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Q1
God spoke through Amos that He would punish Israel for the following sins except that they
A
sold the righteous for silver
B
sold the needy for a pair of shoes
C
trampled the head of the poor into dust
D
pursued their brothers with the swords
E
Q2
Amos declared that God hated solemn feasts, song and sacrifices because the people of Israel were
A
unjust and unrighteous
B
unforgiving and unrepentant
C
despicable and untruthful
D
luxurious and arrogant
E
Q3

The message of Amos was mainly about

A

The love of God.

B

Man's response to God's love.

C

The holiness of God.

D

Social justice.

E
Q4
In prophet Amos' message, the phrase ``you who afflict the righteous'' implies
A
turning the law against the innocent.
B
oppressing the faithful and the diligent
C
turning aside the needy at the gate.
D
persecuting the poor.
E
Q5
Prophet Amos was from a hilly country town called
A
Ramah.
B
Bethel.
C
Shiloh.
D
Tekoa.
E
Q6
``How is that you, a Jews, ask a drink of me, a woman of Samaria?'' This question indicates that
A
The Jews were highly respected by the Samaritans.
B
There was strained relationship between the Jews and the Samaritans.
C
According to Jewish belief, a man should not ask a woman for a drink.
D
Jacob's well was for the Samaritans alone.
E
Q7
Amos' message can aptly be described as
A
justice and righteousness.
B
doom for the spiritual bankrupt.
C
observance of all religious practices.
D
obedience to the law as true religion.
E
Q8
The rich man who ignored the need of Lazarus lacked
A
a sense of proportion.
B
parental care.
C
human sympathy.
D
spiritual contentment.
E
Q9
`Hate evil and love good, and establish justice in the gate.....' These were the words of
A
Amos.
B
Jeremiah.
C
Ezekiel
D
Zechariah.
E
Q10
According to Amos, true religion consists in
A
attending church services.
B
making contribution over church programmes.
C
fasting and making sacrifices to God.
D
purity of heart and righteousness.
E
Q11
The story of Ananias and Saphira was intended to engender in the church the spirit of
A
faithfulness and love.
B
tolerance and humility.
C
honesty and willingness to sacrifice.
D
contentment and leadership.
E
self-reliance and obedience.
Q12
According to Amos, true religion is described as one in which
A
feasts and solemn assemblies play important roles.
B
God is always appeased with sacrifices and tithes.
C
justice and righteousness flows like an endless stream.
D
food and drinks are served as a mark of love.
E
righteousness plays a secondary role.
Q13
Amos described true religion as
A
engaging in sacrifices and burnt offerings.
B
being just and righteous.
C
singing praises to god.
D
engaging in holy feast and assemblies.
E
fasting and praying.
Q14
Amos condemned the people of Israel for all the following sins except their
A
Selling the righteous for silver.
B
Trampling upon the head of the poor.
C
Upholding the way of the afflicted.
D
Laying themselves down beside every alter, upon garments taken in pledge.
E
Drinking in the house of their God,the of those who have been fined.
Q15
When Amos said,"They sell the righteous for silver and the needy for a pair of shoes".He meant that
A
The economy of Israel was bad.
B
The Israelites were greedy.
C
There was no justice in the land of Israel.
D
The poor were sold in the market.
E
The poor neither money nor shoes in Israel.
Q16
The main theme of Amos' prophesy in Israel was on justice and
A
Mercy.
B
Charity.
C
Love.
D
Forgiveness.
E
Righteousness.