Which Parable is this from? : For John the Baptist has come eating no bread and drinking no wine, and you say, 'He has a demon.'
| Unclean spirit | Rich fool | Children in market | Vineyard workers |
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.
1,000 people died in a fire at which tower after Abimelech told his men to each cut down a branch and carry it on their shoulders?
| Hananel | Shechem | Penuel | Lebanon |
Which Parable is this from? : Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.
| Good shepherd | Vine and branches | Friend at midnight | Bread of life |
According to Job, which foolish bird lays its eggs on the ground, left to be warmed by the sun?
| Quail | Peacock | Ostrich | Vulture |
Which king was head and shoulders taller than the people?
| Rehoboam | David | Amon | Saul |
In the parable of the lost sheep how does the shepherd bring the found sheep home?
| On his shoulders | Follows it home | In a cart | On a rope |
Complete the quote: "Saul has killed his thousands, but David his ___"
| Hundreds of thousands | Millions | Hundreds | Tens of thousands |
Which Book? : This book of the Bible describes the story of a Moabite woman who married into a Jewish family. After her husband dies she returns to Bethlehem with her mother-in-law and takes care of her. Whilst gleaning in the fields she meets her second husband, and has a son whose name is Obed.