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1.
Peter declares that God exalts those who
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A. pray effectively
B. love their neighbours
C. are impartial
D. humble themselves.

2.
The new covenant between God and the Israelites is centered on
.
A. collective responsibility
B. individual responsibility
C. religious doctrines
D. intensive teaching

3.
The ark that God commanded Noah to build was made of
.
A. cedar wood
B. cypress wood
C. acacia wood
D. gopher wood.

4.
During Moses’ leadership in Israel, he exhibited most importantly, the talent of a
.
A. seer
B. preacher
C. mediator
D. warrior

5.
Moses ran away from Egypt after killing an Egyptian because he felt that he might be
.
A. imprisoned by the Egyptian security officers
B. killed by Pharaoh of Egypt
C. endangering other Israelites by his actions
D. killed by the Egyptian mob.

6.
How did God guide Eleazar in choosing a wife for Isaac?
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A. He caused His angel to go ahead of him.
B. He revealed to Rebekah before Eleazar’s arrival
C. He caused Rebekah to give him free accommodation
D. He made Rebekah’s parent willing to release her.

7.
David’s immediate reaction to the news that the hearts of the Israelites have gone after Absalom was to
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A. mobilize his army
B. plead with Absalom
C. weep for Judah
D. flee to the wilderness

8.
David’s inaction to Amnon’s incest with Tamar showed his
.
A. ability to forgive as a leader
B. wisdom and strength of character
C. lack of control over his children
D. excessive love for Amnon.

9.
The young man of Egypt took David to the band of the Amalekites because
.
A. David was kind to him
B. the Spirit of God was working through him
C. he was afraid for his life
D. he sought revenge against his former master.

10.
Because David sought God’s will to pursue the Amalekites who invaded Ziklag, he was rewarded with victory and
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A. many prisoners of war
B. favour
C. many new territories
D. spoils

11.

“...Why then have you not kept watch over your lord the king?...”

The question above by David was addressed to

.
A.

Abishai

B.

Abner

C.

Amasa

D.

Joab


12.
Solomon’s wisdom surpassed the wisdom of all the people of the East and all wisdom of Egypt because he
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A. judged difficult cases
B. got his wisdom from God
C. prayed and fasted daily
D. employed the service of seers.

13.
Saul relied on a medium because God did not answer him through
.
A. dreams, urim and prophets
B. lyre, urim and prophets
C. dreams, visions and prophets
D. inspiration, tambourines and prophets.

14.
When Naboth refused to exchange his vineyard with King Ahab, Ahab reacted by
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A. ordering the killing of Naboth
B. forcefully taking it from him
C. taking to prayers and fasting
D. going to his house vexed and sullen.

15.
The sins of Israel during the reign of Ahab consisted of
.
A. worship of idols
B. desecrating the Temple
C. worship of the King
D. trampling upon the poor.

16.
The book of the law was found in the house of the LORD during the reign of King
.
A. Omri
B. Hezekiah
C. Josiah
D. Ahab.

17.
King Josiah was killed by Pharaoh Neco in a battle at
.
A. Megiddo
B. Egypt
C. Syria
D. Magdallah

18.
The major reason God allowed the Babylonian attack on the city of Jerusalem was to
.
A. restore the people of Judah and their leaders to the true worship of God
B. punish the people of Judah and their leaders for their sins
C. demonstrate the ability of God to deliver His people from captivity
D. set a trap for the Babylonians and destroy them.

19.
When the three Hebrew men refused to worship the King’s image, he commanded that they be
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A. beheaded
B. thrown into the lion’s den
C. thrown into a furnace
D. stoned.

20.
Jonah’s explanation to the LORD for resisting His first call teaches us that GOD is
.
A. quick to anger
B. not sincere in His call
C. repentant of evil
D. not ready to act fast.

21.
Before his call, Amos was a
.
A. farmer
B. prophet
C. herdsman
D. seer.

22.
Amos’ prophecies which were considered as a conspiracy against the northern kingdom were reported to the King by
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A. Hilkiah
B. Micah
C. Micaiah
D. Amaziah

23.
How did God help Jeremiah overcome his inability to speak as prophet?
.
A. He gave him a cake of honey to eat.
B. He touched his mouth with a burning coal.
C. He put out His hands and touched his mouth.
D. He sent the Seraphim to speak to him.

24.
Prophet Ezekiel was set upon his feet to hear the LORD speak when
.
A. the spirit entered into him
B. he was made to touch the ephod
C. an angel of the LORD lifted him
D. a voice from heaven commanded him to do so.

25.
According to Jeremiah, the people of Israel were in exile because of their
.
A. maltreatment of the poor
B. unfaithfulness and faithlessness
C. impatience and immorality
D. rebellion against Nebuchadnezzar

26.

