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Q1
When Isaiah saw the Lord in His holiness and glory, he exclaimed
A
"Blessed is me! for I am truly holy"
B
" Woe is me! for I am lost"
C
"Blessed be the name of the Lord"
D
" I am finished, for I have seen a holy God "
E
Q2
At Ezekiel's call he beheld
A
the love of God
B
God's glory
C
power of God
D
God's mercy
E
Q3
God sent Ezekiel to his people to serve as His
A
servant
B
visionary
C
mouth piece
D
advocate
E
Q4
The prophet that was referred to as 'son of man' was
A
Ezekiel
B
Jeremiah
C
Hosea
D
Amos
E
Q5
The scroll which Ezekiel ate was
A
honey comb.
B
message of God.
C
God's covenant.
D
God's commandment.
E
Q6
Blessed are the peace makers for
A
their is the kingdom of God.
B
they shall be called the sons of God.
C
they shall inherit the earth.
D
they shall be comforted.
E
Q7
Isaiah called upon the people of Israel to come to the lord with
A
holiness and social justice.
B
prayers and daily obligations.
C
burnt offerings and sacrifice.
D
hands spread in willing obeisance.
E
Q8
The burning coal taken from the alter with which Issiah's lips were touched symbolizes the
A
Holiness of God.
B
Cleansing of Isaiah's sins.
C
strengthening of Isaiah's weakness.
D
driving away of fear.
E
Q9
The eating of scroll by prophet Ezekiel was an indication that
A
the prophet liked eating scroll.
B
he must digest what is inside the scroll before communicating it to orders.
C
the content of the scroll should be hidden from the people.
D
every prophet should eat scroll for physical nourishment.
E
Q10
God told Ezekiel at his commissioning that``..... briers and thorns are with you and you sit upon scorpions..."b This implies that
A
the land of exile should bring fourth briers and throns.
B
Ezekiel would sit comfortably on scorpion.
C
briers, throns and scorpions would torment him.
D
his situation would be uncomfortably as he prophesied to unwilling people.
E
Q11
when Ezekiel beheld the glory of God, his immediate reaction was to
A
admire it standing on feet.
B
eat the scroll offered to him.
C
fall upon his face in awe.
D
wish to always behold God's glory.
E
Q12
Isaiah called upon the people of Israel to come to the lord with
A
Holiness and Social Justice.
B
prayers and daily obligation.
C
burnt offerings and sacrifice.
D
hand spread in willing obeisance.
E
Q13
The eating of the scroll before prophet Ezekiel was an indication that
A
the prophet liked eating scrolls.
B
he must digest what is inside the scroll before communicating it to others.
C
the content of the scroll should be hidden from the people.
D
every prophet should eat scroll for physical nourishment.
E
Q14
At Ezekiel's call, he was sent to speak to the people of Israel who were described as
A
humble and amiable.
B
faithful and obedient.
C
receptive of true prophecy.
D
impudent and stubborn.
E
sweet as honey.
Q15
The significance of the angel of god touching Isaiah's mouth with burning coal was to
A
differentiate him form his people.
B
cleanse his unholiness.
C
punish him for daring to look at the lord of hosts.
D
re-awaken his consciousness of God.
E
make him accept his mission.
Q16
'If thou wilt forgive their sin- and if not,blot me,I pray thee,out of thy book which thou hast written.' The book referred to here is the book of
A
Genesis.
B
Life.
C
Yaweh.
D
Moses.
E
Deuteronomy.
Q17
Isaiah referred to the leaders of Israel as rulers of Sodom because
A
Sodom was one of the chief cities of Israel.
B
Sodom was another name Samaria.
C
The leaders of Israel were chosen mainly from the city of Sodom.
D
The leaders were, like sodom,destined for exile.
E
The leaders of Israel were leading a people as corrupt as Sodom.
Q18
At the call of Ezekiel, he was shown a scroll on which were written words of
A
Wisdom and Understanding.
B
Lamentation,Mourning and Woe.
C
Right judgement and Faithfulness.
D
Bitterness of the spirit.
E
Peace of his chosen people.
Q19
Which of the following was Ezekiel ordered to eat at his call
A
A cake of honey.
B
The words of God.
C
A written scroll.
D
A basket of figs.
E
The bitterness of his heart.
Q20
Complete this statement of Ezekiel's teaching on individual responsibility."The fathers have eaten sour grapes....."
A
And their friends have joined them.
B
Because the prophets gave.
C
Because the labourers planted them.
D
And the childrens teeth are set on egde.
E
And the Lord was angry.
Q21
Which of following truly represents Ezekiel's teaching on God's attitude to the wicked?The wicked
A
Should be stoned to death.
B
Will not be punished for his transgression.
C
Should change his ways and live.
D
Should perish.
E
Should be punished.
Q22
The holiness of God was mostly emphasized by
A
Amos.
B
Hosea.
C
Jeremiah.
D
Isaiah.
E
Ezekiel.