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Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

Week 34—Day 1

Isaiah 7

  • What happened when Ahaz was king of Judah?
  • What was Isaiah to tell Ahaz from the LORD?
  • What was going to happen to Ephraim?
  • What was the sign God was going to give?
  • What is the sign speaking of?

Isaiah 8

  • What would be carried away before Assyria’s king?
  • Who should be feared and regarded as holy?
  • Why would they not speak according to the law and testimony?

Isaiah 9

  • What would those who walked in darkness see?
  • Describe the child to be born.
  • What was the child to be born called?
  • Who would devour Israel?
  • Who caused the people to be lead astray?

Isaiah 10

  • Woe to whom?
  • Who was sent against a godless nation?
  • What will the Lord say when He has finished His work on Mt. Zion and Jerusalem?
  • What will the Lord send on his warriors?
  • Who will return to God
  • Why were the people of Zion not to fear Assyria?

Psalm 22

No Questions

Matthew 26

  • When would Jesus be crucified?
  • Why were the disciples upset with the lady who brought perfume?
  • How much was Judas paid to betray Jesus?
  • What happened right before Jesus and the disciples went to the Mount of Olives?
  • What did Jesus tell Peter he would do? When would it happen?
  • Why did Judas kiss Jesus?
  • What did Jesus call Judas as he came up and kissed Him?
  • What was Jesus’ answer to the high priest regarding whether He was the Christ?
  • What did Peter do when Jesus looked at him after he did what Jesus told him he would do?

Week 34—Day 2

Isaiah 11

  • What will come out of the stem of Jesse?
  • What would rest on him? Give details.
  • How will the poor be judged?
  • How will the wicked be killed?
  • List the animals who will come together.
  • What will fill the earth like the waters cover the sea?
  • Who will be gathered from the four corners of the earth?
  • What will be destroyed?

Isaiah 12

  • Who was their salvation
  • What will the LORD JEHOVAH be to the people?
  • What will the people do with joy?
  • Why will the people sing? (5)

Isaiah 13

  • What did Isaiah see?
  • Who was Isaiah’s father?
  • Describe the “day of the Lord”.
  • What will the world be punished for?
  • Who will the LORD stir up against the Babylonians?
  • What will happen to Babylon?

Psalm 118

No Questions

Matthew 27

  • Why did Judas return the money he had been paid?
  • Why had Jesus been handed over to Pilate?
  • What did Pilate’s wife tell Pilate?
  • Who was released instead of Jesus?
  • What crown did the soldiers give Jesus?
  • Who carried Jesus’ cross?
  • What is the definition for Golgotha?
  • What does “Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani” mean?
  • What happened in the temple when Jesus died.
  • What admission did the centurion give?
  • Why did the Pharisees go to Pilate to make sure Jesus’ tomb was guarded?

Week 34—Day 3

Isaiah 14

  • Who will receive the Lord’s mercy?
  • What was Lucifer’s nickname?
  • How many “I will” statements did Lucifer give and what were they?
  • What will happen to Babylon?
  • What will happen to Assyria?
  • Why should Philistines not rejoice?

Isaiah 15

  • What nation is addressed in this chapter?
  • Name some of the bad things that will happen.

Isaiah 16

  • What are the daughters of Moab compared to?
  • What shall be taken away and cease

Matthew 28

  • How was the stone rolled away from Jesus’ tomb?
  • Why were the guards paid well by the chief priests?
  • How much authority does Jesus have?
  • What are verses 18-20 called? Why?
  • How did Jesus reassure His disciples?

Week 34—Day 4

Isaiah 17

  • What will become a pile of ruins?
  • Whose glory will fade?
  • What will be abandoned?
  • What is the lot of those who plunder?

Isaiah 18

  • Where was the land that “woe” was pronounced against?

Isaiah 19

  • What nation is judgment pronounced on in this chapter.
  • Explain what will happen to this nation.

Psalm 62

No Questions

1 Corinthians 1

  • Who was the source of Paul’s apostolic authority?
  • What did Paul thank God for?
  • What was Paul’s desire for the Corinthian church?
  • What was the problem in the church and who informed Paul?
  • How did this divide the church?
  • To whom is the word of the cross foolishness?
  • Through what has God chosen to save those who believe?
  • What is wiser than man’s wisdom?
  • What shames the wise and the strong?
  • Who is our righteousness?

Week 34—Day 5

Isaiah 20

  • What did God have Isaiah do in Egypt and Ethiopia? Why?

Isaiah 21

  • What happened to Babylon?

Isaiah 22

  • This chapter is an oracle about what?
  • What was torn down to strengthen the wall?
  • Who would be hurled away?
  • Who was Eliakim and what was he to be? What will happen to him?

1 Corinthians 2

  • How did Paul not come to the church in Corinth?
  • What was Paul resolved to know
  • How did Paul come to the church in Corinth?
  • What was the message Paul and his fellow laborers preached?
  • Why did the rulers crucify Jesus?
  • What do our senses not perceive?
  • Who knows God’s thoughts?
  • Who does not accept the things that come from God’s Spirit?
  • Whose mind do believers have?

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Psalm 9:1-2

I will give thanks to the LORD with all my heart; I will tell of all Your wonders. 2  I will be glad and exult in You; I will sing praise to Your name, O Most High.

Week 33—Day 1

2 Kings 15

  • Who was Amaziah, how long was his reign, and what kind of king was he?
  • Even though Amaziah did right in the sight of the Lord what did he allow? What resulted and how long did it last?
  • Who was Zechariah, how long was his reign, and what kind of king was he?
  • Who was Shallum and how long was his reign? Why?
  • Who was Menahem, how long was his reign, and what kind of king was he?
  • How did Menahem get money to pay off the Assyrian king?
  • Who was Pekahiah, how long was his reign, and what kind of king was he?
  • Who was Pekah, how long was his reign, and what kind of king was he?
  • Who was Jotham, how long was his reign, and what kind of king was he?
  • BONUS QUESTION: Why were the high places such a problem to God for worship?

2 Kings 16

  • Who was Ahaz, how long was his reign, and what kind of king was he? What did he do to his son?
  • Where did Ahaz get the presents that he sent to the king of Assyria? Why did he send those gifts?
  • Why did Ahaz make changes to the temple at Jerusalem?

Matthew 21

  • What did Jesus do when He and the disciples got to Bethphage?
  • What did the crowd do and say when Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey? BONUS QUESTION:  Why?
  • Where did Jesus go and what did he do when He got there?
  • Who did Jesus heal at the temple? How did the priests and scribes react?
  • Where did Jesus go from Jerusalem and how long was he there?
  • Explain the fig tree incident.
  • Where did Jesus go (after the fig tree incident) and what did he do? Give some specifics of what He did.
  • Why did the priests and Pharisees not seize Jesus?

Week 33—Day 2

Isaiah 1

  • Of what nation and city did Isaiah’s prophecy concern?
  • Who were the kings that reigned when Isaiah prophesied?
  • Who did Judah provoke to anger?
  • To what did Isaiah compare Judah?
  • God didn’t delight in what?
  • What did God want Judah to do?
  • What could God do with their sin?
  • What was the result if Judah was willing and obedient?
  • Who could not judge the fatherless and widows?

Isaiah 2

  • Where will the law and the word of the LORD go forth from?
  • Into what will nations beat their swords and spears? (compare with Micah 4:3)
  • What will the nations not learn?
  • Who will be humbled?
  • Who will be exalted?

Isaiah 3

  • What did the LORD take away from Jerusalem and Judah?
  • Why was Jerusalem ruined and Judah fallen?
  • Who would oppress and rule over them?
  • What was said about the daughters of Zion?
  • What was the LORD going to do to the daughters of Zion?
  • What would happen to the men of Judah and Jerusalem?

Psalm 9

No Questions

Matthew 22

  • How did Jesus speak to the people?
  • Who was the kingdom of heaven compared to?
  • Why was the king enraged?
  • What happened to the man who was not dressed in wedding clothes?
  • Explain the parable in verses 2-14.
  • Did Jesus say taxes are lawful?
  • BONUS QUESTION: Will there be marriage in heaven?
  • What is the greatest and the second greatest commandments?
  • Is Jesus the Son of David?

Week 33—Day 3

Isaiah 4

  • How many women will take of how many men?
  • Who and what will the LORD wash away and purge?
  • A canopy will extend over all of what?
  • What will a tabernacle/shelter provide?

Isaiah 5

  • Who is compared to a vineyard?
  • Instead good grapes what did the vineyard yield?
  • Why did God’s people go into captivity?
  • What has been enlarged?
  • What was said about those that call evil good and good evil?
  • Who were “woes” spoken on?

Isaiah 6

  • What did Isaiah see in the year that Uzziah died?
  • What did the seraphim cry?
  • What did Isaiah say when he heard the cry and saw the house filled with smoke?
  • How did Isaiah reply when the voice of the Lord said “Whom shall I send?”
  • What was he to tell the people?

Matthew 23

  • Whose chair did Jesus say the scribes and Pharisees were seated in? Why did he say that?
  • Who shall be the greatest?
  • Who will be exalted?
  • What did Jesus condemn the scribes and the Pharisees did?
  • When would they see Jesus again?

Week 33—Day 4

Micah 1

  • During whose reigns did Micah prophesy?
  • What was God going to make Samaria?
  • Whose wound is incurable?
  • Who waited for good?
  • What did the inhabitant of Lachish do?
  • Who would be brought an heir?

Micah 2

  • To whom is “woe” spoken on?
  • God’s words do good to whom?

Micah 3

  • What did the LORD say about the prophets who led His people astray?
  • What did Micah declare?
  • Why did the leaders, priests and prophets do?
  • What was going to happen to Zion and Jerusalem?

Micah 4

  • What will be come about in the last days?
  • What will go from Zion and Jerusalem?
  • Into what will strong nations beat their swords and spears? (compare with Isaiah 2:4)
  • What will they no longer learn?
  • What will the lame and outcasts be made into?
  • What do not nations know or understand?

Psalm 10

No Questions

Matthew 24

  • What was Jesus’ response to the disciples when they pointed out the temple buildings?
  • What did the disciples want to know from Jesus as they were sitting on the Mount of Olives?
  • Explain in your own words Jesus’ long response.

Week 33—Day 5

Micah 5

  • What did Micah prophesy about the birth of Jesus? (compare with Matthew 2:4-5)
  • Who will the remnant of Jacob be like?
  • What will be cut off?
  • Who will vengeance and wrath be executed on?

Micah 6

  • What is the Lord not please with?
  • What does the Lord require?

Micah 7

  • Who was not to be trusted?
  • Who was to be waited expectantly for?
  • Why should enemies not rejoice?
  • Who is God and what does He do?
  • What does God delight in?

Matthew 25

  • Explain the parable of the 10 virgins. What is its meaning?
  • Explain the parable of the 5 talents. What is its meaning?
  • BONUS QUESTION: How do the two parables relate to each other?

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Matthew 16:18 

 “I also say to you that you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My church; and the gates of Hades will not overpower it.”

 Week 32—Day 1

Hosea 1

  • Hosea prophesied during whose reign?
  • Who did Hosea marry?
  • What was the name and meaning of Hosea’s children?

Hosea 2

  • Why would Gomer return to her husband?
  • Who would God have mercy on?
  • What will God say to those who are not his people?
  • How will they respond?

Hosea 3

  • How did the LORD tell Hosea to love the adulteress woman?
  • How were the children of Israel going to live for many days?
  • After those many days, what would the children of Israel do?

Matthew 16

  • How did the Pharisees and Sadducees test Jesus? How did Jesus respond?
  • When crossing the sea, what did the disciples forget? How did Jesus respond?
  • What question did Jesus ask of the disciples when they came into Caesaria of Philippi?
  • How did Peter respond?
  • What did Jesus say about Peter and the church?
  • What did Jesus tell the disciples about following him?

Week 32—Day 2

Hosea 4

  • Why were the Israelites to listen to the word of the Lord?
  • Who are the people like?
  • Why are God’s people destroyed?
  • Why would God reject them?
  • Who feeds on the sin of God’s people?
  • Who will the people be like?
  • How did Israel slide back?

Hosea 5

  • Who does the judgment apply to?
  • Whose deeds will not allow them to return to God?
  • What testifies against Israel?
  • What do Israel, Ephraim, and Judah stumble in?
  • What have the princes become like and what will happen to them?
  • Who would be like a lion? To whom? How?

Hosea 6

  • What will happen after two days?
  • Who has been cut in two? By who?  How have they been killed?
  • What is Gilead?
  • Who murders on the way to Shechem?

Psalm 58

No Questions

Matthew 17

  • Who did Jesus take up on a mountain with Him?
  • What happened to Jesus up on the mountain and how did He look?
  • Who appeared to Jesus and those with Him on the mountain?
  • What did Jesus tell to those with Him as they came down the mountain?
  • Who could the disciples not cure? Why?
  • How did Jesus pay the two-drachma tax? How?

Week 32—Day 3

Hosea 7

  • When will the sins of Ephraim and Samaria be uncovered?
  • Who remembers their wickedness?
  • How is the king made glad?
  • Whose strength do strangers devour?
  • What has Ephraim become like?
  • Whose princes will fall by the sword? Why?

Hosea 8

  • Like what does the enemy come against God’s house?
  • What has Israel rejected?
  • What has Israel done with their silver and gold?
  • What has Ephraim hired?
  • What is regarded as a strange thing?
  • What has Israel forgotten?
  • What has Judah done?
  • What will God do?

Hosea 9

  • Why should Israel not rejoice?
  • What will Egypt and Memphis do?
  • What days have come for Israel?
  • What will happen to Ephraim?

Hosea 10

  • What is Israel?
  • Whose heart is faithless?
  • Who will fear for the calf of Bethaven? Why?
  • What will happen to Samaria?
  • What is Ephraim?
  • Who has plowed wickedness and what has that plowing reaped and given the fruit of?
  • What happened when Shalman destroyed Betharbel and to whom is it prophesied this will happen to?
  • Where will this happen?  Why?

Matthew 18

  • Who did Jesus say is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?
  • What is the purpose of cutting off your limb? Why?  What is the purpose of plucking out your eye?  Why?
  • What is the value of one sheep in light of the other ninety-nine?
  • What is not God’s will regarding children?
  • What are you to do if your brother sins? How do you react if your brother listens?
  • How do you react if your brother doesn’t listen?
  • Explain the story of the king and his slaves.

Week 32—Day 4

Hosea 11

  • Who loved Israel in their youth?
  • Who taught who to walk?
  • What are God’s people determined on doing?
  • Who will not carry out their anger on Ephraim?
  • What have Ephraim, Israel, and Judah done against God?

Hosea 12

  • What does Ephraim feed on?
  • How will the LORD punish Jacob?
  • What does Ephraim do?
  • What country did Jacob run to?

Hosea 13

  • What happened when Ephraim spoke?
  • What did Ephraim become guilty of and what resulted?
  • What of Ephraim is stored up?
  • What must the Samaritans bear? Why?  What is the result?

Matthew 19

  • What was Jesus’ response to the Pharisee’s question wondering if divorce for any reason was ok?
  • Why did Moses grant a certificate of divorce?
  • What did Jesus say was the only exception for divorce in this passage?
  • What did the disciples do when children were brought to Jesus? What was Jesus’ reaction?
  • What happened when Jesus told the young man to sell all he had?
  • How hard is it for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God?
  • What was Jesus’ response to Peter’s question about leaving everything and following Him?

Week 32—Day 5

Hosea 14

  • What has been the downfall of Israel?
  • What can Assyria not do?
  • Who will be like the dew to Israel?
  • Whose fame will be like the wine of Lebanon?
  • Whose ways are right and who walks in them?

2 Chronicles 26

  • Who became king of Judah in place of his father at the age of 16? What was his father’s name?
  • How long did Uzziah reign? What was Uzziah’s mother’s name and where was she from?
  • During whose days did Uzziah seek God?
  • What did Uzziah build?
  • What happened after Uzziah became powerful?
  • What afflicted Uzziah until his death? Why?

2 Chronicles 27

  • Who was 25 when he became king in Jerusalem? Who was his father?
  • How long did he reign and what was his mother’s name?
  • What did he rebuild?
  • Why did he become powerful?

Psalm 61

No Questions

Matthew 20

  • What is the kingdom of heaven like?
  • How did the vineyard owner pay his workers? How did the workers respond?  What was the moral to the story?
  • Bonus question: Who were the sons of Zebedee?
  • What did the sons of Zebedee’s mother ask of Jesus?
  • How did the other disciples react to the sons of Zebedee?
  • What happened as Jesus and the disciples were leaving Jericho? What did Jesus do?

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Psalm 55:22

Cast your burden upon the LORD and He will sustain you; He will never allow the righteous to be shaken.

Week 31—Day 1

Jonah 1

  • Where was Jonah told to go?
  • Where did Jonah go?
  • What happened on the sea? How did it become known that Jonah was the cause?
  • What was the solution to the problem?
  • What happened to Jonah and how long was he in that predicament?

Jonah 2

  • What did Jonah do in the whale’s 😊 fish’s belly?
  • How would Jonah sacrifice and what would Jonah pay?
  • How did Jonah leave the belly of the fish? Why?

Jonah 3

  • Where was Jonah told to go?
  • Where did Jonah go?
  • What was the message Jonah gave?
  • What was the response to Jonah’s message?
  • How did God respond to the response to Jonah’s message?

Jonah 4

  • How did Jonah respond to the people people’s response?
  • Why did Jonah not want to go give the message?
  • What was God’s question to Jonah?
  • What did God do for Jonah?
  • What did the work do?
  • What was Jonah’s question to God?
  • What was God’s response to Jonah?

Matthew 11

  • What was the message sent by John to Jesus? Where was John?  Who took the message?
  • What was Jesus’ answer to the disciples?
  • Who did Jesus say was the greatest man who ever lived?
  • Who was greater than the greatest man who ever lived?
  • Why did Jesus denounce the cities? What cities did he mention?
  • Where would it be more tolerable in the day of judgment than for those cities Jesus mentioned?
  • Who will be given rest? What must a person do to find rest?

Week 31—Day 2

2 Kings 13

  • When did Jehoahaz become king, where and how long did he reign, and what kind of a king was he?
  • Why did Jehoahaz seek the Lord?
  • What did Elisha tell Jehoahaz on his deathbed? Why did Jehoahaz make Elisha angry?
  • What happened when a man was thrown into Elisha’s grave?
  • How many times did Jehoahaz defeat Benhadad?

2 Kings 14

  • Where and how old was Amaziah when he became king? How long did he reign?  What kind of a king was he?
  • What did Amaziah do to those who killed his father? When?
  • Why was Judah defeated by Israel?
  • How did Amaziah’s reign end?
  • When did Jeroboam become King? Where did he become king and how long did he reign?

