At what place did the Israelites arrive only to find the water was too bitter to drink, whereupon God caused it to become sweet?
| Horeb | Elim | Midian | Marah |
Bread gained by deceit is sweet to a man, but what shall his mouth be filled with afterwards?
| Locusts | Bitter herbs | Gravel | Sand |
How did Moses make the bitter waters of Marah drinkable?
| Waved his hand over the water | Threw a piece of wood into the water | Struck the water with his staff | Dipped his hand in the water |
Who "wailed like the dragons" and "mourned like the owls" in his lament of the coming judgement on Israel and Judah?
| Micah | Hosea | Malachi | Joel |
Who described himself as "poured out like milk and curdled like cheese"?
| Jesus | Job | David | Solomon |
John the Baptist ate...?
| Locusts and honey | Milk and honey | Unleavened bread | Figs and pomegranates |
Who hid himself in a field while the king ate a feast at new moon?
| David | Micah | Jeremiah | Ezekiel |
What did the Canaanite woman talking to Jesus say that the dogs ate that fell from their masters' table?
| Mouldy figs | Fish | Crumbs | Honey |
What did Jesus say when the Pharisees asked why he ate with publicans and sinners?
| God uses the weak things of the world to bring forth strength. | They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. | Birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head. | Go thou, and do likewise. |
Who said that he saw a vision from the Almighty God and fell into a trance but had his eyes open?
| Elisha | Paul | Moses | Balaam |