating them from Pharaoh's

army

            C.        It parted so that the glory of the LORD could be seen

            D.        The cloud became so dense that Pharaoh's troops could not

                        see each other

B:I:Ex:14

 

192.  How did the LORD disable Pharaoh's chariots (Ex. 14:25)?

            A.        He made the horses afraid

            B.        He blinded the eyes of the captains that rode them

            C.        He made their wheels come off

            D.        He melted their shields

C:I:Ex:14

 

193.  After the chariots were disabled, the Egyptians acknowledged that

            who was fighting for Israel (Ex. 14:25)?

            A.        The God of Abraham

            B.        The LORD

            C.        God Almighty

            D.        The God of Israel

B:I:Ex:14

 

194.  What means did the LORD use to split the waters of the Red Sea

(Ex. 14:21)?

            A.        His pillar of cloud

            B.        His pillar of fire

            C.        An earthquake

            D.        A strong east wind

D:B:Ex:14

 

195.  What did Moses do so that the Israelites could cross the sea on dry

ground (Ex. 14:21)?

            A.        Struck the ground three times

            B.        Threw a rock into the sea

            C.        Stretched out his hand over the sea

            D.        Held his hands up to heaven

C:B:Ex:14

 

196.  When the waters of the sea flowed back, all of the following were

destroyed in the sea EXCEPT (Ex. 14:28)

            A.        The slave drivers

            B.        Horsemen

            C.        Chariots

            D.        Pharaoh's army

A:B:Ex:14

 

197.  When the Israelites went through the sea, the water was described as

            having become like (Ex. 14:29)

            A.        A sheet of glass

            B.        A wall

            C.        A raging sea

            D.        A door of hope

B:B:Ex:14

 

198.  Immediately after seeing the power of the LORD displayed in the Red

Sea, what was the response of Israel (Ex. 14:31)?

            A.        They complained in the hearing of the LORD

            B.        They feared the LORD

            C.        They were silent and humbled themselves before God

            D.        They clapped their hands rejoicing that God had delivered them

B:I:Ex:14

 

199.  After crossing the Red Sea, the people trusted in the LORD and in

Moses who was called God's _____ (Ex. 14:31)

            A.        Prophet

            B.        Messenger

            C.        Deliverer

            D.        Servant

D:I:Ex:14

 

200.  Who withdrew and went behind the Israelites with the pillar of cloud

when Pharaoh pursued them with his chariots (Ex. 14:19)?

            A.        The angel of God

            B.        The cherubim

            C.        Michael the arch angel

            D.        The holy one of Israel

A:I:Ex:14

 

 

Exodus 15 Multiple Choice Questions

 

201.  What did Moses and the Israelites do after the Red Sea was parted

(Ex. 15:1)?

            A.        Sang a song

            B.        Offered a sacrifice of thanksgiving

            C.        Prayed

            D.        Trembled and feared God

A:B:Ex:15

 

202.  In the song of Moses, the horse and rider were _______ (Ex. 15:1)

            A.        Covered by the sea

            B.        Washed away by the sea

            C.        Made captive in the sea

            D.        Hurled into the sea

D:B:Ex:15

 

203.  In the song of Moses, the LORD was praised as becoming my ______

(Ex. 15:2)

            A.        Justice

            B.        Salvation

            C.        Holiness

            D.        Righteousness

B:B:Ex:15

 

204.  In the song of Moses, the LORD is praised as a _____ (Ex. 15:3)

            A.        Master of the sea

            B.        Pillar of fire

            C.        Warrior

            D.        Defender of Israel

C:I:Ex:15

 

205.  In the song of Moses, The LORD's ________ shattered the enemy

(Ex. 15:6)

            A.        Right hand

            B.        Sword

            C.        Staff

            D.        Wind

A:I:Ex:15

 

206.  In the song of Moses, what consumed the Egyptians like stubble

(Ex. 15:7)?

            A.        The pillar of fire

            B.        The wind of the LORD

            C.        The waves of the sea

            D.        The LORD's burning anger

D:I:Ex:15

 

207.  In the song of Moses, what piled up the waters of the sea (Ex. 15:8)?

            A.        The breath of the Almighty

            B.        The blast of the LORD's nostrils

            C.        The cut of the sword of the LORD

            D.        LORD's fortress in the sea

B:I:Ex:15

 

208.  In the song of Moses, the enemy boasted that it would use what

instrument to destroy the Israelites (Ex. 15:9)?

            A.        A spear

            B.        Chariot blades

            C.        A sword

            D.        A whip

C:I:Ex:15

 

209.  In the song of Moses, in response to the question "Who is like you?", all

the following are attributed to the LORD EXCEPT (Ex. 15:11)

            A.        Majestic in holiness

            B.        Righteous in judgment

            C.        Awesome in glory

            D.        Working wonder

B:A:Ex:15

 

210. In the song of Moses, it says the LORD will lead ______  in his

unfailing love (Ex. 15:13)

            A.        The people you have redeemed

            B.        The flock of the LORD

            C.        The descendants of Abraham

            D.        The remnant of Israel

A:I:Ex:15

 

211.  In the song of Moses, Israel is described as being led by God to what

destination (Ex. 15:13)?

            A.        His gentle pools

            B.        His green pastures

            C.        His mighty mountain

            D.        His holy dwelling

D:I:Ex:15

 

212.  In the song of Moses, all of the following nations are mentioned as

hearing and fearing EXCEPT (Ex. 15:14f)

            A.        Philistia

            B.        Moab

            C.        Edom

            D.        Ammon

D:A:Ex:15

 

213.  In the song of Moses, Israel anticipated being planted where

(Ex. 15:17)?

            A.        In the land flowing with milk and honey

            B.        On the mountain of God's inheritance

            C.        On the rock of God's covenant

            D.        By the sea of God's righteousness

B:A:Ex:15

 

214.  The song of Moses concludes with praise of God's _____ forever and

ever (Ex. 15:18)

            A.        Loving kindness

            B.        Word

            C.        Reign

            D.        Mercy

C:I:Ex:15

 

215.  Miriam sang a song in what role (Ex. 15:20)?

            A.        As a prophetess

            B.        As a priestess

            C.        As a servant of the LORD

            D.        As a judge of Israel

A:B:Ex:15

 

216.  Miriam played what instrument as she danced praise to God

(Ex. 15:20)?

            A.        Harp

            B.        Cymbals

            C.        Tamborine

            D.        Drum

C:I:Ex:15

 

217.  After crossing the Red Sea into what desert did Israel go (Ex. 15:22)?

            A.        The desert of Sinai

            B.        The desert of Paran

            C.        The Negev

            D.        The desert of Shur

D:A:Ex:15

 

218.  The water of what place was bitter when the Israelites first came into the

desert (Ex. 15:23)?

            A.        Et-Tih

            B.        Marah

            C.        Kadesh

            D.        Serabit

B:I:Ex:15

 

219.  What did God tell Moses to use to turn the bitter waters into sweet

(Ex. 15:25)?

            A.        A piece of wood

            B.        A stone

            C.        A rod

            D.        A piece of cloth

A:B:Ex:15

220.  The LORD promised he would not bring any of the diseases that he had

brought on the Egyptians if the Israelites did what (Ex. 15:26)?

            A.        Serve the LORD with gladness

            B.        Rejoice in the LORD's deliverance

            C.        Remember the deliverance of the sea

            D.        Keep his commands and decrees

D:B:Ex:15

 

221.  What did Israel find at Elim (Ex. 15:27)?

            A.        A pool of water and grapes

            B.        Springs and palm trees

            C.        A great well and fig trees

            D.        A stream and olive trees

B:A:Ex:15

 

 

 

Exodus 16 Multiple Choice Questions

 

222.  After leaving Elim, into what desert did the Israelites enter (Ex. 16:1)?

            A.        Paran

            B.        Sinai

            C.        Sin

            D.        Negev

C:A:Ex:16

 

223.  Against whom did the Israelites grumble because they thought they were

starving to death (Ex. 16:2)?

            A.        The LORD

            B.        Moses and Aaron

            C.        Moses

            D.        Themselves

B:I:Ex:16

 

224.  When the Israelites grumbled in the desert, what did they remember from

Egypt (Ex. 16:3)?

A.        The pots of meat

B.        Their slave masters

C.        The waters of the Nile

D.        Their homes

A:B:Ex:16

 

225.  How did God solve the problem of the Israelite's hunger in the desert

(Ex. 16:4)?

            A.        He gave them milk and honey from a rock

            B.        He led them to an oasis

            C.        He told them to plunder the Amalekites who had food

            D.        He rained bread down from heaven

D:B:Ex:16

 

226.  How much God-provided-food were the Israelites to gather daily

(Ex. 16:4)?

            A.        As much as they wanted

            B.        Just enough for that day

            C.        Enough for that week

            D.        They were to fill their tents

B:B:Ex:16

 

227.  On what day were the Israelites to gather twice the amount of manna as

normal (Ex. 16:5)?

            A.        First day

            B.        Fifth day

            C.        Sixth day

            D.        Seventh day

C:B:Ex:16

 

228.  God said he would use the manna to test them in what way (Ex. 16:4)?

            A.        To see if they would follow his instructions

            B.        To see if they would control their appetites

            C.        To see if they would praise the LORD

            D.        To see if they would reject the gods of Egypt

A:I:Ex:16

 

229.  Moses said, in the evening the Israelites would know what (Ex. 16:6)?

            A.        The gods of Egypt were but stone

            B.        The LORD was in the desert with them

            C.        The LORD was God of both the desert and the sea

            D.        It was the LORD that brought them out of Egypt

D:B:Ex:16

 

230.  When did Israel get meat to eat (Ex. 16:8)?

            A.        Morning

            B.        Mid-day

            C.        Evening

            D.        All day

C:I:Ex:16

 

231.  When did the manna cover the ground (Ex. 16:8)?

            A.        Morning

            B.        Mid-day

            C.        Evening

            D.        All day

A:B:Ex:16

 

232.  What divinely provided meat did the Israelites have to eat while in the

desert (Ex. 16:13)?

            A.        Sheep

            B.        Quail

            C.        Doves

            D.        Turkey

B:B:Ex:16

 

233.  The manna that the Israelites were to gather up and make bread

resembled (Ex. 16:14)?

            A.        Barley flour

            B.        Leaves of the sycamore tree

            C.        Thin flakes like frost

            D.        Unleavened wafers

C:I:Ex:16

 

234.  How much manna was to be gathered for each person (Ex. 16:16)?

            A.        An ephah

            B.        A firkin

            C.        An omer

            D.        A liter

C:A:Ex:16

 

235.  What happened to the manna on the ground that was left over

(Ex. 16:21)?

