Test Your Knowledge On Bible For Kids

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  • 1. 

    In Matthew 8:32, Jesus makes what animals run into the ocean?

    • A.

      Pigs

    • B.

      Snakes

    • C.

      Elephants

    • D.

      Horses

    Correct Answer
    A. Pigs
    Explanation
    In Matthew 8:32, Jesus casts out demons from two men and allows them to possess a herd of pigs. The demons cause the pigs to run into the ocean and drown. This incident demonstrates Jesus' power over evil spirits and his ability to perform miracles.

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  • 2. 

    In Judges 16:15, what does Samson do when someone asks why he is so strong?

    • A.

      He Lies

    • B.

      He Tells the Truth

    • C.

      He Doesn't Answer

    • D.

      He Runs Away

    Correct Answer
    A. He Lies
    Explanation
    In Judges 16:15, when someone asks why Samson is so strong, he chooses to lie. This can be seen as a strategic decision on Samson's part, as he wants to maintain the secrecy of his source of strength. By providing a false explanation, he misleads the person questioning him and ensures that his true strength remains a mystery. This deception allows him to continue using his strength to fulfill his mission without revealing his vulnerability.

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  • 3. 

    In Genesis 3:7, what kind of leaves did Adam and Eve wear?

    • A.

      Birch

    • B.

      Maple

    • C.

      Fig

    • D.

      Oak

    Correct Answer
    C. Fig
    Explanation
    In Genesis 3:7, after Adam and Eve realized they were naked, they sewed fig leaves together to make coverings for themselves. This answer is supported by the biblical account of Adam and Eve's actions after they ate the forbidden fruit.

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  • 4. 

    In Acts 2:4, the Disciples received the holy spirit on which day?

    • A.

      Good Friday

    • B.

      Pentecost

    • C.

      Ash Wednesday

    • D.

      Christmas

    Correct Answer
    B. Pentecost
    Explanation
    In Acts 2:4, the disciples received the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. This is significant because Pentecost is a Jewish festival that occurs 50 days after Passover. On this day, the Holy Spirit descended upon the disciples in the form of tongues of fire, empowering them to speak in different languages. This event marked the birth of the Christian church and the beginning of the disciples' mission to spread the teachings of Jesus.

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  • 5. 

    According to Genesis 25:27, what was Esau good at?

    • A.

      Hunting

    • B.

      Praying

    • C.

      Carpentry

    • D.

      Fishing

    Correct Answer
    A. Hunting
    Explanation
    In Genesis 25:27, it is mentioned that Esau was good at hunting. This indicates that he had a skill or talent for hunting animals, which could have been an important ability in the context of the time. Hunting would have been necessary for survival, providing food and resources for Esau and his family. Therefore, the correct answer is Hunting.

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  • 6. 

    In Leviticus 4:1, how were sins forgiven in the Old Testament days?

    • A.

      Baptism

    • B.

      Magic

    • C.

      Asking Nicely

    • D.

      Making a Sacrifice

    Correct Answer
    D. Making a Sacrifice
    Explanation
    In the Old Testament days, sins were forgiven through the act of making a sacrifice. This practice was a central part of the Israelite religion, where individuals would offer animals as sacrifices to atone for their sins. These sacrifices were seen as a way to seek forgiveness and restore a relationship with God. The blood of the sacrificed animal was believed to cleanse the person from their sins and bring about reconciliation with God. This ritual of making sacrifices was a significant aspect of the religious practices in the Old Testament.

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  • 7. 

    In Jonah 1:5, what does Jonah do while the storm is raging?

    • A.

      Sing

    • B.

      Drink the Water

    • C.

      Pray

    • D.

      Sleep

    Correct Answer
    D. Sleep
    Explanation
    In Jonah 1:5, Jonah chooses to sleep while the storm is raging. This suggests that Jonah is either unconcerned about the storm or that he is trying to escape from the situation by sleeping. It may also imply that Jonah is in a state of denial or apathy towards the storm and its potential consequences. This action showcases Jonah's indifference or avoidance towards the storm and his responsibilities.

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  • 8. 

    In Exodus 9:6, what is the fifth plague God sends to Egypt?

    • A.

