Test Your Knowledge Of The Bible Passage: 1 Samuel 21-24

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Test your knowledge of the bible passage: 1 Samuel 21-24


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What was the only thing that the priest had on hand to give David to eat?

    • A.

      The bread that had been prepared and placed in the temple for the Lord

    • B.

      Dried ham

    • C.

      Dried bacon

    Correct Answer
    A. The bread that had been prepared and placed in the temple for the Lord
    Explanation
    The priest had the bread that had been prepared and placed in the temple for the Lord to give to David to eat.

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  • 2. 

    What was the only weapon that the priest had to give to David? 1 Sam 21:8-9

    • A.

      A sling with a pouch containing 5 smooth stones

    • B.

      The sword of Goliath

    Correct Answer
    B. The sword of Goliath
    Explanation
    In 1 Samuel 21:8-9, it is mentioned that the priest gave David the sword of Goliath. This is the only weapon that the priest had to give to David. The sword of Goliath was a significant weapon as it symbolized the victory of David over the giant Goliath. It was a powerful and renowned weapon that David could use to defend himself and face any potential threats.

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  • 3. 

    What happened to the priest because he had given David bread and a sword and he had prayed for him? 1 Sam 22:16-18

    • A.

      The Lord blessed him with a bounty of food and weapons the following day

    • B.

      The priest was killed

    Correct Answer
    B. The priest was killed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the priest was killed. In 1 Samuel 22:16-18, King Saul ordered his guards to kill the priest Ahimelech and his entire family because he believed they had conspired against him by helping David. This tragic event occurred despite the fact that Ahimelech had provided David with bread and a sword and had prayed for him.

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  • 4. 

    What promise did David make to Saul at Saul's request? 1 Sam 24:21

    • A.

      That he would not kill his descendants, even after Saul was dead and David was king of Israel

    • B.

      That he would help those in his family who were crippled and could not walk

    Correct Answer
    A. That he would not kill his descendants, even after Saul was dead and David was king of Israel
    Explanation
    In 1 Samuel 24:21, David made a promise to Saul that he would not kill Saul's descendants, even after Saul was dead and David became the king of Israel. This promise shows David's respect and loyalty towards Saul, despite the fact that Saul had been trying to kill David out of jealousy. David's commitment to spare Saul's descendants demonstrates his desire to honor Saul's family and maintain unity within the kingdom.

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  • 5. 

    What did Saul request that David use as collateral for making his promise? 1 Sam 24:20

    • A.

      His firstborn son, to be presented as a special gift to the Lord

    • B.

      The Lord's name

    Correct Answer
    B. The Lord's name
    Explanation
    In 1 Samuel 24:20, Saul requested that David use the Lord's name as collateral for making his promise. This means that Saul wanted David to invoke the name of the Lord as a guarantee or assurance of his commitment. By using the Lord's name in this way, Saul expected David to uphold his promise and fulfill his obligations.

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