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Behold, the people of Israel are too many, come let us deal shrewdly with them, lest they multiply... In the statement, the first step by the new king of Egypt was to
A. cast all Hebrew male children into the Nile
B. impose heavy tax on them
C. kill all Hebrew male children
D. set taskmasters over them to afflict them with burdens

I will go out as at other times, and shake myself free.' When Samson made the statement above, he was not aware that
A. the Philistines were upon him
B. he was bound with bronze fetters
C. the LORD had left him
D. . his eyes had been gouged out.

Let the waters under the heavens be gathered together into one place, and let the dry land appear. In the statement above the dry land and the water refer to , _x000D_
A. earth and oceans
B. firmament and seas
C. firmament and oceans
D. earth and seas

Seek out for me a woman who is a medium that I may go to her and inquire of her." Saul made the statement above when he was confronted by the
A. Philistines
B. Ammonites
C. Amalekites
D. Moabites

Why did you bring trouble on us? The LORD brings trouble on you today What happened to Achan after the statement above by Joshua?
A. He was buried alive
B. He was put in chain
C. He was stoned to death
D. He was flogged publicly.

An unwise decision of Solomon was the issue of the
A. building of the palace
B. building of the temple
C. felling of timber
D. forced labour.

David was anointed king over Judah at
A. Zuph.
B. Bethlehem
C. Hebron
D. Gibeon.

For worshipping the molten calf, God described the Israelites as
A. a stubborn nation
B. an unholy nation
C. a stiff-necked people
D. an unrighteous people

God blessed the seventh day and made it holy because
A. He rested on that day from all His work
B. Adam gave names to all living creatures on that day
C. it was a Sabbath day
D. human beings were recreated on that day.

God called Abraham when he was how many years old?
A. 75 years old
B. 90 years old
C. 100 years old
D. 120 years old

In order for the people of Israel to be ready to meet the LORD by the third day at Mount Sinai, they were
A. not to drink alcohol
B. to wear white garments
C. to wash their garments everyday
D. not to go near a woman

Joseph was put in prison in Egypt by Potiphar because
A. he slept with Potiphar’s wife
B. he was very lazy
C. Potiphar’s wife lied against Joseph
D. he stole Pharaoh’s cup

Samuel's lack of parental responsibility led to
A. The demand for a king in Israel
B. His untimely death at Ramah
C. The defeat of the Israelites in battle
D. The anointing of David as king.

Solomon attempted to kill Jeroboam because Jeroboam
A. Was more popular than him
B. Was not faithful as the officer in charge of labour
C. Did not report what was prophesied concerning him
D. Was a threat to the throne.

The first person that revealed to Eli the evil that would come to his home was
A. Joel
B. a man of God
C. a prophet from Shiloh
D. Samuel.

The rainbow as the sign of God's covenant with Noah implies
A. Providence
B. Reconciliation
C. mercy
D. Redemption

What did Gideon call the altar which he built to the LORD?
A. The LORD is merciful
B. The LORD is peace
C. Jehovah Jireh
D. The LORD is great

What punishment did God give Solomon for his unwise— Policies?
A. Jeroboam was empowered by God to conquer him
B. He caused Rezon to demolish the high place which he built
C. He raised up Hadad, the Edo mite as an adversary against him
D. The kingdom was torn from him and given to his servant

What was Samson's major achievement as Israel's leader?—
A. He suppressed the Philistines
B. He captured the city of Jericho
C. He saved the Israelites from the Amorites
D. He secured permanent independence for Israel

When God called Moses to deliver the Israelites, he resisted because he could not speak and he was told to
A. perform some signs with his rod
B. wait for a sign from God
C. go with Joshua who would speak for him
D. go with Aaron who would speak for him

When Moses struck the rock twice for waterinstead of speaking— to it ,God said to him that he
A. would no longer see Him face to face
B. would not bring the Israelites to the promise land
C. would not see His holiness
D. would roam in the wilderness for thirty years

When the Israelites left Egypt, God did not let them use the shorter route through the land of the Philistines because—
A. the Philistines were waiting in ambush for them
B. they might go back if they faced war
C. He wanted to confuse the Egyptian king
D. He wanted them to suffer and appreciate Him

Why did God accept David who killed Uriah and took his wife but rejected Saul who spared King Agag?—
A. David was from the favoured tribe of Judah while Saul was from Benjamin
B. David was a man after God's heart while Saul was His enemy
C. David was a singer of praises while Saul was not
D. David humbled himselfwhen he realized his sin but Saul was stubborn

"...And in the last days it shall be, God declares, that I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh..." Peter quoted the statement above from the prophecy of
A. Ezekiel
B. Joel
C. Jeremiah
D. Isaiah.

