Exodus Bible Bowl Questions Chapter 9

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1. Then the Lord said unto Moses, “Go in unto Pharaoh, and tell him, Thus saith _____.“ (verse 1)

A. The God of Israel, Let my people go

B. The Lord God of the Hebrews, Let my people go

C. Jehovah, Let my people go

 

2. Fill in the blank: For if thou refuse to let them go and _____. (verse 2)

A. Wilt smite them with a mighty hand

B. Wilt add to them rigourous labor

C. Wilt hold them still

 

3. Behold, the hand of the Lord is upon what? (verse 3)

A. Thy livestock which is in your land

B. Thy cattle which is in the field

C. Thy herds which belong to your people

 

4. The hand of the Lord is also upon what other things? (verse 3)

A. Upon the horses, asses, camels, oxen, and sheep

B. Upon the houses, flocks, herds and people

C. Upon every living thing within the land of Egypt

 

5. What shall there be among the animals? (verse 3)

A. There shall be a painful plague

B. There shall be a very grievous murrain

C. There shall be a burdensome disease

 

6. What did the Lord sever between? (verse 4)

A. The cattle of Israel and the cattle of Egypt

B. The animals of the Herbrews and the animals of the Egyptians

C. The herds of the children of Israel and the herds of Pharaoh’s people

 

7. What would happen to the livestock belonging to the children of Israel? (verse 4)

A. There shall no disease fall upon those of the Hebrews

B. There shall nothing live of all that is in the land of Egypt

C. There shall nothing die of all that is the children’s of Israel

 

8. The Lord appointed a set time to do this thing in the land. When was that time? (verse 5)

A. This day

B. Tomorrow

C. In seven day’s time

 

9. When the Lord did that thing on the morrow, what happened? (verse 6)

A. All the cattle of Egypt died

B. All the livestock of the land was killed

C. All the herds were smote by the Lord

 

10. What happened to the cattle belonging to the children of Israel? (verse 6)

A. But of the cattle of the Hebrews, all were spared

B. But of the cattle in the land of Goshen, not the first was touched

C. But of the cattle of the children of Israel, died not one

 

11. What did Pharaoh do? (verse 7)

A. And Pharaoh went

B. And Pharaoh sent

C. And Pharaoh grieved

 

12. The Lord told Moses and Aaron to take handfuls of what? (verse 8)

A. Ashes of the furnace

B. Mud of the river

C. Dust of the land

 

13. What was Moses to do with the handfuls of ashes? (verse 8)

A. Throw it into the air of the heavens so that Pharaoh may wit

B. Toss it at the feet of Pharaoh

C. Sprinkle it toward the heaven in the sight of Pharaoh

 

14. The dust shall be a boil breaking forth with what? (verse 9-10)

A. Blains

B. Pains

C. Flames

 

15. Upon whom shall the boil break forth? (verse 9-10)

A. Egyptian and Hebrew

B. Man and beast

C. Pharaoh and his servants

 

16. Who could not stand before Moses? (verse 11)

A. Pharaoh

B. The magicians

C. The Egyptians

 

17. Why could the magicians not stand before Moses? (verse 11)

A. Because of the blains

B. Because they feared God

C. Because of the boils

 

18. Who hardened Pharaoh’s heart? (verse 12)

A. The Lord

B. Pharaoh

C. Moses

 

19. What did the Lord tell Moses to do in chapter 9:13? (verse 13)

A. Rise up early in the morning, and stand before Pharaoh

B. Go in unto Pharaoh

C. Wait until the sun is high, and stand before Pharaoh

 

20. Moses was to tell Pharaoh that the Lord will at this time send what? (verse 14)

A. All my plagues upon thine people

B. All my plagues upon thine land

C. All my plagues upon thine heart

 

21. What would the plagues cause Pharaoh to know? (verse 14)

A. That there is none like me in all the earth

B. That the Lord is God

C. That the God of the Hebrews is above all gods

 

22. What will God stretch out? (verse 15)

A. His arm

B. His hand

C. His rod

 

23. With what will the Lord smite Pharaoh and his people? (verse 15)

A. Plagues

B. Pestilence

C. Judgments

 

24. What will the be the result of the Lord smiting Pharaoh? (verse 15)

A. He shalt be left desolate

B. He shalt be humbled

C. He shalt be cut off from the earth

 

25. Why had the Lord raised Pharaoh up? (verse 16)

A. In very deed for this cause

B. For this very purpose

C. For this reason

 

26. Why had the Lord raised Pharaoh up? (verse 16)

A. In order to show you My power

B. For to shew in thee my power

C. To show Egypt my power

 

27. Why had the Lord raised Pharaoh up? (verse 16)

A. That my name may be declared throughout the land of Egypt

B. That my name may be declared throughout the world

C. That my name may be declared throughout all the earth

 

28. Why does the Lord say that Pharaoh will not let the his people go? (verse 17)

A. As yet exaltest thou thyself against my people

B. You still set yourself against my people

C. He is vainly puffed up by his fleshly mind

 

