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    1.) At creation, God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. What did He call the gathering together of the waters?

    2.) The whole earth had one language and the same words. What did they plan to do to stop themselves being scattered abroad?
           Cast lots and allot each man an area to call his own.
           Make treaties with the nations around them.
           Build a city and a tower with its top in the heavens.
           Make each of the patriarchs learn another language.

    3.) Who was the prophet that told Eli the priest that both of his sons would die on one day?
           He is not named.

    4.) What was unusual about the one cluster of grapes that the spies in Canaan land cut down?
           It had been in the sun for one decade and had turned into raisins.
           The grapes were green, but all the other grapes on the vine were black.
           It was undersized, and Joshua wondered why they bothered cutting it.
           It was so big that it took two men with a pole to carry it.

    5.) Pharaoh's butler told him that he and the baker had both had dreams on one night, and that they were interpreted by a Hebrew who was the servant to the captain of the guard. Who was he talking about?

    6.) Jesus likened the kingdom of heaven to a merchant man, who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and...
           sold his family into slavery to attain it.
           sold all that he had, and bought it.
           asked his father for a loan so he could buy it.
           plotted with the chief priests how they might kill the man who owned it.

    7.) In the parable of the talents, what did the servant who received one talent do with it?
           He traded with it and made another two talents.
           He gave it to the treasury and earned interest on it.
           He put it in his camel's saddlebag and hid it.
           He dug a hole in the ground and hid the money.

    8.) In the sermon on the mount, Jesus said,... 'Even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.' What was he talking about?
           Lilies of the field
           The daughters of the king

    9.) One of the twelve disciples went to the chief priests, and said to them, 'What will you give me if I will deliver Jesus to you?' And they covenanted with him for thirty pieces of silver. Who was this man?
           Simon Barjonah
           Judas Iscariot
           James, the son of Zebedee
           James, the son of Alphaeus

    10.) Jesus said to Peter, 'What, could ye not watch with me one hour?' What were the disciples doing when he said it?
           Talking amongst themselves.
           Playing a game of dice.
           Eating the leftovers from the last supper.

    11.) The writer of Hebrews described Esau as immoral and profane because for one morsel of meat he sold...
           his birthright.
           his brother into slavery.
           his land to the Assyrians.
           his father's graven images.

    12.) The book of Revelation describes the destruction of a great city, whose judgment comes in one hour, and for which the kings of the earth lament. What city is that?

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