            A.        The sun melted it away

            B.        The wind blew it away

            C.        The animals grazed on it

            D.        There was none left over

A:I:Ex:16

 

236.  What happened to the manna that was kept over till the next day

(Ex. 16:20)?

            A.        It vanished

            B.        It made those that ate it sick

            C.        It became moldy and hard

            D.        It became full of maggots

D:B:Ex:16

 

237.  The seventh day was called the holy ______ (Ex. 16:23)

            A.        Day

            B.        Sabbath

            C.        Succoth

            D.        Holiday

B:B:Ex:16

 

238.  What were the people to do on the seventh day (Ex. 16:29f)?

            A.        Worship the LORD

            B.        Remember the LORD their God

            C.        Rest

            D.        Cook only enough for that day

C:B:Ex:16

 

239.  What did the manna look like (Ex. 16:31)?

            A.        White like a coriander seed

            B.        Brown like wheat

            C.        Yellow like the evening sun

            D.        Green like a cucumber

A:I:Ex:16

 

240.  What did the manna taste like (Ex. 16:31)?

            A.        Wheat bread

            B.        Honey wafer

            C.        Sweet figs

            D.        Sweet wine

B:I:Ex:16

 

241.  Where was the jar of manna to be stored for a memorial (Ex. 16:34)?

            A.        In front of the testimony

            B.        In the tent of Moses

            C.        In front of the Israelites

            D.        In the holy place

A:A:Ex:16

 

242. How long did the Israelites eat manna (Ex. 16:35)?

            A.        Ten years

            B.        Twenty years

            C.        Forty years

            D.        Forever

C:B:Ex:16

 

243.  When did the manna stop (Ex. 16:35)?

            A.        When they grumbled against Moses

            B.        When they defeated the Amorite king Og

            C.        When they arrived at Sinai

            D.        When they reached the border of Canaan

D:B:Ex:16

 

244.  On what day was there no manna (Ex. 16:25)?

            A.        First

            B.        Sixth

            C.        Seventh

            D.        Third

C:B:Ex:16

 

245.  An omer is _______ of an ephah (5 gallons) (Ex. 16:36)

            A.        A half

            B.        A third

            C.        A fifth

            D.        A tenth

D:A:Ex:16

 

 

Exodus 17 Multiple Choice Questions

 

246.  After leaving the desert of Sin, the Israelites traveled to Rephidim where

they found no _______ (Ex. 17:1)

A.        Food

B.        Water

C.        Grass

D.        Shelter

B:B:Ex:17

 

247.  At Rephidim Moses told the LORD that the people were ready to do what

to him (Ex. 17:4)?

            A.        Abandon

            B.        Burn him

            C.        Stone him

            D.        Whip him

C:I:Ex:17

 

248.  When the LORD led Moses to get water for Israel at Rephidim, Moses

was told to do all of the following EXCEPT (Ex. 17:5f)

            A.        Tell the people to prepare their water jars

            B.        Take the staff that he struck the Nile with

            C.        Take some of the elders of Israel

            D.        Strike the rock at Horeb

A:I:Ex:17

 

249.  What did Moses call the name of the place where Israel tested the LORD

and water came out of a rock (Ex. 17:7)?

            A.        Massah

            B.        Ein Gedi

            C.        Peniel

            D.        Arad

A:I:Ex:17

250.  Why did Moses also name the place where water came out of the rock

Meribah (Ex. 17:7)?

            A.        Because water came out of the rock of Horeb

            B.        Because there the Israelites found rest

            C.        Because there the Israelites found no water

            D.        Because there the Israelites quarreled

D:A:Ex:17

 

251.  How did the Israelites test the LORD at Massah (Ex. 17:7)?  They said

            A.        "Can Moses saved us from this desert?"

            B.        "Is the LORD's hand to short?"

            C.        "Is the LORD among us or not?"

            D.        "The LORD has provided no water"

C:A:Ex:17

 

252.  Who attacked the Israelites at Rephidim (Ex. 17:8)?

            A.        The Amorites

            B.        The Amalekites

            C.        The Ammonites

            D.        The Edomites

B:B:Ex:17

 

253.  Who did Moses tell to choose men to fight at Rephidim (Ex. 17:9)?

            A.        Aaron

            B.        Hur

            C.        Caleb

            D.        Joshua

D:B:Ex:17

 

254.  Aaron and Hur did what to help win the battle at Rephidim (Ex. 17:12)?

            A.        Held up Moses' arms

            B.        Brought the troops water during the battle

            C.        Held up the staff of God in their hands

            D.        Prayed to God for the victory

A:B:Ex:17

 

255.  After the battle at Rephidim, the LORD commanded Moses to make

what memorial that God would destroy the Amalekites (Ex. 17:14)?

            A.        Write it on a rock of memorial

            B.        Set up and anoint a pillar there

            C.        Write it on a scroll to be remembered

            D.        Put blood on the altar as a memorial

C:I:Ex:17

 

256.  After the battle at Rephidim, Moses built an altar and named it ____

            (Ex. 17:15)

            A.        The LORD is a mighty rock

            B.        The LORD is my Banner

            C.        The LORD is salvation

            D.        The LORD is a mighty warrior

B:A:Ex:17

 

 

Exodus 18 Multiple Choice Questions

 

257.  Moses' father-in-law was ___________  (Ex. 18:1)

            A.        Jethro

            B.        Gershom

            C.        Eliezer

            D.        Abimelech

A:B:Ex:18

 

258.  Moses' father-in-law was a ____________ (Ex. 18:1)

            A.        Prophet of the most high

            B.        Wiseman of Amalek

            C.        Priest of Midian

            D.        Chief of the Horites

C:B:Ex:18

 

259.  Who had Moses sent away when he went back to Egypt (Ex. 18:2)?

            A.        His father-in-law

            B.        His wife Zipporah

            C.        His brother Aaron

            D.        His sister Miriam

B:I:Ex:18

 

260.  Which of Moses' sons was named _________  because Moses said

"I have become an alien in a foreign land." (Ex. 18:3)?

            A.        Kohath

            B.        Eliezer

            C.        Nadab

            D.        Gershom

D:A:Ex:18

 

261.  Which of Moses' sons was named because "My father's God was my

helper" (Ex. 18:4)?

            A.        Kohath

            B.        Eliezer

            C.        Nadab

            D.        Gershom

B:A:Ex:18

 

262.  After Moses reported the deliverance to Jethro, what did Jethro say he

had come to know (Ex. 18:11)?

            A.        That the LORD is greater than all other gods

            B.        That God Almighty fights for Israel

            C.        That Moses' God would become his God

            D.        That the gods of Egypt were but stone

A:I:Ex:18

 

263.  Where did Jethro and the elders of Israel eat bread together (Ex. 18:12)?

            A.        By the spring of Elim

            B.        Under the pillar of cloud

            C.        In the presence of the LORD

            D.        In the desert of Rephidim

C:I:Ex:18

 

264.  What was Moses doing by himself that Jethro objected to (Ex. 18:14)?

            A.        Offering sacrifices day and night

            B.        Leading the people into a severe desert

            C.        Sending his wife away

            D.        Judging the people

D:B:Ex:18

 

265.  Jethro suggested that Moses be what for the people (Ex. 18:19)?

            A.        The prophet speaking God's word to the people

            B.        The people's representative to God

            C.        The priest of the most high God

            D.        A judge of all the land

B:A:Ex:18

 

266.  Jethro suggested Moses do what for the people (Ex. 18:20)?
            A.        Teach the people the decrees and laws

            B.        Judge all matters of right and wrong

            C.        Allow the priests to offer the sacrifices

            D.        Lead the people in the way to Kadesh

A:I:Ex:18

 

267.  All of the following were qualifications Jethro suggested for those

            who were to judge Israel EXCEPT (Ex. 18:21f)

            A.        They must fear God

            B.        They must hate dishonest gain

            C.        They must be leaders of the people

            D.        They must be trustworthy

C:A:Ex:18

 

268.  Jethro suggested that Moses listen to what cases from the people

            of Israel (Ex. 18:22)?

            A.        All cases involving God's law

            B.        Only cases of major crime like murder

            C.        Cases brought against the leaders of Israel

            D.        The difficult cases

D:I:Ex:18

 

 

 

Exodus 19 Multiple Choice Questions

 

269.  How many months was did it take the Israelites to travel from Egypt to

the Desert of Sinai (Ex. 19:1)?

            A.        One

            B.        Two

            C.        Three

            D.        Six

C:A:Ex:19

 

270.  What metaphor did God use when describing how he had delivered the

Israelites from Egypt (Ex. 19:4)?

            A.        Carried them on eagles' wings

            B.        Carried them out chariots of fire

            C.        Led them out like a shepherd

            D.        Led them as a king over his army

A:I:Ex:19

 

271.  What condition did God place on Israel in order for them to become his

treasured possession (Ex. 19:5)?

            A.        Remember the deliverance from Egypt

            B.        Keep his covenant

            C.        Offer sacrifices to the LORD

            D.        Fear the LORD always

B:I:Ex:19

 

272.  God said that Israel would be a holy nation and a ______ to him

(Ex. 19:6)

            A.        Community of friends

            B.        Family

            C.        servant of the LORD

            D.        Kingdom of Priests

D:B:Ex:19

 

273.  How was God going to talk to Israel at Mount Sinai (Ex. 19:9)?

            A.        From between the cheribim

            B.        In a pillar of fire

            C.        In a dense cloud

            D.        From the seventh heaven

C:I:Ex:19

 

274.  The Israelites were to consecrate themselves for meeting God on Mount

Sinai in all of the following ways EXCEPT (Ex. 19:10f)

            A.        Cover their heads

            B.        Wash themselves

            C.        Not touch the mountain

            D.        Abstain from sexual relations

A:I:Ex:19

 

275.  What sound accompanied the descent of the thick cloud on Mount Sinai

(Ex. 19:16)?

