Bible Stories For Children

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  • 1. 

    In Ruth 2:9, who lets Ruth harvest his fields for a whole season?

    • A.

      Andrew

    • B.

      Boaz

    • C.

      Aaron

    • D.

      Joshua

    Correct Answer
    B. Boaz
    Explanation
    In Ruth 2:9, Boaz is the one who allows Ruth to harvest his fields for a whole season. This is evident from the context of the passage where Boaz shows kindness and generosity towards Ruth, who is a widow and a foreigner. Boaz not only permits her to glean in his fields but also offers her protection and provision. This act of Boaz demonstrates his compassion and adherence to the laws of gleaning, which allowed the poor and foreigners to gather leftover crops from the fields.

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  • 2. 

    In 1 Samuel 13:1, who became King of Israel when he was only 30 years old?

    • A.

      Abraham

    • B.

      Saul

    • C.

      Samuel

    • D.

      Moses

    Correct Answer
    B. Saul
    Explanation
    Saul became King of Israel when he was only 30 years old. This can be inferred from 1 Samuel 13:1 in the Bible. The passage does not mention any other individual becoming king at this age, so Saul is the most likely candidate.

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  • 3. 

    Which son of Saul attacked the Philistines in 1 Samuel 14:1?

    • A.

      Simeon

    • B.

      Levi

    • C.

      Dan

    • D.

      Jonathan

    Correct Answer
    D. Jonathan
    Explanation
    Jonathan is the correct answer because in 1 Samuel 14:1, it is stated that Jonathan, the son of Saul, attacked the Philistines. The passage describes how Jonathan and his armor-bearer went to a Philistine outpost and initiated a battle, resulting in a great victory for the Israelites. This event showcases Jonathan's bravery and leadership in defending his people against their enemies.

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  • 4. 

    What did the Philistines do for the Israelites in 1 Samuel 13:20?

    • A.

      Gave Them Money

    • B.

      Sharpened Their Tools

    • C.

      Taught Them to Swim

    • D.

      Fed Their Cattle

    Correct Answer
    B. Sharpened Their Tools
    Explanation
    In 1 Samuel 13:20, it is stated that the Philistines sharpened the tools of the Israelites. This indicates that the Philistines provided a service to the Israelites by sharpening their tools, which would have been essential for various tasks such as farming, construction, and defense. This assistance from the Philistines suggests a level of cooperation or interdependence between the two groups, despite their historical conflicts.

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  • 5. 

    What prophet asked God to send down fire from heaven in 1 Kings 18:38?

    • A.

      Noah

    • B.

      Elijah

    • C.

      Moses

    • D.

      Jonah

    Correct Answer
    B. Elijah
    Explanation
    In 1 Kings 18:38, the prophet who asked God to send down fire from heaven is Elijah. This event took place during a confrontation between Elijah and the prophets of Baal, where Elijah challenged them to prove the power of their god. After the prophets of Baal failed, Elijah called upon God and fire came down, consuming the offering and proving the superiority of the Lord.

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  • 6. 

    What did Elisha use to clean up the water at Jericho in 2 Kings 2:21?

    • A.

      Milk

    • B.

      Fire

    • C.

      Salt

    • D.

      Soap

    Correct Answer
    C. Salt
    Explanation
    In 2 Kings 2:21, Elisha used salt to clean up the water at Jericho. Salt has been traditionally used for its purifying properties and its ability to kill bacteria and cleanse impurities. By adding salt to the water, Elisha was able to make it clean and safe to use.

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  • 7. 

    According to 2 Kings 1:8, which prophet wore a belt made of leather all the time?

    • A.

      Jonah

    • B.

      Moab

    • C.

      Daniel

    • D.

      Elijah

    Correct Answer
    D. Elijah
    Explanation
    According to 2 Kings 1:8, Elijah is the prophet who wore a belt made of leather all the time. This information is not explicitly mentioned in the verse, but it can be inferred from the context of the passage.

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  • 8. 

    Which person in 1 Chronicles 3:9 was David's daughter?