      Making the Animals Sick

    • B.

      Making the Water Turn Black

    • C.

      Making the People Sick

    • D.

      Making the Plants Die

    Correct Answer
    A. Making the Animals Sick
    Explanation
    In Exodus 9:6, the fifth plague that God sends to Egypt is making the animals sick. This is evident from the biblical text which states that "all the livestock of the Egyptians died" as a result of the plague. This plague was a punishment inflicted upon the Egyptians by God to demonstrate His power and to convince Pharaoh to let the Israelites go.

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  • 9. 

    In Exodus 9:23, what is the seventh plague God sends to Egypt?

    • A.

      Hail

    • B.

      Tornados

    • C.

      Rain

    • D.

      Snow

    Correct Answer
    A. Hail
    Explanation
    In Exodus 9:23, the seventh plague that God sends to Egypt is hail. This is evident from the biblical passage, which states that "the Lord rained hail on the land of Egypt." Hail is a form of precipitation consisting of solid ice pellets that can cause significant damage to crops, livestock, and infrastructure. This plague was one of the many afflictions unleashed upon Egypt to demonstrate God's power and persuade Pharaoh to release the Israelites from slavery.

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  • 10. 

    In Exodus 10:22, how long does God make darkness cover Egypt?

    • A.

      Three Weeks

    • B.

      Three Years

    • C.

      Three Days

    • D.

      Three Months

    Correct Answer
    C. Three Days
    Explanation
    In Exodus 10:22, God makes darkness cover Egypt for three days. This is evident from the biblical text which states that "So Moses stretched out his hand toward the sky, and total darkness covered all Egypt for three days." This period of darkness was one of the plagues that God sent upon Egypt as a punishment for the Pharaoh's refusal to release the Israelites from slavery. The darkness was so thick that it could be felt, and it was a demonstration of God's power and ability to control the natural elements.

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  • 11. 

    What river does God fill with frogs in Exodus 8:3?

    • A.

      Mississippi

    • B.

      Nile

    • C.

      Jordan

    • D.

      Tigris

    Correct Answer
    B. Nile
    Explanation
    In Exodus 8:3, it is mentioned that God fills the river with frogs. The Nile river is well-known for its association with Egypt in biblical times. Since the question is asking about a river mentioned in Exodus, it can be inferred that the correct answer is Nile.

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  • 12. 

    In Exodus 20:16, the 9th Commandment says not to do what?

    • A.

      Steal

    • B.

      Kill

    • C.

      Lie

    • D.

      Swear

    Correct Answer
    C. Lie
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Lie." In Exodus 20:16, the 9th Commandment states, "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor." This commandment prohibits lying or giving false testimony about someone else. Lying goes against the principles of honesty, integrity, and respect for others, and it can cause harm and damage relationships.

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  • 13. 

    According to Luke 1:36, who was Jesus' cousin?

    • A.

      John

    • B.

      Matthew

    • C.

      Luke

    • D.

      Mark

    Correct Answer
    A. John
    Explanation
    According to Luke 1:36, John was Jesus' cousin.

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  • 14. 

    In 1 Kings 11:4, why does Solomon turn away from God?

    • A.

      He Gets Paid To

    • B.

      His Wives Convince Him To

    • C.

      He Has a Bad a Dream

    • D.

      His Children Convince Him To

    Correct Answer
    B. His Wives Convince Him To
    Explanation
    Solomon turns away from God because his wives convince him to. This is evident in 1 Kings 11:4 where it is mentioned that Solomon's foreign wives turned his heart away from God and towards other gods.

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  • 15. 

    In Luke 19:46, who does Jesus say turned the temple into a "den of thieves"?

    • A.

      The Tax Collectors

    • B.

      The Priests

    • C.

      The Disciples

    • D.

      The Sellers

    Correct Answer
    D. The Sellers
    Explanation
    In Luke 19:46, Jesus refers to the sellers as the ones who turned the temple into a "den of thieves". This implies that the sellers were engaging in dishonest and corrupt practices within the temple, exploiting the religious space for their own gain. Jesus' statement highlights his disapproval of their actions and his desire for the temple to be a place of worship and reverence rather than a marketplace for profit.

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