Every week we will post 5 BIBLE QUESTIONS on the home page of the PEVA website and provide answers on another page. You may appreciate the mini-brush-up, be inspired to seek greater detail from your Bible, and/or congratulate yourself on being a Biblical scholar extraordinaire!
- In reviewing a recent book, the reviewer comments, "At a certain point of hunger, we are all like Esau." What did Esau do?
- The Bible contains an exciting story about a young wife who, knowing her husband to be in grave danger, saved him by getting him out of the house through a window and fixing up an image in the bed to deceive his pursuers. Who were the principals in the story?
- The last chapter of II Samuel tells of how David, having sinned, was offered the choice of three punishments: seven years of famine, three months of defeat at the hands of his enimies, three days of pestilence. Which did he choose?
- When Jesus, in the synagogue of his home town, read out what he declared was his commission, from what Old Testament writer did he read?
- What farmer boy set off in search of some strayed animals and came home with the promise of a kingdom?
BONUS BOOK OF ORDER QUESTION:
* The pastor is responsible for the selection of scripture and preparation of the sermon for each service. Is that all?
Answers can be found on the HUNGER PEACEMAKING PDA page!