2 Chronicles 25

  • How old was Amaziah when he became king? Where and how long did he reign?  What kind of a king was he?
  • What did Amaziah do to those who killed his father? When?
  • Who said the Israelite troops should not join Judah? What was the reason?
  • Why was God angry with Amaziah?
  • Why was Judah defeated by Israel?
  • How did Amaziah’s reign end?

Psalm 53

No Questions

Matthew 12

  • What did the disciples eat when they became hungry? How did the Pharisees react
  • Who is the Lord of the Sabbath?
  • Who is more valuable, a man or a sheep?
  • What was wrong with the blind and mute man Jesus healed?
  • What sin did Jesus say was unforgivable?
  • What did Jesus say to the Pharisees about our words?
  • Who craves for a sign? What sign will be given?
  • How did Jesus respond when someone said that his mother and brothers sought to speak with him?

Week 31—Day 3

Amos 1

  • What was Amos’ profession?
  • When did Amos prophesy?
  • Summarize Amos’ prophecy.

Amos 2

  • Why would God not revoke Israel’s punishment?
  • Besides Israel, who else did Amos prophesy divine punishment?
  • What did Israel command of its prophets?
  • Who will not be able to save himself?

Amos 3

  • Who specifically did the LORD speak against?
  • Who did the Lord reveal His secrets to?
  • How would God punish Israel’s sin?

Matthew 13

  • Why did Jesus speak in parables?
  • Who was granted to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven?
  • What four soils did Jesus give in the parable of the sower? What did the four soils represent?
  • What happens when someone hears the word and doesn’t understand it?
  • What is the main lesson in the parables of the mustard seed and the leaven?
  • What is the main lesson in the parables of the hidden treasure and the pearl of great price?
  • What is the kingdom of heaven like?

Week 31—Day 4

Amos 4

  • Where were the cows of Bashan? What did they do?  How will they be treated?
  • What did the Lord give to Israel and they still turned away?
  • Who was Israel to prepare to meet?

Amos 5

  • Who has fallen and will not rise again? Why?
  • Why did Amos say to seek the Lord?
  • What did the Lord know?
  • What should Israel love and establish?
  • What will the day of the Lord bring?
  • Where would the Lord make Israel go?

Amos 6

  • Woe to whom???
  • Who will go into exile?
  • What does loathe?
  • What is God going to command to be smashed? Why?
  • What was the nation the Lord was going to raise up going to do?

Psalm 55

No Questions

Matthew 14

  • Who did Herod say Jesus was? Why?
  • Why did Herod put John the Baptist to death?
  • How did Jesus feel and what did He do when he saw the large crowd?
  • How many people did Jesus feed with five loaves and two fish?
  • Where did Jesus go to pray?
  • How do you know that Jesus was walking on water and not on ice?
  • What was Peter’s request to Jesus and how did Jesus grant it?
  • Why did Peter begin to sink?
  • What happened when people touched the fringe of Jesus’ cloak?

Week 31—Day 5

Amos 7

  • What did the Lord show Amos?
  • What did the Lord set in the middle of Israel?
  • Who told Amos not to prophesy again at Bethel?
  • What occupation did Amos have before the Lord called him to prophesy?
  • What did Amos prophesy would happen to Israel?

Amos 8

  • What did the Lord show Amos?
  • What will the songs of the palace turn into?
  • What did God say the festivals would be turned into?
  • What kind of famine was talked about in this chapter? What would be the result?

Amos 9

  • Where will the people attempt to escape?
  • How would Israel be shaken?
  • What did the Lord promise Israel?

Matthew 15

  • Why did the Pharisees come from Jerusalem to see Jesus?
  • What defiles a man?
  • Why did the Canaanite woman come to Jesus? What did Jesus say about her faith?
  • Why did the crowd marvel?
  • How many people did Jesus feed with seven loaves and a few fish? Did anyone go hungry?  PROVE IT!!!

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Matthew 1:21

“She will bear a Son; and you shall call His name Jesus, for He will save His people from their sins.”

Week 29—Day 1

1 Kings 19

  • Why did Elijah run for his life?
  • Where did Elijah leave his servant?
  • Where did Elijah go?
  • What did Elijah pray for?
  • Who provided food so that Elijah could go to Horeb?
  • What was the question God asked Elijah twice?
  • How did the LORD speak to Elijah?
  • How did the LORD respond to Elijah’s statement that he was the only one left of the LORD’s prophets?
  • Who did the LORD tell Elijah to anoint?
  • Who was Elisha and what was he doing when Elijah found him?
  • What did Elisha do to his yoke of oxen and plowing equipment? How did Elisha respond?

1 Kings 20

  • Who was Benhadad and what did he threaten to do to Ahab?
  • Who won the battle? Why?
  • Why was Ahab condemned by the prophet?

1 Kings 21

  • Why did Naboth refuse to sell Ahab his vineyard?
  • How did Jezebel destroy Naboth?
  • What did Elijah prophesy would happen to Ahab and Jezebel?
  • Who was responsible in part for Ahab’s wickedness?
  • Why was Ahab’s judgment that was prophesied by Elijah delayed?

2 Chronicles 17

  • Who was Jehoshaphat and why was the LORD with him?
  • Why did Jehoshaphat send officials and Levites to all the towns of Judah?

Psalm 129

No Questions

Matthew 1

  • Who does Matthew’s genealogy begin and end with?
  • What five women are mentioned in Matthew’s list?
  • What phrases give evidence of Christ’s virgin birth?
  • Why did they call the baby’s name, Jesus?
  • What is the meaning of Immanuel?

Week 29—Day 2

1 Kings 22

  • What did Ahab request Jehoshaphat to do?
  • What did Jehoshaphat want to do first?
  • What did Ahab’s four hundred prophets tell Ahab to do?
  • Why did Ahab hate Micaiah?
  • What did Micaiah prophesy would happen to Israel?
  • How did Ahab react to Micaiah after the prophecy?
  • What happened to Ahab in the battle? What happened to Ahab’s chariot? What happened to Ahab’s blood?
  • What did Jehoshaphat get rid of out of the land of Judah?
  • Why did Jehoshaphat’s ships never sail?
  • What is said about Ahab’s son’s reign and how long was it?

2 Chronicles 18

  • What did Ahab ask Jehoshaphat to do?
  • What did Jehoshaphat want to do first?
  • What did Ahab’s four hundred prophets say to do?
  • Why did Ahab hate Micaiah?
  • What did Micaiah prophesy?
  • What did Ahab do to Micaiah?
  • How did Ahab die?

Matthew 2

  • Who knew where Christ would be born?
  • What phrase shows Herod’s hypocrisy?
  • Where was Jesus at when the wisemen found him?
  • What word signals that Jesus was not a baby?
  • What gifts did the wisemen give to Jesus?
  • Did the wisemen follow the same route home?
  • Why did Joseph and Mary take Jesus to Egypt?
  • How did Joseph know to return to Israel?
  • Why did they go to Nazareth?

Week 29—Day 3

2 Chronicles 19

  • Why was the wrath of God on Jehoshaphat?
  • Name some of Jehoshaphat’s good accomplishments.

2 Chronicles 20

  • What did Jehoshaphat do when the Moabites and Ammonites came against him?
  • What did the Spirit of the LORD empower Jahaziel to say regarding the battle?
  • With what did the Levites praise the Lord?
  • What happened when those who went before the army began to sing and to praise?
  • How long did it take Jehoshaphat’s men to carry away the spoil?
  • Why did the Lord destroy the ships that Jehoshaphat made?

2 Kings 1

  • What message did Elijah have for Ahaziah king of Israel?
  • What happened to the first two groups of fifty that were to get Elijah?
  • How was the third group of fifty spared?

Psalm 20

No Questions

Matthew 3

  • Which Old Testament prophet spoke about John the Baptist?
  • What did John call the Pharisees and Sadducees?
  • What happens to the tree that does not produce fruit?
  • What was the purpose of Jesus’ baptism?
  • What happened as soon as Jesus was baptized?

Week 29—Day 4

2 Kings 2

  • What did the prophets at Bethel and Jericho realize?
  • How did Elijah and Elisha cross over Jordan?
  • What did Elisha request of Elijah?
  • How was Elijah taken up to heaven?
  • What did Elisha do with the cloak of Elijah?
  • How did Elisha heal the waters?
  • What happened to the children who mocked Elisha?

2 Kings 3

  • What kind of king was Jehoram?
  • Why did Jehoram, king of Israel ask Jehoshaphat, king of Judah to help him?
  • What did Jehoshaphat want to do?
  • Who did Elisha request before replying to the kings?
  • What did the Moabites think when they saw the sun shining on the water?
  • What did the king of Moab do when he saw the battle had gone against him?

Psalm 48

No Questions

Matthew 4

  • Name each of the temptations Christ went through.
  • What chief weapon did Jesus use to resist temptation?
  • What was prophesied that the people, who sat in darkness, would see?
  • How many of the twelve were fishermen?
  • What did Jesus say He would make them to be if they followed Him?
  • What did Peter, Andrew, James and John leave to follow Jesus?
  • What kinds of diseases and sicknesses did Jesus heal?
  • BONUS QUESTION: Show how Jesus was tempted in all points like as we are by comparing Hebrews 4:15 with I John 2:15-17.

Week 29—Day 5

2 Kings 4

  • In what miraculous way did the widow woman pay her debts?
  • What did the Shunammite woman and her husband make for Elisha?
  • What miraculous thing happened to the Shunammite woman?
  • What did the Shunammite woman say that showed her faith?
  • What did Elisha tell Gehazi to do?
  • What miracle happened for the son of the Shunammite woman?
  • What happened to the pot of stew?
  • How were the hundred men fed?

2 Kings 5

  • Who suggested that Naaman see Elisha?
  • What did Elisha tell Naaman to do?
  • Who convinced Naaman that he should obey Elisha?
  • What did Elisha do when Naaman wanted to give him a gift?
  • What did Gehazi do?
  • What happened to Gehazi?

2 Kings 6

  • What happened to the axe head? (5-7)
  • Why did the king of Syria want to capture Elisha? (12-14)
  • What did Elisha say when his servant was afraid? (16)
  • What happened to the men who were sent to capture Elisha? (18-23)
  • How did Israel suffer when Benhadad besieged Samaria? (25

Matthew 5

  • How did Jesus present what we call the “Sermon on the Mount”?
  • Who are the blessed?
  • What is the purpose of salt?
  • Where, how and why should our light shine?
  • What won’t happen until heaven and earth pass away?
  • How can our righteousness exceed that of the Pharisees?
  • How are we to settle things with others?
  • What are you to do if your right hand causes you to sin?
  • What do you do if someone strikes you on the right cheek?
  • How perfect are believers supposed to be?

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Psalm 119:11

Your word I have treasured in my heart, That I may not sin against You.

 Week 28—Day 1

1 Kings 12

  • Why did Rehoboam go to Shechem with all of Israel?
  • What did Jeroboam request of Rehoboam?
  • Whose counsel did Rehoboam reject? Whose counsel did Rehoboam follow?
  • Who was Adoram/Adoniram? What happened to him?
  • Who was the only tribe that remained loyal to the house of David?
  • Why did Jeroboam set up golden calves?

2 Chronicles 10

  • Why did Rehoboam go to Shechem with all of Israel?
  • Whose counsel did Rehoboam reject? Whose counsel did Rehoboam follow?
  • Whose prophecy was fulfilled as a result of Rehoboam’s actions?
  • Who was Hadoram/Adoniram? What happened to him?

2 Chronicles 11

  • What did Shemaiah tell Rehoboam to do?
  • Why did the priests and Levites all go to Judah and Jerusalem? Who followed them?
  • Who did Rehoboam appoint as chief prince?

Titus 1

  • What indicates that Titus was probably a convert of Paul?
  • For what purpose was Titus left in Crete?
  • What qualifications were given for elders?
  • How does Paul describe the Cretians? (10-16)
  • Bonus Question: What does “To the pure all things are pure” mean?

Week 28—Day 2

1 Kings 13

  • What did the man of God from Judah prophesy against Jeroboam’s altar?
  • What happened to Jeroboam when he ordered the man of God to be seized?
  • Why did the man of God refuse Jeroboam’s invitation?
  • How did the old prophet at Bethel persuade the man of God to come to his house?
  • What happened to the man of God? Why?
  • What was the sin of the house of Jeroboam that led to its downfall?

1 Kings 14

  • What did Jeroboam tell his wife to do? Why?
  • What did the Lord reveal to the prophet Ahijah?
  • What did Ahijah tell Jeroboam’s wife concerning Jeroboam and Israel?
  • How evil did Judah become?
  • Who was Shishak and what did he do?
  • What did Rehoboam have made to take the place of the stolen treasures from the House of the Lord?

2 Chronicles 12

  • Who was Shishak and what did he do? Why?
  • Why wasn’t Jerusalem destroyed at this time?
  • What did Rehoboam have made to take the place of the stolen treasures from the House of the Lord?
  • Why did Rehoboam do evil?
  • What occurred continually between Rehoboam and Jeroboam?

Psalm 47

No Questions

Titus 2

  • How are older men and women supposed to act?
  • What were the older women to teach the younger women?
  • What were young men exhorted to be?
  • How were servants/bondslaves/slaves to act?
  • What does the grace of God teach us?
  • What is that “blessed hope”?
  • What did Jesus do for us?

Week 28—Day 3

1 Kings 15

  • Describe Abijam/Abijah’s three year reign over Judah.
  • What kind of a king was Asa and specifically what did he do during his 40 year reign?
  • How long did Nadab rule over Israel and what kind of king was he?
  • How did Baasha become king of Israel?
  • Was Baasha a good or bad king?

2 Chronicles 13

  • Who became king of Judah in Jeroboam’s eighteenth year as king?
  • How many total troops were involved in the battle between Judah and Jeroboam’s army?
  • Why did God rout Jeroboam and all Israel before Abijah and Judah?
  • Who won the battle?
  • Who grew in strength?

2 Chronicles 14

  • What kind of a king was Asa and specifically what did he do during his 40 year reign?
  • Describe Asa’s prayer before fighting the Cushites/Ethiopians.

Titus 3

  • What was Titus to remind the Cretians to do?
  • How and why did God save us?
  • What should believers in God be careful to do?
  • What should believers avoid?
  • Who should believers reject?
  • What was Zenas’ title?

Week 28—Day 4

2 Chronicles 15

  • Who was Azariah and what did he prophesy to Asa? How did Asa respond?
  • What was done to those who did not seek the LORD?
  • Who was Maachah and what did she do?

2 Chronicles 16

  • Why did Asa give silver and gold to Benhadad king of Syria?
  • What did Hanani the seer say to Asa?
  • How did Asa react to Hanani’s words?
  • Where were the acts of Asa written down?
  • How did Asa die?

1 Kings 16

  • Who prophesied against Baasha?
  • How did Zimri become king?
  • How long was Zimri king of Israel?
  • How did Omri do in his twelve year reign as king over Israel?
  • What city did Omri build?
  • How did Ahab do in his twenty-two year reign over Israel?
  • Who did Ahab marry?
  • How was Joshua’s prophecy fulfilled when Jericho was rebuilt? (Joshua 6:26)


  • To whom was this epistle primarily addressed?
  • What does this book tell us about Philemon?
  • Who was Archippus?
  • What two points about himself did Paul make as an intercessor?
  • What relationship did Paul claim between himself and Onesimus?
  • In what two ways did Paul ask Philemon to receive Onesimus?
  • What shows that Paul believed in making things right wherever possible?
  • Was Philemon a convert of Paul? Is there proof?
  • What did Paul trust would be the result of Philemon’s prayer?
  • What was Paul’s final prayer in this epistle?

Week 28—Day 5

1 Kings 17

  • What did Elijah prophesy would not happen for three years?
  • Who fed Elijah during this time? How often?
  • What did Elijah ask the widow of Zarephath to do for him?
  • What miracle did the LORD perform for the widow?
  • What other miracle did the LORD perform for the widow?

1 Kings 18

  • What did the LORD tell Elijah to do?
  • Who was Obadiah and what did he do when Jezebel was killing the LORD’s prophets?
  • Why was Obadiah afraid to tell Ahab that Elijah was there?
  • What did Ahab call Elijah? What was Elijah’s response?
  • What did Elijah ask the Israelites?
  • Describe Elijah’s challenge to prove who was the one true God?
  • How long did Elijah give the prophets of Baal to call on their god?
  • How much water did Elijah pour on his sacrifice and wood?
  • Why did Elijah want God to answer his prayer?
  • What did they do to the prophets of Baal?
  • What sign was given to Elijah’s servant that it was going to rain?
  • How was Elijah able to outrun Ahab to Jezreel?

Psalm 119

No Questions


  • What three wishes did Jude have for his readers?
  • What did Jude exhort us to earnestly contend for?
  • Why was it necessary to contend?
  • What were the characteristics of those who crept in?
  • What are three Old Testament examples of corporate departure from the faith and the punishments?
  • What example did Jude use to show that we should not speak out in judgment against others?
  • What three individuals are examples of apostasy and what can we learn from these examples?
  • What are some characteristics of apostates?
  • What advice was given for us to preserve our spiritual life?
  • What are two different ways to deal with people?
  • What two things can God do for you?
  • What four attributes can be ascribed to our God both now and forever?

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Psalms 46:1-3

1  God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble.  2  Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change And though the mountains slip into the heart of the sea;  3  Though its waters roar and foam, Though the mountains quake at its swelling pride. Selah.

 Week 27—Day 1

1 Kings 10

  • What did the Queen of Sheba say about Solomon?
  • How much gold did Solomon receive each year?
  • From what did Solomon make his throne? What was it trimmed out with?
  • Why weren’t any of Solomon’s vessels made of silver?
  • How did Solomon’s wealth and wisdom compare to the other kings of on the earth at that time?
  • How many chariots and horsemen did Solomon have?
  • How common was silver in Jerusalem?

1 Kings 11

  • How many women did Solomon have?
  • What did Solomon’s wives specifically do to him? How did the Lord feel about that?  What was the result to Solomon’s kingdom?
  • Who were Solomon’s adversaries?
  • How did Ahijah show Jeroboam that he would become king of ten tribes? When was the division of the kingdom to happen?
  • Why did Jeroboam go to Egypt and how long was he there?
  • What was the length of Solomon’s reign in Jerusalem over all of Israel?
  • Who became king after Solomon died?

2 Chronicles 9

  • Why did the Queen of Sheba go to Jerusalem?
  • How did the Queen of Sheba test Solomon? What was Solomon’s response?
  • What was the Queen of Sheba’s response to Solomon?
  • From what trees were the lyres and harps made for the singers and how common was the use of that material?
  • From what did Solomon make his throne? What was it trimmed out with?
  • How common was silver in Jerusalem?
  • How did Solomon’s wealth and wisdom compare to the other kings of on the earth at that time?
  • What was the length of Solomon’s reign in Jerusalem over all of Israel?

