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 Looking Good, Smelling Good

1. Who had a harem with women that were “purified” with perfumes?

2. What evil queen “painted her face” before meeting with the rebel king Jehu?

3. What book mentions a woman using such perfumes as spikenard, saffron, calamus, cinnamon, frankincense, myrrh, aloes, and many others?

4. What prophet refused to use anointing oils during three weeks of mourning?

5. Who anointed Jesus’ head with an expensive ointment known as spikenard?

6. What sweet-smelling substances were brought to the infant Jesus?

7. What Hebrew officials were anointed with holy oil perfumed with aromatic spices?

8. According to Proverbs 27:9, what do ointment and perfume do?

9. What two prophets speak critically of women putting on eye makeup?

10. What woman, portrayed in Proverbs , perfumed her bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon?

11. Where was Jesus when a sinful woman poured an alabaster jar of perfume on his feet?

12. What man uses myrrh, frankincense, and other spices as perfumes?


 Looking Good, Smelling Good


1. King Ahasuerus (Esther 2:12)

2. Jezebel (2 Kings 9:30)

3. The Song of Solomon

4. Daniel (10:3)

5 .Mary, Lazarus’ sister (John 12:3)

6. Frankincense and myrrh (Matthew 2:1 1)

7. Israel’s priests (Exodus 30:23-33)

8. “Rejoice the heart”

9. Jeremiah (4:30) and Ezekiel (23:40)

10 . The adulteress

11. At the home of Simon the Pharisee (Luke 7:36-50)

12 . The male lover in the Song of Solomon

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Who Asked God the Question?

1. “Why dost thou show me iniquity, and cause me to behold grievance?” (Hint: a prophet.)

2. ‘Why is my pain perpetual, and my wound incurable?” (Hint: a prophet.)

3. “Shall I go and smite these Philistines?” (Hint: a king.)

4. “Am I my brother’s keeper?” (Hint: you don’t need one.)

5. “Lord, wilt thou slay also a righteous nation?” (Hint: a king.)

6. “Shall not the judge of all the earth do right?” (Hint: a patriarch.)

7. ‘Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh?”

8. “Ah, Lord God, wilt thou make a full end of the remnant of Israel?” (Hint: a prophet.)

9. “Behold, I am vile; what shall I answer thee?” (Hint: a righteous man.)

10. “Lord God, whereby shall I know that I inherit it?” (Hint: a patriarch.)

11. “Why is it that thou hast sent me?” (Hint: a leader and miracle worker.)

12. “Hast thou also brought evil upon the widow with whom I sojourn, by slaying her son?” (Hint: a prophet.)

13. “What wilt thou give me, seeing I go childless?” (Hint: a patriarch.)

14. “Shall one man sin and wilt thou be wroth with all the congregation?” (Hint: a l         leader and his brother.)

15. “Who is able to judge this thy so great a people?” (Hint: a king.)

16. “When I come unto the children of Israel and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say to them?” (Hint: a leader.)

17. “Shall I pursue after this troop? Shall I overtake them?” (Hint: a king.)

18. “Why is this come to pass, that there should today be one tribe lacking in Israel?” (Hint: a nation.)

19. “What shall I do unto this people? They are almost ready to stone me.” Hint: a leader.


Who Asked God the Question?


1. Habakkuk (1:1-3)

2. Jeremiah (15:18)

3. David (1 Samuel 23:1-2)

4. Cain (Genesis 4:9)

5. Abimelech (Genesis 20:4)

6. Abraham (Genesis 18:25)

7. Moses (Exodus 3:10-11)

8. Ezekiel (11:13)

9. job (40:3-4)

