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God promised to send bread from heaven to the people of Israel, so as to see if they would

A. walk in His law
B. remain stubborn
C. return to Egypt
D. feel satisfied

At the confirmation of the covenant, after Moses had addressed the people, they answered and said, ______

A. “we are going to obey the LORD our God”
B. “the LORD is our God, we shall obey Him”
C. “all the words which the LORD has spoken we will do”
D. “we shall keep all the commandments of God”

“Father Abraham, have mercy upon me, and send Lazarus …”

Abraham could not grant the rich man’s request above because ______

A. his dogs used to lick Lazarus’ sores.
B. he had no pity on the rich man.
C. there was a chasm between them.
D. the rich man lived in luxury while on earth.


Satan promised to give Jesus all the kingdoms of the world if He would

A. turn stones to loaves of bread
B. throw Himself down from the pinnacle of the temple
C. bow down and worship him
D. perform a miracle

Saul disobeyed God's command through Samuel because ______

A. he feared the people and obeyed their voice.
B. the people wanted to desert him.
C. he was misled by the people.
D. Samuel did not come early for the sacrifice.

“Let us make man in our image, after our likeness …”

In the statement above, in our image implies man ______

A. becoming God
B. being a representative of God to fellow men
C. being like God
D. becoming the exact picture of God

Spiritual gifts, according to Paul, should be used for the

A. upliftment of individuals in the church
B. edification of the church
C. eradication of enmity among Christians
D. upliftment of the community

“……Blessed is the kingdom of our father David that is coming….”

The declaration above was made by the crowd during the ______

A. transfiguration of Jesus
B. feeding of the four thousand
C. Passover feast
D. triumphal entry into Jerusalem

According to Mathew, true wisdom is ______

A. seeking first God’s kingdom and His righteousness
B. knowing the truth and doing it at all times
C. to beware of false prophets and teachers
D. obeying fully the Ten Commandments

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.


Because David sought God’s will to pursue the Amalekites who had invaded Ziklag, he was rewarded with victory and ______

A. many prisoners of war.    B. favour.    C. many new territories.    D. spoils.


The altar that Gideon built under the oak at Ophrah was called

A. The LORD is great   B. The LORD is peace   C. The LORD is present   D. The LORD is strength.


Rahab’s reward for hiding the messengers sent by Joshua to spy out the city of Jericho was that ______

A. the gold, bronze and iron in the city were given to her
B. the city of Jericho was spared for her sake
C. she married one of the spies and became a queen
D. she and her household were spared

Hosea's message to Israel is centered on ______

A. divine punishment.    B. divine love.    C. social justice.    D. the day of judgement.


The greatest domestic problem king David experienced which almost cost him his
kingdom was _____

A. the revolt of Absalom against him
B. his adultery with Bathsheba
C. the killing of Uriah
D. the proclamation of Adonijah as king.


According to James, effective prayer is that which is offered _______

A. loudly.    B. in faith.    C. silently.    D. with emotion.


What did King Josiah do to the altar that was erected by Jeroboam at Bethel?

A. He removed its items
B. He broke its stones into pieces
C. He burnt it down
D. He rained curses upon it

In the story of the transfiguration of Jesus, Moses and Elijah represented the _____

A. glory of God.    B. end of the age.    C. Law and the prophets.    D. Old Testament priests


“It is enough; now, O LORD, take away my life, for I am no better than my fathers.”

The prayer above was said by Elijah when he

A. ran out of food.
B. was threatened by Jezebel.
C. learnt that Ahab was looking for him.
D. has no water to drink at the Brook Cherith.


The new covenant God made with the house of Judah was written on _______

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


Peter advises the elders to tend the flock of God with

A. zeal and credibility
B. authority and compassion
C. a willing and cheerful heart
D. knowledge and understanding.


The man who stirred up the people against Paul in Ephesus was _____

A. Aristarchus.    B. Demetrius.    C. Gaius.    D. Alexander.

According to Matthew, the first two disciples to be called by Jesus were

A. Peter and Andrew
B. Peter and John
C. James and John
D. James and Andrew

Paul, writing to the Philippians, said that God highly exalted Christ and bestowed on Him the name which is above every name because He was

A. both God and man
B. the Son of God
C. obedient and humble
D. the saviour of mankind

‘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 Barjoria.    C. Simeon.   D. Jesus.


‘And let steadfastness have its full effect……’

What does James say would be the outcome of this effect?

A. Righteousness and faith
B. Perfection and completion
C. Trial and endurance
D. Humility and obedience

Jesus had compassion for the five thousand people fed by Him because they were

A. hungry but had no time to eat
B. like sheep without a shepherd
C. strangers from the country and villages far away
D. poor and had no money to buy food

Jesus said His disciples has been made clean by ______

A. their abiding in Him
B. His abiding in them always
C. the word He spoke to them
D. their walking in the spirit

King Josiah ordered an inquiry about the words of the book that was found in the Temple because _______

A. he realized that God was angry with Israel
B. the people demanded a prophetic interpretation of the book
C. he was very excited about the discovery
D. no one was able to read the words of the book

Jesus' teaching on swearing is that Christians should

A. not swear falsely
B. swear when necessary
C. not swear at all
D. swear by the head

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.


Paul advised Christians in Thessalonica to keep away from any brother who is ______

A. very stingy in giving.   B. living in idleness.   C. living in sin.   D. not proclaiming the gospel.


Joseph's foresight as a leader was exemplified in his ______

A. storing food for the seven years of famine.
B. service to Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh.
C. managing the house of Pharaoh very well.
D. forgiving his brothers for selling him into slavery.


Jesus declared that men loved darkness rather than light because _______

A. their hearts were hardened
B. their deeds were evil
C. they had no truth
D. they had been blinded

The promise to those who are persecuted for righteousness sake is that they will _____

A. see God.    B. be called sons of God.    C. inherit the earth.    D. inherit the kingdom of heaven.


The appointment of deacons became necessary because of the complaint by the _______

A. Pharisees.   B. Sadducees.   C. Gentile converts.   D. Hellenists.


According to Paul, a ruler does not bear the sword in vain but he ______

A. leads men into the way of God
B. executes God’s wrath on the wrongdoer
C. rules as influenced by the people
D. enforces civic duties

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.


The resolution of the Jerusalem council was that the Gentiles should abstain from food offered to idols,

A. unchastity, lying, and what is strangled
B. blood, what is strangled and strong drinks
C. what is strangled, blood and unchastity
D. lying, unchastity and strong drinks

In the story of the transfiguration of Jesus, Moses and Elijah represented the _____

A. glory of God
B. Old Testament saints
C. law and the prophets
D. end of the age.


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