            A.        Harp

            B.        Loud shout

            C.        Cymbals

            D.        Trumpet

D:I:Ex:19

 

276.  When God's cloud descended on Mount Sinai, all of the following

accompanied that descent EXCEPT (Ex. 19:16)

            A.        Thunder and lightning

            B.        Mountain shook

            C.        Angelic hosts appeared

            D.        Smoke went up

            E.         Fire

C:I:Ex:19

 

277.  The LORD, as he descended on Mount Sinai, commanded Moses to warn

the people about (Ex. 19:21)

            A.        Turning their backs to the LORD

            B.        Forcing their way through to see the LORD

            C.        Stopping their ears

            D.        Returning to Egypt

B:I:Ex:19

 

278.  Limits were to be set around Mount Sinai.  It was to be set apart as ____

            (Ex. 19:23)

            A.        Holy

            B.        Righteous

C.        God's possession

            D.        God's throne

A:B:Ex:19

 

279.  Who was to accompany Moses up Mount Sinai (Ex. 19:24)?

            A.        No one

            B.        The priests

            C.        Only Aaron

            D.        The leaders of the tribes

C:I:Ex:19

 

 

Exodus 20 Multiple Choice Questions

 

280.  At the beginning of the ten commandments, how does God identify

himself (Ex. 20:2)?
            A.        As the God who made Mount Sinai tremble

            B.        As the God of Moses and Aaron

            C.        As the God who brought them out of Egypt

            D.        As the God that split the Red Sea

C:B:Ex:20

 

281.  Egypt was viewed in the ten commandments as (Ex. 20:2)

            A.        The land of slavery

            B.        The land of the Nile

            C.        The land of deliverance

            D.        The land of Pharaoh

A:B:Ex:20

 

282.  Idols were explicitly stated as not to be made in the form of any of the

following EXCEPT (Ex. 20:4)

A.        Anything in the heaven above

B.        Anything in the earth beneath

C.        Anything in the waters below

D.        Anything in the rivers beside

D:I:Ex:20

 

283.  God said not to make idols because he was a _______ God (Ex. 20:5)

            A.        Loving

            B.        Jealous

            C.        Righteous

            D.        Merciful

B:B:Ex:20

 

284.  The sins of the fathers get punished unto what generation (Ex. 20:5)?

            A.        Second

            B.        Fourth

            C.        Seventh

            D.        Thousandth

B:I:Ex:20

 

285.  To whom does the ten commandments say God shows his love

(Ex. 20:6)?

            A.        To those keeping his commandments

            B.        To those walking in his ways

            C.        To those who are blameless

            D.        To those that fear the LORD

A:I:Ex:20

 

286.  Who will the LORD not hold guiltless (Ex. 20:7)?

            A.        Whoever murders

            B.        Whoever worships idols

            C.        Whoever misuses his name

            D.        Whoever does not honor their parents

C:I:Ex:20

 

287.  What should not be done on the Sabbath (Ex. 20:10)?

            A.        Sleeping

            B.        Working

            C.        Eating

            D.        Fasting

B:B:Ex:20

 

288.  In reference to the Sabbath, the ten commands say that God created the

earth in how many days (Ex. 20:11)?

            A.        Seven days

            B.        Six days

            C.        Three days

            D.        One day

B:B:Ex:20

 

289.   What blessing comes to those that honor their father and mother

(Ex. 20:12)?

            A.        Your children will grow up to bless you

            B.        The LORD will listen to your prayers

            C.        The LORD will honor you

            D.        You may live long in the land

D:B:Ex:20

 

290.  All of the following are part of the ten commands EXCEPT

(Ex. 20:13ff)?

            A.        No murder

            B.        No adultery

            C.        No stealing

            D.        No abuse

D:I:Ex:20

 

291.  All of the following were explicitly listed as not to be coveted from your

neighbor EXCEPT (Ex. 20:17)

            A.        Clothes

            B.        Manservant

            C.        Wife

            D.        Ox

            E.         House

A:I:Ex:20

 

292.  All of the following caused the people at Mt. Sinai to tremble after the

ten commandments were given EXCEPT (Ex. 20:18)

A.        Thunder and lightning

B.        Trembling of the earth

C.        Trumpet sound

D.        Smoke on the mountain

B:I:Ex:20

 

293.  After the ten commandments, the people were afraid of what

(Ex. 20:19)?

            A.        God speaking to them

            B.        God appearing before them

            C.        God shaking the mountain down on them

            D.        God coming too close to them

A:B:Ex:20

 

294.  Moses said what would keep the people from sinning (Ex. 20:20)?

            A.        The fear of God

            B.        The ten commandments

            C.        The signs from heaven

            D.        The goodness of God

A:I:Ex:20

 

295.  After the ten commandments were given, God commanded that they

make an altar of what (Ex. 20:24)?

            A.        Gold

            B.        Silver

            C.        Cut stone

            D.        Earth

D:A:Ex:20

 

296.  What kind of stones were not to be used in making an altar to God

(Ex. 20:25)?

            A.        Uncut stones

            B.        Dressed or cut stones

            C.        Flint

            D.        Stones that had been used as idols

B:I:Ex:20

297.  The Israelites were not to go up to the altar on _____ (Ex. 20:26)

            A.        The backs of an animal

            B.        Sand

            C.        Steps

            D.        Ramps

C:I:Ex:20

 

 

Exodus 21 Multiple Choice Questions

 

298.  When was the Hebrew slave to go free (Ex. 21:1)?

            A.        After the fifth year

            B.        After the sixth year

            C.        After one year

            D.        After the seventh year

B:B:Ex:21

 

299.  If a master gives a slave a wife and she bears children, to whom

            do the children belong (Ex. 21:4)?

            A.        The slave

            B.        The wife

            C.        The master

            D.        Israel

C:I:Ex:21

 

300.  If a slave loves his master, what could he do to become a servant for life

(Ex. 21:6)?

            A.        Take off his sandal and give it to his master

            B.        Put a mark upon his right hand

            C.        Make a confession before the elders of Israel

            D.        Pierce his ear with an awl

D:I:Ex:21

 

301.  A daughter who is sold as a slave and doesn't please her master must be

            allowed to be ________ (Ex. 21:8)

            A.        Redeemed

            B.        Resold

            C.        Released

            D.        Returned to her original owner

A:A:Ex:21

 

302.  If a man marries another woman, he must provide the first wife with all

of the following EXCEPT (Ex. 21:10)

            A.        Food

            B.        Housing

            C.        Clothing

            D.        Marital rights

D:A:Ex:21

 

303.  What should happen to the person who kills someone unintentionally

(Ex 21:13)?

            A.        Pay the family five times the price of a slave

            B.        He is to have his hand chopped off

            C.        He is to flee to a place God would designate

            D.        He is to be cast out of Israel

C:B:Ex:21

 

304.  What was to happen to anyone who curses his father or mother

(Ex. 21:17)?  They should be

            A.        Rebuked by the elders of Israel

            B.        Killed

            C.        Beaten with rods

            D.        Put in jail for three days

B:I:Ex:21

 

305.  What was the punishment for one who hits another with a fist or stone

            and disables the person (Ex. 21:19)?

            A.        Must pay 5 shekels of silver

            B.        Must himself be beaten with rods

            C.        Must take the person's job until the person is healed

            D.        Must pay for the loss of time

D:I:Ex:21

 

306.  If a man hits a pregnant woman and she gives birth prematurely but there

is no damage, what is the penalty (Ex. 21:22)?

            A.        None

            B.        Must cover his head in shame for 3 days

            C.        Must pay a fine

            D.        His own wife will be slapped

C:I:Ex:21

 

307.  If a man hits a pregnant woman and there is injury to the child, what is

the punishment (Ex. 21:23)?

            A.        Eye for eye type punishment

            B.        Must pay a fine

            C.        The man is to be stoned

            D.        The man's own child must be given to the woman

A:I:Ex:21

 

308.  If a person destroys the eye of their slave, what punishment was to result

            (Ex. 21:27)?

            A.        The eye of the owner was to be destroyed

            B.        The slave was set free

            C.        The owner must pay a fine

            D.        The slave received an inheritance from the master

B:A:Ex:21

 

309.  What happened to the owner of a bull that habitually gored, when it

actually gored someone to death (Ex. 21:29)?

            A.        The owner was to pay a fine

            B.        The owner had to give the family another bull

            C.        The owner was to be beaten with rods

            D.        The owner must also be put to death

D:A:Ex:21

 

310.  If a person digs a pit and an animal falls into it, what penalty was to

            be paid (Ex. 21:33)?

            A.        The person must pay for the animal and the dead animal was

theirs

            B.        The person had to replace the animal and the dead animal was

                        also returned to its owner

            C.        The person had to kill one of his own animals

            D.        The person had to pay five times what the animal was worth

A:A:Ex:21

 

311.  If a person's bull gores another animal, how was justice to be rendered

(Ex. 21:35)?

            A.        The dead animal must be replaced

            B.        The person must pay five times what the animal was worth

            C.        The dead animal was split and the live animal sold and the price

divided equally

            D.        The dead animal must be replaced and the owner beaten with

rods

C:A:Ex:21

 

312.  What was the punishment for the person that kidnapped someone

(Ex. 21:16)?

            A.        Beaten with rods

            B.        Death

            C.        Enslaved

            D.        Pay 5 shekels of silver

B:B:Ex:21

 

 

Exodus 22 Multiple Choice Questions

 

313.  If a person steals an ox, how many oxen must they repay (Ex. 22:1)?

            A.        One

            B.        Two

            C.        Three

            D.        Four

            E.         Five

E:A:Ex:22

 

314.  If a person steals a sheep, how many sheep must they repay (Ex. 22:1)?

            A.        One

            B.        Two

            C.        Three

            D.        Four

            E.         Five

D:A:Ex:22

 

315.  If a thief is struck and killed at night by a homeowner, the homeowner

            (Ex. 22:2)

            A.        Is not guilty of bloodshed

            B.        Must be taken before a judge

            C.        Is guilty of bloodshed

            D.        Must pay the family 30 pieces of silver

A:I:Ex:22

 

316.  If a thief is struck and killed during the day by a homeowner, the

homeowner     (Ex. 22:2)

            A.        Is not guilty of bloodshed

            B.        Must be taken before a judge

            C.        Is guilty of bloodshed

            D.        Must pay the family 30 pieces of silver

C:I:Ex:22

 

317.  If a thief has nothing to repay the person he stole from, what penalty is

            put on the thief (Ex. 22:3)?

            A.        He must serve the owner 7 months

            B.        He must be sold as a slave

            C.        He is put in jail for one month

            D.        He must work till the debt is paid

D:I:Ex:22

 

318.  If a stolen animal is found, what amount of restitution must be made

(Ex. 22:4)?

            A.        None

            B.        The value of the animal

            C.        Twice the value of the animal

            D.        Three times the value of the animal

            E.         Four times the value of the animal

C:A:Ex:22

 

319.  If the owner of an animal lets his animal graze on another person's field

            (Ex. 22:5)

            A.        He shall be brought before a judge

            B.        He must make restitution from the best of his fields

            C.        He must give the animal to the other person

            D.        He must pay back double what was eaten

B:A:Ex:22

 

320.  If someone is given goods from a neighbor for safe keeping and the

goods are stolen and the thief not caught, what procedure should be

followed (Ex. 22:8)?

