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How many cutters of stone did Solomon recruit for the LORD’s temple and his own palace?

bread of the presence.

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What was placed on the tables inside the temple?

Queen of Sheba
Which ruler came to examine Solomon with difficult inquiries?

Shishak
Which ruler sacked Jerusalem during the rule of Solomon’s son?

The fear of God came on the surrounding kingdoms.
Why was Jehoshaphat not attacked by the surrounding nations?

“Give thanks to the Lord, for his loves endures forever.”
When confronted by a vast army from Moab, Ammon and Mount Seir, what song did the people of Judah song?

Jehosheba
She saved her nephew by hiding him at the temple when many others in the royal family were killed.

The temple
After contracting leprosy, from what place was Uzziah excluded?

Hezekiah
What King got sick and almost died, yet when he prayed God restored him?

Zedekiah
He was the third son of Josiah to reign over Judah.

Ezra
The oldest tradition maintains that the author of Chronicles was

450 and 400 BC
Because Chronicles is the last book in the Hebrew canon, many scholars date it between

David’s plans for the temple
What does the author of Chronicles choose not to omit?

2 Kings, Ezra, Nehemiah, 1-2 Chronicles
Concerning the books mentioned, which is the order found in the Hebrew canon?

1 Chronicles 1:1-2:2
The genealogies of the patriarchs are recorded in

the exilic archetype
The genealogical lists of Chronicles emphasize with the life of Saul?

Pattern for restoration
What purpose does 2 Chronicles 7:14 serve?

David
What was given the most attention by the Chronicler?

Jeremiah
Who spoke the Word of the Lord that predicted the release of the exiles and the rebuilding of the temple?

61,000 darics of gold, 5,000 minas of silver and 100 priestly garments.
What items did the returning exiles contribute to the rebuilding of the temple?

Labanon
Where did the lumber come from the was used to rebuild the temple?

Artaxerxes King of Persia
Who authorized the issue of an order that stopped the rebuilding project?

King Darius
Who allowed the restarting of the project?

Intermarriages in Israel, including the priests and Levites.
What caused Ezra to tear his tunic, pull his hair and beard and to sit appalled?

his brother Hanani
How did Nehemiah learn of the bright of the blight of the remnant in Judah?

Sons of Hassenaah
Who rebuilt the Fish Gate?

twenty- fifth of Elul
How long did the wall rebuilding process take?

Nehemiah
Who asks God to remember him?

Esther
Which historical book has an individual as its focus?

Zerubbabel
Who provided the political leadership for the Jews in the period following Cyrus’s Decre?

Sheshbazzar
Who was the first Persian governor of Judah?

536 BC
When did the Jews lay the foundation for the temple?

Ezra
Who was the outstanding figure of the restoration community?

prophet
Which does not accurately apply to Ezra?

syncretism
All roads lead to heaven is an example of the belief system known as

A personal advisor to the emperor of the world.

Given his title as ‘cupbearer’, what is the most likely role that Nehemiah played in the Persian Empire?

Persians
Who was not a problem for Nehemiah in rebuilding the work?

criticizing the plans.
How did the opposition to Nehemiah’s work try to stop the building of the walls?

Queen Vashti
Who gave a banquet for the women of the royal palace when the king gave one for his nobles and officials?

Memucan
Who advised the king never to allow Vashti to see him again?

Bigthana and Teresh, two of the King’s officers.
Who were the two men that Mordecai reported for conspiring against the king?

Agagite
What clan or people group did Haman come from?

His signet ring
What does the king give to Haman to authenticate the legality of Haman’s plot against the Jews?

up to half the kingdom
What is the king willing to grant to Esther when she approached him unsummond?

robe him and lead him through the city streets proclaiming ” this is what is done for the man delights to honour.”
What was the proclamation suggested by Haman for a person who pleased the king?

His advisers and his wife Zeresh.
Who informed Haman that he would not prevail over Mordecai because Mordecai was a Jew?

Purim means lots and on the day the Jews were supposed to get killed, God rescued them; though the lots said they were supposed to get killed that day.

What is the significance of the word, ‘Purim,’ one of the Jewish feasts?

127
How many provinces were in Xerxes’ kingdom?

romantic drama
The Book of Esther is written as a

Esther
Which Old Testiment book is not found in the dead Sea Scrolls?

