1st & 2nd Samuel Dig Site 6

1st & 2nd Samuel Dig Site 6

Genesis Dig Site 9 Blue Level Questions How did God fulfill His promise to Abraham and Sarah? (21:1-2) 1. Sarah had a child. 2. He was born at the very time the

Lord promised. 3. He was born when Abraham was in his old age. 4. All of the above How did God fulfill His promise to Abraham and Sarah? (21:1-2) 1. Sarah had a child.

2. He was born at the very time the Lord promised. 3. He was born when Abraham was in his old age. 4. All of the above What did the Lord do for Sarah? (21:1-2)

1. He kept his promise and she had a son. 2. He kept His promise to give her long life. 3. He gave her a daughter. 4. All of the above What did the Lord do for Sarah? (21:1-2)

1. He kept his promise and she had a son. 2. He kept His promise to give her long life. 3. He gave her a daughter. 4. All of the above What happened at the very time God

promised? (21:2) 1. An angel came to tell Sarah she would have a daughter. 2. Abrahams son was born. 3. A family brought a son for Abraham to adopt. 4. All of the above

What happened at the very time God promised? (21:2) 1. An angel came to tell Sarah she would have a daughter. 2. Abrahams son was born. 3. A family brought a son for Abraham to adopt. 4. All of the above

What did the Lord command Abraham to do when Isaac was eight days old? (21:4) 1. Sacrifice him. 2. Circumcise him. 3. Take him to Harran. 4. All of the above

What did the Lord command Abraham to do when Isaac was eight days old? (21:4) 1. Sacrifice him. 2. Circumcise him. 3. Take him to Harran. 4. All of the above How old was Abraham when Isaac was born?

(21:5) 1. 80 years old 2. 90 years old 3. 100 years old 4. 110 years old How old was Abraham when Isaac was born? (21:5)

1. 80 years old 2. 90 years old 3. 100 years old 4. 110 years old What did Sarah say God had brought her? (21:6)

1. Laughter 2. Tears 3. Something to smile about 4. Something she had always wanted What did Sarah say God had brought her? (21:6) 1. Laughter

2. Tears 3. Something to smile about 4. Something she had always wanted Why did Abraham go to the region of Moriah? (22:2) 1. To make a treaty with the Canaanites

2. To move his tents 3. To sacrifice Isaac 4. All of the above Why did Abraham go to the region of Moriah? (22:2) 1. To make a treaty with the Canaanites

2. To move his tents 3. To sacrifice Isaac 4. All of the above Who told Abraham to go to the region of Moriah? (22:2) 1. Sarah 2. Eliezer

3. God 4. Isaac Who told Abraham to go to the region of Moriah? (22:2) 1. Sarah 2. Eliezer 3. God

4. Isaac What did Abraham take with him to the region of Moriah? (22:3) 1. His son Isaac 2. Two servants 3. Wood for the burnt offering 4. All of the above

What did Abraham take with him to the region of Moriah? (22:3) 1. His son Isaac 2. Two servants 3. Wood for the burnt offering 4. All of the above

How long did Abraham wait to obey the Lord? (22:3) 1. He left early the next morning. 2. He waited a month. 3. He never did what God asked. 4. He waited until the weather was better.

How long did Abraham wait to obey the Lord? (22:3) 1. He left early the next morning. 2. He waited a month. 3. He never did what God asked. 4. He waited until the weather was better.

How long did it take to get to the region of Moriah? (22:4) 1. Three days 2. Two days 3. One day 4. All of the above How long did it take to get to the region of

Moriah? (22:4) 1. Three days 2. Two days 3. One day 4. All of the above Who did not go the entire way to the mountain of Moriah with Abraham? (22:5)

1. Isaac 2. The servants and the donkey 3. Just the donkey 4. Just the servants Who did not go the entire way to the mountain of Moriah with Abraham? (22:5)

1. Isaac 2. The servants and the donkey 3. Just the donkey 4. Just the servants What happened when Abraham and Isaac got to Moriah? (22:6) 1. Isaac carried the wood needed for

the offering. 2. Isaac ran away. 3. The servants would not let Abraham take Isaac. 4. All of the above What happened when Abraham and Isaac got to Moriah? (22:6)

1. Isaac carried the wood needed for the offering. 2. Isaac ran away. 3. The servants would not let Abraham take Isaac. 4. All of the above What did Abraham say when Isaac asked about the lamb for the sacrifice? (22:8)

1. I dont know where it is. 2. God himself will provide the lamb. 3. We dont need a lamb this time. 4. All of the above What did Abraham say when Isaac asked about the lamb for the sacrifice? (22:8)

1. I dont know where it is. 2. God himself will provide the lamb. 3. We dont need a lamb this time. 4. All of the above What did Abraham do when he reached the place the Lord told him about? (22:9) 1. He raised a tent and lived there for a

week. 2. He built an altar and placed Isaac on it. 3. He asked the Lord what to do next. 4. He sacrificed a goat. What did Abraham do when he reached the place the Lord told him about? (22:9) 1. He raised a tent and lived there for a

week. 2. He built an altar and placed Isaac on it. 3. He asked the Lord what to do next. 4. He sacrificed a goat. Why would Abraham have as many descendants as stars in the sky? (22:12, 16-18) 1. He feared God.

2. He did not withhold his only son. 3. He obeyed God. 4. All of the above Why would Abraham have as many descendants as stars in the sky? (22:12, 16-18) 1. He feared God. 2. He did not withhold his only son.

3. He obeyed God. 4. All of the above What stopped Abraham from sacrificing his son? (22:11-12) 1. He loved his son too much to harm him. 2. The angel of the Lord told Abraham, Do not lay a hand on the boy.

3. His servants ran up the hill and stopped him. 4. A ram jumped on the altar. What stopped Abraham from sacrificing his son? (22:11-12) 1. He loved his son too much to harm him. 2. The angel of the Lord told Abraham,

Do not lay a hand on the boy. 3. His servants ran up the hill and stopped him. 4. A ram jumped on the altar. What did Abraham sacrifice in place of his son? (22:13) 1. A dove that landed nearby

2. A calf he brought just in case. 3. A ram he saw caught in a thicket. 4. All of the above What did Abraham sacrifice in place of his son? (22:13) 1. A dove that landed nearby 2. A calf he brought just in case.

3. A ram he saw caught in a thicket. 4. All of the above What did Abraham call the place where Isaac was almost sacrificed? (22:14) 1. The Lord saved my son. 2. My son was spared. 3. The Lord is gracious.

4. The Lord Will Provide. What did Abraham call the place where Isaac was almost sacrificed? (22:14) 1. The Lord saved my son. 2. My son was spared. 3. The Lord is gracious. 4. The Lord Will Provide.

What did the angel of the Lord say about Abraham? (22:16-17) 1. Abraham would be blessed. 2. Abraham did a good job. 3. Abraham should not have tried to kill his own son 4. All of the above

What did the angel of the Lord say about Abraham? (22:16-17) 1. Abraham would be blessed. 2. Abraham did a good job. 3. Abraham should not have tried to kill his own son 4. All of the above

What did Abraham do after the angel of the Lord appeared to him? (22:19) 1. He stayed in that area for 40 days worshipping the Lord. 2. He returned to his servants and set off for Beersheba. 3. He went back to Harran to visit

relatives. 4. All of the above What did Abraham do after the angel of the Lord appeared to him? (22:19) 1. He stayed in that area for 40 days worshipping the Lord. 2. He returned to his servants and set off

for Beersheba. 3. He went back to Harran to visit relatives. 4. All of the above

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