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Exodus 1-34

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[Q]EX 1:1-4 - Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah; Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin; Dan and Naphtali; Gad and Asher were the sons of Israel who went to Egypt with their father. Who was their father? A} Joseph B} Jacob C} Joshua D} Jimmy Stewart [A]B

[Q] EX 1:5 - The descendants of Jacob numbered how many? A} 7 B} 7000 C} 70 D} 17 [A]C

[Q] Ex 1:6-7 - Joseph and all his brothers and all that generation had died, but the Israelites were fruitful and multiplied how? A} a little B} not at all C} in order D} greatly [A]D

[Q] EX 1:8-9 - A new king came to power who did not know about Joseph, "Look" he said to his people, " the Israelites have become much too what for us? A} numerous B} strong C} pretty D} weak [A]A

[Q] Ex 1:11 - The king's people put slave masters over the Israelites to oppress them with forced labor, and they built

what two cities as store cities for Pharoaoh? A} Enon and Springfield B} Pithom and Rameses C} Valdosta and Albany D} Sodom and Gomorrah [A]B

[Q] Ex 1:12 - But the more the Israelites were oppressed the more they multiplied and spread; so the Egyptians came to

what the Israelites? A} love them B} like them C} hug them D} dread them [A]D

[Q] Ex 1:14 - The Egyptians made their lives bitter with hard labor in __________ and __________ and with all kinds of

work in the fields; in all their hard labor the Egyptians used them ruthlessly. A} digging and planting B} cutting and sawing C} brick and mortar D} cooking and cleaning [A]C

[Q] Ex 1: 15- The king of Egypt said to the Hebrew midwives, whose names were __________ and _______________? A} Shiphrah and Puah B} Mary and Martha C} Ruth nad Naomi D} Hagar and Ishmael [A]A

[Q] ex 1: 16 - "When you help the Hebrew women in childbirth and observe them on the delivery stool, if it is a boy

___________ him, but if it is a girl, let her live. A} harm B} clean C} kiss D} kill [A]D

[Q] Ex 1:17 - The midwives, however __________ God and did not do what the king of Egypt had told them to do; they let

the boys live. A} loved B} feared C} worshipped D} hid [A]B

[Q] Ex 1:18 - Then the king of Egypt summoned the midwives and asked them what? A} " Why have you done this? Why have you let the boys live?" B} "where have you been?" C} "where are the baby girls?" D} " What time is it?" [A]A

[Q] Ex 1:19 - The midwives answered Pharaoh, " Hebrew women are not like Egyptian women ; they are ___________ And give birth before the midwives arrive?" A} lazy B} quick C} vigorous D} fast [A]C

[Q] Ex 1: 20- So God was _________ to the midwives and the people increased and became even more numerous. A} loving B} mean C} cheerful D} kind [A]D

[Q] Ex 1:21 Because the midwives feared God, he gave them what of their own? A} food B} families of their own C} clothes D} homes of their own [A]B

[Q} Ex 1:22- Then Pharaoh gave this order to all his people " Every boy that is born you must throw into the _________, But let every girl live." A} Nile river B} stream C} lake D} ocean [A]A

[Q] EX 2:1- Now a man from the house of who married a Levite woman? A} Midian B} Lot C} Shiphrah D} Levi [A]D

[Q] Ex 2:2- She became pregnant and gave birth to a son. When she saw that he was a fine child, she hid him for how many months? A} 21 B} 3 C} 2 D} 7 [A]B

[Q] Ex 2:3- But when she could hid him no longer, she got a papyrus basket for him and coated it with __________ and ________.

Then she placed the child in it and put it among the reeds along the bank of the Nile. A} brick and mortar B} diapers and wipes C} tar and pitch D} milk and money [A]C

[Q] Ex 2:4- His who stood at a distance to see what would happen to him? A} sister B} mother C} nurse D} grandmother [A]A

[Q] Ex 2:5- Then who went down to the Nile to bathe, and her attendents were walking along the river bank. She saw the basket among the reeds and sent her slave girl to get it? A} Miriam B} a Hebrew woman C} Pharaoh's daughter D} Strawberry shortcake [A]C

[Q] Ex 2:6- She opened it and saw the baby. He was crying and she felt sorry for him. " this is one of the __________ babies" she said. A} Hebrew B} Egyptian C} Levite D} American [A]A

[Q] Ex 2:7- Then who asked the Pharaoh's daughter, " Shall I go and get one of the Hebrew woman to nurse the baby for you?" A} his mother B} his sister C} his father D} his cousin [A] B

[Q] Ex 2:8- "Yes go," she answered. And she went and got the baby's _________? A} mother B} sister C} aunt D} grandmother [A]A

[Q] Ex 2:10- When the child grew older, she took him to Pharaoh's daughter and he became her son. She named him________,

saying " I drew him out of the water." A} Isaac B} Puah C} Lot D} Moses [A]D

[Q] Ex 2:11- One day, after Moses had grwon up, he went out to where his own people were and watched them at their hard labor. He saw an Egyptian __________ a Hebrew, one of his owm people. A} hugging B} laughing C} beating D} making fun of [A]C

[Q] Ex 2:12- Glancing this way and that and seeing no one, he killed the Egyptian and hid him in the __________? A} dirt B} sand C} mud D} bushes [A]B

[Q] Ex 2:13- The next day he went out and saw ________ Hebrews fighting. He asked the one in the wrong, " Why are you hitting your fellow Hebrew?" A} five B} two C} three D} six [A]B

[Q] Ex 2:14- The man said "Who made you _______ and ___________ over us? Are you thinking of killing me as you killed the Egyptian?" Then Moses was afraid and thought, " What I did must have become known." A} boss and judge B} master and ruler C} owner and keeeper D} ruler and judge [A]D

[Q] Ex 2:15- When Pharaoh heard of this, he tried to kill Moses, but Moses fled from Pharaoh and went to live where? A} Paddan B} Shinar C} Midian D} Disney World [A]C

[Q] Ex 2:16- Now a priest of Midian had ____________ daughters, and they came to draw water and fill the troughs to water their father's flock. A} seventeen B} six C} seven D} nine [A]C

[Q] Ex 2:17-18- Some shepherds came and drove them away, But Moses got up and came to their rescue and watered the flock. When the gilrs returned to their father, he asked them, "Why have you returned so early today?"

What was their father's name? A} Reuel B} Zipporah C} Gershom D} Grant [A]A

[Q] Ex 2:19- They answered, " An ____________ rescued us from the shepherds. He even drew water for us and watered the flock." A} Hittite B} Israelite C} Jebusite D} Egyptian [A]D

[Q] Ex 2:20-21- " And where is he?" he asked his daughters. " why did you leave him? Invite him to have something to eat." Moses agrees to stay with the man, who gave his daughter________________ to Moses in marriage. A} Leah B} Zipporah C} Rachel D} Megan [A]B

[Q] Ex 2:22- Zipporah gave birth to a son, and Moses named him ___________,saying, " I have become an alien in a foreign land." A} Aaron B} Uzziel C} Gershom D} Reuben [A]C

[Q] Ex 2:24-25- God heard their groaning and he remembered his ___________ with Abraham, with Issac and with Jacob. So God looked on the Israelites and was concerned about them. A} contract B} deal C} arguement D} covenant [A]D

[Q] Ex 3:1 - Now Moses was tending the flock of Jethro is father-in-law, the priest of Midan, and he led the flock to the far side of the desert and came to ____________ , the mountain of God. A} Everest B} Selma C} Sinai D} Horeb [A]D

[Q] Ex 3:2- There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in ______________ from within a bush..... A} flames of fire B} a dust cloud C} a bubble D} a rain storm [A]A

[Q] Ex 3:3 - So Moses thought, " I will go over and see this strange sight-- why the bush does not what?" A} go up B} light up C} burn up D} blow up [A]C

[Q] Ex 3:4- When the Lord saw that he had gone over to look, God called to him from within the bush, "Moses, Moses!" And Moses said, what? A} "Don't bother me" B} "Here I am" C} "I am scared" D} "Who is it" [A]B

[Q] Ex 3:5-" Do not come any closer," God Said " Take off your__________ , for the place where you are standing is holy ground." A} shoes B} slippers C} sandals D} socks [A}C

[Q] Ex 3:6- Then he said " I am the God of your father________, the God of __________ and the God of _________." At this, Moses hid his face, because he was afraid to look at God. A} Abraham, Lot, and Aaron B} Aaron, Isaiah, and Adam C} Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob D} Abraham, Isaac, and Jethro [A}C

[Q] Ex 3:7 - The Lord said, " I have indeed seen the _________ of my people in Egypt. I have heard then crying out because of their slave drivers, and I am concerned about their suffering. A} happiness B} sadness C} misery D} sickness [A]C

[Q] Ex 3:8-" So I have come down to rescue them from the hand of the Egyptians and to bring them up out of that land into a good and spacious land, a land flowing with __________ & ___________".......... A} water and food B} milk and ceral C} honey and sugar D} milk and honey [A]D

[Q] Ex 3:9 "And now the ________ of the Israleites has reached me, and I have seen the Egyptians are oppressing them." A} cry B} prayer C} song D} plea [A]A

[Q] Ex 3: 10-" So now go. I am sending __________ to Pharaoh to bring my people the Israelites out of Egypt" A} Aaron B} you C} Lot D} Abraham [A]B

[Q] Ex 3:11- But________ said to God, " Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?" A} Moses B} Aaron C} Lot D} Jethro [A]A

[Q] Ex 3: 12- And God Said, " I will be with you . And this will be the __________ to you that it is I who have sent you"....... A} covenant B} sign C} promise D} prayer [A]B

[Q] Ex 3:13-14 - Moses said to God, " Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them , 'The God of your fathers has sent me to you,' and the ask me, 'What is his name?' Then what shall I tell them? God said to Moses," I am who I am. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: __ _________ has sent me to you.' " A} Pharaoh B} YOU ARE C} HE IS D} I AM [A]D

[Q] Ex 3: 15- ...." This is my name forever, the name by which I am to be remembered from __________ to ______________ A} decade to decade B} time to time C} generation to generation D} family to family [A]C

[Q] Ex 3:16- " Go assemble the elders of Israel and say to them, ' The Lord, the God of your fathers, the God of Abraham,Issac, and Jacob, appeared to me and said: I have watched over you and have seen what has been done to you in _____________ A} Egypt B} Moab C} Canaan D} Melbourne [A]A

[Q] Ex 3:17- ' And I have promised to bring you up out of your misery in Egypt into the land of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amoorites, Perizzites, Hivites, ____________ - a land flowing with milk and honey.' A} Korahites B} Jebusites C} Midianites D} Israelites [A]B

[Q] Ex 3:18 " The elders of Israel will listen to you. Then you and the elders are to go to the king of Egypt and say to him, ' The Lord, the God of the ___________, has met with us.'............ A} Moses B} Jebusites C} Egyptians D} Hebrews [A]D

[Q] Ex 3:19-20- " But I know that the king of Egypt will not let you go unless a mighty hand comples him. So I will _________ out my hand and strike the Egyptians with all the wonders that I will perform among them. After that , he will let you go." A} reach B} stretch C} extend D} throw [A]B

[Q] Ex 3: 21-" And I will make the Egyptians favorably disposed toward this people, so that when you leave you will not go_____________." A} tired B} hungry C} emptyhanded D} thirsty [A]C

[Q] Ex 3:22- " Every woman is to ask her neighbor and any woman living in her house for articles of ________ and __________ and for clothing, which you will put on your sons and daughters. And so you will plunder the Egyptians." A} Silver and gold B} copper and silver C} gold and perfume D} rings and bracelets [A]A

[Q] Ex 4:3 - What did Moses' staff turn into when he threw it on the ground? A} a hedgehog B} a flame C} a scarab D} a snake [A]D

[Q] Ex 4:1-9 - Which was NOT one of the miracles God allowed Moses to perform to attest to His divine mission? A} a leprous hand B} a staff that turned into a snake C} healing of the sick D} turning water into blood [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:6,7 - What part of Moses became leprous then normal again? A} his hand B} his foot C} his pinky D} his face [A]A

[Q] Ex 4:9 - The Lord told Moses, "But if they do not believe these two signs or listen to you, take some water from the _______ and pour it on the dry ground." A} stream B} Nile River C} Jordan River D} Red Sea [A]B

[Q] Ex 4:10 - What did Moses give as his reason for not wanting to be the spokesman? A} "My temper will get the best of me." B} "I don't want the responsibility." C} "I am slow of speech and tongue." D} "I have lots of bad hair days." [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:13,14 - What was the Lord's reaction when Moses told Him, "O Lord, please send someone else to do it." A} the Lord had compassion on Moses B} the Lord sent somone else C} the Lord became angry D} the Lord sent Moses following months of preparation [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:14-16 - Whom did God send with Moses to talk to Pharaoh? A} Aaron B} Nathan C} Hiram D} his mother [A]A

[Q] Ex 4:17 - With this in hand, Moses was able to perform miraculous signs. A} a prayer cloth B} staff C} a rock D} a remnant from his cloak [A]B

[Q] Ex 4:18 - Moses went to this person and said, "Let me go back to my own people in Egypt to see if any of them are still alive." A} his wife, Zipporah B} his father-in-law, Jethro C} his friends D} the govenor of Midian [A]B

[Q] Ex 4:19 - Moses was instructed by the Lord to go back to Egypt because all the men who wanted to kill him are: A} living elsewhere B} under new laws that do not permit murder C} dead D} under military service [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:20 - Whom did Moses put on a donkey when he started back to Egypt? A} his wife and daughters B} his wife and sons C} his father-in-law D} his wife and nephew [A]B

[Q] Ex 4:20 - What did Moses have in his hand when he started back to Egypt? A} a sceptor B} his trusty map C} the staff of God D} the promises of God [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:21 - What did the Lord instruct Moses to do when he returned to Egypt? A} perform the wonders before Pharaoh B} make amends for his past actions C} obtain Egyptian citizenship D} spy the land and conditions of the Israelites [A]A

[Q] Ex 4:21 - What did the Lord harden in Pharaoh? A} his mind B} his heart C} his soul D} his spirit [A]B

[Q] Ex 4:22 - What did the Lord refer to Israel as? A} My forgiven people B} My chosen race C} My firstborn son D} My beloved [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:24 - Where did the Lord meet Moses while in route to Egypt? A} at a burning bush B} at the site of the future tabernacle C} on Mount Sinai D} at a lodging place [A]D

[Q] Ex 4:24 - When the Lord met Moses while in route to Egypt, He was going to _______. A} provide food and shelter for him B} give him further instructions C} kill him D} encourage him [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:25 - What did Zipporah do with her son's foreskin that she had cut off? A} offered it alongside incense B} offered it as a holy sacrifice C} disposed of it D} touched Moses' feet with it [A]D

[Q] Ex 4:26 - The"bridegroom of blood" refers to what? A} circumcision B} the coming of the Messiah C} an impending war with the Amalekites D} foreshadowing of Christ's ultimate sacrifice [A]A

