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Judges is one of the books that contain the Deuteronomic history. It tells us of the story of the people who served as military leaders before the Israelites monarchy was established. Take up the Fun quiz below and see how well you remember the history of the Israelites covered in this book.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    After the death of Joshua it came to pass, that the children of Israel asked what of the LORD? (Chapter 1)

    • A.

      More Land

    • B.

      "Who shall go up for us against the Canaanites first, to fight against them

    • C.

      "Where is the tent of tabernacle

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. "Who shall go up for us against the Canaanites first, to fight against them
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Who shall go up for us against the Canaanites first, to fight against them." This answer is supported by the context provided in the question. After the death of Joshua, the children of Israel were seeking guidance from the LORD on who should lead them in battle against the Canaanites.

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  • 2. 

    Who did the LORD deliver to Judah?

    • A.

      The Canaanites & Perizzites

    • B.

      Just the Canaanites

    • C.

      Bezek

    • D.

      Hittites

    Correct Answer
    A. The Canaanites & Perizzites
    Explanation
    The LORD delivered the Canaanites and Perizzites to Judah. This means that these two groups of people were defeated or conquered by the people of Judah with the help of the LORD.

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  • 3. 

    When they found Adon-bezek what did they do?

    • A.

      Cut his thumbs only

    • B.

      Cut his hair

    • C.

      Cut off his thumbs and his great toes

    • D.

      Cut his great toes only

    Correct Answer
    C. Cut off his thumbs and his great toes
    Explanation
    When they found Adon-bezek, they cut off his thumbs and his great toes. This suggests that they were punishing or disabling him in some way, possibly as a form of humiliation or to prevent him from being able to fight or escape effectively. This act of cutting off his thumbs and great toes would have significantly impaired his ability to use his hands and feet, making him vulnerable and dependent on others for basic tasks.

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  • 4. 

    What did Caleb say concerning Kirjath-sepher and take it? Who took it?

    • A.

      Bless you at the city gates: Kenaz

    • B.

      Anoint with oil: Othneil

    • C.

      Inhabit the Land: Judah

    • D.

      I give Achsah his daughter to wife: Othniel

    Correct Answer
    D. I give Achsah his daughter to wife: Othniel
    Explanation
    The answer states that Othniel received Achsah, Caleb's daughter, as his wife. This suggests that Caleb made the decision to give his daughter in marriage to Othniel.

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  • 5. 

    What did Achsah ask from Caleb?

    • A.

      Blessing & Springs of water

    • B.

      Blessing & Her Husband

    • C.

      Blessing & Palm trees

    • D.

      Blessings & Chariots

    Correct Answer
    A. Blessing & Springs of water
    Explanation
    Achsah asked Caleb for blessings and springs of water. This implies that she wanted Caleb to bless her and also provide her with a source of water, which is essential for survival and sustenance.

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  • 6. 

    How old was Joshua when he died? Chapter 2

    • A.

      80

    • B.

      100

    • C.

      110

    • D.

      120

    Correct Answer
    C. 110
    Explanation
    The question asks for the age of Joshua at the time of his death. Among the given options, the only age that matches is 110.

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  • 7. 

    Who killed Eglon, king of Moab?

    • A.

      Othniel

    • B.

      Ehud

    • C.

      Samson

    • D.

      Shamgar

    Correct Answer
    B. Ehud
    Explanation
    Ehud killed Eglon, the king of Moab. This event is mentioned in the Book of Judges in the Bible. Ehud was an Israelite judge who was sent by God to deliver the Israelites from the oppression of the Moabites. He cleverly deceived Eglon by pretending to have a secret message for him and then stabbed him with a hidden dagger, killing him. This assassination marked a significant victory for the Israelites against their enemies.

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  • 8. 

    What did Jael give Sisera to drink?

    • A.

      Water

    • B.

      Mead

    • C.

      Wine

    • D.

      Milk

    Correct Answer
    D. Milk
    Explanation
    Jael gave Sisera milk to drink. This is evident from the biblical account in Judges 4:19, where Jael offers Sisera a jug of milk and covers him with a blanket. The milk is significant because it symbolizes hospitality and comfort, lulling Sisera into a false sense of security before Jael kills him.

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  • 9. 

    Who sang the song celebrating the downfall of Sisera?

    • A.

      Hannah

    • B.

      Solomon

    • C.

      Deborah & Barak

    • D.

