Monday, July 16, 2018

Answer 1: The Word.

Answer 2: The Light.

Answer 3: Lamb of God.

Answer 4: Immanuel.

Answer 1: Let the Hebrews go into the wilderness for three days to make a sacrifice to God.

Answer 2: Let them live in Egypt as free people.

Answer 3: Let them leave Egypt.

Answer 4: Let them build an altar.

Answer 1: The clothing and gold and silver jewelry of their neighbors.

Answer 2: Nothing but the clothes on their back.

Answer 3: Forty days of food and water.

Answer 4: All of their flocks.

Answer 1: A serpent.

Answer 2: A sword.

Answer 3: A rod of flame.

Answer 4: An iPod.

Answer 1: Making his hand appear to have leprosy, then restoring it to health.

Answer 2: Changing water into wine.

Answer 3: Turning the Nile River into blood.

Answer 4: Creating a pillar of fire.

Answer 1: Pillar of fire.

Answer 2: Healing the leprous hand.

Answer 3: Serpent into staff.

Answer 4: Water into blood.

Answer 1: Anointed his brother Aaron as his spokesman.

Answer 2: Turned a serpent into a staff.

Answer 3: Gave Moses the gift of oratory.

Answer 4: Turned water into blood.

Answer 1: Zipporah.

Answer 2: Jethro.

Answer 3: Aaron.

Answer 4: Reuel.

Answer 1: Colossians.

Answer 2: 1 Corinthians.

Answer 3: Philippians.

Answer 4: 2 Corinthians.

Answer 1: Aaron.

Answer 2: Jochebed.

Answer 3: Ramesses.

Answer 4: Sephora.

Answer 1: Aaron.

Answer 2: Isaac.

Answer 3: Esau.

Answer 4: Malone.

Answer 1: He forced them to gather their own straw for making bricks.

Answer 2: He had them whipped.

Answer 3: He doubled their quota for making bricks.

Answer 4: He made them fetch their own water.

Exodus 5:6-10

Answer 1: Making bricks from mud.

Answer 2: Hauling giant stones for pyramids.

Answer 3: Farming rice on the Nile.

Answer 4: Picking cotton.

Answer 1: Luke

Answer 2: Matthew

Answer 3: John.

Answer 4: Romans.

Luke 11:9

Answer 1: The children of God.

Answer 2: The angels.

Answer 3: Jesus and John the Baptist.

Answer 4: The prophets.

John 1:10

Answer 1: Moses.

Answer 2: God (Yahweh).

Answer 3: Joseph.

Answer 4: Potifer.

Exodus 5:19-21

Answer 1: Exodus.

Answer 2: Genesis.

Answer 3: Isaiah.

Answer 4: Revelation.

Answer 1: Yahweh (Jehovah).

Answer 2: I AM.

Answer 3: Adonai.

Answer 4: Elohim.

This is a very confusing issue, because according to the Hebrew text of Genesis, Abraham worshiped God under the name "Yahweh".

Answer 1: Gospel of John.

Answer 2: 2 John.

Answer 3: Gospel of Luke.

Answer 4: 1 Corinthians.

Answer 1: He had a speech impediment.

Answer 2: He had lived in the wilderness as a shepherd for decades and was not used to fine speech.

Answer 3: Although he spoke the languages of the Egyptians and Midianites, he was not (at that time) fluent in Hebrew.

Answer 4: He could not read and was uneducated.

Answer 1: Levi.

Answer 2: Reuben.

Answer 3: Dan.

Answer 4: Cohen.

Answer 1: Turned it into blood.

Answer 2: Made it dry up.

Answer 3: Made it flood.

Answer 4: Filled it with salt water.

Exodus 6:20-22

Answer 1: Aaron's serpent ate all of Pharaoh's serpents.

Answer 2: At Aaron's command, Pharaoh's serpents attacked him.

Answer 3: Pharaoh's serpents were harmless, but Aaron's was a cobra.

Answer 4: Aaron was able to turn his serpent back into a staff.

Exodus 7:7-9

Answer 1: Aaron was 83 and Moses was 80.

Answer 2: Moses was 43 and Aaron was 40.

Answer 3: Aaron was 43 and Moses was 40.

Answer 4: Moses was 43, but we do not know Aaron's age.

Exodus 7:4-6

Answer 1: By promising that he saw the events himself.