10. Abram (Genesis 15:7-8)

11. Moses (Exodus 5:22)

12. Elijah (1 Kings 17:20)

13. Abraham (Genesis 15:2)

14. Moses and Aaron (Numbers 16:22)

15. Solomon (1 Kings 3:5-9)

16. Moses (Exodus 3:13)

17. David (1 Samuel 30:3-8)

18. The Israelites (judges 2 1:2-3)

19. Moses (Exodus 17:3-4)

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 Food, Food, Food

1. Who was famous as an eater of locusts?

2. What four faithful young men refused to eat the rich foods of the king of Babylon?

3. Who traded his bread-and-lentil stew for his brother’s birthright?

4. Who had a baker who made pastries for him?

5. What incident in David’s life caused people to bring him all manner of foods to eat?

6. According to the Law, what was the Passover meal to be composed of?

7. What old man was deceived when his son dressed in goatskin gloves and thus presented him with a meal of cooked goat?

8. Who served cheese, milk, and veal to the Lord when he made his appearance in the form of three men?

9. What did Ezekiel’s edible scroll taste like in his mouth?

10. What judge of Israel cooked an angel a meal that included a pot of broth?

11. In what book of the Bible is Canaan first described as a land flowing with milk and honey?

12. What prized animal was killed for food when the prodigal son returned home?

13. In what country did the Hebrews feed on cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions, and garlic?

14. When Jacob’s sons made a second trip to Egypt, what food did they bring with them as a gift for Joseph?

15. What prophet, who was a herdsman and fruit picker by trade, had a vision of a basket of ripe fruit?

16. Who ate honey out of a lion’s carcass?

17. What miraculous food resembled coriander seed?

18. What prophet purified some deadly stew and a water supply?

19. Who cursed a fig tree for not bearing fruit?

Food, Food, Food


          1. John the Baptist (Matthew 3:4)

          2. Daniel, Shadrach. Meshach, and Abednego (Daniel 1:3-16)

          3. Jacob (Genesis 25:29-34)

          4. The pharaoh of Joseph’s time (Genesis 40:16-17)

          5. His flight from the rebellious Absalom (2 Samuel 17:22-29)

          6. A cooked lamb, unleavened bread, and bitter herbs (Exodus 12:3-10)

          7. Isaac (Genesis 27:14-18)

          8. Abraham (Genesis 18:1-8)

          9. Honey (Ezekiel 3:3)

          10. Gideon (Judges 6:19)

          11. Exodus (3:8)

          12. The fatted calf (Luke 15:23)

          13. Egypt (Numbers 11:5)

          14. Almonds (Genesis 43:11)

          15. Amos (8:1)

          16. Samson (Judges 14:5-9) ~

17. Manna (Exodus 16:3 1)

          18. Elisha (2 Kings 2:19-22; 4:38-41)

          19. Jesus (Matthew 21:141

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 Rings on Their Fingers

1. What dreaming ruler gave Joseph his own ring?

2. In which of Jesus’ parables does a ring play a part?

3. Who did King Ahasuerus of Persia give his ring to?

4. When Daniel was sealed up in the lions’ den, who placed his signet ring on the stone?

5. For what did the Israelites give up their rings and other jewelry?

6. After the death of Haman, who received the Persian king’s signet ring?

Rings on Their Fingers


1. The Pharaoh (Genesis 41:42)

2. The parable of the prodigal son (since the son was given a ring by his father upon returning home) (Luke 15:22)

3. Haman (Esther 3:10-13)

4. The king (Daniel 6:17)

5. As a freewill offering for the tabernacle (Exodus 35:22)

6. Mordecai (Esther 8:2-13)

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Glad Rags

1. Who wore a camel’s hair tunic?

2. What king of Israel is mentioned as wearing a crown and a gold bracelet?

3. What Egyptian official was givep fine linen, the pharaoh’s ring, and a gold chain for his neck?

4. What people had such well-made clothes that years of wilderness wandering did not even wear out their shoes?

5. Whose eye-catching cloak caused murderous envy in his brothers?

6. The best—dressed man in Israel wore fine colored linen with embroidered bells and pomegranates, a linen breastplate with gold and precious stones, and a gold-studded hat. Who was he?

7. What down-and-out man is mentioned as having worn a gold earring in his better days?

8. Only one person is mentioned in the Bible as having worn gloves. Who?

9. What warriors were so extravagant that even their camels wore necklaces?

10. What people wore fine Egyptian linen and purple robes?


                                Glad Rags


                                                   1. John the Baptist (Matthew 3:4)

                                                   2. Saul (2 Samuel 1:10)

                                                   3. Joseph (Genesis 42:42)

                                                   4. The Israelites (Deuteronomy 29:5)

                                                   5. Joseph’s (Genesis 37:3)

                                                   6. The high priest (Exodus 28)

                                                   7. Job (42:11)

                                                   8. Jacob (Genes~ 27:16)

                                                   9. The Midianites (Judges 8:24-26)

                                                   10. The “princes of the sea” (Phoenicins)

                                                              (Ezekiel 26:16)

