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Bible Study– Grade 4 :
1. Numbers is the —- book of the Bible.
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2. What does ‘census’ mean?
(a) A count of people.
(b) A book of numbers.
(c) An explanation of numbers.
(d) A textbook working with numbers.
3. Who wrote the Book of Numbers?
4. Most of the book is about the wanderings in the desert.
What other name could replace the title Numbers?
(b) In the Wilderness.
(c) The Priest.
5. Why is Canaan often called the ‘Promised Land’?
(a) It held so many promises for the Israelites.
(b) It promised to be a land where you get rich.
(c) God had promised this land to the Israelites.
(d) It was not a certainty but only a promise.
6. What is a tabernacle?
7. What law does Numbers focus on?
(a) The King’s Laws.
(b) Canaan’s Laws.
(c) God’s Laws.
(d) Moses’ Laws.
8. What does the Feast of The Passover celebrate?
1. The key word is ‘Faith’.
Which one of these statements is false?
(a) Faith is trusting God.
(b) Faith is given to important people only.
(c) Faith produces acts of goodness.
(d) Faith is pleasing God.
2. Which of these statements is true?
(a) Moses’ life can be described as a journey of faith.
(b) Moses was perfect so God chose him.
(c) Moses’ parents did not trust God.
(d) Moses did not listen to God.
3. Which of these statements is false?
(a) Moses had everything a person could wish for.
(b) Moses was rescued from the Nile by the pharaoh’s daughter.
(c) Moses was brought up as an Egyptian.
(d) Moses lived and thought like an Egyptian.
Match up these words (a) – (d) to the statements in numbers 4 – 7.
(a) Mission (b) Faith (c) Fulfillment of a promise (d) Redemption
4. Moses was a man of loyalty and commitment to God.
5. This was the goal he set himself to honour God’s wish.
6. This is what happened when he freed the people from slavery.
7. His love and devotion to God let him honour his oath to God.
8. Why did Moses leave his life of luxury?
(a) He was tired of being rich.
(b) He was proving his faith to God.
(c) He wanted a career change.
(d) He was proving that he was not the pharaoh’s daughter.
9. Jochebed taught Moses the way of God. Who was she really?
(a) His nurse. (b) The pharaoh’s daughter.
(c) His nanny. (d) His mother.
10. ‘Our lives are like the calm sea which can quickly change to a raging storm of mighty waves.’ What is this sentence trying to tell us?
(a) Our lives can change quickly.
(b) The weather is unpredictable.
(c) Calm seas change to storms.
(d) Our lives are like the calm sea.
1. The road signs were a way of &&
(a) learning how to spell words from the Bible.
(b) focusing on important aspects of the Book of Acts.
(c) showing direction in the Bible.
(d) explaining and expressing the symbolic journey through the Acts.
2. Which one of these statements would be the moral message of this book?
(a) To enlighten us on the beginnings of the first church.
(b) God can do amazing things through ordinary people.
(c) We can live powerful lives if we believe and live like the Bible tells us to.
(d) We can learn so much from the gospel of Jesus Christ.
3. Who wrote this book (Acts)?
4. Which one of these headings is the best for this passage?
(a) John Baptized with Water
(b) Jesus Taken Up Into Heaven
(c) The Fellowship of the Believers
(d) The Holy Spirit
5. What was Luke’s profession?
(d) Shop keeper
God expects and deserves honesty :
Match up the Bible quotes in (a) – (d) to the statements at questions 1 – 4.
(a) Proverbs 20:23: The Lord detests differing weights, and dishonest scales do not please Him.
(b) I Thessalonians 2:3: So you can see that we were not preaching with any false motives or evil purposes in mind; we were perfectly straightforward and sincere.
(c) Proverbs 25:18: Telling lies about someone is as harmful as hitting him with an axe, or wounding him with a sword, or shooting him with a sharp arrow.”
(d) Exodus 20:15-16: You shall not steal. You shall not give false testimony against your neighbour.
1. Be honest and open.
2. Lies cause more damage than people realise.
3. The Lord doesn’t approve of dishonesty in business dealings.
4. Honesty is involved in two of the commandments.
Match up the explanations in (a) – (d) to the Bible quotes at questions 5 – 8.
(a) The children of honest parents are blessed.
(b) Tell the truth.
(c) Leaders value those who speak the truth.
(d) Riches gained dishonestly don’t last.
5. Proverbs 16:13: The king rejoices when his people are truthful and fair.
6. Proverbs 21:6: A fortune made by a lying tongue is a fleeting vapour and a deadly snare.
7. Proverbs 20:7: It is a wonderful heritage to have an honest father.
8. Proverbs 12:13-14: Lies will get any man into trouble, but honesty is its own defence.