Answer 2: By appealing to the power of the Holy Spirit.

Answer 3: By healing the sick, even with his shadow.

Answer 4: By telling us to look within our own hearts for proof, in prayer.

2 Peter 1:14-16

Answer 1: Peter, in 2 Peter.

Answer 2: John, in 2 John.

Answer 3: Paul, in 2 Corinthians.

Answer 4: Timothy, in 2 Timothy.

2 Peter 1:20-21

Answer 1: Frogs all over the place.

Answer 2: Gnats getting into everything.

Answer 3: Raining amphibians.

Answer 4: Weird skin diseases.

Exodus 8:1-3

Answer 1: They died and stank to high heaven.

Answer 2: They jumped back into the Nile.

Answer 3: They disappeared back into the earth.

Answer 4: They were gathered into baskets and burned.

Answer 1: Samaritan.

Answer 2: Philistine.

Answer 3: Phoenician.

Answer 4: Egyptian.

Answer 1: Jacob.

Answer 2: Abraham.

Answer 3: Joshua.

Answer 4: Moses.

Jacob's Well is a famous landmark; it was hewn out of solid rock and is still known today.

Answer 1: Gnats.

Answer 2: Flies.

Answer 3: Mosquitos.

Answer 4: Frogs.

Answer 1: The Message

Answer 2: The Relevant Bible

Answer 3: Good News Translation

Answer 4: New Life Version

Answer 1: Flies.

Answer 2: Gnats.

Answer 3: River of blood.

Answer 4: Frogs.

Answer 1: The orchestra played the wrong tune for 'Nearer My God to Thee'.

Answer 2: The people sang the wrong words to 'Nearer My God to Thee'.

Answer 3: The ship's chaplain recited the 23rd Psalm incorrectly.

Answer 4: The ship's chaplain recited the 100th Psalm incorrectly.

The old movie, "A Night to Remember", played the historically accurate version.

Answer 1: Death of livestock.

Answer 2: Hordes of flies.

Answer 3: Boils.

Answer 4: Raining frogs.

Answer 1: Healing a man's son at Cana.

Answer 2: Changing water into wine.

Answer 3: Healing the paralytic man at Bethesda.

Answer 4: Raising Lazarus from the dead.

Answer 1: Boils.

Answer 2: Lice.

Answer 3: Flies.

Answer 4: Lighting and thunder.

Answer 1: Forty days.

Answer 2: Six weeks.

Answer 3: Three days.

Answer 4: Three years.

Answer 1: Nothing.

Answer 2: Locusts and honey.

Answer 3: Unleavened bread.

Answer 4: Manna.

Answer 1: Storm and hail.

Answer 2: Locusts.

Answer 3: Frogs.

Answer 4: Flies.

Therefore, at this time tomorrow I will send the worst hailstorm that has ever fallen on Egypt, from the day it was founded till now. Give an order now to bring your livestock and everything you have in the field to a place of shelter, because the hail will fall on every person and animal that has not been brought in and is still out in the field, and they will die.

Exodus 9:17-19

Answer 1: Wheat.

Answer 2: Sheep.

Answer 3: Barley.

Answer 4: Flax.

Answer 1: To demonstrate His power and faith so that it would be remembered forever.

Answer 2: To punish the idolatry and pride of Pharaoh.

Answer 3: To obtain the release of the Hebrew slaves.

Answer 4: To weaken Egypt so that it would not be a military threat to Israel.

Answer 1: Locusts (eighth).

Answer 2: Hail (seventh).

Answer 3: Darkness (ninth).

Answer 4: Boils (sixth).

Answer 1: Egypt.

Answer 2: Judah.

Answer 3: Babylonia.

Answer 4: Sodom.

Answer 1: 121.

Answer 2: 112.

Answer 3: 32.

Answer 4: 100.

Answer 1: To fulfill it.

Answer 2: To correct it.

Answer 3: To spread it to all nations.

Answer 4: To prove it.

Answer 1: He did it on the Sabbath.

Answer 2: He healed the man in His own name.

Answer 3: The man was not Jewish.

Answer 4: He did it on the porch of the Temple.

Answer 1: An east wind blew them in.

Answer 2: They sprang from the earth.

Answer 3: They poured out of Aaron's staff.

Answer 4: They emerged from the mouths of idols.

Answer 1: Darkness.

Answer 2: Death of animals.

