Bible: Book Of Ezekiel 9-12 Quiz

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Book Of Ezekiel Quizzes & Trivia

Test your knowledge of the bible passage: Ezekiel 9-12


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    12 And their whole body, their rims, and their spokes, their wings, and the wheels were full of ___ all around—the wheels that the four of them had. -Ez 10:12

    • A.

      Eyes

    • B.

      Understanding

    • C.

      Hot coals

    Correct Answer
    A. Eyes
    Explanation
    In Ezekiel 10:12, it is described that the wheels of the four beings were full of "eyes" all around. This imagery suggests the presence of divine knowledge and awareness. The eyes symbolize God's omniscience and his ability to see and understand everything. The presence of eyes on the wheels emphasizes the divine nature of the beings and their connection to God's wisdom and understanding.

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  • 2. 

    13 As for the wheels, they were called in my hearing “the _______ wheels.” -Ez 10:13

    • A.

      Beryl

    • B.

      Burning hot

    • C.

      Whirling

    Correct Answer
    A. Beryl
    Explanation
    In Ezekiel 10:13, the wheels are referred to as "the beryl wheels." Beryl is a gemstone that is often green or bluish-green in color. This suggests that the wheels were either made of beryl or had a similar appearance to beryl. The use of the term "beryl" helps to describe and visualize the wheels in the passage.

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  • 3. 

    14 And every one had four faces: the first face was the face of _________, and the second face was a human face, and the third the face of a lion, and the fourth the face of an eagle. -Ez 10:14

    • A.

      The cherub

    • B.

      The ox

    • C.

      The bull

    Correct Answer
    A. The cherub
    Explanation
    In the book of Ezekiel, it is described that each of the four living creatures had four faces. The first face was the face of the cherub, which represents a divine being or an angelic creature. The second face was a human face, symbolizing the intelligence and rationality of humans. The third face was the face of a lion, symbolizing strength and power. And finally, the fourth face was the face of an eagle, representing swiftness and agility. Therefore, the correct answer is "the cherub."

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  • 4. 

    11 This city shall not be your cauldron, nor shall you be the meat in the midst of it. I will judge you at the ______ of Israel, 12 and you shall know that I am the Lord. For you have not walked in my statutes, nor obeyed my rules, but have acted according to the rules of the nations that are around you.” -Ez 11:11-12

    • A.

      Altar

    • B.

      Door of the sanctuary

    • C.

      Border

    Correct Answer
    C. Border
    Explanation
    The passage from Ezekiel is stating that the city will not be a place of destruction or suffering, and the people will not be sacrificed like meat in a cauldron. Instead, they will be judged at the border of Israel, indicating that they will be held accountable for their actions and disobedience to God's laws. The border represents the boundary or limit of their actions and the consequences they will face.

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  • 5. 

    19 And I will give them one heart, and a new spirit I will put within them. I will remove the heart of ____ from their flesh and give them a heart of flesh, 20 that they may walk in my statutes and keep my rules and obey them. And they shall be my people, and I will be their God. -Ez 11:19-20

    • A.

      Disobedience

    • B.

      Disrespectfulness

    • C.

      Stone

    Correct Answer
    C. Stone
    Explanation
    This passage from Ezekiel states that God will remove the heart of stone from their flesh and give them a heart of flesh. This metaphorical language suggests that God will transform their hardened, unyielding hearts into hearts that are soft, receptive, and obedient to His commandments. The correct answer, "stone," aligns with this metaphor and the overall message of the passage.

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  • 6. 

    He answered me, “The sin of the people of Israel and Judah is exceedingly great; the land is full of ____ and the city is full of injustice. They say, ‘The Lord has forsaken the land; the Lord does not see.’ 10 So I will not look on them with pity or spare them, but I will bring down on their own heads what they have done.”

    • A.

      Mud

    • B.

      Bloodshed

    • C.

      Sins

    Correct Answer
    B. Bloodshed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Bloodshed". In the given passage, the speaker is stating that the sin of the people of Israel and Judah is exceedingly great, and one of the reasons for this is that the land is full of bloodshed. This suggests that the people have been engaging in violent and harmful actions, which is seen as a grave sin. The speaker also mentions that the city is full of injustice, further emphasizing the wrongdoing and corruption present in the society.

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  • 7. 

    As I listened, he said to the others, “Follow him through the city and _____, without showing pity or compassion. Slaughter the old men, the young men and women, the mothers and children, but do not touch anyone who has the mark. Begin at my sanctuary.” So they began with the old men who were in front of the temple.

    • A.

      Behead

    • B.

      Kill

    • C.

      Beat

    Correct Answer
    B. Kill
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "kill" because the sentence is describing a command given by someone to others. The command is to follow someone through the city and kill certain groups of people, starting with the old men. The word "kill" accurately reflects the action that is being instructed in this context.

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