[Q] Ex 4:27 - What did Aaron do to Moses when he met him at the mountain of God? A} wept bitterly B} told Moses of his misgivings of being a spokesperson C} kissed him D} trembled at the thought of their awesome mission [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:29 - Whom did Moses and Aaron bring together? A} the Israelites B} a makeshift Israeli army C} Pharaoh's subjects D} the elders of the Israelites [A]D

[Q] Ex 4:30,31 - What happened when Aaron performed signs before the people? A} they trembled in fear B} they were awestruck C} they believed D} they tried to duplicate them [A]C

[Q] Ex 4:31 - What did the people do when they heard that the Lord was concerned about them and had seen their misery? A} they were in disbelief B} they bowed down and worshiped C} they did a group high-five D} they offered immediate sacrifices [A]B

[Q] Ex 5:1 - What did Moses and Aaron tell Pharaoh regarding the Israelites? A} give them less work B} give them more food C} supply them with Gatorade D} let them go so that they may hold a festival to God in the desert [A]D

[Q] Ex 5:1 - Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh and said, "This is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: 'Let My people go, so that they may ____________.'" A} eat and be refreshed B} proclaim the Lord's glory to the Egyptians C} hold a festival to Me in the desert D} enjoy a day of justified rest [A]C

[Q] Ex 5:2 - Pharaoh said he would not let Israel go and that he did not know ____________. A} the protocol regarding releasing slaves B} the Lord C} the route that the Israelites would take in the desert D} the Israelites' manner of worship [A]B

[Q] Ex 5:3 - What were Moses and Aaron fearful of if the Israelites did not take a three-day journey into the desert to offer sacrifices? A} that the Lord would not bless them B} that the Lord would strike them with plagues C} that the Lord would strike them with the sword D} both B and C [A]D

[Q] Ex 5:5 - Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, was upset because the people of the land stopped _______. A} praying B} working C} eating D} talking [A]B

[Q] Ex 5:6 - Who were the people in charge of the Israelites? A} slave drivers B} foremen C} task bearers D} both A and B [A]D

[Q] Ex 5:7 - What item did Pharoah take away from the Israelites in response to Moses' and Aaron's earlier request to let their people go? A} bricks B} food C} straw D} water [A]C

[Q] Ex 5:7 - The people were to gather their own _______. A} food B} water C} straw D} bricks [A]C

[Q] Ex 5:8 - Because the people were crying out, "Let us go and sacrifice to our God," Pharaoh accused them of being _______. A} lazy B} ungrateful C} distracted D} overzealous [A]A

[Q] Ex 5:9 - Pharaoh demanded that the work be harder for the men so that they keep working and pay no attention to _______. A} themselves B} their God C} lies D} their wants [A]C

[Q] Ex 5:11 - The people's work would not be reduced ____________. A} by breaks B} by sickness C} by much D} at all [A]D

[Q] Ex 5:12 - Where did the people scatter to gather stubble to use for straw? A} all over Egypt B} near the Red Sea C} in the fields D} on the threshing floor [A]A

[Q] Ex 5:14 - The Israelite foremen were appointed by whom? A} Pharaoh B} the Egyptian government C} Pharaoh's slave drivers D} the people [A]C

[Q] Ex 5:14 - What happened to the slave drivers when the quota of bricks was not met? A} they were beaten B} they were killed C} they were fired D} they had to join in on the manual labor [A]A

[Q] Ex 5:15,16 - The Israelite foremen appealed to Pharaoh saying, "...the fault is with ____________." A} the drought B} the lazyness of the people C} lack of workers D} your own people [A]D

[Q] Ex 5:19 - The Israelite foremen realized they were ____________ when they were told, "You are not to reduce the number of bricks required of you for each day." A} in trouble B} dead meat C} under jurisdiction D} accountable [A]A

[Q] Ex 5:20 - What did the foremen tell Moses and Aaron? A} "May the Lord look upon you and bless you!..." B} "May the Lord look upon you and forgive you!..." C} "May the Lord look upon you and judge you!..." D} "May the Lord look upon you and praise you!..." [A]C

[Q] Ex 5:21 - The Israelite foremen told Moses and Aaron, "...You have made us a stench to Pharaoh and his officials and have put ____________." A} a sword in their hands to kill us B} emnity between them and us C} us in jeopardy D} a whip in their hands to beat us [A]A

[Q] Ex 5:23 - What did Moses accuse the Lord of? A} of not encouraging your people at all B} of not rescuing your people at all C} of not blessing your people at all D} of not listening to your people at all [A]B

[Q] Ex 6:1 - Then the LORD said to Moses, "Now you will see what I will do to Pharaoh: Because of My ____________ he will let them go...." A} instructions B} influence C} mighty hand D} presence [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:1 - Then the LORD said to Moses, "Now you will see what I will do to Pharaoh: ...he will ____________." A} be driven out of his mind B} drive them out of his country C} start to give them bricks D} give in to My demands [A]B

[Q] Ex 6:2,3 - God also said to Moses, "I am the LORD. I appeared to ____________ as God Almighty..." A} Abraham B} Isaac C} Jacob D} all of the above [A]D

[Q] Ex 6:2,3 - God also said to Moses, "I am the LORD...but by my name the LORD I ____________" A} kept hidden from them B} revealed to them C} did not make myself known to them D} altered my identity in various forms [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:4 - The Lord established His covenant with the Israelites to give them the land of Canaan, where they lived as ______. A} aliens B} visitors C} slaves D} nomads [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:5 - What did the Lord hear from the Israelites? A} praise B} groaning C} criticism D} sighs [A]B

[Q] Ex 6:5 - What did the Lord remember? A} the staff B} the forefathers' obedience C} His plan D} His covenant [A]D

[Q] Ex 6:6 - What would the Lord redeem the Israelites with? A} His promises B} an outstretched arm C} mighty acts of judgment D} B and C [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:7 - What will the Lord take the Israelites as? A} His own people B} His own slaves C} His own remnant D} His redeemed [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:8 - What would the Lord bring the Israelites? A} misery B} freedom C} the land D} A and B [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:8 - What did the Lord swear by? A} the forefathers' righteousness B} the Dead Sea scrolls C} with uplifted hand D} His glory [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:8 - To whom will the land be given? A} Jacob and Rachel B} Jacob and Leah C} Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob D} Jacob and Esau [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:9 - Moses reported all that the Lord had to say to the Israelites, but they did not listen because of ____________. A} their own hard-heartedness B} their discouragment C} their cruel bondage D} B and C [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:12 - But Moses said to the Lord, "...I speak with ____________." A} faltering lips B} a speech impediment C} fear D} boldness [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:13 - What did the Lord command of Moses and Aaron? A} to have faith B} to have boldness C} to bring the Israelites out of Egypt D} to bring Pharaoh to his knees [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:14 - The sons of Reuben were referred to as whom? A} the firstborn son of the forefathers B} the firstborn son of Israel C} the secondborn son of Eve D} the son of a wicked and preverse woman [A]B

[Q] Ex 6:15 - Shaul was the son of what kind of woman? A} Canaanite B} Egyptian C} Mesopotamian D} Midian [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:16 - How many years did Levi live? A} 175 years B} 137 years C} 133 years D} 120 years [A]B

[Q] Ex 6:17 - Who were the sons of Gershon? A} Libni and Shimei B} Mahli and Mushi C} Liable and Slander D} Putiel and Phinehas [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:18 - How many years did Kohath live? A} 137 years B} 185 years C} 133 years D} 129 years [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:20 - Who were the sons of Merari? A} M & M B} Libni and Shimei C} Mahli and Mushi D} Putiel and Phinehas [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:20 - Who were Moses' parents? A} Amram and Jochebed B} Amram and Miriam C} Nadab and Jochebed D} Nadab and Hannah [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:20 - How many years did Amram live? A} 133 years B} 188 years C} 137 years D} 128 years [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:23 - Whom did Aaron marry? A} Elkana B} Elaina C} Elizabeth D} Elisheba [A]D

[Q] Ex 6:23 - Who was the daughter of Amminadab and sister of Nahshon? A} Elkana B} Elisheba C} Elizabeth D} Elaina [A]B

[Q] Ex 6:23 - Who were Aaron's sons? A} Nadab and Amram B} Nadab and Abihu C} Eleazar and Ithamar D} B and C [A]

[Q] Ex 6:25 - Whom did Eleazar marry? A} one of the daughters of Phinehas B} one of the daughters of Phi-phi C} one of the daughters of Putiel D} one of the daughters of Pharaoh [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:26 - The Lord told Moses and Aaron to bring the Israelites out of Egypt by their ____________. A} order of birth B} seniority C} divisions D} foremen [A]C

[Q] Ex 6:28,29 - Now when the LORD spoke to Moses in Egypt, He said to him, "I am the LORD. Tell Pharaoh king of Egypt ____________ I tell you." A} everything B} half of what C} a portion of what D} most of what [A]A

[Q] Ex 6:30 - But Moses said to the LORD, "...why would Pharaoh ____________ me?" A} rebuke B} obey C} trust D} listen to [A]D

[Q] Ex. 7:1 - What did the Lord make Moses like in the eyes of Pharaoh? A} Aaron B} One of Pharaoh's governors C} God D} a child [A]C

[Q] Ex. 7:1 - What did the Lord make Aaron to Moses? A} his brother B} his prophet C} a dear friend D} a wise counselor [A]B

[Q] Ex. 7:2 - What was Aaron to tell Pharaoh? A} repent and serve the Lord B} be a good king C} promote Moses D} let the Israelite's go out of his country [A]D

[Q] Ex. 7:3 - What was God going to do to Pharaoh's heart? A} harden it B} soften it C} make it plyable D} rip it out [A]A

[Q] Ex. 7:5 - What would the Egyptians come to know when God stretched out His hand against Egypt? A} that He was powerful B} that He was angry C} that He is the Lord D} that He was sitting in judgment [A]C

[Q] Ex. 7:7 - How old were Moses and Aaron when they spoke to Pharaoh? A} 75/80 B} 80/83 C} 85/90 D} 100/95 [A]B

[Q] Ex. 7:9 - What object was Aaron to throw down before Pharaoh which would become a snake? A} Aaron's robe B} Moses' scrolls C} Moses' rod D} Aaron's staff [A]D

[Q] Ex. 7:12 - What happened after Pharaoh's magicans threw their staffs down to become snakes? A} blood came out of them B} Aaron's staff swallowed up the magician's staffs C} Pharaoh had a change of heart D} the magician's staffs swallowed up Aaron's staff [A]B

[Q] Ex. 7:13 - What happened to Pharaoh's heart after the demonstration of God's power with Aaron's staff? A} he remove his sandals B} he bowed down and worshiped the Lord C} his heart became hard and he would not listen to them D} he convinced his counselors to listen to Moses [A]C

[Q] Ex. 7:15 - God told Moses to wait by which river bank to speak with Pharaoh? A} Euphrates B} Tigres C} Jordan D} Nile [A]D

[Q] Ex. 7:16 - The message to Pharaoh from God was, "Let my people go so that they may worship me..." where? A} in the wilderness B} in the mountains C} in the desert D} on the great mountain [A]C

[Q] Ex. 7:17 - Moses told Pharaoh that with the staff in his hand, he would strike the water of the Nile and the water would be changed into what? A} blood B} mud C} foul water D} waste [A]A

[Q] Ex. 7:18 - In addition to Nile being turned into blood, what other condition would be noticed about the Nile? A} it would dry up B} it would be clear in some areas C} it would stink D} it would change direction [A]C

[Q] Ex. 7:19 - Not only would the Nile river turn to blood, but blood would be found in what kind of containers? A} glass bottles B} leather pouches C} stone jars D} wooden buckets and stone jars [A]D

[Q] Ex. 7:24 - Where did the Egyptians dig to get drinking water since they could not drink the water from the Nile river? A} in their backyards B} along the Nile river C} in Cairo, Egypt at the Pyramids D} in the rain-soaked bayous [A]B

[Q] Ex. 8:1 - How many days passed after the Lord struck the Nile before Moses spoke to Pharaoh again? A} ten B} six C} three D} seven [A]D

[Q] Ex. 8:2 - What was the second plague Moses delivered to Pharaoh? A} gnats B} frogs C} hail D} famine [A]B

[Q] Ex. 8:3 - Where would the frogs NOT be found in Pharaoh's house if he refused to let the people go to worship God? A} bed of Pharaoh B} kneeding troughs C} swimming pools D} ovens [A]C

[Q] Ex. 8:7 - Who was able to copy the miracle of the frogs coming on the land after Aaron stretched his hand over the waters of Egypt? A} Pharaoh's officials B} Pharaoh's magicians C} Pharaoh's oldest son Ramses D} Pharaoh's father [A]B

[Q] Ex. 8:9 - Who was to set the time for Moses to pray to God for the frogs to leave the houses of the people of Egypt? A} Moses B} Aaron C} Pharaoh D} God [A]C

[Q] Ex. 8:9 - Moses told Pharaoh that the frogs would leave the people's houses but remain where? A} in the Nile B} in the sisterns C} in the fields D} in the desert [A]A

[Q] Ex. 8:12-13 - After Moses cried out to God to rid the land of the frogs, what happened to them? A} they disappeared B} they migrated eastward C} they scattered into neighboring countries D} they died in the houses, in the courtyards, and in the fields [A]D

[Q] Ex. 8:14 - How were the dead frogs collected? A} burned B} piled into heaps C} shoveled into wagons D} thrown into the rivers [A]B

[Q] Ex. 8:15 - What did Pharaoh see that caused his heart to harden? A} people returning to normal activities B} rain C} the sun shining D} there was relief [A]D

[Q] Ex. 8:16 - What would happen when Aaron struck the dust of the ground? A} there would be a dustbowl B} there would be a cyclone C} the dust would become gnats D} sinkholes would appear [A]C

[Q] Ex. 8:17 - Gnats came upon whom? A} men B} animals C} Egyptian children D} men and animals [A]D

[Q] Ex. 8:19 - After the magicians could not duplicate the miracle of the plague of gnats, what did they describe this as? A} the hand of God B} the finger of God C} a miracle of the gods D} a curse from an unknown god [A]B

[Q] Ex. 8:21 - What was the fourth plague? A} severe pestilence B} darkness C} hail D} swarms of flies [A]D

[Q] Ex. 8:22-23 - The fourth plague was the plague where God made what distinction between the people of Egypt and God's people in the land of Goshen? A} plague would last longer for the Egytians B} plague would only be in the land of Egypt, not in the land of Goshen C} plague would only be in the land of Goshen D} plague would only affect the firstborn [A]B

[Q] Ex. 8:24 - How was the land of Egypt affected by the swarms of flies? A} killed plants only B} killed animals only C} made the land stink D} the land was ruined [A]D

[Q] Ex. 8:25 - Where did Pharaoh first give permission for the people to worship and sacrifice to God? A} in the land of Goshen B} in the desert C} in the land of Egypt D} at Mt. Sinai [A]C

[Q] Ex. 8:27 - Where did Moses want to take the people to worship and sacrifice to God? A} to Mt. Nebo B} a three-day journey in the desert C} to the land of Canaan D} beyond the Jordan River [A]B

[Q] Ex.8:28 - What did Pharaoh ask Moses to do for him after giving Moses permission to take the people into the desert to worship and sacrifice to God? A} help him keep order with the people B} bless him C} pay him a sum of money D} pray for him [A]A