"Am I God, to kill and to make alive, that this man sends words to me to cure a man of his leprosy..." Prophet Elisha responded to the king's reaction in the statement above by
A. directing the nation of Israel to pray and fast
B. requesting the leper to come to his house
C. directing the leper to go to River Jordan
D. asking the leper to offer a sacrifice

"Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh; is anything too hard for me..." The statement above suggests that God is
A. merciful
B. awesome
C. most powerful
D. not changeable.

"Behold. 1 am the LORD, the God of all flesh; is anything too hard for me" The statement above suggests that God is
A. merciful
B. most powerful
C. awesome
D. not changeable.

"Do you understand what you are reading?" Philip asked the Ethiopian eunuch the question above when he found him reading the book of
A. Hosea
B. Ezekiel
C. Jeremiah
D. Isaiah.

"My spirit shall not abide in man forever, for he is flesh". When God made the statement, He concluded that man's days shall be
A. one hundred years
B. one hundred and fifty years
C. eighty years
D. one hundred and twenty years.

"Test your servants for ten days; let us be given vegetables to eat and water to drink..." In the statement above, Daniel was talking to
A. King Darius
B. the chief of the eunuchs
C. the steward of the chief eunuch
D. King Artaxerxes.

According to Amos, what did the Israelites do after God smote them with blight and mildew?
A. They still did not return to him
B. They repented of their sins
C. They fasted and prayed for healing
D. They cried unto the LORD.

According to Prophet Jeremiah, one of the promises of God was that He would give the Israelites
A. new priests
B. new commandments
C. kings after His own heart
D. shepherds after His own heart.

According to Proverbs, a son that is attentive to a father's instruction will
A. be rich
B. have eternal life
C. gain insight
D. be forgiven his sins

Consequent upon the murder of Naboth by Ahab and Jezebel, God declared that
A. He would require the blood of Naboth from Ahab’s hand
B. Ahab's descendants would never ascend the throne in Israel
C. dogs would lick Ahab's blood where they had licked Naboth
D. the sword would not depart from the house of Ahab

Ezekiel said that when the people of Israel turned away from all their sins, they would
A. Surely live and not die
B. Be free from attack
C. Lead mankind to God
D. Return from captivity.

God had pity on the people of Nineveh because
A. they listened to Jonah's message
B. the king punished all the violent people in the land
C. they turned from their evil way.
D. they made sacrifices of sin offering to God.

Immediately after the contest on Mount Carmel, Elijah prayed and God answered him with
A. thunder
B. rainfall
C. a whirlwind
D. a heavy storm

In addition to the declaration of freedom to the exiles in Babylon, King Cyrus ordered for
A. free will offering for the house of God in Jerusalem
B. the release of Jewish, slaves in the empire
C. security check on the Jews before departure
D. support from craftsmen in Babylon

Joab and his soldiers entered the city quietly after defeating their enemy because
A. Absalom and his soldiers were defeated
B. of the shameful death of Absalom
C. the king grieving for his son
D. the king Was annoyed with them

Obadiah showed his great reverence for the LORD by
A. Handing over five hundred Baal prophets for slaughter
B. Falling on his face before Elijah
C. Hiding Elijah in a cave for two years
D. Feeding the prophets of the LORD with bread and water.

Prophet Amos told Israel to hate evil, love good and establish justice in the gate so that God would
A. heal their diseases
B. give them good leaders
C. be gracious to them
D. multiply their descendants

Prophet Hosea named his second child Not Pitied because God would no more pity the
A. kings of Judah
B. kings of Israel
C. house of Judah
D. house of Israel

Prophet Hosea named his second child Not Pitied because God would no more pity the
A. kings of Judah
B. kings of Israel
C. house of Judah
D. house of Israel

Prophet Isaiah received his vision and call when—
A. King Uzziah was deposed
B. King Uzziah died
C. King Uzziah began to reign
D. Israel was in Babylonian captivity

Saul learnt from Samuel's spirit that the LORD would
A. give the Philistines into his hands
B. afflict him with sickness
C. bless Isaac's future wife
D. pardon his iniquity

The destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar was a consequence of
A. Hezekiah's death
B. Josiah's reforms
C. Israel's stubbornness to God
D. Zedekiah's rebellion against Babylon

The effect that the faith of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego had on King Nebuchadnezzar and his subjects was that they
A. Refrained from persecuting the Jews in exile
B. Were converted
C. Forsook their gods
D. Believed that there was no other god able to deliver.

The Kingdom of Israel was divided because the
A. kingdom was too large to be administered
B. leadership wanted to create more nations
C. followership wanted more nations
D. last two kings made unwise policies.

