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Genesis Chapter 14
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This is a quiz about Genesis Chapter 14. Read Chapter 14 and the take this quiz. See how much you can remember.
If you’re young, use the bible to help you find the answers.
What was Abram's nephew's name?
Who made war with the Bera king of Sodom & Birsha king Gomorrah, Shinab king of Admah, & Sheeber king of Bela?
Aner king of Siddom,
Arioch king of Ellasar, Chedorlaomer king of Elam, & Tidal king of nations
Lot & Abram
The servants of the kings
Where did kings join together?
Sodom & Gomorrah
The vale of Siddim
Near the dead sea
How many years did the kings serve Chedorlaomer?
What was the vale of Siddim full of?
What did the king of Sodom & Gomorrah take with them when they fled to the mountains?
All the goods of Sodom & Gomorrah, victuals & also Lot Abram's nephew with his goods also.
Lot with his goods
They didn't have time to take anything
What did Abram do when he heard that they held captive Lot his nephew?
He armed his trained servants & pursued them unto Dan.
He sent a message back to warn them to send Lot free or else!
He sent his armed trained servants & stayed behind to pray for them.
He prayed to the Most High & went to get Lot himself.
How many of servants went up with Abram to rescue Lot?
All of them
What did Abram & his servants do to the kings?
They divided themselves against them & held them captive, & grabbed Lot.
They smote them & pursed them unto Hobah.
They waited until it was dawn, & then smote them.
They trapped them & asked peacefully to return his nephew back to him.
Who was Melchizedek king of Salem?
Prophet of the Most High
Priest of the Most High
What did Melchizedek bring?
Plenty of Food
Food & Wine
Bread & Wine
What did Abram take from the king of Sodom?
All the riches he had
300 shekels of silver & a big bag of gold
Nothing, except what his servants could eat.