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  1. 2 Samuel 1 1
    Spoken of whom, after his death, David was returned from the slaughter of the Amalekites?
    Saul
  2. 2 Samuel 1 1
    How many days did David stay in Ziklag after the slaughter of the Amalekites?
    Two
  3. 2 Samuel 1 1
    In what place did David abide two days, after his return from the slaughter of the Amalekites?
    Ziklag
  4. 2 Samuel 1 1
    Who abode two days in Ziklag after returning from the slaughter of the Amalekites?
    David
  5. 2 Samuel 1 1
    From where had David returned prior to abiding two days in Ziklag?
    Slaughter of the Amalekites
  6. 2 Samuel 1 2
    What was the condition of the man out of the cam from Saul when he came to David?
    His clothes rent; earth upon his head
  7. 2 Samuel 1 2
    On what day did a man come out of the camp from Saul to David?
    The third day
  8. 2 Samuel 1 3
    Who spoke these words and to whom "Out of the camp of Israel am I escaped"?
    The man out of the camp from Saul to David
  9. 2 Samuel 1 4
    What was the man who came out of the camp from Saul's answer to David's question "How went the matter"?
    People are fled from the battle, many people are fallen and dead; Saul and Jonathan his son are dead also
  10. 2 Samuel 1 4
    Who spoke these words and to whom "How went the matter"?
    David to the man out of the camp from Saul
  11. 2 Samuel 1 5
    David asked the young man out of the camp from Saul, how he knew "these" people were dead?
    Saul and his son Jonathan
  12. 2 Samuel 1 6
    Upon what did the young man out of the camp from Saul tell David Saul was leaning?
    His spear
  13. 2 Samuel 1 6
    The young man out of the camp from Saul said he happened upon this place by chance?
    Mount Gilboa
  14. 2 Samuel 1 6
    What followed hard after Saul at Mount Gilboa?
    Chariots and horsemen
  15. 2 Samuel 1 9
    Who spoke these words " Stand, I pray thee, upon me, and slay me"?
    Saul
  16. 2 Samuel 1 9
    Who spoke these words " Anguish is come upon me because my life is yet whole in me"?
    Saul
  17. 2 Samuel 1 7
    When Saul called unto the man out of his camp, what was the man's answer?
    Here am I
  18. 2 Samuel 1 8
    What was the man's answer to Saul's question "Who art thou"?
    I am an Amalekite
  19. 2 Samuel 1 11
    What did David and all the men that were with him do, after hearing what he had done to Saul?
    Took hold on clothes; rent them; mourned; wept; fasted until even
  20. 2 Samuel 1 10
    Because the man out of the camp from Saul was sure that Saul could not live after that he was fallen, what did he do to him (Saul)?
    Stood upon him and slew him
  21. 2 Samuel 1 10
    Name the things that the man out of the camp from Saul took from Saul and from what body parts were they taken?
    Crown that was upon his head; bracelet that was upon his arm
  22. 2 Samuel 1 13
    Complete this verse, which is the young man's answer to David's question, "Whence are thou?" and he answered, ?
    I am the son of a stranger, an Amalekite
  23. 2 Samuel 1 14
    Who spoke these words and about whom were they spoken "How wast thou not afraid to stretch forth thine hand to destroy the Lord's annointed"?
    David about Saul
  24. 2 Samuel 1 15
    Who did David call to go and fall upon the man out of the camp from Saul?
    One of the young men
  25. 2 Samuel 1 16
    FIB: Thy ____ be upon thy ____; for thy ____ ____ against the saying, I have slain the _____ annointed?
    Blood; head mouth testified; Lord's
  26. 2 Samuel 1 17
    FIB: And David ____ with this _____ over ____ and over ______ his son?
    Lamented; lamentation; Saul; Jonathan
  27. 2 Samuel 1 18
    In what book is it written that the children of Judah should be taught the use of the bow?
    The book of Jasher
  28. 2 Samuel 1 18
    What is the lamentation of, concerning the teaching of the children of Judah?
    The use of the bow
  29. 2 Samuel 1 19
    Where does Samuel say that the beauty of Israel is slain?
    Upon the high places
  30. 2 Samuel 1 20
    FIB: Tell it not in ____, publish it not in the streets of _____; lest the daughters of the _____rejoice, lest the daughters of the ____triumph?
    Gath; Askelon; Philistines; uncircumcised
  31. 2 Samuel 1 21
    Be specific: Spoken of about "what" let there be now dew, neither let there be no rain upon you, nor fields of offerings?
    The mountains of Gilboa
  32. 2 Samuel 1 23
    What did David say about the lives of Saul and Jonathan?
    They were lovely and pleasant
  33. 2 Samuel 1 23
    How did David describe Saul and Jonathin in their death?
    Not divided
  34. 2 Samuel 1 24
    According to 2 Samuel, What did Saul put upon the apparel of the daughters of Israel?
    Ornaments of gold
  35. 2 Samuel 1 26
    FIB: How are the _____fallen, and the _____ of ______ _______?
    Mighty; weapons; war perished
  36. 2 Samuel 1 26
    What emotion did David display for his brother Jonathan's death?
    Distressed
  37. 2 Samuel 1 26
    Who spoke these words and about whom "Very pleasant hast thou been unto me"?
    David about Jonathan
  38. 2 Samuel 1 26
    Complete this verse spoken of David about his brother Jonathan, "Thy love to me was wonderful"?