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Still More Kings, Pharaohs, and Other Rulers

1. Who built pagan temples to please all his foreign wives?

2. Which Gospel claims that Pilate had the plaque “The King of the Jews” fastened on Jesus’ cross?

3. What Persian king was embarrassed by his disobedient wife?

4. What king of Judah was murdered after he fled to Lachish?

5. What king had a sinister prime minister named Haman?

6. What king is supposed to have written Ecclesiastes?

7. What two kings are mentioned as the authors of Proverbs?

8. What future king of Israel was out hunting his donkeys when Samuel came to anoint him?

9. What much-loved and much-quoted prophet was active in the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, and, according to tradition, was executed by Manasseh?

10. What king had the apostle James executed with a sword and had Peter arrested?

11. What fat king of Moab was murdered by the judge Ehud?

12. What king of Babylon went insane and lived in the fields, where he ate grass and let his hair and fingernails grow long?

13. What king made a famous judgment about a baby that two women claimed was           theirs?

14. What king ordered Daniel thrown into the lions’ den?

15. What king of Judah tore down the pagan shrines and stamped out child sacrifice in Judah?

16. What king of Judah sacrificed his Sons in the fire but later became repentant?

17. What cruel king had the infant boys of Bethlehem slaughtered?

18. What king broke his own law when he called on a spiritualist to bring up the ghost of Samuel?

Still More Kings, Pharaohs, and Other Rulers


1. Solomon (1 Kings 11:1-13)

2. John (19:2 1)

3. Ahasuerus. or Xerxes (Esther 1:10-12)

4. Amaziah (2 Kings 14:19)

5. Ahasuerus, or Xerxes (Esther 3:1)

6. Solomon (Ecclesiastes 1:1)

7. Solomon and Lemuel (Proverbs 1:1; 3 1:1)

8. Saul (1 Samuel 9:15—10:1)

9. Isaiah (1:1)

10. Herod Agrippa (Acts 12:1-3)

11. Eglon (Judges 3:15-30)

12. Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel 4:33)

