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A Serving of Biblical Left Overs -- #9 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 #
391,904
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
169
Last 3 plays: Guest 172 (0/10), Guest 172 (8/10), Guest 172 (6/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. Who asked Jesus this question?

"Rabbi, where are You staying?"
Hint


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

"See, we have left all and followed You. Therefore what shall we have?"
Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. Who asked Jesus these questions?

"By what authority are You doing these things? And who gave You this authority?"
Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. Who asked Jesus these questions?

"Do You answer nothing? What is it these men testify against You?"
Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. Who asked Jesus this question?

"Are You the King of the Jews?"
Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. Who did Jesus ask this question?

"But who do you say that I am?"
Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Going by the account in Genesis, no less than seven men lived to be more than nine hundred years old.


Question 8 of 10
8. When it comes to being young and powerful, it's difficult to top the boy who became king of Judah at the age of sixteen. What was the young king's name? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. In what Gospel do we read about Jesus being a child who became strong in the spirit?

Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. What Old Testament prophet tells parents to inform their children and grandchildren about the locust plague? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Who asked Jesus this question? "Rabbi, where are You staying?"

Answer: Andrew and another unnamed disciple of John the Baptist

The question of Jesus was asked by Andrew and another unnamed disciple of John the Baptist, as per John 1:35-39. Verse 35 explains John the Baptist was standing with two of his disciples when he saw Jesus coming and proclaimed, "Behold the Lamb of God!"

Scripture goes on to tell of the two disciples following Jesus and when He saw this, Jesus turned and asked them, "What do you seek?" In response, the two disciples of John asked Jesus where He was staying.

When Jesus told them to, "come and see," they went where He was staying and remained with Him the rest of the day.

Then Verse 40 explains one of two who followed Jesus was Andrew, Simon Peter's brother.

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked Jesus.)
2. Who asked Jesus this question? "See, we have left all and followed You. Therefore what shall we have?"

Answer: Peter

The question was asked of Jesus by Peter, one of the original Twelve Disciples, as per Matthew 19:27. According to Scripture, Peter asked the question moments after Jesus made the famous statement, "it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."

In response to Peter's question, Jesus is quoted in Matthew 29:30 in the NKJV as saying "...Everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or lands, for My name's sake, shall receive a hundredfold, and inherit eternal life."

(The question is left from a quiz about questions people asked Jesus.)
3. Who asked Jesus these questions? "By what authority are You doing these things? And who gave You this authority?"

Answer: The chief priests

The chief priests asked the questions of Jesus, as per Matthew 21:23, Mark 11:28 and Luke 20:2. Scripture states they asked the questions after Jesus had performed miracles and had been teaching in the temple. In response to the questions, Jesus asked the chief priests a question. He asked them if the baptism of John the Baptist was from heaven or from men.

Christ's question put the chief priests in an awkward corner. As Matthew 20:25-26 explains, the chief priests reasoned among themselves saying, "If we say, 'From heaven,' He will say, 'Why then did you not believe him?' But if we say, 'From men,' all the people will stone us, for they are persuaded that John was a prophet."

As a result, the chief priests answered they did not know where the baptism of John was from.

The passage concludes with Jesus telling them, "Neither will I tell you by what authority I do these things."

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked Jesus.)
4. Who asked Jesus these questions? "Do You answer nothing? What is it these men testify against You?"

Answer: The high priest

The questions were asked of Jesus by the high priest, as per Matthew 21:62. After being asked the two questions, Jesus remained silent. So the high priest went on to make a statement followed by another question: "I put You under oath by the living God: Tell us if You are the Christ, the Son of God!"

Jesus responded by stating, "It is as you said. Nevertheless, I say to you, hereafter you will see the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of the Power, and coming on the clouds of heaven."

Scripture goes on to tell of the high priest being outraged by Christ's statement and tearing his clothes. He is also quoted as saying: "He has spoken blasphemy! What further need do we have of witnesses? Look, now you have heard His blasphemy! What do you think?"

Others in the room shouted Jesus was deserving of death.

