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WEEK 39 BIBLE LIVE QUIZ Ps. 104; Prov. 25:14—26:12, 1 Tim. 3:1—2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, and Isa. 1:1—14:32

Ps. 104


1. What is the primary theme of Ps. 104? God, the Creator and Sustainer of all the world


2. What well known worship hymn is based on Ps. 104? How Great Thou Art

Prov. 25:14—26:12


2. A person who doesn’t keep his promise is like a cloud that doesn’t produce what? Prov. 25:14, rain


3. What can you do to a person that is as bad as hitting them with an ax, wounding them with a sword, or shooting them with a sharp arrow? Prov. 25:18, tell lies about him


4. A city without walls is defenseless, just like a person without what? Prov. 25:28, discipline or self-control


5. In Prov. 26. eleven of the first twelve verses or proverbs are about what kind of person? Foolish


6. According to Prov. 26:4, why should we not answer a fool’s questions? Danger of stooping to their level and becoming as foolish as they are


7. According to Prov. 26:5, why should we answer a fool’s questions? To keep them from becoming wise in their own minds


8. It is as foolish to cut off one’s feet or to drink poison as it is to trust a fool to do what? 26:6, convey or deliver a message


9. According to Prov. 26:8, honoring a fool is as foolish as tying a stone to what? A slingshot


10. A fool does not learn from his mistakes, but instead repeats his folly just like a dog returns to what? 26:11, its vomit


11. Even with many problems, there is more hope for a fool than for a person who does what? 26:12, thinks he is wise

1 Timothy 3:1—2 Timothy


1. What does the word “deacon” mean? One who serves


2. Why is spiritual exercise more important than physical exercise? 1 Tim. 4:8, rewards in the next life as well as this life


3. Until Paul could visit Timothy, he told the young pastor to focus his ministry on doing what? 1 Tim. 4:13, reading the scriptures to the church


4. As pastor, how was Timothy to relate to men and women of different ages? 1 Tim. 5:1, like family members


5. Before even the local church, who had the first or primary responsibility for the care of the elderly and widows? 1 Tim. 5:4, family (children and grandchildren)


6. Paul told Timothy not to drink water only, but also a little wine (not drunkenness). Why? 1 Tim. 5:23, stomach ailment


7. What was the last biblical epistle Paul wrote before his death? 2 Tim. (66/67 AD, after a year or two of freedom, imprisoned and killed under Nero)


8. Who had led Timothy to Christ and nurtured his faith? 2 Tim. 1:5, mother Eunice and grandmother Lois


9. Paul compares the work of making disciples to what three kinds of work? 2 Tim. 2:2-7, a) Soldier (enduring hardship and not being distracted by worldly concerns, b) Athlete (train and follow the rules), and c) Farmer (hard working, patiently waiting the harvest)


10. Paul says he turned Hymenaeus over to Satan (removed from church fellowship) so he would see his error and repent. What was his error? 2 Tim. 2:17-18, taught resurrection already occurred (weakening the faith of many)


11. In 2 Tim. 2:20-21, Paul compares Christians to what items found in homes? Utensils of different kinds and values


12. How should Timothy, and how should we, respond to anything that stimulates sexual lust? 2 Tim. 2:22, Flee/run away from


13. We should develop friendships with people who do what? 2 Tim. 2:22, those who call on the Lord with pure hearts


14. According to tradition, Jannes and Jambres were two of the magicians who counterfeited Moses’ miracles before Pharaoh (Ex. 7). In 2 Tim. 3:6-9, they are used to describe what people in the churches? False teachers


15. What was the source of all the good teaching Timothy had received from Paul and others? 2 Tim. 3:14-17, scriptures


16. What does God use to prepare and equip Christians for every good thing He wants us to do? 2 Tim 3:16-17, scriptures


17. What does Paul tell Timothy to persist in doing, whether the circumstances or the people’s responses are favorable or not? 2 Tim. 4:2, preach (proclaim) the word of God