      Shamgar & Ehud

    Correct Answer
    C. Deborah & Barak
    Explanation
    Deborah and Barak sang the song celebrating the downfall of Sisera. This is evident from the context of the question, which asks about the singer of the song. In the biblical account, Deborah was a prophetess and judge of Israel, and Barak was a military commander who led the Israelite army to victory over Sisera, the Canaanite general. After their victory, Deborah and Barak sang a song of praise and celebration, which is recorded in the Book of Judges. Therefore, Deborah and Barak are the correct answer to the question.

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  • 10. 

    What offering did Gideon present to the angel of the Lord?

    • A.

      Two turtle doves

    • B.

      A bullock and a grain offering

    • C.

      A one year old lamb without blemish

    • D.

      A kid and some unleavened cakes

    Correct Answer
    D. A kid and some unleavened cakes
    Explanation
    Gideon presented a kid and some unleavened cakes as an offering to the angel of the Lord. This offering was significant because it was a common practice in ancient times to offer animals and food as sacrifices to God or divine beings. The kid and unleavened cakes were likely chosen because they were considered pure and without blemish, symbolizing the sincerity and devotion of Gideon's offering.

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  • 11. 

    How many volunteer soldiers did Gideon have initially?

    • A.

      5000

    • B.

      10000

    • C.

      22000

    • D.

      32000

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. 32000
    Explanation
    Gideon initially had 32,000 volunteer soldiers.

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  • 12. 

    What equipment did Gideon issue to his soldiers?

    • A.

      A sword, a shield, and a helmet

    • B.

      A trumpet, a pitcher and a torch

    • C.

      The ark of God, a sword, and a trumpet

    • D.

      Slings and stones

    Correct Answer
    B. A trumpet, a pitcher and a torch
    Explanation
    Gideon issued a trumpet, a pitcher, and a torch to his soldiers. This is evident from the story of Gideon in the Bible, specifically in the book of Judges. Gideon's army was greatly outnumbered by the Midianites, so he devised a strategy where each soldier would carry a trumpet, a pitcher, and a torch. They would surround the enemy camp at night, then at Gideon's signal, they would blow the trumpets, break the pitchers to reveal the torches, and shout "The sword of the Lord and of Gideon!" This caused confusion and fear among the Midianites, leading to their defeat.

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  • 13. 

    How sons did Gideon have?

    • A.

      10

    • B.

      24

    • C.

      70

    • D.

      100

    Correct Answer
    C. 70
    Explanation
    Gideon had 70 sons. This information is given in the question itself.

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  • 14. 

    Why did Jephthan flee to the land of Tob?

    • A.

      He killed one of his brothers

    • B.

      He was illegitimate and his brothers drove him out

    • C.

      He wanted to spend his inhertiance

    • D.

      He eloped with his neighbor's daughter

    Correct Answer
    B. He was illegitimate and his brothers drove him out
    Explanation
    Jephthan fled to the land of Tob because he was illegitimate and his brothers drove him out. This suggests that Jephthan was not accepted or welcomed by his own family due to his illegitimate status, which led to his expulsion from his home.

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  • 15. 

    Against which enemy did Jephthan lead Israel?

    • A.

      Ammonites

    • B.

      Philistines

    • C.

      Midianites

    • D.

      Edomites

    Correct Answer
    A. Ammonites
    Explanation
    Jephthah led Israel against the Ammonites. The Ammonites were a neighboring tribe that had oppressed the Israelites, and Jephthah was chosen by the Israelites to be their leader in the battle against them. He successfully defeated the Ammonites and brought peace to the land.

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  • 16. 

    For how long did Abdon, son of Hillel, judge Israel?

    • A.

      5 years

    • B.

      8 years

    • C.

      12 years

    • D.

      20 Years

    Correct Answer
    B. 8 years
    Explanation
    Abdon, son of Hillel, served as a judge for 8 years. This information is not explicitly mentioned in the question, but it is the correct answer given.

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  • 17. 

    What was the name of Samson's father?

    • A.

      Zorah

    • B.

      Phileas

    • C.

      Amon

    • D.

      Manoah

    Correct Answer
    D. Manoah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Manoah. Manoah was the father of Samson, a biblical figure known for his incredible strength. Manoah played a significant role in the story of Samson's birth and was visited by an angel who foretold the birth of his son. Manoah's obedience to the angel's instructions ultimately led to the birth of Samson, making him an important figure in Samson's life and story.

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  • 18. 

    What surprised Samson on his way Timmnah with his parents?

    • A.

      A thunderstorm

    • B.

      A fallen tree blocking the way

    • C.

      A young lion

    • D.

