5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Davidic covenant
- Zedekiah (597-587)
- a last king of Judah before the destruction of the kingdom by Babylon. He was the third son of Josiah, and his mother was Hamutal,but when Nebuchadnezzar II placed him on the throne as the successor to Jehoiachin, he changed his name to_____________
- b is only referred to incidentally in Saul's history (1 Samuel 17:55, 26:5), and is not mentioned in the account of the disastrous battle of Gilboa when Saul's power was crushed
- c was king of Judah, succeeding his father Solomon. His mother was Naamah "the Ammonitess." Albright has dated his reign to 922 - 915 BC
- d establishes David and his descendants as the rightful kings of Judah until the Messiah comes
- e was placed in charge of the Assyrian Empire while his father, Sargon II, was on campaign.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- ancient city of central Palestine in present-day northwest Jordan. It was founded in the ninth century B.C. as the capital of the northern kingdom of Israel, also known as Samaria
- 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
- is the place at which the book of Deuteronomy in the Hebrew Bible states that the Ten Commandments were given to Moses by God.
- was a shepherd from Tekoa, a town in Judea between Bethlehem and Hebron. In describing his calling, he said, "I am no prophet, nor a prophet's son; but I am a herdsman, and a dresser of sycamore trees"minor prophets
- 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 True/False Questions
1st deportation to Babylon → is talk about, or the study of, the "last things" (e.g. end of the world, heaven, hell, judgment).
Amaziah, priest of bethel → Hophni and Phinehas, meanwhile, were behaving wickedly, for example by taking for themselves all the prime cuts of meat from sacrifices, and by having sex with the women who served at the sanctuary entrance.
Jericho → - 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.
Hezekiah → king of the Kingdom of Judah, not counting queen Athaliah's reign
Michal → is when the Book of Joshua states that the Israelites first encamped there after having crossed the Jordan River. In the narrative, after setting up camp, Joshua orders the Israelites to take twelve stones from the river, one for each tribe, and place them there in memory.