Purim
Which Jewish holiday is explained in the Book of Esther?

problem- solution
What type of format is found in the Book of Esther?

Persians associating with Jews would be slaughtered.
What was the key point of the Persian decree?

Esther
Who said, “If I perish, I perish” ?

Mordecai
Who was the major target of Haman’s wrath?

It was possessed by mordecai
What ultimately happened to Haman’s estate?

Jews in every city of the Persian Empire can defend themselves from any attack.
What happened on the 13th day of Adar?

God is still sovereignly at work saving his people.
Why is the Book of Esther especially relevant for us today?

Ezra
The oldest tradition maintains that the author of Chronicles was

450 and 400 BC
Because Chronicles is the last book in the Hebrew canon, many scholars date it between

David’s plans for the temple
What does the author of Chronicles choose not to omit?

2 Kings, Ezra, Nehemiah, 1-2 Chronicles.
Concerning the books mentioned, which is the order found in the Hebrew canon?

1 Chronicles 1:2-2:2
The genealogies of the patriarchs are recorded in

Adam
The genealogical lists of Chronicles begin with

the exilic archetype
What did the author of Chronicles emphasize with the life of Saul?

Pattern for restoration
What purpose does 2 Chronicles 7:14 serve?

proper worship of God
What was given the most attention by the chronicler?

David
Who is discussed the most iin Chronicles?

Esther
Which book is not considered a book of poetry?

Parallelism
What is the most important feature of Hebrew poetry?

antithetic parallelism
” Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth.” this is an example of

ABBA
” I cried to thee, O Lord, and unto the Lord I made supplication” (Ps 29:8). This is an example of a chiastic pattern known as

acrostic
Psalm 119 is an example of a(n)

In thee, O Lord, do I delight
The ninth line of a twenty- six- line English hymn written as an acrostic would begin with the words

Ras Shamra
Which modern city was ancient Ugarit?

1500 to 1200 BC
During what period was Ugarit prominent in Syria?

30
How many signs are in the Ugaritic language?

Ugaritic
Hebrew poetry is most similar to poetry written in

Psalms, Hosea, and John
In which book can wisdom concepts and sayings be found?

Sages
Who was the producer of discourses of wisdom in the ancient Near East?

family
The most important educational unit in ancient Egypt was the

2450 BC
What is the date for the volume entitled Instruction of Ptahhotep?

Instructions of Amenemope
Whose instructions contains many statements that clearly parallel the Old Testiment proverbs?

magical practices
What is most often found in wisdom material from Mesopotamia?

monotheistic perspective
What is the distinguishing feature of Hebrew wisdom literature?

prologue
Which of the following helps to create a literary framework for the book of Job?

Eliphaz
Who began the first cycle of speeches in Job 4?

Wisdom is God’s and human beings cannot attain it.
What is the main message of the Book of Job?

2
How many audiences does Satan have with God before Job’s friends show up?

He replied, ” You are talking like a foolish woman, sall we accept good from God, and not trouble?”
How does Job respond to his wife’s advice?

Temanite
Where was Eliphaz from?

The sand of the seas
What would Job’s misery outweigh?

miserable comforters
After Eliphaz’s second speech, how does job characterize his friends?

Zophar
Which of Job’s friends does not have a third speech?

” The fear of the Lord- that is wisdom, and to shun evil is understanding.

After discussing how to find them, what is the conclusion concerning the nature of wisdom and understanding?

Elihu
Who was angry because the three friends could not convince Job that he was wrong?

” I am unworthy, how can I reply to you.”
What was Job’s response after the Lord’s first speech?

He will pray for them.
What does Job do for his three friends at the conclusion of the book?

His faithful servant
Who has the Lord set apart for himself?

he says, ” Then let my enemy pursue and over take me.”
How does Psalmist assert that his hands are guiltless and that has not stolen from his enemy?

fiery coats and burning sulfur
What will God rain on the wicked?

“Who does not accept a bribe against the innocent.”
What is the last characteristic listed of the person who may live in the Lord’s sanctuary?

I have resolved that my mouth will not sin
When the Psalmist’s heart is examined and probed, why is nothing found?

” Trust in the name of the Lord our God.

Instead of horses and chariots, what does the Psalmist trust in?

a table
What does God prepare in the presence of the Psalmist’s enemies?

hyssop
After his sin with Bathsheba, what does David ask God to cleanse him with?