      An attack by his enemies

    Correct Answer
    C. A young lion
    Explanation
    Samson was surprised by a young lion on his way to Timnath with his parents. This unexpected encounter with a dangerous wild animal would have been shocking and unexpected for Samson. It would have posed a threat to his safety and potentially caused fear and panic.

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  • 19. 

    What animal did Samson send through the Philistine fields?

    • A.

      Cattle

    • B.

      Sheep

    • C.

      Horses

    • D.

      Foxes

    Correct Answer
    D. Foxes
    Explanation
    Samson sent foxes through the Philistine fields. This is evident from the biblical story of Samson in the book of Judges. Samson tied torches to the tails of foxes and released them into the fields, causing destruction to the Philistines' crops. This act was part of Samson's revenge against the Philistines for their mistreatment of him and his people.

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  • 20. 

    What  was the source of Samson's strength?

    • A.

      Woven hair

    • B.

      Dreaded Locks

    • C.

      Uncut Hair

    • D.

      New ropes

    Correct Answer
    C. Uncut Hair
    Explanation
    Samson's strength was derived from his uncut hair. In the biblical story of Samson, it is mentioned that he had taken a Nazirite vow, which included not cutting his hair. As long as his hair remained uncut, he possessed supernatural strength. However, when his hair was cut by Delilah, his strength was taken from him, leading to his capture and downfall.

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  • 21. 

    Where was Samson when he died.

    • A.

      Timnah

    • B.

      Philistine Temple

    • C.

      Delilah's house

    • D.

      Jerusalem

    Correct Answer
    B. Philistine Temple
    Explanation
    Samson was in the Philistine Temple when he died. This is indicated by the fact that he was captured by the Philistines, blinded, and brought to their temple as a spectacle. While in the temple, Samson prayed to God for strength one last time and pushed down the pillars of the temple, causing it to collapse and killing himself along with thousands of Philistines.

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  • 22. 

    What did the silversmith do with Micha's silver?

    • A.

      Give it to the poor

    • B.

      Gave it back to Micah

    • C.

      Made it into an idol

    • D.

      Hid it in the gound

    Correct Answer
    C. Made it into an idol
    Explanation
    The silversmith took Micha's silver and transformed it into an idol.

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  • 23. 

    Which men murdered the Levite's concubine? 

    • A.

      The men of Israel

    • B.

      The men of Gibeah

    • C.

      The men of Zidon

    • D.

      The men of Jabesh

    Correct Answer
    B. The men of Gibeah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the men of Gibeah. In the biblical story, the Levite's concubine was taken and abused by a group of wicked men from the city of Gibeah. This incident led to a conflict between the tribe of Benjamin (to which Gibeah belonged) and the other tribes of Israel.

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  • 24. 

    What are the two purposes of the book of Judges?

    • A.

      A historical following the days of Moses & Caleb and Joshua

    • B.

      A historical following the days of Gideon

    • C.

      A historical following the days of Gideon and Joshua

    • D.

      A & C

    • E.

      A historical following the exciting days of Moses & Joshua; Bridge to the times of Samuel and Saul

    Correct Answer
    E. A historical following the exciting days of Moses & Joshua; Bridge to the times of Samuel and Saul
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A historical following the exciting days of Moses & Joshua; Bridge to the times of Samuel and Saul." The book of Judges serves two purposes: it provides a historical account of the exciting days of Moses and Joshua, and it also serves as a bridge to the times of Samuel and Saul. It covers the period after the Israelites entered the Promised Land and before the establishment of the monarchy under Saul. The book highlights the cycle of sin, judgment, repentance, and deliverance that the Israelites went through during this time.

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  • 25. 

    What is the common thread in the book of Judges concerning the conditions of the LORD to provide a leader to help them?

    • A.

      When they went to the tent of meeting

    • B.

      When they did burnt offerings

    • C.

      When they went to the next leader

    • D.

      When they cried out unto the Lord

    • E.

      A & B

    Correct Answer
    D. When they cried out unto the Lord
    Explanation
    The common thread in the book of Judges concerning the conditions of the LORD to provide a leader to help them is when they cried out unto the Lord. This implies that the people of Israel had to be in a state of distress or need and seek help from God before He would provide them with a leader. This pattern suggests that God wanted the people to rely on Him and acknowledge their dependence on Him before He would intervene and provide them with a leader.

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  • 26. 

    What is the main clue in the Book of Judges?

    • A.

      Don't judge anyone

    • B.

      Judge and not be juded

    • C.

      "In those days there was no king in Israel"

    • D.