[Q] Ex. 9:1-3 - What was the fifth plague the Lord brought on Pharaoh for not allowing the people to worship? A} earthquakes B} plague on livestock C} plague of locusts D} death of the firstborn [A]B

[Q] Ex. 9:8-9 - What was the sixth plague the Lord brought on Pharaoh for not allowing the people to worship? A} earthquakes B} plague on livestock C} plague of locusts D} plague of boils [A]D

[Q] Ex. 9:8-9 - How was Moses to introduce the sixth plague to Pharaoh? A} by tossing handfulls of soot into the air from a furnace in Pharaoh's presence B} by praying in the presence of Pharaoh C} by writing a decree and having Aaron read it to Pharaoh D} without any warning [A]A

[Q] Ex. 9:9 - What would the soot become that Moses was to toss in the air? A} mud B} a foam C} fine dust over the whole land of Egypt D} a mist [A]C

[Q] Ex. 9:11 - Who could not stand before Moses because of the boils that were on them and all the Egyptians? A} Pharaoh's officials B} the Egyptians C} Pharaoh's generals D} the magicians [A]D

[Q] Ex. 9:18 - What was the seventh plague the Lord brought on Pharaoh for not allowing the people to worship? A} plague of hail B} plague on livestock C} plague of darkness D} plague of boils [A]A

[Q] Ex. 9:19 - What order did God instruct Pharaoh to give to spare his livestock from the hail? A} leave the country B} cross the Nile river C} bring the livestock to a place of shelter D} move them to higher ground [A]D

[Q] Ex. 9:22 - What was Moses instructed to do to begin the hailstorm? A} stretch out his staff toward the sky B} stretch out his hand toward the sky C} stretch out his body on the ground D} stretch out his hand toward the horizon [A]B

[Q] Ex. 9:25 - What happened to the trees in Egypt during the plague of hail? A} the trees fell B} the trees washed away C} the tree branches broke off D} the trees were stripped [A]D

[Q] Ex. 9:27 - What did Pharaoh admit to after the hail fell? A} that he had sinned B} that he misunderstood God C} that he misunderstood Moses D} that his advisors had sinned [A]A

[Q] Ex. 9:30 - Although Moses agreed to pray to God for the hail to stop, what did he know about Pharaoh and his officials? A} that they were sincere B} that they were afraid C} that they still did not fear the Lord God D} that some were changing their minds [A]C

[Q] Ex. 9:31 - What crops were destroyed in the field during the hail storm? A} wheat and chaff B} barley and rye C} wheat and spelt D} flax and barley [A]D

[Q] Ex. 9:32 - What crops were destroyed in the field during the hail storm? A} wheat and spelt B} flax and barley C} wheat and chaff D} corn and soybeans [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:1 - Whose heart(s) did the Lord harden? A} Pharaoh's B} Pharaoh's officials' C} the Egyptians' D} both A and B [A]D

[Q] Ex 10:2 - The Lord wanted Moses to tell his ____________ how He dealt harshly with the Egyptians. A} people and successors B} children and grandchildren C} foremen and slave drivers D} neighbors and enemies [A]B

[Q] Ex 10:2 - The Lord performed signs among the Egyptians so that they may know that He is ____________. A} serious about letting His people go B} in control C} mighty in His display of wrath and anger D} the Lord [A]D

[Q] Ex 10:3 - The Lord is the God of whom? A} the Hebrews B} the Egyptians C} the Israelites D} both B and C [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:3 - So Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh and said to him, "This is what the LORD ... says: 'How long will you ____________?" A} refuse to listen to Me B} refuse to humble yourself before Me C} ignore the sins of your people D} be stubborn [A]B

[Q] Ex 10:3 - The Lord wanted Pharaoh to let His people go so that they could ____________. A} live in peace B} live in freedom C} rule the land D} worship Him [A]D

[Q] Ex 10:5 - Locusts will cover the face of the ground so that it cannot ____________. A} be seen B} be fertile C} drain properly D} be inhabited [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:5 - The locusts will devour what little was left after the what? A} hail B} the Great Flood C} recent drought D} frogs [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:5 - The locusts will devour what little was left ... including what? A} every plant that is growing in the fields B} every tree that is growing in the fields C} every flower that is growing in the fields D} every crop that is growing in the fields [A]B 

[Q] Ex 10:6 - The magnitude and verocity of locusts was something that neither whom had seen? A} fathers nor the forefathers B} generations upon generations C} the magicians and sorcerers D} Pharaoh and his officials [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:7 - Pharaoh's officials asked him how long Moses was going to be a ______ to them. A} magician B} prophet C} snare D} leader [A]C 

[Q] Ex 10:7 - Pharaoh's officials requested that Pharaoh do what to the people? A} beat them unmercifully B} let them go C} enslave them for seven more years D} execute them [A]B 

[Q] Ex 10:7 - Pharaoh's officials told Pharaoh that Egypt is ______. A} ruined B} a world power C} in a cursed state D} mighty in military strength [A]A 

[Q] Ex 10:8 - Moses and Aaron were brought back to Pharaoh. He told Moses and Aaron to ____________. A} cease the plagues B} prepare their people for greater hardship C} obtain Egyptian citizenship D} worship the Lord your God [A]D 

[Q] Ex 10:9 - Whom did Moses tell Pharaoh would go with him? A} young and old B} sons and daughters C} our young and old, sons and daughters, and flocks and herds D} flocks and herds [A]C

[Q] Ex 10:9 - Moses and the rest of the Israelites wanted to go so that they could ____________. A} offer sacrifices to the Lord B} attempt to convert the Egyptians to the true God C} celebrate a festival to the Lord D} enjoy a season of renewal [A]C

[Q] Ex 10:10 - Whom was Pharaoh going to allow to go with Moses? A} men and women B} women and children C} men, women, and children D} men and the herds [A]B 

[Q] Ex 10:10 - What did Pharaoh say that Moses was bent on? A} deceit B} mockery C} foolishness D} evil [A]D

[Q] Ex 10:11 - Whom did Pharaoh eventially decide that was to go with Moses? A} women B} men C} children D} herds [A]B

[Q] Ex 10:13 - What brought the locusts of the eighth plague? A} a north wind B} a west wind C} El Nino D} an east wind [A]D

[Q] Ex 10:13 - How long did the wind blow across the land? A} all that day and night B} for 40 days C} for three days D} for seven days [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:14 - When had there been such a plague of locusts? A} two years prior B} following the expulsion of Adam and Eve C} never before D} prior to the Great Flood [A]C

[Q] Ex 10:15 - The locusts covered all the ground until it was ____________. A} black B} barren C} creating an awful stench D} mating season [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:16 - After Pharaoh quickly summoned Moses and Aaron, he said, "I have ____________ against the Lord your God and against you." A} sinned B} cheated C} lied D} acted deceitfuly [A]A 

[Q] Ex 10:17 - What did Pharaoh ask for? A} wisdom B} forgiveness C} his advisors D} additional time to make a decision [A]B 

[Q] Ex 10:19 - What did the Lord change? A} the wind B} His mind C} Pharaoh's heart D} the time [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:22 - After eight plagues, it seems that the little light in Pharaoh's head might just click, but apparently, it didn't. What was the ninth plague? A} a meteor that blocked all text messaging B} intense hot weather C} darkness D} intense cold weather [A]C 

[Q] Ex 10:22 - Obviously at the end of the ninth plague, Pharaoh still wasn't getting the picture...probably because it was too dark. How long did the darkness of the ninth plague last? A} 3 days B} 7 days C} until the misplaced Sylvania bulbs could be found D} 1 day [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:24 - Pharaoh allowed Moses to worship the Lord and leave whom/what behind? A} the elderly B} men C} flocks and herds D} women and children [A]C

[Q] Ex 10:25 - What did Moses tell Pharaoh that they were going to present to the Lord? A} sacrifices and burnt offerings B} praise C} myrh, gold, and frankencense D} themselves [A]A

[Q] Ex 10:26 - Moses told Pharaoh that he and the Israelites did not know what they were to use to worship the Lord until ____________. A} they received the Lord's instructions B} they got there C} the conditions of the land had been spied out D} an inventory had been taken [A]B 

[Q] Ex 10:28 - Pharaoh said to Moses, "Get out of my sight! Make sure you do not appear before me again! The day you see my face you will ______." A} regret it B} puke C} die D} join the dark side [A]C

[Q] In Exodus 11 what plague does God bring on the Egyptians? A} Darkness B} Death of firstborn C} Plague of Locusts [A]B

[Q] Ex 11:1 - God said that after Pharaoh let the Israelites go he (Pharaoh) would: A} Harden his heart B} Mourn his son's death C} Drive them out completely [A]C

[Q] Ex 11:2 - Moses was to tell the people to ask their neighbors for: A} Cows and Sheep B} Articles of silver and gold C} Food for their journey [A]B

[Q] Ex 11:3 - The Lord made the Egyptians ____________ toward the people A} Favorably disposed B} Fearful C} Generous [A]A

[Q]Ex 11:3 - states that Moses himself was _____________ A} Strong and courageous in Egypt toward Pharaoh's officials and the people B} Favorably disposed in Egypt toward Pharaoh's officials and the people C} Highly regarded in Egypt by Pharaoh's officials and by the people [A]C

[Q] Ex 11:4 - At what time did God go through Egypt killing the firstborn? A} the ninth hour B} about midnight C} at dawn [A]B

[Q] Ex. 11:5 - God says every first born son in Egypt will die from the first born of ______ to ______ and all _________ A} Pharaoh to firstborn (fb) of the slave girl and all the fb of the cattle as well. B} Pharaoh to fb of the prisoner and all the fb of the livestock as well. C} Pharaoh to fb of the officials and all the fb of the slaves as well [A]A

[Q] Ex 11:6 - States there will be _________ throughout Egypt after the plague. A} Overwhelming sadness B} Overwhelming anger C} Loud wailing [A]C

[Q]Ex 11:7 - States that among the Israelites not a ____ _____ ____ at any man or animal A} Person will wail B} Egyptian will rail C} Dog will bark [A]C

[Q]Ex. 11:6-7 - How will the Egyptians know that the Lord makes a distinction between Egypt and Israel? A} The Egyptians are angered and the Israelites are peaceful B} The Egyptians will be wailing and the Israelites will be silent C} The Egyptians will be fighting and the Israelites will not be harmed [A}B

[Q]Ex. 11:10 - What did the Lord do to Pharaoh after Moses told him about the coming plague of the firstborn? A} Hardened his heart so he wouldn't let the people go B} Softened his heart so he let the people go C} Gave him wisdom so he let the people go [A]A

[Q] Ex 12:2 - The Lord told Moses and Aaron that this month of the Passover is to be for them the ________ month. A} First B} Tenth C} Twelfth D} Fourteenth [A]A

[Q] Ex. 12:3 - What day of the month did God tell the people to take a lamb for his family? A} First B} Tenth C} Twelfth D} Fourteenth [A]B

[Q] Ex. 12:4 - If any household was too small for a whole lamb they must: A} share one with their next of kin B} share one with the community C} share one with their nearest neighbor [A]C

[Q] Ex 12:6 - On what day of the month were the people to slaughter the lambs at twilight? A} First B} Tenth C} Twelfth D} Fourteenth [A]D

[Q] Ex 12:7 - states the people are to put the blood on the sides and tops of the doorframes of the houses where: A} Israelites live B} they eat the lambs C} they are staying [A]B

[Q] Ex. 12:8 - says the people are to eat the meat roasted over fire, along with ___ and ___. A} bitter herbs and bread made without yeast B} bread made without yeast and honey C} bread made without yeast and a small pigeon [A]A

[Q] Ex. 12:11 - How are the Israelites to eat the Passover? A} with your cloak tied around your waist, your sandals on your feet and your staff in your hand. B} with your cloak tucked into your belt, your sandals on your feet, and your staff nearby. C} With your cloak tucked into your belt, your sandals on your feet and your staff in your hand. [A]C

[Q] Ex. 12:12 - God states he will pass through Egypt and strike down every firstborn-both _______ and _______. A} men and women B} men and animals C} Egyptian and Israelite [A]B

[Q] Ex. 12:12 - God states that the plague on the firstborn will bring judgment on _______. A} the Egyptians B} all the gods of Egypt C} the world [A]B

[Q] Ex. 12:15 - How many days were the Israelites instructed to eat bread without yeast to observe the destructive plague not touching them? A} 30 days B} 7 days C} 3 days [A]B

[Q] Ex. 12:17-20 - -The Israelites were to celebrate the Feast of ________ ______ in the first month, from the evening of the fourteenth day until the evening of the twenty-first day. A} Unleavened Bread B} the Passover C} the Israelites [A]A

[Q] Ex. 12:23 - What did the Lord see that caused the destroyer to not enter the houses and strike the Israelites down? A} Blood on the top of the doorframe B} Blood on the sides of the doorframe C} Blood on the top and sides of the doorframe [A]C

[Q)]Ex 12:29 - At midnight the Lord struck down all the firstborn in Egypt, from the firstborn of ___ to the ___ and ___________ as well. A} Pharaoh to the fb of the slave girl and all the cattle as well B} Pharaoh to the fb of the prisoner, and the fb of all the livestock as well C} Pharaoh to the fb of the officials and all the fb of the slaves as well [A]B

[Q] Ex 12:31 - At what time did Pharaoh summon Moses & Aaron and tell them to leave? A} During the night B} Shortly after midnight C} Midnight [A]A

[Q] Ex. 12:32 - What did Pharaoh ask Moses & Aaron to do for him? A} Leave him B} Pray for him C} Bless him [A]C

[Q] Ex 12:33 - Why did the Egyptians urge the people to hurry and leave the country? A} "For otherwise," they said, "we will all die!" B} "For otherwise," they said, "more plagues will follow." C} "For otherwise," they said, "our country will be destroyed." [A]A

[Q] Ex. 12:34 - States "So the people took their dough before the yeast was added, and carried it on: A} their wagons in kneading troughs wrapped in cloth B} their shoulders in kneading troughs wrapped in clothing. C} their shoulders in kneading troughs wrapped in cloth [A}B

[Q] Ex 12:36 - "The Lord had made the Egyptians favorably disposed toward the people, and they gave them what they asked for, so they ________ the Egyptians." A} thanked B} praised C} plundered [A]C

[Q] Ex 12:37 - "The Israelites journeyed from ____________ to _________." A} Rameses to Caanan B} Rameses to Succoth C} Rameses to Jordan [A]B

[Q] Ex 12:37 - How many men on foot were there, besides women and children? A} 600,000 B} 500,000 C} 100,000 [A]A

[Q] Ex 12:38 - "Many other people went up with them, as well as large droves of livestock, both _______ and ________. A} goats and sheep B} goats and cows C} flocks and herds [A}C

[Q] Ex 12:40 - What was the length of time the Israelite people lived in Egypt? A} 500 years B} 430 years C} 770 years [A]B

[Q] Ex 13:2 - "Consecrate to me every firstborn ______. The first offspring of every womb among the Israelites belongs to me, whether man or animal." A} male B} child C} offspring [A]A

[Q]Ex 13:4 - In what month were the Israelites leaving? A} Agog B} Ahab C} Abib [A]C

