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1. The signs that God showed to Moses at his call were meant to

A. convince Pharaoh that he was the prophet of God.
B. portray him as superior to the Egyptian magicians.
C. enable him to perform miracles before Pharaoh.
D. convince the people that he has been sent by God.

2. “The LORD give you children by this woman …” Eli offered this prayer because of Hannah’s

A. loan of Samuel to the LORD.
B. faith in God.
C. love for the service of the LORD.
D. desire for more children from God.

3. ‘All the words which the LORD has spoken we will do …’ What was Moses’ response to this declaration by the Israelites?

A. He asked them to pick twelve stones to represent the tribes.
B. He charged them to walk faithfully before the LORD.
C. He offered peace offerings to the LORD.
D. He said that the LORD was witness to their declaration.

4. King Saul asked Jesse to send David to him because he wanted David to

A. kill Goliath
B. serve him
C. marry his daughter, Michal
D. become Jonathan’s friend.

5. King Rehoboam refused to take the counsel of the elders because

A. it was wrong counsel
B. he was afraid of the outcome of their counsel
C. it was a turn of affairs brought about by the LORD
D. he was stubborn.

6. What did Saul do after his defeat of the Amalekites?

A. He returned to Shiloh.
B. He set up a monument for himself.
C. He offered sacrifices to God.
D. He repented of his sins.

7. “Is not David hiding himself on the hill of Hachilah, which is on the east of Jeshimon? The report above was made to King Saul by the

A. Philistines
B. Amalekites
C. Ziphites
D. Hittites.

8. The sign of the covenant between God and Noah for all future generations was

A. a treaty of peace.
B. bow in the cloud.
C. cloud
D. circumcision

9. “Let us flee from before Israel; for the LORD fights for them …”

The statement above was made by the Egyptians when

A. the LORD drove the sea back by a strong east wind.
B. Moses stretched out his hand over the sea.
C. the angel of God stood between them and the Hebrews.
D. their chariots were clogged in the sea.

10. Moses told the Israelites that the LORD would give them flesh in the evening and bread in the morning because He had

A. heard their prayers.
B. seen their suffering.
C. heard their murmurings.
D. promised to feed them.

11. The river that flowed out of Eden, to water the garden divided and became four rivers namely

A. Pishon, Tigris, Gihon and Nile
B. Nile, Pishon, Euphrates and Tigris
C. Gihon, Pishon, Tigris and Euphrates
D. Pishon, Euphrates, Gihon and Jordan.
12. The new covenant God made with the house of Judah was written on

A. stones
B. tablets
C. their foreheads
D. their hearts.

13. “… When my soul fainted within me, I remembered the LORD, and my prayer came to thee …”

The prayer above was offered by Jonah

A. at Tarshish
B. at Nineveh
C. in the belly of the fish
D. their hearts.
14. When the Babylonians captured King Zedekiah, they

A. killed him immediately
B. put out his eyes
C. assaulted his wives in his presence
D. took his sons to Babylon.

15. According to Hosea, the LORD would not have pity upon children of his faithless wife because

A. they had not been faithful
B. they were rebellious children
C. their mother had played the harlot
D. their mother had not shown pity on them.

16. The men who threw Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego into the fiery furnace were

A. consumed by the flames
B. promoted by the king
C. amazed that the Hebrews were not burnt
D. assisted to escape from being burnt.

17. “Hear this word, you cows of Bashan …who oppress the poor, who crush the needy …”

Cows of Bashan in the statement above refers to the

A. women of Samaria
B. wicked kings
C. false prophets
D. judges in Israel

18. God promised the faithless Israelites that if they repented of their sins and returned to Him, He would

A. fill them with His knowledge
B. deliver their enemies into their hands
C. give them shepherds after His own heart
D. give them favour in the sight of the nations.

19. God decided not to punish the people of Israel during the reign of Josiah for the sins they committed because

A. Josiah humbled himself before the LORD and repented
B. He was merciful to him
C. Josiah walked righteously before the LORD, his God
D. He did not want Josiah to backslide.

20. Amos declared that the Jews who built houses of hewn stone would not dwell in them because they

A. swore falsely
B. persecuted the prophets
C. trampled upon the poor
D. worshipped other gods.



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