The pronouncement of God on Josiah for being penitent was that
A. God would support him to repair the Temple
B. Josiah would conquer all his enemies
C. God would gather him to his grave in peace
D. Josiah would have a peaceful reign.

The scroll given to Ezekiel to eat at his call contained
A. Both praises and condemnation
B. Words of lamentation and mourning
C. Prescription for Temple worship
D. The expected type of sacrifice.

What did Asa do that was right in the eyes of the Lord?
A. He removed all the idols of his father.
B. He killed all the priests of Baal;
C. His reign was peaceful.
D. He killed all the Baal worshippers.

What did the Jews do when Nehemiah told them about his mission in Jerusalem?
A. They praised God for sending him to rebuild. Jerusalem
B. They informed Sanballat and Tobiah about his plans
C. They were hostile to him and he became discouraged
D. They encouraged one another to rise up and build the walls. .

"...but should write to them to abstain from the pollutions of idols and from unchastity and from what is strangled and from blood..."' The statement above was made at the Council of Jerusalem by
A. Philip
B. Simon
C. James
D. Peter

"...His office let another take..." The statement above refers to
A. Ananias
B. Judas Iscariot
C. Barnabas
D. John Mark.

"...Truly, I say to you, not even In Israel have I found such faith..." The statement above by Jesus was made when He healed the
A. leper
B. blind man
C. demoniac
D. . centurion's servant.

"Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord." This statement was uttered by Peter at the
A. last supper
B. garden of Gethsemane
C. call of the disciples
D. transfiguration

"If I tell you, you will not believe; and if I ask you, you will not answer..."' Jesus' statement above was in response to a request by
A. King Herod
B. the chief priests and scribes
C. Pontius Pilate
D. the Pharisees and Sadducees.

"If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down from here; for it is written, 'He will give his angels charge of you..." According to Luke, the statement above was made by Satan during Jesus'
A. third temptation
B. crucifixion
C. Transfiguration
D. second temptation.

"Teacher, do you not care if we perish?" Where was Jesus Christ when this question was asked?
A. On the sea, walking.
B. In the wilderness.
C. On the Mount of Olive
D. In the ship, asleep

"Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise...'" Jesus made the statement above to one of the criminals because he
A. respected Him
B. praised Him
C. rebuked his partner
D. was repentant

"Unbind him, and let him go." The statement was made by Jesus when
A. He raised to life the dead Lazarus
B. He healed the son of the widow at Nain
C. He healed the centurion's servant
D. a boy bound by Satan was brought to Him.

"Unless you are circumcised according to the custom of Moses, you cannot be saved" The statement above by some men from Judea necessitated the convening of the
A. church in Jerusalem
B. council of elders
C. church in Judea
D. council in Jerusalem.

"You son of the devil, you enemy of all righteousness, full of all deceit and villainy" This statement of Paul was addressed to
A. Elymas, the magician
B. Paulus, the proconsul
C. Simon, the Magician
D. Demetrius, the silversmith

‘ As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.’ Jesus made the statement above on the occasion of
A. healing the man born blind
B. raising Lazarus from the dead
C. restoring sight to blind Bartimaeus
D. walking on the sea before day break.

According to Luke, the Last Supper took place
A. on Mount Olive
B. In Jerusalem
C. in Jordan
D. in Bethlehem.

According to Luke, when Moses and Elijah appeared during the transfiguration, they spoke of Jesus’
A. departure
B. resurrection
C. second coming
D. trials

According to Matthew, the stone on the tomb of Jesus was removed by
A. an angel
B. Mary Magdalene
C. a Roman soldier
D. Peter and John.

According to Romans, salvation is for those who
A. call upon the name of the Lord
B. are true worshippers of God
C. work in the Lord's vineyard
D. Are persecuted for righteousness

According to the Gospel of John, Jesus is the true vine while the vinedresser is
A. the Holy Spirit
B. His father
C. the gardener
D. His mother

'And, they arrested them and put them in custody until the morrow, for it was already evening.' In the statement above, the imprisoned persons were
A. Paul and John Mark
B. Peter and Barnabas
C. Peter and Paul
D. Paul and Barnabas.

Angel Gabriel told Zachariah that he would become dumb until John was born because he
A. looked down on the Angel
B. was advanced in age
C. disagreed with Elizabeth, his wife
D. did not believe God's words.

Following the death of Stephen, the only group of believers not scattered by the great persecution was the __
A. deacons
B. apostles
C. prophets
D. disciples.

