Welcome To Advanced Level 2
Were you able to pass Advanced level 1? In case you have not noticed the quizzes are becoming more difficult. This is where it gets even more challenging! The questions are tougher with even more multiple choice answers and very few hints. Plus the quiz is timed with a green timer in upper left of your face as you struggle for answers under pressure. You will only have 4 minutes to complete it. You will need at least 70% correct to pass.
This is a timed quiz. You will be given 240 seconds to answer all questions. Are you ready?
For how many years did the Israelites live in Egypt?
Explanation: Exactly 430 years, to the day.
Reference: Reference: Exodus 12:40
In which month did the Israelites depart Egypt?
Explanation: Celebrated by the feast of unleavened bread and Passover.
Reference: Reference: Exodus 34:18
How many years are like one day with the Lord?
Explanation: One day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.
Reference: Reference: 2 Peter 3:8
How old was Joash when he became king?
Explanation: Joash was seven years old when he became king. (Wow! Children were very mature back then.)
Reference: 2 Chronicles 24:1
By crying and praying to the Lord, how long did Hezekiah extend his own life?
Explanation: God extended Hezekiah's life by fifteen years.
Reference: 2 Kings Chapter 20
Why did God afflict Uzziah with leprosy?
Explanation: Uzziah attempted to burn incense in the temple, which was the priests' job, and God afflicted him with leprosy for not listening to them.
Reference: 2 Chronicles 26:19
Who did Joab slay at the gate of Hebron?
Explanation: Abner had previously slain Joab's brother, Asahel, in self-defense.
Reference: Reference: 2 Samuel 3:27
Which fountain did Moses cast a piece of wood into so that the water would not be bitter?
Explanation: When the Israelites get to Marah, the water is bitter but God shows Moses a special kind of tree that has wood that will make the water sweet.
Reference: Exodus Chapter 15
What do Anna, Huldah, Miriam and Deborah all have in common?
Explanation: Miriam was the sister of Aaron and she is called a prophetess in Exodus 15:20. In Judges 4:4 we learn that Deborah was both a prophetess and a judge in Israel. In 2 Kings 22:14, Hilkiah the priest goes to visit Huldah the Prophetess and in Luke 2:36 the prophetess Anna is mentioned.
Reference: Exodus 15:20
Who laments 'How are the mighty fallen, and the weapons of war perished'?
Explanation: David speaks thus upon hearing of the deaths of Saul and Jonathan.
Reference: 2 Samuel 1:27
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