Red Level Quiz Lesson 1

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Exodus red level quizzing lesson 1


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How many of Jacob's descendents first came to Egypt?

    • A.

      7 people

    • B.

      700 people

    • C.

      70 people

    Correct Answer
    C. 70 people
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 70 people. This is based on the biblical account of Jacob and his descendants, known as the Israelites, who migrated to Egypt during a time of famine. According to the book of Genesis, Jacob's family consisted of his 12 sons and their families, totaling 70 individuals. They settled in Egypt and eventually grew into a large nation, leading to the story of the Exodus.

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  • 2. 

    Which of these people came with Jacob to Egypt?

    • A.

      Reuben, Simeon, Levi , and Judah

    • B.

      Isaac, Rebekah , and Joseph

    • C.

      The Bible does not say

    Correct Answer
    A. Reuben, Simeon, Levi , and Judah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah. This is stated in the Bible, specifically in Genesis 46:8-9, where it mentions Jacob's sons who went to Egypt with him.

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  • 3. 

    Who was already in Egypt when Jacobs family arrived?

    • A.

      Abraham

    • B.

      Joseph

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    B. Joseph
    Explanation
    Joseph was already in Egypt when Jacob's family arrived because he had been sold into slavery by his brothers and taken there. He eventually rose to a position of power in Egypt and was able to reunite with his family when they came seeking food during a famine. Abraham, on the other hand, lived much earlier in history and was not present in Egypt during Jacob's family's arrival. Therefore, the correct answer is Joseph.

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  • 4. 

    What happened to Joseph, his brothers, and all that generation?

    • A.

      They finally went back to Canaan

    • B.

      They all died

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    B. They all died
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that they all died. This implies that Joseph, his brothers, and the entire generation mentioned in the question passed away. It suggests that their time on earth came to an end, possibly due to old age or other circumstances.

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  • 5. 

    Who came to power and did not know Joseph?

    • A.

      The new king of Egypt

    • B.

      Pharaoh

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    C. Both answers are correct
    Explanation
    Both answers are correct because both "the new king of Egypt" and "Pharaoh" refer to the same person who came to power and did not know Joseph. The phrase "did not know Joseph" implies that this person was not familiar with Joseph's history and accomplishments.

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  • 6. 

    How many Israelites were living in Egypt when the new king came to power?

    • A.

      Many- they filled the land

    • B.

      About 100

    • C.

      None- they all died

    Correct Answer
    A. Many- they filled the land
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Many- they filled the land." This suggests that there were a significant number of Israelites living in Egypt when the new king came to power. The phrase "they filled the land" indicates that the Israelites had a large population and were spread throughout Egypt.

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  • 7. 

    What did pharaoh think the Israelites might do?

    • A.

      They might join Egypt's enemies and fight Egypt

    • B.

      They might leave Egypt

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    C. Both answers are correct
    Explanation
    The pharaoh believed that the Israelites might join Egypt's enemies and fight against Egypt, as well as leave Egypt altogether. This suggests that the pharaoh perceived the Israelites as a potential threat, fearing that they could either turn against Egypt or abandon their loyalty to the country.

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  • 8. 

    What did the king do to keep the Isrealites from leaving or joining his enemies?

    • A.

      He built walls around Goshen

    • B.

      He put slave masters over them

    • C.

      He made the men soldiers

    Correct Answer
    B. He put slave masters over them
    Explanation
    The king put slave masters over the Israelites to prevent them from leaving or joining his enemies. This implies that the king imposed a system of control and oppression by appointing individuals to oversee and enforce the slavery of the Israelites. By doing so, the king aimed to ensure that the Israelites remained under his authority and could not escape or form alliances against him.

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  • 9. 

    What were the name of the store cities the Isrealites had to build for Pharaoh?

    • A.

      Goshen and Bethel

    • B.

      Israel and Canaan

    • C.

      Pithom and Rameses

    Correct Answer
    C. Pithom and Rameses
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Pithom and Rameses. These were the names of the store cities that the Israelites had to build for Pharaoh. These cities were mentioned in the Bible, specifically in the book of Exodus. Pithom and Rameses were significant in the context of the Israelites' enslavement in Egypt and their eventual liberation.

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  • 10. 

    What happen the more times the Isrealites were oppressed?

    • A.

      They fought the Egyptians

    • B.

      They multiplied and spread

    • C.

      They all died

    Correct Answer
    B. They multiplied and spread
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "they multiplied and spread." This means that as the Israelites faced more oppression, their population increased and they spread out to different areas. This could be seen as a response to their difficult circumstances, as they sought to survive and thrive despite the oppression they faced.