13. Solomon (1 Kings 3:16-28)

14. Darius (Daniel 6)

15. Josiah (2 Kings 23:10-14)

16. Manasseh (2 Chronicles 33:1-17)

17. Herod (Matthew 2:16)

18. Saul (1 Samuel 28:3-19)

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Miracles of Paul and Peter

1. What dead man at Troas was raised up by Paul after falling out of a window?

2. Who did Peter heal of long-term palsy?

3. Where did Paul exorcise a spirit from a possessed girl, whose owners then became furious?

4. What woman did Peter raise from the dead?

5. Where did Paul heal a crippled man?

6. Who, with Peter, healed a crippled man at the Beautiful Gate?

7. What sorcerer was blinded at Paul’s command?

8. What, placed on Paul’s body, brought about healings and exorcisms?

9. On what island did Paul heal the governor’s family and many other people?

10. What miraculous occurrence delivered Paul and Silas from  prison in Philippi?

11. What happened when Peter and John placed their hands on the believers at Samaria?

12. What part of Peter was supposed to produce healings?

13. What happened when Paul placed his hands on the believers at Ephesus?

14. What dangerous creature did not affect Paul when it bit him?

15. How many times was Peter delivered from prison by an angel?


Miracles of Paul and Peter


1. Eutychus (Acts 20:9-10)

2. Aeneas (Acts 9:33-34)

3. Philippi (Acts 16:16-18)

4. Dorcas (Acts 9:36-4 1)

5. Lystra (Acts 14:8-10)

6. John (Acts 3:1-6)

7. Elymas (Acts 13:8-11)

8. Aprons and handkerchiefs (Acts 19:11-12)

9. Malta (Acts 28:8-9)

10. An earthquake (Acts 16:25-33)

11. They received the Holy Spirit (Acts 8: 14-17)

12. His shadow (Acts 5:15-16)

13. They spoke in tongues and proclaimed the gospel (Acts 19:1 -7)

14. A viper (Acts 28:3-6)

15. Twice (Acts 5:17-29; 12:1-17)

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Houses of Worship

1. What gruesome object did the Philistines fasten in the temple of Dagon?

2. Which goddess had a notorious temple at Ephesus?

3. Why did John not see a temple in the New Jerusalem?

4. Whose temple did Abimelech burn while the people of Shechem were hiding inside?

5. Who received a vision of the Jerusalem temple while he was in exile in Babylon?

6. According to Paul, who is called to be the temple of God?

7. What Assyrian emperor was assassinated by his sons while he was worshiping in his pagan temple?

8. Who was told in a vision to measure the temple in Jerusalem?

9. Who carried away furnishings from the Jerusalem temple and put them in the temple at Babylon?

10. What was Jesus talking about *hen he spoke of destroying the temple and raising it up in three days?

11. What holy object was taken by the Philistines into the temple of Dagon, causing Dagon’s image to fall down?

12. Who built the first temple in Jerusalem?

13. Who built a temple for Baal in Samaria?

14. After Saul’s death, where did the Philistines carry his armor?

15. Who asked Elisha’s forgiveness for worshiping in the temple of the god Rimmon?

16. What king issued an order allowing the Jews to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem?

17. Who was taken to the highest point of the Jerusalem temple?

18. What king tricked the followers of Baal by gathering them in Baal’s temple and then slaughtering them?


Houses of Worship


1. Saul’s head (1 Chronicles 10:10)

2. Diana (or Artemis) (Acts 19:27-28)

3. God and the Lamb are the temple (Revelation 21:22)

4 The temple of the god Berith (Judges 9:46-49)

5. Ezekiel (40—42)

6. All believers (1 Corinthians 6:19)

7. Sennacherib (2 Kings 19:37)

8. John (Revelation 11:1-2)

9. Nebuchadnezzar (2 Chronicles 36:7)

10. His body (John 2:19-21)

11. The ark of the covenant (1 Samuel 5:2-4)

12. Solomon (1 Kings 6)

13. Ahab (1 Kings 16:32)

14. The temple of Ashtoreth (1 Samuel 3 1:10)

15. Naaman the Syrian (2 Kings 5:18)

16. Darius (Ezra 6:1-12)

17. Jesus (Matthew 4:5)

18. Jehu of Israel (2 Kings 10:18-27)

Wonders of Elijah and Elisha

1. What happened to the children who made fun of Elisha’s bald head?

2. For whom did Elijah supply meal and oil through miraculous means?

3. What did the bones of Elisha do to a dead man?

4. What did Elisha do to make an ax head float to the surface of the water?

5. Who was healed of leprosy when he followed Elisha’s instructions?

6. Who appeared with Jesus and Elijah on the Mount of Transfiguration?

7. What birds fed Elijah in the wilderness?

8. What river did Elijah part by striking it with his mantle?

9. What did Elisha do to make the poisoned pottage edible?

10. What happened to the Syrian Eoldiers when Elisha prayed?

11. How long was rain withheld after Elijah’s prayer?

12. Who conceived a son after Elisha predicted she would?

13. What did Elijah call on to destroy the soldiers sent to arrest him?

14. Who was Elijah up against when fire from the Lord burned up a sacrifice and the water around the altar?

15. How many men did Elisha feed with twenty loaves of barley and some ears of corn?

16. How did Elisha raise the Shunammite woman’s son from the dead?

17. What did Elisha’s servant see after Elisha prayed that his eyes would be opened?

18. For whom did Elisha supply water miraculously?

19. What took Elijah into heaven?

20. Who fed Elijah after he prayed to the Lord to take his life?

21. What did Elisha do for the Syrian soldiers after leading them to Samaria?

22. What did Elisha supply the poor widow with?

23. How did Elisha purify the bitter water?

24. Who did Elijah miraculously outrun on the way to Jezreel?



Wonders of Elijah and Elisha


1. They were torn apart by two bears (2 Kings 2:23-25)

2. A widow and her son (1 Kings 17:13-16)

3. Brought him back to life (2 Kings 13:20-21)

4. He threw a stick into the water (2 Kings 6:4-7)

5. Naaman the Syrian (2 Kings 5:1-14)

6. Moses (Luke 9:28-36)

7 Ravens (1 Kings 17:2-7)

8. The Jordan (2 Kings 2:8)

9. He poured meal into it (2 Kings 4:38-4 1)

10. They were struck blind (2 Kings 6:18)

11. Three and a half years (I Kings 17:1)

12. The Shunammite woman (2 Kings 4:14-17)

13. Fire from heaven (2 Kings 1:10-12)

14. The prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18:17-38)

15. A hundred (2 Kings 4:42-44)

16. He stretched his body out on the boy’s (2 Kings 4:32-37)

17. An angelic army (2 Kings 6:15-17)

18. The armies of the kings of Judah, Israel, and Edom (2 Kings 3:14-20)

19. A whirlwind (2 Kings 2:11)

20. An angel (1 Kings 19:4-8)

21 .Prayed for the healing of their blindness (2 Kings 6:19-20)