[Q]Ex 13:6 - How many days were the Israelites to eat bread without yeast to celebrate? A} 7 B} 30 C} 31 [A]A

[Q]Ex 13:8 - What are the Israelites to tell their sons concerning why they eat the unleavened bread? A} "I do this because of what the Lord did for me during the Passover." B} "I do this because of what the Lord did for me when I came out of Egypt." C} 'I do this because of what the Lord did for me at the Red Sea." [A}B

[Q]Ex 13:9 - "The Lord brought you out of Egypt with _____________." A} his mighty love B} his mighty power C} his mighty hand [A]C

[Q]Ex 13:11-12 - "After the Lord brings you into the land of the Canaanites and gives it to you, ..., you are to give over to the Lord the _____________________." A} firstborn of every woman B} first offspring of every womb. C} first male child born [A]B

[Q]Ex 13:12 - "All the __________ of your livestock belong to the Lord." A} firstborn B} firstborn males C} herds [A]B

[Q]Ex 13:13 - "Redeem with a _______ every firstborn donkey." A} lamb B} pigeon C} goat [A]A

[Q]Ex 13:14-15 - Tell your sons "With a mighty hand the Lord brought us out of Egypt, out of the lad of slavery. When Pharaoh stubbornly refused to let us go, the Lord killed every firstborn in Egypt, both man and animal. This is why I _________ to the Lord the first male offspring of every womb and _________ each of my firstborn sons." A} sacrifice, train B} redeem, redeem C} sacrifice, redeem [A]C

[Q]Ex 13:17 - "When Pharaoh let the people go, God did not lead them on the road through the _________ country, though that was shorter." A} Amakalite B} Philistine C} Canaanite [A]B

[Q]Ex 13:17 - God said if the Israelites face _____ they might change their minds and return to Egypt. A} war B} famine C} drought [A]A

[Q]Ex 13:19 - "Moses took the bones of _______ with him because he had made the sons of Israel swear an oath. He had said, "God will surely come to your aid, and then you must carry my bones up with you from this place." A} Jacob B} Joseph C} Israel [A}B

[Q]Ex. 13:20 - "After leaving ______ they camped at ______ on the edge of the desert." A} Succoth, Etham B} Egypt, Succoth C} Egypt, Etham [A]A

[Q]Ex 13:21 - "By day the Lord went ahead of them in a __________ to guide them on their way and by night in a ______________ to give them light, so that they could travel by day or night." A} pillar of smoke, cloud of fire B} pillar of smoke, pillar of fire C} pillar of cloud, pillar of fire [A]C

[Q] Ex 14:1,2 As the Israelites were fleeing Egypt, the Lord told Moses to tell the Israelites to turn back and encamp where? A} near the road through the Philistine country B} near Pi Hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea C} near Egypt's border D} near Pike's Peak and the front range [A]B

[Q] Ex 14:3,4 God tricked Pharaoh into thinking the Israelites were lost and confused. He also hardened Pharaoh's heart in order to get him to pursue the Israelites. Through Israel's obedience and Pharoah's actions, who would become aware God is Lord? A} the Egyptians B} the Philistines C} the Amelekites D} the Hittites [A]A

[Q] Ex 14:5 What did Pharaoh and his officials say once they realized the Israelites had fled Egypt? A} "Good riddance to bad rubbish" B} "Let the Philistines go after them, save our horses" C} "What have we done?....we've lost their sevices!" D} "Somebody check mapquest and see where the Israelites are going" [A]C

[Q] Ex 14:6-9 As the Israelites boldly walked out of Egypt, Pharaoh had his chariot made ready and how many other of his best chariots along with officers, who overtook the Israelites by the sea near Pi Hahiroth, opposite Baal Zephon. A} 400 B} 600 C} 800 D} 1,000 [A]B

[Q] Ex 14:10-12 What was the attitude of the Israelites once they looked up and saw the Egyptians marching after them? A} courageous B} faithful C} ready to fight D} scared and resentful of Moses [A]D

[Q] Ex 14:13,14 Moses answered the Israelites concerns by encouraging them. Moses said, "Stand firm.....the Lord will fight for you; you need only ________." A} pray diligently B} sing songs of deliverance C} be still D} prepare your weapons [A]C

[Q] Ex 14:15,16 What did the Lord tell Moses to do in order to move the Israelites across the divided sea on dry ground? A} have everyone hold hands and walk carefully B} shout loudly for the waters to part C} strike the waters D} raise his staff and stretch out his hand over the sea [A]D

[Q] Ex 14:17,18 God again says He will harden Pharaoh's heart and all his army. Once more the Egyptians will be shown God is God. What does He say he'll gain through Pharaoh, his chairots and horsemen? A} glory B} power C} land D} weight [A]A

[Q] Ex 14:19,20 What two things, which had been leading the Israelite's out of Egypt, moved and positioned themselves between the Egyptian army and the Israelites? A} the Israelite army and Moses B} the women and children C} the angel of God and the pillar of cloud D} Joseph's bones and the elderly people [A]C

[Q] Ex 14:21,22 Moses stretched his hand out over the sea. All night the Lord used a strong wind to divide the water, drive it back, and dry the land. From which direction did this wind blow? A} North B} South C} East D} West [A]C

[Q] Ex 14:23,24 Pharaoh, all his chariots, and horsemen pursued the Israelites into the sea. As the Lord looked down upon this from the pillar of fire and cloud, what happened to the Egyptians? A} the Lord threw them into confusion B} they got wet C} they caught the Israelites D} they went fishing [A]A

[Q] Ex 14:25,26 Due to the confusion inflicted by the Lord and loss of chariot wheels, what specifically did the Egyptians wish to do to at this point? A} chase them on foot in hopes of a victory B} get away from the Israelites because they realized God was fighting for them C} fix the chariots and continue the chase D} get on the horses and run the Israelites down [A]B

[Q] Ex 14:27-28 Following the Lord's instructions, Moses once more held his hand over the sea in order to make the waters flow back over the entire Egyptian army which had followed the Israelites. How many of them drowned? A} 5,000 B} 10,000 C} 15,000 D} all [A]D

[Q] Ex 14:29,30 The Israelites had crossed the sea on dry ground, with walls of water on their left and right. Having been saved from the Egyptians by God, what did the Israelites see on the shore afterwards? A} the remnant of the Egyptian army waving goodbye B} the remnant of the Egyptian army running back to Egypt C} the dead Egyptians D} the Israelites who didn't make it across [A]C

[Q] Ex 14:31 When the Israelites saw the great power the Lord displayed against the Egyptians, in whom did they put their trust? A} the Lord B} Moses C} the Lord and Moses His servant D} the Lord, Moses and Aaron, His servants

[Q] Ex 15:1-18 After the defeat of Pharaoh and his army, how did Moses and the Israelites praise the Lord? A} danced around a bonfire B} sang a song glorifying God's victory C} built an altar on which to sacrifice D} had a huge feast [A]B

[Q] Ex 15:3 What do the Israelites compare God to as He defeated Pharaoh and his army? A} A protector B} A father C} A warrior D} A guide [A]C

[Q] Ex 15:4,5 What is the name of the body of water in which Pharaoh and his army drowned? A} Mediterranean B} Tigris River C} Sea of Galilee D} Red Sea [A]D

[Q] Ex 15:6,7 What part of the Lord did the Israelites credit with majestic power and the ability to shatter the enemy? A} His feet B} His right hand C} His left hand D} His nose [A]B

[Q] Ex 15:8-10 As the enemy boasted of their success, God simply did what in order to control the waters which destroyed the Egyptians? A} blasted with His nostrils/blew with His breath B} looked at them and winked C} thought about it and frowned D} had a conference with Moses [A]A

[Q] Ex 15:11-13 As the Israelites continued their song of glory to God, they referred to His love for them as what? A} conditional B} periodic C} unfailing D} necessary [A]C

[Q] Ex 15:14,15 This song tells of how four specific peoples will react to God with anguish, terror, trembling, and 'melting away' once they hear of His victory. Name three of the four peoples. A} Samaritans, Edomites, Jebusites B} Philistines, Edomites, Moabites C} Canaanites, Edomites, Egyptians D} Chaldeans, Edomites, Reubenites [A]B

[Q] Ex 15:16,17 These same peoples will be still as stone until the Israelites pass by and make their inherited home where? A} in an orchard B} by a river C} on the mountain D} on a beach [A]C

[Q] Ex 15:18 How long do the Israelites say the Lord will reign? A} until He establishes his kingdom on Earth B} a millineum C} as long as He wants D} for ever and ever [A]D

[Q] Ex 15:19-21 Which prophetess was followed by all the other women when she took tambourine in hand, began dancing, and continued the song of exaltation to God and His victory over Pharaoh? A} Miriam B} Mary C} Rachel D} Sarai [A]A

[Q] Ex 15:22 After Moses led the Israelites from the Red Sea and into the Desert of Shur, they traveled without finding water for how many days? A} 5 B} 3 C} 7 D} 4 [A]B

[Q] Ex 15:23,24 The Israelites finally found water in Marah, but could not drink it and began grumbling to Moses. Why couldn't they drink the water at Marah? A} it was poisonous B} it stunk like sulphur C} it was bitter D} it was dirty [A]C

[Q] Ex 15:25 Moses cried out to the Lord and the Lord showed Moses something which he threw into the water, making it sweet. What did Moses throw into the water? A} a stone B} a rat C} an ax head D} a piece of wood [A]D

[Q] Ex 15:25,26 At this point, the Lord made a decree and law for the Israelites as well as a test. He told them if they'd listen carefully to Him, do what is right in His eyes, pay attention to His commands, and keep all His decrees, then he would not bring down on them something he brought down on the Egyptians. What did He promise not to bring down? A} diseases B} misery C} acid rain D} severe storms [A]A

[Q] Ex 15:27 What did the Israelites find at Elim where they camped? A} a ready made camp B} twelve springs and seventy palm trees C} five vineyards and twelve rivers D} a Motel Six [A]B

[Q] Ex 16:1,2 All the Israelites left Elim, came to the Desert of Sin (between Elim and Sinai) in the second month after leaving Egypt. How did they display their general attitude to Moses and Aaron? A} sang praises of their skill B} grumbled against Moses and Aaron C} began the journey back to Egypt D} begged for new leaders [A]B

[Q] Ex 16:3 How did the Israelites remember their stay in Egypt concerning food? A} always plenty B} never enough C} received food on basis of work D} plenty of fast food restaurants [A]A

[Q] Ex 16:4 The Lord told Moses He would rain down bread from heaven for the people. As part of His test for them, how often and how much were they to go out and gather this bread? A} 3x a day, enough for each meal B} each day, enough for two days C} each day, enough for that day D} 2x a day, enough for breakfast/supper [A]C

[Q] Ex 16:5 On which day of they week were the Israelites told to bring in and prepare twice as much as they had gathered on the other days? A} first B} seventh C} third D} sixth [A]D

[Q] Ex 16:6,7 Moses and Aaron told the Israelites they would know in the evening it was God who brought them out of Egypt and in the morning what would they see of the Lord? A} His power B} His wrath C} His glory D} His faithfulness [A]C

[Q] Ex 16:8 Moses told the Israelites they would know it was the Lord when He gave them what to eat in the evening and what to eat in the morning due to the fact He had heard them grumbling against Him? A} food/water B} meat/bread C} meat/water D} bread/eggs [A]B

[Q] Ex 16:9 Then Moses told Aaron, "Say to the entire Israelite community, 'Come before the LORD, for He has heard your _______.'" A} prayers B} songs of praise C} whisperings D} grumblings [A]D

[Q] Ex 16:10 While Aaron was speaking to the whole Israelite community, they looked toward the desert, and there was the glory of the LORD appearing in the ______. A} cloud B} burning bush C} sand D} sky [A]A

[Q] Ex 16:11-13 The LORD told Moses He heard the grumbling of the Israelites and that He would send food to them at twilight and in the morning so they would know that He is "the LORD your God". In what form did He send the meat and bread? A} locust/rain B} quail/honey C} quail/dew D} hamburgers/cokes [A]C

[Q] Ex 16:14,15 What question did the Israelites ask each other when they saw the thin, frost-like flakes on the desert floor the next morning? A} Is it time to gather? B} What is it? C} How much do we gather? D} Got milk? [A]B

[Q] Ex 16:16,17 For once the Israelites obeyed God and did as they were told. They were to gather as much as they needed, taking ________ for each person in their tent. A} a bushel B} an omer C} an ephah D} a gallon [A]B

[Q] Ex 16:18,19 After their gatherings had been measured, everyone had exactly what God had commanded even though some had gathered a lot and others a little. Then Moses said, "No one is to keep any of it until ________." A} noon B} evening C} morning D} tomorrow [A]C

[Q] Ex 16:20 However, some of the Israelites paid no attention to Moses and kept part of their bread too long, which angered Moses. How did Moses know which bread was kept too long? A} God told him B} the stinky bread was full of maggots C} the stinky bread was mold covered D} God told the Israelites it was stinky to Him [A]B

[Q] Ex16:21,22 Every day, everyone gathered as much as he needed and then it melted away under the hot sun. On the sixth day, they gathered two omers for each person and this was reported to Moses by whom? A} leaders of the community B} each person C} the head of each household D} by God [A]A

[Q] Ex 16:23-26 Moses explained to the people about the Sabbath. He told them it was to be a day of rest. He told them they were to prepare their food on day six and keep what was left until morning and then eat it. It would not spoil, therefore they could eat it on the Sabbath. He also told them how much would be found on the ground on the seventh day, the Sabbath. How much would they find? A} half as much B} 7x as much C} none D} same amount as always [A]C

[Q] Ex 16:27-30 As usual, some of the Israelites did not listen to the LORD. The LORD wanted to know of Moses how long would it be before the people kept His commands and reminded Moses of the purpose of the Sabbath. He also told Moses how many people were allowed out to gather food on the Sabbath. How many? A} one from each family B} none C} 100 total in the tribe D} everyone [A]B

[Q] Ex 16:31 The people of Israel called the bread manna. It was white like coriander seed and tasted like what? A} wafers made with honey B} wafers made with peanuts C} wafers made with butter D} peanut butter and jelly [A]A

[Q] Ex 16:32-34 Moses said, "This is what the LORD has commanded: 'Take an omer of manna and keep it for the generations to come, so they can see the bread I gave you to eat in the desert when I brought you out of Egypt.'" Moses then instructed someone else to take an omer of manna, put it in a jar, and then place it before the LORD for generations to come. Whom did Moses instruct to do this thing? A} Each head of household B} Each leader of a tribe C} Miriam D} Aaron [A]D

[Q] Ex 16:35 The Israelites ate manna forty years until they reached the border of what settled land? A} Palestine B} Israel C} Canaan D} Syria [A]C

[Q] Ex 16:36 An omer is one-tenth of what ancient unit of measure? A} a pound B} an ounce C} a bushel D} an ephah [A]D

[Q] Ex 17:2 - When the Israelites set out from the Desert of Sin, they quarrelled and asked Moses for what? A} food B} freedom C} water D} rest [A]C

[Q] Ex 17:6 - God told Moses to take the elders and get water where? A} on the mountain B} rock at Horeb C} the well D} a stream [A]B