      The coined phrase is rebirth, "He comes the judge"

    Correct Answer
    C. "In those days there was no king in Israel"
    Explanation
    The main clue in the Book of Judges is the statement "In those days there was no king in Israel." This clue suggests that the book is set in a time when Israel did not have a centralized monarchy, and therefore there was no central authority or leadership. This sets the context for the various stories and events described in the book, where different judges rise up to deliver and govern the Israelites during times of crisis.

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  • 27. 

    Based on Judges 6 what was another way to show wealth?

    • A.

      The women wore up to 15 pair of earrings

    • B.

      The camels were adorned in spoils

    • C.

      Golden Lampstands

    • D.

      A & B

    Correct Answer
    D. A & B
    Explanation
    In Judges 6, it is mentioned that women wore up to 15 pairs of earrings, which was a way to display their wealth. Additionally, the camels were adorned in spoils, indicating the wealth of the owners. Therefore, both options A and B are correct as they both represent different ways of showcasing wealth.

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  • 28. 

    What did the angel of the God tell Gideon to do with his offering?

    • A.

      Take the meat and the leavened bread and lay them on the rock

    • B.

      Take the flour and the unleavened bread and lay them on the rock

    • C.

      Take the meat and the unleavened bread and lay them on the rock

    • D.

      Take the broth and the unleavened bread and lay them on the rock

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Take the meat and the unleavened bread and lay them on the rock
    Explanation
    The angel of God instructed Gideon to take the meat and the unleavened bread and lay them on the rock. This suggests that the offering should consist of both meat and unleavened bread, and it should be placed on the rock as an act of worship or sacrifice.

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  • 29. 

    Who did the Lord tell Gideon to take if he was afraid to go down to the camp?

    • A.

      No one

    • B.

      Purah your servant

    • C.

      His Fleece

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Purah your servant
    Explanation
    The Lord told Gideon to take Purah, his servant, if he was afraid to go down to the camp. This suggests that the Lord wanted Gideon to have a companion and support during his mission, someone who could provide assistance and encouragement. By taking Purah with him, Gideon would have someone to rely on and help him overcome his fears.

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  • 30. 

    What was the name of the name of the altar that Gideon built for the LORD?

    • A.

      The-LORD-Is-My Banner

    • B.

      Oprah of Abiezrites

    • C.

      The-LORD-Is-Rock

    • D.

      Altar of Jerubbaal

    • E.

      The-LORD-Is-Peace

    Correct Answer
    E. The-LORD-Is-Peace
    Explanation
    Gideon built an altar for the LORD and named it "The-LORD-Is-Peace". This name reflects Gideon's desire for peace and his recognition that true peace comes from the LORD. Gideon's act of building this altar and giving it this name demonstrates his faith and trust in God's ability to bring peace to his people.

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  • 31. 

    What happened before Gideon blew the trumpet?

    • A.

      The Abeiezrites gathered behind him

    • B.

      Messengers went to Manasseh

    • C.

      The Spirit of the LORD came him

    • D.

      Nothing, he just blew it

    Correct Answer
    C. The Spirit of the LORD came him
    Explanation
    Before Gideon blew the trumpet, the Spirit of the LORD came upon him. This implies that Gideon was empowered and guided by a divine presence or force. The arrival of the Spirit of the LORD indicates that Gideon was chosen and appointed by God for a specific purpose, which in this case was to lead the Israelites in battle against their enemies. This event is significant as it highlights the supernatural intervention and support that Gideon received before engaging in the upcoming conflict.

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  • 32. 

    What did Gideon order the 300 men to say once he blew the trumpet on every side of the camp?

    • A.

      Nothing

    • B.

      " For the Lord and For Gideon"

    • C.

      " For the Lord and For Country"

    • D.

      ""Victory is Mine

    Correct Answer
    B. " For the Lord and For Gideon"
    Explanation
    Gideon ordered the 300 men to say "For the Lord and For Gideon" once he blew the trumpet on every side of the camp. This phrase was meant to signify their loyalty and commitment to both God and Gideon as they prepared to engage in battle. By proclaiming their allegiance to both, they were demonstrating their faith in God's guidance and their trust in Gideon's leadership.

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  • 33. 

    What two princesses did the men of Ephraim capture?

    • A.

      Oreb and Zeeb

    • B.

      Zebah and Zalmumma

    • C.

      Nobah and Jogbehah

    • D.

      A & B

    Correct Answer
    A. Oreb and Zeeb
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Oreb and Zeeb.

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  • 34. 

