Exodus Bible Bowl Questions Chapter 12

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1. What shall this month be unto you? (verse 2)

A. The end of months

B. The beginning of months

C. The greatest of months

 

2. This month shall be __________of the year to you. (verse 2)

A. The twelfth month

B. The sixth month

C. The first month

 

3. To whom were Moses and Aaron to speak? (verse 3)

A. Pharaoh

B. All the congregation of Israel

C. The elders of the children of Israel

 

4. On what day of the month shall they take to them every man a lamb? (verse 3)

A. The tenth day

B. The first day

C. The seventh day

 

5. They were to take a lamb for an house according to what? (verse 3)

A. The size of the household

B. The house of their fathers

C. The ability of the house

 

6. What were they to do if the household be to little for the lamb? (verse 4)

A. Let him and his neighbour next unto his house take it according to the number of the souls

B. Each their portion and burn the remainder as a memorial to the Lord

C. Let him and the poor of Israel take it according to their number

 

7. What shall make your count for the lamb? (verse 4)

A. Every one according to their portion

B. All according to their ability

C. Every man according to his eating

 

8. What shall your lamb be? (verse 5)

A. Without spot

B. Without blemish

C. Without defect

 

9. What shall your lamb be? (verse 5)

A. A male of the first year

B. A female of the second year

C. A male of the third year

 

10. From what shall ye take your lamb out? (verse 5)

A. The sheep or the cattle

B. The goats or the oxen

C. The sheep or the goats

 

11. Ye shall keep the lamb up until what day of the same month? (verse 6)

A. The twelfth day

B. The fourteenth day

C. The twentieth day

 

12. Who shall kill the lamb in the evening? (verse 6)

A. The whole assembly of the congregation of Israel

B. The father of the house

C. The elders of the children of Israel

 

13. What were they to take of the blood and strike? (verse 7)

A. The doorway of the houses

B. The houses of the servants of Pharaoh

C. The two side posts and on the upper door post of the houses

 

14. What houses were to be stuck with the blood? (verse 7)

A. Wherein they shall eat it (the lamb)

B. Wherein dwell the children of Israel

C. Where in they fear the Lord God

 

15. How shall they eat the flesh in that night? (verse 8)

A. Boil with water

B. Roast with fire

C. Bake with coals

 

16. What shall they eat with the flesh? (verse 8)

A. Bread and pottage of lentiles

B. Unleavened bread and bitter herbs

C. Savoury meat

 

17. How were they not to eat the flesh of the lamb? (verse 9)

A. Raw, nor seasoned with salt

B. Raw, nor cooked in a bowl

C. Raw, nor sodden at all with water

 

18. They were to roast the lamb with fire, his head with his legs, and with what? (verse 9)

A. The purtenance thereof

B. Its inner parts

C. The organs thereof

 

19. What shall be left of the lamb until the morning? (verse 10)

A. Nothing of it

B. His head

C. Its inner parts

 

20. What was to be done with that which remaineth of it (thelamb) until the morning? (verse 10)

A. Ye shall cast it into the river

B. Ye shall bury it

C. Ye shall burn with fire

 

21. In what manner were they to eat it (the lamb)? (verse 11)

A. With your loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and your staff in your hand

B. With your cloak tucked into your belt, your sandals on your feet and your staff in your hand

C. Be dressed and ready to travel, have your sandals on, carry your walking stick in your hand

 

22. What was to be eaten in haste? (verse 11)

A. The sacrificial lamb

B. The LORD'S Passover

C. The scapegoat

 

23. Who will pass through the land of Egypt this night? (verse 12)

A. The angel of death

B. The angel of the Lord

C. I (the Lord)

 

24. What will the Lord smite? (verse 12)

A. All the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both man and beast

B. All the male children in the land of Egypt

C. All the firstborn males in the land of Egypt

 

25. Against whom will the Lord execute judgment? (verse 12)

A. Pharaoh

B. The people of the land of Egypt

C. All the gods of Egypt

 

26. What shall be a token upon the houses where ye are? (verse 13)

A. The Lordís Passover

B. The blood

C. The bitter herbs

 

27. What will happen when the Lord sees the blood? (verse 13)

A. I will pass over you, and none of your firstborn will perish when I strike Egypt

B. I will pass over you, and the plague shall not be upon you to destroy you

C. I will pass over you, and ye shall dwell in safety when I strike Egypt

 

28. What shall this day be unto you? (verse 14)

A. A memorial

B. A Sabbath

C. An holy day

 

29. When shall ye keep it a feast to the LORD? (verse 14)

A. With thy sons and thy sonís sons

B. In the land which the Lord shalt bring ye

C. Throughout your generations

 

30. How long shall ye keep it a feast by an ordinance? (verse 14)

A. Unto the end of the earth

B. For ever

C. Always

 

31. How many days shall ye eat unleavened bread? (verse 15)

A. Three

B. Ten

C. Seven

 

32. What shall ye do on the first day? (verse 15)

A. Put away leaven out of your houses

B. Clean and purify your houses

C. Remove all foreign gods out of your houses

 

