Weekly Challenge Questions

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Questions for July 24 to July 30

When Paul defended himself before King Agrippa, what was Agrippa’s response to Paul’s defense?
Who is believed to be the author of Psalm 51?
What happens when we judge others?

Questions for July 3 to July 9

When the Lord began to speak to Job, from where did he speak?
What were the first two questions that God asked Job?
What did God tell Eliphaz and his two friends?
What town was Lydia from, and in what did she deal?

Questions for June 26 to July 2

What did the Lord do to Philip when Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch came out of the water?
Who was Judas’s house guest on Straight Street?

Questions for July 24 to July 30

According to the teacher or preacher what is meaningless or vanity?
Tell me what each of these things are like: eyes, hair, teeth, lips, cheeks, and neck.
According to Isaiah, “Surely God is my ________; I will ________, and not be ________, for the Lord God is my ________ and my might; he has become my ________.”

Questions for July 17 to July 23

Finish this proverb: It is better to live in a corner of the housetop than ________.
If there is a time for everything, list everything on the list.

Questions for July 10 to July 16

What should everything that breathes be doing?
What are the six things that the Lord hates and a seventh that is an abomination to him?
Finish this proverb: There is a way that seems right to a person, ________.

Questions for June 26 to July 2

What is Psalm 79 about?
What is Psalm 84 about? How does the Psalmist feel about the courts of the Lord?
How are we supposed to worship the Lord? What are we supposed to be doing when we come into his presence?

Questions for July 31 to August 6

Identify and complete this verse, “For I am about to create ____ _______ and a new earth; the former things shall not be remembered or come to mind.” (NRSV)
How old was Josiah when he became king? How long did he reign? In the eighteenth year of his reign what did he set out to repair? What did Hilkiah find?
When God called Jeremiah, what excuse did he use to disqualify himself?

Questions for July 24 to July 30

When Hezekiah became sick, Isaiah went to see him. What did Isaiah tell Hezekiah?
In what chapter in Isaiah do we read these words:
“He was despised and rejected by others.”
“But he was wonded for our transgressions.”
“All we like sheep have gone astray.”

Questions for July 17 to July 23

What were the names of Hosea and Gomer’s first three children and their gender?
The Lord is our judge, the Lord is our ruler, the Lord is our king; he will ________ us.

Questions for July 10 to July 16

According to Isaiah, “Surely God is my ________; I will ________, and not be ________, for the Lord God is my ________ and my might; he has become my ________.
Who was among the shepherds from Tekoa?
What is the link between Jesus and the prophet Micah?

Questions for July 3 to July 9

Just prior to Elisha’s death, he had a visit from King Joash. What did King Joash call Elisha?
How old was Uzziah when he became king? How long did he reign? When Uzziah became strong, what did he do?