Bible Trivia Question

During what traumatic event did the apostle Paul take bread and give thanks?


House falling down
Fire
Earthquake
Sea voyage
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Who Am I? : I was sent to take a letter to the apostle Paul. He chose me to accompany him through Syria and Cilicia on his missionary work. In Philippi I was thrown in prison. Paul left me in Thessalonica when he was in fear of his life and later I joined him in Corinth.

Why did Paul see fit to give thanks to God always for the brethren at Thessalonica?
| Their love toward each other had increased | They had treated Paul well | They had sent Paul a gift while he was in prison | Their work in the Lord's vineyard was fruitful |

What event occured to help release Paul and Silas from prison?
| Whirlwind | Flood | Riot | Earthquake |

At the Last Supper what items of food and drink did Jesus give thanks for?
| Bread and wine | Fishes and water | Locusts and nectar | Honey and milk |

Why do the four and twenty elders in Revelation give thanks to God?
| God has taken his power and commenced his reign | God opened the seventh seal | God has destroyed that old serpent, the devil | God has shown the Lamb of God to the world |

What event did Peter, James and John witness in a mountain with Jesus?
| Resurrection | Transfiguration | Ascension | Atonement |

Which Book? : This book of the Bible is a letter written by the apostle Paul which includes many expressions of rejoicing and joyfulness. Paul also tells his audience that every knee should bow at the name of Jesus. He also particularly commends Timothy and Epaphroditus.

Fill in the missing word(s) : O give thanks unto the Lord; for he is good: because his _____ endureth for ever

Complete this common phrase of thanksgiving found in the Bible: "O give thanks unto the Lord; for he is good: for his _____ endureth for ever."
| Ways | Kindness | Blessings | Mercy |

Who brought Elijah bread and meat to eat during the drought?
| Priests | Shepherds | Angels | Ravens |

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