” As a father has compassion on his children.”
What similie is used to explain how the Lord has compassion on those who fear him?

from Zion
From where does the Lord extend a scepter?

David
Who is the author of the largest number of the psalms?

Asaph
Whom did David appoint as his cheif musician?

responsive reading
” Give thanks to the Lord of Lord’s, His love endures forever.” The psalm that is made up of verses like the above was used primarily as a

doxology
Psalm 41:13, ” Praise be to the Lord, the God of Israel, from everlasting to everlasting. Amen and Amen.” is known as the

They have an ancient origin
How can the headings of some of the psalms be best described?

hymn
” Praise the LORD! Praise the Lord from the sky! Praise him in the heavens! Praise him, all his angels! Praise him, all his heavenly assembly!” is a verse from a psalm that would be classified as

wisdom psalm
” The fool says in his heart, ” There is no God.” They are corrupt, their deeds are vile; there is no one who does good.” (Ps 14:1) is an exmample of a

royal psalm
” All your robes are fragrant with myrrh and aloes and cassia; from palaces adorned with ivory the music of the strings makes you glad.” is a verse for a

imprecatory
What is the name for psalm that calls for God’s judgement on the enemy of the psalmist?

trusting the Lord
What part of a lament psalm is this verse in Psalm 4:3: “Know that the Lord has set apart the goldy for himself; the Lord will hear when I call to him.

wisdom and instruction
What two things does the fool dislike strongly?

she will exalt you
What happens to the sons that esteem wisdom?

conflict
What does hate stir up?

annoyance
What attitude does the fool immediately reveal?

the Lord
who weighs motives?

If they keep silent
How can even fools make people think they are wise?

wisdom
what does the simple person gain when a mocker is punished?

” for he is the kind of person who is always thinking about the cost.” “his heart is not with you.”
Why shouldn’t you eat the food offered by a stingy man?

those who seek the Lord
Who understands justice?

king Lemuel
Which otherwise unknown king was taught sayings by his mother?

it contains timeless principles we can claim
What is the value of the book of Proverbs for believers today?

read and meditate on a few proverbs at a time
What is the best way to study the Book of Proverbs?

egyptian instructural wisdom
The wisdom literature of the Book of Proverbs is most parallel to the wisdom literature of ancient

8
In which chapter of the Book of Proverbs do we find the pinnacle of the bible’s view of wisdom?

distich
” the wise in heart accept commands, but a chattering fool comes to ruin” ( Pr 10:8) is an example of a

1200 BC
The Egyptian work Instruction of Amenemope is most likely dated

topics of leadership and those whose associate wuth leaders.
Hezekiah’s collection of proverbs most often dealt with issues of

pride
What do Agur’s proverbs identify as the enemy of wisdom?

his mother
From whom did King Lemuel learn his proverbs?

character
What is emphasized the most in the wisdom of the Book of Proverbs?

much sorrow
What comes with much wisdom?

eternity
What has God set in the hearts of people?

not to make a vow
What is better than making a vow and not fulfilling it?

Why were the old days be better than these?
What question is not wise to ask?

goads
What are the words of the wise like?

En Gedi
Where is the cluster of henna blossoms from?

60
How many warriors accompany Solomon’s carriage?

coming up from washing
The women’s teeth are compared to a flock of sheep after what?

If the vines have budded
When the two go early to the vineyards what are they wanting to see?

Many waters
When love is compared to a fire, what cannot quench it?

philosopher
The best description of the word Qohelet is

the superlative and intesifies an idea
Where in Eccesiastes contains all literary from x of x?

Epic of Gilgamesh
Ecclesiastes 9:7-9 is parallel to the

live in relationship with God
The conclusion reached by Qohelet in Ecclesiastes is that man’s only good in life should be to

a consistant narrative plot
The song of songs does not have

it is about sexual love in marriage
What is the most reasonable statement about the song of songs?

a collection of songs
The content of the song of songs can best be classified as

Moses
Who was most significant in laying the foundation for classical prophecy?

Mount Caramel
Where did Elijah confront the prophets of Baal?

Amos
Which prophet’s work involved tending flocks and taking care of sycamore trees before God called him to a prophetic ministry?

350
The emphasis on prophets serving as God’s messengers is reinforced in the lives of the people by the repetition of the phrase “thus says the Lord”

give the king guidance for ethical treatment of others
The ecstatics of Mari did all but

Ahijah
Who was the prophet who prophesied that God would tear the kingdom from Solomon?

