Exodus Bible Bowl Questions Chapter 13

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1. To whom did the Lord speak, saying: “Sanctify unto me all the firstborn…”? (verse 1)

a. Moses

b. Aaron

c. Moses and Aaron

 

2. Which of the firstborn were to be sanctified unto the Lord? (verse 2)

a. Whatsoever of man doth open the the womb

b. Whatsoever of beast which doth open the matrix

c. Whatsoever openeth the womb among the children of Israel, both of man and of beast

 

3. Fill in the blank: Moses told the people to: “Remember this day, _____.” (verse 3)

a. In which ye came out from Egypt from under your afflictions

b. In which ye came out from Egypt, out of the house of bondage

c. In which ye came out to the land of promise, out of the house of bondage

 

4. Complete the sentence: Moses told the people that the LORD brought you out from this place by the strength of His _____? (verse 3)

a. Hand

b. Arm

c. Rod

 

5. What would not be eaten when the people remembered the day they came out of Egypt? (verse 3)

a. Unleavened bread

b. Leavened bread

c. Lamb

 

6. In what month did the people come out of Egypt? (verse 4)

a. Nisan

b. Adar

c. Abib

 

7. Into whose land would the LORD bring the people? (verse 5)

a. Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites

b. Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Hivites, and Jebusites

c. Canaanites, Hittites, Ammonites, Hivites, and Moabites

 

8. Which phrase does NOT apply to what Moses told the people about the land? (verse 5)

a. It is a large land and a good land

b. Which he sware unto thy fathers to give thee

c. A land flowing with milk and honey

 

9. How many days would the people eat unleavened bread? (verse 6)

a. Three

b. Seven

c. Ten

 

10. What would take place in the seventh day of unleavened bread? (verse 6)

a. A sacrifice

b. A feast

c. A solemn observance

 

11. Complete the sentence: “…there shall no leavened bread be seen with thee, _____.” (verse 7)

a. Neither shall there be leaven seen with any man or beast

b. Neither shall there be leaven seen with thee in thy houses or thy kneadingtroughs

c. Neither shall there be leaven seen with thee in all thy quarters.

 

12. Who would be shown the purpose of the unleavened bread “in that day”? (verse 8)

a. Thy son

b. The Egyptians

c. Thy sons and thy daughters

 

13. Fill in the blank: “This is done because of that which the LORD did unto me___.” (verse 8)

a. When I was a stranger in the land of Egypt

b. When the LORD delivered us up out of Egypt

c. When I came forth out of Egypt

 

14. Upon what would the leavened bread be a sign? (verse 9)

a. Thine heart

b. Thine head

c. Thine hand

 

15. Where would the unleavened bread be a memorial? (verse 9)

a. Between thine eyes

b. Between the children of Israel

c. Between Me and thee forever

 

16. What would be kept in his season from year to year? (verse 10)

a. This law

b. This memorial

c. This ordinance

 

17. Unto whom did the LORD sware to bring the people into the land of the Canaanites? (verse 11)

a. Unto thee

b. Unto thee and to thy fathers

c. Unto Abraham and unto Isaac and unto Jacob

 

18. What shall be set apart unto the LORD? (verse 12)

a. All that openeth the womb and every firstborn male

b. All that openeth the matrix, and every firstling that cometh of a beast which thou hast

c. Every male that openeth the womb whether man or beast

 

19. What should be redeemed with a lamb? (verse 13)

a. Every firstborn of an ass

b. Every firstling of the camels

c. Every firstling of an ass

 

20. What should be done to an ass which one would NOT redeem? (verse 13)

a. Thou shalt break his neck

b. Thou shalt sell him to the stranger within thy gates

c. Thou shalt kill him outside the camp

 

21. Besides the ass, what else would be redeemed? (verse 13)

a. Firstborn of women among thy children

b. Firstborn of every cloven-footed beast

c. Firstborn of man among thy children

 

22. What question would be asked by thy son to which the answer would be, “By strength of hand the LORD brought us out from Egypt, from the house of bondage.” (verse 14)

a. What is this memorial which thou keepest?

b. What is this?

c. Are you all insane?

 

23. When it came to pass, how did Pharaoh let them go? (verse 15)

a. Pharaoh hardly let us go.

b. Pharaoh barely let us go.

c. Pharaoh let us go with a mighty hand.

 

24. Who slew all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both the firstborn of man, and the firstborn of beast? (verse 15)

a. The angel of the LORD

b. The angel of death

c. The LORD

 

25. What is sacrificed to the LORD since he slew all the firstborn in the land of Egypt? (verse 15)

a. All that openeth the matrix, being males

b. All the firstborn males that openeth the matrix

c. All the firstlings that open the womb, being males

 

26. Fill in the blanks: The sacrifice/redemption of the males is a (what) upon thine hand and for (what) between thine eyes. (verse 16)

a. Sign; jewels

b. Token; frontlets

c. Sign; a witness

 

27. With what did the LORD bring us [the people] out of Egypt? (verse 16)

a. An outstretched arm

b. By strength of hand

c. By a mighty hand

 

28. Through which way did God intentionally not lead the people? (verse 17)

a. Not through the way of the land of Midian

b. Not through the way of the land of Goshen

c. Not through the way of the land of the Philistines

 

29. Why did God not lead the people out through the way of the land of the Philistines? (verse 17)

a. Lest peradventure the people repent when they see war, and they return to Egypt.

b. Lest peradventure the people see the worship of the Philistines, and they worship other gods.

c. Because that way is under construction

 

30. How did God lead people out of Egypt? (verse 18)

a. Around the backside of the desert

b. Through the land of Midian

c. Through the way of the wilderness of the Red Sea

 

31. How did the children of Israel go up out of the land of Egypt? (verse 18)

a. Rejoicing

b. By their armies

c. Harnessed

 

32. Whose bones did Moses take with them? (verse 19)

a. Jacob’s

b. Joseph’s

c. Zipporah’s

 

33. Why did Moses take the bones of Joseph with them? (verse 19)

a. Because he had straitly sworn the children of Israel

b. Because the bones were an abomination to the people of Egypt

c. Because God had straitly charged them concerning His servant

 

34. What did Joseph say God would do for the children of Israel to allow them to carry his bones away hence them? (verse 19)

a. God will bring you up out of Egypt with an outstretched arm.

b. God will surely visit you.

c. God will bring you into a land flowing with milk and honey.

 

35. From where did the children of Israel take their journey? (verse 20)

a. Goshen

b. Midian

c. Succoth

 

36. Where on the edge of the wilderness did the children of Israel camp? (verse 20)

a. Midian

b. Ramses

c. Etham

 

37. How did the LORD go before the children of Israel by day? (verse 21)

a. A pillar of fire

b. A pillar of cloud

c. A burning bush

 

38. How did the LORD go before the children of Israel by night? (verse 21)

a. A pillar of fire

b. A pillar of cloud

c. A burning bush

 

39. So that they might go by day and night, what did the LORD give the children of Israel for light? (verse 21)

a. A pillar of fire

b. A pillar of cloud

c. A burning bush

 

40. True or False: The LORD sometimes took away the pillar of cloud by day or the pillar of fire by night from before the people. (verse 22)

a. True

b. False

 


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