1 Timothy 6

  • How should servants treat their masters? How should masters treat their servants?
  • How is the one who teaches false doctrines and does not agree with sound instruction described?
  • What is godliness with contentment considered?
  • What can those who desire to be rich fall into?
  • What is the root of all kinds of evil?
  • What should the man of God pursue?
  • What kind of fight should we be fighting?
  • How does Paul describe the Lord Jesus Christ?
  • List Paul’s commands to the rich.

Week 27—Day 2

Ecclesiastes 1

  • What did Solomon say that everything was?
  • What five cycles does Solomon give?
  • What are all things?
  • How much is new under the sun?
  • What did Solomon seek and search out?
  • What do wisdom and knowledge bring?

Ecclesiastes 2

  • What did Solomon try and gather for himself?
  • What did Solomon choose to go without?
  • What was Solomon’s conclusion of all he sought, tried and gathered?
  • What the similarities between a wise man and a fool?
  • What did Solomon hate?
  • What did Solomon say is from the hand of God?

Ecclesiastes 3

  • Is there a time for everything?
  • What has God made beautiful in its time?
  • What has been set on man’s heart?
  • How long do the things that God does remain?
  • List the similarities and differences between the death of man and animal.

Psalm 45

No Questions

2 Timothy 1

  • What was Paul reminded about regarding Timothy?
  • What spirit has God given us?
  • Why did God save and call Paul and Timothy?
  • Who did Paul know and of what was he persuaded?
  • What was Timothy to guard?

Week 27—Day 3

Ecclesiastes 4

  • Who did Solomon congratulate? Why?
  • What does the fool do?
  • What does not satisfy?
  • Why are two better than one?
  • What is a poor yet wise youth better than?

Ecclesiastes 5

  • What should you do when you go to the house of God and what should you do rather than offering a sacrifice of fools?
  • Why should our words be few?
  • When is not making a vow better than making one?
  • Who never has enough money?
  • Why does a rich man have a hard time sleeping?
  • How much goes with a person when they die?
  • Bonus Question: What are the similarities between verse 15, Job’s statement in Job 1:22, and Hannah’s song in 1 Samuel 2 (specifically verse 7-8)?
  • What is a gift from God?

Ecclesiastes 6

  • Who is a stillborn better off than? Why?
  • For what are all man’s efforts for? Why?
  • What is better than desire?

Psalm 125

No Questions

2 Timothy 2

  • What was Timothy to be strong in
  • Who was Timothy to entrust Paul’s teachings to?
  • How are we to endure hardship?
  • Even though Paul was chained, what was not chained?
  • What trustworthy saying is given?
  • What should we do our level best in so that we will be approved unto God?
  • What must we avoid?
  • Whose teaching spreads like gangrene/cancer?
  • What should those who confess the name of the Lord do?
  • What should we flee and have nothing to do with?
  • What should the Lord’s servant do?

Week 27—Day 4

Ecclesiastes 7

  • What is a good name better than?
  • What is a sad face good for?
  • Whose heart is in the house of mourning?
  • What is better than listening to the song of fools?
  • What does a bribe do?
  • What is better that its beginning?
  • When should we consider what God has done?
  • Who is more powerful than ten rulers?
  • Who will a woman ensnare?
  • God made man upright but what has man done?

Ecclesiastes 8

  • What does wisdom do?
  • Why should you obey the king’s command?
  • Why are the hearts of people set to do evil?
  • For whom will things go well?
  • What can no one comprehend? Why?

Ecclesiastes 9

  • What is in God’s hands?
  • Who has hope?
  • With whom should you enjoy life with?
  • What should you do with all your might?
  • What happens to all?
  • What does not man know?
  • What is better than weapons of war?

Psalm 46

No Questions

2 Timothy 3

  • What kind of times will the last days be?
  • List the characteristics of people in the last days.
  • Who opposed Moses?
  • What did Timothy know and follow?
  • Who will be persecuted?
  • What will happen to evil men?
  • How long had Timothy known the Scriptures?
  • What is the origin of all Scripture?
  • What is Scripture profitable for?
  • What is Scripture’s purpose?

Week 27—Day 5

Ecclesiastes 10

  • What outweighs wisdom and honor?
  • What will calmness do?
  • Who may be bitten by a snake?
  • What will bring success?
  • What does a fool’s work do?
  • What happens when a man is lazy, and his hands are idle?
  • What is the answer for everything?
  • Why should you not curse the king or the rich?

Ecclesiastes 11

  • Why should you cast your bread upon the waters?
  • When do clouds pour rain on the earth?
  • Where will a tree lie?
  • For what things will God bring youth into judgment?

Ecclesiastes 12

  • What should a person do in their youth?
  • What are some of the issues with getting older.
  • Where will man eventually return?
  • What did the teacher impart to the people?
  • What wearies the body?
  • What was Solomon’s conclusion?
  • What will God bring to judgment?

2 Timothy 4

  • What was Paul’s charge to Timothy?
  • What will men want to hear instead of sound doctrine?
  • What was the work Paul exhorted Timothy to do?
  • What did Paul say regarding his fight, race, and faith?
  • Who receives the crown of righteousness?
  • Why did Demas forsake Paul?
  • Who was with Paul?
  • What did Paul want Timothy to bring?
  • Who stood with Paul by giving him strength and delivering him?

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Sing praise to the LORD, you His godly ones, And give thanks to His holy name.  Psalms 30:4

Week 26—Day 1

I Kings 6

  • How many years after Israel left Egypt did Solomon begin to build the temple?
  • What were the temple’s dimensions?
  • What was built around the temple?
  • What sound was not heard in the temple during the construction?
  • What did the Lord promise Solomon if he kept God’s statutes?
  • Of what material was the inside of the temple overlaid?
  • How many years did it take to build the temple?

2 Chronicles 3

  • Where did Solomon build the temple?
  • What were the temple’s dimensions?
  • What were the most holy house’s dimensions?

1 Timothy 1

  • According to what was Paul an Apostle of Christ Jesus?
  • Who is our hope?
  • What did Paul tell Timothy to teach the Ephesians?
  • What was the goal of Paul and Timothy’s instruction?
  • Why did some turn astray? What did they turn astray to?
  • Is the law good or bad? Who is the law for?
  • Into what did God put Paul? Why?
  • What was Paul before he became a Christian?
  • Who did Christ come into the world to save?
  • What two reasons did Paul give as to why he obtained mercy?
  • What short burst of praise did Paul offer?
  • What personal charge did Paul give to Timothy?
  • Who suffered shipwreck concerning their faith?
  • Why did Paul deliver them to Satan?

Week 26—Day 2

I Kings 7

  • How many years did it take to build Solomon’s house?
  • Who did the metal work for the temple?
  • What did Solomon bring to the temple when it was finished?

2 Chronicles 4

  • How much brass was used for the various items?
  • What were some items made of gold?

Psalm 44

No questions

1 Timothy 2

  • What priority should prayer take?
  • What types of prayer are mentioned?
  • Who should we pray for? For what should we pray?
  • How many people did Jesus give Himself as a ransom for?
  • Where should we pray? How should we pray?
  • How should women dress? How should women learn?  What was Paul’s reasoning?
  • How will women be preserved? What must women do in order to be preserved?

Week 26—Day 3

I Kings 8

  • What did the priests take to the temple?
  • What filled the temple when the priests came out of the holy place?
  • What could not contain God?
  • What did Solomon request of the Lord when people prayed toward the temple?
  • What did Solomon want all the peoples of the earth to know?
  • How many animals did Solomon offer at the dedication of the temple?

Psalm 30

No Questions

1 Timothy 3

  • What is said about a man who desires to be an overseer?
  • What qualifications are given for an overseer?
  • What qualifications are given for a deacon?
  • How does Paul summarize the purpose of writing this epistle?
  • How does Paul describe the Church?
  • What verbs were used to describe the mystery of godliness?

 Week 26—Day 4

2 Chronicles 5

  • How many sheep and oxen were sacrificed?
  • What was in the ark?
  • How many priests sounded with trumpets?
  • How many sounds did the trumpeters and singers make?
  • What filled the house of the Lord?

2 Chronicles 6

  • What did the LORD say to David regarding his desire to build a house for God?
  • What can not contain God?
  • How often did Solomon wish the eyes of God to be on the house of God?
  • What phrase is repeated often in this chapter?
  • Who alone knows the hearts of men?
  • Who has not sinned?

2 Chronicles 7

  • What happened when Solomon ended his prayer?
  • How many animals were sacrificed at the dedication of the house of God?
  • What did God request of His people before He would hear from heaven?
  • Who is verse 14 addressed to?
  • What did God promise Solomon if he would keep His commandments?
  • What was promised to Solomon if he disobeyed his commandments?

Psalm 121

No Questions

1 Timothy 4

  • What did the Spirit say would happen in the later times?
  • What do the liars forbid others to do?
  • What is nourishing to the Christian?
  • What was Timothy to reject?
  • What did Paul say about bodily exercise?
  • How was Timothy to be an example?
  • What was Timothy exhorted to give attention to?
  • What was Timothy not to neglect?
  • What was Timothy to pay close attention to?

Week 26—Day 5

I Kings 9

  • What was God’s promise to Solomon if he followed His statutes? What if he didn’t?
  • What had the King of Tyre supplied to Solomon?
  • What did Solomon give to the King of Tyre?
  • What did Solomon build at Ezion-Geber?
  • Whose sailors served in the same fleet with Solomon’s men?

2 Chronicles 8

  • What did Solomon build at the end of 20 years?
  • What did Solomon build in Jerusalem and Lebanon?
  • Why didn’t Solomon want Pharaoh’s daughter to live in the house of David?
  • How did Solomon’s servants bring back gold from Ophir?

1 Timothy 5

  • How should older men be treated?
  • How should older women be treated?
  • How should younger women be treated?
  • What kind of widows should the church support?
  • What widows shouldn’t the church support? Why?
  • How should elders who rule well be treated?
  • What is required before receiving an accusation against an elder?
  • What should be done to those who are sinning?
  • How should both honor and rebuke be administered?
  • What does Paul say about laying hands on someone?
  • For what reason did Paul say to drink a little wine?
  • What might be evident in some but hidden in others?

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Every word of God is tested; He is a shield to those who take refuge in Him.   Proverbs 30:5

 Week 25—Day 1

Proverbs 29

  • Who will be suddenly destroyed?
  • What do the righteous consider?
  • What type of person loses their temper?
  • What brings wisdom?
  • Who brings his mother shame?
  • What happens when there is no vision?
  • What does humility do?

Proverbs 30

  • How much of God’s word is tested?
  • Why should we not want to be rich or poor?
  • Who has two daughters?
  • What is never satisfied?
  • Whose eye will be plucked out by what and eaten by what?
  • What four things did the writer not understand?
  • What three things make the earth shake?
  • What things on earth are small but wise?
  • What does the churning of anger bring?

Proverbs 31

  • Why shouldn’t rulers desire strong drink?
  • Who should receive strong drink?
  • Whose rights should be defended?
  • Who is more valuable than jewels?
  • Who trusts the virtuous woman?
  • List some of the things an excellent wife does.
  • Where is an excellent wife’s husband known?
  • What comes out of an excellent wife’s mouth?
  • Who blesses an excellent wife?
  • What is deceitful and what is vain?

1 Thessalonians 4

  • What did Paul say is the will of God?
  • What should everyone know how to do?
  • What has God called us unto?
  • Who has taught us to love one another?
  • What three things did Paul command the church to seek?
  • What did Paul say regarding our behavior toward those outside the church?
  • Of what didn’t Paul want the Thessalonians to be ignorant?
  • Why is the sorrow over the death of a Christian less that the death of one who is lost?
  • What sounds will accompany the return of the Lord?
  • What is the hope of Christians either dead or alive?

Week 25—Day 2

Song of Solomon 1

  • What is love better than?
  • What color was Solomon’s wife?
  • To what did she compare her love?

Song of Solomon 2

  • Where was she brought and what kind of banner was over her?
  • What was her beloved like?
  • What time had come?
  • What spoils the vines?

Song of Solomon 3

  • Who was she seeking?
  • Who surrounded Solomon’s bed?
  • Describe what Solomon made for himself.

Psalm 72

No Questions

I Thessalonians 5

  • What two illustrations did Paul use to describe the coming of the day of the Lord?
  • What are we children of?
  • What is the meaning of the word “sleep” in verses 6 and 7?
  • Bonus question: How does verse 8 compare to Ephesians 6:13-17?
  • Bonus question: How does verse 8 compare with I Thessalonians 1:3?
  • List two things Paul requested the church to do regarding those who work and lead the church.
  • What three duties of leaders in the church did Paul give?
  • List fifteen things that Paul said believers are to do in verses 13-22.
  • What did Paul ask that should be done with this epistle?

Week 25—Day 3

Song of Solomon 4

  • To what was her love’s neck compared?
  • What was not in him?
  • What was under his tongue?

Song of Solomon 5

  • How did her beloved rank among ten thousand?
  • Describe his physical attributes?

Song of Solomon 6

  • What did she claim about her beloved?

2 Thessalonians 1

  • Who was with Paul when he wrote this epistle?
  • What did Paul commend the Thessalonian church for?
  • Bonus question: Compare verse 5 with Acts 5:41.
  • How will those who afflict be repaid?
  • Who will come with Jesus when He comes to give relief to the afflicted?
  • To whom will retribution/punishment be given?
  • How long will the retribution/punishment last?
  • What was Paul’s prayer for the Thessalonians?

 Week 25—Day 4

Song of Solomon 7

  • What was laid up for the beloved?

Song of Solomon 8

  • What is cruel as the grave?
  • What cannot quench love?

Psalm 127

No questions

2 Thessalonians 2

  • What three things did Paul ask the Thessalonians should not to be worried about?
  • What two things must take place before the Day of the Lord can come?
  • What are the activities regarding the man of sin/lawlessness?
  • How will the Lord slay the man of sin/lawlessness?
  • What are the only two things a person can believe?
  • When did God choose the Thessalonian believers for salvation?
  • Salvation Is through what?

Week 25—Day 5

1 Kings 5

  • What was Solomon’s request from the King of Tyre?
  • What was the king’s response?
  • What did Solomon give the King of Tyre?
  • How many Israelites did Solomon use to prepare materials for the temple?

2 Chronicles 2

  • What did Solomon determine to do?
  • What did Solomon request from the King of Tyre?
  • Who did Solomon make to be bearers of burdens?

2 Thessalonians 3

  • What did Paul want the Thessalonian church to pray about?
  • What was the Lord faithful in doing?
  • What confidence did Paul have in the Lord regarding the Thessalonian church?
  • What did Paul request that the Lord direct their hearts into?
  • How did Paul tell them to deal with a brother who was disorderly and did not obey Paul’s instructions?
  • What is to be our attitude while taking action against a disorderly and disobedient brother?
  • Why did Paul say the church should follow his example?
  • If a person is not willing to work then what should be the result?
  • What can people turn into who don’t work?
  • Bonus question: How does Galatians 6:9 compare to verse 13?
  • What proof did Paul give that this and other epistles were his own?

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Trust in the LORD with all your heart And do not lean on your own understanding.    In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will make your paths straight.     Proverbs 3:5-6

 Week 23—Day 1

Proverbs 3

  • What will be added to you if you keep the commandments?
  • On what should we not lean? What should we do for the LORD to direct our paths?
  • With what should we honor the LORD?
  • Who should we not despised and what should we not loathe?
  • Who is the blessed man?
  • By what did the LORD found the earth? By what did the Lord establish the heavens?
  • What should we not withhold from them to whom it is due?
  • With whom should you not contend?
  • Who does the Lord give grace to?
  • What will the wise inherit? What do fools display?

Proverbs 4

  • What are we to acquire and what are we not to forget?
  • With our acquiring, what are we to get?
  • What causes a prolonged life?
  • Describe the path of the wicked and what a person is to do with it.
  • Describe the path of the righteous.
  • What should you watch over with all diligence?
  • Where should you turn your path?

Proverbs 5

  • Describe the adulteress / strange woman, what her ways are like, and how she will lead a man.
  • Describe the wife of your youth.
  • What does the Lord watch?

Romans 10

  • What was Paul’s desire and prayer for Israel?
  • What did Paul say about Israel’s zeal for God?
  • Where should the word of faith be?
  • What did Paul say about confession and belief?
  • Who will be saved with what distinction?
  • From where does faith come?
  • What did Moses prophesy would provoke Israel to jealousy?

Week 23—Day 2

Proverbs 6

  • What examples from nature are given showing how you should get out of being surety for another?
  • What creature should the sluggard consider?
  • What will come to the sluggard?
  • Describe a wicked man and what will come to him suddenly and instantly.
  • What seven things are an abomination to the LORD?
  • What is a son to observe and not forsake? Why?
  • What does an adulteress hunt for?
  • How long does the reproach of adultery last?

Proverbs 7

  • What should we do with the commandments?
  • Where did the young man lacking sense walk?
  • Describe the way and actions of the woman dressed as a harlot.
  • How does she entice the young man?
  • How did the young man follow her?
  • What physically can happen to a man who goes after her?

Psalm 7


Romans 11

  • What two examples did Paul give to show God has not cast away Israel?
  • If salvation is by grace it is no longer on the basis of what?
  • Who was blinded?
  • To whom was Paul an apostle?
  • To what type of tree is likened to Israel?
  • How did the Gentiles become part of this tree?
  • Why should Gentiles not be haughty?
  • On whom does God want to show mercy?
  • What do verses 33-36 make you understand?

Week 23—Day 3

Proverbs 8

  • What should the naïve and fools understand?
  • What is wisdom better than?
  • What does the fear of the LORD cause?
  • When did wisdom begin?
  • What does one who finds wisdom obtain?
  • What do those who hate wisdom love?

Proverbs 9

  • What has wisdom done?
  • How do a scorner and a wise man differ in the way they receive reproof and rebuke?
  • What does a wise man do when he receives instruction?
  • What is the beginning of wisdom?
  • Describe the woman of folly and where her guests are.

Proverbs 10

  • What makes a father glad and who is a grief to his mother?
  • What happens to the negligent?  What happens to the diligent?
  • What is the difference between the mouth of the righteous and the mouth of the wicked?
  • What does love cover?
  • Who is wise?
  • The lips of the righteous do what?
  • What objects are used to compare a lazy person to those who send him?

Psalm 144


Romans 12

  • What did Paul urge us to do?
  • Instead of being conformed to the world how are we to be transformed?
  • How should we think?
  • What has God dealt to each of us?
  • What illustration did Paul use to show that all people do not have the same function in the church?
  • How should we love?
  • How should we treat one another?
  • What are we to overcome evil with?