33. What happens to whosoever eateth leavened bread from the first day until the seventh day? (verse 15)

A. That one shall be stoned be the whole congregation

B. That man shall be cut off from his people

C. That soul shall be cut off from Israel

 

34. What shall there be in the first day and in the seventh day? (verse 16)

A. An holy convocation

B. A burnt offering

C. A prayer of thanksgiving

 

35. What manner of work shall be done? (verse 16)

A. None, save the care of thy little ones

B. None, save that which every man must eat

C. None, save the service of the Lord

 

36. For what shall ye observe the feast of unleavened bread? (verse 17)

A. As a memorial for I brought you and your little ones out of the land of Egypt

B. In this time I redeemed ye out of the land of Egypt

C. In this selfsame day have I brought your armies out of the land of Egypt

 

37. In the first month, ye shall eat unleavened bread from the __________(verse 18)

A. The tenth day of the month at even

B. The fourteenth day of the month at even

C. The twentieth day if the month at even

 

38. In the first month, ye shall eat unleavened bread until the __________(verse 18)

A. The one and twentieth day of the month at even

B. The two and twentieth day of the month at even

C. The three and twentieth day of the month at even

 

39. What shall not be found in your houses for seven days? (verse 19)

A. Leaven

B. Blood

C. Dust bunnies

 

40. Which soul shall be cut off from the congregation of Israel? (verse 19)

A. Whosoever that faileth to remove leaven from his house

B. Whosoever eateth that which is leavened

C. Whosoever that doest not keep the Lordís Passover

 

41. Who was included in the leaven eating law? (verse 19)

A. Whether he be an alien, or native born

B. Whether he be a foreigner, or an Israelite

C. Whether he be a stranger, or born in the land

 

42. Where shall ye eat unleavened bread? (verse 20)

A. In all your habitations

B. In all your houses

C. In all your households

 

43. For whom did Moses call after receiving the Passover commands from God? (verse 21)

A. The officers of the children of Israel

B. The princes of the Hebrew people

C. All the elders of Israel

 

44. What did Moses say to the elders regarding the Lordís Passover commands? (verse 21)

A. Go at once and select the animals for your families and slaughter the Passover lamb

B. Draw out and take you a lamb according to your families, and kill the passover

C. Take a lamb for an house according to his eating and kill the lamb in the evening

 

45. What shall be taken and dipped in the blood that is in the bason? (verse 22)

A. A palm branch

B. A bunch of hyssop

C. A bunch of straw

 

46. What is to be struck with the blood that is in the bason? (verse 22)

A. The lintel and the two side posts

B. On the top and on both sides of the doorframe

C. The two side posts and on the upper door post of the houses

 

47. What were they to do until the morning? (verse 22)

A. All of you shall stay outside of his house

B. Some of you shall remain in your beds

C. None of you shall go out at the door of his house

 

48. What will the LORD will pass through to do? (verse 23)

A. Smite all the firstborn in the land of Egypt

B. Smite the Egyptians

C. Execute judgment

 

49. When will the LORD pass over the door? (verse 23)

A. He seeth the blood on the doorstep

B. He seeth the blood on the door

C. He seeth the blood upon the lintel, and on the two side posts

 

50. What will the Lord not suffer to come in unto your houses to smite you? (verse 23)

A. The destroyer

B. The angel of death

C. The devil

 

51. What shall ye observe an ordinance to thee and thy sons for ever? (verse 24)

A. The passover

B. The feast of unleavened bread

C. This thing

 

52. When shall ye keep this service? (verse 25)

A. When ye be come to the land which the LORD will give you

B. When the Lordís anger is hot

C. When ye chose

 

53. What shall your children shall say unto you? (verse 26)

A. What mean ye by this feast?

B. What mean ye by this service?

C. What mean ye by this observance?

 

54. What is the response commanded by the Lord to the childrenís question? (verse 27)

A. It is the feast of the unleavened bread

B. It is the memorial of the Lordís victory

C. It is the sacrifice of the LORD'S Passover

 

55. When the Lord smote the Egyptians what did He do for Israel? (verse 27)

A. Saved our souls

B. Delivered our houses

C. Redeemed our firstborn

 

56. What was the response of the people to the Lordís instructions? (verse 27)

A. Bowed the head and worshipped

B. Rejoicing and praising God

C. Murmuring and weeping

 

57. The children of Israel went away, and did what? (verse 28)

A. As the LORD had commanded Moses and Aaron

B. As Moses and Aaron instructed them

C. As every man purposed in his own heart

 

58. When did the LORD smote all the firstborn in the land of Egypt? (verse 29)

A. During the night

B. At midnight

C. Before the early morning

 

59. Who of the first born of Egypt was smote by the Lord? (verse 29)

A. From the firstborn of Pharaoh that sitteth upon his throne, even unto the firstborn of the maidservant that is behind the mill

B. Both man and beast

C. From the firstborn of Pharaoh that sat on his throne unto the firstborn of the captive that was in the dungeon; and all the firstborn of cattle

 

60. Who rose up in the night? (verse 30)

A. He(Pharaoh), and all his servants, and all the Egyptians

B. Pharaoh, and all his magicians, and all the Egyptians

C. Pharaoh, and all his taskmasters, and all the Egyptians

 