Answer 3: Boils.

Answer 4: Storm.

Answer 1: Three days.

Answer 2: Seven days.

Answer 3: One full day.

Answer 4: A month.

Answer 1: Tenth.

Answer 2: Eleventh.

Answer 3: Ninth.

Answer 4: Twelth.

Answer 1: The firstborn calf of every cow died.

Answer 2: All of the lambs in Egypt died.

Answer 3: The Nile receded from its banks.

Answer 4: Pharaoh could not stand up for twelve hours.

Answer 1: Take up your bed.

Answer 2: Be healed of your palsy.

Answer 3: Know that your demon has departed.

Answer 4: Stand up in faith.

Answer 1: The Sheep Gate.

Answer 2: The Gate of Hours.

Answer 3: The Temple porch.

Answer 4: The Colonnade of Solomon.

Answer 1: Paint their doorknob or latch with lamb's blood.

Answer 2: Eat unleavened bread only.

Answer 3: Cook an entire lamb guts and all.

Answer 4: Wear their sandals indoors.

Answer 1: Passover.

Answer 2: Yom Kippur.

Answer 3: Purim.

Answer 4: Rosh Hashana.

Answer 1: Eating leavened bread during Passover.

Answer 2: Eating pork.

Answer 3: Worshiping an idol.

Answer 4: Committing adultery with another Jewish man or woman.

Answer 1: Hyssop.

Answer 2: Bulrush or papyrus.

Answer 3: Wormwood.

Answer 4: Cedar.

Answer 1: Lamb's blood.

Answer 2: Sweet wine.

Answer 3: Calf's blood.

Answer 4: Charcoal.

Answer 1: The oldest son of the Pharoah, the firstborn child of every Egyptian, the firstborn child of people in prison, the firstborn calf of every cow.

Answer 2: The firstborn child of the Pharaoh only.

Answer 3: The firstborn child of Pharaoh and free Egyptians, only.

Answer 4: The firstborn child of all Egyptian people only, including serving women.

Answer 1: 430.

Answer 2: 320.

Answer 3: 240,

Answer 4: 180.

Answer 1: Matthew 5.

Answer 2: Matthew 12.

Answer 3: Mark 3.

Answer 4: John 8.

You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.’ But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also. And if anyone would sue you and take your shirt, let him have your cloak as well. (Matthew 5:38)

Answer 1: Moses.

Answer 2: Jesus Himself.

Answer 3: Satan.

Answer 4: Our sin.

Answer 1: A military unit.

Answer 2: A feast.

Answer 3: A team of slaves who pulled great stones.

Answer 4: A man possessed by a demon.

Answer 1: Cushite.

Answer 2: Hebrew.

Answer 3: Egyptian.

Answer 4: Midianite.

Answer 1: The bones cannot be broken.

Answer 2: It must be white.

Answer 3: It must be over nine months old.

Answer 4: It cannot be cooked in wine.

Answer 1: Circumcised males and their female relatives.

Answer 2: Jews only.

Answer 3: People who worship the Lord (i.e. Yahweh).

Answer 4: Anyone who will follow the Rules of the Seder.

Answer 1: Donkey.

Answer 2: Goat.

Answer 3: Ox.

Answer 4: Horse.

Answer 1: 5000.

Answer 2: 50,000.

Answer 3: 500.

Answer 4: 50.

Answer 1: Sea of Tiberius.

Answer 2: Dead Sea.

Answer 3: Lake of Jordan.

Answer 4: Jacob's Lake.

Answer 1: Me.

Answer 2: You.

Answer 3: The Hebrews.

Answer 4: Mankind.

Answer 1: They were not ready to battle the Philistines.

Answer 2: They were running away from the Egyptians.

Answer 3: The desert is a spiritually purifying climate.

Answer 4: They wanted to go somewhere the Egyptians would forget about them.

Answer 1: Archbishop Steven Langton

Answer 2: Cardinal Hugo de Sancto Caro.

Answer 3: Saint Aloyisius, Abbot of Leppo

Answer 4: Saint Benefice, a monk on the Isle of Skye.

Answer 1: God wants you to have faith in the one he sent.

Answer 2: God wants you to love Him and one another.

Answer 3: Follow His commandments and forgive others as He will forgive you.

Answer 4: Walk always in His Spirit.

Answer 1: Joseph.