Anointed one
What is the meaning of the word masiah?

Elisha
Which prophet did not prophesy during the period of Assyrian domination?

Manasseh
Who was one of Judah’s most wicked kings?

Media
Astages was king of

Sodom and Gomarrah
What two destroyed cities are compared to Isaiah’s country?

the city of righteousness and the faithful city
God tells a city that he would restore judges as in earlier days and the city would then be called by what two names?

youth their officials children will govern over them.
After the Lord Almighty takes away Judah’s supply and support who will be their officials and govern them?

King Uzziah
In the year of what King’s death did Isaiah have his vision of the Lord in the temple?

Maher- shalal- Hash- Baz. ” the wealth of Damascus and the plunder of Samaria will be carried off by the king Assyria.”
Isaiah gives one of his sons the longest name in scripture.

What is the name and what is its significance?

signs and symbols
What does Isaiah say that he and the children God has given him are in Israel?

” but with righteousness he will judge the needy, with justice he will give decisions for the poor of the earth.”
Instead of judging by sight or hearing, what criterion will be used by the one who comes from Jesse?

” they will be set apart for the Lord.” ” they will go to those who live before the Lord, for abundant food and fine clothes.”
What will happen to the prophets of tyre?

” look to the holy one of Israel, or seek help from the Lord.”
What do those who go to Egypt for help not do?

Marduk- Baladan
The envoys of this king of Babylon were shown the wealth of Jerusaelm?

13:1-23:18
The oracles against the nations are in Isaiah, chapters

Tiglath- Pileser the third
When Isaiah began his ministry, the enemy, Assyria, was led by

judgement speech that typically begins with the word “woe”
A woe oracle is a

King Uzziah
Which King’s death marks the begining of Isaiah’s prophetic call?

” a virgin would conceive, bear a son, and name him Immanuel.

” ” Before the child could choose between good and evil, the kings of Syria and Israel would be gone.”

What was the sign that Isaiah gave to Ahaz?

Zebulun
Isaiah prophesied that spiritual light would come to the territory of the tribe of

24-27
Which chapters of the book of Isaiah are often called the little apocalypse?

Judah
Whom did Isaiah condemn for making foreign alliances?

the people would be fruitful and multiply
What was not one of the ways God would prepare his people to recieve his blessing?

He showed them all his splendor and treasures
What was the most foolish thing Hezekiah did to the Babylonian delegates?

Word of God
What are the withering grass and falling flowers contrasted with?

He makes an idol
The carpenter who measures with a line uses half his wood for fue. What ridiculous use does he make of the other half?

Cyrus
Of whom is it said that he was God’s anointed and that he would subdue nations?

a sharpened sword
The mouth of the servant that God chose before he was born is compared to what?

Come, buy and eat
What instructions are given to those who are thirsty and yet have no money?

the wicked
Who does God say will have no peace, but are like restless water?

Hephzibah- means my delight is in her. Beulah – means married
What will be the names and their meanings substituted for Deserted and Desolate

” has been burned with fire.”
What happened to the holy and glorious temple where God had been praised?

Humble and contrite in spirit and who tremble at my word.
What positive characteristics are present in the one the Lord esteems?

It is a second Isaiah
What does Deutero- Isaiah mean?

understood that Isaiah in its entirety was from the prophet Isaiah
Mathew 3:3 indicates that New Testiment writers

God will be with us in all the difficult circumstances of life.

What is most important lesson we can learn from Isaiah 40?

Israel took great care in preparing objects of worship
What is true about the behavior of Israel?

babylonians
Akitu was a festival celebrated each year by the

present
Where should the righteous look to see their salvation?

Jesus Christ
The most likely interpretation of the suffering servant of Isaiah 52: 13-53:12 is that the servant represents

eunuchs
Whom did Isaiah say would join God’s family?

wedding
What does Isaiah use to represent the relationship of God and Israel in Isaiah 62?

on earth after he returns
Premillennialism refers to the reign of Christ

branch of an almond tree and a pot that is boiling.
What two things does Jeremiah see at his call?

have forsaken him and they have dug their own cisterns
God charges that his people have committed two sins. What are they?

One person who deals honestly and seeks the truth.
What does Jeremiah go up and down the streets looking for?