Week 23—Day 4

Proverbs 11

  • What is an abomination to the Lord?
  • What will guide the upright?
  • When is there rejoicing and shouting in a city?
  • What does a talebearer reveal?
  • In what is victory?
  • What is a ring of gold in a pig’s nose compared to?
  • Who will be prosperous?
  • Who will fall and who will flourish?
  • What is the fruit of the righteous?

Proverbs 12

  • Who loves knowledge? Who hates reproof?
  • What does a good man obtain?
  • What is an excellent wife?
  • What is said about the compassion of the wicked?
  • What does a wise man listen to?
  • What is lying considered to the Lord?
  • What does anxiety do?
  • What is the precious possession of a man?

Proverbs 13

  • What does a wise son accept?
  • Who preserves their life?
  • What causes nothing but strife?
  • Who shall increase?
  • What makes the heart sick?
  • What will come to those that neglect discipline?
  • Who should be your companions?
  • What does a good man leave?
  • What does a father do to a son whom he loves?

Psalm 8


Romans 13

  • To whom should we be subject?
  • What is the purpose of rulers? What are some things you render to governing authorities?
  • What is the only thing we should owe?
  • What should we cast off? How should we walk?
  • For what should we make no provision?

Week 23—Day 5

Proverbs 14

  • What is the difference between a wise and foolish woman?
  • What is in the mouth of the foolish?
  • What comes by the strength of an ox?
  • What do fools do regarding sin?
  • What is the end of the way that seems right to man?
  • What does the sensible man do?
  • Who is happy?
  • What brings profit?
  • What is the benefit of fearing the LORD?
  • Who exalts folly?
  • Who honors his Maker?
  • What is a disgrace to any people?

Proverbs 15

  • What does a harsh word do?
  • Where are the eyes of the Lord?
  • What is a tree of life?
  • What things are an abomination to the LORD in this chapter?
  • What is the prayer of the upright to the LORD?
  • What will happen to those who hate reproof?
  • What does a cheerful heart have?
  • Why are a meal of vegetables better than a fattened ox?
  • Where does the path of life for the wise?
  • What comes before honor?

Romans 14

  • What differences did some Christians have regarding eating?
  • Before whom do we stand?
  • How do some Christians differ about keeping special days?
  • Who should believers live and die for? Why?
  • Before whose judgment shall we stand?
  • What should we not do to each other?
  • What is unclean and to whom?
  • What should we be careful not to do?
  • If the kingdom of God is not food and drink, then what is it?
  • What should we pursue?
  • What are we not to tear down for the sake of food?
  • Whatever is not from faith is what?

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1  Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, 2  through whom also we have obtained our introduction by faith into this grace in which we stand; and we exult in hope of the glory of God.  Romans 5:1-2

 Week 22—Day 1

1 Chronicles 22

  • What did David do before his death?
  • What did David charge Solomon to do?
  • What did David command the leaders of Israel to do?

1 Chronicles 23

  • How were the Levites divided up?
  • What no longer needed carried by the Levites?
  • What were the tasks outlined for the Levites to carry out?

1 Chronicles 24

  • How were Aaron’s descendants divided?

1 Chronicles 25

  • Who did David and the commanders of his army set apart for service and what were their duties?

Psalm 78


Romans 5

  • What are believers justified by?
  • What do believers exult / rejoice in?
  • What does tribulation produce?
  • When and for who did Christ die?
  • What are believers saved from?
  • How many people brought sin into the world?
  • What is the free gift of salvation NOT like? Why?
  • Why did the law come in?
  • Sin reigns in what? Grace reigns in what?

Week 22—Day 2

1 Kings 1

  • What was the solution David’s servants came up with to keep him warm when he was advanced in years.
  • Who exalted himself as king?
  • What did Bathsheba do with Nathan’s counsel?
  • Who appointed Solomon as King of Israel per David’s instruction?
  • What did Adonijah do and how did Solomon respond?

1 Chronicles 26

  • Who were the gatekeepers?
  • Who had charge of the treasures of the house of God?
  • What were part of the spoils won in battle dedicated to?

1 Chronicles 27

  • At what interval of time did a new group of twenty-four thousand come to serve the king?
  • Who did David put in charge of what?
  • Who was David’s counselor?
  • Who was David’s friend?

1 Chronicles 28

  • Who did David gather and for what purpose?
  • What did David tell Solomon?
  • What did David give to Solomon and for what purpose?
  • Who would help Solomon build the temple?

Romans 6

  • Why have we been buried with Christ through baptism?
  • According to verse 4 why did Christ rise from the dead? How important is the resurrection to our salvation?
  • Why was the old man crucified with Christ?
  • If believers have died with Christ what must they believe?
  • What must not reign in our earthly bodies?
  • What is an unbeliever a slave to? What is a believer a slave to?
  • What is the benefit of being enslaved to God?
  • What are the wages of sin? What is the free gift of God?

Week 22—Day 3

1 Kings 2

  • Who did David tell Solomon to put to death and who was to be spared? Why?
  • Why was Adonijah put to death?
  • Who was put over Solomon’s army after killing Joab?
  • Who replaced Abiathar as a priest?
  • Who did Benaiah kill?

1 Chronicles 29

  • What was David’s part in preparing to build the temple?
  • What was David’s question to the assembled? What was their response?
  • What was David’s prayer for Solomon?
  • How long was David’s reign? How old was he when he died?
  • Where were the acts of David written?

Romans 7

  • What illustration does Paul give to show believers are no longer bound to the law?
  • How should believers serve?
  • What was the purpose of the Law?
  • What did the Law help us come to know?
  • Does anything good dwell in the flesh?
  • What does Paul call himself? Why?
  • What did Paul say he was serving with his mind and with his flesh?

Week 22—Day 4

1 Kings 3

  • Who did Solomon form a marriage alliance with?
  • Why were the people still “sacrificing on the high places”?
  • What did God tell Solomon in a dream? What did Solomon ask for?
  • What else did the Lord say Solomon would receive?
  • Describe the incident with the two harlots that showed Solomon’s wisdom.

2 Chronicles 1

  • What was Solomon’s request of God? What was God’s response?
  • Describe how prosperous Solomon was as King over Israel.

Psalm 42


Romans 8

  • Who is not condemned? Why?
  • What was the purpose of God’s son to come in the likeness of flesh?
  • Who cannot please God? Why?
  • Who are sons of God?
  • How can believers know that they are children of God?
  • Who groans? Why?
  • Who do all things work together for?
  • Explain the link that occurs in verses 29-30.
  • What was Paul convinced of?

Week 22—Day 5

1 Kings 4

  • Who were Solomon’s officials?
  • What was a deputy’s responsibility?
  • How wise was Solomon?
  • How many proverbs did Solomon speak? How many songs?
  • Where did people and kings come from to hear Solomon’s wisdom?

Proverbs 1

  • Why is Proverbs beneficial?
  • Who will hear these and increase learning?
  • What is the beginning of knowledge?
  • What should you do if sinners entice you?
  • How do many incorrectly respond to the cry of wisdom?
  • What reward is there for those who listen to wisdom?

Proverbs 2

  • How should we seek after wisdom, knowledge and understanding?
  • What is the source of wisdom, knowledge and understanding?
  • From what will wisdom, knowledge, discretion and understanding deliver you?
  • What two paths are mentioned?

Psalm 43


Romans 9

  • What caused Paul “great sorrow and unceasing grief”?
  • Who is not all Israel? Why?
  • Verse 13 says that God loved Jacob and hated Esau; does that mean God is unjust? Why?  What illustration is given?  What is the conclusion this idea in verse 18?
  • What illustration did Paul give to show God can do as he sees fit according to His will?
  • Were the Jews the only called ones?
  • How did the Gentiles attain righteousness? Why did Israel not attain righteousness?  What did the Israelites try to attain righteousness by? 

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For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.  Romans 1:16

 Week 21—Day 1

2 Samuel 13

  • Who was Amnon? Who was Tamar?
  • What sin did Amnon commit to Tamar? What did Amnon do to Tamar afterwards?
  • How did David feel about the situation?
  • How was revenge taken on Amnon? How did David feel about the revenge?

2 Samuel 14

  • What was Joab’s part in getting Absalom back home?
  • What were David’s instructions concerning where Absalom was to go when he returned?
  • How long did Absalom live in Jerusalem before seeing his father?
  • How did Absalom finally get to see his father?

Acts 28

  • On what island did they shipwreck?
  • What was the result of Paul throwing sticks on the fire?
  • How did the people feel when they saw that Paul had not been harmed?
  • Who was healed on the island?
  • Who did Paul call to see him?
  • What Prophecy did Paul say was fulfilled?
  • How long did Paul live in his own rented place?

Week 21—Day 2

2 Samuel 15

  • What did Absalom do to steal the hearts of his people?
  • How did Absalom appoint himself to be king of Hebron?
  • What did David have to do because of Absalom?

2 Samuel 16

  • Who was Ziba and what did he do for David?
  • Who was Shimei and what did he do to David?
  • What was Ahithophel’s advice to Absalom? Did Absalom follow it?

2 Samuel 17

  • Whose advice did Absalom follow in regards to pursuing his father?
  • Who did Hushai tell and send to David?
  • How did Jonathan and Ahimaaz hide?
  • What did Ahithophel do when he saw his advice was not followed?
  • Who did Absalom appoint over his army?
  • What did Shobi, Makir, and Barzillai do for David?

Psalm 3

No Questions

Psalm 63

No Questions

Romans 1

  • Who promised the Gospel of God? What is the Gospel of God about?
  • From who to whom was Romans written?
  • How often did Paul pray for the believers in Rome?
  • List three reasons Paul desired to go to the believers in Rome.
  • To whom was Paul indebted to?
  • What was Paul not ashamed of?

Week 21—Day 3

2 Samuel 18

  • What command did David give his army regarding Absalom?
  • What happened to Absalom in the forest?
  • What did Joab do to Absalom?
  • Who ran to David but had no news concerning Absalom?
  • Who brought the news concerning Absalom’s death to David?

2 Samuel 19

  • Why did Joab tell David to stop mourning for Absalom?
  • Who did David refuse to kill when he returned to Jerusalem?
  • Why did Barzillai turn down David’s offer to go to Jerusalem?

2 Samuel 20

  • Who rebelled against David?
  • Who did Joab kill that could have become commander of the army?
  • What did the wise woman do to spare the city which Joab was seeking to destroy?

Psalm 34

No Questions

Romans 2

  • Who has no excuse?
  • What will there be for anyone who does evil?
  • What will there be for those who do good?
  • Because of who is the name of God blasphemed among the Gentiles?
  • Who is a real Jew?
  • Which circumcision is the most important?

Week 21—Day 4

2 Samuel 21

  • Who was hanged and exposed by the Gibeonites?
  • What did Rizpah do?
  • What was unusual about the man that Jonathan son of Shimeah killed?

2 Samuel 22

  • Make some general observations about David’s Song.

2 Samuel 23

  • Who smote the Philistines until his hand grew tired and froze to the sword?
  • Who stood in the middle of a field of lentils and defended it?
  • What did David do with the water that was brought from Bethlehem?
  • Who went down into a pit and slew a lion on a snowy day?
  • Who was the last person mentioned among David’s mighty men?

Psalm 18

No Questions

Romans 3

  • What advantage did the Jews have over the Gentiles?
  • Who is the liar?
  • How many are righteous?
  • Where does the knowledge of sin come from?
  • How many people fall short of God’s glory?
  • Who is justified by faith?
  • Does faith nullify the law?

Week 21—Day 5

2 Samuel 24

  • What did David command Joab to do?
  • What did David realize he had done?
  • What three options did Gad offer David as punishment?
  • What did Araunah offer to give to David?
  • Why did David insist on paying?

1 Chronicles 21

  • What did Satan tempt David to do?
  • Which of the three choices did David choose as punishment for his sin?
  • How did David’s sin affect others?
  • Where did David build an altar to the LORD?
  • What did David insist on doing?

Romans 4

  • How was Abraham declared righteous?
  • Who are the blessed according to David?
  • Did circumcision make Abraham righteous?
  • Who grew strong in faith and gave glory to God?
  • How is righteousness credited to us?

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Create in me a clean heart, O God, And renew a steadfast spirit within me.           Psalm 51:10

 Week 20—Day 1

2 Samuel 6

  • Why did Uzzah die? Thought question:  Was God unfair?  Why or why not?
  • Where was the Ark of the Covenant being transported from?
  • How long did the Ark of the Covenant stay at the house of Obed-edom the Gittite?
  • Where did the Ark of the Covenant go from Obed-edom’s house?
  • How many steps were taken before David sacrificed?
  • What did David do after he finished sacrificing?
  • Who was Michal? What did she do?  What happened to her?

1 Chronicles 13

  • Did David get a consensus from the people before bringing the Ark of the Covenant back?
  • How was the Ark of the Covenant carried?
  • Why did Uzza put out his hand to steady the Ark of the Covenant? What happened to Uzza as a result?
  • Instead taking the Ark of the Covenant home where was it taken and how long did it remain there?

Psalm 60

No questions

Acts 23

  • How did Paul live his life?
  • What did Ananias command to those standing next to Paul?
  • How did Paul cause division between the Pharisees and the Sadducees?
  • Who stood beside Paul the night after his appearance before the council?
  • Who heard of the conspiracy against Paul and told him?
  • What was the reason Claudius Lysias gave for rescuing Paul?

Week 20—Day 2

1 Chronicles 14

  • Who was Hiram and what did he send to David?
  • What did David do at Jerusalem and what came as a result?
  • What did David do to the gods of the Philistines?
  • What was the sign God would give David when it was time to go to battle?

1 Chronicles 15

  • What had David done wrong in bringing the Ark of the Covenant home the first time?
  • What changed in how they transported the Ark of the Covenant home the second time around?
  • What was involved in the celebration as the Ark of the Covenant went home?
  • Who despised David when she saw him celebrating?

1 Chronicles 16

  • Where was the Ark of the Covenant put?
  • What were Asaph and his relatives assigned to do? Thought Question:  Does this apply to us today?

Acts 24

  • Who was the Prosecutor in Paul’s case?
  • What were the charges brought against Paul?
  • Who defended Paul?
  • When did Felix say he would decide the case?
  • What happened to Felix when Paul started talking about the gospel?
  • Who succeeded Felix and what happened to Paul?

Week 20—Day 3

2 Samuel 7

  • Who would build the Temple instead of David?
  • How long would David’s kingdom last?
  • What did David do after Nathan told him that he would not be the one building the temple?

2 Samuel 8

  • Explain the two lines David measured when he defeated Moab.
  • How many soldiers and horsemen of Hadadezer’s army did David kill?
  • How many Arameans did David kill?
  • What did David do with the silver, gold and brass he salvaged from Hadadezer?
  • What kind of a king was David?

1 Chronicles 17

  • Why did David want to build a more permanent structure for the Ark of the Covenant?
  • What was God’s response?
  • Spend some time and make some observations on David’s prayer to the Lord inverses 16-27.

Psalm 132

No Questions

Acts 25

  • What was the real reason behind the Jews wanting Paul to be sent to Jerusalem?
  • Who did Paul appeal to?
  • Why did King Agrippa and Bernice go to Caesarea?
  • What was Festus at a loss for in sending Paul to the emperor?

Week 20—Day 4

2 Samuel 9

  • What was the name of the servant from the house of Saul that David called?
  • What was the name of Jonathan’s crippled son?
  • What did David do for him?

2 Samuel 10

  • Who was Hanun?
  • What did David do for Hanun?
  • How did Hanun respond?
  • How did David respond to Hanun’s response?
  • What resulted from all of this?

1 Chronicles 18

  • List all of David’s victories in this chapter?
  • How did David rule over Israel?
  • Who was over David’s army?

1 Chronicles 19

  • Why did David show kindness to Hanun?
  • How did Hanun respond to David’s kindness?
  • What was the result of Hanun’s actions and who won?

Psalm 89

No Questions

Acts 26

  • What did Agrippa say Paul could do?
  • What did Paul say he was being tried for?
  • For what reason did some Jews take Paul and attempt to put him to death?
  • What did Festus yell at Paul during his defense? What was Paul’s response?
  • What did Paul ask Agrippa? How did Agrippa respond?
  • What was Festus’ and Agrippa’s conclusion on Paul?

Week 20—Day 5

2 Samuel 11

  • What was the time of the year when kings usually went to battle?
  • Who did David see from his roof? What resulted?
  • How did David arrange to have Uriah die?
  • What did David do with Uriah’s widow after the period of mourning?

2 Samuel 12

  • How did Nathan approach David concerning what he did in 2 Samuel 11?
  • What would remain in David’s house because of his sin?
  • What option did David give the enemies of God to do through his bad deeds?
  • What happened to David’s child that was a result of his sin?
  • How did David respond?
  • Who was Solomon the son of?
  • What did David take from the King of Rabah?

1 Chronicles 20

  • What happened with David’s Army in the Spring.
  • What was placed on David’s head?
  • Who killed Goliath’s brother?
  • Who killed the giant with 24 fingers and toes?

Psalm 51

  • What is the subject of this Psalm and how can you apply it in your life?

Psalm 32

No Questions

Acts 27

  • Who was Julius?
  • How did Julius treat Paul?
  • What was Paul’s warning?
  • What was the violent wind named that tossed the ship uncontrollably?
  • What did Paul tell the men on the ship concerning his warning and other things when they had gone a long time without food?
  • What did Paul tell the men who were about to desert the boat?
  • What happened with the boat?


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Lift up your heads, O gates, And be lifted up, O ancient doors, That the King of glory may come in! Who is the King of glory? The LORD strong and mighty, The LORD mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, O gates, And lift them up, O ancient doors, That the King of glory may come in! Who is this King of glory? The LORD of hosts, He is the King of glory. Selah.           Psalms 24:7-10

Week 17—Day 1

1 Samuel 9

  • Describe Saul’s physical attributes.
  • What did a prophet used to be called?
  • What had God told Samuel the day before he came?
  • How large was the tribe of Benjamin in relation to the other tribes?
  • What was the purpose of Samuel having Saul send his servant ahead of them?

1 Samuel 10

  • What did Samuel do to Saul?
  • Who would Saul meet at Rachel’s tomb? Why?
  • Who would Saul meet at the Plain of Tabor? Why?
  • What was at the hill of God and who would Saul meet there?
  • Who would Saul meet at Gilgal and what would happen there?
  • Where did Samuel call the people to meet at?
  • Where was Samuel’s home?

Acts 8

  • Who agreed that Stephen needed to be killed?
  • When Stephen was killed, what started against the church?
  • Who was Simon? Why did he offer the apostles money?  How did Peter respond?
  • Where was the eunuch from? What was his job?  Who witnessed to him?  Why was the eunuch so happy to see water?
  • Where did the Spirit of the Lord snatch Philip from and to?

Week 17—Day 2

1 Samuel 11

  • What did Nahash threaten to do?
  • How did Saul put his army together?
  • What happened at Gilgal?