    • A.

      Abigail

    • B.

      Maacah

    • C.

      Susan

    • D.

      Tamar

    Correct Answer
    D. Tamar
    Explanation
    In 1 Chronicles 3:9, Tamar is mentioned as David's daughter. This is supported by biblical records which state that Tamar was one of David's children.

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  • 9. 

    In 2 Chronicles 7:1, how did God answer Solomon's prayers?

    • A.

      With Rain

    • B.

      With a Rainbow

    • C.

      With Fire

    • D.

      With Gold

    Correct Answer
    C. With Fire
    Explanation
    In 2 Chronicles 7:1, God answered Solomon's prayers with fire. This can be interpreted as a sign of God's presence and approval, as fire is often associated with divine intervention in the Bible. The fire could symbolize purification, judgment, or a manifestation of God's power. It signifies that God heard Solomon's prayers and responded in a powerful and visible way.

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  • 10. 

    According to 2 Chronicles 3:1, where did Solomon build a temple for God?

    • A.

      Mount Moriah

    • B.

      Mount Everest

    • C.

      Mount Marcy

    • D.

      Mount Amon

    Correct Answer
    A. Mount Moriah
    Explanation
    According to 2 Chronicles 3:1, Solomon built a temple for God on Mount Moriah.

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  • 11. 

    In Ezra 1:2, God makes King Cyrus do what?

    • A.

      Attack the Israelites

    • B.

      Have Bad Dreams

    • C.

      Rebuild the Temple

    • D.

      Listen to David

    Correct Answer
    C. Rebuild the Temple
    Explanation
    In Ezra 1:2, God instructs King Cyrus to rebuild the Temple. This means that God wants the Temple, which had been destroyed, to be reconstructed under King Cyrus' leadership. This shows God's desire to restore the spiritual center of worship for the Israelites and signifies the importance of the Temple in their religious practices.

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  • 12. 

    In Esther 2:17, Esther became queen of which country?

    • A.

      Canada

    • B.

      Russia

    • C.

      Persia

    • D.

      Israel

    Correct Answer
    C. Persia
    Explanation
    In Esther 2:17, it is mentioned that Esther became queen. Esther was a Jewish woman who became queen after winning a beauty contest organized by the Persian king. Therefore, the correct answer is Persia.

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  • 13. 

    Who made the sun stand still in Joshua 10:1?

    • A.

      Malachi

    • B.

      Mark

    • C.

      Jesus

    • D.

      Joshua

    Correct Answer
    D. Joshua
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Joshua because in Joshua 10:1, it is stated that Joshua prayed to God and asked Him to make the sun stand still, and God listened to Joshua's prayer and made the sun stand still for a whole day. Therefore, it was Joshua who made the sun stand still, not Malachi, Mark, or Jesus.

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  • 14. 

    What happened to Jacob after he wrestled with God in Genesis 32:32?

    • A.

      He Walked With a Limp

    • B.

      He Couldn't Walk At All

    • C.

      He Was Deaf

    • D.

      He Was Blind

    Correct Answer
    A. He Walked With a Limp
    Explanation
    After wrestling with God, Jacob experienced a physical injury that left him with a limp. This is mentioned in Genesis 32:32 when Jacob's hip is dislocated during the wrestling match. As a result, Jacob walked with a limp for the rest of his life, which served as a reminder of his encounter with God.

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  • 15. 

    In Acts 28:5, who got bit by a snake but didn't get hurt?

    • A.

      Paul

    • B.

      Jesus

    • C.

      Jonah

    • D.

      Matthew

    Correct Answer
    A. Paul
    Explanation
    In Acts 28:5, it is mentioned that Paul got bit by a snake but didn't get hurt. This incident occurred when Paul was on the island of Malta and was gathering firewood. A venomous snake bit him, but he remained unharmed. The locals initially thought that he must be a murderer and that divine justice was catching up to him, but when they saw that he didn't suffer any harm, they changed their opinion and considered him to be a god. This incident demonstrated Paul's faith and the protection he received from God.

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