Friday, July 24, 2009

Bible Bee-Practice Questions for 2 Samuel

Here are the next set of Bible Knowledge practice questions we have put together for our Junior and Senior constestants. These are all on 2 Samuel. (Please let me know if you find any errors!)

1. 2 Samuel’s key person is:
a. Samuel
b. Saul
c. David
d. Solomon

2. The suggested outline for the book of 2 Samuel has 7 “C’s” for David’s life. Which “C” is used twice?
a. Crowned
b. Channel
c. Confronter
d. Caught

3. David was first crowned in the city of:
a. Hebron
b. Jerusalem
c. Shiloh
d. Bethlehem

4. What city was captured by David’s men, and then made David’s capitol?
a. Gaza
b. Gilead
c. Hebron
d. Jerusalem

5. There were several consequences from David’s sin with Bathsheba. Which choice was not a consequence of this sin?
a. The Death of the son born to Bathsheba and David
b. The Murder of Amnon by his half-brother, Absalom, David’s son
c. The Rebellion of Absalom against David’s throne
d. None of the above

6. David confronted the rebellion of Israel led by who?
a. Joab
b. Sheba
c. Amasa
d. Tamar

7. David brought the Ark of the Covenant into Jerusalem. The Ark of the Covenant was:
a. A symbol of God’s glorious presence in Israel
b. Stolen in war from Israel by the Philippians
c. Lost during the time of the Priest Samuel
d. All of the above

8. David was a conduit of justice, because of 3 years of famine, to what people group?
a. Moabites
b. Philistines
c. Gibeonites
d. Egyptians

9. We learn in 2 Samuel that:
a. We can choose our sin, but we cannot choose the consequences of our sin
b. Lack of submission to God’s chosen leader is lack of submission to God Himself
c. The actions of a few often create misery for the many
d. All of the above

10. David wrote many of the Psalms. What proportion did he write?
a. Over half
b. All
c. About three-fourths
d. Thirty-five percent

11. When David was caught in sin again. What had he done to disobey God?
a. Sent the army out to battle without going himself
b. Set up idols in the Temple
c. Counted his soldiers
d. Refused to talk to Absalom

12. Jewish tradition says who wrote 2 Samuel?
a. Prophets Gad and Nathan
b. David
c. Samuel
d. None of the above

13. 2 Samuel is part of what division of Old Testament books?
a. Poetical
b. Wisdom
c. Major Prophets
d. Historical

14. What practice did David participate in that was common to other nations but prohibited by God?
a. Birthday feasts
b. Marriage alliances
c. Giving gifts to other rulers
d. None of the above

15. What is the name of the famous covenant God made with David?
a. Israelite
b. Davidic
c. Messianic
d. None of the above

16. The opposite of polygamy is:
a. Celibacy
b. Bigamy
c. Monogamy
d. None of the above

17. Psalm 18 is called:
a. David’s Song of Deliverance
b. The Messianic Psalm
c. The Good Shepherd Psalm
d. None of the above

18. God called David:
a. A friend of God
b. The wisest man
c. The greatest man to ever live
d. A man after My own heart

19. From David’s actions we learn which of the following:
a. Confess your sins immediately
b. Ask for God’s mercy in His discipline
c. Give God nothing but your very best as you serve Him.
d. All of the above

20. Which of the following was a descendant of David?
a. Josiah
b. Jesus
c. Solomon
d. All of the above

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