1 Samuel 12

  • How had Samuel lived before the people? Did they agree?
  • What would happen if Israel disobeyed?
  • What was the purpose of the thunder and rain being sent?
  • How did Samuel tell the people to serve the Lord? Why?

1 Samuel 13

  • How long was Saul king when he chose 3,000 men?
  • Who destroyed the Philistines garrison? With how many men?
  • What did Saul do that resulted in his kingdom being done away with?
  • Who were the only two men with weapons in the Israelites’ battle with the Philistines?

Psalm 38

No Questions

Acts 9

  • Under whose authority did Saul go to Damascus?
  • What caused Saul to fall to the ground?
  • How long was Saul blind? Who was sent to lay hands on Saul so that he could regain his sight?
  • What did God tell Ananias about Saul?
  • What did Saul do as soon as he regained his strength?
  • Who had the courage to take Saul to the apostles in Jerusalem?
  • Who was Aeneas? What did Peter (with the Lord’s approval) do to him? What was the result?
  • Who was Tabitha? What did Peter (with the Lord’s approval) do to her?  What was the result?
  • Who did Peter stay with in Joppa?

Week 17—Day 3

1 Samuel 14

  • Who was Ichabod?
  • What did Jonathan do without Saul knowing?
  • Why were the Philistines afraid?
  • Why did Saul desire to kill Jonathan?
  • Who was Saul’s wife?
  • Who was the captain of Saul’s army?
  • How long did the Philistine war against Saul’s Army?

Psalm 124

No Questions

Acts 10

  • Who was Cornelius, where did he live, and who spoke to him? Why?  Who was he to send for and where was this man staying?
  • Describe Peter’s vision. What was Peter not to call impure/unclean?
  • Describe Peter’s message to Cornelius and his household.
  • What happened during Peter’s message?
  • What resulted from Peter’s message?

Week 17—Day 4

1 Samuel 15

  • What was Saul to do to the Amalekites? Did Saul do it?  What was Saul’s excuse?   What was Samuel’s response?
  • What did Samuel say about rebellion? What happened because of Saul’s rebellion?
  • What did Samuel do to Agag at Gilgal?
  • When did Samuel see Saul again?

1 Samuel 16

  • Where did God send Samuel to find and anoint the next king?
  • What was not to be taken into consideration when finding the next king?
  • Who was the next king and what was he doing at the time Samuel went to find him?
  • What did Samuel do to the next king in front of his brothers?
  • What came on the next king? Who departed from Saul?
  • Why did Saul feel better when David played his harp?

1 Chronicles 1

  • Whose name comes first?
  • Who was the father of Nimrod and what did Nimrod become?
  • Which son of Noah was Abraham’s ancestor?
  • Who were the sons of Isaac?

Psalm 39

No Questions

Acts 11

  • Who was critical of Peter? Why?  How did Peter respond?  How did Peter’s critics respond?
  • What caused the church at Jerusalem to send Barnabas to Antioch?
  • Where did Barnabas go to find Saul?
  • What were the disciples called first in Antioch?
  • Who predicted a famine? Where was it located?  What did the disciples do about it?

Week 17—Day 5

1 Samuel 17

  • How tall was Goliath? How did he taunt the Israelites?  How long did he taunt the Israelites?
  • Who was David? Why did he go to the battlefield where Israel and the Philistines were?
  • What did David say when he heard Goliath’s taunts? What brother responded?  What did he say?
  • How did David respond? How did Saul respond?
  • What did David tell Goliath? Explain how David killed Goliath?
  • What did David do with Goliath’s head and weapons?
  • Who took David to Saul?

1 Chronicles 2

  • Who was Jerahmeel?
  • How many children did Jether have?
  • Who was Caleb’s concubine, how many children did she have and what were their names?

Acts 12

  • Who had James put to death and how was he killed?
  • During what event was Peter seized and why did Herod do that?
  • What happened the night Peter was to go to trial?
  • Where did Herod go after executing Peter’s guards?
  • Where was Herod when he died? Why was there?
  • How did Herod die and what was the reason?

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Trust in the LORD and do good; Dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness.  Delight yourself in the LORD; And He will give you the desires of your heart.  Commit your way to the LORD, Trust also in Him, and He will do it.  Psalms 37:3-5

Week 16—Day 1

Ruth 1

  • During what era in Israel’s history did the Book of Ruth take place?
  • What were the names of the members of the Israelite family that went to Moab?
  • Who was the first of the family to die?
  • What were the two daughter-in-law’s names, and which one stayed?
  • What was the name that Naomi wanted to be called by? Why?

Ruth 2

  • Who was Boaz?
  • What did Ruth do in Boaz’s field?
  • What was Boaz’s request of Ruth?
  • What was told to Boaz about Ruth?
  • What did Boaz tell his workers to do?

Acts 3

  • When was the hour of prayer?
  • How long had the lame man been that way?
  • In whose name did Peter heal the lame man?
  • Who did Peter say the people denied?
  • Who did Peter accuse of killing Jesus?

Week 16—Day 2

Ruth 3

  • What did Naomi tell Ruth to do?
  • Where did Ruth sleep that night?
  • What was Boaz’s response?

Ruth 4

  • Where did Boaz go and what did he do there?
  • How was a property transfer finalized?
  • What did Boaz acquire?
  • What was Ruth and Boaz’s son’s name and who were his son and grandson?

Psalm 37

No questions

Acts 4

  • Name what the Sadducees did not believe.
  • What is the only name by which a person can be saved?
  • What did the council leaders do to try to stop the spread of the Gospel? What was Peter and John’s response?
  • Who was the generous man mentioned in this chapter and what did he do?

Week 16—Day 3

1 Samuel 1

  • Where was Elkanah from? How many wives did he have?
  • How did Peninnah treat Hannah?
  • Which wife did Elkanah love?
  • Why was Hannah so distraught?
  • Why did Eli think Hannah was drunk?
  • What did Hannah vow to the Lord? Did God grant Hannah’s wish?  Did Hannah keep her vow?

1 Samuel 2

  • What were the names of Eli’s two sons? Did they know the Lord?
  • Describe how they sinned before the Lord.
  • How many more children did Hannah have?
  • Who came to see Eli and in a nutshell what did he tell him?

Psalm 120

No questions

Acts 5

  • Who sold their land? How did they lie?  Who did they lie to?  What was the result?
  • What was the response by the Sadducees when they heard of the apostles performing miracles?
  • Who receives the Holy Spirit?
  • What was Gamaliel’s suggestion?
  • Who, where and when preached Jesus Christ?

Week 16—Day 4

1 Samuel 3

  • Why was the word of the Lord precious in the days that Samuel ministered as a child?
  • Who called Samuel and what was his response?
  • What did God tell Samuel He would do against Eli?
  • Who did Samuel have to tell?
  • Who understood that Samuel was to be God’s prophet?

1 Samuel 4

  • What happened when the Ark of the Covenant came into the camp?
  • Who was killed when the Ark of the Covenant was taken? Who took it?
  • What happened to Eli when he heard that the Ark of the Covenant was taken?
  • What happened to Phinehas’ wife when she heard her husband had been killed?
  • What was Phinehas’ child named? Why?

1 Samuel 5

  • Where did the Philistines take the Ark and what happened?
  • What affliction came on the people of Ashdod, Gath, and Ekron?

Psalm 23

No questions

Acts 6

  • What was the apostles number one priority?
  • What was the problem that arose prompting the apostles to choose seven men to serve in the church?
  • Who were the men chosen and what were the qualifications?
  • Who was one of the seven men chosen that did great signs and wonders who the people brought false accusations against?
  • What was this man’s appearance when he stood before the leaders?

Week 16—Day 5

1 Samuel 6

  • How long was the Ark of the Covenant with the Philistines?
  • What did the Philistines send back with the Ark as a guilt offering?
  • How many people did God kill at Beth-shemmesh? Why?

1 Samuel 7

  • Who went and got the Ark of the Covenant? Where was it taken and who was appointed to care for it?
  • What natural event did God cause so that Israel would win over the Philistines?
  • What was Ebenezer and what was the significance?
  • How did Samuel judge Israel and where did he live?

1 Samuel 8

  • Why did Israel want a king?
  • Who did the people reject?
  • What was Samuel’s warning to the people about a king?
  • How did the people respond?

Acts 7

  • Who is this chapter about?
  • What did this man do before he was killed?
  • How was he killed?
  • Who was at this killing that watched over the garments of the witnesses?

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Praise the LORD! Praise the LORD, O my soul! I will praise the LORD while I live; I will sing praises to my God while I have my being.  Psalms 146:1-2

 Week 15—Day 1

Judges 7

  • What number of men left Gideon because of fear?
  • How many of the men passed the water test?
  • What was the dream Gideon heard one Midianite telling another?
  • What was Gideon’s army equipped with? What was their war cry?

Judges 8

  • What happened at Succoth?
  • What happened at the tower of Peniel?
  • What happened to Zebah and Zalmunna?
  • How did Gideon sin in this chapter?
  • How long was peace on Israel during the lifetime of Gideon?
  • What did the Israelites do after Gideon died?

Luke 22

  • Who entered Judas?
  • Who went and prepared the Passover?
  • Who did Jesus say was the greatest?
  • What specific warning did Jesus give Peter and when would the event occur?
  • What did Jesus ask God that showed His humanity and complete submission?
  • What did Jesus ask the disciples to pray for?

Week 15—Day 2

Judges 9

  • Who did Abimelech kill?
  • What happened to the people of Shechem?
  • How was Abimelech killed?

Judges 10

  • Who was Israel’s judge for twenty three years?
  • Who was Israel’s judge for twenty two years?
  • How long did the Philistines and the Ammonites persecute Israel?
  • What was God’s reply to the cry of Israel to Him?

Judges 11

  • Who was Jephthah?
  • What did Jephthah’s sons do to him when they became men?
  • Who did not listen to the message Jephthah sent him?
  • What was Jephthah’s request to the Lord and what did he vow?

Psalm 17

No Questions

Luke 23

  • What was Pilate’s question to Jesus?
  • When did Pilate and Herod become friends? Why?
  • What was the place called where Jesus was crucified?
  • Who asked for Jesus’ body? Where was he from?  Why was he in a hurry to bury Jesus?

Week 15—Day 3

Judges 12

  • What was the test to see if a man was an Ephraimite or not?
  • Who are the judges stated in this chapter?

Judges 13

  • How long did the Philistines persecute Israel?
  • What was Manoah’s son going to do for Israel?
  • How often was Manoah’s son to cut his hair?
  • What was Manoah’s son named?

Judges 14

  • Samson desired a wife who came from where and of what nationality?
  • How did Samson kill a lion?
  • What was in the lion’s carcass when Samson returned that way?
  • What did Samson do when he went to Askelon? With whose help?

Judges 15

  • What did Samson do with three hundred foxes?
  • How did Samson kill one thousand men?
  • How long was Samson a judge of Israel?

Judges 16

  • What did Samson take to Hebron on his shoulders?
  • Where was Delilah from?
  • How did the Philistines plot with Delilah to take down Samson?
  • What was the secret to Samson’s power?
  • After the Philistines took Samson’s power, what else did they do to him?
  • What killed Samson?

Psalm 146

No questions

Luke 24

  • Why were the women going to Jesus’ tomb?
  • How did the women find Jesus’ tomb? Who was there to greet them?
  • What did Peter do when he saw the linens in the open tomb?
  • How far was Emmaus from Jerusalem?
  • What happened on the road to Emmaus?
  • What was to be proclaimed in Christ’s name to the nations?

Week 15—Day 4

Judges 17

  • Where was Micah from? What did Micah steal? What was Micah’s mother’s response?
  • What did every man do in the days that Israel had no king?
  • Who did Micah hire and what did Micah do with him?

Judges 18

  • Who asked for prayer from Micah’s priest?
  • What was taken from Micah’s house? Who took it?
  • Why did no one rescue Laish?
  • What was Laish renamed when it was rebuilt?

Psalm 21

No Questions

Acts 1

  • What span of time does the book of Acts cover?
  • When would the disciples receive power?
  • Where would the disciples be Jesus’ witnesses?
  • When Jesus ascended into heaven who stood beside the disciples and what did they say?
  • Where did the disciples go after Jesus left?
  • Who replaced Judas?

Week 15—Day 5

Judges 19

  • Who took a concubine? Where was she from?  What did she do?
  • What did the men of Gibeah do to the concubine?
  • What did the Levite do with the dead concubine’s body?

Judges 20

  • What were the Benjamites asked to do? What was the response?
  • What could the seven hundred left-handed men do?
  • Who destroyed who, when Israel went up against Gibeah each time? How many were killed each time?
  • Where was the Ark of the Covenant?

Judges 21

  • Which tribe was cut off from Israel.
  • How many men were sent to kill the inhabitants of Jabesh-Gilead?
  • How many virgins were found in Jabesh-Gilead?
  • How does the chapter/book end?

Acts 2

  • What happened on the day of Pentecost?
  • Describe how this chapter speaks about tongues.
  • Who stood and addressed the crowd?
  • How many were saved that day?
  • What did the believers do daily?

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And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.    Joshua 24:15

Week 14—Day 1

Joshua 14

  • What two tribes were the sons of Joseph?
  • How old was Caleb when he was sent by Moses to spy out the land?
  • How did Caleb serve God?
  • What was Caleb’s request of Joshua?

Joshua 15

  • What were the borders for the allotment of the tribe of Judah? (Long answer–😊)
  • Who would Caleb give his daughter as a wife to?
  • Who could the tribe of Judah not drive out?

Joshua 16

  • Whose boundaries are given in this chapter?

Joshua 17

  • Whose boundaries are given in this chapter?
  • What was the sons of Joseph’s complaint and what was Joshua’s response?

Luke 17

  • What did the apostles ask the Lord to do to them?
  • What would a person have to have in order to tell a mulberry tree to transplant itself into the sea and it would do it?
  • Where was Jesus going when he was passing between Samaria and Galilee?
  • How many lepers were healed?
  • How many lepers came back and thanked Jesus?
  • What Old Testament figures are named?

Week 14—Day 2

Joshua 18

  • How many men were sent out from each tribe and what were they told to do?
  • How was it determined what land would belong to which tribes?
  • Whose boundaries are given in this chapter?

Joshua 19

  • Who got a part of Judah’s inheritance? Why?
  • Who got the seventh lot and where was it?
  • What was Joshua given? By who?

Joshua 20

  • Who was able to live in a city of refuge?
  • What were the cities mentioned?

Joshua 21

  • Who got which towns?
  • How many promises did God not keep?

Psalm 15

No questions

Luke 18

  • Why did the judge give the widow legal protection?
  • Who was more humble, the Pharisee or the tax collector?
  • Who does the Kingdom of God belong to?
  • What did Jesus tell the young ruler he lacked to do?
  • What did Jesus say about the things that were impossible to people?
  • Who was sitting by the road as Jesus was on His way to Jericho?

Week 14—Day 3

Joshua 22

  • Who did Joshua send where after they did their job?
  • What was built near the Jordan?
  • Who wanted to go to war against who?
  • Who built and altar and why?
  • What was the altar named?

Joshua 23

  • What were the Israelites exhorted to be courageous about?
  • Who would be a problem to the Israelites? Why?
  • What was going to happen to Joshua?
  • When would the anger of the Lord come out?

Joshua 24

  • What did Joshua give a summary of to the Children of Israel?
  • What was the choice Joshua put before the people?
  • What did Joshua choose?
  • What was the people’s response?
  • How long did Israel serve the LORD?
  • Where were Joseph’s bones buried?

Psalm 116

No questions

Luke 19

  • Who was the man Jesus met in Jericho?  What was his title?
  • How much did this man pay back to those he swindled?
  • How much did this man give to the poor?
  • Who did Jesus say should be killed in His presence?
  • What were the two disciples sent to do?
  • What did Jesus do in the temple?

Week 14—Day 4

Judges 1

  • Who fought the Canaanites first?
  • What did Adonibezek do?
  • Who did Caleb’s daughter marry?
  • Who didn’t drive out the inhabitants of the land?

Judges 2

  • What did the angel of the LORD tell Israel?
  • A generation came up after Joshua and the elders: What did they know or not know?
  • How did the Israelites provoke God’s anger?
  • God delivered Israel to who?
  • Who helped Israel?
  • What happened after the judge was dead?

Judges 3

  • Which nations did God leave? Why?
  • Who delivered Israel from the king of Mesopotamia?
  • What was unique about Ehud?
  • What was physically unique about Eglon?
  • Who did Israel have rest from? How long?
  • How did Shamgar kill the Philistines?

Psalm 16

No questions

Luke 20

  • Who confronted Jesus? Why?
  • What was the explanation Jesus gave for the parable of the vineyard?
  • Who is God the God of?

Week 14—Day 5

Judges 4

  • What were Sisera’s chariots made of? How long did he oppress Israel?
  • Who was Deborah and who was she married to?
  • Who was Jael and what is she known for?

Judges 5

  • What did Deborah and Barak do together?
  • What happened to Meroz?
  • What was Sisera’s mother wondering?

Judges 6

  • What did the Midianites do to Israel?
  • Where did the angel of the LORD appear to Gideon?
  • What did the angel say to Gideon?
  • What did Gideon ask the angel?
  • What was the first sign that God gave to Gideon?
  • What did Gideon and his ten servants do?
  • Who was Gideon’s father and what did he tell those who wanted to kill his son?
  • How many signs did God give Gideon with the fleece? What were they?

Luke 21

  • Who put more in the offering? Why?
  • What will the nations rise against?
  • What will the kingdoms rise against?
  • What was the sign given when Jerusalem was surrounded by armies?
  • Who will fall by the sword?
  • What will not pass away?

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But I have trusted in Your lovingkindness; My heart shall rejoice in Your salvation. I will sing to the LORD, Because He has dealt bountifully with me.  Psalms 13:5-6

 Week 13—Day 1

Deuteronomy 27

  • What were the Children of Israel to write on large stones? When?
  • Where were the Children of Israel to set up the large stones?
  • What was not to be used in the building of the Altar on Mount Ebal?
  • Name the curses in your own words? Do these apply to us today?  Why?

Deuteronomy 28

  • What would happen to the Israelites if they obeyed God’s commandments?
  • What would happen to the Israelites if they did not obey God’s commandments?
  • Where was the nation from, that the Lord would bring against Israel? What would it be like?
  • What would happen when the Israelites were scattered throughout the earth?

Deuteronomy 29

  • In verse 4 what had the Lord not given the Israelites? What does that mean?  This may help:
  • Who is the Lord never willing to forgive?
  • What belongs to God?
  • What belongs to us?

Deuteronomy 30

  • When would the Lord restore the Israelites from their captivity?
  • Where was the word?
  • What did God set before the people?

