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Q1
The condemnation of King Ahab by Elijah was not because of his
A
marriage to Jezebel
B
worship of Baal
C
ascension to the father\'s throne
D
erection of an altar for Baal
E
Q2
When Elijah pronounced heavy punishment against Ahab and his family, Ahab reacted by
A
Chasing Elijah to brook Cherith
B
declaring that all land be held for the king
C
threatening the life of Elijah
D
calling Elijah an enemy of Isreal
E
Q3
Naboth would not give the vineyard to Ahab because it was
A
under cultivation.
B
inherited from his father.
C
better than Ahab's offer.
D
undervalued by the king.
E
Q4
The snatching of Naboth's vineyard by Ahab and Jezebel amounted to
A
murder and covetousness.
B
cheating and falsehood.
C
hatred and stealing.
D
greed and insincerity.
E
Q5
As a result of his greed and corruption, Gehazi was punished with
A
leprosy.
B
epilepsy.
C
blindness.
D
deafness.
E
Q6
``Is it you, you troubler of Israel?" These words were said by king
A
Saul to prophet Samuel.
B
Ahab to prophet Elijah.
C
Agag to prophet Isaiah.
D
David to prophet Nathan.
E
Q7
Although Elisha rejected Naaman's gift, Gehazi saw the occasion as an opportunity to
A
benefit from Naaman's sense of indebtedness.
B
damn Elisha for choosing a life of poverty.
C
exhibit his wisdom and greed.
D
conceal his movement from his master.
E
Q8
Elijah accused Ahab of troubling Israel because he had
A
married from a foreign land.
B
caused a drought upon Israel.
C
been unfaithful to the lord.
D
made him flee from the land.
E
Q9
Ahab who reigned over Israel in Samaria married
A
Jezebel.
B
Athaliah.
C
Hannah.
D
Bathsheba.
E
Q10
Ahab's request for Naboth's vineyard exposed his
A
fairness and justice
B
consideration for others' rights.
C
cleverness and treachery.
D
appreciation of beauty.
E
envy and disregard for the law.
Q11
The story of Gehazi illustrates the consequence of
A
sincerity.
B
lying.
C
love of money.
D
greed.
E
over-ambition.
Q12
Gehazi request for Naaman's talent of silver and festal garments exposed his
A
evil plan to discredit his master.
B
sense of objectivity and fair play.
C
greed and lust for material wealth.
D
consideration for other people's right
E
contempt and envy for his master's position.
Q13
Ahab's request for Naboth's vineyard exposed his
A
Fairness and Justice.
B
Consideration for other's rights.
C
cleverness and Treachery.
D
Appreciation of beauty.
E
Envy and Disregard for the law.