61. Why was there was a great cry in Egypt? (verse 30)

A. For all the firstborn of the Egyptians were dead

B. For all the dead the land stank

C. For there was not a house where there was not one dead

 

62. Who called for Moses and Aaron by night? (verse 31)

A. The Lord

B. Pharaoh

C. The elders of the children of Israel

 

63. What did Pharaoh say to Moses and Aaron? (verse 31)

A. Up! Leave my people, you and the Israelites! Go, worship the LORD as you have requested

B. Rise up, and get you forth from among my people, both ye and the children of Israel; and go, serve the LORD, as ye have said

C. Get out!

 

64. What did Pharaoh say the children of Israel were to also take? (verse 32)

A. Your flocks and your herds

B. Your little ones and your flocks

C. Your little ones and your herds

 

65. What did Pharaoh ask Moses and Aaron to do for him? (verse 32)

A. Forgive, I pray thee, my sin

B. Intreat the LORD your God, that he may take away from me this death only

C. Bless me also

 

66. Why were the Egyptians urgent upon the people? (verse 33)

A. That they might send them out before Egypt is destroyed

B. That they might send them out of the land in haste

C. That they might send them out for the fear the LORD

 

67. How did the Egyptians describe themselves? (verse 33)

A. We are wicked.

B. We have sinned.

C. We be all dead men.

 

68. When did the people take their dough? (verse 34)

A. Before it was leavened

B. Before it was baked

C. Before it was made

 

69. What was bound up in their clothes upon their shoulders? (verse 34)

A. Their jewels of gold and of silver

B. Their possessions

C. Their kneadingtroughs

 

70. What did the children of Israel borrow of the Egyptians? (verse 35)

A. Jewels of silver, and jewels of gold, and raiment

B. Carts to carry their little ones

C. A cup of sugar

 

71. What did the Lord give the people? (verse 36)

A. Deliverance from the burdens of Egypt

B. Favour in the sight of the Egyptians

C. Protection from the judgment of Egypt

 

72. How did the people spoil the Egyptians? (verse 36)

A. They(the people) left with all that was not nailed down

B. There was no one left to serve with rigor

C. They(the Egyptians) lent unto them such things as they required

 

73. From where to where did the children of Israel journey? (verse 37)

A. Pithom to Raamses

B. Rameses to Succoth

C. Goshen to the Red Sea

 

74. What was the number of those on foot that were men? (verse 37)

A. About six hundred thousand

B. About five hundred thousand

C. About seven hundred thousand

 

75. Who went up also with the children of Israel? (verse 38)

A. A mixed multitude

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

C. The residue of that which is escaped

 

76. Why did they bake unleavened cakes of the dough which they brought forth out of Egypt? (verse 39)

A. Because they had removed all the leven from their houses

B. Because they were thrust out of Egypt, and could not tarry

C. Because Pharaoh said, ďlet them eat cakeĒ

 

77. What had the children of Israel not prepared for themselves? (verse 39)

A. Any tents

B. Any swords

C. Any victual

 

78. How long was the sojourning of the children of Israel, who dwelt in Egypt? (verse 40)

A. Four hundred and thirty years

B. Four hundred years

C. Three hundred and seventy years

 

79. Who went out of Egypt the selfsame day? (verse 41)

A. The children of Israel according to their armies

B. The men of war

C. All the hosts of the LORD

 

80. What is that night of the LORD to be observed of all the children of Israel in their generations? (verse 42)

A. The night they journeyed from Rameses to Succoth

B. The night the LORD brought them out from the land of Egypt

C. The night the prince of Egypt died

 

81. Who shall not eat of the Passover? (verse 43)

A. The unclean

B. The stranger

C. The wicked

 

82. Who shall eat of the Passover? (verse 44)

A. A servant that is bought for money, when thou hast circumcised him

B. A slave captured in war, when thou hast circumcised him

C. A servant that is traded for property, when thou hast circumcised him

 

83. Who shall not eat of the Passover? (verse 45)

A. A gentile and a bondservant

B. A child and maidservants

C. A foreigner and an hired servant

 

84. Where shall the Passover be eaten? (verse 46)

A. From house to house

B. In one house

C. In the Lordís house

 

85. What shalt thou not carry forth abroad out of the house? (verse 46)

A. Unleavened bread

B. Bitter herbs

C. Ought of the flesh

 

86. What shall ye not break? (verse 46)

A. A bone thereof

B. The sinew of the hip

C. The Passover

 

87. Who shall keep the Passover? (verse 47)

A. All the firstborn of Israel

B. All the men of Israel

C. All the congregation of Israel

 

88. How may a stranger sojourn with thee, and keep the passover to the LORD? (verse 48)

A. All his males be circumcised

B. All his males be purified

C. All his males be sanctified

 

89. The stranger shall be as one __________. (verse 48)

A. That is born in the covenant

B. That is born in the land

C. That is born of the seed of Abraham

 

90. How many laws are there for the homeborn, and unto the stranger that sojourneth among you? (verse 49)

A. Two laws

B. Many laws

C. One law

 


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