Deuteronomy 31

  • How old was Moses on the day he spoke to the Israelites?
  • What was Moses’ charge to Joshua?
  • Who gave Moses the song he wrote and who was he to teach it to?
  • What was to go in the ark of the covenant?
  • What did Moses tell the Israelites would happen after his death?

Luke 12

  • What was the leaven of the Pharisees?
  • How many sparrows are forgotten by God?
  • What sin will not be forgiven?
  • When does a person’s life consist of their possessions?
  • Which slaves are the blessed ones?

Week 13—Day 2

Deuteronomy 32

  • What was Jacob?
  • Who is the Lord’s portion?
  • What did Jeshurun do?
  • Where would Moses die?

Deuteronomy 33

  • What did Moses pronounce on the Israelites before he died?
  • How is Moses described?
  • “There is none like the God of _______________”
  • Who is our refuge?
  • Israel will live in safety with who?

Deuteronomy 34

  • Where was Mount Pisgah across from?
  • Where was Moses buried?
  • How old was Moses?
  • Why was Joshua filled with the spirit of wisdom?

Psalm 13

No Questions

Luke 13

  • What did Jesus say would happen if a person did not repent?
  • Who did Jesus call hypocrites? Why?
  • What did Jesus compare the kingdom of God like?
  • Which door did Jesus suggest we enter by?
  • Who wanted to kill Jesus?
  • Who is blessed?

Week 13—Day 3

Joshua 1

  • What did God promise Joshua He would give to the people just like He promised Moses?
  • What was Joshua to meditate on day and night?
  • What was Joshua to go through the camp and tell the people?
  • Who would be put to death?

Joshua 2

  • Where did Joshua send two spies from?
  • Whose house did the spies stay at?
  • What did the spies’ host tell them on the roof of the house?
  • Why did the spies have their host tie a scarlet thread on the window?

Joshua 3

  • Did the Israelites cross the Jordan before camping for three days?
  • How would the Israelites know when to move from where they were?
  • How would the Israelites know that God was among them?
  • What happened in the middle of the Jordan River?

Joshua 4

  • What were twelve men from the twelve tribes to do in the middle of the Jordan River? Why?
  • How many were armed for battle?
  • What did God do to Joshua?
  • On what day did the Israelites go from the Jordan River to Gilgal?
  • Where is Gilgal?

Psalm 143

No questions

Luke 14

  • What was the man in front of Jesus suffering from?
  • What happens to those who exalt themselves? What happens to those who humble themselves?
  • Who are you to invite to a reception/banquet/feast?
  • Who cannot be a disciple of Christ?

Week 13—Day 4

Joshua 5

  • How did the kings react when they heard the extraordinary news of the Israelites’ Jordan River crossing?
  • What did God tell Joshua to do and what was the hill called where he was to do it? What was the reason?
  • Why did God roll away the reproach of Egypt from the Israelites?
  • When did the Israelites celebrate Passover? What happened the day after Passover?
  • Who approached Joshua with a sword in his hand?

Joshua 6

  • Explain in detail God’s plan for destroying the city of Jericho.
  • What important item was included in God’s plan for Jericho’s destruction.
  • Who did the Israelites destroy after Jericho fell? Who was spared?
  • What did the Israelites do with Jericho’s silver and gold?

Joshua 7

  • Why was the Lord angry with Israel?
  • Who was the guilty person? What did he do?
  • What did they do to the person found guilty of making the Lord angry against Israel?

Joshua 8

  • How did Israel destroy Ai?
  • What did God allow the Israelites to do with the goods and livestock from Ai?
  • How was the city of Ai permanently destroyed?
  • How was the king of Ai killed?
  • Where did Joshua build an altar to the Lord?

Psalm 14

No questions

Luke 15

  • How important is one lost sheep to the shepherd?
  • What gives more joy in heaven, a repentant sinner or ninety-nine righteous people?
  • Who do the angels have joy over?
  • Why was there a party for the prodigal son and not the faithful son?
  • Bonus Question: Do these parables speak of “backsliders” or unsaved people? How do you know?

Week 13—Day 5

Joshua 9

  • Who came together to make war against Israel?
  • What happened when these same people heard that Israel had destroyed Jericho and Ai?
  • How did Israel fail in this matter?
  • What was the outcome?

Joshua 10

  • Who came together to attack Gibeon? Which side was Israel on?
  • What was the supernatural phenomenon that occurred during the battle?
  • What other cities did the Israelites destroy?

Joshua 11

  • Who joined forces against Israel and where did they camp? How many of them were there?  Who won?
  • What did the Children of Israel do with the livestock and the plunder?
  • What land did Joshua take?
  • Except for the Hivites, how many made peace with Israel?
  • What did Israel have rest from after all these events?

Joshua 12

  • What kings did Moses and Israel defeat east of the Jordan?
  • How many kings did Joshua and Israel defeat west of the Jordan?

Joshua 13

  • What land remained to be taken over in Joshua’s old age?
  • Which tribes were to receive what land?
  • How much land did the tribe of Levi inherit?
  • Who was killed by the sword?
    • Want to know more about this person? (Joshua 24:9-10; Numbers 13:21-25; Numbers 31:16; 2Peter 2:15-16; Jude 1:11; Revelation 2:14)

 Luke 16

  • Who will be faithful in much?
  • Why can’t a person serve two masters?
  • What is easier to pass away than God’s Law to fail?
  • How did the rich man live on this earth? How did Lazarus live on this earth?
  • How did the rich man live in eternity? How did Lazarus live in eternity?

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Not to us, O LORD, not to us, But to Your name give glory Because of Your lovingkindness, because of Your truth.        Psalms 115:1  

Week 12—Day 1

Deuteronomy 6

  • Who is the Lord and how many is the Lord God?
  • Why was Israel to obey the Lord’s commands? How are we to love God?
  • Who were the Israelites to teach God’s commands to and how were they to teach them?

Deuteronomy 7

  • What was Israel to do to the nations that lived in the land God was taking them into?
  • What is said about why or why not God chose Israel?
  • What did God promise to do if Israel listened to His commands?
  • How were the nations going to be defeated and what was Israel to make sure was destroyed besides people? Why?

Deuteronomy 8

  • What were the Israelites to remember?
  • What was the land like that God was taking them into?
  • What would happen if the people forgot the Lord?

Deuteronomy 9

  • Why was the Lord driving out the nations?
  • How did God describe the Children of Israel?
  • Why was Israel not destroyed?

Luke 7

  • What was the reason given that Jesus should heal the centurion’s slave?
  • In what city did Jesus heal the widow’s son?
  • Jesus said that there was no one greater than who born of a woman?
  • What did a Pharisee request of Jesus?
  • What did the woman wipe Jesus’ feet with?
  • What did Jesus tell the woman?

Week 12—Day 2

Deuteronomy 10

  • Who cut out the second tablets of stone, who wrote on them and where were they put?
  • What was required of the Children of Israel by God?
  • Who were the Israelites to show love for? Why?

Deuteronomy 11

  • What was the motivation for the Children of Israel to keep every command they were given?
  • What were the borders of the land the Israelites were to possess?
  • What was the blessing and the curse that was set before the Israelites?

Deuteronomy 12

  • What were the Israelites to destroy?
  • Where the Israelites to offer sacrifices?
  • What were the Israelites to not eat and forsake?
  • What were the Israelites to do with what was commanded of them?

Deuteronomy 13

  • What was to happen at the end of every seven years?
  • What was to happen to the prophet or the dreamer of dreams who counseled rebellion against God?
  • What was to happen to the relative who secretly tried to get their family to follow other gods?
  • Why were the Israelites to destroy the inhabitants of certain cities?

Deuteronomy 14

  • What were the Israelites not to do for the sake of the dead?
  • What animals could the Israelites eat?
  • What birds could the Israelites not eat?
  • What were the Israelites to tithe?
  • What were the Israelites to do every third year with their tithe?

Psalm 5

  • When will the Lord hear the Psalmist’s groaning?
  • Where does the Lord lead the Psalmist?
  • Who blesses the righteous man and surrounds him with favor?

Luke 8

  • What did Jesus heal Mary Magdalene from?
  • Who was helping to support Jesus and the disciples with their own money?
  • What is the seed?
  • Explain what the Parable of the Lamp is talking about.
  • What happened to the demons Jesus cast out?
  • Who was Jairus and why did he come to Jesus?

Week 12—Day 3

Deuteronomy 15

  • What were the Israelites to do after every seven years?
  • What was the policy on borrowing from and lending to other nations?
  • How were the people to treat the poor?
  • How was a Hebrew servant to be sent away when released?
  • What was the process for the slave that did not desire to be released?
  • What type of animal was not to be sacrificed to the Lord?

Deuteronomy 16

  • Where was Passover to be observed?
  • When was the Feast of Weeks to be celebrated?
  • When was the Feast of Booths to be celebrated?
  • When and where were the males to appear before the Lord?
  • What was not to be planted beside the alter of God?

Deuteronomy 17

  • What happened to a man or woman who did what was evil in God’s sight?
  • Who was the final say if any case was too difficult to decide?
  • How was a king to be chosen when they entered the land and what were his requirements?
  • What was a king to do when he came to power and sat on the throne?

Deuteronomy 18

  • What was the tribe of Levi’s job?
  • What were the Children of Israel not to imitate when they entered the land?
  • Who was to be driven out?
  • Who would God raise up to be like Moses?

Psalm 115

  • Where should the Lord give glory and why?
  • Where is God and what does He do?
  • Whose are the heavens and to who has God given the earth?

Luke 9

  • What were Jesus’ disciples to take with them when they were sent out?
  • What were the disciples to do if they were not received?
  • How many people did Jesus feed and with what did He feed them?
  • Who was with Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration?
  • What statement did the disciples not understand?
  • Who did Jesus say is fit for the Kingdom of God?

Week 12—Day 4

Deuteronomy 19

  • Where could a killer who unintentionally killed someone flee to?
  • What was an example of unintentional killing?
  • What type of blood was not to be shed?
  • What would happen to a killer who killed intentionally?
  • What was not to be moved by a neighbor?

Deuteronomy 20

  • At battle time what was the priest to do?
  • Who was excused from going to war?
  • What was to be offered to a city before it was fought against?
  • Who was to be utterly destroyed? Describe what was to be destroyed.

Deuteronomy 21

  • What was to be done if a dead man was found in open country and his killer was unknown?
  • What was to happen with a beautiful captive woman that a soldier desired?
  • Explain the inheritance for the firstborn son if he was the son of an unloved wife.
  • How was a rebellious son to be handled?
  • How long was a criminal to hang in a tree after he was put to death?

Deuteronomy 22

  • What was a person to do with a straying animal?
  • What was an abomination to God?
  • How many kinds of seed should be sowed in a vineyard?
  • What would happen to a man who was found with a married woman?

Psalm 6

  • What is the Psalmist asking the Lord for?

Luke 10

  • How many people were sent out by Jesus? How were they sent out?  Where were they sent to?
  • What response did the people who Jesus sent out show when they returned? What was Jesus’ response?
  • Who stood up and started questioning Jesus?
  • Who were the two men that passed by the man beat up by robbers? How much did the good Samaritan give the innkeeper?
  • Explain the differences between Mary and Martha.

Week 12—Day 5

Deuteronomy 23

  • Who could not enter the assembly of the Lord?
  • Who was not to be detested?
  • Who was not to be a cult prostitute?
  • How much delay was acceptable when a person made a vow to the Lord?
  • How was the vow to be carried out?

Deuteronomy 24

  • When could a man divorce his wife?
  • How long was a newly married man free from going to war?
  • What was the punishment for kidnapping?
  • How often was a poor servant to be paid his wages?
  • Who was put to death for a crime?

Deuteronomy 25

  • What was the punishment for a man found guilty in court?
  • What was the duty of a dead man’s brother?
  • When could a woman’s hand be cut off?
  • What type of weights were the Israelites to have?

Deuteronomy 26

  • What were the Israelites to take to the priest? Why?
  • What was to happen in the third year?

Luke 11

  • What did the disciples ask to be taught by Jesus?
  • Who are the blessed according to Jesus?
  • What did Jesus not do before he sat down to a meal with the Pharisee?
  • What was the outcome of Jesus’ meal with the Pharisee?

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Your lovingkindness, O LORD, extends to the heavens, Your faithfulness reaches to the skies.  Psalms 36:5

 Week 11—Day 1

Numbers 26

  • What was the age of the ones who the Lord commanded a census to be taken?
  • What was the total of that census?
  • How many remained from the previous census?

Numbers 27

  • What case did Moses bring before the Lord and why?
  • Who was chosen by God to succeed Moses in leading the Children of Israel?
  • How was the transition of leadership done?

Numbers 28

  • What were the Children of Israel to do carefully?
  • What were the Children of Israel to do at the beginning of each month?
  • When was Passover?
  • On what days was work not to be done?

Numbers 29

  • What happened on the first day of the seventh month?
  • What happened on the tenth day of the seventh month?
  • What started on the fifteenth day of the seventh month?

Luke 2

  • Why did Joseph and Mary go to Bethlehem?
  • Where were they living?
  • Why did Joseph and Mary go to Jerusalem every year?
  • Luke 2:22 —  Bonus question…  How long was the purification period for childbirth of a male child?  Hint…  Week 8 Day 2 questions… 😊

Week 11—Day 2

Numbers 30

  • When a man made a vow or took an oath what must he not do?
  • When could a vow be nullified?
  • How do the principles of this chapter apply today?

Numbers 31

  • Who did God tell Moses to take vengeance on?
  • How many men from each tribe were to go? Total?
  • How many of the enemy were killed? How many of the kings?
  • Why was Moses angry?

Numbers 32

  • What was the request from the Reubenites and Gadites?
  • What was Moses’ first response?
  • What was the Reubenites’ and Gadites’ offer to Moses if he would allow their request?
  • What was Moses’ second response?
  • What additional tribe benefitted from this?

Numbers 33

  • Give a summary title for this chapter.
  • What were the Children of Israel to do when they entered Canaan?
  • What were the consequences if they disobeyed?

Psalm 35

  • What was David’s desire for those who fought against him?
  • What did David desire from the Lord?

Luke 3

  • What did John the Baptist preach?
  • What Old Testament Prophet was referenced?
  • What happened after all the people were baptized?
  • How many times is repentance referenced in this chapter? Is repentance important?  Why?

Week 11—Day 3

Numbers 34

  • What were the boundaries set by God for the Children of Israel in Canaan?
  • Who was this land to be divided among? Who was not included?  Why?

Numbers 35

  • The Levites were given cities and the fields around them. Why?
  • How many cities were given to the Levites?
  • How many refuge cities were there and where were they located?
  • Who was put to death? How many witnesses did there have to be in order for the death sentence to be inacted?
  • Who was allowed to go to a city of refuge?

Numbers 36

  • What could not be transferred from tribe to tribe?
  • Where was Moses when he gave these commands from God?

Luke 4

  • How long was Jesus tempted by the devil in the wilderness?
  • How many temptations were mentioned?
  • What region and then to what city did Jesus go to after the temptation?
  • What book did Jesus read out of in the synagogue?
  • What disciple’s mother-in-law did Jesus heal?
  • What did the demons say when they came out of those who were healed?

Week 11—Day 4

Deuteronomy 1

  • How many days journey was it from Horeb to Kadesh-Barnea by way of Mount Seir?
  • How had the Lord multiplied the Children of Israel?
  • Who would get to go into the promised land?
  • Who would cause Israel to inherit the promised land?
  • What did the Amorites do?

Deuteronomy 2

  • Who was Israel not to provoke?
  • Who was given Mount Seir?
  • What land was Israel not to possess?
  • Who had God blessed in all they did?
  • What did Israel do to Sihon?

Deuteronomy 3

  • What king did God deliver into Israel’s hand?
  • What was given to the Reubenites and the Gadites?
  • What did Jair take?
  • Where did God tell Moses to go see the promised land?
  • Who would lead the Children of Israel into the promised land?

Psalm 36

  • How big is God’s mercy, faithfulness, righteousness, and judgments?

Luke 5

  • Whose boat did Jesus teach from?
  • Who did Jesus heal?
  • Who was called by Jesus to follow Him?

Week 11—Day 5

Deuteronomy 4

  • What were the Children of Israel not to do to the Lord’s commands?
  • Who were the Children of Israel to teach the Lord’s commands to?
  • What were the Children of Israel not to make?
  • What was the reward for following God’s commands?

Deuteronomy 5

  • What do verses 7-21 remind you of? Hint:  Week 6 Day 2
  • What was the motivation for the Israelites to do all that God commanded?

Luke 6

  • Why were the Pharisees upset with Jesus? What was Jesus’ response?
  • How long did Jesus pray on the mountain?
  • Which of the beatitudes in this chapter do you need to work on?

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1  Praise the LORD! Praise, O servants of the LORD, Praise the name of the LORD. 2  Blessed be the name of the LORD From this time forth and forever. 3  From the rising of the sun to its setting The name of the LORD is to be praised. 4  The LORD is high above all nations; His glory is above the heavens.    Psalms 113:1-4

 Week 10—Day 1

Numbers 8

  • Of what material was the lamp stand made? Describe how it was made.
  • Describe how the Levites were cleansed.
  • If the Levites had not been the priests who would have been?
  • From what age to what age did the Levites serve as priests?

Numbers 9

  • When was Passover to be observed?
  • Could a person who was unclean due to a dead person observe Passover? How do you know?
  • What was the cloud that set over the Tabernacle and what did it turn into at night?
  • How did the children of Israel know when it was time to move?

Numbers 10

  • What were the trumpets made of and what were they used for?
  • What did it mean when just one trumpet was blown?
  • When did the cloud lift from the Tabernacle and where did it settle?
  • Who carried the Tabernacle?
  • What went in front of the children of Israel?

Numbers 11

  • Why did the fire of the Lord burn some of the outskirts of the camp and what was the place called?
  • What was the manna described as and when did it come each day?
  • How long would the Israelites eat meat per the Lord’s words?
  • Who was Moses’s attendant from his youth?
  • Why did some of the people get buried and what was the name given to the place where they were buried?

Colossians 1

  • Describe Paul’s prayer.
  • Who is the image of the invisible God?
  • Who is the firstborn of all creation? What does that mean? (Find out more by going to
  • How did Christ reconcile all things to himself?

Week 10—Day 2

Numbers 12

  • What was the problem between Moses, Miriam, and Aaron?
  • What did God say about Moses?
  • What happened to Miriam and for how long?

Numbers 13

  • Who did God send out to spy on the land and how long were they gone?
  • Which spy was in favor of possessing the land?
  • According to this chapter, who were the Nephilim and how were they described? (Find out more here:

Numbers 14

  • Who stood up for Moses and Aaron when the children of Israel complained and what was the children of Israel’s response?
  • Why did Moses intercede for the people to the Lord? How did the Lord respond?
  • What happened to the spies who brought back a bad report?
  • What did the Israelites choose to do after the plague and what was the result?

