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WEEK 5 BIBLE LIVE QUIZ Ps. 18:43—22:10 and Exodus 26:1—Lev. 1:17

Ps. 18:43—22:10

1. Can you sing the worship chorus based on Ps. 18:46? The Lord liveth, blessed be the Rock, and may the God of my salvation be exalted.”

2. Day and night, I speak without sound or word to people all over the world, telling of God’s greatness. Who am I? Ps. 19:1-4, the heavens

3. In Ps. 19, David compares me to a bridegroom and an athlete as I travel through the sky. Who am I? 19:4-6, the sun

4. I revive the soul, make the simple wise, bring joy to the heart, and give insight about life. What am I? 19:7-8, God’s Word (the Bible) - law, decrees, commandments, and commands of the Lord

5. David ends Ps. 19 asking that God be pleased with what two aspects of his life? 19:14, his words and thoughts

6. Nations fall and collapse because instead of trusting in God, they trust in what? 20:7, armies and weapons

7. When we see evil people succeeding and prospering, what should we always remember? 21:8-12, God will prevail, evil will be judged and destroyed

8. Jesus cried out the opening words of Ps. 22 over 900 years after David wrote them. What are those famous words? 22:1, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” (Eli, Eli, Llama sabacthani)

Exodus 26:1—40:38

1. Who was allowed to go into the Holy of Holies, and on what occasion? The High Priest, Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur)

2. The Tabernacle courtyard measured 150’ x 75’. What color was the fence around it? Ex. 27:9-15, white

3. What was used to divide the two sections of the Tabernacle tent? 26:31, a curtain

4. Inside the fence, in the tabernacle courtyard, was a tent divided into two sections. What was the name of the two sections? 26:33, the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies (or Most Holy Place)

5. The Altar of incense, the Table of Showbread, and the Gold Lampstand were located in what section of the Tabernacle? The Holy Place

6. What one piece of furniture was kept in the Holy of Holies? 26:33, the Ark of the Covenant

7. What two pieces of furniture were located inside the courtyard, but outside the Tabernacle tent itself? Altar of Burnt Offerings and the Bronze Laver

8. Whom did God appoint to serve as priests for Israel? Ex. 28:1, Aaron, his sons, and descendants

9. In the chestpiece of the priests, there were four rows of gemstones, three stones in each row, representing what? 28:21, the twelve tribes of Israel

10. In the pocket of the priests’ chestpiece, were placed the Urim and the Thummim, which were apparently used for what purpose? 28:30, to help determine God’s will for His people

11. On the front of the priest’s turban (on their forehead) was a gold medallion. What was inscribed on that medallion that was a constant reminder of God's nature? Ex. 28:36, Set apart as holy to the Lord

12. Aaron, his sons, and their descendants were to serve as priests, representing God to Israel and Israel to God. How many days did the priests’ ordination ceremony last? 29:35, seven days

13. A census tax of 1/5 oz. of silver was to be paid by every male 20 years old and older, and was to be used for what? 30:16, the care of the Tabernacle (for the Levites)

14. Who was the first person in the Bible said to be "filled with the Spirit of God". 31:2-3, Bezalel

15. Bezalel and Oholiab were talented craftsmen, chosen by the Lord to do what? 31:7-11, oversee building of the Tabernacle, furniture, instruments, and the priestly garments

16. How were the people of Israel to observe the Sabbath day? 31:14-15, a day of rest (no work)

17. What did the Sabbath Day symbolize for the people of Israel? 31:12-16, a sign of the covenant between God and Israel (reminder that completeness is found only in God, not in earthly affairs)

18. While Moses was on Mt. Sinai, the people lost patience and expressed their fear to Aaron, whose solution was to build what? 32:3-5, a gold calf (idol) and altar (the inability to stand alone against public pressure was a weakness in Aaron)

19. When the people broke the first two commandments God had given them, the Lord proposed killing everyone and starting the nation over again with whom? 32:9-10, Moses

20. Who was on Mt. Sinai with Moses and thought at first that their revelry was the noise of war? 24:13 and 32:17, Joshua

21. When the Lord proposed destroying the Israelites for their idolatry, what did Moses do? 32:11, 30, prayed for their salvation (basing his prayer on God’s will, God’s name, God’s covenant promises, even offering to be blotted out himself)

22. When Aaron was explaining his version of events to Moses, what lie did he tell? 32:24, the calf formed itself in the fire

23. Which tribe responded to Moses call and was used to punish those who worshiped the gold calf? 32:26-28, Levites (Moses’ tribe who received a great blessing for their obedience)

24. In Ex. 33, Moses asked God to accompany him and the Israelites in their journey to the Promised Land, and God agreed. What was Moses’ second request of God? 33:18, “Please let me see your glorious presence.”

25. Moses could not behold God’s face, but the Lord passed by and allowed him to see what part of Him? 33:23, his back

26. After another 40 days and nights on Mt. Sinai, what was it about Moses that frightened the people? 34:29-30, face glowed

27. Where did all the materials for the building of the Tabernacle come from? 35:29, the people gave offerings

28. Bezalel and Oholiab had every skill necessary to build the Tabernacle by themselves, but what other skill did they have which allowed them to involve others in building the Tabernacle? 35:34, they had the ability to teach others their skills

29. What was the first problem Bezalel and Oholiab had after they started building the Tabernacle? 36:4-7, too much offering!

30. What two figures of gold were placed on the cover of Ark of the Covenant? 37:7, cherubim

31. The lampstand with its seven lamps and all the accessories was made from 75 pounds of what metal? 37:24, gold (1 talent)

32. The book of Exodus begins in the gloom of slavery and bondage, but ends in a blaze of glory. What is the final event of Exodus? 40:34, the Lord’s glorious presence fills the Tabernacle (and leads Israel—cloud by day, fire by night)

Lev. 1:1—17

1. In Lev. 1, what five animals could be presented to the priests as a whole burnt offering? 1:3, 10, 14, bull, male sheep or goat, turtledove or pigeon

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