[Q] Ex 17:5,6 - God told Moses to get water from the rock how? A} praying to God B} rolling it over C} telling it to produce water D} striking it with his staff [A]D

[Q] Ex 17:7 - Because the Israelites quarreled and tested the Lord saying, "Is the Lord among us or not?", the place of the rock was called what? A} Massah and Meribah B} Bethel and Japhia C} Sodom and Gomorrah D} Adida and Tirzah [A]A

[Q] Ex 17:8 - What group of people came and attacked the Iraelites at Rephidim? A} Edomites B} Amalekites C} Jebusites D} Chaldeans [A]B

[Q] Ex 17:11,12 - When the Israelites fought with the Amakelites at Rephidim, they were able to defeat the enemy because God was with them as long as Moses held up the staff of God. When Moses' arms got tired, who were two people who helped hold his arms above his head? A} Aaron and Miriam B} Joshua and Caleb C} Aaron and Hur D} Joshua and Miriam [A]C

[Q] Ex 17:14 - The Lord told Moses to make a scroll detailing the defeat of the Amakelites, so that it would be remembered. The Lord told Moses that he wanted _____________ to hear it, because God would completely blot out the memory of Amalek from under heaven? A} Moses B} Joshua C} Israelites D} Aaron [A]B

[Q] Ex 17:15,16 - Moses built an alter to remember the victory over the Amakelites at Rephidim and that the Lord would be at war against the Amelekites from generation to generation. What name did Moses give this altar because his "hands were lifted up to the throne of the Lord" during battle? A} The Lord is an awesome God B} The Lord is our Protector C} The Lord is Eternal D} The Lord is my Banner [A]D

[Q] Ex 18:1 - The father-in-law of Moses was named what? A} Caleb B} Walter C} Jethro D} Aaron [A]C

[Q] Ex 18:1 - Moses' father-in-law was the priest of what? A} Horeb B} Midian C} Bethel D} Hebron [A]B

[Q] Ex 18:2,3 - Moses sent his wife and two sons away, and they were received by her father Jethro. Moses' wife was named what? A} Miriam B} Lydia C} Mary D} Zipporah [A]D

[Q] Ex 18:3 - One of Moses' sons was named ______________, because Moses said "I have become an alien in a foreign land."? A} Gershom B} Adam C} John D} Eliezer [A]A

[Q] Ex 18:4 - Moses other son was named ________________, because Moses said "My father's God was my helper; he saved me from the sword of Pharaoh."? A} Matthew B} Gershom C} Eliezer D} Jonathon [A]C

[Q] Ex 18:6 - Jethro, Moses' wife, and Moses' sons came to visit him where? A} Egypt B} The desert C} Israel D} The mountains [A]B

[Q] Ex 18:11 - After Moses told Jethro about all the good things that the Lord had done for Israel in rescuing them from the hand of the Egyptians, what did Jethro know about the Lord? A} Keeps His promises B} Greater than all other gods C} He is someone to fear D} Was from the beginning [A]B

[Q] Ex 18:12 - To thank the Lord and remember his protection and deliverance from the Egyptians, Jethro, Moses, Aaron, and all of the elders of Israel did what? A} Had a lock-in at camp. B} Sang Praises to God C} Prayed all night long D} Brought a burnt offering to God [A]D

[Q] Ex 18:13 - At camp, what role did Moses serve in all day long for the Israelites until Jethro gave him some good advice? A} Priest B} Prophet C} Judge D} King [A]C

[Q] Ex 18:17-23 Jethro's advice to Moses' to lessen the strain on both Moses and the people was to appoint ____________ over thousands, hundreds, fifties and tens to serve as ___________ to bring their disputes to. Moses would teach them the laws and decrees, and then appoint capable men from all the people, who feared God and hated dishonest gain.? A} prophets, priests B} officials, judges C} priests, ministers D} principals, janitors [A]B

[Q] Ex 18:26 - If the disputes among Israelites were too much for the appointed officials to handle, what were they to do? A} Bring them to Moses B} Bring them to the priests C} Pray all night for God's guidance D} Ask Judge Judy [A]A

[Q] Ex 19:1 How long had in been since the Israelites left Egypt when they came to the Desert of Sinai? A} 3 months B} 40 days C} 3 weeks D} 40 years [A]A

[Q] Ex 19:3-5 God told Moses that if the House of Jacob obeyed Him fully and kept His covenant, then out of all nations they would be His ________________? A} treasured possession B} priests C} chosen people D} best friend [A]A

[Q] Ex 19:9 Fill in the blanks. "I am going to come to you in a dense _____________,so that the people will hear me speaking with you and will always put their ____________ in you." A} cover - trust B} mist - faith C} cloud - trust D} fog - faith [A]C

[Q] Ex 19:11 On what day was the Lord going to come down from Mount Sinai in the sight of all the people? A} Tuesday B} First day of the week C} fourth day D} third day [A]D

[Q] Ex 19:12-13 Who would receive the punishment of death by being stoned or shot with arrows? A} anyone who touched the mountain B} the first born of every family C} anyone who disobeyed the Law D} those that followed other Gods [A]A

[Q] Ex 19:13 How would they know when they could go up to the mountain? A} the sun would be covered B} when the ram's horn sounds a long blast C} Moses would let them know D} God would send them a text message [A]B

[Q] Ex 19:16 Fill in the blanks. On the morning of the third day there was _______________ and lightening, with a thick cloud over the mountain, and a very loud ___________ blast." A} rain - powerful B} thunder - trumpet C} rain - horn D} a storm - clapping [A]B

[Q] Ex 19:18 How did the Lord descend on the mountain? A} in a cloud of dust B} with force C} in fire D} quickly, but gently [A]C

[Q] Ex 19:22 What must the priests do before they approach the Lord? A} consecrate themselves B} offer a sacrifice C} be forgiven of their sins D} wash 3 times [A]A

[Q] Ex 19:24 When Moses went up the mountain, who did the Lord instruct him to go back down and get? A} Zipporah B} you C} the priests D} Aaron [A]D

[Q] Ex 20:1 God states "I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of _______________?" A} hiding B} the hole C} Egypt D} detention [A]C

[Q] Ex 20:4 God did not want the people to make any idols to bow down to or to worship, because God is a ___________ God. A} jealous B} important C} bashful D} timid [A]A

[Q] Ex 20:6 How many generations will God show love to, for those who love Him and keep His commandments? A} one B} many to come C} a few D} a thousand [A]D

[Q] Ex 20:7 "You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not hold anyone ______________ who misuses his name." A} in court B} guiltlesss C} shameless D} against their will [A]B

[Q] Ex 20:8 In how many days each week were they to to labor and do their work? A} until their work was completed B} 7 C} 1 D} 6 [A]D

[Q] Ex 20:10 Who was allowed to work on the Sabbath? A} their sons and daughters and animals B} their manservants, maidservants and the aliens within their gates C} no person or animal D} anyone over the age of 18 [A]C

[Q] Ex 20:11 "Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and made it ________________." A} holy B} special C} sunny D} peaceful [A]A

[Q] Ex 20:12 If the people did this they would "live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you." A} kept the Sabbath B} honor your father and your mother C} followed Moses D} worshiped God [A]B

[Q] Ex 20:13-15 Which of the following were the people allowed to do. A} murder and steal B} commit adultery C} both A and B D} none of the above [A]D

[Q] Ex 20:16 Who should they not give false testimony against? A} Moses B} God C} the rich D} their neighbor [A]D

[Q] Ex 20:19 The people were afraid to talk directly to God and stayed at a distance. They were afraid that if God spoke directly to them they would ___________? A} die B} appear sinful C} become blind D} go deaf [A]A

[Q] Ex 20:20 Moses said to the people, "Do not be afraid. God has come to test you, so that the __________ of God will be with you to keep you from sinning." A} power B} image C} fear D} spirit [A]C

[Q] Ex 20:23 They were not to build for themselves gods of ___________ or gods of ________________. A} diamonds and pearls B} bronze and gold C} pewter and gold D} silver and gold [A]D

[Q] Ex 20:24 What were they to sacrifice on the altar of earth they made for the Lord? A} the first born of their livestock B} burnt offerings and fellowship offerings C} a tenth of all they had D} a love sacrifice [A]B

[Q] Ex 20:26 Fill in the blank. "And do not go up to my altar on _________, lest your nakedness be exposed on it." A} your knees B} the Sabbath C} steps D} a cloud [A]C

[Q] Ex 21:2 - The Hebrew servant was to go free in what year? A} 5th B} 6th C} 7th D} 8th [A]C

[Q] Ex 21:5-6 - What was the master to do if a servant desired to be his servant for life? A} Pay the judges B} Get the servant a wife C} Put a sign on his doorpost D} Pierce the servant's ear [A]D

[Q] Ex 21:7-8 - What was a master to do with a man's daughter whom he purchased as a servant if she did not please him? A} Sell her to a foreigner B} Pierce her ear and keep her C} Let her be redeemed D} Put her to death [A]C

[Q] Ex 21:10 - If a master with a female servant married another woman, he was to provide the first woman with three things. Which of the following was NOT among them? A} Money B} Clothing C} Marital rights D} Food [A]A

[Q] Ex 21:12-17 - Which of the following offenses was NOT punishible by death? A} Attacking one's mother or father B} Killing someone unintentionally C} Cursing one's mother or father D} Kidnapping and selling the victim [A]B

[Q] Ex 21:20-21 - A man who beat his slave with a rod was to be punished unless . . . . A} The slave died B} The slave deserved it C} The slave forgave him D} The slave got up after a day or two [A]D

[Q] Ex 21:27 - A man who knocked out his servant's tooth was required to . . . . A} Set the servant free B} Knock out one of his own teeth C} Provide dental coverage to servant D} Pay the servant 30 shekels of silver [A]A

[Q] Ex 21:28-30 - Which of the following did the law specify if a bull gored a human being to death? A} The bull was to be put to death but only if it had a prior history of goring B} The bull was to be sacrificed as a burnt offering C} The meat of the bull could not be eaten D} The owner was to be put to death if the victim was a slave [A]C

[Q] Ex 21:33-34 - What was to happen if a man's ox fell into a pit dug by another man? A} The pit digger was to be put to death B} The pit digger paid for the loss and kept the ox C} The pit digger paid for the loss and the original owner kept the ox D} The owner buried the ox in the pit and paid a fine for trespassing [A]B

[Q] Ex 21:35-36 - If one man's bull killed another man's bull and the first bull had no habit of goring, what restitution was required? A} The live bull was to be sold and the money divided equally B} The live bull was to be given to the man whose bull was killed C} The live bull was to be stoned and the victim paid 30 shekels of silver D} The live bull was to be penned up and the victim paid 30 shekels of silver [A]A

[Q] Ex 22:1 - What was to be paid back for a stolen and slaughtered sheep? A} 5 sheep B} 4 sheep C} 3 head of cattle D} 2 head of cattle [A]B

[Q] Ex 22:2-3 - Under what condition was someone who killed a thief guilty of bloodshed? A} If the killing occurred after sunset B} If the thief tried to make restitution C} If the thief was another man's servant D} If the killing occurred after sunrise [A]D

[Q] Ex 22:4 - What was to be paid back for a stolen donkey recovered alive? A} 5 donkeys B} 4 donkeys C} 3 donkeys D} 2 donkeys [A]D

[Q] Ex 22:7 - If a man gave his neighbor silver for safe keeping and it was stolen from the neighbor's house, who was required to pay back double? A} The thief, if caught B} The owner of the house, if the thief was not caught C} The judge, if the owner was found not guilty D} The insurance company, if the deductible was satisfied [A]A

[Q] Ex 22:14-15 - No restitution was required for a borrowed animal that was injured if . . . . A} The injured animal had a history of goring B} The owner of the animal was present when the animal was injured C} The borrower took an oath that he did not lay hands on the animal D} The animal was attacked by a wild animal [A]B

[Q] Ex 22:16-20 - Which of the following offenses was NOT punishable by death? A} Sexual relations with an animal B} Seduction of a virgin C} Sacrifice to a false god D} Sorcery [A]B

[Q] Ex 22:21 - Why were aliens not to be mistreated? A} Because they could be useful as slaves B} Because they might be spies C} Because Egyptian customs prohibited cruelty D} Because the Israelites were once aliens in Egypt [A]D

[Q] Ex 22:22-24 - Who was in danger of being killed by the LORD with the sword? A} Sorcerers B} Blasphemers C} Those who refused to pay the bride price D} Those who took advantage of a widow or an orphan [A]D

[Q] Ex 22:29-30 - When were firstborn cattle and sheep to be given to the LORD? A} On the 8th day B} As soon as they could walk C} When they were fully grown D} One year after birth [A]A

[Q] Ex 22:31 - What was to be done with the meat of an animal torn by wild beasts? A} It was to be thrown to the dogs B} It was to be given to the poor C} It was to be sacrificed as a sin offering D} It was to be brought before the judges [A]A

[Q] Ex 23:3 - What did the law say concerning a poor man in his lawsuit? A} Do not discriminate against him B} Do not testify against him C} Do not show favoritism toward him D} Do not side with him [A]C

[Q] Ex 23:4 - Whose donkey was to be taken back to him if it was seen wandering off? A} A neighbor B} A friend C} A thief D} An enemy [A]D

[Q] Ex 23:6 - What were the poor not to be denied in their lawsuits? A} Justice B} An attorney C} The right to plea bargain D} The right to remain silent [A]A

[Q] Ex 23:7 - God said He would not acquit . . . . A} An alien B} The poor C} The guilty D} O.J. [A]C

[Q] Ex 23:8 - What "blinds those who see and twists the words of the righteous"? A} A lie B} A bribe C} A lawsuit D} An election campaign [A]B

[Q] Ex 23:10-11 - Which of the following was NOT specified concerning the land in the 7th year? A} It was to be unplowed B} The poor were permitted to gather food from it C} Wild animals could take what the poor left D} Crops were to be replaced with vineyards and olive groves [A]D

[Q] Ex 23:14-16 - Which of the following was NOT one of the required annual festivals to the LORD? A} Feast of Ingathering B} Feast of Sowing C} Feast of Unleavened Bread D} Feast of Harvest [A]B

[Q] Ex 23:19 - A young goat was not to be cooked . . . A} Over an open fire B} In its mother's milk C} Before sunrise D} With anything containing yeast [A]B

[Q] Ex 23:28 - What did God say He would send ahead to drive out the Hivites, Canaanites, and Hittites? A} The angel B} The army C} The frogs D} The hornet [A]D

[Q] Ex 23:31 - Which of the following was among the borders that God said He would establish? A} The Dead Sea B} The Red Sea C} The Sea of Galilee D} The Sea of Palestine [A]B

[Q] Exodus 24:1 - In addition to Moses, Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, who did God call to worship at a distance? A} the high priest B} the commanders of army C} no one else D} seventy of the elders of Israel [A]D

[Q] Exodus 24:2 - Who did God call to come near to the Lord alone? A} the high priest B} Moses C} Moses, Aaron, Nadab and Abihu D} seventy of the elders of Israel [A]B