‘ This is the temple of the Lord, the temple of the Lord, the temple of the Lord.”
What were the repetitive deceptive words that the people of judah trusted in?

Gilead
What city was famous for its balm?

to obey him
God made a covenant with his people. What was their response supposed to be?

a linen waistband
What does Jeremiah hide in a crevice in the rocks?

Because the Lord has withdrawn it is blessing, love and pity from the people
Why was Jeremiah told not to enter a house where there was a funeral meal?

Break a clay jar
What symbolic action does Jeremiah do at the Valley of Ben Hinnom?

Pashhur
He has Jeremiah beaten and put in stocks.

Anathoth
Where did Jeremiah live?

30
At what age in Jeremiah’s day did priests begin their service?

Baruch, son of Neriah
Who served as Jeremiah scribe?

Placing the divine word there
When God confirmed Jeremiah’s call by touching his mouth, he was symbolically

two sisters
Jeremiah compared Israel and Judah to

a foreign nation
God told Judah that their sin would be ultimately judged by

common animals
Jeremiah told the people that while they did not observe God’s law that the laws were observed by

Purchase a linen waistband and hide it in some rocks by the river.

He retrieve the waistband and it was ruined.

What was the symbolic action by Jeremiah meant to indicate that Judah had exposed their lives to pagan influences and had become spiritually worthless?

punishment
What was the first thing that God told Jeremiah that Judah must experience?

Hinnom valley
At what place did Jeremiah give the warning of final judgment for Judah?

the exiles
In the object lesson of the fig baskets, who are the good figs?

Hananiah
What prophet proclaimed that the temple articles would be returned from babylon within two years?

The rekabites
Which family followed their ancestor’s command not to drink wine or build homes?

Jehoiakim
Which king burned the scroll that Jeremiah had dictated to Baruch?

Zedekiah
Which Judean King was blinded and chained by the Babylonians?

Gedaliah
Who became governor after the babylonians captured Jerusalem, but was later murdered?

” take tied a stone to it and thre it in the Euphrates river.”
What symbolic action did Jeremiah do to let the Jews in Egypt know that they had not escaped the babylonians?

“They tied a stone to it and threw it to ward off your captivity.”
What happened to the scroll that spoke of the disasters coming to Babylon?

” But to you also the cup will be passed; you will be drunk and stripped naked.”
Why is the daughter of Edom sarcastically told to ” rejoice and be glad?”

27 and 28
Jeremiah wore a yoke in chapters

3 months
How long did King Jehoahaz reign?

605 BC.

When did Nebuchadnezzar become king of Babylon?

the people’s hearts
Jeremiah said that the new covenant would be written on

destroyed it by burning
What did Jehoiakin do to the scroll which contained the words of God?

blinded him and lead him in chains to Babylon.
What did Nebuchadnezzar do to Zedekiah?

Moabites
Chemosh was the chief god of the

throwing the scroll into the Euphrates river.
What symbolizes the ultimate end of babylon?

4
Judah’s utter ruin is lamented in the book of Lamentations, chapter

that they will recieve the penalty for their sins, too.

How did the author of the Book of Lamentation ask God to deal with Judah’s enemies?

saw visions of God
What did Ezekiel see on the fifth day in the fourth month of the thirtieth year?

son of man
What is the title that God frequently uses to address Ezekiel?

” a third of your people will die of the plague or perish by famine inside of you, a third will fall by the sword outside your walls, and a third I will scatter to the winds and pursue with drawn sword.”
What is the meaning of the object lesson with Ezekiel’s hair?

idol of Jealousy
What detestable thing does Ezekiel see in the entrance north of the alter?

glory of the Lord
The second time Ezekiel sees the cherubim, whose glory does he see leaving the temple?

Whitewash
What covers the flimsy wall?

a vine
What kind of wood was not used to make anything useful, but only burned?

” The fathers eat sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge.”
What proverbs was used by the Israelites to blame their troubles on their ancestors?

fir the hand of the slayer.

The sword that is sharpened and polished and is made ready for what?

the ninth year, in the tenth month on the tenth day.
When did the king of Babylon lay siege to jerusalem?