29. When did the Lord say it would rain a very grievous hail? (verse 18)

A. This day

B. To morrow about this time

C. Early in the morning

 

30. What did the Lord say the very grievous hail storm would be like? (verse 18)

A. The worst hailstorm that has ever fallen on Egypt, from the day it was founded till now

B. Death from above

C. Such as hath not been in Egypt since the foundation thereof even until now

 

31. What did the Lord say should be gathered that was in the field? (verse 19)

A. Thy sheep

B. Thy cattle

C. Thy servants

 

32. What will happen to every man and beast which shall be found in the field? (verse 19)

A. The hail shall come down upon them, and they shall die

B. The hail shall come down upon them, and they shall not survive

C. The hail shall not harm them, and they shall not die

 

33. Who made his servants and his cattle flee into the houses? (verse 20)

A. He that feared the word of the LORD among the servants of Pharaoh

B. The children of Israel

C. Pharaoh

 

34. Who left his servants and his cattle in the field? (verse 21)

A. The children of Israel

B. Pharaoh

C. He that regarded not the word of the LORD

 

35. Why did the Lord command Moses, “Stretch forth thine hand toward heaven”? (verse 22)

A. That the Lord may be glorified

B. That the hailstorm may form

C. That there may be hail in all the land of Egypt

 

36. How did Moses respond to the Lord’s command to stretch forth his hand? (verse 23)

A. Moses stretched forth his hand toward heaven

B. Moses stretched forth his rod toward heaven

C. Moses did not stretch and pulled a muscle

 

37. When the Lord sent thunder and hail, what ran along upon the ground? (verse 23)

A. Every man and beast

B. Chicken little

C. The fire

 

38. What was mingled with the hail? (verse 24)

A. Lightning

B. Fire

C. Grievous rain

 

39. What did the hail smote in the field? (verse 25)

A. Man, cattle and corn

B. People, flocks and crops

C. Man, beast and herb

 

40. What did the hail break? (verse 25)

A. Every temple throughout the land of Egypt

B. The nose of the Sphinx

C. Every tree of the field

 

41. Where was there no hail? (verse 26)

A. In the land of Goshen

B. In the wilderness

C. In the land of Canaan

 

42. Who did Pharaoh call for during the hailstorm? (verse 27)

A. The magicians

B. Moses and Aaron

C. The gods of the Egyptians

 

43. Who did Pharaoh say had sinned? (verse 27)

A. Moses and Aaron

B. The Hebrews

C. I have

 

44. Who did Pharaoh say was righteous? (verse 27)

A. The Egyptians

B. The Lord

C. The Hebrews

 

45. Who did Pharaoh say was wicked? (verse 27)

A. I and my people

B. Moses and Aaron

C. The Hebrews

 

46. For what did Pharaoh asked Moses to intreat the Lord? (verse 28)

A. That the hailstorm be calmed

B. That the thunder and hail depart from the land

C. That there be no more mighty thunderings and hail

 

47. What does Pharaoh say will happen when Moses intreat’s the Lord? (verse 28)

A. I will let you go, and ye shall stay no longer

B. I will let you go three days journey into the wilderness

C. I will obey the voice of the Lord

 

48. When will Moses act on Pharaoh’s request? (verse 29)

A. Tomorrow

B. As soon as I am gone out of the city

C. Early in the morning

 

49. What will Moses spread abroad? (verse 29)

A. Handfuls of ashes

B. Seeds of Pharaoh’s repentance

C. My hands unto the Lord

 

50. What does Moses say shall cease? (verse 29)

A. The thunder

B. The storm

C. The fire

 

51. What does Moses say that Pharaoh will know when there is no more hail? (verse 29)

A. That the earth is the LORD'S

B. That the LORD is God

C. That Jehovah reigns over the earth

 

52. What did Moses know about Pharaoh and his servants? (verse 30)

A. That ye will not yet respect the Lord God

B. That ye will not yet fear the LORD God

C. That ye will not yet obey the Lord God

 

53. Why was the barley smitten? (verse 31)

A. The barley was in the ear

B. The barley was ready for harvest

C. The barley was bolled

 

54. Why was the flax smitten? (verse 31)

A. The flax was in the ear

B. The flax was ready for harvest

C. The flax was bolled

 

55. Why were the wheat and rie not smitten? (verse 32)

A. They had already been harvested

B. They were not grown up

C. They were not yet sown

 

56. What also happened when the thunders and hail ceased? (verse 33)

A. The rain was not poured upon the earth

B. The fire no longer ran upon the ground

C. The land stank

 

57. When did Pharaoh sin yet more? (verse 34)

A. When Pharaoh saw that the rain and the hail and the thunders were ceased

B. When Moses left Pharaoh and his servants

C. When Pharaoh saw that Egypt was spoiled

 

58. What did Pharaoh not do when his heart was hardened? (verse 35)

A. Listen to the Lord

B. Let the children of Israel go

C. Let the Hebrews go

 


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