[Q] Exodus 24:3 - When Moses recounted to the people all the words of the Lord, how did all the people answer? A} "All the words which the Lord has spoken we will do!" B} "All the words which Moses has spoken we will do!" C} "All the words which Moses and Aaron have spoken we will do!" D} "All the words which the Lord has written we will do!" [A]A

[Q] Exodus 24:4 - When Moses wrote down all the words of the Lord, he arose early in the morning and did something. What did he do? A} worshiped the Lord in the presence of all B} lead Israel in offering a bull C} built an altar at the foot of the mountain with twelve pillars D} prayed until the morning sacrifice [A]C

[Q] Exodus 24:5 - Fill-in the blank: As part of their ceremony affirming their covenant, Moses sent young men of the sons of Israel, and they offered burnt offerings and sacrificed young bulls as _______________ offerings. A} trespass B} sin C} thanksgiving D} peace [A]D

[Q] Exodus 24:6 - As part of their ceremony affirming their covenant, Moses took half of the blood and put it in basins. What did he do with the other half of the blood? A} sprinkled it on the priests B} sprinkled it on Aaron C} sprinkled on the altar D} sprinkled it on the Tent of Meeting [A]C

[Q] Exodus 24:7 - Fill-n the blank: Moses he took the book of the covenant and read it in the hearing of the people. The people said, "All that the Lord has spoken we will do, and we will be _______________ !" A} obedient B} faithful C} God's people D} trustworthy [A]A

[Q] Exodus 24:8 - As part of their ceremony affirming their covenant, Moses took half of the blood and put it in basins. What did he do with the blood in the basin? A} sprinkled it on the priests B} sprinkled it on Aaron C} sprinkled on the people D} sprinkled it on the Tent of Meeting [A]C

[Q] Exodus 24:8 - What did Moses call the blood, after sprinkling the blood on the people? A} the blood of the atonement B} the blood of the Law C} the blood of the Tabernacle D} the blood of the covenant [A]D

[Q] Exodus 24:9-10 - Moses Aaron, Nadab and Abihu and seventy of the elders of Israel saw the God of Israel. Under his feet there appeared to be a pavement. What material was the pavement composed of? A} sapphire, as clear as water B} sapphire, as clear as the sky C} gold, as bright as the sky D} gold, shimmering as the sky [A]B

[Q] Exodus 24:11 - Moses Aaron, Nadab and Abihu and seventy of the elders of Israel saw the God of Israel. What did God not do? A} He did not strike the nobles with leprosy B} He did not send blindness on the nobles C} He did not stretch out His hand against the nobles D} He did not stretch out wrath against the nobles [A]C

[Q] Exodus 24:11 - Moses Aaron, Nadab and Abihu and seventy of the elders of Israel saw the God of Israel. What did the nobles do? A} they ate and drank B} they worshiped C} bowed in reverence D} sang with joy [A]A

[Q] Exodus 24:12 - God called Moses to join Him on the mountain. What did God promise to give to Moses? A} the law of sacrifice B} instructions for the priests C} wisdom D} the stone tablets with the law and the commandment [A]D

[Q] Exodus 24:12 - God called Moses to join Him on the mountain and gave Moses the stone tablets with the law and the commandment. For what purpose did God give the stone tablets with the law and the commandment? A} for their life B} for their instruction C} for their meditation D} for their learning [A]B

[Q] Exodus 24:13 - Who went up to the mountain with Moses to receive the stone tablets? A} Joshua B} Aaron C} Nadab and Abihu D} seventy of the elders of Israel [A]A

[Q] Exodus 24:14 - Joshua went up to the mountain with Moses when Moses received the stone tablets. Who remained with the elders to judge legal matters? A} the high priest B} Aaron and Hur C} Nadab and Abihu D} only the seventy of the elders of Israel [A]B

[Q] Exodus 24:15-16 - When Moses went up to the mountain, the cloud covered the mountain. On which day did God call to Moses from the midst of the cloud? A} the sixth day B} the fortieth days C} the seventh day D} the third [A]C

[Q] Exodus 24:17 - What did the appearance of the glory of the Lord look like to the eyes of the sons of Israel ? A} like a bright fire B} like a smoking fire C} like a burning fire D} like a consuming fire [A]D

[Q] Exodus 24:18 - How long was Moses on the cloud covered the mountain? A} forty days and forty nights B} seven days and seven nights C} thirty days and thirty nights D} three days and three nights [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:1-2 - For the building of the Tabernacle, the Lord said, "Tell the Israelites to bring me an offering." How was this offering to be given? A} 10% from each man. B} From each man weekly. C} From each man with the elders as witness. D} From each man whose heart prompts him to give. [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:3-4 - For the building of the Tabernacle, God required offerings of precious metal, fabric, leather, oil, spice and gems. What were the three precious metals? A} gold, copper and bronze B} copper, silver and bronze C} gold, silver and bronze D} gold, silver and copper [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:5 - For the building of the Tabernacle, God required offerings of precious metal, fabric, leather, oil, spice and gems. From what two animals did the skins and hides come? A} lambs and sea cows B} rams and sea cows C} lambs and cows D} rams and cows [A]B

[Q] Exodus 25:6 - For the building of the Tabernacle, God required offerings of precious metal, fabric, leather, oil, spice and gems. What was the olive oil use for? A} the light B} the showbread C} anoint the priests D} burn the sacrifice [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:8 - What did God promise to do once Israel made a sanctuary? A} Israel will enter the Promised Land. B} I will dwell among them. C} Rest from their enemies. D} Make their flocks and herds expand. [A]B

[Q] Exodus 25:9 - God said: "Make this tabernacle and all its furnishings exactly like the ______________ I will show you." A} vision B} tent C} pattern D} form [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:10 - Give the dimensions of the "chest of acacia wood" that was put in the Tabernacle. A} two cubits long, a cubit wide, and a cubit high B} two and a half cubits long, a cubit and a half wide, and a cubit high C} two and a half cubits long, a cubit and a half wide, and a cubit and a half high D} two cubits long, a cubit and a half wide, and a cubit and a half high [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:11 - A "chest of acacia wood" was put in the Tabernacle. With what was the "chest of acacia wood" overlaid both inside and out? A} pure gold B} gold C} bronze D} pure silver [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:12 - How many gold rings were fastened to the "chest of acacia wood" that was put in the Tabernacle? A} six B} three C} eight D} four [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:13 - In addition to the chest of acacia wood, the Hebrews also built poles. The poles were overlaid with gold. From what material were the poles made? A} bronze B} gopher wood C} acacia wood D} whale bone [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:14 - In addition to the chest of acacia wood, the Hebrews also built poles. The poles were overlaid with gold. What were the poles used for? A} to carry the chest B} for decorations C} to protect the priests D} to hold up the Tent of Meeting [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:15 - In addition to the chest of acacia wood, the Hebrews also built poles. The poles were overlaid with gold. How often were the poles removed from the rings of the ark? A} once the ark came to rest B} each week for cleaning C} each evening D} they are not to be removed [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:16 - God told Israel to put the ____________ , which God gave him, in the ark. A} the Scroll B} the gold pot C} the Testimony D} the golden rod [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:16 - God told Israel to make an ____________ cover of pure gold for the chest of acacia wood. A} atonement B} solid C} basic D} wooden [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:18 - God told Israel to make two cherubim out of gold to put at the ends of the cover on the chest of acacia wood. How were these cherubim fashioned? A} poured B} overlaid C} carved D} hammered [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:20 - God told Israel to make two cherubim out of gold to put at the ends of the cover on the chest of acacia wood. Which direction did the cherubim spread? A} downward B} upward C} outward D} inward [A]B

[Q] Exodus 25:20 - God told Israel to make two cherubim out of gold to put at the ends of the cover on the chest of acacia wood. The cherubim are faced each other, looking toward ________________ ? A} each other B} the east C} the rising sun D} the priest [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:21 - The cover was placed on top of the ark. What was placed in the ark made of acacia wood? A} the golden serpent B} the parchments C} the anointing oil D} the Testimony [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:22 - God said He would meet Moses above the cover between the two cherubim that are over the ark of the Testimony. What did God say He would give the Israelites when He appeared between the cherubim? A} mercy B} atonement C} all my commands D} forgiveness [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:23 - God ordered the building of a table of acacia wood. What was its dimensions? A} two cubits wide, a cubit long and a cubit and a half high B} two cubits long, a cubit and a half wide and a cubit high C} two cubits and a half long, a cubit wide and a cubit high D} two cubits long, a cubit wide and a cubit and a half high [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:25 - God ordered the building of a table of acacia wood. What was the width of the rim of this table? A} three fingers wide B} a handbreadth wide C} a cubit wide D} a span [A]B

[Q] Exodus 25:26 - How many gold rings were fastened to the "table of acacia wood" that was put in the Tabernacle? A} four B} three C} eight D} six [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:27-28 - Gold overlaid poles were made for the "table of acacia wood". What were these poles used for? A} to brace the table B} to enlarge the table C} to carry the table D} to decorate the table [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:29 - Plates and dishes, as well as its pitchers and bowls, were made for the "table of acacia wood". What were these utensils made from? A} pure gold B} gold C} bronze D} pure silver [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:30 - What was put on the "table of acacia wood"? It was called the ___________ of the Presence. A} name B} sign C} gift D} bread [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:31 - God said make a "lampstand of pure gold and hammer it out, base and shaft." What was "flowerlike" on this lampstand? A} cups B} decorations C} feet D} legs [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:32 - How many branches extended from the lampstand of pure gold? A} six B} seven C} four D} three [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:33 - God said make a "lampstand of pure gold and hammer it out, base and shaft." What was the shape of "flowerlike" cups on this lampstand? A} aloe flowers B} lily flowers C} almond flowers D} rose flowers [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:33 - How many cups shaped like flowers were on each branch of the pure gold lampstand? A} six B} three C} eighteen D} twenty-one [A]B

[Q] Exodus 25:34 - How many cups shaped like almond flowers were on the pure gold lampstand? A} eighteen B} twenty-two C} three D} four [A]D

[Q] Exodus 25:35 - Where were the buds on the pure gold lampstand located? A} on the base B} under the lamps C} under the each of the branches D} on top of the lamp [A]C

[Q] Exodus 25:36 - From how many pieces of gold were the buds, branches and lampstand hammered? A} one B} three C} two D} four [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:37 - How many lamps were on the pure gold lampstand? A} twenty-one B} seven C} three D} four [A]B

[Q] Exodus 25:37 - Where did the light of the pure gold lampstand shine? A} the space in front of it B} the most holy place C} the outer court D} on the bronze altar [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:38 - With what material were the wick trimmers and trays made? A} pure gold B} gold C} bronze D} pure silver [A]A

[Q] Exodus 25:39 - How much pure gold was used for the lampstand and all these accessories? A} a minas B} a talent C} a shekel D} a bekas [A]B

[Q] Exodus 25:40 - Once God completed giving instructions for building the ark, table and lamstand, He issued a specific command. What did God command? A} make them according to the pattern shown you in your tent. B} make them according to the principles shown you in your tent. C} make them according to the principles shown you on the mountain. D} make them according to the pattern shown you on the mountain. [A]D

[Q] Ex 26:1,2 Chapter 26 continues with descriptions of what is to be in the tabernacle. God tells the Israelites there are to be curtains of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn, with cherubim worked into them by a skilled craftsman. They are also to all be the same size-28 cubits long and four cubits wide. How many curtains are there to be? A} 5 B} 10 C} 15 D} 20 [A]B

[Q] Ex 26:3,4 They are to join five curtains together and the other five, too. They are to make loops of blue material along the edge of the end curtain in one set and do what with the end curtain in the other set? A} make loops of purple B} make loops of red C} make loops of gold D} make loops of blue [A]D

[Q] Ex 26:5,6 The people are to make fifty loops on one curtain and fifty loops on the end curtain of the other set, with the loops being opposite each each other. They are then to make fifty clasps and use them to fasten the curtains together so the tabernacle is a unit. What are the clasps to be made of? A} bronze B} silver C} gold D} gold and silver [A]C

[Q] Ex 26:7,8 God tells the people to make eleven curtains for over the tabernacle, all the same size--thirty cubits long and four cubits wide. What are these curtains to be made of? A} horse hair B} goat hair C} Egyptian cotton D} fine silk [A]B

[Q] Ex 26:9,10 Again the people are told how to group the curtains together (five in one group, six in the other) making fifty loops along the edge of the end curtain in each set. What special treatment does the sixth curtain receive in the second set? A} it is folded double at the front of the tent B} it is cut in half at the front of the tent C} it is folded into thirds at the front of the tent D} it is cut into thirds at the front of the tent [A]A

[Q] Ex 26:11 They are to make fifty clasps, placing them in the loops to fasten the tent together as a unit. What are these clasps made of? A} bronze B} silver C} gold D} gold and silver [A]A

[Q] Ex 26:12,13 The tent curtains will be longer on the sides (width) and in length. This extra length and width will hang where over the tabernacle in order to cover it? A} front and back B} front and sides C} back and sides D} front, back, and sides [A]C

[Q] Ex 26:14 There is to be made for the tent a covering of skins dyed red, and over that a covering of hides. What kind of skins and what kind of hides? A} sheep/cow B} rams/horses C} sheep/camel D} rams/sea cows [A]D

[Q] Ex 26:15-17 What type of wood is to be used in the identical, upright ten cubit x a cubit and a half wide frames which have two projections set parallel to each other? A} rose wood B} acacia wood C} olive wood D} treated wood [A]B

[Q] Ex 26:18-21 For the north and south side of the tabernacle there are to be made twenty frames with the projections sitting on bases (forty bases for each side). What are these bases to be made of? A} bronze B} silver C} gold D} gold and silver [A]B

[Q] Ex 26:22,23 How many frames total are to be made for the far end (west) of the tabernacle plus the corners? A} six B} seven C} eight D} twenty [A]C

[Q] Ex 26:24,25 At the two corners, both frames are to be double, fitted with a single ring and standing on sixteen bases (two under each frame). What are these bases made of? A} bronze B} silver C} gold D} gold and silver [A]B

[Q] Ex 26:26-28 There are to be made five crossbars for each side (north/south) of the tabernacle and five for the frames on the west, at the far side of the tabernacle. The center crossbar is to extend from end to end at the middle of the frames. What are these to be made from? A} rose wood B} acacia wood C} olive wood D} treated wood [A]B

[Q] Ex 26:29,30 The tabernacle is to be set up according to the plan shown to Moses by God on the mountain. According to this plan, the frames, the rings, and the crossbars are to be overlaid with what material? A} silk B} silver C} linen D} gold [A]D

[Q] Ex 26:31 The inner curtain is to be three different colors embroidered onto finely twisted linen, with cheribums worked into it by a skilled craftsman. What are the three different colors? A} scarlet/green/blue B} scarlet/yellow/blue C} scarlet/purple/blue D} scarlet/white/blue [A]C

[Q] Ex 26:32 The curtain is to be hung with gold hooks on four posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold and standing on what? A} four silver bases B} eight silver bases C} ten silver bases D} the floor [A]A

[Q] Ex 26:33 The curtain is to be hung from the clasps. What is to be placed behind the curtain? A} lampstands B} alter on which to sacrifice C} ark of the Testimony D} Noah's ark [A]C

