Sample Questions (B10-L4)

Below you can find some sample questions for the Lesson 4 on Mosess! It is provided in various formats.  (Questions provided by St. Peter’s Philadelphia.)

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  1. Where did Moses receive the Ten Commandments?
    1. Mount Nebo
    2. Mount Sinai
    3. Pisgah Peak
  2. Who led the people after Moses?
    1. David
    2. Joshua
    3. Solomon
    4. Saul
  3. Where was Moses when he breathed his last breath?
    1. Mount Nebo
    2. Mount Sinai
    3. Pisgah Peak
  4. Why did New Testament writers compare Moses?
    1. To persuade the people about God
    2. To explain the Israelites’ journey
    3. To explain the battle
    4. To explain Jesus’ mission
  5. True or False: Moses along with Elijah, is presented as meeting with Jesus in all three Gospel accounts of the Transfiguration of Jesus.
    1. True
    2. False
  6. What did Jesus refer to the scribes and the Pharisees of the Temple?
    1. The dove
    2. Seated in the chair of Moses
    3. The Israelites
    4. Deliverance
  7. How many days did Moses lead the Israelites through the Shur Desert?
    1. 5 days
    2. 6 days
    3. 4 days
    4. 3 days
  8. Where did Moses and the Israelites find water?
    1. Marah
    2. Mount Nebo
    3. Pisgah Peak
    4. Mount Sinai
  9. How many years were the Exodus?
    1. 200 years
    2. 100 years
    3. 40 years
    4. 60 years
  10. What food did God provide to the Israelites?
    1. Bread and fish
    2. Rice
    3. Manna and bread
    4. Fish
  11. How many years was Moses alive?
    1. 120 years
    2. 300 years
    3. 200 years
    4. 350 years
  12. What did Moses’ life begin with?
    1. Love
    2. Blessings
    3. The faith of his parents
  13. Everything Moses did after he was old enough to understand the plight of his people was with what.
    1. Love
    2. Hope
    3. Blessings
    4. Faith
  14. True or False: Despite the hardened heart of the Pharaoh, Moses continued to make his way into Pharaoh’s presence and ask for the Israelites’ release.
    1. True
    2. False
  15. In all the accounts of Moses’ books, what is one thing that echoed throughout the book?
    1. His faith
    2. Happiness
    3. The people complained about things constantly
  16. Throughout Moses’ journey leading the people of Israel, what did he constantly have to deal with?
    1. Invaders
    2. The Israelites rebelling against him and God
    3. No food
  17. How did Moses deal with difficult situations?
    1. Pleaded to God on behalf of the people
    2. Gave up
    3. Ran away
  18. True or False: As a leader, Moses was impatient with the Israelites.
    1. True
    2. False
  19. True or False: Moses was always obedient to God’s command.
    1. True
    2. False
  20. Where was Moses the first forty years?
    1. Midian
    2. Israel
    3. Egypt
    4. Jerusalem
  21. Where was Moses the 2nd forty years?
    1. Midian
    2. Israel
    3. Egypt
    4. Jerusalem
  22. Where was Moses the final forty years?
    1. Leading the children of Israel through the wilderness
    2. Midian
    3. Egypt
    4. Jerusalem
  23. What are the qualities God gave to Moses to face the hardships?
    1. Faith in God
    2. Patience and Persistence
    3. Obedience
    4. All of the above
  24. Where was Jesus seen talking with the Prophets Elijah and Moses?
    1. Mount Sinai
    2. Mount Nebo
    3. Mount Tabor
    4. Pisgah Peak
  25. What does Moses and Elijah represent?
    1. Moses represents the love while Elijah represents hope.
    2. Moses represents the prophets while Elijah represents the law.
    3. Moses represents the law while Elijah represents the prophets.
  26. What did faith give?
    1. Gives people the weapon necessary to overcome even the toughest situations
    2. Gives the strength to persevere and pursue
    3. Both A and B
    4. None of the above

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