Wednesday, August 31, 2011


Fill in the blanks: Psalm 19 states, "The heavens declare the ------of God; And the firmament shows His ------." Glory----handiwork (Ps 19 : 1 )

As Paul declares in Romans 1 : 20 , all men are able to know there is a God through His creation. All are without excuse. His creation is "shouting" at man.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Fill in the blanks: Peter quotes Psalm 16: 10 in reference to Jesus in Acts 2 : 31, 32 saying, "For You will not leave my ------in Sheol, Nor will You allow Your------ ------to see corruption."

"Soul----Holy One (Ps 16 ; 10 )

This psalm was one of the basic texts used by Peter to prove that Jesus was the Messiah when he preached on the Day of Pentecost.

Friday, August 26, 2011


Fill in the blanks: Psalm 2 is a messianic psalm. The last part of verse 7 is quoted more then once in the New Testament. It says: "You are My------, Today I have -------You.""Son----begotten" (Ps. 2: 7; cf.

Matt. 3: 17; Luke 3: 22 )

Paul quoted this in Acts 13 : 33, and in Hebrews 1 : 5 and 5 : 5 the author referred to this verse.

Thursday, August 25, 2011


Fill in the blank: After Job successfully endured his trials and came to understand God more fully, the book of Job concludes by saying, " Now the Lord------the latter days of Job more then his beginning."

"Blessed" (Job 42 : 12 )

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


Sentence completion: After God confronted Job for speaking rashly, Job was humbled and said, "I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, But now my eye sees You. Therefore I abhor myself, And----"

" Repent in dust and ashes" (Job 42 : 5, 6 )

Job's friends had wanted him to repent of some prior sin of commission, but God wanted him to repent of a present attitudinal sin. Argument did not accomplish what a glimpse of God did.

Monday, August 22, 2011


Fill in the blanks: After God appeared to Job, Job regretted having spoken against God. He confessed, "I have uttered what I did not -------, Things too ------for me, which I did not know".

'understand----wonderful" (Job 43 : 3 )

This confession was the basis for Job's new insights about God and his final victory over Satan's attacks.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Poetry -- Memory

Fill in the blank: God showed Job his inadequacy to argue with Him by asking Job if he could control the monsters of creation. God asked, "Can you draw out ------with a hook?"Leviathan" (Job 41 : 1 )

Leviathan was a large, unknown creature. He is often thought to have been the crocodile, treated poetically with exaggeration for effect in Job.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Poetry--- Memory

Fill in the blanks: Job had challenged Gods justice for letting him suffer. The Lord met the challenge by questioning Job's knowledge and experience about the world:

"Who laid its cornerstone, When the morning-------sang together, And all the -----of-----shouted for joy?"

Stars----sons-----God" (Job38 : 6,7).

Monday, August 15, 2011


1. Sentence completion: Eliphaz said this proverb to Job, "Yet man is born to trouble, As-----"

2. Fill in the blanks: Job mourned, " Man who is born of ------Is of few -----and full of -----.

3. One of the big questions in Job's mine was this, "If a man-----, shall he -----again?"

1. "The sparks fly upward" (Job 5 : 7 )

2. "Woman---days---trouble" ( Job 14 : 1 )

3. "Dies----live" (Job 14 : 14 )

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Job and Wife

Poetry: Memory

1. Sentence completion: "So Satan answered the Lord and said, "Does Job------"

Fear God for nothing?" (Job. 1 : 9)

Satan was convinced that Job served God for what he received in return and not for love of God as God.

2. Job said, "Naked I came from my mother's womb, And naked shall I return there-------."

"The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away; Blessed be the name of the Lord"

(Job.1 : 21 ).

3. Job's wife said to him, "Do you still hold to your integrity?-------"

" Curse God and die!" (Job 5 : 7 ).

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Book ---Job---Key Word---Sovereignty


God revealed Himself in His majesty and power to Job. It became clear that the real issue was not Job's suffering (caused by Job's sin) but God's sovereignty.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Multiple Choice: In what chapter of 2 Samuel will you find God's covenant with David to establish his kingdom forever?

(a) Third; (b) seventh; or (c) tenth

2. Question: Of whom was God speaking when He said to David, " He shall build a house for My name"?

3 .Question: God's covenant with David concerning an eternal kingdom was reiterated to one of his descendants. Who also received this promise?1. (b) Seventh (2 Sam. 7 :4-17 )

2. Solomon (2 Sam. 7 : 13; 1 Kin. 5 :2-5)

3. Solomon 1 Kin. 9: 2,4,5 )


As for God, his way is perfect; the word of the Lord is flawless. He is a shield for all who take refuge in him. (2. Sam.22 : 31 )

Monday, August 8, 2011

Law and Promise

1. True or False The Angel of the Lord told Samson's mother before he was born that he would be a Nazirite from the age of two until he died.

False From the womb until he died. (Judg. 13 : 6,7 )

2. Fill in the blank: The Israelites vowed at Mizpah that none of them would give his daughter to a man of the tribe of -------for a wife.

Benjamin (Judg 21: 1 )

3. Multiple Choice: What did Jotham pronounce on the evil men of Shechem?

(a) plague; (b) a death sentence; or (c) curse

(c) a curse (Judg. ) 9 : 57

Shechem had defected from the Lord to follow Abimelech, Gideon's son, as king.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Fill in the blanks: The cycle of sin, enemy rule, and deliverance which the Israelites experienced fulfilled the words of Joshua when he said concerning the Canaanites, "They shall be-------and -------to you, and---------on your sides and---------in your eyes".

2. Multiple Choice: Gideon asked God for what sign to show that He would save Israel?

(a) Fire consuming an offering; (b) a wet, then dry, fleece of wool; or (c) a rod turning into a serpent.
1. "Snares---traps---scourges---thorns" (Josh. 23 : 13 ).

2. (b) A wet, then dry, fleece of wool (Judg. 6 : 37,39 ).

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. True or False None of the children of Israel who were born during the forty year sojourn in the wilderness were circumcised.

2. Multiple Choice: Which of the following was not a family of the Levites who received cities in the land of Canaan? (a) Ashdodites; (b) Kohathites;or (c) Gershonites.

3. Fill in the blank Because the Israelites broke the covenant and did not obey, God said , "I also will no longer drive out before them any of the nations which Joshua left when he died, so that through them I may------- Israel, whether they will keep the ways of the Lord---or not." 1. True (Josh. 5 :5 )

2. (a) Ashdodites (Josh. 21: 10. 27, 34 ).

Ashdodites were the inhabitants of one of the five major cities of Philistines (13: 3 )

3. Test (Judg. 2 : 21, 222 ).

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. True or False All the good things the Lord promised the children of Israel came to pass when they settled in Canaan.

True "Not a word failed of any good thing which the Lord had spoken to the house of Israel. All came to pass" (Josh. 21 : 45 )

2 Fill in the blank: When the children of Israel camped at Gilgal after crossing the Jordan, they celebrated the -------. Feast on the fourteenth day of the month at twilight.

Passover (Josh. 5 : 10 )