            A.        The safe keeper must repay double

            B.        The safe keeper must repay what was stolen

            C.        The safe keeper is not responsible

            D.        The safe keeper is to be brought before a judge

D:A:Ex:22

 

321.  If someone illegally possessed an ox, donkey, or garment, he must make

restitution of ____ times its value (Ex. 22:9)

            A.        One

            B.        Two

            C.        Three

            D.        Four

            E.         Five

B:A:Ex:22

 

322.  If one gives an animal to a neighbor for safe keeping and it dies when

no one is looking, they must _____ (Ex. 22:11)

            A.        Repay the value of the animal

            B.        Repay double the value of the animal

            C.        Go before a judge for a decision

            D.        Take an oath before the LORD

D:A:Ex:22

 

323.  If one gives an animal to a neighbor for safe keeping and it is torn

to pieces by a wild animal, they must _____ (Ex. 22:13)

A.        Bring the owner the pieces and make no other payment

B.        Bring the owner the pieces and pay the value of the animal

C.        Repay double the value of the animal

D.        Take an oath before the LORD that they were not responsible

A:A:Ex:22

 

324.  If a person hires an animal and it dies while working for him and he is

not present, he must _____ (Ex. 22:14)

            A.        Pay double the price of the animal

            B.        Make restitution for the dead animal

            C.        Not be responsible and just pays the rental costs

            D.        Go before a judge who will decide the amount owed

B:A:Ex:22

 

325.  If a person hires an animal and it dies while working for him and he is

present, he must _____ (Ex. 22:15)

            A.        Pay double the price of the animal

            B.        Make restitution for the dead animal

            C.        Not be responsible and just pays the rental costs

            D.        Go before a judge who will decide the amount owed

C:A:Ex:22

 

326.  If a man seduces a virgin who is not pledged in marriage, he must

            A.        Pay 50 gold pieces

            B.        Go before a judge who will decide the penalty

            C.        Be put to death

            D.        Pay the price of the bride and marry her

D:A:Ex:22

 

327.  All of the following were to be put to death EXCEPT (Ex. 22:18ff)

            A.        A man who steals an ox

            B.        A sorceress

            C.        One have sex with animals

            D.        One sacrificing to other gods

A:I:Ex:22

 

328.  All of the following were explicitly listed as not to be oppressed or

taken advantage of EXCEPT (Ex. 22:21f)

            A.        Alien

            B.        Slave

            C.        Widow

            D.        Orphan

B:I:Ex:22

 

329.  Whose cry will God hear and respond with anger and judgment on those

taking advantage of them (Ex. 22:24)?

            A.        Widows

            B.        Foreigners

            C.        Children

            D.        The elderly

A:I:Ex:22

 

330.  What accommodations where made for lending money to the poor

(Ex. 22:25)?

            A.        They are to be given time to repay

            B.        They are to be forgiven their debt

            C.        They are to be charged no interest

            D.        They are allowed to work off their debt

C:A:Ex:22

 

331.  A neighbor's cloak that is borrowed is to be returned before _____

            (Ex. 22:26)

            A.        Sunrise

            B.        Mid-day

            C.        The sabbath

            D.        Sunset

D:A:Ex:22

 

332.  Who is not to be cursed (Ex. 22:28)?

            A.        The children

            B.        The ruler of your people

            C.        Those carrying the tabernacle

            D.        The foreigners living among them

B:A:Ex:22

 

333.  On what day were the firstborn to be given to God (Ex. 22:30)?

            A.        First

            B.        Seventh

            C.        Eighth

            D.        Twelfth

C:A:Ex:22

 

334.  Animals torn by wild beasts were not to be eaten because (Ex. 22:31)

            A.        They might get disease

            B.        The animal was to be sacrificed

            C.        They were to be a holy people

            D.        They were to be a merciful people

C:I:Ex:22

 

 

Exodus 23 Multiple Choice Questions

 

335.  What is not to be spread in Israel (Ex. 23:1)?

            A.        Disease

            B.        Worship of other gods

            C.        False reports

            D.        Slavery

C:I:Ex:23

 

336.  Who were the Israelites not to follow (Ex. 23:2)?

            A.        The way of the wicked

            B.        The crowd doing wrong

            C.        The alien worshipping his gods

            D.        The Canaanites

B:A:Ex:23

 

337.  Who is explicitly listed as one to whom favoritism is not to be shown

            in a lawsuit (Ex. 23:3)?

            A.        The rich

            B.        The ruler

            C.        The priest

            D.        The poor

D:A:Ex:23

 

338.  Whose wandering ox or donkey must they be sure to take back

(Ex. 23:4)?

            A.        Their enemy's

            B.        Their neighbor's

            C.        The alien's

            D.        The poor

A:A:Ex:23

 

339.  To whom is justice not to be denied (Ex. 23:6)?

            A.        The rich

            B.        The ruler

            C.        The priest

            D.        The poor

D:B:Ex:23

 

340.  Who is not to be put to death (Ex. 23:7)?

            A.        The poor

            B.        An innocent person

            C.        One's neighbor

            D.        The alien

B:I:Ex:23

 

341.  What twists the words of the righteous (Ex. 23:8)?

            A.        A deceitful mouth

            B.        A wicked judge

            C.        A bribe

            D.        A false witness

C:I:Ex:23

 

342.  Who were the Israelites not to oppress because they had been in that

            role themselves (Ex. 23:9)?

            A.        The alien

            B.        The poor

            C.        The slaves

            D.        The travelers

A:A:Ex:23

 

343.  What year is the land to lie unplowed (Ex. 23:10)?

            A.        First

            B.        Sixth

            C.        Seventh

            D.        Twelfth

C:B:Ex:23

 

344.  Who is to eat from the land in the unplowed year (Ex. 23:11)?

            A.        No one

            B.        The poor

            C.        The alien

            D.        The priests

B:B:Ex:23

 

345.  All of the following are explicitly listed as getting rest on the sabbath

day EXCEPT (Ex. 23:12)?

            A.        Slave

            B.        Alien

            C.        Ox

            D.        Sheep

D:A:Ex:23

 

346.  What explicitly listed as not to be heard on the lips of the Israelites

(Ex. 23:13)?

            A.        Remembrance of any Egyptian Pharaohs

            B.        The names of other gods

            C.        Complaints against God

            D.        Cursing

B:A:Ex:23

 

347.   How many times a year were the Israelites to celebrate a festival before

            the LORD (Ex. 23:14)?

            A.        Once

            B.        Three times

            C.        Five times

            D.        Seven times

B:B:Ex:23

 

348.  In what month did the Israelites come out of Egypt (Ex. 23:15)?

            A.        Nisan

            B.        Aboth

            C.        Abib

            D.        Rishon

C:A:Ex:23

 

349.  What celebration took place for seven days remembering their coming

out of Egypt (Ex. 23:15)?

            A.        Feast of Unleavened bread

            B.        Passover

            C.        Day of Atonement

            D.        Feast of Weeks

A:B:Ex:23

 

350.  What feast was celebrated with the firstfruits of their crops (Ex. 23:16)?

            A.        Feast of Pentecost

            B.        Feast of Passover

            C.        Feast of Harvest

            D.        Feast of Ingathering

C:A:Ex:23

 

351.  What feast was celebrated with the end of their gathering of crops

(Ex. 23:16)?

            A.        Feast of Pentecost

            B.        Feast of Passover

            C.        Feast of Harvest

            D.        Feast of Ingathering

D:A:Ex:23

 

352.  A blood sacrifice was not to be offered with what substance

(Ex. 23:18)?

            A.        Wheat

            B.        Barley

            C.        Yeast

            D.        Fat

C:B:Ex:23

 

353.  Where were the firstfuits to be brought (Ex. 23:19)?

            A.        To the altar of the holy one

            B.        To the house of the LORD

            C.        To the priest of God

            D.        To the festivals of the LORD

B:I:Ex:23

 

354.  God's angel was sent ahead of Israel to ______ Israel and bring them

            into the place God had prepared for them (Ex. 23:20)

            A.        Guide

            B.        Fight for

            C.        Provide for

            D.        Guard

D:I:Ex:23

 

355.  What was found in the angel which God sent to bring them into the

place he had prepared for them (Ex. 23:21)?

            A.        The name of God

            B.        The fire of God

            C.        The holiness of God

            D.        The righteousness of God

A:I:Ex:23

 

356.  All of the following were listed as groups God's angel would wipe out in

            the promised land EXCEPT (Ex. 23:23)

            A.        Philistines

            B.        Amorites

            C.        Hittites

            D.        Canaanites

            E.         Jebusites

A:A:Ex:23

 

357.  What animal would God send to drive out the Canaanites (Ex. 23:28)?

            A.        The ox

            B.        The hornet

            C.        The locust

            D.        Snakes

B:I:Ex:23

 

358.  Why would God not drive out the Canaanites in a single year

(Ex. 23:29)?

            A.        Because Israel would be tempted to think they did it

            B.        Because Israel would follow their gods

            C.        Because the land would become desolate

            D.        Because there would be too many slaves in Israel

C:I:Ex:23

 

359.  All of the following are said to be the boundaries of the land God was

giving Israel EXCEPT (Ex. 23:31)

            A.        The Mountain of the LORD

            B.        The Sea of the Philistines

            C.        The Red Sea

            D.        The desert

            E.         The River

A:I:Ex:23


360.  Israel was not to let the residents of Canaan stay in the land because

            (Ex. 23:33)

            A.        They were under the judgment of God

            B.        They would rebel against Israel

            C.        They join with Israel's enemies

            D.        Their gods would be a snare to Israel

D:B:Ex:23

 

361.  A young goat was not to be cooked in (Ex. 23:19)?

            A.        Olive oil

            B.        Yeast

            C.        Its mother's milk

            D.        Its father's fat

C:B:Ex:23

 

362.  When Israel took the land what were they to break to pieces

(Ex. 23:24)?

            A.        Their sacred stones

            B.        Their altars

            C.        Their high places

            D.        Their temples

A:I:Ex:23

 

363.  If Israel worshipped the LORD, he would take what away from them

            (Ex. 23:25)?

            A.        Famine

            B.        Plagues

            C.        Poverty

            D.        Sickness

D:I:Ex:23

 

 

 

Exodus 24 Multiple Choice Questions

 

364.  All of the following were explicitly listed as going up to the LORD

on Mount Sinai EXCEPT (Ex. 24:1)

A.        Aaron

B.        Nadab

C.        The seventy elders

D.        Korah

E.         Abihu

D:I:Ex:24

 

365.  Who was explicitly not to go up to worship the LORD on Mount

            Sinai (Ex. 24:2)?

            A.        The people

            B.        The Egyptians

            C.        The seventy elders

            D.        The women

A:I:Ex:24

 

366.  When Moses told the people all the LORD's words and laws, how did the

people respond (Ex. 24:3)?