Following the resurrection of Jesus, the Chief Priest and elders took counsel and bribed the guards to
A. say that the disciples stole the body of Jesus
B. keep the information away from His disciples
C. keep the matter among themselves
D. report the matter immediately to the rulers.

In His Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said that the poor in spirit are blessed for they would
A. be satisfied
B. be comforted on the last day
C. inherit the kingdom of heaven
D. inherit the earth

In Luke, at the Last Supper, Jesus revealed His
A. resurrection
B. imminent sufferings
C. love for His disciples
D. ascension

In the country of the Gerasenes, Jesus healed the
A. man possessed of demons
B. paralytic at the pool
C. leper
D. blind man

In the mission of the seventy, Jesus told them that they were being sent out as sheep among wolves, implying that they would
A. be sent to live among wolves
B. be as meek as sheep
C. be properly equipped for the mission
D. encounter difficulties.

In the story of the Transfiguration, Moses and Elijah represented the
A. glory of God
B. old Testament saints
C. Law and the prophets
D. end of the age.

Jesus raised to life the son of the widow of Nain because He
A. wanted the whole of Judea to know about him
B. wanted to show that He was a great prophet
C. had compassion on the mother
D. loved the young man that died.

Jesus' reply to the devil's first temptation of Him was_
A. "...Him only shall you serve"
B. "...Man shall not live by bread alone..."
C. '"You shall not tempt the Lord your God"'
D. "...You shall worship the Lord your God..."

Jesus told the parable of the lost sheep in order to illustrate that
A. every believer ought to rejoice with those who rejoice.
B. no person can hide from God
C. God's love is unlimited
D. there is joy in heaven over a sinner who repents

Jesus was at the wedding in Cana of Galilee because
A. He wanted to demonstrate His power
B. He was invited to the ceremony
C. the groom was His relation
D. the groom ran out of wine

Jesus was tempted by the devil so as to
A. fulfill all righteousness
B. show His power over forces of nature
C. show that no one is above temptation
D. test the devil's power

The Hebrew word Rabboni means
A. disciple
B. priest
C. master
D. Teacher.

The impact of Jesus' miracle of turning water into wine was that the
A. servants were astonished
B. master of ceremony believed
C. disciples believed more in Him
D. people glorified God.

Where were the disciples of Jesus when He had a conversation with the Samaritan woman?
A. They had gone to the city to preach the gospel
B. They had gone to the city to buy food
C. They had gone to the mountain to pray
D. They had gone to wait for Him.

According to Ephesians, children who obey their parents in the Lord will
A. be happy
B. go to heaven
C. have long life
D. be great

According to Peter, God shows no partiality, but in every nation anyone who fears Him is
A. diligent before Him
B. acceptable to Him
C. holy before Him
D. righteous before Him.

According to Romans, the new life is comparable toJesus'
A. resurrection
B. ministry
C. ascension
D. crucifixion.

According to Thessalonians, the day of the Lord will not come unless the
A. living die first
B. scoffers come first
C. dead rise first
D. rebellion comes first.

Busy bodies and those living in idleness in the church at Thessalonica were admonished to
A. pray for those in authority for peace
B. do their work in quietness and earn a living
C. appeal to those in authority to create jobs
D. endure persecution from their masters

In his teaching on partiality, James declares that mercy triumphs over
A. judgment
B. righteousness
C. grace
D. faith.

In Paul's arrangement of the spiritual gifts in Corinthians, the last is
A. the utterance of wisdom
B. interpretation of tongues
C. gifts of healing
D. various kinds of tongues

In Romans, Paul condemned sin taking over mortal bodies in the new life as instruments of
A. greediness
B. wickedness
C. sadness
D. foolishness

In Timothy Paul urges Christians to pray for kings and those in authority for the achievement of
A. a successful Christian life
B. godly and acceptable life
C. peace and exaltation in life
D. quiet and peaceable life

Paul in Romans enjoins all Christians to cast off works of darkness end put on the
A. armour of light
B. armour of faith
C. works of grace
D. works of light.

Peter admonishes that Christians should endure suffering because anyone who has suffered in the flesh
A. shall live the rest of his life in peace
B. shall clothe himself with humility
C. has ceased from sin
D. has overcome death.

Peter enjoins Christians to wait in expectation of the new heavens and the new earth in which
A. evil will be destroyed
B. there will be no more corruption
C. there will be perfection
D. righteousness dwell.

What does Paul advise Roman Christians to do to those who persecute them?
A. Give them drink when thirsty
B. Forgive them
C. Bless them
D. Feed them when hungry.

Which of the following are opposed to each other according to Galatians?
A. Believers and unbelievers
B. Freedmen and salves
C. Jews and Gentiles
D. Flesh and Spirit.

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