    How did Micah sin by making his son a priest?

    • A.

      He wasn't circumcised

    • B.

      He didn't make it to Shiloh

    • C.

      He wasn't at the Passover

    • D.

      Son was not from Aaron's line

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. Son was not from Aaron's line
    Explanation
    Micah sinned by making his son a priest because his son was not from Aaron's line. In the Old Testament, only the descendants of Aaron were allowed to serve as priests. By appointing his own son as a priest, Micah was going against God's specific instructions and disregarding the established lineage for the priesthood. This action was considered a sin because it violated the prescribed order and authority set by God.

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  • 35. 

    What was the name of Gideon's concubine?

    • A.

      Abimelech

    • B.

      Ophrah

    • C.

      Jaylen

    • D.

      Michal

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. None of the above
    Explanation
    The question asks for the name of Gideon's concubine, but none of the options provided (Abimelech, Ophrah, Jaylen, Michal) are correct. Therefore, the correct answer is "None of the above."

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  • 36. 

    What city did Gideon set up his ephod, from the gold he collected? How long was the country quiet?

    • A.

      Jerusalem: 40 years

    • B.

      Ophrah; 40 years

    • C.

      Schchem: 40 years

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Ophrah; 40 years
    Explanation
    Gideon set up his ephod in Ophrah, using the gold he had collected. After this, the country remained quiet for a period of 40 years.

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  • 37. 

    Who killed 70 sons sons of Jerub-Baal?

    • A.

      Shechem

    • B.

      Jotham

    • C.

      Abimelech

    • D.

      Baal-Berith

    Correct Answer
    C. Abimelech
    Explanation
    Abimelech killed the 70 sons of Jerub-Baal. This is mentioned in the Book of Judges in the Bible. Abimelech was the son of Gideon, also known as Jerub-Baal, and a concubine from Shechem. After the death of his father, Abimelech convinced the people of Shechem to make him their ruler. However, one of Gideon's sons, Jotham, escaped and delivered a parable that condemned Abimelech's rule. Eventually, Abimelech was killed by a millstone thrown by a woman, fulfilling the curse of Jotham and bringing an end to his reign.

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  • 38. 

    Who spirit was sent to a  Abimelech and the men of  Shechem?

    • A.

      Spirit of fear

    • B.

      Spirit of Shame

    • C.

      Spirit of Victory

    • D.

      A & B

    • E.

      Spirit of ill will

    Correct Answer
    E. Spirit of ill will
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Spirit of ill will." This means that the spirit that was sent to Abimelech and the men of Shechem was a spirit of ill will. This implies that their intentions and actions were driven by a malicious and hostile attitude towards others.

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  • 39. 

    So Abimelech came as far as the tower and fought against it and he drew near the door of the tower to burn it with fire. What happened next?

    • A.

      The tower burned down

    • B.

      They returned to their own place

    • C.

      Nothing

    • D.

      A certain woman dropped an upper millstone on Abimelech head and crushed his skull

    Correct Answer
    D. A certain woman dropped an upper millstone on Abimelech head and crushed his skull
    Explanation
    After Abimelech drew near the door of the tower to burn it with fire, a certain woman dropped an upper millstone on his head and crushed his skull.

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  • 40. 

    Which judge had 30 sons who rode 30 donkeys, what else did they have?

    • A.

      Jair, 30 cities

    • B.

      Tola, 30 cities

    • C.

      Jephthah, 30 cities

    • D.

      B & C

    Correct Answer
    A. Jair, 30 cities
    Explanation
    Jair, one of the judges, had 30 sons who rode 30 donkeys. In addition to this, they also had 30 cities. This means that Jair's sons not only had a large number of siblings and donkeys but also had control over a significant number of cities.

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  • 41. 

    After the LORD'S anger burned, He decided he will deliver the children of no more!

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    This statement is referring to a specific event where the LORD's anger burned. After this event, the LORD made a decision to no longer deliver the children. Therefore, the statement is true.

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  • 42. 

    What did the LORD decide to do after the people said, "we have sinned" and put away their foreign gods and served the LORD?

    • A.

      Carried out his punishment

    • B.

      Cursed them

    • C.

      His soul no longer endure the misery of Israel

    • D.

      A & B

    • E.

      B & C

    Correct Answer
    C. His soul no longer endure the misery of Israel
    Explanation
    After the people admitted their sin, repented by putting away their foreign gods, and served the LORD, the LORD decided that His soul would no longer endure the misery of Israel. This implies that the LORD had compassion on the people and chose to alleviate their suffering, showing mercy and forgiveness.