Answer 2: Jacob.

Answer 3: Manessah.

Answer 4: Miriam.

Answer 1: A pillar of cloud or smoke.

Answer 2: An eagle.

Answer 3: A bright star in the sky.

Answer 4: Moses had a GPS.

Answer 1: Pillar of cloud.

Answer 2: Pillar of dust.

Answer 3: Pillar of sand.

Answer 4: Pillar of darkness.

Answer 1: 600.

Answer 2: 6000.

Answer 3: 300.

Answer 4: 2000.

Answer 1: Places near which the Hebrews camped in Egypt.

Answer 2: Gods worshiped by the Babylonians.

Answer 3: Wells dug by Abraham.

Answer 4: Concubines of Solomon.

Answer 1: The Hebrews after they escaped from Egypt.

Answer 2: Abraham and his family.

Answer 3: Joseph and his brothers during the famine in Egypt.

Answer 4: Adam and Eve.

Answer 1: Himself.

Answer 2: Faith.

Answer 3: A communion wafer (or bread).

Answer 4: The unleavened bread eaten at Passover.

Answer 1: East.

Answer 2: North.

Answer 3: West.

Answer 4: Southeast.

The wind was symbolic, for it showed God exercising His power from the direction he wanted the Israelites to travel.

Answer 1: God, as a pillar of cloud, put Himself between the Egyptians and the Hebrews.

Answer 2: A great stormy darkness fell over Egypt.

Answer 3: The chariot wheels became bogged down in mud.

Answer 4: The Egyptians were afflicted by a plague of gnats.

Answer 1: Pharaoh's army.

Answer 2: Jonah.

Answer 3: Noah's wife.

Answer 4: A crewman on Paul's fourth voyage.

Answer 1: The wheels came off their chariots.

Answer 2: Their horses' hooves got stuck in the mud.

Answer 3: They became disoriented in the darkness.

Answer 4: They were afraid to go too fast.

Answer 1: 13.

Answer 2: 8.

Answer 3: 16.

Answer 4: This is not related in John.

Answer 1: Song of the Sea

Answer 2: Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves.

Answer 3: Song of Miriam.

Answer 4: Psalm of Exodus.

Answer 1: Man O' War.

Answer 2: Seabiscuit.

Answer 3: Bold Ruler.

Answer 4: Sunday Silence.

Answer 1: Tambourine.

Answer 2: Harp.

Answer 3: Lyre.

Answer 4: Drum.

Answer 1: Threw a log in in.

Answer 2: Dipped his staff into it.

Answer 3: Threw a stone into it.

Answer 4: Raised his hand and staff above it.

Answer 1: Not to give them Egyptian diseases.

Answer 2: To give them bread from the sky when they needed it.

Answer 3: To sweeten the bitter water of the desert.

Answer 4: To prevent their feet from bleeding.

Answer 1: Cannibalism.

Answer 2: Heresy.

Answer 3: Breaking the Sabbath.

Answer 4: Insanity.

Then the evil people began to argue among themselves, saying, "How can this man give us his flesh to eat?" (John 6:52)

Answer 1: Give away all our goods.

Answer 2: Eat the bread of life.

Answer 3: Be born again.

Answer 4: Have faith in Him.

Answer 1: Bread from heaven.

Answer 2: Money from God.

Answer 3: Hebrew for "mother".

Answer 4: More than a few.

Answer 1: The fourth, keep the Sabbath Holy.

Answer 2: The tenth, not coveting.

Answer 3: The eighth, not stealing.

Answer 4: The second, not taking the Lord's name in vain.

Answer 1: A Hebrew measure equivalent to several quarts.

Answer 2: A Hebrew measure equivalent to a bushel.

Answer 3: A head covering worn by temple priests.

Answer 4: A belt worn by temple priests.

Answer 1: Quail.

Answer 2: Rabbit.

Answer 3: Sorghum.

Answer 4: Locusts.

Answer 1: profits nothing.

Answer 2: decays and falls away.

Answer 3: is given to worms.

Answer 4: is lifeless clay without the Spirit.

Answer 1: Before He named Judas as an apostle.

Answer 2: At the Last Supper.

Answer 3: On Palm Sunday.

Answer 4: In the Garden of Gethsemene.

Answer 1: Manna.

Answer 2: Bad weather.

Answer 3: An angel.

Answer 4: Livestock.