[Q] Ex 26:33,34 The atonement cover is to be on the ark of the Testimony in the Most Holy Place, which is separated from what room by the curtain? A} Less Holy Place B} vestibule C} auditorium D} Holy Place [A]D

[Q] Ex 26:35 A table is to be placed outside the curtain on one side of the tabernacle and a lampstand on another side. Specifically, what side is the table placed on and what side is the lampstand placed on? A} north/east B} north/south C} east/west D} south/north [A]B

[Q] Ex 26:36 The outer curtain, for the entrance to the tent, is to be made similarly to the inner curtain by an embroiderer. In what way is it different? A} two colors, not three B} made of goat hair, not linen C} no cherubims D} made of silk, not linen [A]C

[Q] Ex 26:37 There are to be made gold hooks for this curtain and five posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold. Five bases are to be cast for them. What are these bases made of? A} bronze B} silver C} gold D} gold and silver [A]A

[Q] Ex 27:1 - The altar was three cubits high, five cubits long, five cubits wide and made of what kind of wood? A} acacia B} beech C} cedar D} dogwood [A]A

[Q] Ex 27:2 - The altar had a horn at each of the four corners, so that the horns and the altar were of one piece. The altar was overlaid with what kind of metal? A} gold B} silver C} bronze D} platinum [A]C

[Q] Ex 27:3,4 - Utensils of bronze, including pots to remove the ashes, shovels, sprinkling bowls, meat forks, and firepans, as well as a grating, a bronze network, and a bronze ring at each of the four corners of the network were all made for what specific thing? A} the altar B} the tent of meeting C} the courtyard D} the tabernacle [A]A

[Q] Ex 27:6,7 - These were made of acacia wood for the altar and overlaid with bronze. They were inserted into the rings so they would be on two sides of the altar when it was carried. What were they? A} horns B} hooks C} staffs D} poles [A]D

[Q] Ex 27:8 - The altar was hollow and made out of what? A} stones B} boards C} iron D} Wonka bars [A]B

[Q] Ex 27:9-15 - The south and north sides of this were each a hundred cubits long and had curtains of finely twisted linen with twenty posts and twenty bronze bases as well as silver hooks and bands on the posts. The west and east ends were fifty cubits wide and had 15 cubit-long curtains with ten posts and ten bases. What was this? A} the altar B} the tent of meeting C} the courtyard D} the tabernacle [A]C

[Q] Ex 27:16,17 - The entrance to the courtyard had a curtain twenty cubits long of blue, purple, and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen-the work of an embroiderer-with four posts and four bases. All the posts around the courtyard had bronze bases, as well as bands and hooks made of what? A} gold B} silver C} bronze D} platinum [A]B

[Q] Ex 27:18,19 - The courtyard was a hundred cubits long and fifty cubits wide with curtains of finely twisted linen five cubits high, and with bronze bases. All the other articles used in the service of the tabernacle, whatever their function, including all the tent pegs for it and those for the courtyard, were made of what? A} gold B} silver C} bronze D} platinum [A]C

[Q] Ex 27:20 - The lamps in the tabernacle were to be kept burning using clear oil from what? A} pressed olives B} crushed almonds C} the Canaanites D} Super Wal-Mart [A]A

[Q] Ex 27:21 - In the Tent of Meeting, outside the curtain that is in front of the Testimony, Aaron and his sons were to keep the lamps burning before the LORD how long? A} from the third to the ninth hour B} from Sabbath to Sabbath C} from morning till noon D} from evening till morning [A]D

[Q] Ex 28:1 - Which of the following was not one of Aaron's sons? A} Nadab B} Abihu C} Eleazar D} Ichabod [A]D

[Q] Ex 28:4 - Which of the following were not among the sacred garments made for Aaron the high priest? A} armbands and sandals B} robe and woven tunic C} breastpiece and ephod D} turban and sash [A]A

[Q] Ex 28:6 - This sacred garment was made of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, and of finely twisted linen-the work of a skilled craftsman. It had two shoulder pieces attached to two of its corners, so it could be fastened and its skillfully woven waistband was to be like it. Which garment was it? A} turban B} ephod C} sash D} breastpiece [A]B

[Q] Ex 28:9-12 - Two stones were engraved with the names of the sons of Israel in the order of their birth - six names on one stone and the remaining six on the other. The names of the sons of Israel were engraved on the two stones the way a gem cutter engraves a seal. Then the stones were mounted in gold filigree settings and fastened on the shoulder pieces of the ephod as memorial stones for the sons of Israel. Aaron was to bear the names on his shoulders as a memorial before the LORD. What kind of stones were they? A} emerald B} ruby C} onyx D} diamond [A]C

[Q] Ex 28:15-17 - This sacred garment, like the ephod, was fashioned of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, and of finely twisted linen. It was square - a span long and a span wide - and folded double. Mounted on it were four rows of precious stones. Which garment was it? A} turban B} robe C} sash D} breastpiece [A]D

[Q] Ex 28:18- 21 - Mounted on the breastpiece were four rows of precious stones. In the first row there was a ruby, a topaz and a beryl; in the second row a turquoise, a sapphire and an emerald; in the third row a jacinth, an agate and an amethyst; in the fourth row a chrysolite, an onyx and a jasper. These were mounted in gold filigree settings. 21 There are to be twelve stones, one for each of whose names? A} priests of Levi B} sons of Aaron C} sons of Israel D} brothers of Moses [A]C

[Q] Ex 28:22-28 - The breastpiece had braided chains of pure gold and two gold rings fastened to two corners. The two gold chains were fastened to the rings at the corners of the breastpiece and the other ends of the chains to the two settings, attached to the shoulder pieces of the ephod at the front. Two gold rings were attached to the other two corners of the breastpiece on the inside edge next to the ephod. Two more gold rings were attached to the bottom of the shoulder pieces on the front of the ephod, close to the seam just above the waistband of the ephod. The rings of the breastpiece were tied to the rings of the ephod connecting it to the waistband, so that the breastpiece would not do what? A} fall to the ground B} swing out from the ephod C} become too tight D} become too loose [A]B

[Q] Ex 28:29,30 - Whenever Aaron entered the Holy Place, he would bear the names of the sons of Israel over his heart on the breastpiece of decision as a continuing memorial before the LORD. What two things were put in the breastpiece, so they would be over Aaron's heart whenever he entered the presence of the LORD? A} carvings and engravings B} cherubim and seraphim C} gold and silver D} Urim and Thummim [A]D

[Q] Ex 28:31-35 - This sacred garment was made entirely of blue cloth with an opening for the head in its center. There was a woven edge like a collar around this opening, so that it would not tear. Pomegranates of blue, purple, and scarlet yarn were around the hem of the robe, with gold bells between them. The gold bells and the pomegranates alternated around the hem of the robe. The sound of the bells would be heard when he entered the Holy Place before the LORD and when he came out, so that he will not die. Which garment was it? A} robe B} ephod C} turban D} sash [A]A

[Q] Ex 28:36,37 - A plate of pure gold was made and engraved on it as on a seal were the words: HOLY TO THE LORD. A blue cord was fastened to it to attach it to the front of the turban. Aaron wore it and he bore the guilt involved in the sacred gifts the Israelites consecrated. Aaron wore it continually so that they would be acceptable to the LORD. Aaron wore it on his what? A} arm B} shoulders C} forehead D} back [A]C

[Q] Ex 28:39-41 - The tunic and turban were made of fine linen and the sash was the work of an embroiderer. The tunics, sashes and headbands were for Aaron's sons, to give them dignity and honor. After these clothes were put on Aaron and his sons, they were anointed and ordained. They were consecrated so they might serve the Lord as what? A} judges B} priests C} warriors D} eunuchs [A]B

[Q] Ex 28:42,43 - Linen undergarments were made as a covering for the body, reaching from the waist to the thigh. Aaron and his sons wore them whenever they entered the Tent of Meeting or approached the altar to minister in the Holy Place, so that they would not incur guilt and what else? A} die B} displease Moses C} faint D} freeze [A]A

[Q] Ex 29:1-3 To consecrate Aaron and his descendants as priests, the Lord said to make bread from fine wheat flour without yeast, and cakes mixed with oil, and wafers spread with oil. They were to be put in a basket and presented in it - along with one bull and how many rams? A} one B} two C} three D} four [A]B

[Q] Ex 29:4-6 - Aaron and his sons were to be brought to the entrance to the Tent of Meeting and washed with water. Aaron was to be dressed with the tunic, the robe of the ephod, the ephod itself and the breastpiece. The ephod was to be fastened on him by its skillfully woven waistband. The turban was put on his head and attached to it was the what? A} holy jewel B} golden serpent C} sacred diadem D} veil of Moses [A]C

[Q] Ex 29:7-9 - As Aaron and his sons were ordained as priests, anointing oil was poured on Aaron's head. His sons were brought and dressed in tunics and headbands were put on them. What was then tied on Aaron and his sons? A} sashes B} golden ropes C} sandal laces D} ribbons [A]A

[Q] Ex 29:10-14 - Aaron and his sons laid their hands on the bull's head in front of the Tent of Meeting and it was slaughtered in the LORD's presence at the entrance. Some of the bull's blood was put on the horns of the altar and the rest of it was poured out at the base of the altar. All the fat around the inner parts, the covering of the liver, and both kidneys with the fat on them, were burned on the altar, but the bull's flesh and its hide and its offal was burned outside the camp. The bull was what kind of offering? A} fellowship B} forgiveness C} burnt D} sin [A]D

[Q] Ex 29:15-18 - Aaron and his sons were to lay their hands on the head of one of the rams, slaughter it, take the blood, and sprinkle it against the altar on all sides. Then they were to cut the ram into pieces and wash the inner parts and the legs, putting them with the head and the other pieces. Then they were to burn the entire ram on the altar as a pleasing aroma to the LORD. This ram was what kind of offering? A} fellowship B} forgiveness C} burnt D} sin [A]C

[Q] Ex 29:19-21 - Aaron and his sons were to lay their hands on the head of the second ram, slaughter it, then take some of its blood and put it on the lobes of the right ears of Aaron and his sons, on the thumbs of their right hands, and on the big toes of their right feet. Blood was then sprinkled against the altar on all sides while some of the blood on the altar and some of the anointing oil was sprinkled on Aaron and his garments and on his sons and their garments. Then he and his sons and their garments would be what? A} washed B} removed C} consecrated D} sacrificed [A]C

[Q] Ex 29:22-24 - Fat from the second ram, the fat tail, the fat around the inner parts, the covering of the liver, both kidneys with the fat on them, and the right thigh, as well as a loaf, and a cake made with oil, and a wafer from the basket of bread made without yeast were put in the hands of Aaron and his sons and waved before the LORD. What kind of offering was this? A} burnt B} forgiveness C} sin D} wave [A]D

[Q] Ex 29:27,28 - What parts of the ordination ram belonged to Aaron and his sons as their regular share of the fellowship offerings from the Israelites? A} breast and thigh B} thigh and ribs C} legs and breast D} wings and gizzards [A]A

[Q] Ex 29: 29,30 - Aaron's sacred garments belonged to his descendants so they could be anointed and ordained in them. The son who succeeded him as priest and came to the Tent of Meeting to minister in the Holy Place was to wear them how many days? A} 3 B} 7 C} 10 D} 12 [A]B

[Q] Ex 29:31-34 - The meat from the ram for the ordination was cooked in a sacred place. Aaron and his sons were to eat the meat of the ram and the bread in the basket at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. No one else was to eat them, because they were sacred and if any of the meat of the ordination ram or any bread was left over till morning, what was done to it? A} donated B} buried C} burnt D} saved [A]C

[Q] Ex 29:35-37 - It took seven days to ordain Aaron and his sons. A bull was sacrificed each day as a sin offering to make atonement. The altar was purified by making atonement for it and it was anointed to consecrate it, both for seven days. Then the altar was most holy and whatever touched it was what? A} killed B} unholy C} burnt D} holy [A]D

[Q] Ex 29:38-40 - On the altar each day two lambs a year old were offered: one in the morning and the other at twilight. With the first lamb was offered a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with a quarter of a hin of oil from pressed olives, and a quarter of a hin of wine. What kind of offering was this mixture? A} wave B} drink C} burnt D} fellowship [A]B

[Q] Ex 29:42,43 - For the generations to come the burnt offering was to be made regularly at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting before the LORD. There he met with Moses and the Israelites and the place was consecrated by the Lord's what? A} glory B} cherubim C} seraphim D} servants [A]A

[Q] Ex 29:44,45 - The Lord consecrated the Tent of Meeting and the altar as well as and Aaron and his sons to serve as priests. The Lord dwelt among the Israelites as their God so they would know it was He who brought them out of where? A} the Red Sea B} Canaan C} Egypt D} nowhere [A]C

[Q] Ex 30:1 - The altar of incense was made of what kind of wood? A} acacia B} beech C} cyprus D} dogwood [A]A

[Q] Ex 30:2,3 - The altar of incense was square, a cubit long and a cubit wide, and two cubits high and its horns of one piece with it. It was overlaid on the top and all the sides and the horns with what kind of metal? A} platinum B} gold C} silver D} bronze [A]B

[Q] Ex 30:4-6 - Fill in the blank: The altar of incense had two gold rings below the molding - two on opposite sides - to hold the poles used to carry it. The poles were made of acacia wood and overlaid with gold. The altar was in front of the curtain that was before the what? A} bronze basin B} altar of burnt offering C} ark of the Testimony D} golden lampstand [A]C

[Q] Ex 30:7-9 - Aaron was to burn fragrant incense on the altar of incense every morning and again when he lit the lamps at twilight so incense would burn regularly before the LORD. There was to be no other incense offered or any burnt offering or grain offering on the altar and what was not to be poured on it? A} oil B} blood C} perfume offering D} drink offering [A]D

[Q] Ex 30:10 - Once a year, who was to make atonement on the horns of the altar of incense with the blood of the atoning sin offering? A} priests B} Levites C} Moses D} Aaron [A]D

[Q] Ex 30:11,12 - When a census was taken of the Israelites to count them, each one had to pay the LORD a ransom for his life at the time he is counted. Then what would not come on them when they were numbered? A} fear B} plague C} darkness D} enemies [A]B

[Q] Ex 30:13 - Each Israelite counted in the census was to give a half shekel, according to the sanctuary shekel, The sanctuary shekel weighed how many gerahs? A} 20 B} 25 C} 30 D} 50 [A]A

[Q] Ex 30:14-16 - The Israelites counted in the census were to give an offering to the LORD. The rich were not to give more than a half shekel and the poor were not to give less. The money was to be used for the service of the Tent of Meeting. Those required to give an offering were how many years old or older? A} 12 B} 18 C} 20 D} 21 [A]C

[Q] Ex 30:17-19 - The LORD told Moses to make a basin with a stand for washing. It was placed between the Tent of Meeting and the altar with water in it. Aaron and his sons washed their hands and feet with water from it. What metal was used to make this basin? A} platinum B} gold C} silver D} bronze [A]D

[Q] Ex 30:20,21 - Whenever Aaron and his sons entered the Tent of Meeting, they washed with water. When they approached the altar to minister by presenting an offering made to the LORD by fire, they washed their hands and feet. They did this so they would now what? A} faint B} get sores C} die D} track dirt [A]C