Psalm 28

  • Who is the Lord to the Psalmist?
  • What is the psalmist asking for?

Colossians 2

  • In who is hidden all the treasures?
  • In whom does all the fullness of deity dwell?
  • What false doctrine does Paul speak against?
  • Bonus question: List all the descriptions that Paul uses to describe Christ in chapters 1 and 2.

Week 10—Day 3

Numbers 15

  • What type of offering were the Israelites to offer when they entered the land?
  • What type of offering were the aliens/strangers to offer?
  • What was the person to offer if they sinned unintentionally?
  • What happened to the man that was gathering sticks on the Sabbath?
  • Why did the children of Israel put tassels on their garments?

Numbers 16

  • Who assembled against Moses?
  • What was their problem with Moses?
  • What was the result of them assembling against Moses?
  • What did Eleazor do with the censers of the men who sinned?

Numbers 17

  • How many rods were to go in the tent of meeting and who were they to be collected from?
  • What happened with Aaron’s rod and what was God’s purpose in doing that?

Numbers 18

  • What did the Lord tell Aaron?
  • Who was to join Aaron and what tribe were they from?
  • Only who could perform service in the tent of meeting?
  • What was the priest compensation for their service in the tent of meeting?

Psalm 113

  • No questions

Colossians 3

  • What are we to seek and set our minds on?
  • What are we to consider our earthly body dead to?
  • What kind of a heart are we to put on?
  • Whatever we do how are we to do it?
  • Wives are to be ___________ to their husbands.
  • Husbands are to __________ their wives.
  • Children are to be __________ to their parents.
  • Slaves are to __________ their masters.

Week 10—Day 4

Numbers 19

  • What type of heifer were the priests to sacrifice and what were they to cast into the middle of the heifer as it was burning?
  • Who could gather up the ashes of the heifer and put it outside the camp in a clean place?
  • Who would be considered unclean and cut off from their people if they did not purify themselves?

Numbers 20

  • Who died and was buried at Kadesh?
  • What was Moses to do to bring forth water from the rock?
  • Did Moses obey?
  • What was the result of Moses’s actions?
  • How long did the children of Israel mourn Aaron’s death?

Numbers 21

  • Who were the three kings that Israel defeated?
  • What happened to the people when they spoke against God and Moses?
  • What was the reason for the bronze serpent?

Colossians 4

  • What were Masters to do?
  • What did Paul tell the Colossian believers to devote themselves to?
  • How were the Colossian believers to conduct themselves?

Week 10—Day 5

Numbers 22

  • Who was the king of Moab?
  • Who was Balaam and what was his relationship to the king of Moab?
  • How was God involved with Balaam?
  • Why was a donkey involved in the relationship between Balaam and the king of Moab?
  • What did the donkey do?

Numbers 23

  • Why did Balaam desire death?
  • How many altars were built, how many times, and where?

Numbers 24

  • Whose king would be higher than Agag?
  • What nations were to be destroyed?

Numbers 25

  • What were the people doing with the Moabites?
  • What did God tell Moses to do with the leaders of the people?
  • Why did Phinehas spear a man in the tent of meeting?
  • How many died in one day?
  • Why were the Children of Israel to be hostile to the Midianites?

Luke 1

  • Who was Elizabeth a relative of and what was her lineage?
  • Why was Zacharias silenced?
  • What did the angel tell Mary?
  • Where did Mary visit Elizabeth at?
  • What were the first words Zacharias spoke after his period of silence?
  • Where did John live until his public appearance in Israel?

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And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him.  Hebrews 11:6

Week 9—Day 1

Leviticus 24

  • How long were the lamps to burn?
  • What would happen to the Israelite who blasphemed and cursed God’s name?
  • How many standards were there for the native Israelite and the stranger? How were they different?

Leviticus 25

  • What happened every 7th year?
  • What happened every 50th year?
  • How long was a man’s redemption right valid if he sold a house in a walled city?
  • Where could male and female slaves be bought from?

Psalms 81

  • Name the instruments in this chapter?
  • What were the instruments to be used for?
  • What did God desire from Israel?

Hebrews 9

  • Describe the setup of the Tabernacle.
  • How often did the high priest go into the Holy of Holies and for what purpose?
  • How often did Christ have to offer himself as a sacrifice?
  • Without what is there no forgiveness / remission of sins?
  • What is appointed for man once to do and then what?

Week 9—Day 2

Leviticus 26

  • What was the result of following God’s commandments?
  • What were the consequences of not following God’s commandments?
  • What was the result of confessing sins to God regardless of where the people were?

Leviticus 27

  • What was the added price to redemption?
  • What is this chapter explaining?

Psalm 112

  • Who is the one who is blessed?
  • What does a good man do?

Hebrews 10

  • What could the law not do?
  • What were the sacrifices a reminder of?
  • What could the blood of bulls and goats not do?
  • What was accomplished through Christ’s once for all sacrifice?

 Week 9—Day 3

Numbers 1

  • Where and when did the Lord speak to Moses? Why?
  • What was the gender and age of those who were able to go to war?
  • What was the total number of those who were able to go to war?
  • What tribe was not numbered among those who were able to go to war?

Numbers 2

  • Which tribes camped:
    • On the east side of the Tabernacle?
    • On the west side of the Tabernacle?
    • On the south side of the Tabernacle?
    • On the north side of the Tabernacle?
  • Who was not numbered among the children of Israel?

Psalm 64

  • No questions

Hebrews 11

  • What is faith defined as in this chapter?
  • What is impossible to do without faith?
  • What must those who come to God believe?
  • What was not received by those who had lived by faith in this chapter?

Week 9—Day 4

Numbers 3

  • Why did Nadab and Abihu die? How many children did they have?
  • Who carried on in Nadab and Abihu’s place?
  • Who did God take from the children of Israel instead of all the firstborn?
  • How much redemption money did Moses take from the firstborn children and who did he give it to?

Numbers 4

  • Who did God choose to do the work in the tabernacle?
  • What was the age range of those God chose to do the work in the tabernacle?
  • Who oversaw the tasks of the Gershonites?
    • How many of the proper age range were there?
  • Who oversaw the tasks of the Merarites?
    • How many of the proper age range were there?

Numbers 5

  • Who was to be put out of the camp?
  • What happened if a man became jealous of his wife because he suspected her of adultery?
  • What happened if the woman was found guilty of adultery?
  • What happened if the woman was not found guilty of adultery?

Hebrews 12

  • What are we to lay aside?
  • Who are we to fix our eyes on? Why?
  • What does the Lord do to those He loves?
  • What are we to pursue?
  • What are we to show?

Week 9—Day 5

Numbers 6

  • What was a person making a Nazarite vow not able to do?
  • What was a Nazarite to do upon fulfilling his vow?
  • What was the blessing Aaron and his sons were to say when blessing the Israelites?

Numbers 7

  • What was given to the sons of Gershon, Merari, and Kohath for the work of service?
  • Explain the activities that the tribe leaders did for twelve days.
  • Who did Moses hear from when he went into the tabernacle?

Hebrews 13

  • What must continue?
  • Why is entertaining strangers important?
  • What should our character be free of?
  • Who never changes?
  • What should we never neglect?
  • Who are we to obey?


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6  Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.  7  And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.  Philippians 4:6-7

Week 7—Day 1

Exodus 32

  • What did the people ask Aaron for a while Moses was up on Mount Sinai?
  • Who made the golden calf?
  • What was Moses’s reaction to the golden calf?
  • How did Aaron respond when Moses confronted him?
  • What was Moses willing to give up if God forgave the children of Israel?
  • What did God say to Moses in response?

Exodus 33

  • What did God tell Moses to tell to the children of Israel?
  • What would happen when Moses entered the tent of meeting?
  • What was God’s response to Moses’ request to see His glory?

Exodus 34

  • Who was to cut the two stone tablets and what was God going to write on them?
  • Who were the children of Israel not to make a covenant with?
  • How long did Moses go without eating or drinking?
  • Why were the people afraid of Moses when he came down the mountain?
  • What did Moses put on his face?

Philippians 3

  • Who did Paul caution the believers to beware of?
  • What was Paul’s ethnic and religious background?
  • What did Paul count as loss for the sake of Christ?
  • Who were the enemies of the Cross of Christ?

Week 7—Day 2

Exodus 35

  • What was the seventh day supposed to be and what would happen if it was not kept?
  • How were the people to give their contributions to the Lord?
  • Who was to come and make stuff for the Tabernacle as the Lord commanded?

Exodus 36

  • Who were the two men chosen to oversee the work of the Tabernacle?
  • How much did the people bring for the Tabernacle and what did Moses command?
  • How many boards were made for the rear of the Tabernacle to the West?

Exodus 37

  • What did Bezalel make?
  • What was the mercy seat made of?
  • Where were the cherubim located?
  • How many cups were in the lampstand and what were they shaped like?

Psalms 26

  • No questions

Philippians 4

  • Who did Paul urge to live in harmony?
  • What are we to do always?
  • How are we to make our requests known to God?
  • Why could Paul do all things through Christ?

Week 7—Day 3

Exodus 38

  • What were the horns on the altar of burnt offering made of and overlaid with?
  • What did Bezalel make and who was the engraver that worked with him?
  • What were the 100 talents of silver for?
  • What was made out of the 1775 shekels?

Exodus 39

  • What was the ephod made of?
  • How many rows of stones were on the breast piece?
  • What verse states that the tabernacle of the tent of meeting was completed?
  • Who inspected all the work?

Exodus 40

  • When was the tabernacle of the tent of meeting to be set up?
  • Describe the order of the set up.
  • Why was Moses not able to enter the tabernacle?
  • What sat on the tabernacle by day?

Hebrews 1

  • How did God speak in the past?
  • How does God speak in the last days?
  • Describe Christ’s position as given in this chapter.
  • Who are the angels to worship?

Week 7—Day 4

Leviticus 1

  • Where did God speak to Moses out of?
  • What could be offered as a burnt offering?
  • What was the purpose of the person who brought the offering placing their hand on the animal’s head?
  • Who killed the animal? Who took care of sacrificing the animal?

Leviticus 2

  • What was to be brought for the grain offering; what was to be poured on it; what was to be put on it?
  • What could the grain offering not be made with?
  • Who was in charge of offering the sacrifice?

Leviticus 3

  • What type of offering is explained in this chapter?
  • What did the person bringing the offering have to do?
  • What did the priest do with the offering?
  • What could not be eaten?

Psalm 27

  • What did the Psalmist desire?
  • What did the Psalmist say would happen if a person waits on the Lord and is of good courage?

Hebrews 2

  • Why must our salvation not be neglected?
  • Why was Jesus made a little lower than the angels?
  • Why was Jesus made like His brothers?
  • Why is Jesus able to help those who are tempted?

Week 7—Day 5

Leviticus 4

  • If a priest sinned what did he have to do?
  • If the community sinned unintentionally what were they to do?
  • What was a member of the community to bring for an offering?
  • What was the result of offering the sacrifices as the Lord commanded?

Leviticus 5

  • Name four things this chapter mentions that would cause a person to be guilty.
  • What should the guilty person do in each of these four cases?
  • What were the various offerings that could be brought according to a person’s economic status?

Leviticus 6

  • How long was the burnt offering to remain ablaze?
  • What could Aaron and priests eat?
  • What would happen to the clay and bronze pots in which the meat was cooked?

Leviticus 7

  • What was the guilt offering similar to?
  • What would happen with flesh that touched anything unclean?
  • What would happen if someone ate the blood of a bird or an animal?

Hebrews 3

  • What descriptive names is Jesus given in verse 1? Why?
  • What must believers do to one another in order not to be hardened by sin?
  • Why were some not able to enter into God’s rest?

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1  Lord, You have been our dwelling place in all generations.  2  Before the mountains were born Or You gave birth to the earth and the world, Even from everlasting to everlasting, You are God.    Psalms 90:1-2

Week 6—Day 1

Exodus 16

  • How and what did the Lord provide for the Israelites to eat?
  • Who did Moses make clear the people were grumbling against?
  • Explain how the people did not follow the instructions for gathering food.
  • How long did the Children of Israel eat manna and where were they at when it subsided?

Exodus 17

  • Who did Moses say the people were testing?
  • What was Moses to do to get water for the people?
  • How did the Israelites win against the Amalekites?
  • Whose name would be blotted out?

Exodus 18

  • What was Moses’ father-in-law’s name?
  • What was the advice Moses’ father-in-law gave him and what did he say would be the result if God was in it?
  • What was Moses’ response?

Ephesians 4

  • How are believers to walk?
  • What are the gifts and for what purpose did God give them to the church?
  • How should we speak the truth?
  • What should not come out of our mouth?
  • How are we to act toward one another?

Week 6—Day 2

Exodus 19

  • How long had the children of Israel been out of Egypt by this time?
  • In front of which mountain did the Israelites camp?
  • What did the Lord tell Moses?
  • What happened on the third day?
  • Why was Mount Sinai up in smoke?
  • Who could go up the mountain?

Exodus 20

  • List the Ten Commandments
  • What did the people see happen on Mount Sinai that frightened them?
  • What were the instructions of altars and sacrifices?

Exodus 21

  • How many years would a Hebrew slave serve before he would be freed?
  • What happened if the servant did not desire to be freed?
  • What violent acts did the Lord give laws for?
  • What happened if an animal fell in an uncovered pit?

Psalm 33

  • What is this Psalm about?
  • How are we to sing to the Lord

Ephesians 5

  • Who should believers imitate?
  • How should believers walk?
  • What will come to the disobedient?
  • How are believers to speak to each other?
  • How are believers to submit to each other?
  • How should wives submit to their husbands?
  • Who is the head of the church?
  • How should husbands love their wives?
  • How does Christ cleanse the church?
  • How does Christ desire to present the church?
  • What is the mystery concerning Christ and the church?

(Sorry—too much good stuff in this chapter.)

Week 6—Day 3

Exodus 22

  • What was the penalty for a man killing a thief that was breaking in?
  • What happened to the man who seduced a virgin that was not engaged?
  • What was the proper course of action when lending money to the poor?

Exodus 23

  • What was a person to do with their enemy’s ox or donkey?
  • What was the Sabbath Day designed for?
  • Whose gods were not to be worshipped or served?
  • Who would God not drive out in a year but little by little?

Exodus 24

  • What was the Israelites’ response to the words of the Lord spoken by Moses?
  • What was God going to give Moses on the mountain?
  • How long was Moses on the mountain?
  • What did the glory of God look like to the Israelites?

Psalm 109

  • No Questions

Ephesians 6

  • Children are to obey & honor whom? Why?  What is the result?
  • What are fathers to do?
  • How are slaves to act toward their masters? Why?
  • How are masters supposed to act toward their slaves? Why?
  • What is the believer’s struggle against?
  • Describe the armor of God and how it is supposed to be used.
  • What type of Ambassador was Paul?

Week 6—Day 4

Exodus 25

  • List what Moses was to receive from the people’s freewill contribution.
  • What was the seat on the Ark of the Covenant called?
  • What were the poles for the table of showbread made of, what were they overlaid with, and what was their purpose?
  • How many cups were on the Golden lampstand and what were they shaped like?

Exodus 26

  • What divided the Holy Place from the Holy of Holies?
  • What was to be set in the Holy of Holies?
  • What was to be set in the Holy Place?

Exodus 27

  • What were the altar and its poles made of and overlaid with?
  • What were the dimensions of the tabernacle court?
  • Where was the lamp located, who would tend it, what would it burn, and how long was it to stay lit?

Psalm 90

  • No questions

Philippians 1

  • What did Paul thank God for?
  • Of what was Paul confident?
  • Where was Paul?
  • What did Paul live for?
  • What did Paul desire more than living? Why?
  • How were the Philippian believers to conduct themselves?

Week 6—Day 5

Exodus 28

  • To whom was the priesthood given?
  • What type of garments were to be made for Aaron? Name the garments.
  • Describe the four rows of stones on the breast piece and what they represent.
  • What color was the robe of the ephod?
  • What was engraved on the gold plate of Aaron’s turban that was to be worn on his forehead?
  • Describe Aaron’s sons’ clothing.

Exodus 29

  • How many offerings were given during the consecration of the priests?
  • How many lambs were offered each day?
  • What was to be done with the ram of ordination/consecration? Where?
  • How many days was atonement to be made for the altar?

Exodus 30

  • What was the altar of incense made of and what was it overlaid with?
  • How often did Aaron make atonement?
  • How did the offering of the rich compare to the offering of the poor?
  • Where was the laver placed?
  • What would happen to a priest if he did not wash before offering?
  • Who was anointed with the holy anointing oil?

Exodus 31

  • Who did God call to oversee the making of the tabernacle items and what were they filled with?
  • What happened to those who did not observe the sabbath?
  • Who was the writer on the tablets of stone?

Philippians 2

  • Who is a believer’s attitude to be like?
  • How obedient was Christ?
  • How are believers to work out their salvation?
  • Who works in believers?
  • How are believers to do everything?

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1  Oh give thanks to the LORD, call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples.  2  Sing to Him, sing praises to Him; Speak of all His wonders.                Psalms 105:1-2

Week 5—Day 1

Exodus 1

  • How many of Jacob’s descendants came to Egypt?
  • How did Israel’s descendants make out in Egypt according to this chapter?
  • What was the new king in Egypt’s fear regarding the children of Israel?
  • What was the king of Egypt’s command to the Hebrew midwives?
  • When king of Egypt saw that his command to the midwives was not working what did he do?

Exodus 2

  • Who named Moses and what tribe was he from?
  • How was Moses spared and who was paid to raise him?
  • What did Moses do that caused him to flee to the land of Midian?
  • When the king of Egypt died what did the children of Israel do and what did God do?

Exodus 3

  • Explain how God got Moses’s attention, why God wanted Moses’s attention, and Moses’s response.
  • What was Moses to tell the leaders of Israel?
  • What were the women to ask of their neighbors and what were they to do with what they received?

Galatians 5

  • For what did Christ set us free?
  • What are we not to use our freedom for?
  • What are the deeds of the flesh?
  • What are the fruits of the Spirit?
  • What have those who belong to Christ done?

Week 5—Day 2

Exodus 4

  • What three signs would Moses perform if the elders did not believe him?
  • What was the excuse that Moses gave?
  • Why was God going to kill Moses on his way to Egypt?
  • Who did God send to Moses in the wilderness?
  • How did the people react to Moses?

Exodus 5

  • How did Pharaoh react to Moses’s request to let the people go?
  • What did Pharaoh do in retaliation to the children of Israel because of Moses’s request?
  • How did the leaders of the children of Israel react to Moses?
  • What did Moses say to the Lord?