24
In which chapter of the Book of Ezekiel is the rusty pot featured?

Babylon
The primary focus of Ezekiel’s ministry was to the Jews living in

550 BC
At about what time did Ezekiel finish writing the book of Ezekiel?

wheels
What did Ezekiel see in his first vision?

heap of ruins
Tel Abib means

Asherah, the wife of the pagan god Baal.
In Ezekiel’s vision of an idol of jealousy, the idol probably represented

Tammuz
Who was the Mesopotamian god of agriculture?

vine
Which one of Ezekiel’s analogies of God’s people included fire?

their parents
The judeans were angry because of their exile and they blamed

” my tent is with her”
What is the meaning of the sister’s name that represented Jerusalem?

a pasture for camels
What will Rabbah be turned into?

” I am a god; I sit on the throne of a god in the heart of the seas.”
what did the king of tyre proudly say about himself and his location?

king Nebuchadnezzar
Who is chosen to put an end to the hordes of Egypt?

watchman
What was the name of the job of the person who blows a trumpet to warn the people when he sees the sword coming?

he said, ” Sovereign Lord, you alone know.”
God asked Ezekiel if certain bones could live. What did he respond?

The Lord says he will bring all the shraimk Judah out of the nations they have gone and bring them together as one nation in one land.

What was the meaning of the object lesson of two sticks that are joined together?

the valley of Hamon Gog.
What will be the name of the valley where Gog will be buried?

25
How long had the exile been going on when Ezekiel saw the man who looked like bronze?

the East
From which direction did the glory come to the temple?

the salt there becomes fresh
What happens to the water of the river from the temple when it enters the sea?

Alexander the great
In 332 BC Tyre was destroyed by

raging sea monster in the bonds of captivity
Ezekiel compared Pharoah, king of Egypt, to a

unfair
the key protest that the exiles made was that the exile was

shepherds
Ezekiel compared Israel’s leaders to

ultimate enemies of God’s people
Gog and Magog were

500
What was the length in reeds of one side of the temple area?

east side
On which side of Jerusalem did Ezekiel describe a gate that was sealed?

12
How many gates did Jerusalem have?

” the Lord is there.”
What did Ezekiel say the name of the city would be?

The words of Ezekiel are literal and will be fulfilled by Christ.
What position do those who believe in the millennium take when interpreting Ezekiel 40-48?

Ashpenaz
Who was the cheif of Nebuchadnezzar’s court officials?

Mishael
What was Meshach’s Jewish name?

Tell your servents the dream, and we will interpret it.
What do the astrologers say to the king in Aramaic?

silver
What were the chest and arms of the statue in Nebuchadnezzar’s dream made of?

spirit of the holy gods is inside him
What distinguishing characteristics does Nebuchadnezzar say is in Belteshazzar?

grass
What does Nebuchadnezzar eat during his period of insanity?

third highest ruler in the kingdom
What political position does Belshazzar promise to anyone who can interpret the writing?

Media and Persia
In Daniel’s vision of the goat and the ram, what kingdom did the ram represent?

70 years
How long di the Babylonian captivity last?

” michael, the great prince who protects your people, will arise.”
Who protects Daniel’s people?

the book of revelation
What is the oldest document claiming to be apocalyptic?

6:1-28
the account of Daniel in the den of lions is found in chapter

the entire Babylonian Empire
Whom did Nebuchadnezzar order to worship the golden idol?

2-7
Which specific chapters in the Book of Daniel are in the form of a chiasm?

The vision of Chapter 7
Where is God portrayed as the Ancient of Days?

future aggressive empires
Daniel differed from other prophets in that he preached about

Russian
Which kingdom is not generally seen to be one of the four great empires?

Aramaic
The book of Daniel was written in both Hebrew and

Babylonia, Media, Persia, Greece
The most common nonevangelical position on the composition of the four kingdoms of Daniel 2-7 includes

Historical
The major reason for the disagreement about the references to Darius the Mede in Daniel 5:31 is

– Jezreel : ” because I will soon punish the house of Jehu for the massacre at Jezreel.

“- Lo- Ruhamah: means not loved – Lo- Ammi: means not my people

What are the names and the meaning of the names of Hosea’s children?

That they may live in his presence
After days of revival and restoration what will be possible?

Egypt
Out of where did God call his son?

Because God is gracious and compassionate
Whay are the Israelites to rend their hearts and return to God?

Tyre and Sidon
Which two cities sold people of Judah and Jerusalem to the Greeks?

Israel
What is the last territory to which the Lord says, ” For three sins…

even four…”?

” That day will be darkness, not light”
Why does Amos speak a “woe” against those who long for the day of the Lord?