            A.        They worshipped God

            B.        They said they would do it

            C.        They bowed at Moses' feet

            D.        They wanted to go back to Egypt

B:B:Ex:24

 

367.  After telling the people the law, Moses set up twelve pillars representing

the _________ (Ex. 24:4)

            A.        Twelve stars around the throne

            B.        The twelve spirits of God

            C.        The twelve tribes of Israel

            D.        The twelve days they had camped at Sinai

C:B:Ex:24

 

368.  Where did Moses sprinkle half of the blood that was not put in bowls

at the Sinai covenant ceremony (Ex. 24:6)?

            A.        On the left ear of Aaron

            B.        On the pillars he had set up

            C.        On the people

            D.        On the altar

D:A:Ex:24

 

369.  What book did Moses read to the people (Ex. 24:7)?

            A.        The book of Genesis

            B.        The book of the Covenant

            C.        The book of the Law

            D.        The book of God

B:I:Ex:24

 

370.  What did Moses do to solemnize that the people were promising to

obey the words contained in the Sinai covenant (Ex. 24:8)?

            A.        Sprinkled blood on the people

            B.        Killed a lamb on the altar

            C.        Sprinkled water on the people

            D.        Put blood on the altar

A:I:Ex:24

 

371.  All of the following saw the God of Israel on Mount Sinai when the

covenant was made EXCEPT (Ex. 24:9)?

            A.        Aaron

            B.        Nadab

            C.        Elders of Israel

            D.        Gershom

D:A:Ex:24

 

372.  When the elders saw God, what did they do in his presence (Ex. 24:11)?

            A.        They took off their shoes

            B.        They put blood on their left ear

            C.        They ate and drank

            D.        They fell down as dead

C:I:Ex:24

 

373.  What did the elders of Israel see under God's feet (Ex. 24:10)?

            A.        Marble pavement

            B.        Sapphire pavement

            C.        Gold pavement

            D.        Pavement of light

B:I:Ex:24

 

374.  Who was Moses' aid when he went up to receive the tablets of stone

(Ex. 24:13)?

            A.        Aaron

            B.        Hur

            C.        Joshua

            D.        Gershom

C:B:Ex:24

 

375.  God called Moses up on Mount Sinai in order to receive what

            from God (Ex. 24:12)?

            A.        Stone tablets

            B.        The book of the covenant

            C.        The ark

            D.        The priestly garments

A:B:Ex:24

 

376.  To the Israelites, what did the cloud on top of Mount Sinai look like

            (Ex. 24:17)?

            A.        A holy smoke

            B.        A consuming fire

            C.        A thick darkness

            D.        Chariot of fire

B:I:Ex:24

 

377.  How many days was Moses on Mount Sinai with God, receiving the

            covenant (Ex. 24:18)?

            A.        Twelve days

            B.        Seven days

            C.        Fourteen days

            D.        Forty days

D:B:Ex:24

 

378.  While Moses was on Mount Sinai, who was to decide disputes among

the people (Ex. 24:14)?

            A.        Aaron and Nadab

            B.        Aaron and Joshua

            C.        Aaron and Hur

            D.        Miriam and Aaron

C:A:Ex:24

 

 

 

Exodus 25 Multiple Choice Questions

 

379.  When God commanded the Israelites to bring an offering for the

materials for the tabernacle all of the following were included

EXCEPT (Ex. 25:3f)

            A.        Silver

            B.        Bronze

            C.        Ram skins dyed red

            D.        Alabaster

            E.         Olive oil

D:I:Ex:25

 

380.  What type of hides were to be brought for the tabernacle (Ex. 25:4)?

            A.        Sheep skins

            B.        Badger hides

            C.        Sea cow hides

            D.        Cow hides

C:B:Ex:25

 

381.  What was brought and used for the light in the tabernacle (Ex. 25:6)?

            A.        Wax

            B.        Olive oil

            C.        Wood shavings

            D.        Wicks of goats' hair

B:B:Ex:25

 

382.  Onyx and precious stones were to be brought to be mounted on the

(Ex. 25:7)

            A.        Breastpiece

            B.        Ark

            C.        The holy of holies

            D.        The altar of incense

A:B:Ex:25

 

383.  The sanctuary was to be made so that (Ex. 25:8)

            A.        The people could fear God

            B.        They would have a place to keep ten commandments

            C.        God would dwell among them

            D.        God could be worshipped in the desert

C:B:Ex:25

 

384.  The chest, or ark, was made of what type of wood (Ex. 25:10)?

            A.        Oak

            B.        Cedar

            C.        Palm

            D.        Acacia

D:I:Ex:25

 

385.  The ark, or chest, was to be overlaid with (Ex. 25:11)?

            A.        Silver

            B.        Gold

            C.        Gems

            D.        Goat skins dyed red

B:B:Ex:25

 

386.  The poles fit into what, that were located on the ark/chest (Ex. 25:12)?

            A.        Rings

            B.        Sockets

            C.        Clamps

            D.        Fixtures

A:I:Ex:25

 

387.  What were they told explicitly not to remove from the ark/chest

(Ex. 25:15)?

            A.        The rings

            B.        The gold

            C.        The poles

            D.        The lid

C:A:Ex:25

 

388.  What was made of pure gold and put on top of the ark (Ex. 25:17, 21)?

            A.        The covenant of the testimony

            B.        The cover of the presence

            C.        The altar of incense

            D.        The atonement cover

D:B:Ex:25

 

389.  What was on the atonement cover or mercy seat (Ex. 25:18)?

            A.        Two horns

            B.        Two cherubim facing each other

            C.        An angel of the presence

            D.        Two cups for the blood

B:B:Ex:25

 

390.  What was initially to be placed in the ark/chest (Ex. 25:21)?

            A.        The Testimony which God was giving them

            B.        The rod of Moses which he had used against Egypt

            C.        A jar of the water of the Nile

            D.        A small pillar rock from Mount Sinai

A:I:Ex:25

 

391.  The table for the tabernacle was made of what type of wood

(Ex. 25:23)?

            A.        Oak

            B.        Cedar

            C.        Palm

            D.        Acacia

D:I:Ex:25

 

392.  The rim around the table was to be how wide (Ex. 25:25)?

            A.        A cubit

            B.        A handbreadth

            C.        A foot

            D.        A finger width

B:A:Ex:25

 

393.  How long is a cubit (Ex. 25:10)?

            A.        The length of a hand (8 inches)

            B.        The length of a foot (12 inches)

            C.        The length of a forearm (18 inches)

            D.        A length of the reach of two arms (6 foot)

C:B:Ex:25

 

394.  What was used to carry the table (Ex. 25:28)?

            A.        A special cart

            B.        Priestly gloves

            C.        A holy back pack

            D.        Poles

D:B: :Ex:25

 

395.  What was to be placed on the tabernacle table at all times (Ex. 25:30)?

            A.        The bread of the presence

            B.        The oil of holy fragrence

            C.        The priestly scepter

            D.        A pot of manna

A:B:Ex:25

 

396.  Besides the center lamp, how many branches did the tabernacle

lampstand have (Ex. 25:32)?

            A.        Six

            B.        Seven

            C.        Eight

            D.        Twelve

A:B:Ex:25

 

397.  The cups on the lampstand were to be shaped like _______ flowers

(Ex. 25:33)

            A.        Crocus

            B.        Poppy

            C.        Lotus

            D.        Almond

D:I:Ex:25

 

398.  How many lamps were there on the tabernacle lampstand (Ex. 25:37)?

            A.        Six

            B.        Seven

            C.        Eight

            D.        Twelve

B:B:Ex:25

 

 

Exodus 26 Multiple Choice Questions

 

399.  How many curtains of finely twisted linen were used for the tabernacle

            tent (Ex. 26:1)?

            A.        1

            B.        7

            C.        10

            D.        20

C:A:Ex:26

 

400.  All the tabernacle linen curtains were to be ___ by ___ cubits (Ex. 26:2)

            A.        30 x 5

            B.        28 x 4

            C.        10 x 10

            D.        43 x 5

B:A:Ex:26

401.  The tabernacle linen curtains were made of purple, scarlet and ______

color    (Ex. 26:1)

            A.        Gold

            B.        Green

            C.        Silver

            D.        Blue

D:I:Ex:26

 

402.  How many goat hair curtains were used in the tabernacle (Ex. 26:7)?

            A.        10

            B.        11

            C.        15

            D.        21

B:A:Ex:26

 

403.  How much of a goat hair curtain was left to hang over the back of

            the tabernacle (Ex. 26:12)?

            A.        1/2

            B.        1/3

            C.        1/4

            D.        Doubled

A:A:Ex:26

 

404.  What were the clasps made of that held the goat-skin curtains together

(Ex. 26:11)?

            A.        Silver

            B.        Gold

            C.        Bronze

            D.        Copper

C:A:Ex:26

 

405.  The ram skin covering of the tabernacle was to be dyed what color

(Ex. 26:14)?

            A.        Blue

            B.        Purple

            C.        Gold

            D.        Red

D:B:Ex:26

 

406.  What was the final or outer set of curtains that covered the tabernacle

            made of (Ex. 26:14)?

            A.        Hides of sea cows

            B.        Hides of oxen

            C.        Sheep skin

            D.        Goat skin

A:B:Ex:26

407.  The upright frames for the tabernacle were made of _______ wood

(Ex. 26:15)

            A.        Oak

            B.        Olive

            C.        Cedar

            D.        Acacia

D:I:Ex:26

 

408.  The bases that the tabernacle wood frames were to fit into were made

            of ______ (Ex. 26:19)

            A.        Gold

            B.        Silver

            C.        Bonze

            D.        Copper

B:A:Ex:26

 

409.  How many bases were under each wood frame of the tabernacle

(Ex. 26:25)?

            A.        One

            B.        Two

            C.        Three

            D.        Five

B:A:Ex:26

 

410.  How many crossbars were made to hold the frames of the tabernacle

together (Ex. 26:26)?

            A.        Three

            B.        Four

            C.        Five

            D.        Seven

C:A:Ex:26

 

411.  The frames and crossbars of the tabernacle were to be overlaid with

            __________ (Ex. 26:29)

            A.        Gold

            B.        Silver

            C.        Bronze

            D.        Copper

A:B:Ex:26

 

412.  The curtain that separated the holy place and the most holy place

had what embroidered into it (Ex. 26:31)?