Matthew 21:67-68 tells of what happened next: "Then they spat in His face and beat Him; and others struck Him with the palms of their hands, saying, "Prophesy to us, Christ! Who is the one who struck You?"

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked Jesus.)
5. Who asked Jesus this question? "Are You the King of the Jews?"

Answer: Pilate

The question, "Are You the king of the Jews' was asked of Jesus by Pilate. Details about Pilate asking the question can be found in all four Gospels -- Matthew 27:11, Mark 15:2, Luke 23:3 and John 18:33.

In response, Jesus told Pilate, "It is as you say."

Shortly after this, a decision would be made to release Barabbas, a "notorious prisoner", and condemn Jesus to death. The world would never be the same.

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions people asked Jesus.)
6. Who did Jesus ask this question? "But who do you say that I am?"

Answer: Peter

Technically, Jesus asked the question of the original Twelve Disciples, but it was Peter who provided the answer. Matthew 16:13-20 tells of Jesus asking His disciples who the people say He is. Their response is, "Some say John the Baptist, some Elijah, and others Jeremiah or one of the prophets."

In response, Jesus asked His disciples, "But who do you say that I am?" Verse 16 tells of Peter's response: "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God."

(The question is left over from a quiz about questions Jesus asked people.)
7. Going by the account in Genesis, no less than seven men lived to be more than nine hundred years old.

Answer: True

True. No less than seven men lived to be more than nine hundred years old, according to the book of Genesis. The seven men, in order of oldest to youngest, are:
1.) Methuselah, nine hundred and sixty nine years, Genesis 5:27;
2.) Jared, nine hundred and sixty-two years, Genesis 5:20;
3.) Noah, nine hundred and fifty years, Genesis 9:29;
4.) Adam, nine hundred and thirty years, Genesis 5:5;
5.) Seth, nine hundred and twelve years, Genesis 5:8;
6.) Cainan, nine hundred and ten years, Genesis 5:14;
7.) and Enosh, nine hundred and five years old, Genesis 5:11.

(The question is left over from a quiz about old-timers in the Bible.)
8. When it comes to being young and powerful, it's difficult to top the boy who became king of Judah at the age of sixteen. What was the young king's name?

Answer: Azariah, also known as Uzziah

Azariah, also known as Uzziah, knew all about power at a very young age. 2 Kings 14:21 states he became king when he was only sixteen years old and reigned for more than one-half century. In other words, he reigned for fifty-two years, dying when he was sixty-eight years old.

Under Azariah's reign, Judah enjoyed considerable prosperity. In 2 Chronicles 26:1 and Isaiah 6:1, Azariah is known as Uzziah.

(The question is left over from a quiz about the young and powerful in the Bible.)
9. In what Gospel do we read about Jesus being a child who became strong in the spirit?

Answer: Luke

The Gospel of Luke tells of Jesus becoming strong in the spirit and being "in the deserts till the day of his manifestation to Israel". Details can be found in Luke 1:80. Luke 2:41-50 also tells of Jesus as a Child teaching in the temple in Jerusalem and amazing the scholars.

(The question is left over from a quiz about children in the Bible.)
10. What Old Testament prophet tells parents to inform their children and grandchildren about the locust plague?

Answer: Joel

Joel is the correct answer, with the admonition appearing in Joel 1:5. While it is known that Joel was not referring to the plague of locusts unleashed on Egypt, scholars have mixed views about the actual locust plague Joel is referring to. Some scholars believe it was a plague that took place during Joel's lifetime, while others believe it is figurative literature, referring to the Israelites being taken into captivity.

Here's how Joel 1:2-5 reads in the NKJV:
"Hear this, you elders,
And give ear, all you inhabitants of the land!
Has anything like this happened in your days,
Or even in the days of your fathers?
Tell your children about it,
Let your children tell their children,
And their children another generation.
What the chewing locust left, the swarming locust has eaten;
What the swarming locust left, the crawling locust has eaten;
And what the crawling locust left, the consuming locust has eaten."

(The question is left over from a quiz about children in the Bible.)
Source: Author Cowrofl

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