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Blue Level Questions
When did Samuel start leading Israel? (12:2)
When his sons were bornIn his youthWhen he became an adultWhen he turned 30
When did Samuel start leading Israel? (12:2)
When his sons were bornIn his youthWhen he became an adultWhen he turned 30
Who said, “Whom have I cheated? Whom have I oppressed?” (12:1, 3)
EliDavidSaulSamuel
Who said, “Whom have I cheated? Whom have I oppressed?” (12:1, 3)
EliDavidSaulSamuel
What did the people say to Samuel when he asked if he cheated them, oppressed them, or accepted a bribe? (12:3-4)
“You have not cheated or oppressed us.”“You have taken our food without asking.”“You should not be forgiven for the sins of Eli’s sons.”All of the above
What did the people say to Samuel when he asked if he cheated them, oppressed them, or accepted a bribe? (12:3-4)
“You have not cheated or oppressed us.”“You have taken our food without asking.”“You should not be forgiven for the sins of Eli’s sons.”All of the above
In his farewell speech, what evidence was Samuel going to present to the Israelites? (12:7)
Evidence that his sons were holyEvidence of all the righteous acts the Lord did for the IsraelitesEvidence that the Israelites disobeyed GodAll of the above
In his farewell speech, what evidence was Samuel going to present to the Israelites? (12:7)
Evidence that his sons were holyEvidence of all the righteous acts the Lord did for the IsraelitesEvidence that the Israelites disobeyed GodAll of the above
What did the Israelites say after the Lord sold them into the hands of their enemies? (12:10)
“We have sinned.”“Deliver us from the hands of our enemies.”“We will serve you.”All of the above
What did the Israelites say after the Lord sold them into the hands of their enemies? (12:10)
“We have sinned.”“Deliver us from the hands of our enemies.”“We will serve you.”All of the above
What did the Israelites want when they sawNahashking of the Ammonites moving against them? (12:12)
God to save themSamuel to fight for themA king to rule over themAll of the above
What did the Israelites want when they sawNahashking of the Ammonites moving against them? (12:12)
God to save themSamuel to fight for themA king to rule over themAll of the above
What did Samuel say it would be good for the Israelites to do? (12:14)
Fear the LordServe and obey the LordFollow the LordAll of the above
What did Samuel say it would be good for the Israelites to do? (12:14)
Fear the LordServe and obey the LordFollow the LordAll of the above
Why did Samuel ask the Lord to send thunder and rain? (12:17)
So the crops would have waterTo scare the CanaanitesSo the Israelites would see how evil it was to ask for a kingSo the Philistine camp would be flooded
Why did Samuel ask the Lord to send thunder and rain? (12:17)
So the crops would have waterTo scare the CanaanitesSo the Israelites would see how evil it was to ask for a kingSo the Philistine camp would be flooded
What did the Israelites say to Samuel when the Lord sent thunder and rain? (12:18-19)
“Pray to the Lord so that we won’t die.”“We don’t know what to do.”“We will start to follow the Lord.”“Don’t kill us, Samuel.”
What did the Israelites say to Samuel when the Lord sent thunder and rain? (12:18-19)
“Pray to the Lord so that we won’t die.”“We don’t know what to do.”“We will start to follow the Lord.”“Don’t kill us, Samuel.”
Who said, “Do not turn away from the Lord, but serve the Lord with all your heart”? (12:20)
DavidSamuelSaulEli
Who said, “Do not turn away from the Lord, but serve the Lord with all your heart”? (12:20)
DavidSamuelSaulEli
What did Samuel tell the people he was going to do for them? (12:23)
Teach them the way that was good and rightBecome their kingFollow in their footstepsAppoint Saul as the priest
What did Samuel tell the people he was going to do for them? (12:23)
Teach them the way that was good and rightBecome their kingFollow in their footstepsAppoint Saul as the priest
How long did Saul reign over Israel? (13:1)
30 years42 years23 years49 years
How long did Saul reign over Israel? (13:1)
30 years42 years23 years49 years
What did Saul say when he “had the trumpet blown throughout the land”? (13:3)
“I am the king!”“Let’s fight the Philistines!”“Let the Hebrews hear!”“Follow the Lord!”
What did Saul say when he “had the trumpet blown throughout the land”? (13:3)
“I am the king!”“Let’s fight the Philistines!”“Let the Hebrews hear!”“Follow the Lord!”
What did the Philistines have when they fought the Israelites atGeba? (13:5)
3,000 chariots6,000 charioteers“Soldiers as numerous as the sand on the seashore”All of the above
What did the Philistines have when they fought the Israelites atGeba? (13:5)
3,000 chariots6,000 charioteers“Soldiers as numerous as the sand on the seashore”All of the above
Where did the Israelites hide from the Philistines? (13:6)
In caves and thicketsAmong the rocksIn pits and cisternsAll of the above
Where did the Israelites hide from the Philistines? (13:6)
In caves and thicketsAmong the rocksIn pits and cisternsAll of the above
How long did Saul wait for Samuel before offering the sacrifice? (13:8)
Three weeksSeven daysOne monthTwo days
How long did Saul wait for Samuel before offering the sacrifice? (13:8)
Three weeksSeven daysOne monthTwo days
What isnota reason Saul offered a sacrifice before Samuel arrived? (13:11-12)
The men began to scatter.Samuel told him to go ahead.The Philistines began assembling atMikmash.All of the above
What isnota reason Saul offered a sacrifice before Samuel arrived? (13:11-12)
The men began to scatter.Samuel told him to go ahead.The Philistines began assembling atMikmash.All of the above
What did Samuel say when Saul offered the sacrifice too early?(13:13-14)
“You have done a foolish thing.”“You have not kept the command the Lord your God gave you.”“Your kingdom will not endure.”All of the above
What did Samuel say when Saul offered the sacrifice too early?(13:13-14)
“You have done a foolish thing.”“You have not kept the command the Lord your God gave you.”“Your kingdom will not endure.”All of the above
How did Samuel describe the man the Lord sought out to lead Israel? (13:14)
A man who is tall and handsomeA man who is strongA man after God’s own heartA man who is confident
How did Samuel describe the man the Lord sought out to lead Israel? (13:14)
A man who is tall and handsomeA man who is strongA man after God’s own heartA man who is confident
Why did Saul’s kingdom not endure? (13:14)
He lost too many battles.He had not kept the Lord’s commands.He was old.He was not an Israelite.
Why did Saul’s kingdom not endure? (13:14)
He lost too many battles.He had not kept the Lord’s commands.He was old.He was not an Israelite.

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