Saturday, July 25, 2009

Bible Bee-Practice Questions for Matthew

Here are the Bible Knowledge questions to help you study and practice for the Bible Bee. Remember these are not official questions! Just possible content you will be questioned on from the study materialf–Matthew and the Handbook.

1. Matthew presents Jesus as:
a. The Personal God
b. The Perfect Man
c. The Perfect Servant
d. The Promised King of the Jews

2. Matthew is structured in four parts labeled with “P” words. Identify the correct order:
a. Proclamation of the King, Preparation of the King, Passion of the King, Promised King of the Jews.
b. Proclamation of the King, Passion of the King, Preparation of the King, Present Program of the King
c. Preparation of the King, Proclamation of the King, Passion of the King, Present Program of the King
d. Promised King of the Jews, Preparation of the King, Proclamation of the King, Passion of the King

3. Matthew begins with the genealogy of Jesus traced back to whom?
a. Abraham
b. Adam
c. Moses
d. Jacob

4. What event in the life of Christ breaks the silence since His birth?
a. Temptation
b. Dedication at Temple
c. Baptism
d. Wedding at Cana

5. How many days was Jesus in the wilderness when He was tempted?
a. Four
b. Eight
c. Forty
d. Eighty

6. Jesus told the disciples to:
a. Follow Me
b. It is more spiritual to be poor
c. Worry about the future
d. Do as the Pharisees did

7. Who did Jesus say would build His church?
a. Pastors
b. Elders
c. Apostles
d. None of the above

8. Who rejected Jesus as Messiah?
a. Pharaoh
b. Caesar
c. Israel’s religious leaders
d. None of the above

9. Jesus taught about church discipline in which chapter?
a. Matthew 18
b. Matthew 20
c. Matthew 22
d. Matthew 24

10. Jesus’ fifth sermon in Matthew deals with:
a. True humility and Church discipline
b. The Tribulation and His Second Coming to earth
c. Parables and apologetics
d. None of the above

11. The mystery period not revealed in the Old Testament is a time of:
a. Jews ruling the earth for 1000 years
b. The building of His church in all nations
c. Seven years of tribulation
d. None of the above

12. Matthew means:
a. Levi
b. Fisher of men
c. Tax collector
d. Gift of the Lord

13. Which of the following words is a key word in Matthew?
a. Fulfilled
b. Seek
c. Go
d. Treasures

14. The stories of the wise men, the centurion, the Canaanite woman, Jesus’ prophecy that the gospel will be preached to the whole world before He returns to earth, and the mandate to His followers to make disciples of all the nations prove:
a. That Jesus was well known while on earth
b. That Jesus forces people to follow Him
c. That Gentiles are included in God’s blessing
d. None of the above

15. What is Matthew 5-7 often called:
a. The Temptation
b. The Parables
c. The Sermon on the Mount
d. The Passion

16. Parable means:
a. A story thrown alongside a truth
b. An analogy
c. A story with a hidden meaning
d. None of the above

17. Many Bible scholars agree that the central topic or theme of Jesus’ parables is:
a. Repentance
b. Obedience
c. The Kingdom of God
d. The Crucifixion

18. Jesus told the parables of the Lost Sheep, Lost Coin, and Lost Son to illustrate what truth?
a. God loves lost people
b. That someone can loose their salvation
c. God needs someone to look for lost things
d. None of the above

19. Immanuel means:
a. God is born
b. God with us
c. God and Jesus
d. None of the above

20. Jesus’ miracles were to validate His words. They were designed to prove His:
a. Kingship
b. Compassion for others
c. Deity
d. All of the above

21. Jesus was crucified for:
a. Doing good works
b. Calling the Pharisees “White washed sepulchers”
c. Threatening the Romans
d. Blasphemy

22. Who is to follow Jesus’ command to make disciples of all nations?
a. Ministers
b. Missionaries
c. Christians
d. Jews

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