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This Quiz: Offerings in the Bible

    1.) What offering did Cain bring to the Lord?
           Seven bullocks and seven rams.
           The fruit of the ground.

    2.) Who did God tell Abraham to offer for a burnt offering?
           His son Ishmael.
           His son Isaac.
           His servant Eleizer.
           His wife Sarah.

    3.) Psalms 51 tells us, "The sacrifices of God are..."
           Silver and gold.
           The firstfruits of the crop.
           Obedience and a listening ear.
           A broken spirit.

    4.) God gave very specific directions about what the peace offering was to be like to be accepted. What was it?
           It could be maimed, but it could not be blind.
           It did not matter if it had diseased skin but it was not to be old.
           It was not to be less than three years old.
           It should be perfect and without blemish.

    5.) Who made this promise to the Lord? "Then it shall be, that whatsoever cometh forth of the doors of my house to meet me, when I return in peace from the children of Ammon, shall surely be the LORD'S, and I will offer it up for a burnt offering."

    6.) This man and his wife looked on while the angel of the Lord "did wondrously" to their offering (in that when the flame went up from the offering, the angel ascended in the flame of the altar)

    7.) The Lord told Samuel, "I have sworn unto the house of Eli, that the iniquity of Eli's house shall not be purged with sacrifice nor offering for ever." What was the reason He said this?
           Eli and his sons were secretly worshipping idols.
           Eli's sons had both died on the same day.
           Eli's sons were vile and Eli did not restrain them.
           Eli's wife had slept with her sons.

    8.) Saul did not wait for Samuel to arrive at the appointed place, but offered the burnt offering himself. What was Samuel's response to this?
           He commended Saul for his initiative.
           He told Saul that he had done foolishly and that his kingdom would cease to Israel.
           He called down fire from heaven to consume the peace offering.
           He would not attend the ceremony but went straight to Gibeah.

    9.) The Lord spoke to Job's three friends and told them that he was angry with them, and that they should make a burnt offering and get Job to pray for them. Why?
           They had told Job to curse God and die.
           They had told Job that his wife should curse God and die.
           They had not spoken of God what is right.
           They had accused Job of sinning.

    10.) How have we been sanctified?
           Through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all.
           Through the offering of our prayer for the necessity of the saints.
           Through the offering of our good works.
           Through the offering of our love for one another.

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