God's Covenant With David - Middle School Sunday School 01.11.2009

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God's covenant with David.

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    God reminded David that when he was young he was a _____.

    • A.

      Tentmaker

    • B.

      Mischievous kid

    • C.

      Shepherd

    • D.

      Child of Promise

    Correct Answer
    C. Shepherd
    Explanation
    When God reminded David that when he was young he was a shepherd, it implies that David had a humble and simple upbringing. Being a shepherd also symbolizes David's faithfulness, responsibility, and leadership skills, as he cared for and protected his flock. This reminder from God might have served as a reassurance for David, as he faced challenges and responsibilities as the future king of Israel.

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  • 2. 

    What did David want to do for God?

    • A.

      Fight wars

    • B.

      Build a temple

    • C.

      Rule the world

    • D.

      Be a priest

    Correct Answer
    B. Build a temple
    Explanation
    David wanted to build a temple for God. This implies that he desired to construct a sacred place of worship and reverence, dedicated to God's presence and service. Building a temple is often seen as an act of devotion and honor towards a deity, signifying a deep spiritual connection and commitment. David's intention to build a temple reflects his reverence and desire to create a physical space where people could come to worship and seek solace in the presence of God.

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  • 3. 

    Whom did God promise David would build His temple?

    • A.

      David's son

    • B.

      David's enemy

    • C.

      David's grandson

    • D.

      God Himself

    Correct Answer
    A. David's son
    Explanation
    God promised David that his son would build His temple. This promise is mentioned in 2 Samuel 7:12-13, where God tells David that He will establish a kingdom for his offspring and that his son will be the one to build a house for His name. This promise is later fulfilled when Solomon, David's son, builds the temple in Jerusalem according to God's instructions.

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  • 4. 

    How long did God promise David the throne would stay in David’s family?

    • A.

      50 years

    • B.

      Throughout his lifetime

    • C.

      Until all his children had died

    • D.

      Forever

    Correct Answer
    D. Forever
    Explanation
    God promised David that the throne would stay in his family forever. This means that David's descendants would continue to rule over Israel for all generations to come. This promise was a part of God's covenant with David, assuring him of an everlasting dynasty. It signifies the divine favor and faithfulness towards David and his lineage, ensuring their continuous reign over the kingdom.

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  • 5. 

    What did God promise to do if David’s son sinned?

    • A.

      Forget it

    • B.

      Discipline him

    • C.

      Take him off the throne

    • D.

      Kill him immediately

    Correct Answer
    B. Discipline him
    Explanation
    God promised to discipline David's son if he sinned. This implies that God would not overlook or ignore the wrongdoing, but rather take corrective measures to teach and guide him in the right path. This demonstrates God's commitment to righteousness and the importance of accountability for one's actions, even for those in positions of power and authority.

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  • 6. 

    What did God promise about David’s physical kingdom?

    • A.

      It would be very large

    • B.

      They would never have to move from it

    • C.

      It would be a place they had never seen before

    • D.

      It would be beautiful

    Correct Answer
    B. They would never have to move from it
    Explanation
    God promised that David's physical kingdom would be a place where they would never have to move from. This implies that the kingdom would be secure and stable, providing a permanent dwelling place for David and his people. This promise indicates God's faithfulness and commitment to David and his descendants, ensuring their continued presence and authority in the kingdom.

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  • 7. 

    What did God promise to build for David?

    • A.

      A house

    • B.

      A church

    • C.

      A city

    • D.

      A statue

    Correct Answer
    A. A house
    Explanation
    God promised to build a house for David. This refers to the promise made by God to establish a dynasty from David's descendants, ensuring that his lineage would reign over Israel forever. This promise was fulfilled through the birth of Jesus Christ, who is considered the ultimate fulfillment of this covenant as the eternal King from the house of David.

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  • 8. 

    How did David receive this covenant?

    • A.

      A dream

    • B.

      A burning bush

    • C.

      A vision from the prophet Nathan

    • D.

      A talking donkey

    Correct Answer
    C. A vision from the prophet Nathan
    Explanation
    David received this covenant through a vision from the prophet Nathan. This means that Nathan had a divine revelation or communication from God regarding the covenant, and he relayed this message to David. The vision would have provided David with clear instructions and guidance on the terms and conditions of the covenant, allowing him to understand and accept it.

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