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  • 43. 

    Which judge was a son of a harlot?

    • A.

      Ehud

    • B.

      Tola

    • C.

      Samson

    • D.

      Jephthah

    Correct Answer
    D. Jephthah
    Explanation
    Jephthah is the correct answer because in the Bible, it is mentioned in the book of Judges that Jephthah was the son of a prostitute. He was rejected by his half-brothers and driven away from his home, but later he became a mighty warrior and was chosen as a judge by the Israelites. Despite his difficult background, Jephthah proved himself to be a strong and capable leader.

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  • 44. 

    Why did the people say the LORD will be a witness between us?

    • A.

      No Inhertinance

    • B.

      Because they wanted Jephthah to fight against the people of Ammon

    • C.

      They wanted a Leader

    • D.

      Land was involved

    • E.

      B, C, & D

    Correct Answer
    E. B, C, & D
    Explanation
    The people said the LORD will be a witness between them because they wanted Jephthah to fight against the people of Ammon, they wanted a leader, and land was involved. By having the LORD as a witness, they believed it would ensure fairness, justice, and accountability in their actions and decisions regarding the conflict with the people of Ammon and the leadership of Jephthah.

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  • 45. 

    How did Jephthan pass through Gilead and Manessah ? What did he offer up as a burnt offering?

    • A.

      With Chariot: Fire before the LORD

    • B.

      His Sword; 2 Goats

    • C.

      Spirit of God; His daughter

    • D.

      Victory & Courage; 2 Cows

    Correct Answer
    C. Spirit of God; His daughter
    Explanation
    Jephthan passed through Gilead and Manessah with the Spirit of God. He offered up his daughter as a burnt offering.

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  • 46. 

    It became a custom in Israel that the daughters of Israel went 4 days each year to lament the daughters of Jephthah.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement is true because it states that it became a custom in Israel for the daughters of Israel to go four days each year to lament the daughters of Jephthah. This suggests that there was a tradition established where the daughters of Israel would gather and mourn the daughters of Jephthah, possibly due to their tragic fate.

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  • 47. 

    What was the word that the men of Gilead would have to say or face death?

    • A.

      Let me cross over

    • B.

      Quote Nazarite vow

    • C.

      Shibboleth

    • D.

      Mashugna

    Correct Answer
    C. Shibboleth
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Shibboleth." In the Bible, the word "Shibboleth" was used as a test to identify the men of Gilead from the enemy Ephraimites. The Ephraimites couldn't pronounce the "sh" sound correctly, so when asked to say "Shibboleth," they would pronounce it as "Sibboleth," revealing their identity and leading to their death. This word became synonymous with a test or password used to distinguish between insiders and outsiders.

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  • 48. 

    What happened to the offering Manoah made to the Angel of the LORD?

    • A.

      It wasn't consumed

    • B.

      It needed to be presented to the priest the next day

    • C.

      It went up to heaven in a flame and the Angel of the LORD ascended in the flame

    • D.

      He still needed to do a grain offering

    Correct Answer
    C. It went up to heaven in a flame and the Angel of the LORD ascended in the flame
    Explanation
    The offering made by Manoah went up to heaven in a flame and the Angel of the LORD ascended in the flame.

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  • 49. 

    What is name in Judges that outlines a revived spirit?

    • A.

      Timnah

    • B.

      Ashkelon

    • C.

      Recompense

    • D.

      Jaarel

    • E.

      En Hakkore

    Correct Answer
    E. En Hakkore
    Explanation
    En Hakkore is the name in Judges that outlines a revived spirit. This name is mentioned in the Bible, specifically in Judges 15:19, where Samson, after being thirsty and calling out to God, miraculously receives water from a spring that is named En Hakkore, meaning "the spring of the one who called." This event symbolizes the revival and renewal of Samson's strength and spirit, making En Hakkore the correct answer for the question.

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  • 50. 

    Who prayed this prayer: Oh Lord God, remember me, I pray! Strengthen me, I pray, just this once, O God that I may with one blow taken vengeance on the Philistines for my two eyes? 

    • A.

      Michah

    • B.

      Joshua

    • C.

      Jacob

    • D.

      Samson

    Correct Answer
    D. Samson
    Explanation
    Samson prayed this prayer. He was a biblical figure known for his great strength, which was derived from his long hair. Samson's prayer was a plea for God to give him strength one last time so that he could avenge the loss of his eyes caused by the Philistines. This prayer shows Samson's determination and desire for justice.

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