Which Parable is this from? : Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.
| Bread of life | Vine and branches | Friend at midnight | Good shepherd |
Which plant is "the least of all seeds, but when it is grown, it is the greatest among herbs"?
| Mustard | Almond | Lily | Thyme |
Who is the only person in Genesis recorded as living less than 120 years?
| Isaac | Jacob | Moses | Joseph |
What is it easier for a camel to go through than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God?
| An ear of corn | A thimble | The gates of Jerusalem | Eye of a needle |
Who was king of the southern kingdom when the northern kingdom of Israel fell to Assyria?
| Asa | Hezekiah | Jehoram | Manasseh |
What did God rain down on the Amorite army as they passed through Beth-Horon, killing more of them than the Israelite army did?
| Quails | Boiling rain | Hailstones | Fire and brimstone |
Who was the first person recorded as being visited by an angel?
| Abram | Sarai | Adam | Hagar |
Who was the first person to be tied up?
| Samson | Simeon | Joseph | Isaac |