“...and many will rejoice at his birth; for he will be great before the Lord...”

In the statement above, the angel made this pronouncement because of

.
A.

Zachariah’s fervent prayers

B.

Joseph’s hesitation to marry Mary

C.

Elizabeth’s disbelief because of her barrenness

D.

Mary’s holy nature.


27.
One quality of a good disciple that was exhibited by the first followers of Jesus was
.
A. diligence
B. resourcefulness
C. faith
D. piousness

28.

“Lord, if you will, you can make me clean.”

The statement above was made by the

.
A.

centurion servant

B.

epileptic boy

C.

leper

D.

paralytic


29.

The disciples of Jesus could not heal the boy with epilepsy because they

.
A.

were powerless

B.

did not pray

C.

did not fast

D.

had little faith


30.
The seeds that fell among the thorns in the parable of the sower refer to people that heard the word of God but
.
A. the criticism of others quenched it
B. the cares of the world choked it
C. the evil one snatched it
D. had no faith to nurture it

31.
The promise to those who are persecuted for righteousness sake is that they will
.
A. see God
B. be called the sons of God
C. inherit the earth
D. inherit the kingdom of heaven.

32.
According to Peter during the great confession, people believed that Jesus was
.
A. the Son of God
B. one of the prophets
C. the Messiah
D. a priest.

33.

“...Behold, your king is coming to you, humble, and mounted on an ass,...”

The prophecy in the statement above was fulfilled during Jesus’

.
A.

triumphal entry

B.

baptism by John

C.

birth in a manger

D.

transfiguration


34.
After his arrest, Jesus was taken to
.
A. Caiaphas
B. Pilate
C. Pontiphas
D. Agrippa

35.
According to Mark, the young man that the women saw in Jesus’ tomb told them to go with the disciples and wait for Him in
.
A. Bethany
B. Galilee
C. Bethlehem
D. Jerusalem

36.

“He was not the light but was sent to bear witness to the light.”

The statement above refers to

.
A.

John the Baptist

B.

Peter Barjona

C.

Simeon

D.

Jesus


37.
The appointment of deacons became necessary because of the complaint by the
.
A. Pharisees
B. Sadducees
C. Gentile converts
D. Hellenists.

38.
According to Paul, before his conversion, he persecuted the church violently to
.
A. destroy it
B. have it conform to the law
C. make it desirable to the Gentiles
D. purge it.

39.

“Lord, I have heard from many about this man, how much evil he has done to thy saints at Jerusalem...”

Ananias’ response above to God’s request for him to meet Saul shows that he

.
A.

was not interested in meeting Saul

B.

was afraid to meet Saul

C.

felt that Saul should not be forgiven

D.

felt that Saul should be punished.


40.

“It is necessary to circumcise them, and to charge them to keep the law of Moses.”

In response to the Pharisees’ statement above, Peter rebuked them by saying that God has

.
A.

cleansed the Gentiles’ heart by faith

B.

put the yoke upon the Gentiles’ neck

C.

made circumcision for only those in leadership

D.

chosen the Israelites among other people.


41.
According to Galatians, judgement is without mercy to one who has shown no mercy, yet mercy triumphs over
.
A. judgement
B. punishment
C. tribulation
D. the Law.

42.
According to Colossians, the Lord does not wish that any should perish, but that all should
.
A. be humble
B. repent
C. rejoice
D. be saved

43.
According to Peter, when Christians humble themselves, God will
.
A. grant them eternal life
B. exalt them
C. protect them
D. direct their ways

44.
According to Paul in his letter to Philemon, forgiveness should not be by compulsion but by
.
A. free will
B. His grace
C. justification
D. faith

45.
In Corinthians, Paul said that one can only say Jesus is Lord by
.
A. grace
B. the Holy Spirit
C. denouncing the Law
D. faith

46.
When Christians give freely, God will supply
.
A. their needs according to the measure they give
B. their needs day by day
C. only for those that give
D. their needs according to His riches in glory.

47.
Paul in Timothy urged believers to make supplications, prayers, intercession and thanksgivings for all those who
.
A. have wronged them
B. are in need
C. are in authority
D. have accepted Christ.

48.
According to Thessalonians, the second coming of the Lord will be
.
A. when the elements are dissolved
B. like a thief in the night
C. with the blowing of a trumpet
D. after scoffers have come

49.
According to James, when we meet various trails in life, we should
.
A. count it all joy
B. rejoice because the Lord is good
C. bless God’s name
D. call upon the name of the Lord.

50.

“As each has received a gift, employ it for one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace...”

In the statement above, Peter teaches believers the virtue of

.
A.

communion

B.

fellowship

C.

hospitality

D.

giving


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