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Samson & Delilah

Where did Delilah live?


Valley of Ben Hinnom
Valley of Eschol
Valley of Siddim
Valley of Sorek

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How many times did Samson lie about his source of strength to Delilah?

1
2
4
3

Samson loved Delilah so much that she persuaded him to tell her what?

How to defeat the Israelites
How many Philistines he had killed
The secret of his strength
Where the Ark of God was

How many silver pieces would each Philistine lord give to Delilah if she betrayed Samson?

650
30
500
1100

Who persuaded Delilah to betray Samson?

Leaders of Assyria
Mother and father
Lords of the Philistines
Benjamites

In what town did Martha and Mary live?

Bethlehem
Bethel
Bethany
Bethsaida

Why did Jacob flee to live with Laban?

He had sinned against God
Esau wanted to kill him
Abimelech wanted his wife
He had stolen from his father

How many years did Jacob live for?

147
199
153
130

Where did Job live?

Oz
Ur
Uz
Buz

For how many more years did Job live once his fortune was restored?

93
140
120
40

Where did Simon the leper live?

Nazareth
Galilee
Bethany
Jerusalem

 

 

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