Saturday, January 26, 2013

Trivia: Swords in the Word

Well, here's the trivia to accompany theme night: Sword of the Word. Sure to be a hit with the guys, and you'd be surprised to see how many girls really get into the gruesome, gory facts of the Bible.Enjoy!

God's blessings,
Dakotah







1. In Matthew 26, what body part did Jesus’ companion cut off of the high priest’s servant?
  • Hand
  • Ear
  • Foot
  • Head 

2. What happened to the ear of the high priest’s servant?
  •  Jesus reattached it
  • Roman doctors reattached it
  • It was trampled during the mob to capture Jesus
  • It was thrown in Jesus' tomb
3. How many men did Gideon take to attack the Midianites in Judges 7?
  •  5,000
  • 10,000
  • 700
  • 300
4. In Judges 7, what was the dream that Gideon overheard as a reminder that God was with the Israelites?
  •  7 thin cows swallowed 7 fat cows
  • A loaf of bread knocked down the Midianite tent
  • A soldier was trampling a winepress
  • The sun, moon, and stars bowed to Gideon
5. In Luke 22:36, what does Jesus tell his followers to sell to buy a sword?
  •  Their idols
  • Their homes
  • Their cloaks
  • Everything they own
6. In Nehemiah 4, what were the Israelites doing when their enemies plotted to attack them?
  •  Celebrating the Passover
  • Rebuilding the city wall
  • Worshiping false idols
  • Planning to kill Jesus
7. What was the solution to the pending attack?
  •  Half the men worked, half the men guarded
  • They stopped working until the danger had passed
  • They sent a peace offering to the army planning the attack
  • They presented burnt offerings to God for His protection
8. In 1 Samuel 24, David could have killed Saul in a cave. What was Saul doing that David caught him off guard?
  •  Sleeping
  • Celebrating his victory
  • Talking to friends
  • Peeing
9. Rather than killing Saul in 1 Samuel 24, what did David do?
  •  Cut off part of his robe
  • Shaved his head
  • Killed his personal guard
  • Captured him
10. Numbers 1 records the census of every man able to go to war. How old did an Israelite have to be to fight?
  •  Thirty
  • Fifteen
  • Eighteen
  • Twenty
11. In Judges 3, after killing King Eglon, what did Ehud do with the sword?
  •  Burned it in the king's fireplace
  • Left it in the body, closed in by fat
  • Presented it to the Israelites
  • Killed the king's guards
12. What does Hebrew 4:12 compare to a sword?
  •  The Word of God
  • The tongue
  • God's wrath
  • The fate of unrepentant sinners
13. Proverbs 12:18 says what “pierce(s) like a sword”?
  •  Betrayal of a friend
  • God's wrath
  • Rash words
  • The Word of God
14. Why did the Israelites sharpen farm tools as weapons in 1 Samuel 13?
  •  They were peaceful and didn't need weapons until then
  • God had forbidden them from making weapons
  • They weren't allowed to have blacksmiths who might make weapons
  • Weapons were more dangerous for children than farm tools
15. What is the “sword of the Spirit” (Ephesians 6:17)?
  • God's Word
  • Faith
  • Salvation
  • Jesus

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