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Exodus Bible Bowl Questions Chapter 10

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1. Whom did the Lord harden the heart of? (verse 1)

A. Pharaoh

B. Pharaoh and his servants

C. Pharaoh’s servants

 

2. What did the Lord say was the purpose of the heart hardening? (verse 1)

A. That I might shew these my signs before the children of Israel

B. That I might shew these my signs before the Egyptians

C. That I might shew these my signs before him

 

3. Who was to be told of the things that the Lord had wrought is Egypt? (verse 2)

A. The inhabitants of the earth

B. Thy son, and of thy son's son

C. The angels of heaven

 

4. What was the purpose for telling the signs which the Lord had done among them ? (verse 2)

A. That ye may know how that I am the LORD

B. That ye may know that the LORD redeemed you

C. That all may know that the LORD rules in the earth

 

5. What question does the Lord ask Pharaoh through Moses and Aaron? (verse 3)

A. How long wilt thou harden thy heart?

B. How long wilt thou refuse to humble thyself before me?

C. How long wilt thou refuse to let the Hebrew people go?

 

6. What would the Lord do if Pharaoh refused to let His people go? (verse 4)

A. To morrow will I bring the locusts into thy coast

B. To day will I bring the locusts into thy land

C. In two days will I bring the locust into Egypt

 

7. How does the Lord describe the effect of the locusts on the earth? (verse 5)

A. They shall spread forth on the face of the earth, that one cannot be able to know the earth

B. They shall lay waste to the earth, that one cannot be able to see any herb

C. They shall cover the face of the earth, that one cannot be able to see the earth

 

8. What shall the locust eat? (verse 5)

A. That which remains in the field

B. The residue of that which is escaped

C. The herbs of that which is preserved

 

9. What shall the locust eat? (verse 5)

A. Which remaineth unto you from the hail, and shall eat every tree which groweth for you out of the field

B. The wheat which escaped the hail, and every tree in the field

C. The grain which was not lost by the hail, and every tree with fruit

 

10. What shall the locusts fill? (verse 6)

A. Thy houses, and thy fields, and the storehouses of Egypt

B. Thy houses, thy land, and the sky above

C. Thy houses, and the houses of all thy servants, and the houses of all the Egyptians

 

11. When had the Egyptians seen locusts like this? (verse 6)

A. As hath not been in Egypt since the foundation thereof even until now

B. Neither thy fathers, nor thy father’s fathers have seen

C. Such as was seen at the time of thy father’s father

 

12. What did Pharaoh’s servants say to him? (verse 7)

A. How long shall this man be a snare unto us?

B. How long wilt thou harden thine heart?

C. How long will Pharaoh fiddle while Egypt burns?

 

13. What did Pharaoh’s servants say to him? (verse 7)

A. Let the Hebrews go, that they may sacrifice to their God

B. Let the people go, that they may worship their God

C. Let the men go, that they may serve the Lord their God

 

14. What did Pharaoh’s servants say to him? (verse 7)

A. Knowest thou not yet that Egypt is destroyed

B. Knowest thou not yet that Egypt is ruined

C. Knowest thou not yet that Egypt is spoiled

 

15. What does Pharaoh say to Moses and Aaron after his servants asked him to let the men go? (verse 8)

A. Depart, sacrifice to the Lord your God

B. Go, serve the Lord your God

C. Journey three days into the wilderness

 

16. What question does Pharaoh ask Moses and Aaron after his servants asked him to let the men go? (verse 8)

A. Who of the Hebrews shalt go?

B. Who are they that shall go?

C. Who of thy people shalt leave?

 

17. Who did Moses say will go? (verse 9)

A. Our children and with our old, with our lambs and with our calves

B. Our young and our old, with our children, and with our livestock

C. Our young men and with our old, with our sons and with our daughters, with our flocks and with our herds

 

18. What does Moses say they must hold? (verse 9)

A. A feast unto the Lord

B. A festival unto the Lord

C. A dedication unto the Lord

 

19. How does Pharaoh respond to Moses’ request? (verse 10)

A. Let the Lord be so with you, as I will let you go, and your little ones

B. The Lord be with you, if ever I let you and your little ones go!

C. May it never be!

 

20. What does Pharaoh say about Moses’ intentions? (verse 10)

A. Look, you have some evil purpose in mind

B. Look, you’re up to no good

C. Look to it; for evil is before you

 

21. Who will Pharaoh permit to go and serve the Lord? (verse 11)

A. Ye that are men

B. Ye that are women

C. Ye that are Hebrew

 

22. What was done with Moses and Aaron? (verse 11)

A. They were thrown out of Pharaoh’s house

B. They were driven out from Pharaoh’s presence

C. They were escorted from Pharaoh’s sight

 

23. What does the Lord say to Moses after leaving Pharaoh? (verse 12)

A. Stretch out thine arm over the land of Egypt for the wonders

B. Stretch out thine hand over the land of Egypt for the locusts

C. Stretch out thine rod over the land of Egypt for the signs

 

