1 Kings 3-5

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1 Kings 3-5 - Quiz

Test your knowledge of the bible passage 1 Kings 1-3


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How did Solomon make a peace treaty with Pharaoh? 1 Kings 3:1

    • A.

      They signed a peace treaty agreement

    • B.

      Solomon married Pharaoh's daughter

    Correct Answer
    B. Solomon married Pharaoh's daughter
    Explanation
    Solomon made a peace treaty with Pharaoh by marrying Pharaoh's daughter. This marriage alliance between Solomon and Pharaoh's daughter helped to establish a peaceful relationship between the two kingdoms. By marrying into the royal family, Solomon solidified a bond of trust and cooperation with Pharaoh, leading to a peaceful treaty between their nations.

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  • 2. 

    Was Solomon doing the right thing by going to the high places to offer sacrifices and burn incense? 1 Kings 3:3

    • A.

      Yes

    • B.

      No

    Correct Answer
    B. No
    Explanation
    Solomon was not doing the right thing by going to the high places to offer sacrifices and burn incense. In the Old Testament, the high places were often associated with pagan worship and idolatry. God had specifically commanded the Israelites to worship Him at the designated place of worship, the tabernacle or later the temple. By going to the high places, Solomon was disobeying God's command and engaging in practices that were not aligned with true worship of God.

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  • 3. 

    How did God appear to Simeon while he was at Gibeon? 1 Kings 3:5

    • A.

      In a burning bush

    • B.

      In a dream at night

    • C.

      In a vision in the middle of the day

    Correct Answer
    B. In a dream at night
    Explanation
    According to the Bible, God appeared to Simeon in a dream at night. This means that Simeon had a vision or encounter with God while he was sleeping. This form of communication from God is often mentioned in the Bible, where individuals receive messages, guidance, or revelations through dreams.

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  • 4. 

    After God told Solomon to ask him for whatever he wanted, what did Solomon respond with? 1 Kings 3:9

    • A.

      Wisdom to rule and judge well and to know the difference between right and wrong

    • B.

      Wealth

    • C.

      Long life

    Correct Answer
    A. Wisdom to rule and judge well and to know the difference between right and wrong
    Explanation
    Solomon responded to God by asking for wisdom to rule and judge well, and to have discernment between right and wrong. He recognized the importance of making wise decisions and sought the ability to govern effectively. Solomon's request demonstrated his humility and desire to fulfill his responsibilities as a leader.

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  • 5. 

    Of all the leading officials during Solomon's reign, who was the official who wrote down all of the historical notes about the people? 1 Kings 4:3

    • A.

      Jehoshaphat

    • B.

      Elihoreph

    • C.

      Ahijah

    Correct Answer
    A. Jehoshaphat
    Explanation
    Jehoshaphat is the correct answer because according to 1 Kings 4:3, he was the official who wrote down all of the historical notes about the people during Solomon's reign.

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  • 6. 

    Who was the governor of the hill country of Ephraim? 1 Kings 4:8

    • A.

      Ben Hur

    • B.

      Ben Deker

    • C.

      Ben Hesed

    Correct Answer
    A. Ben Hur
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Ben Hur. According to 1 Kings 4:8, Ben Hur was the governor of the hill country of Ephraim.

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  • 7. 

    Which of the following describes the people of Israel and Judah under Solomon's reign? 1 Kings 4:20

    • A.

      They were happy and had plenty to eat

    • B.

      They were sad and never felt like they were good enough

    • C.

      They were hungry and there was a famine

    Correct Answer
    A. They were happy and had plenty to eat
    Explanation
    During Solomon's reign, the people of Israel and Judah were described as being happy and having an abundance of food. This suggests that the kingdom was prosperous and that the people were content with their lives. There was no indication of sadness or feelings of inadequacy. Additionally, there was no mention of hunger or famine, further reinforcing the idea of a prosperous and flourishing kingdom under Solomon's rule.

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  • 8. 

    What were the borders with other countries like during Solomon's reign? 1 Kings 4:24

    • A.

      Constant fighting

    • B.

      Peaceful

    Correct Answer
    B. Peaceful
    Explanation
    During Solomon's reign, the borders with other countries were peaceful. This implies that there were no major conflicts or wars occurring between Solomon's kingdom and neighboring nations. The absence of constant fighting suggests that there was likely stability and harmony in the region during this time, allowing for peaceful relations and potentially fostering trade and diplomacy between Solomon's kingdom and its neighboring countries.

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