Sunday, April 3, 2011


Good Evening to All!

Before beginning our Bible challenge of Prophets and Prophecies, I would like to talk to y'all a little bit about what our Pastor talked about in church today and really made me start thinking.

I have changed the verse up top for a little while to remind me and others how important it is to remember God in all we do and say. Of course this is just a miniscule point of the Sunday School lesson, but while I listened to the rest, This is what I REALLY THOUGHT ABOUT. How conceited we are. We go around thinking "I did this" or I developed that". We actually have the audacity to think we did it on our own! Well, I hate to burst our bubbles, but if it wasn't for God, none of us would be here, let alone that the brains to do whatever it was we "claimed the credit or victory for".

While Psalm 19:14 is very important to me, if I continue to remember the above
verse, then the words of my mouth and meditation of my heart should carry on in Christ's essence. I mean, if I will remember that God created me, were it not for Him I would not be here, He is His breath that caused me to come alive. As long as I remember that, and remain grateful, honored, and privileged to be called a creation of God, and a "child of God", then the other verse should come naturally to me.

Y'all, I know that this challenge is easy. By giving the scriptures on a lot of them it practically gave away the answer. However, it is my hope that you will take the time to look the scriptures up anyway and read the context and background of that answer.

The purpose I am using these Bible Challenges is not only for fun, but to peak your interest into looking up scriptures and maybe even delving a little deeper into the Bible. I don't know about y'all, but sometimes, I intend on reading just a certain thing, but if my interest gets peaked before I know if I'm reading the whole book. I hope you enjoy it.

1. According to the prophet Habakkuk, the horses of the fierce Chaldean army were ________. (Habakkuk 1:8)
a)as large as elephants
b) as black as night
c) fire breathers
d) swifter than leopards

2. Which Old Testament prophet specified that Bethlehem would be Jesus' birthplace?
(Micah 5:2)

a) Jeremiah
b) Daniel
c) Hosea
d) Micah

3. Which Old Testament prophet foretold the virgin birth? weight: bold;">(Isaiah 7:14)
a) Isaiah
b) Jeremiah
c) Jonah
d) Joel

4. The prophet in the watch tower was ___________. (Habakkuk 2:1)
a) Ezekiel
b) Habakkuk
c) Amos
d) Nahum

5. "Babylon is fallen" was part of a vision of __________. (Isaiah 21:9)
a) Isaiah
b) Obadiah
c) Amos
d) Micah

6. The prophet who had a promiscuous wife was_______. (Hosea 1:2)
a) Hosea
b) Job
c) Daniel
d) Mordecai

7. God commanded that prophet to: (H0sea 3:1)
a) have his wife condemned to death
c) love his wife
c) renew the marriage ceremony between him and his wife
d) divorce his wife

8. What is one facet of the Gospel the prophet Zechariah foresaw? (Zechariah 9:9)
a) the virgin birth
b) Christ' birth in Bethlehem
c) Christi's entry into Jerusalem on a donkey
d) the rending of the temple veil at Christ's death

9. John the Baptist baptized with water. Jesus, he told the people, would come to baptize with the Holy Ghost and with ________. (Matthew 3:11)

10. The so-called 4 horsemen of the apocalypse" are described in the book of ____________. (Revelation 6:1-8)
a) Joshua
b) 1 Kings
c) 2 Kings
d) Revelation

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