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  • 11. 

    What were the Isrealites' lives like after they became slaves?

    • A.

      Bitter with hard labor

    • B.

      Joyful with no work

    • C.

      Peaceful with little work

    Correct Answer
    A. Bitter with hard labor
    Explanation
    After the Israelites became slaves, their lives were bitter with hard labor. They were subjected to harsh and demanding work, which made their existence difficult and unpleasant. The burden of their enslavement caused them to experience hardship and suffering, rather than joy or peace.

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  • 12. 

    What the names of the Hebrews midwives?

    • A.

      Puah and Rachel

    • B.

      Shiphrah and Puah

    • C.

      Shiphrah and Rebekah

    Correct Answer
    B. Shiphrah and Puah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Shiphrah and Puah. These names are mentioned in the book of Exodus in the Bible. They were Hebrew midwives who defied the orders of Pharaoh to kill all Hebrew male babies at birth. They acted courageously and saved the lives of many Hebrew baby boys, which ultimately played a significant role in the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.

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  • 13. 

    What command  did the king give the Hebrew midwives?

    • A.

      Kill all the Hebrew babies

    • B.

      Throw the Hebrew girl babies into the Nile

    • C.

      Kill the boy babies but let the girls live

    Correct Answer
    C. Kill the boy babies but let the girls live
    Explanation
    The king gave the Hebrew midwives the command to kill the boy babies but let the girls live.

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  • 14. 

    Why didn't the midwives kill the Hebrew boy babies?

    • A.

      They feared God

    • B.

      They feared angry Hebrew mothers and fathers

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    A. They feared God
    Explanation
    The midwives did not kill the Hebrew boy babies because they feared God. This implies that they believed in a higher power and were obedient to their religious beliefs, which prohibited them from committing such an act. Their fear of God's punishment likely outweighed any potential consequences from angry Hebrew parents. Therefore, their decision to spare the babies' lives was driven by their faith and reverence for God.

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  • 15. 

    What question did the king of Egypt ask the midwives?

    • A.

      Why do the Hebrew women have so many babies?

    • B.

      Why have you let the Hebrew boy babies live?

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    B. Why have you let the Hebrew boy babies live?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Why have you let the Hebrew boy babies live?" This answer is correct because it accurately reflects the question that the king of Egypt asked the midwives. The king of Egypt was concerned about the growing population of the Hebrews and ordered the midwives to kill any Hebrew boy babies that were born. When the midwives disobeyed this order, the king questioned them about why they had allowed the Hebrew boy babies to live.

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  • 16. 

    Why did God give the midwives families of thier own?

    • A.

      They feared God and didn't kill the Hebrew boy babies

    • B.

      They killed Egyption baby boys

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    A. They feared God and didn't kill the Hebrew boy babies
    Explanation
    The midwives were given families of their own by God because they feared Him and did not carry out Pharaoh's command to kill the Hebrew baby boys. By choosing to obey God rather than the ruler of Egypt, they demonstrated their faithfulness and righteousness. As a reward for their actions, God blessed them with their own families.

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  • 17. 

    What happened when the midwives didn't kill the Hebrew boy babies?

    • A.

      The people became more numerous

    • B.

      God was kind to the midwives and gave them families

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    C. Both answers are correct
    Explanation
    When the midwives didn't kill the Hebrew boy babies, two things happened. First, the people became more numerous, indicating that the Hebrew population continued to grow despite the attempts to control it. Second, God was kind to the midwives and blessed them with families of their own. This suggests that their act of disobeying the order to kill the babies was rewarded by God, showing his favor and protection towards them. Therefore, both answers are correct as they highlight different outcomes of the midwives' actions.

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  • 18. 

    What order did Pharaoh give all his people?

    • A.

      Throw all the baby boys into the Nile

    • B.

      Let the baby girls live

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    C. Both answers are correct
    Explanation
    The answer "both answers are correct" is the correct answer because Pharaoh gave the order to throw all the baby boys into the Nile and also let the baby girls live. Both actions were part of Pharaoh's decree to control the population and suppress any potential threat to his reign.

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  • 19. 

    Who said,"' I have indeed seen the misery of my people ... and I am concerned about thier suffering.'"?

    • A.

      Moses

    • B.

      God

    • C.

      Both answers are correct

    Correct Answer
    B. God
    Explanation
    In the Bible, specifically in the book of Exodus, God speaks to Moses from a burning bush and tells him that He has seen the suffering of the Israelites and is concerned about their misery. Therefore, the correct answer is God.

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