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Bible Quiz: Abram

This Bible quiz tests your knowledge on the ancient prophet Abram. How well do you know his history?

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1.) Abram was a descendant of which of Noah's three sons?
Shem
Ham
Japheth
Peleg
Genesis 11:10-26
2.) Who did Abram marry?
Esther
Sarai
Milcah
Rebekah
Genesis 11:29
3.) What health condition did Abram's wife have?
Infertility
Lameness
Blindness
Palsy
Genesis 11:30
4.) The Lord commanded Abram to:
Lead a militia to destroy the Tower of Babel
Leave his home country for a different land
Preach the gospel to the Canaanites
Prepare his family for a 10-year famine
Genesis 12:1-3
5.) The Lord promises that if Abram would obey His commandment (Question 4), Abram would:
Become the leader of a great nation
Live for hundreds of years
Become the greatest prophet of all time
Be taken up to heaven to live with God
Genesis 12:1-3
6.) Abram and his family went to Egypt to escape:
The Canaanite politicians
Robbers
The Babylonian army
Famine
Genesis 12:10
7.) Why did Abram think that he would be killed in Egypt?
The Egyptians would be afraid that he would gain too much power
The Egyptian men would want his wife
The Egyptians would hate him for preaching about the true God
The Egyptians would want to steal his riches
Genesis 12:11-13
8.) In order to avoid being killed by the Egyptians, what did Abram tell his wife to do?
Pretend she was his sister
Bury his gold
Hide him under the cot in their tent
Tell the Egyptians that he was insane
Genesis 12:11-13
9.) Why did the Lord plague the Pharaoh's house?
Because Pharaoh stole Abram's property
Because Pharaoh wouldn't listen to Abram's warnings
Because Pharaoh took Abram's wife in as his own wife
Because Pharaoh tried to have Abram killed
Genesis 12:15,17
10.) Throughout his travels in the wilderness, what did Abram do to show his respect for the Lord?
Wrote psalms to praise Him
Built altars and made sacrifices
Covered his head with a special cap
Carved statues of Him
Genesis 12:7-8
11.) Who was Lot?
Abram's nephew
Abram's brother
Abram's brother-in-law
Abram's son
Genesis 11:27
12.) Why did Abram and Lot part?
They hated each other
There was not enough room for both of their families to live together
Lot killed one of Abram's herdsmen
Lot's family slowed Abram's family down too much
Genesis 13:5-6
13.) What did the Lord promise Abram after he and Lot parted?
Abram would never die if he remained faithful
Abram's offerings would always be accepted by the Lord
Abram's family would always be protected from Lot's family
Abram's seed would be as numerous as the dust of the earth
Genesis 13:16
14.) When Abram heard that Lot was captured in the battle of the kinds:
He praised the Lord
He rent his clothes and mourned
He traveled to Lot's camp and plundered it
He rescued Lot and his family
Genesis 14:14-16
15.) Which king blessed Abram?
Kind David
The king of Sodom
King Melchizedek
The kind of Elam
Genesis 14:18-20
16.) When the king of Sodom offered Abram the spoils of the war:
He took a third of it
He took half of it
He took all of it
He wouldn't take any of it
Genesis 14:21-24
17.) What did Abram ask of the Lord?
Protection
Posterity
Wisdom
Longevity
Genesis 15:1-5
18.) Why did Abram's wife tell him to marry her handmaid, Hagar?
Because Abram convinced her to let him
Because the Lord told her to tell Abram this
Because she no longer loved Abram
Because they could obtain children through Hagar
Genesis 16:2
19.) What was the name of the son of Abram and Hagar?
Icarus
Isaac
Israel
Ishmael
Genesis 16:11
20.) The Lord commanded Abram, "...walk before me, and be thou ___________."
comforted
perfect
clean
humble
Genesis 17:1