“The time is ripe for my people Israel; I will spare them no longer.”
What is the meaning of the basket of ripe fruit the Lord shows to Amos?

Harlotry
When Israel turned to Egypt for help, God said Israel was guilty of commiting

Grapes
What was not one of the objects Hosea used to describe the promise of God’s blessing?

locust
What kind of a plague did Joel describe as the day of the Lord?

Hosea
Gomer was the wife of

before 721 BC
What is the most likely date for the writing of the Book of Hosea?

Beeri
Who was the father of Hosea?

740 BC
Which date is least likely to be a time when the book of Amos was written?

A plumbline tested a wall’s straightness
What was in Amos’ vision that showed the high standard that God had for Israel?

Women of Samaria
Amos compared the well-fed cows of Bashan with the

emotional
Which was not one of the benefits Joel prophesied for Judah?

Tarshish
When God told Jonah to go to Nineveh, Jonah set out for

Ishtar
Much of the wickedness in Nineveh centred around the worship of which goddess?

Esau
The Edomites were descendants of

Micah
Which prophet refers to Bethlehem as the birthplace of God’s ultimate king?

Nahum
Which prophet was an Elkoshite?

Jonah
Who was the son of Amittai?

Josiah
Who was king of Judah during Zephaniah’s ministry?

Edom
On which nation did Obadiah focus his message?

720 BC
It is most likely that Micah ministered at about

Habakkuk
Which prophet struggled with God?

small
What size, compared to other nations, does God promise to make Edom?

Tarshish
To where did Jonah try to flee instead of going to Ninevah?

“Forty more days and Nineveh will be overthrown.”
What was the message that Jonah proclaimed to the people of Ninevah?

A leafy plant
What did God provide to shade Jonah?

they proclaim peace
What happens when someone feeds a prophet?

Bethlehem Ephrathah
Where will the one who will be ruler over Israel come from?

Nineveh
What city is the Lord against?

” yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my savior.”
In spite of failing crops, what is Habakkuk going to do?

Josiah
During whose reign did Zephaniah serve as a prophet?

Seek the Lord, seek righteousness, seek humility.
What three things does Zephaniah counsel the humble to seek?

God blew away
What happened to what the people brought home?

he will fill the house with glory
What does God promise will come after he shakes the nations?

his signet ring
What does the Lord promise to make Zerubbabel like?

Haggai and Zechariah
Which two prophets served during the second year of king Darius?

” This is the curse that is going out over the whole land”
What was the meaning vision of the flying scroll that Zechariah saw?

faithful city
What will Jerusalem be called?

the mountains will be split in two from east to west
What will happen on the day that the Lord’s feet stand on the Mount of Olives?

he will demolish
Even if Edom decides to rebuild, what does God promise to do?

By marrying women who worship a foreign god.
What has Judah done to desecrate the sanctuary the Lord loves?

In tithes and offerings
How have the people robbed God?

2
In which chapter did Malachi focus on God’s concern about intermarriage and divorce?

8
How many night visions did Zechariah have?

460 BC
Which date for the ministry of Malachi is most probable?

God’s forces against the nations
In Zechariah’s vision of four horns and four craftsmen, the craftsmen represent

almost fifty thousand
How many Jews returned to rebuild the temple at about 539 BC?

fifth
In which month did the people fast to mourn the destruction of the temple in Zechariah 7:1-8?

Intermarriage
What was the main reason that Israel and Judah began to practice idolatry?

living unclean lives
The central way the people profaned the temple was by

Egypt
Which enemy of Israel was not included in Zechariah 9 when the prophet told the people that the Lord would remove their enemies?

promise
Malachi closed his book with a command and a

awaiting a fuller revelation to usher in a new kingdom and messiah
The Old testiment ends in anticipation of what two things?

Mishnah
Modern Judaism believes that the truths of the Old testiment are best preserved in the

Talmud
What is the commentary on the Mishnah?

200 AD
What is the date of the Michnah?

writers of the Gospels
The arrival of the Messiah is most clearly confirmed by the

concluding with the prophets
How does the Christian canonical order tie the Old and New testiments together?

Heilsgeschichte
A history of redemption and promise is called

352
How many verses of the New testiment refer to the Old testiment?

sociological
Which is not a primary foundation for the New Testament found in the Old Testament?

to confess, recieve, and believe
What does the truth of the Old testiment invite us to do?

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