18. Paul warns Timothy that a time is coming when people will not listen to the truth, but instead will seek out preachers and teachers who will tell them what? 2 Tim. 4:3-4, tell them what they want to hear


19. In 2 Tim. 4:6-8, Paul knows that will soon die, and he writes to Timothy about prizes and crowns that the righteous Judge will give to him (Paul) and to everyone else who does what? Love his appearing; eagerly look forward to his glorious return

Titus


1. Young pastor Titus was working with the churches on what island? 1:5, Crete


2. Bible teaching about slaves and masters can be applied to the modern-day relationship between what two groups? Employers and employees


3. In Titus 2:9-10, what is the Christian slave’s motive for trying to please his master, not talking back, not stealing, and being trustworthy and good? He will make the Gospel attractive to his master and others


4. If our good works are not the basis for being made right with God (see Titus 3:5), how do we attain God’s forgiveness and salvation? By faith we receive salvation earned for us by Jesus the Messiah and revealed to us by the Holy Spirit

Philemon


1. In Paul’s letter to Philemon, who is Onesimus? 1:10-16, a slave Paul was returning to his master


2. Paul does not condemn slavery, but in a radical statement, he calls Philemon’s slave what? 1:15-16, Philemon’s brother in Christ


Isaiah 1:1—14:32


1. How many decades did Isaiah’s ministry span? Six (740-681 BC)


2. Jewish tradition holds that Isaiah was sawn in half in a log by which wicked King of Judah? Manasseh


3. Isaiah received his call to prophetic ministry at the death of which King of Judah? 6:1, Uzziah (Azariah)


4. At the end of ch. 3, Isaiah gives a warning of judgment to what specific group of Jerusalem’s citizens. Who? 3:16-26, women


5. Isa. 5:1-7 is a song in which Israel is likened to what kind of garden? A vineyard (grapes)


6. What harvest did God expect from His garden Israel and Judah? 5:7, justice and righteousness


7. What vision of God did Isaiah have that resulted in his commitment to serve God as a prophet? 6:1-13, God in His temple…


8. In Isaiah’s vision what six-winged angels appeared, and what did they sing? 6:2-3, seraphim, “holy, holy, holy”


9. What did the angels do with their six wings? 6:2, two covered face, two covered feet, and with two they flew


10. Upon seeing God’s majesty and perfection, what was Isaiah’s response? 6:5, “ woe is me…”


11. In Isaiah’s vision, what provision did God send to cleanse his sin? 6:6, seraphim with a burning coal on his lips


12. When God asked whom He could send as a messenger to His people, what did Isaiah say? 6:8, “Here I am. Send me.”


13. Isaiah started sixty years of preaching knowing what about how the people would respond? 6:9-10, they would reject


14. Isaiah was told to preach to Israel until what happened? 6:11, cities destroyed and emptied, people exiled


15. What hope was given at the very end of Isaiah’s vision? 6:13, remnant like a stump, a holy seed that would grow again


16. Isaiah’s prophecy about a “virgin” conceiving was given as a sign for which king of Judah that Israel and Aram would not succeed in their invasion of Judah? 7:10, King Ahaz


17. Isaiah’s first son was named Maher-shalal-hash-baz, meaning “swift to plunder, quick to spoil”, and was a message to Damascus and Samaria that which nation would soon conquer them? 8:4, Assyria


18. Many of Isaiah’s predictions applied not only to Judah’s immediate situation, but also to what long-range events? Messiah and the final judgment of the world


19. What royal titles are given to the Messiah in Isa. 9:6? Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace


20. After God used Assyria to punish Israel, what did Isaiah predict would happen to Assyria? 10:5-19, defeated and destroyed


21. When Isaiah talked about the remnant of Israel, the stump of the tree that was cut down, and the Branch that would grow and bear fruit (11:1), to whom was he referring? Messiah


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