22 .Large quantities of oil (2 Kings 4:1-7)

23. He threw a container of salt into it (2 Kings 2:19-22)

24 .Ahab (1 Kings 18:46)

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Under the Influence


1. What husband, the victim of David’s adulterous scheming, was made drunk by the king?

2. What man was seduced by his daughters while he was drunk?

3. Who dropped dead as a stone on hearing bad news the morning after being drunk?

4. What virtuous man, who later married a virtuous woman, fell asleep in a heap of grain after eating and drinking?

5. Absalom wanted to avenge the rape of his sister, lamar, so he waited until the rapist was very drunk. Who was this drunk, later slain by Absalom’s men?

6. This king of Israel, who ruled barely two years, was assassinated while drunk. Who was he?

7. What Syrian king was getting drunk at a time when he was supposed to be making war on the Samaritans?

8. Nehemiah waited until this Persian king was softened up with wine before he asked the king to let the Jews return to their homeland. Who was the king?

9. What Persian queen refused to obey her drunken husband’s order that she appear before his besotted guests?

10. Job’s sons and daughters were so busy eating and drinking that they failed to notice that disaster was about to strike. What killed them?

11. The arrogant Babylonian king Belshazzar, drunk at his feast, committed an outrage when he asked for new drinking vessels to be brought in. What were these vessels that led to so much trouble for the king?

Under the Influence


1. Unah, the husband of Bathsheba (2 Samuel 11:13)

2. Lot (Genesis 19:30-36)

3. Nabal, Abigail’s husband (1 Samuel 25:36-37)

4. l3oaz, husband of Ruth (Ruth 3:7-14)

5. Amnon, Absalom’s half-brother (2 Samuel 13:28)

6. Elah (1 Kings 16:9)

7. Ben-hadad (1 Kings 20:12-19)

8. Artaxerxes (Nehemiah 2:1)

9. Vashti (Esther 1:3-12)

10. A great wind storm (Job 1:13-18)

11. Vessels from the temple of Jerusalem (Daniel 5:1-5)

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Take a Letter

1. What lost letter of Paul is mentioned in the Letter to the Colossians?

2. Who received a letter from David, telling him to put Uriah in the heat of baffle?

3. Who wrote to the churches concerning the Jerusalem council’s decision on the issue of circumcision?

4. Who, using John as a scribe, wrote to the seven churches in Asia?

5. Who had enemies that wrote smear letters about him to the Persian king?

6. What mighty king wrote a letter to Hezekiah concerning surrender?

7. Who wrote to the people of Samaria regarding the fate of Ahab’s seventy sons?

8. Who wrote a letter recommending Apollos to the Corinthian church?

9. Who wrote a letter to Felix concerning the apostle Paul?

10. Who wrote a letter granting permission to continue construction on the second temple?

11. What king received a letter from Elijah predicting judgment on his sinful reign?

12. What queen wrote to the leaders of Jezreel concerning Naboth?

13. Who asked the high priest for letters of introduction to the synagogues in Damascus?

14. Who sent letters of invitation to the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh, asking them to join in a Passover celebration.

