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Category: The Prophets

This Quiz: Bad News in OT Prophecy

    1.) What was the curse that God prophesied to the serpent when He was in the Garden of Eden?
           Thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field.
           Upon thy belly shalt thou go.
           Dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life.
           All of the above.

    2.) Micaiah told the king that his prophets were lying to him and Zedekiah struck him on the cheek and said, "Which way went the spirit of the LORD from me to speak unto thee?" What did Micaiah do?
           Micaiah told him that he would know when he was running to find somewhere to hide from the king.
           He struck Zedekiah back twice as hard and killed him.
           He threw a javelin at him and struck him through the heart.
           He cursed him and his family with leprosy forever.

    3.) King Saul was so distressed that he got a witch to call up the spirit of Samuel to speak to him about what he should do. What did Samuel tell Saul?
           He said, "Why speak to me, since God is your enemy?"
           The Lord will deliver Israel into the hands of the Philistines.
           You and your sons will die and be with me tomorrow.
           All of the above.

    4.) Gehazi (servant of Elisha) lied to his master about what he had just done. What disease did Elisha speak into his life for this?

    5.) A man of God spoke a prophecy against the altar on which Jeroboam was burning incense. When Jeroboam heard this, he put his hand forth and told his men to apprehend the prophet. What happened then?
           The king's hand shriveled.
           The king dropped dead.
           The prophet dropped dead.
           One of the kings men threw a javelin and pinned the prophet to the wall.

    6.) Elijah found King Ahab and prophesied against him because he had "sold himself to work evil in the sight of the Lord." What did he say concerning Ahab's wife?
           She would be taken away as a captive to Babylon.
           She would die by the sword of the man whose land she stole.
           The dogs would eat her by the wall of Jezreel.
           She had provoked the anger of God by causing Israel to sin.

    7.) Just prior to the flood, God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart. And the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth. Who was the man that found grace in the eyes of the Lord?

    8.) Which of the following did Jeremiah the prophet speak against Jehoiakim the son of Joash?
           They shall not lament for him.
           He shall be buried with the burial of an ass, drawn and cast forth beyond the gates of Jerusalem.
           I will give thee into the hand of them that seek thy life, and into the hand of them whose face thou fearest, even into the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon.
           All of the above AND that he would be childless.

    9.) God told Ezekiel that his wife would die and he was not to mourn for her. What was the peoples' response to this?
           They sought to take his life.
           They went to the high priest and asked for Ezekiel to be brought to trial.
           They asked him to tell them why he did these things and what relevance it had to them.
           They didn't respond. It was a very stoic society.

    10.) A baker who was in prison with Joseph had a dream in which birds were eating bread from three baskets on his head. Joseph interpreted the dream for him. What did it mean?
           He would have three children of his own but would feed many other people as well.
           Within three days Pharaoh would lift his head off and hang him on a tree for the birds of the air to eat.
           He would hire three underlings who would steal his profits.
           He would be restored to his former position but have to work three times harder than he had previously.

    11.) God asked Hosea to do a most unusual thing as a symbol of His relationship with Israel. What was it?
           Marry a whore.
           Kill his children.
           Carry a millstone around his neck.
           Walk around naked and without washing.

    12.) 1 Kings 14:1-18 tells the story of how Ahijah the prophet told Jeroboam's wife that their son would die (and he did.) What was unusual about the consultation that the prophet had with the woman?
           There was no one else present at the meeting.
           The woman was pretending to be someone else, but the prophet recognized her even although he could not see.
           The prophet had been called to the palace and they had a huge feast in his honour.
           She offered him half of the kingdom if he would heal the boy.

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