[Q] Ex 30:22-25 - The LORD told Moses to take 500 shekels of liquid myrrh, 250 shekels of fragrant cinnamon, 250 shekels of fragrant cane, 500 shekels of cassia, and a hin of olive oil. He was to make these into a what? A} holy drink offering B} sacred anointing oil C} divine healing ointment D} snack for the priests [A]B

[Q] Ex 30:26-29 - The sacred anointing oil was used to anoint the Tent of Meeting, the ark of the Testimony, the table and all its articles, the lampstand and its accessories, the altar of incense, the altar of burnt offering and all its utensils, and the basin with its stand. These were consecrated so that whatever touched them would be what? A} destroyed B} sacrificed C} holy D} unclean [A]C

[Q] Ex 30:30-33 - Aaron and his sons were annointed with the sacred anointing oil and consecrated to serve as priests. This oil was not to be poured on men's bodies and no other oil was to be made with the same formula because it was sacred. Whoever made perfume like it and put it on anyone other than a priest had to be what? A} given 40 lashes B} thrown into prison C} killed D} cut off from his people [A]D

[Q] Ex 30:34-36 - The LORD told Moses to have a perfumer take equal amounts of gum resin, onycha, galbanum, and pure frankincense and make a fragrant blend of incense. It was to be salted and pure and sacred then ground into powder and placed in front of what? A} the Testimony in the Tent of Meeting B} altar of burnt offering C} golden lampstand D} bronze basin [A]A

[Q] Ex 31:1-5 - Who did the Lord choose to make artistic designs for work in gold, silver and bronze, to cut and set stones, to work in wood, and to engage in all kinds of craftsmanship? A} Azalel B} Bezalel C} Uri D} Hur [A]B

[Q] Ex 31:2 - Who was the craftsman who was the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah? A} Azalel B} Bezalel C} Uri D} Hur [A]B

[Q] Ex 31:6 - Who was the craftsman from the tribe of Dan and the son of Ahisamach who was appointed to help Bezalel? A} Oholiab B} Obadiah C} Nadab D} Abihu [A]A

[Q] Ex 31:7-9 - Which of the following did the Lord NOT command Moses to have the craftsmen make? A} the altar of incense B} the ark of the Testimony C} the altar of burnt offering D} the ark of burnt incense [A]D

[Q] Ex 31:13 - What did the Lord say the Israelites must observe as a sign between them for the generations to come? A} Sabbaths B} feasts C} rituals D} sacrifices [A]A

[Q] Ex 31:14 - The Israelites were commanded to observe the Sabbath because it was holy. Anyone who desecrated it must be what? A} put in prison B} put in chains C} put to death D} put to bed [A]C

[Q] Ex 31:14 - Anyone who did any work on the Sabbath day must be what? A} paid B} rewarded C} cut off from working D} cut off from his people [A]D

[Q] Ex 31:15 - For six days, work is to be done, but the seventh day is a Sabbath of what? A} worship B} work C} rest D} prayer [A]C

[Q] Ex 31:16 - The Israelites are to observe the Sabbath, celebrating it for the generations to come as a lasting what? A} atonement B} bond C} covenant D} memorial [A]C

[Q] Ex 31:18 - When the LORD finished speaking to Moses on Mount Sinai, he gave him the two tablets of the Testimony, the tablets of stone inscribed by what? A} the chisel of Moses B} the finger of God C} angels of the Lord D} lightning [A]B

[Q] Ex 32:1 - When the people saw that Moses was so long in coming down from the mountain, they gathered around one of the Israelite men and said, "Come, make us gods who will go before us. As for this fellow Moses who brought us up out of Egypt, we don't know what has happened to him." Who was this man? A} Aaron B} Joshua C} Caleb D} Nun [A]A

[Q] Ex 32:2-4 - When the Israelites asked Aaron to make them gods, he told them to bring him their gold earrings. He took what they handed him and made it into an idol. What shape did he cast the idol into? A} camel B} ox C} calf D} lamb [A]C

[Q] Ex 32:5,6 - Aaron built an altar in front of the golden calf and announced a festival to the Lord. After the people sacrificed burnt offerings and presented fellowship offerings, they sat down to eat and drink and got up to indulge in what? A} gluttony B} revelry C} debauchery D} hanky-panky [A]B

[Q] Ex 32:7,8 - When the Israelites bowed down and sacrificed to the calf, the LORD told Moses to go down to the people he had brought up out of Egypt because they had become what? A} tired B} repentant C} angry D} corrupt [A]D

[Q] Ex 32:9,10 - The Lord told Moses that the Israelites were a stiff-necked people and to leave him alone so that his anger might burn against them and that he might destroy them. Then the Lord said he would make Moses into a great what? A} nation B} leader C} father D} speaker [A]A

[Q] Ex 32: 11,12 - Fill in the blank: "O LORD," Moses said, "why should your anger burn against your people, whom you brought out of Egypt with great power and a mighty hand? Why should the Egyptians say, 'It was with evil intent that he brought them out, to kill them in the mountains and to wipe them off the face of the earth'? Turn from your fierce anger; relent and do not bring ________ on your people." A} shame B} guilt C} fear D} disaster [A]D

[Q] Ex 32:13,14 - Moses asked the Lord to remember His servants Abraham, Isaac and Israel, to whom He swore to make their descendants as numerous as the stars in the sky and to give their descendants all the land He promised them as their inheritance forever. Then the LORD did not bring on His people the disaster he had threatened but did what? A} repented B} relented C} forgave D} forgot [A]B

[Q] Ex 32:15-17 - Moses went down the mountain with the two tablets of the Testimony in his hands. They were inscribed on both sides, front and back. They were the work of God; the writing was the writing of God, engraved on the tablets. 17 When Joshua heard the noise of the people shouting in the camp he told Moses it was the sound of what? A} cheering B} wailing C} war D} peace [A]C

[Q] Ex 32:18-20 - When Moses approached the camp and saw the calf and the dancing, his anger burned and he threw the tablets out of his hands, breaking them to pieces at the foot of the mountain. He took the calf they had made and burned it in the fire; then he ground it to powder, scattered it on the water and made the Israelites do what? A} drink it B} bathe in it C} cook with it D} bottle it [A]A

[Q] Ex 32:24 Who said, "Then they gave me the gold, and I threw it into the fire, and out came this calf!"? A} The Lord B} Moses C} Aaron D} Joshua [A]C

[Q] Ex 32:25,26 - Moses saw that the people were running wild and that Aaron had let them get out of control and so become a laughingstock to their enemies. So he stood at the entrance to the camp and said, "Whoever is for the LORD, come to me." Which tribe rallied to him? A} Benjamin B} Judah C} Dan D} Levi [A]D

[Q] Ex 32:27,28 - Moses said to the Levites, "This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: 'Each man strap a sword to his side. Go back and forth through the camp from one end to the other, each killing his brother and friend and neighbor.' " So the Levites did as Moses commanded, and that day about how many of the people died? A} one thousand B} two thousand C} three thousand D} five thousand [A]C

[Q] Ex 32:31,32 - Moses went to the LORD and said, "Oh, what a great sin these people have committed! They have made themselves gods of gold. But now, please forgive their sin." Moses said if the Lord could not forgive them to do what? A} "send us all back to the land of Egypt" B} "remove me as leader of your people" C} "write my name with the list of sinners" D} "blot me out of the book you have written" [A]D

[Q] Ex 32:33-35 - After the people worshiped the calf, the LORD said that whoever sinned against Him would be blotted out of His book. He then told Moses to lead the people to the place He spoke of and His angel would go before them. However, the time would come for Him to punish them for their sin. With what did the LORD punish the people? A} famine B} plague C} war D} time-out [A]B

[Q] Ex 33:1 - The LORD told Moses to take the people he brought up out of Egypt and go up to the land God promised on oath to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Who did God send to drive out the Canaanites, Amorites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites? A} angel B} army C} Aaron D} ambassadors [A]A

[Q] Ex 33:3 - The Lord told Moses and the Israelites to go up to the land flowing with milk and what? A} oil B} wine C} honey D} cookies [A]C

[Q] Ex 33:4-6 - The Lord called the Israelites a stiff-necked people and would not go with them because he might destroy them. When the people heard this they were distressed, began to mourn, and stripped off what at Mount Horeb? A} tunics B} sandals C} head-coverings D} ornaments [A]D

[Q] Ex 33:7 - Moses used to take a tent and pitch it outside the camp some distance away. Anyone inquiring of the LORD would go to this tent outside the camp. Moses called it the tent of what? A} atonement B} meeting C} praying D} worship [A]B

[Q] Ex 33:8,9 - Whenever Moses went to the tent of meeting, all the people rose and stood at the entrances to their tents, watching Moses until he entered the tent. As Moses went into the tent, what would come down and stay at the entrance, while the LORD spoke with Moses? A} the pillar of fire B} a veil C} the pillar of cloud D} the Levites [A]C

[Q] Ex 33:10,11 - Whenever the people saw the pillar of cloud standing at the entrance to the tent of meeting, they all stood and worshiped, each at the entrance to his tent. The LORD would speak to Moses face to face, as a man speaks with his friend. Then Moses would return to the camp, but who did not leave the tent? A} Caleb B} Aaron C} Nun D} Joshua [A]D

[Q] Ex 33:12-14 - Moses wanted to know whom the Lord would send with him to lead His people. The LORD replied that His Presence would go with Moses and He would give Moses what? A} rest B} strength C} power D} visions [A]A

[Q] Ex 33:15-18 - Moses said that if the Lord's Presence did not go with them, no one would know that the Lord was pleased with Moses and the Israelites and no one could distinguish them from all the other people on the face of the earth. The Lord said he would do the very thing Moses asked, because He was pleased with Moses and knew him by name. What did Moses then request? A} "Now show me your way." B} "Now show me your glory." C} "Lord, hear my prayer." D} "Lord, take control." [A]B

[Q] Ex 33:19,20 - The LORD said he would cause all His goodness to pass in front of Moses. Because no one may see the Lord and live, what did he tell Moses he could not see? A} his throne B} heaven C} his face D} his feet [A]C

[Q] Ex 33:21-23 - The LORD said Moses could stand on a rock and when his glory passed by, He would put Moses in a cleft in the rock and cover him with his hand until He passed by. Then the Lord would remove his hand and Moses would see the Lord's what? A} face B} robe C} majesty D} back [A]D

[Q] Ex 34:1 - The Lord told Moses to chisel out two stone tablets so that the Lord could write on them the words that were on the first tablets. What did Moses do with the first tablets? A} lost B} hid C} broke D} swallowed [A]C

[Q] Ex 34:2,3 - The Lord told Moses to present himself on top of Mount Sinai and that no one was to come with him, not even the flocks and herds were to graze in front of the mountain. When was Moses told to be ready to do this? A} early in the morning B} during the afternoon C} before nightfall D} at midnight [A]A

[Q] Ex 34:4,5 - Moses went up Mount Sinai early in the morning carrying the two stone tablets. The LORD proclaimed his name and stood there with him in a what? A} ark B} basin C} cloud D} dream [A]C

[Q] Ex 34:6,7 - The Lord passed in front of Moses, proclaiming, "The LORD, the LORD, the compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness, maintaining love to thousands, and forgiving wickedness, rebellion and sin." The Lord does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children and their children for the sin of the fathers to which generation(s)? A} second B} third C} fourth D} third and fourth [A]D

[Q] Ex 34:8,9 - Moses bowed to the ground and worshiped the Lord. He asked the Lord to go with them, to forgive their wickedness and sin, and to take them as what? A} an offering B} his inheritance C} sinners D} adopted children [A]B

[Q] Ex 34: 10,11 - The LORD made a covenant to do wonders never before done in any nation in all the world. If Israel obeyed what the Lord commanded, what would he do to the Amorites, Canaanites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites? A} save them B} confuse their language C} forget them D} drive them out [A]D

[Q] Ex 34:12,13 - Israel was not to make a treaty with those living in the Promised Land but were to break down their altars, smash their sacred stones, and cut down their Asherah poles or they would become what among the Israelites? A} snare B} disease C} laughingstock D} legend [A]A

[Q] Ex 34:14 - Do not worship any other god, for the LORD is what kind of God? A} awesome B} mighty C} zealous D} jealous [A]D

[Q] Ex 34:15 - So that the Israelites would not be invited to eat sacrifices to other gods, they were told not to make this with those who lived in the land. What was it? A} treaty B} war C} wine D} friends [A]A

[Q] Ex 34:17 - Fill in the blank: "Do not make cast _____." A} irons B} idols C} bronzes D} parties [A]B

[Q] Ex 34:18 - The Feast of Unleavened Bread was celebrated in the month of Abib, the month the Israelites came out of Egypt. How many days did they eat bread made without yeast? A} 1 B} 3 C} 5 D} 7 [A]D

[Q] Ex 34:19,20 - God gave these instructions: "The first offspring of every womb belongs to me, including all the firstborn males of your livestock, whether from herd or flock. Redeem the firstborn donkey with a lamb, but if you do not redeem it, break its neck. Redeem all your firstborn sons." No one was to appear before the Lord how? A} fully-stocked B} under-prepared C} empty-handed D} over-loaded [A]C

[Q] Ex 34:21 - Six days were for labor but the seventh day was for what? A} study B} payment C} rest D} football [A]C

[Q] Ex 34:22,23 - The Feast of Weeks was celebrated with the firstfruits of the wheat harvest, and the Feast of Ingathering was celebrated at the turn of the year. How many time per year were the Israelite men to appear before the Sovereign LORD God of Israel? A} 1 B} 2 C} 3 D} 4 [A]C

[Q] Ex 34:25 - The Lord commanded the Israelites not to offer the blood of a sacrifice along with anything containing yeast and to not let any of the sacrifice from the Passover Feast remain until A} midnight B} morning C} noon D} next week [A]B

[Q] Ex 34:26 - The Israelites were commanded not to cook a young goat in its mother's what? A} milk B} blood C} intestines D} skin [A]A

[Q] Ex 34:28 - Moses was there with the LORD without eating bread or drinking water and he wrote on the tablets the words of the covenant-the Ten Commandments. How long was Moses with God? A} 3 days and 3 nights B} 1 week C} 1 month D} 40 days and 40 nights [A]D

[Q] Ex 34:29 - When Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the two tablets of the Testimony in his hands, he was not aware that something was radiant because he had spoken with the LORD. What was it? A} his face B} the sun C} the heavens D} his teeth [A]A

[Q] Ex 34:30-32 - When Aaron and all the Israelites saw Moses, his face was radiant, and they were afraid to come near him. But Moses called to them; so Aaron and all the leaders of the community came back to him, and he spoke to them. Afterward all the Israelites came near him, and he gave them all the commands the LORD had given him where? A} Egypt B} Mount Sinai C} the desert D} Jordan River [A]B

[Q] Ex 34:33-35 - When Moses was with the Israelites, he would put this over his face. But whenever he entered the LORD's presence to speak with him, he removed this until he came out. What was it? A} hand B} wool C} veil D} blood [A]C

All questions are taken from the New International Version of the Holy Bible.


Last updated on 11/12/07