            A.        A mountain

            B.        A cloud

            C.        The law

            D.        Cherubim

D:B:Ex:26

 

413.  The curtain that separated the holy place and the most holy     place

was made of _________ (Ex. 26:31)

A.        Goat hair

            B.        Finely twisted linen

            C.        Sheeps' wool

            D.        Ram skins

B:I:Ex:26

 

414.  What was put in the Most Holy Place behind the curtain (Ex. 26:34)?

            A.        Nothing

            B.        The table of the presence

            C.        The ark of the testimony

            D.        The lampstand

C:B:Ex:26

 

415.  What was put on the north side in the Holy Place (Ex. 26:35)?

            A.        The table

            B.        The lampstand

            C.        The altar of incense

            D.        The ark of the testimony

A:A:Ex:26

 

416.  What was put on the south side in the Holy Place (Ex. 26:35)?

            A.        The table

            B.        The lampstand

            C.        The altar of incense

            D.        The ark of the testimony

B:A:Ex:26

 

417.  The tabernacle was to be made according to the plan Moses had seen

            where (Ex. 26:30)?

            A.        In heaven

            B.        In a vision

            C.        On the mountain

            D.        In Egypt

C:B:Ex:26

 

418.  How many loops were on each of the curtains of the tabernacle

(Ex. 26:5)?

            A.        30

            B.        40

            C.        50

            D.        60

C:A:Ex:26

Exodus 27 Multiple Choice Questions

 

419.  The altar of burnt offering was made of what kind of wood (Ex. 27:1)?

            A.        Oak

            B.        Cedar

            C.        Acacia

            D.        Olive

C:I:Ex:27

 

420. The dimensions of the altar of burnt offering were _______  (Ex. 27:1)

            (cubit = 18 inches [1.5 feet])

            A.        2 x 4 x 4 cubits

            B.        3 x 5 x 5 cubits

            C.        4 x 6 x 6 cubits

            D.        5 x 5 x 5 cubits

B:A:Ex:27

 

421.  What was on each of the corners of the altar of burnt offering (Ex. 27:2)?

            A.        A trumpet

            B.        A sheep head

            C.        Bud and blossom

            D.        A horn

D:B:Ex:27

 

422.  The altar of burnt offering was overlaid with what (Ex. 27:6)?

            A.        Bronze

            B.        Silver

            C.        Gold

            D.        Copper

A:B:Ex:27

 

423.  All of the following were utensils used with the altar of burnt offering

            EXCEPT (Ex. 27:3f)

            A.        Shovels

            B.        Washing pots

            C.        Meat forks

            D.        Sprinkling bowls

B:A:Ex:27

 

424.  The altar of burnt offering was to be carried by or on ___________

(Ex. 27:6)

            A.        Rings and poles

            B.        Cart

            C.        Wheels

            D.        Sled

A:I:Ex:27

425.  The courtyard around the tabernacle was (cubit = 1.5 feet) _________

(Ex. 27:18)

            A.        75 x 125 cubits

            B.        100 x 100 cubits

            C.        50 x 100 cubits

            D.        50 x 75 cubits

C:B:Ex:27

 

426.  The curtains of the courtyard were made of __________ (Ex. 27:9)

            A.        Goat hair

            B.        Sheep wool

            C.        Ram skins dyed red

            D.        Finely twisted linen

D:A:Ex:27

 

427.  The bases for the courtyard curtains were made of _________

(Ex. 27:11)

            A.        Bronze

            B.        Silver

            C.        Gold

            D.        Copper

A:I:Ex:27

 

428.  The curtains for the courtyard were how high (Ex. 27:18)?

            (cubit = 18 inches [1.5 feet])

            A.        Four cubits

            B.        Five cubits

            C.        Six cubits

            D.        Seven cubits

B:A:Ex:27

 

429.  The tent pegs to hold the courtyard curtains were made of __________

(Ex. 27:19)

            A.        Bronze

            B.        Silver

            C.        Gold

            D.        Copper

A:A:Ex:27

 

430.  What was to be burned in the lamp in the tent of meeting (Ex. 27:20)?

            A.        Wax

            B.        Goats hair

            C.        Olive oil

            D.        Acacia wood

C:I:Ex:27

 

431.  Who was responsible for keeping the lights of the tent of meeting

burning (Ex. 27:21)?

            A.        Moses and Aaron

            B.        Aaron and his sons

            C.        The Levites

            D.        All Israel

B:B:Ex:27

 

432.  The entrance of the courtyard was on what side (Ex. 27:13f)?

            A.        North

            B.        South

            C.        East

            D.        West

C:B:Ex:27

 

 

Exodus 28 Multiple Choice Questions

 

433.  All of the following were sons of Aaron who were to be priests before

            the LORD EXCEPT (Ex. 28:1)

            A.        Nadab

            B.        Abihu

            C.        Hur

            D.        Eleazar

            E.         Ithamar

C:B:Ex:28

 

434.  The sacred garments were made for the priests to give them ________

(Ex. 28:2)

            A.        Dignity and honor

            B.        Justice and righteousness

            C.        Holiness and the fear of the LORD

            D.        Goodness and faithfulness

A:I:Ex:28

 

435.  All of the following were listed as special clothes made by wise

craftsman for the priests EXCEPT (Ex. 28:4)

            A.        Robe

            B.        Breastpiece

            C.        Turban

            D.        Sandals

            E.         Ephod

D:B:Ex:28

 

436.  The ephod was made up of all of the following colors of finely twisted

linen EXCEPT (Ex. 28:6)

            A.        Blue

            B.        Silver

            C.        Purple

            D.        Scarlet

B:I:Ex:28

 

437.  Two stones of _______ were to be worn on the ephod (outer vest) on the

priests shoulders (Ex. 28:9)

            A.        Onyx

            B.        Ruby

            C.        Gold

            D.        Turquoise

A:I:Ex:28

 

438.  What was to be engraved on the two shoulder pieces on the priestly

ephod [outer vest] (Ex. 28:10)?

            A.        Holiness to the LORD

            B.        Justice and mercy

            C.        The names of the twelve sons of Israel

            D.        The ten commandments

C:A:Ex:28

 

439.  The breastpiece was to have how many stones on it (Ex. 28:17f)?

            A.        Three

            B.        Seven

            C.        Twelve

            D.        Twenty-four

C:I:Ex:28

 

440.  The two upper rings of the breastpiece were to fasten to ______

(Ex. 28:25)

            A.        Turban

            B.        Across the back of the ephod (shirt)

            C.        The front of the robe

            D.        Shoulder pieces of the ephod (shirt)

D:A:Ex:28

 

441.  The lower gold rings of the ephod (outer vest) were to be connected to

            ________ (Ex. 28:25f)

            A.        The robe

            B.        The waistband

            C.        The ephod

            D.        The turban

B:A:Ex:28

 

442.  The breastpiece was worn over Aaron's _____ (Ex. 28:29)

            A.        Heart

            B.        Head

            C.        Stomach

            D.        Loins

A:I:Ex:28

 

443.  What was put inside the breastpiece (Ex. 28:30)?

            A.        A gold model of the ten commandments

            B.        A piece of manna

            C.        The Urim and Thummim

            D.        A stone with the names of the twelve tribes engraved on it

C:B:Ex:28

 

444.  The breastpiece was used for ________  (Ex. 28:29)

            A.        Protecting the people

            B.        Proclaiming God's holiness

            C.        A memorial of the covenant

            D.        Making decisions

D:B:Ex:28

 

445.  What was engraved on the stones on the breastpiece (Ex. 28:21)?

            A.        The names of the sons of Israel

            B.        The names of God

            C.        Holiness to the LORD

            D.        Justice and Mercy

A:I:Ex:28

 

446.  The robe was to be made entirely of what color (Ex. 28:31)?

            A.        Scarlet

            B.        Purple

            C.        Blue

            D.        Gold

C:A:Ex:28

 

447.  What were attached to the bottom hem of the priest's robe in blue,

scarlet and purple colors (Ex. 28:33)?

            A.        Olives

            B.        Pomegranates

            C.        Figs

            D.        Grapes

B:I:Ex:28

 

448.  What gold objects were to be attached to the hem of the priest's robe

(Ex. 28:34)?

            A.        Rings

            B.        Harps

            C.        Cymbals

            D.        Bells

D:I:Ex:28

 

449.  On the priests turban was fastened a gold plate which read _________

(Ex. 28:36)

            A.        The names of the sons of Israel

            B.        The names of God

            C.        Holiness to the LORD

            D.        Justice and Mercy

C:B:Ex:28

 

450.  After Aaron was robed with the priestly garments Moses was to

            ________ and ordain and consecrate him as a priest (Ex. 28:41)

            A.        Baptize

            B.        Anoint

            C.        Make a sacrifice for

            D.        Dedicate

B:I:Ex:28

 

451.  When were the priestly garments to be worn (Ex. 28:43)?

            A.        Whenever the priests went into the Tent of Meeting

            B.        At all times

            C.        At feast times

            D.        Only on the day of atonement

A:I:Ex:28

 

 

 

Exodus 29 Multiple Choice Questions

 

452.  In order to consecrate Aaron and his sons as priests, a young _____ and

            two rams were offered (Ex. 29:1)

            A.        Sheep

            B.        Ox

            C.        Bull

            D.        Goat

C:I:Ex:29

 

453.  In order to consecrate Aaron and his sons as priests, fine wheat flour was

            mixed with what substance (Ex. 29:2)?

            A.        Salt

            B.        Yeast

            C.        Spices

            D.        Olive oil

D:A:Ex:29

 

454.  In order to consecrate Aaron and his sons as priests, fine wheat flour was

            NOT mixed with what substance (Ex. 29:2)?

            A.        Salt

            B.        Yeast

            C.        Spices

            D.        Olive oil

B:B:Ex:29

 

455.  Prior to dressing Aaron and his sons in the priestly robes, what were

            they to do (Ex. 29:4)?

            A.        Wash with water

            B.        Anoint themselves with oil

            C.        Fast for three days

            D.        Grab the horns of the altar

A:I:Ex:29

 

456.  Aaron was to be ritually dressed for consecration with all of the

following items EXCEPT (Ex. 29:5)

            A.        Ephod

            B.        Turban

            C.        Sandals

            D.        Breastpiece

            E.         Robe

C:I:Ex:29

 

457.  Where was the sacred diadem that said "Holy to the LORD" attached

during Aaron's consecration (Ex. 29:6)?

A.        To the ephod

B.        To the robe

C.        To the Breastpiece

D.        To the turban

D:I:Ex:29

 

458.  When Aaron was consecrated, where was the olive oil poured (Ex. 29:7)?

            A.        On his head

            B.        On his feet

            C.        On his hands

            D.        On his lips

A:B:Ex:29

 

459.  Prior to the offering of the bull for Aaron's and his sons' consecration,

what were they to do with the bull (Ex. 29:10)?

