Bible Challenge

Challenge #1 – A Bible Quiz

  1.      How many books are there in the whole Bible?
  2.      How many books are there in the Old Testament?
  3.      How many books are there in the New Testament?
  4.      In which Testament would you look for the Sermon on the Mount?
  5.      In which Testament would you look for the story of Jonah and the great fish?
  6.      How many of the New Testament books are called the Gospels?
  7.      In what book of the Bible would you read about Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego?
  8.      What is the first book in the Bible?
  9.      What is the last book in the Bible?
  10.      If you opened the Bible in the middle, what book would you find?

Challenge #2 – What Relation?

How are the following Bible characters related?

  1.      Cain and Abel (Genesis 4, especially v.8)
  2.      Abraham and Isaac (Genesis 21, especially v.3)
  3.      Mary and Martha (Luke 10:38,39)
  4.      Aquila and Priscilla (Acts 18:2)
  5.      Moses and Aaron (Exodus 4:14)
  6.      Eunice and Lois (2 Timothy 1:5)
  7.      Peter and Andrew (Matthew 4:18)
  8.      Ananias and Sapphira (Acts 5)
  9.      Joseph and Benjamin (Genesis 42:3,4)
  10.      David and Absalom (2 Samuel 18:33)


Challenge #3 – A Bible Town Acrostic

The first letter of each answer forms the name of a Bible town you know.

The name of Jacob’s youngest son. (Genesis 35:18)
A stone that told what God had done. (1 Samuel 7:12)
A saint who showed great unbelief. (John 20:24)
One who to God poured out her grief. (1 Samuel 1:15)
A man to save his life who fled. (Genesis 19:18-22)
A queen who filled another’s stead. (Esther 2:17)
A king who had God’s witness slain. (Matthew 14:3-11)
And a man whose prayers stayed the rain. (1 Kings 17:1)
He lived the longest here below. (Genesis 5:25)
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