Sunday, April 25, 2010
Bible Challenge-Cloak & Dagger Pt. 2
Good Evening to All!
This week's Bible Challenge is Cloak and Dagger Part 2.
1. What was the first act of murder recorded in the Bible? (Gen. 4:8)
2. Whose birthright was stolen by his mother and brother? (Gen. 27)
3. Jacob didn't know it, but his wife Rachel stole something form her father Laban, which soon got them into trouble. What did she steal? (Gen. 31:19-20)
a) a golden chalice
b) a silver chalice
4. Where did Rachel hide the loot she stole from her father? (Gen. 31:34-35)
a) in the servants' tent
b) in her sister Leah's tent
c) beneath her, packed aboard a camel
d) buried beneath stones at Galeed
5. What price did Joseph's brothers receive for selling him to the merchants bound for Egypt? (Gen. 37:28)
a) ten pieces of silver
b) twenty pieces of silver
c) thirty pieces of silver
d) forty pieces of gold
6. Joseph deliberately got his beloved brother Benjamin into trouble. How?
a) by telling Reuben that Benjamin had revealed the older brothers' deceit to their father Jacob. (Gen. 44:1-2)
b) by telling Pharaoh that Benjamin was a spy
c) by giving Benjamin a fortune in gems from the Pharaoh's treasury
d) by making it appear Benjamin had stolen Joseph's own silver cup.
7. This woman drove a nail into the head of sleeping Sisera, commander of the fearsome Canaanite charioteers. (Judges 4:17-22)
8. What tricky word did Jephthah and the Gileadites use to expose their enemies from Ephraim who were trying to escape across the River Jordan? (Judges 12:5-6)
9. Why was the high priest Ahimelech slain? (1 Samuel 22:6-19)
a) for defiling the temple
b) for offering unclean sacrifices
c) for supporting David against Saul
d) for supporting Saul against David
10. This evil queen seized power by murdering the royal descendants after her son Ahaziah's death. However, she failed to kill one grandson, Joash, who emerged from protective custody six years later, took the throne, and ordered her execution. (2 Kings 11:1-16)
Enjoy the challenge, and Happy Hunting!
Good night to all and May God Bless!