            A.        Recite the law over the bull

            B.        Confess their sins over the bull

            C.        Lay their hands on the bull's head

            D.        Lead the bull outside the camp for slaughter

C:I:Ex:29

 

460.  Where was some of the bull's blood placed as Aaron and his sons were

being consecrated (Ex. 29:12)?

            A.        On the head of Aaron and his sons

            B.        On the ark of the testimony

            C.        On curtains of the tabernacle

            D.        On the horns of the altar

D:A:Ex:29

 

461.  The fat of the bull covering the liver and kidneys for Aaron's

consecration was to be _________ (Ex. 29:13)

A.        Burned outside the camp

B.        Burned on the altar

C.        Buried outside the camp

D.        Put on the horns of the altar

B:A:Ex:29

 

462.  The hide of the bull used in Aaron's consecration was to be

___________  (Ex. 29:14)

A.        Burned outside the camp

B.        Burned on the altar

C.        Buried outside the camp

D.        Put on the horns of the altar

A:A:Ex:29

 

463.  The bull that was used in Aaron's consecration was offered as a

            _____________ (Ex. 29:14f)

            A.        Burnt offering

            B.        Peace offering

            C.        Sin offering

            D.        Fellowship offering

C:A:Ex:29

 

464.  What was done just prior to the slaying of the first ram that was offered

in Aaron's consecration (Ex. 29:15)?

A.        They washed their hands

B.        They sprinkled the ram's head with olive oil

C.        They confessed their sins before the people

D.        They laid their hands on the head of the ram

D:I:Ex:29

 

465.  The first ram in Aaron's consecration was considered a _________

            (Ex. 29:15f)

            A.        Burnt offering

            B.        Peace offering

            C.        Sin offering

            D.        Fellowship offering

A:A:Ex:29

 

466.  The blood from the second ram in Aaron's consecration was to

            be placed in all of the following places EXCEPT (Ex. 29:20f)

            A.        On Aaron's right ear

            B.        On Aaron's right eyebrow

            C.        On Aaron's right hand thumb

            D.        On Aaron's big toe on his right foot

B:I:Ex:29

 

467.  The second ram offered in Aaron's consecration was called the

            lamb of _______ (Ex. 29:27)

            A.        Consecration

            B.        Sancitification

            C.        Ordination

            D.        Purification

C:A:Ex:29

 

468.  The pieces of the second ram in Aaron's consecration were to

            be _________  (Ex. 29:24)

            A.        Waved before the LORD

            B.        Burned on the altar

            C.        Given to the poor people

            D.        Eaten by the people of Israel

A:A:Ex:29

 

469.  The second ram that was offered in Aaron's consecration was

            considered to be a _________  (Ex. 29:28)

            A.        Burnt offering

            B.        Peace offering

            C.        Sin offering

            D.        Fellowship offering

D:A:Ex:29

 

470.  Who was allowed to eat the fellowship offering ram of ordination

during Aaron's consecration (Ex. 29:33)?

            A.        No one as it was all burnt up

            B.        Aaron and his sons

            C.        All the people of Israel

D.        The widows and orphans of Israel

B:I:Ex:29


471.  In order to make atonement for the Aaron and his sons, what was to be

offered for seven days (Ex. 29:36)?

            A.        A ram

            B.        A lamb

            C.        A bull

            D.        A pigeon

C:A:Ex:29

 

472.  What was to be offered each day at morning and at twilight (Ex. 29:38)?

            A.        A ram

            B.        A lamb

            C.        A bull

            D.        A pigeon

B:I:Ex:29

 

473.  What was offered as a drink offering during the morning and evening

sacrifice (Ex. 29:40)?

            A.        Wine

            B.        Water

            C.        Grape juice

            D.        Honey

A:A:Ex:29

 

474.  What was offered as a grain offering during the morning and evening

            sacrifice (Ex. 29:40)?

            A.        Seven heads of barley and wheat grain

            B.        Flour mixed with olive oil

            C.        Seven baked cakes without yeast

            D.        One cake with yeast

B:A:Ex:29

 

475.  By what would the tent of meeting be consecrated (Ex. 29:43)?

            A.        By the holy altar

            B.        By the shedding of blood

            C.        By God's glory

            D.        By the daily sacrifices

C:I:Ex:29

 

476.  After the tent of meeting was consecrated, what would the Israelites

            know (Ex. 29:46)?

            A.        That the LORD brought them out of Egypt

            B.        That the LORD is the only true God

            C.        That the LORD is full of compassion forgiving sins

            D.        That the LORD is holy

A:B:Ex:29

 

 

 

Exodus 30 Multiple Choice Questions

 

477.  The altar of incense was made of ________ wood (Ex. 30:1)

            A.        Oak

            B.        Cedar

            C.        Acacia

            D.        Olive

C:I:Ex:30

 

478.  The altar of incense was overlaid with ______ (Ex. 30:3)

            A.        Gold

            B.        Silver

            C.        Bronze

            D.        Copper

A:B:Ex:30

 

479. The altar of incense was to be carried by or on _____ (Ex. 30:5)

            A.        A cart

            B.        The back of a donkey

            C.        Wheels

            D.        Poles

D:B:Ex:30

 

480. How often was incense to be placed on the incense altar (Ex. 30:7f)?

            A.        Once a day

            B.        Morning and evening

            C.        Morning, noon, and evening

            D.        Once a week

B:A:Ex:30

 

481.  When was Aaron to put blood of atonement on the incense altar

(Ex. 30:10)?

            A.        Once a week

            B.        Daily

            C.        Once a year

            D.        Only once at its dedication

C:A:Ex:30

 

482.  What was each Israelite to pay at the time of the census (Ex. 30:12)?

            A.        A ransom for his life

            B.        An atonement for his sin

            C.        An offering for his deliverance out of Egypt

            D.        A memorial to remember the bondage of Egypt

A:B:Ex:30

 

483.  At the time God commanded Moses to take a census, how much were

            both rich and poor to pay for the atonement money (Ex. 30:13f)?

            A.        The rich paid five shekels and the poor paid one

            B.        The rich paid seven shekels and the poor paid nothing

            C.        The rich paid three shekels and the poor paid a pigeon

            D.        Both the rich and poor paid one half shekel

D:A:Ex:30

 

484.  The monies received when Moses took the census were to be used

            A.        To feed the poor

            B.        In service of the Tent of Meeting

            C.        In payment for the priests' service

            D.        To pay for the sacrifices for the dedication of the Tent of

Meeting

B:A:Ex:30

 

485.  The basin for washing was made of _____ (Ex. 30:17)

            A.        Gold

            B.        Silver

            C.        Bronze

            D.        Copper

C:B:Ex:30

 

486.  The priests were to wash before they _________ (Ex. 30:20)

            A.        Entered the court yard

            B.        Entered the Tent of Meeting

            C.        Ate the bread of the presence

            D.        Lit the lamps in the Tent of Meeting

B:I:Ex:30

 

487.  The priests were to wash what part(s) of themselves in the basin for

washing [give the best answer](Ex. 30:19)

            A.        Hands only

            B.        Hands and head

            C.        Hands and feet

            D.        Hands, feet and head

C:I:Ex:30

 

488.  The sacred anointing oil was used to anoint all of the following articles

EXCEPT (Ex. 30:26f)
            A.        The Tent of Meeting

B.        The ark of the Testimony

            C.        The table

            D.        Basin for Washing

            E.         The altar of incense

D:A:Ex:30

 

489.  After the articles of the tabernacle were consecrated, what would

happen to anything that would touch them (Ex. 30:29)?

            A.        The article would be defiled

            B.        Whatever touched them would be holy

            C.        The article must be anointed with oil again

            D.        The article was to be washed with water to take away

uncleanness

B:B:Ex:30

 

490.  The special mixture of frankincense and perfumes was to be ground up

and put where (Ex. 30:36)?

A.        In front of the Tent of Meeting

B.        On the altar of incense

C.        On the ark of the testimony

D.        In the water in the wash basin

A:A:Ex:30

 

491.  What was the punishment for anyone making incense like the formula

used for the Tent of Meeting (Ex. 30:37)?

            A.        Three days in jail

            B.        Beaten with rods

            C.        Cut off from his people

            D.        Payment of 5 shekels

C:A:Ex:30

 

492.  All of the following were spices mixed to be burned on the altar of

incense EXCEPT (Ex. 30:22ff)

            A.        Myrrh

            B.        Pepper

            C.        Cassia

            D.        Cinnamon

B:A:Ex:30

 

 

 

Exodus 31 Multiple Choice Questions

 

493.  Who were the two people God chose and gifted to built the Tent of

Meeting and its vessels (Ex. 31:2, 6)?

            A.        Bezalel and Oholiab

            B.        Nadab and Abihu

            C.        Eleazar and Ithamar

            D.        Hur and Ahismach

A:B:Ex:31

 

494.  With what were the two tabernacle craftsmen filled with by

            God (Ex. 31:3)?

            A.        Creativity

            B.        A good eye and a steady hand

            C.        The Holy Spirit

            D.        The knowledge of God

C:B:Ex:31

 

495.  All of the following were gifts God gave to the craftsmen for building

            the Tent of Meeting EXCEPT (Ex. 31:3)

            A.        Skill

            B.        Discernment

            C.        Ability

            D.        Knowledge of crafts

B:I:Ex:31

 

496.  The craftsman that built the tabernacle worked with all of the following

            materials EXCEPT (Ex. 31:4f)

            A.        Gold

            B.        Silver

            C.        Copper

            D.        Wood

            E.         Stones

C:I:Ex:31

 

497.  All of the following were listed as articles of the Tent of Meeting

            EXCEPT (Ex. 31:7ff)

            A.        The ark of the testimony

            B.        The pure gold lampstand

            C.        Altar of burnt offering

            D.        Altar of cleansing

            E.         Altar of incense

D:B:Ex:31

 

498.  The two substances that provided the fragrance for the tabernacle were

            the anointing oil and ______ (Ex. 31:11)

            A.        The fragrant incense

            B.        The burning incense

            C.        The holy smoke

            D.        The incense of the Meeting

A:I:Ex:31

 

499.  What was to be observed as a sign between God and Israel that God

            was the one making them holy (Ex. 31:13)?

            A.        Circumcision

            B.        Sabbath

            C.        The stone tablets

            D.        The Tent of Meeting

B:I:Ex:31

 

500.  What was the punishment for the one violating the Sabbath (Ex. 31: 14)?

            A.        Rebuke before all Isarel

            B.        Payment of 2 lambs

            C.        Death

            D.        Put outside the camp

C:I:Ex:31

 

501.  Israel was to observe the Sabbath because __________  (Ex. 31:17)

            A.        God commanded it in his law

            B.        God made the heavens in six days and rested the seventh

            C.        On the seventh day was the day of sacrificing for sin

            D.        God forgave sin on the seventh day

B:B:Ex:31

 

502.  How were the two stone tablets that God gave Moses described

(Ex. 31:18)?