Exodus 6

  • What did God tell Moses to tell to the children of Israel?
  • What did God tell Moses to tell Pharaoh?
  • How was Korah related to Moses?
  • Why did Moses say that Pharaoh would not listen to him?

Galatians 6

  • How do we deceive ourselves?
  • To whom are we to do good?
  • What did Paul say was allowable boasting?

Week 5—Day 3

Exodus 7

  • How old were Moses and Aaron when they spoke to Pharaoh?
  • What did Aaron’s staff do that the other magicians’ staffs could not do?
  • What was the first plague?

Exodus 8

  • How extensive was the frog plague in Egypt?
  • What did Pharaoh do when he saw that there was relief from the frogs?
  • After what plague did Pharaoh offer to compromise, what was the compromise, and did he honor his word?

Exodus 9

  • On which livestock would there be a plague if Pharaoh would not let the people go?
  • What were the sixth and seventh plagues?
  • What needed to happen for the Egyptians to be spared from the seventh plague?

Psalm 105

  • This song looks at Israel’s history from two perspectives, whose perspectives are they?

Ephesians 1

  • How many spiritual blessings do we have in Christ?
  • What is the seal that we have been marked with?
  • Where is Christ placed in relation to all things?

Week 5—Day 4

Exodus 10

  • What would the descendants of the children of Israel know about the Egyptians concerning the plagues?
  • What were the plagues in this chapter?
  • What were the compromises that Pharaoh gave in this chapter?
  • How did Moses refuse Pharaoh’s compromises?

Exodus 11

  • What were the Israelites to request from their neighbors?
  • Explain the tenth plague.

Exodus 12

  • What were the children of Israel to do on the 10th and 14th day of the month?
  • Describe how the Israelites were to dress when eating the Passover Lamb.
  • How many men journeyed from Rameses to Succoth?
  • Exactly how long did the children of Israel live in Egypt?
  • What foreigners were allowed to eat the Passover meal?

Ephesians 2

  • What are unbelievers dead in?
  • What is God rich in?
  • What are unbelievers saved “by” and “through”?
  • Who is our peace?

Week 5—Day 5

Exodus 13

  • What was the day that Moses wanted the people to remember?
  • What was the feast called that they were to observe for 7 days?
  • Why were the children of Israel not lead through the land of the Philistines?

Exodus 14

  • What did Pharaoh do when he came to his senses and realized he lost all the children of Israel?
  • How did the children of Israel react when they saw the Egyptians chasing them down?
  • How did Israel cross the Red Sea?
  • What happened to the Egyptian army when they tried to cross the red Sea?

Exodus 15

  • Describe the song of Moses and the children of Israel.
  • How long were the Israelites in the wilderness with no water?
  • What did Moses do to take the bitterness out of the water at Marah?
  • What was at Elim?

Psalm 114

  • No questions.

Ephesians 3

  • What was the mystery made known to Paul by revelation?
  • Through whom is the manifold witness of God made known in this age?
  • What is God able to do?

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4  Make me know Your ways, O LORD; Teach me Your paths.   5  Lead me in Your truth and teach me, For You are the God of my salvation; For You I wait all the day.      Psalm 24:4-5

Week 4—Day 1

Genesis 41

  • How many dreams did Pharaoh have and what was the interpretation to Pharaoh’s dreams?
  • What was the result of Joseph’s interpreting Pharaoh’s dreams and how old was he?
  • How many sons did Joseph have?
  • How far reaching was the famine before Joseph opened the storehouses?

Genesis 42

  • What did Joseph accuse his brothers of when they went to Egypt to buy grain.
  • What did the brothers have to do to prove their innocence?
  • What did the brothers find in their grain when they opened them up?

Mark 16

  • Why did Jesus specifically mention Peter in verse 7? (You will have to consult a commentary or “google” it. 😊)
  • Who did Jesus appear to first after his rising from the grave?
  • What happened when the disciples heard that Jesus had risen from the grave?

Week 4—Day 2

Genesis 43

  • Why was Judah afraid to go back to Egypt?
  • What did the brothers take to Egypt with them?
  • What did the brothers seek to return to Joseph?
  • What did Joseph do when he saw Benjamin?
  • How big of a portion of food did Joseph serve to Benjamin over the others?

Genesis 44

  • In addition to returning the money, what did Joseph put into Benjamin’s bag of grain?
  • How did Joseph give his brothers some of their own medicine? Please explain…
  • Which brother offered himself up in Benjamin’s place?

Psalm 24

  • Who owns all things?

Galatians 1

  • What was Paul upset about?
  • Who is to be accursed/condemned?
  • Who taught Paul the Gospel?

Week 4—Day 3

Genesis 45

  • What was the reason Joseph gave for his being sold into slavery by his brothers?
  • What was Pharaoh’s proposal to Joseph’s brothers?
  • What does this story tell us about how God is in control of all things and help us to understand Romans 8:28?

Genesis 46

  • What did God tell Jacob in a vision?
  • Who went to Egypt with Jacob?
  • What were Jacob’s words after he met Joseph?

Psalm 108

  • What is the contrast between verses 12 & 13?
  • How does that give us cause for praise and hope?

Galatians 2

  • Why did Paul go up to Jerusalem after 14 years?
  • Who was Paul entrusted to take the gospel to? Who was Peter entrusted to take the gospel to?
  • Who did Paul oppose to his face and why?
  • What does Galatians 2:20 mean when it says: “I have been crucified with Christ…”?  This link will shed some light on the phrase:

Week 4—Day 4

Genesis 47

  • How old was Jacob when he moved to Egypt?
  • What did Joseph take for payment for food instead of money and what eventually happened?
    • Bonus question: Do verses 13-24 help you understand the slavery setting in the book of Exodus?  This link may help you:
  • What did Joseph promise Jacob?

Genesis 48

  • Who did Jacob put ahead of Manasseh?
  • What did Israel say would happen to Joseph?

Psalm 25

  • No questions

Galatians 3

  • Who is justified by the law?
  • How did Christ redeem us from the law?
  • How many years after the covenant was the law established?
  • If we belong to Christ, whose seed are we?

Week 4—Day 5

Genesis 49

  • What did Jacob call Simeon and Levi?
  • Where would Zebulun live?
  • How did Jacob describe Benjamin?
  • Where did Jacob desire to be buried?

Genesis 50

  • How long was Jacob’s embalming period and where was he buried?
  • How long did Joseph live and where was he buried?

Galatians 4

  • When and to who were believers slaves?
  • Who does Hagar stand for?
  • Who are the children of promise like and who is their mother?

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8 The Lord is gracious and merciful; Slow to anger and great and lovingkindness. 9 The Lord is good to all, and His mercies are over all His works.  Psalm 145:8-9

Week 3—Day 1

Genesis 28

  • To whose house did Jacob go?
  • Why did Esau take a Canaanite wife?
  • Describe Jacob’s dream and give the name of the place.

Genesis 29

  • Who did Jacob meet at the well and what did she do?
  • What did Jacob do when he met the young lady at the well?
  • Describe what Jacob had to do in order to marry Laban’s daughter.
  • Why did the Lord open Leah’s womb?

Mark 11

  • Describe the triumphal entry.
  • After Jesus left Jerusalem where did he go?
  • Why did Jesus drive out the money changers?
  • What was the question Jesus asked to the chief priests and scribes?
  • Bonus question: What is the significance of the fig tree story in verses 12-14 & 20-26? 

Week 3—Day 2

Genesis 30

  • According to chapters 29 and 30 how many mothers bore Jacob’s children? Name the mothers.  List their relationship to each other and to Jacob.
  • Name Jacob’s children mentioned in chapters 29 and 30
  • How did Jacob prosper from Laban?

Genesis 31

  • Why did Jacob leave secretly?
  • Why did Laban pursue Jacob?
  • How did Laban and Jacob solve their disagreement?

Psalm 11

  • Where is the Lord’s throne?
  • Who does the Lord test?
  • who will behold his face?

Mark 12

  • What was the parable of the vine growers about?
  • Who did the vineyard owner send to the vine growers after they had abused many of the owner slaves?
  • What did the vine growers do to the vineyard owner’s son
  • Who did Jesus tell the crowd to beware of?
  • Explain why the widow gave more with one mite then the rich people who were putting in large sums of money.

Week 3—Day 3

Genesis 32

  • How many men were coming with Esau and what did Jacob do?
  • What was Jacob’s present for Esau?
  • Why didn’t the Israelites eat the sinew of the hip that’s on the socket of the thigh?

Genesis 33

  • Contrast Esau’s attitude in Genesis 27:41 and chapter 33:4-11.
  • Where did Jacob and Esau end up going after their meeting?
  • how much did Jacob pay for the land in Shechem and what did he do after he bought the land?

Genesis 34

  • What did Shechem do?
  • How Hamor handle the situation?
  • What was the response to Shechem by Jacob’s sons?
  • What Jacob tell Simeon and Levi?

Psalm 145

  • What do you see regarding God’s character?

Mark 13

  • Describe some of the events that will lead up to the coming of Christ and verses 5 through 23.
  • Where and how will the Son of Man be seen coming?
  • When does this chapter say that Christ will return? 

Week 3—Day 4

Genesis 35

  • Who was Rebekah’s nurse and where was she buried?
  • What was Rachel’s son’s name who was born in this chapter and what happened to Rachel?
  • What did Reuben do in this chapter?
  • How old was Isaac when he died and who buried him?

Genesis 36

  • Where did Esau move to?
  • Who became king after Husham died and what did he do in Moab?
  • Why are Biblical genealogies important? This link may help you:

Genesis 37

  • In your own words summarize and explain Joseph’s dreams.
  • What was Joseph’s brothers’ reaction to his dreams?
  • What did Joseph’s brothers’ tell their father happened to Joseph?

Psalm 12

  • What is this Psalm about? Can you relate?  How does this apply to you today?

Mark 14

  • List 5 main things that happened in this chapter.
  • Who were the men to follow in order to find a place to celebrate the Passover with Jesus?
  • What did Peter remember Jesus telling Him?

Week 3—Day 5

Genesis 38

  • What happened to Er and why?
  • What happened to Onan and why?
  • What did Tamar do to Judah?
  • How would you label this chapter?

Genesis 39

  • How many times does this chapter refer to the Lord being with and helping Joseph?
  • Where was Joseph taken, who was he enslaved to, and what became his position in his master’s house?
  • What did Joseph’s master’s wife want from him, how did Joseph handle the situation, and what was the result?

Genesis 40

  • What two men had dreams?
  • What was Joseph’s interpretation of the two men’s dreams?
  • Did Joseph’s interpretations come true?

Mark 15

  • What stands out to you in this chapter?
  • How does this chapter make you appreciate your salvation?

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Oh give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, For His lovingkindness is everlasting.  Psalm 107:1

Week 2—Day 1

Genesis 16

  • What was Hagar’s son’s name?
  • What type of an animal was Hagar’s son likened to?
  • How old was Abram when Hagar bore him a son?

Genesis 17

  • Why did God change Abram’s name to Abraham?
  • What were some of the promises that God gave to Abraham in his covenant?
  • What was the sign of the covenant between God and Abraham?
  • What did Abraham do when God told him that Sarah would have a son?
  • How old were Abraham and Ishmael when they were circumcised?

Genesis 18

  • Where did the Lord appear to Abraham?
  • What did Sarah do when she heard that she was going to have a child?
  • Where did the men go after they visited Abraham?
  • How many righteous did Abraham bargain the Lord down to so Sodom would not be destroyed?

Mark 6

  • What were the disciples to take on their journey?
  • What did the disciples preach?
  • Why was John the Baptist put in prison?
  • How and why was John the Baptist put to death?
  • Why did Jesus feel compassion for the 5000?
  • How many people we are healed who touched Jesus’ cloak?

Week 2—Day 2

Genesis 19

  • Who did lot offer in exchange for the two angels who were visiting him to the men of the city?
  • What sins did Lot, his wife, and daughters commit?

Genesis 20

  • What did Abraham lie about?
  • What explanation did Abraham give to Abimelech why he lied?
  • How did Abimelech come to find out that Abraham lied and what happened to Abimelech’ household?

Psalm 1

  • What two types of people are contrasted in this chapter?

Mark 7

  • Who prophesied about the Pharisees and the scribes?
  • What defiles a man?
  • Why did the Syrophoenician fall at Jesus’ feet?
  • What was the gender of the person who was deaf and had a speech impediment.

Week 2—Day 3

Genesis 21

  • What did Abraham do the day Isaac was weaned?
  • What did Ishmael become and where did he live after leaving Abraham’s house?
  • Where did Abraham and Abimelech make a covenant?

Genesis 22

  • Where did God tell Abraham to take Isaac and what was he to do with him?
  • Why did God tell Abraham not to sacrifice Isaac?
  • Where did Abraham live?

Genesis 23

  • Who was the son of Zohar?
  • How much did Abraham buy Sarah’s burial plot for?
  • Where was Sarah’s burial plot?

Psalm 107

  • What do you specifically see in this chapter that you can praise the Lord for?

Mark 8

  • How long had the people been with Jesus without food?
  • Where did Jesus heal the blind man?
  • Who did Peter say that Jesus was?
  • What was Jesus’ rebuke to Peter?

Week 2—Day 4

Genesis 24

  • From what people group did Abraham tell his servant not to take a wife for Isaac from?
  • Who was Milcah’s husband and what was their daughter’s name?
  • What were some of Milcah’s daughter’s characteristics?
  • Who was Laban?
  • What was Milcah’s daughter’s response when asked if she would go with Abraham’s servant?
  • Why did Milcah’s daughter go with Abraham’s servant?

Genesis 25

  • Who was Abraham’s wife mentioned in this chapter and how many children are mentioned?
  • In what state of mind did Abraham die? Did Paul have the same state of mind? 2 Timothy 4:1-8.
  • Where was Abraham buried?
  • Verses 12-18 are a fulfillment to a covenant with Abraham mentioned in 17:20. What are some general observations that you see?
  • Who were Isaac and Rebekah’s two sons?

Psalm 4

  • Read this right before bed tonight.

Mark 9

  • What happened to Jesus’ clothes at the transfiguration?
  • What two Old Testament figures were seen at the transfiguration?
  • What physically happened to the demon-possessed boy when Jesus healed him?
  • Why would it be better to have a millstone put around their neck and thrown into the sea?

Week 2—Day 5

Genesis 26

  • What sin did Isaac commit that his father had committed twice earlier in Genesis and who was the king that found him out? Look back and see if you can find some similarities.
  • Who did Isaac make a covenant with? Look back and see if you can find some similarities.

Genesis 27

  • Who did Jacob deceive and why?
  • Who was right along Jacob through his deception?
  • What was Esau going to do after the days of morning his father were complete?

Mark 10

  • Why did Moses write a certificate of divorce? What do verses 11 and 12 mean?
  • Who did Jesus say more than once in the chapter has a harder time getting into heaven? Why?
  • What was James and John’s request to Jesus? What was Jesus’ answer?
  • Who was the blind man?

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14 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart-Be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my rock and my Redeemer.   Psalm 19:14

Week 1—Day 1

  • Genesis 1
    • What phrase is repeated in 1:5813192331? Does this prove anything?
    • “God saw that it was good” is another important phrase ( 1:1012182125), that culminates with God seeing “everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good” (Gen. 1:31). What does this show about God’s nature?  Are there any verses you can think of that support your answer?
  • Genesis 2
    • What tree was not to be eaten from.
    • What was the reason that “…a man shall leave his father and hismother, and be joined to his wife; and they shallbecome one flesh.”?
  • Psalm 19
    • What speaks forth God’s glory without words?
    • Summarize verses 7-11. Does this motivate you to read and study Scripture more?
  • Mark 1
    • Are the baptisms mentioned in the chapter all the same or are they different baptisms? Here is a link that will shed some light on baptism.
    • In verses 40-45 Jesus healed a leper who Jesus told to “…say nothing to anyone…” (45) but then in the next verse (46) it says that “he went out and began to proclaim it freely and to spread the news around, to such an extent that Jesus could no longer publicly enter a city…” Was the leper in sin for disobedience?

Week 1—Day 2

  • Genesis 3
    • Did the serpent lie when he said to Eve in verse 4: “You surely will not die!” Explain your answer.
    • Why did Adam name his wife Eve?
  • Genesis 4
    • What were Cain and Abel’s professions?
    • Why was Cain’s sacrifice not accepted?
    • Who was Adam and Eve’s son that replaced Abel?
  • Genesis 5
    • How old was Adam when Seth was born?
    • How old was Adam when he died?
    • Who was Methusaleh’s father?
  • Mark 2
    • In verse 5, whose faith did Jesus see and whose sins were forgiven? Any thoughts on what that verse means?
    • Who did Christ come into the world to call?
    • Who was the sabbath made for?

Week 1—Day 3

  • Genesis 6
    • Summarize your thoughts on verses 1-4. Here is a link that might help:
    • How many decks did the ark have?
    • Why did Noah take two of every living thing on the ark?
  • Genesis 7
    • How old was Noah when the flood came?
    • How long did the earth flood?
    • How long did the water stay on the earth?
  • Genesis 8
    • When did Noah open the window of the ark?
    • What two types of birds were sent out by Noah?
    • What did Noah do in the last verses of the chapter?
  • Psalm 104
  • Mark 3
    • Who did Jesus heal?
    • Who did the Pharisees conspire with?
    • Who is guilty of an eternal sin?

Week 1—Day 4

  • Genesis 9
    • What was the covenant that God made with Noah?
    • What is the sign of the covenant and when will it come about?
    • What was Noah and Ham’s sin?
    • How old was Noah when he died?
  • Genesis 10
    • Who was Nimrod’s father?
    • Who was Peleg’s father?
  • Genesis 11
    • Why did God confuse the people’s language?
    • Who was the father of Terah?
    • What was Nahor’s wife’s name?
  • Mark 4
    • What seed did the birds come and eat?
    • What seed immediately falls away when affliction and persecution comes?
    • What is the kingdom of God like?

Week 1—Day 5

  • Genesis 12
    • What did the Lord promise Abram?
    • Why did Pharaoh treat Abram so well?
  • Genesis 13
    • Where did Abram move to when he left Egypt?
    • After the separation, where did Abram settle and where did Lot settle?
  • Genesis 14
    • Who rebelled on the 13th year?
    • Who recovered Lot with all his possessions?
    • Who was Melchizedek?
  • Genesis 15
    • Who did God specifically say would be Abram’s heir?
    • What does verse 6 reflect in Abram’s life? (Compare with Romans 4:3; 20–22 Galatians 3:6 James 2:23)
    • What was the covenant the Lord made with Abram?
  • Psalm148
    • No questions—just meditate and praise the Lord!
  • Mark 5
    • Why was no one able to bind the demon-possessed man?
    • What was the demon’s name that possessed the man?
    • Who touched Jesus’ garments?
    • How old was the girl Jesus healed?