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A Serving of Biblical Left Overs -- #7 Quiz


This quiz features ten questions written by me for previous quizzes and for various reasons were not used. In other words, it's a serving of Biblical left overs. (The NKJV and the NIV were used.)

A multiple-choice quiz by Cowrofl. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
Cowrofl
Time
3 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
391,429
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
268
Awards
Top 20% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Guest 66 (10/10), Guest 24 (7/10), bernie73 (10/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. Who asked God this question?

"LORD, why have You brought trouble on this people? Why is it You have sent me?
Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Who asked God this question?

"LORD God, what will You give me, seeing I go childless, and the heir of my house is Eliezer of Damascus?"
Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. Who asked God this question?

"O LORD my God, have You also brought tragedy on the widow with whom I lodge, by killing her son?"
Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. Who asked God this question?

"Ah, LORD God! Will You make a complete end of the remnant of Israel?"
Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. According to Revelation 20:15, anyone whose name is not found in the Book of Life will be cast into a lake of fire?


Question 6 of 10
6. According to Judges 6:21, what judge of Israel was visited by an Angel of God whose staff consumed meat and unleavened bread with fire? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. What king had horses imported from Egypt and Keveh, as per 1 Kings 10:28? (Rather than Keveh, the NIV states Kue.) Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Who did God address from a whirlwind? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. According to Exodus 10:19, what was blown out of Egypt by a strong west wind? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. According to Exodus 14:21, what direction did a strong wind blow that parted the Red Sea? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Who asked God this question? "LORD, why have You brought trouble on this people? Why is it You have sent me?

Answer: Moses

The correct answer is Moses as per Exodus 5:22. According to Scripture, Moses asked the question shortly after he made his fist appearance before the Pharaoh seeking permission for the Israelites to leave Egypt and go to Canaan, known as the Promised Land. The Pharaoh firmly shot down Moses' request and took decisive action to make life tougher for the Israelites who were slaves for the Egyptians.

As part of their duties to make bricks, the Pharaoh decreed the Israelites would have to gather straw for themselves and they would have to reach the same production quota. Previously, the straw had been provided to them.

The Israelites took their anger out on Moses and Aaron, stating, "Let the LORD look on you and judge, because you have made us abhorrent in the sight of Pharaoh and in the sight of his servants, to put a sword in their hand to kill us."

Scripture tells of Moses turning to God and asking Him: "LORD why have You brought trouble on this people? Why is it You have sent me? For since I came to Pharaoh to speak in Your name, he has done evil to this people; neither have You delivered Your people at all."

Scripture goes on to tell of Moses and the Israelites, after a long process, gaining approval from the Pharaoh to leave Egypt.

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked God.)
2. Who asked God this question? "LORD God, what will You give me, seeing I go childless, and the heir of my house is Eliezer of Damascus?"

Answer: Abraham

Genesis 15:2 tells of Abraham, who was known as Abram at the time, asking the question of God. At the time Abraham was elderly and he and his wife Sarah, who was known as Sarai at the time, were childless. As per the custom of the day, Abraham's senior servant, Eliezer, would be heir of his house.

Scripture goes on to tell of God informing Abraham that he and Sarah would become parents of a baby boy, Isaac. This, even though Abraham was one hundred years old at the time and Sarah was ninety.

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked God.)
3. Who asked God this question? "O LORD my God, have You also brought tragedy on the widow with whom I lodge, by killing her son?"

Answer: Elijah

The question was asked of God by Elijah, as per 1 Kings 17:20. According to Scripture, a widow and her son in Zarephath were on the brink of starvation when Elijah miraculously produced a constant supply of oil and flour for them.

Things, however, would take a tragic turn for the worse when the widow's son died. It was at this point Elijah asked his poignant question of God.

There is a happy ending to the story, however. Scripture tells of Elijah stretching his body out on the boy's body three times and praying, "O LORD my God, I pray, let this child's soul come back to him." 1 Kings 17:22 states, "Then the LORD heard the voice of Elijah; and the soul of the child came back to him, and he revived."

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked God.)
4. Who asked God this question? "Ah, LORD God! Will You make a complete end of the remnant of Israel?"