            A.        Cut out by the fire of God

            B.        A sign of the covenant

            C.        The ten commandments

            D.        Inscribed by the finger of God

D:I:Ex:31

 

 

Exodus 32 Multiple Choice Questions

 

503.  When Moses was long on the mount, who did the people ask to make

gods who would go before them (Ex. 32:1)?

            A.        Nadab

            B.        Korah

            C.        Aaron

            D.        Miriam

C:B:Ex:32

 

504.  Where did Aaron get the metal for the making of the golden calf

(Ex. 32:2)?

            A.        From the bracelets of the people

            B.        From the plunder they had gotten from the Egyptians

            C.        From the gold mines they discovered in Sinai

            D.        From the people's earrings

D:B:Ex:32

 

505.  What did Aaron attribute to the gods he had made (Ex. 32:4)?

            A.        They were the gods that brought them out of Egypt

            B.        They were the gods of the desert of Sinai

            C.        They were the gods who would lead them to the promised land

            D.        They were the gods of Egypt

A:B:Ex:32

 

506.  What did Aaron build in front of the golden calf (Ex. 32:5)?

            A.        A tabernacle tent

            B.        An altar

            C.        An ark

            D.        A fire

B:B:Ex:32

 

507.  After building the golden calf, Aaron announced a festival that was to be

held in honor of ___________  (Ex. 32:5)

            A.        The gods of the desert

            B.        Hathor the calf god

            C.        The LORD

            D.        The god of Sinai

C:I:Ex:32

 

508.  God told Moses to go down from the Mount because ___________

            A.        The wrath of the LORD was upon them

            B.        He needed to warn the people to repent

            C.        He was to take the ten commandments down to the people

            D.        The people had become corrupt

D:B:Ex:32

 

509.  After Aaron made the golden calf, what judgment did God initially

propose to Moses (Ex. 32:10)?

            A.        He would forgive their sins and teach them his law

            B.        He would destroy Israel and make a great nation out of Moses

                        descendants   

            C.        He would judge Aaron and the people smiting them with

leprosy

            D.        He would remove his presence and let their "gods" deliver them

                        from the desert

B:B:Ex:32

 

510.  Moses told God the ________ would say that the exodus from Egypt was

God's evil intent against Israel (Ex. 32:12)

A.        Caananites

B.        Israelites

C.        Egyptians

D.        Midianites

C:B:Ex:32

 

511.  Moses asked God to remember all of the following in order that Israel not

be destroyed for the golden calf EXCEPT (Ex. 32:13)

            A.        Abraham, Isaac and Jacob

            B.        His promise to multiply Abraham's descendants as the stars

            C.        His promise to give Abraham's descendants the promised land

            D.        His promise to Joseph that his bones would be brought to

Canaan

D:I:Ex:32

 

512.  After Moses prayed to God for Israel when they had worshipped the

golden calf, God ______ (Ex. 32:14)

            A.        Relented

            B.        Remembered

            C.        Forgave Israel

            D.        Withdrew from Israel

A:B:Ex:32

 

513.  The two tablets of the Testimony Moses brought down from the mount

            were __________ (Ex. 32:15f)

            A.        The record of Israel's deliverance from Egypt

            B.        The writing of God engraved on them both front and back

            C.        Were Moses' writing of what God had said to him

            D.        Were overlaid with gold and inscribed by God with silver

B:B:Ex:32

 

514.  As Moses was coming down from the mount, who noticed the noise of

            the people in the camp (Ex. 32:17)?

            A.        Aaron

            B.        Miriam

            C.        Joshua

            D.        Hur

C:I:Ex:32

 

515.  Moses, as he was coming down from the mount, said he did not hear the

sound of war but the sound of ________ (Ex. 32:18)

            A.        Singing

            B.        Dancing

            C.        Rebellion

            D.        Worship

A:I:Ex:32

 

516.  What did Moses do when he saw the golden calf and the dancing

(Ex. 32:19)?

A.        He got a sword and slew the leaders

B.        He commanded Joshua to proclaim a fast

C.        He held up his rod over the camp

D.        He threw the tablets down breaking them

D:B:Ex:32

 

517.  What did Moses do with the gold calf (Ex. 32:20)?

            A.        He melted it down and buried it in the sand

            B.        He ground it to powder and made the people drink it

            C.        He spit on it and cut it to pieces

            D.        He commanded Aaron to destroy it before all the people

B:B:Ex:32

 

518.  After the golden calf incident, who came to Moses when

            he said "Whoever is for the LORD come to me."(Ex. 32:26)?

            A.        Aaron and his sons

            B.        The tribe of Judah

            C.        The tribe of Levi

            D.        Those who were under forty years of age

C:I:Ex:32

 

519.  How many were slain with the sword after the golden calf incident

(Ex. 32:28)?

            A.        1,000

            B.        2,000

            C.        3,000

            D.        5,000

C:A:Ex:32

 

520. After the golden calf incident, what happened to the Levites (Ex. 32:29)?

            A.        They were set apart and blessed

            B.        They were judged with a plague

            C.        They were commanded not to carry the ark any more

            D.        They were promised land in the center of Canaan

A:I:Ex:32

 

521.  Moses prayed a second time for the people after the golden calf incident

            asking that God forgive them or else God should ______________

(Ex. 32:32)

            A.        Kill him right now

            B.        Spare them for the sake of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob

            C.        Take his firstborn

            D.        Blot him out of God's book

D:I:Ex:32

 

522.  How did God lead Israel to the land he had spoke of (Ex. 32:34)?

            A.        By his leaders Moses and Aaron

            B.        By his angel who would go before them

            C.        By his law that would lead them

            D.        By his word that would guide them

B:I:Ex:32

 

523.  How did God respond to Moses' request that God forgive those who

            had worshipped the golden calf (Ex. 32:35)?

            A.        He forgave them as Moses had requested

            B.        He told Moses to offer a sacrifice on their behalf

            C.        He did not forgive them but slew them with a plague

            D.        His anger burned and he taught them the fear of the LORD

C:I:Ex:32

 

524.  What kinds of offerings were offered to the golden calf (Ex. 32:6)?

            A.        A sin offering and a purification offering

            B.        A grain offering and a drink offering

            C.        A wave offering and a drink offering

            D.        A whole burnt offering and a fellowship offering

D:A:Ex:32

 

 

 

Exodus 33 Multiple Choice Questions

 

525.  God said to Moses that he had promised to give the land to all of the

following EXCEPT (Ex. 33:1)

A.        Abraham

B.        Isaac

C.        Jacob

D.        Joseph

D:B:Ex:33

 

526.  How did God say he would drive out the Canaanites and Amorites

            from the land (Ex. 33:2)?

            A.        He would send a plague to drive them out

            B.        His angel would drive them out

            C.        A famine would drive them out

            D.        His glory would drive them out

B:I:Ex:33

 

527.  How did God describe the promised land (Ex. 33:3)?

            A.        A land flowing with milk and honey

            B.        A land flowing with water and oil

            C.        A land flowing with streams and pastures

            D.        A land filled with sheep and goats

A:B:Ex:33

 

528.  God said that all of the following would be driven from the promised

land EXCEPT (Ex. 33:2)

            A.        Canaanites

            B.        Amorites

            C.        Hittites

            D.        Jebusites

            E.         Amalekites

E:A:Ex:33

 

529.  God said he would not go up with the Israelites into the promised land

because he might destroy them on the way because they were _____

(Ex. 33:3)

            A.        Rebellious

            B.        Sinful

            C.        Stiff-necked

            D.        Hard hearted

C:I:Ex:33

 

530.  What remnant of Egypt did the Israelites remove from themselves

            while at Mount Horeb (Ex. 33:5f)?

            A.        Their silver tassels

            B.        Their ornaments

            C.        Their ear-rings

            D.        Their gold rings

B:A:Ex:33

 

531.  Where was the "tent of meeting" located, when Moses before the

tabernacle was built (Ex. 33:7)?

A.        In the center of the tribes of Israel

B.        On Mount Horeb

C.        Outside the camp

D.        Near a spring of water

C:A:Ex:33

 

532.  What would come down on the tent of meeting, showing Moses was

            meeting with God there (Ex. 33:9)?

            A.        A pillar of cloud

            B.        A pillar of fire

            C.        A chariot of fire

            D.        A dove would come down on it

A:B:Ex:33

 

533.  While Moses was in the tent of meeting, where would all the people

stand and worship (Ex. 33:10)?

A.        Gathered in a solemn assembly in the midst of the camp

B.        At the foot of the mountain of God

C.        Gathered around the tent of meeting

D.        At the entrance of their tents

D:A:Ex:33

 

534.  In the tent of meeting, Moses talked to God (Ex. 33:11)

            A.        Bowed, with his face to the ground

            B.        Face to face, as a man with a friend

            C.        With his face facing God's backside

            D.        Beside the ark of the testimony

B:I:Ex:33

 

535.  Who would go with Moses into the tent of meeting before the tabernacle

            was built (Ex. 33:11)?

            A.        Aaron

            B.        Miriam

            C.        Joshua

            D.        Nadab

C:I:Ex:33

 

536.  Moses requested that if he had found favor with God, God would

            ___________  (Ex. 33:12)

            A.        Teach Moses his ways

            B.        Lead Moses to the promised land

            C.        Forgive his sins

            D.        Provide an angelic guide for Moses

A:A:Ex:33

 

537.  Moses wanted to stay at Mount Horeb unless ___________ (Ex. 33:15)

            A.        God's angel would go with them

            B.        God's presence would go with them

            C.        God's law would be put in their hearts

            D.        God's lovingkindness would guide them

B:I:Ex:33

 

538.  God said he was pleased with Moses and knew him ______

            (Ex. 33:17)

            A.        In his heart

            B.        As a righteous judge

            C.        Before he was born

            D.        By name

D:I:Ex:33

 

539.  What did Moses ask God to see at Mount Horeb (Ex. 33:18)?

            A.        God's face

            B.        God's might

            C.        God's glory

            D.        God's throne

C:B:Ex:33

 

540.  What did God cause to pass by in front of Moses (Ex. 33:19)?

            A.        His goodness

            B.        His justice

            C.        His lovingkindness

            D.        His greatness

A:I:Ex:33

 

541.  What name of God was pronounced after Moses' request to

            see God (Ex. 33:19)?

            A.        God Almighty

            B.        Jehovah Jireh

            C.        LORD

            D.        The LORD God almighty

C:I:Ex:33

 

542.  What was Moses not allowed to see, lest he die after his request that