24. What were the locusts to eat? (verse 12)

A. Every plant of the land, even all that the hail hath not smitten

B. Every tree of the land, all that the hail has left

C. Every herb of the land, even all that the hail hath left

 

25. What did Moses stretch forth over the land of Egypt? (verse 13)

A. His rod

B. His hand

C. His arm

 

26. What did the Lord bring? (verse 13)

A. A west wind

B. An east wind

C. A grievous wind

 

27. How long did the wind continue? (verse 13)

A. And seven days were fulfilled

B. Forty days upon the earth

C. All that day, and all that night

 

28. When did the wind bring the locusts? (verse 13)

A. When it was morning

B. In the process of time

C. When the Lord commanded

 

29. Where did the locusts rest? (verse 14)

A. On the whole country of Egypt

B. In all the coasts of Egypt

C. In all the fields and houses of Egypt

 

30. How are the locusts described? (verse 14)

A. They were very numerous

B. They were very ravenous

C. Very grievous were they

 

31. When were there such locusts? (verse 14)

A. As had never been before, nor ever will be again

B. Before them there were no such locusts as they neither after them shall be such

C. Such as there was none like it in all the land of Egypt since it became a nation

 

32. When the locust covered the face of the whole earth, what happened to the land? (verse 15)

A. It was darkened

B. It was made desolate

C. It was spoiled

 

33. What remained after the locusts ate? (verse 15)

A. There remained not any green thing

B. Not a green thing remained

C. Barren wasteland

 

34. How did Pharaoh call for Moses and Aaron? (verse 16)

A. In anger

B. In terror

C. In haste

 

35. Who did Pharaoh say he had sinned against? (verse 16)

A. The Lord God of the Hebrews

B. The people of Egypt

C. The Lord your God, and against you

 

36. What did Pharaoh request of Moses and Aaron this once? (verse 17)

A. Forgive my sin please

B. Forgive, I pray thee, my sin

C. Do me a favor

 

37. What did Pharaoh request the Lord be intreated to do? (verse 17)

A. To remove these locusts from me

B. To restore the green plants to the land

C. That he may take away from me this death only

 

38. What took away the locusts? (verse 19)

A. A mighty strong east wind

B. A mighty strong west wind

C. A mighty strong whirlwind

 

39. Where were the locusts cast? (verse 19)

A. Into the river

B. Into the Great sea

C. Into the Red sea

 

40. What locusts remained in the coasts of Egypt? (verse 19)

A. Not a single locust

B. O but a few locusts

C. Not one locust

 

41. Why would Pharaoh not let the children of Israel go? (verse 20)

A. The Lord hardened Pharaoh’s heart

B. Pharaoh hardened his heart

C. Pharaoh was stiff necked

 

42. What did the Lord tell Moses to stretch out? (verse 21)

A. Thine arm

B. Thine hand

C. Thine rod

 

43. What will be over the land of Egypt? (verse 21)

A. Light

B. A dark cloud

C. Darkness

 

44. How does the Lord describe the darkness? (verse 21)

A. Even darkness which is cold

B. Even darkness which may be felt

C. Even darkness which is damp

 

45. What did Moses stretch out toward heaven? (verse 22)

A. His hand

B. His arm

C. His rod

 

46. How long did the darkness last in Egypt? (verse 22)

A. All that day, and all that night

B. And seven days were fulfilled

C. Three days

 

47. What did the Egyptians see during the darkness? (verse 23)

A. Not one another

B. Nothing

C. Not man or beast

 

48. What did the Egyptians do during the darkness? (verse 23)

A. They slept for three days

B. Neither rose any from his place for three days

C. They wept in fear

 

49. Who did Pharaoh say could go? (verse 24)

A. Let your children also go with you

B. Let your young men also go with you

C. Let your little ones also go with you

 

50. What did Pharaoh say could not go? (verse 24)

A. Your flocks and your herds

B. Your sheep and your cattle

C. Your goats and your livestock

 

51. What does Moses say must be given so they may sacrifice unto the Lord our God? (verse 25)

A. Sacrifices and burnt offerings

B. Flocks and herds

C. Sheep and cattle

 

52. What shall not be left behind? (verse 26)

A. A cow

B. An hoof

C. A lamb

 

53. Why must the cattle be taken to serve the Lord? (verse 26)

A. We know not with what we must serve the Lord

B. We must have meat to eat during the journey

C. We must sacrifice them all to the Lord

 

54. What does Pharaoh tell Moses about seeing his face? (verse 28)

A. You will never see my face again, or risk your life

B. Thou shalt see mine face no more, or thou shalt die

C. See my face no more; for in that day thou seest my face thou shalt die

 

55. How does Moses reply to Pharaoh about seeing his face? (verse 29)

A. As you say! I will not see your face again.

B. Thou hast spoken well, I will see thy face again no more

C. What a relief! You need a mint!

 


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