Answer: Ezekiel

The correct answer is Ezekiel, as per Ezekiel 11:13. The first twelve verses of of Chapter 11 of Ezekiel centers on judgment on wicked counselors. Then in Verse 13, Ezekiel poses the question: "Ah, LORD God! Will You make a complete end of the remnant of Israel?" The chapter, however, goes on to state God will restore Israel.

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked God.)
5. According to Revelation 20:15, anyone whose name is not found in the Book of Life will be cast into a lake of fire?

Answer: True

True. Revelation 20:15 states anyone whose name is not found in the Book of Life will be cast into a lake of fire. The chapter also tells of Satan being soundly defeated and cast in a fiery lake. The concluding two chapters of Revelation go on to tell of things made new and details about the New Jerusalem.

(The question is left over from a quiz about divine fire.)
6. According to Judges 6:21, what judge of Israel was visited by an Angel of God whose staff consumed meat and unleavened bread with fire?

Answer: Gideon

Gideon is the correct answer, as per Judges 6:21. Scripture tells of Gideon preparing a young goat as well as unleavened bread and an ephah of flour and as per instructions from a visiting Angel of the LORD, he took the meat and bread and placed the items on a rock.

Scripture goes on to tell of the Angel of God taking a rod in His hand, touching the meat and the bread, with fire coming out of the rod consuming the food. Then, suddenly, the Angel of the LORD departed.

For complete details, see Judges 6:11-27.

(The question is left over from a quiz about divine fire.)
7. What king had horses imported from Egypt and Keveh, as per 1 Kings 10:28? (Rather than Keveh, the NIV states Kue.)

Answer: Solomon

Solomon had horses imported from Egypt and Keveh but no details are given about the number of horses. It must have been a substantial number as details come on the heels of 1 Kings 10:27 which states Solomon "made silver as common in Jerusalem as stones and he made cedar trees as abundant as the sycamores which are in the lowland."

There are differing views as to where Keveh, or Kue, actually was. The most common belief is it was a region in southeastern Anatolia, named Cilicia by the Greeks. The area is now part of present day Turkey.

(The question is left over from a quiz about horses in the Bible.)
8. Who did God address from a whirlwind?

Answer: Job

Job is the correct answer, as per Job 38:1. The verse tells of God in a whirlwind answering a number of questions Job had posed. Chapters 38 to 41 are devoted to God's response to Job.

Job, of course, is known for his long suffering and remaining incredibly patient. Despite all the trials and tribulations he suffered, his faith remained strong in the LORD.

(The question is left over from a quiz about wind in the Old and New Testaments.)
9. According to Exodus 10:19, what was blown out of Egypt by a strong west wind?

Answer: locusts

Locusts, which were part of the eighth of ten plagues unleashed on Egypt by God, were blown away a strong west wind, according to Exodus 10:19. The plague of locusts started after God instructed Moses to stretch out his hand over the land. The locust were so plentiful, Scripture states they ate "every herb of the land and all the fruit of the trees."

The plague of the locusts was so bad the Pharaoh said he would grant permission to the Israelites to leave Egypt and journey to Canaan, known as the Promised Land. When the Pharaoh relented, Scripture states God caused "a very strong west wind, which took the locusts away and blew them into the Red Sea."

After the locusts disappeared, the Pharaoh had another change of heart and announced he would no longer let the Israelites leave the country. So it was time for the ninth plague -- a plague of darkness.

(The question is left over from a quiz about wind in the Old and New Testaments.)
10. According to Exodus 14:21, what direction did a strong wind blow that parted the Red Sea?

Answer: east

The Red Sea was parted by strong east wind, according to Exodus 14:21. The verse in the NKJV states, "Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea into dry land, and the waters were divided."

Scripture goes on to tell of the Israelites safely crossing to the other side. However, when the Egyptian army attempted to cross, God instructed Moses to stretch out his hand over the sea once again and the water was no longer parted. As a result, the entire Egyptian army drowned.

(The question is left over from a quiz about wind in the Old and New Testaments.)
Source: Author Cowrofl

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