5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Pharaoh necho
- a When Samuel was old enough she went back to the place where she had prayed and said to Eli the priest, "Do you remember me? I am the woman that cried and prayed for this child and He answered my prayer. Now I give him to the Lord and I will leave him with you to learn and work with you
- b according to the Books of Samuel, the name of a priest of Shiloh, and one of the last Israelite Judges before the rule of kings in ancient Israel.abruptly appears when Hannah, who is childless, prays to God for a child.
- c son of Psammetichus I. He played a significant role in the histories of the Assyrian Empire, Babylonia and the Kingdom of Judah,personally led a sizable force to help the Assyrians.
- d iterally means "anointed (one)". This refers to being anointed with the Holy anointing oil as described in Exodus.
- e is a person or agency considered to be a source of wise counsel or prophetic opinion. It may also be a revealed prediction or precognition of the future, from deities, that is spoken through another object or life-form
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- king of the Kingdom of Judah, not counting queen Athaliah's reign
- is the Phoenician queen of ancient Israel. Her story is told in 1st and 2nd Kings. She is introduced as a Phoenician princess, the daughter of King Ethobaal of Tyre. Her father was the king of the entirety of the Phoenician empire
- was the owner of a portion of ground on the eastern slope of the hill of Jezreel. Described as a small "plat of ground", the vineyard seems to have been all he possessed and lay close to the palace of Ahab, who wished to acquire to "have it for a garden of herbs" (probably as a ceremonial garden for Baal worship
- warns the people of Israel to turn back to YHWH.
- was the husband of Bathsheba, whom David had murdered by putting him in the front of a battle, so that David could have _______ wife
5 True/False Questions
Josiah → - King of Judah (r.c.640-609 BC) who restored its independence and undertook religious reforms, destroying idols and establishing the Great Temple at Jerusalem as the only official place of worship. His ambitions ended in defeat by the Egyptians at Megiddo.
Tamar → King of Israel (c.869-850 BCE), son of Omri and husband of Jezebel, a Sidonian princess. He defeated the armies of Damascus and came into conflict with Assyria.
Day of Yahweh → a day of final judgment
hebron → an ancient city located in the Upper Galilee, north of the Sea of Galilee andthe seat of Jabin, the king of Canaan, whose commander, Sisera, led a Canaanite army against Barak, but was ultimately defeated
Gilgal → appearances in 1-2 Samuel reflect her confinement as a woman caught in the fierce struggle over the kingship between her father, Saul, and her husband, David