15. Who sent a letter giving Judah’s enemies permission to stop the Jews’ work on the temple?

16. What feast did Mordecai prescribe in his letters to the Jews in Persia?

17. What leper carried a letter from the king of Syria to the king of Israel?

18. Who sent a threatening letter designed to discourage Nehemiah from his plans to rebuild Jerusalem?

19. Who, with Paul, penned the First Letter to the Corinthians?

20. Who wrote to Philemon concerning his runaway slave, Onesimus?

Take a Letter


1. The Letter to the Laodiceans (Colossians 4:16)

2. Joab (2 Samuel 11:4, 15)

3. James (Acts 15:23)

4. Jesus (Revelation 1-3)

5. Zerubbabel (Ezra 4:6-16)

6. Sennacherib (2 Kings 19:14)

7. Jehu (2 Kings 10:1-2)

8. The Ephesian church (Acts 18:27)

9. Claudius Lysias (Acts 23:25)

10. King Darius (Ezra 6:6-12)

11. Jehoram (2 Chronicles 21:12)

12. Jezebel (1 Kings 2 1:8)

13. Paul (Acts 9:2)

14. Hezekiah (2 Chronicles 30:1-3)

15. King Artaxerxes (Ezra 4:17-22)

16. Purim (Esther 9:20-2 1)

17. Naaman (2 Kings 5:5-6)

18. Sanballat (Nehemiah 6:5-7)

19. Sosthenes (1 Corinthians 1:1)

20. Paul (Philemon)

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Makers of Music.

1. What stringed instruments did John hear in his vision of the heavenly throne?

2. Who is mentioned as the father of those who play the harp and organ?

3. What prophetess played a timbrel and led the women of Israel in a victory song after the Red Sea incident?

4. What caused Saul’s “evil spirit” to leave him?

5. Who wrote over a thousand songs?

6. What is the only book of the Bible that contains numerous directions for musical accompaniment?

7. At the dedication of Solomon’s temple, 120 priests played what instruments?

8. What king of Israel had 4,000 musicians who praised the Lord with instruments the king, made?

9. What prophet prophesied while accompanied by a minstrel?

10. When the foundation for the second temple was laid, the priests played trumpets. What did the Levites play?

11. What king, who was also a poet and musician, embarrassed his wife by dancing in the streets?

12. What prophetic book of the Old Testament contains musical directions?


Makers of Music


1. Harps (Revelation 14:2-3)

2. Iubal (Genesis 4:2 1)

3. Miriam (Exodus 15:20-2 1)

4. David’s harp playing (1 Samuel 16:23)

5. Solomon (1 Kings 4:32)

6. Psalms

7. Trumpets (2 Chronicles 5:1 1-14)

8. David (1 Chronicles 23:5)

9. Elisha (2 Kings 3:15-16)

10. Cymbals (Nehemiah 12:35-36)

11. David (2 Samuel 6:16, 20)

12. Habakkuk (3:1, 3. 9, 13, 19)

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All Kinds of Villains

1. Who plotted to have the entire Hebrew nation completely exterminated?

2. Who committed the first murder?

3. Who acknowledged the innocence of Jesus but allowed him to be crucified anyway?

4. Who made numerous attempts to swindle Jacob, who ultimately prospered?

5. What king was constantly making oaths of love and loyalty to David while frequently trying to kill him?

6. What evil king of Israel was led into even more wickedness by his beautiful and scheming wife?

7. Who ordered the killing of infant boys in Bethlehem?

8. What treacherous son led a revolt against his father, the king of Israel?

9. What ruler, who had already had John the Baptist beheaded, was Jesus made to appear before?

10. What two traitorous army captains murdered their king as a favor to David and were then executed by David for treachery?


All Kinds of Villains


1. Haman, minister of Persia (Esther)

2. Cain, who murdered his brother (Genesis 4:8)

3. Pontius Pilate (John 18—19)

4. Laban, his father-in-law (Genesis 29—31)

5. Saul (1 Samuel 19—17)

6. Ahab, husband of Jezebel (1 Kings 16)

7. Herod, known to history as Herod the Great (Matthew 2:16)

8. Absalom, son of David (2 Samuel 15)

9. Herod Antipas (Matthew 14:10)

10. Recab and Baanah, captains of lshbosheth (2 Samuel 4)

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Thieving Types

1. Who stole idols from her father?

2. What robber was released from prison at the time of the Passover?

3. According to Malachi, what were the people of Judah stealing from God?

4. Who was stoned for stealing booty during the battle for Ai?

5. Which epistles say that the day of the Lord will come like a thief?

6. What disciple stole from the treasury?

Thieving Types


1. Rachel (Genesis 31:19)

2. Barabbas (John 18:40)

3. The tithes they owed (Malachi 3:8)

4. Achan (Joshua 7:10-26)

5. 1 Thessalonians (5:2) and 2 Peter (3:10)

6. Judas lscanot (John 12:4-6)

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Copyright 1988 by: J. Stephen Lang.

NOTE: Contains over 4,500 Questions & Answers.




by: Stephen Lang

Copyright @ 1988.

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