    Passing the love of women
  39. 2 Samuel 1 25
    In his lamentation, where does David say Jonthan was slain?
    Thine high places
  40. 2 Samuel 1 22
    From the blood of the slain, from the fat of the mighty, what did David say about the bow of Jonathan and the sword of Saul?
    Bow of Jonathan turned not back; sword of Saul returned not empty
  41. 2 Samuel 13 1
    Who was the father of Absalom?
    David
  42. 2 Samuel 13 1
    According to 2 Samuel, who was Tamar the sister of?
    Absalom
  43. 2 Samuel 13 1
    Which of David's sons loved Tamar?
    Amnon
  44. 2 Samuel 13 2
    Who was so vexed, that he fell sick for Tamar?
    Amnon
  45. 2 Samuel 13 3
    What was the name of the very subtil man that was Amnon's friend?
    Jonadab
  46. 2 Samuel 14 26
    What was heavy on Absalom that he polled it at every year's end?
    The hair
  47. 2 Samuel 14 26
    How much did the hair of Absalom's head weigh?
    Two hundred shekels
  48. 2 Samuel 14 27
    How many children did Absalom have?
    Three
  49. 2 Samuel 14 27
    What was the name of Absalon's daughter?
    Tamar
  50. 2 Samuel 14 28
    Be specific: How long did Absalom dwell in Jerusalem?
    Two full years
  51. 2 Samuel 13 4
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "I love Tamar, my brother Absalom's sister"?
    Amnon to Jonadab
  52. 2 Samuel 13 17
    Who did Amnon call to put Tamar out from him?
    His servant
  53. 2 Samuel 13 17
    What was Amnon's servant told to do after he put Tamar out?
    Bolt the door
  54. 2 Samuel 13 18
    Why did Tamar have on a garment of divers colors?
    It was the apparel of the King's daughters that were virgins
  55. 2 Samuel 13 18
    Describe the apparel of the king's virgin daughters?
    Garment of divers colors
  56. 2 Samuel 13 19
    What did Tamar do upon being put out of Amnon's house:
    Put ashes on her head; rent her garment of divers colors; laid her hand on her head; went on crying
  57. 2 Samuel 13 30
    Who spoke these words and to whom spoken? "Hath Amnon thy brother been with thee"?
    Absalom to Tamar
  58. 2 Samuel 13 21
    Who was very wroth when he heard all the things that happened when Tamar went to Amnon's house?
    King David
  59. 2 Samuel 13 22
    Why did Absalom hate Amnon?
    Because he had forced his sister Tamar
  60. 2 Samuel 13 23
    Name the place beside Ephraim where Absalom had sheepshearers?
    Baalhazor
  61. 2 Samuel 13 24
    Be specific: To whom did Absalom say "Behold now, thy servant hath sheepshearers; let the king and his servants go with thy servant"?
    The king
  62. 2 Samuel 13 25
    Although pressed by Absalom David did not go to Baalhazor, but did this to Absalom?
    Blessed him
  63. 2 Samuel 13 27
    When pressed by Absalom, who did the king let go with Absalom?
    Amnon and all the king's sons
  64. 2 Samuel 13 29
    What did the servants of Absalom do unto Amnon?
    As Absalom had commanded
  65. 2 Samuel 13 30
    What came to David saying Absalom had slain all the king's sons, and there is not one of them left?
    Tidings
  66. 2 Samuel 13 31
    What did the king do after receiving tidings concerning what Absalom had done?
    Arose, tare his garments and lay on the earth
  67. 2 Samuel 13 32
    Who told David that all his sons were not dead?
    Jonadab
  68. 2 Samuel 13 33
    Who spoke these words? "Now therefore let not my Lord the king take the thing to his heart to think that all the king's sons are dead"?
    Jonadab
  69. 2 Samuel 13 38
    How long was Absalom in Geshur?
    Three years
  70. 2 Samuel 13 37
    Be specific: When Absalom fled after the death of Amon, where did he go?
    To Talmai, son of Ammihad, king of Geshur
  71. 2 Samuel 13 37
    According to 2 Samuel, how long did David mourn for his son?
    Everyday
  72. 2 Samuel 14 1
    Be specific: Who perceived that the kings heart was towards Absalom?
    Joab, the son of Zeruiah
  73. 2 Samuel 14 30
    What did Absalom tell his servants to do to Joab's barley field?
    Set it on fire
  74. 2 Samuel 14 25
    Spoken of whom? "But in all Israel there was none to be so much praised for his beauty?
    Absalom
  75. 2 Samuel 14 25
    Said of Absalom, from the sole of his foot even to the rown of his head, thee was no "what"?
    Blemish
  76. 2 Samuel 14 30
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "See Joab's field is near mine, and he hath barley there"?
    Absalom to his servants
  77. 2 Samuel 14 29
    Who did Absalom send for twice, but "this" person did not come to him?
    Joab
  78. 2 Samuel 14 31
    What did Joab do when Absalom's servants set his barley field on fire?
    Arose and came to Absalom unto his house
  79. 2 Samuel 15 1
    After seeing the king's face, what did Absalom prepare to fun before him?
    Chariots, horses and fifty men
  80. 2 Samuel 14 33
    What did Absalom do when the king called for him?
    Came to the king; bowed himself on his face to the ground before the king
  81. 2 Samuel 13 23
    2 Samuel tell us that Baalhazor is beside "this" place?
    Ephraim
  82. 2 Samuel 14 1
    What of the king did Joab perceive was toward Absalom?
    His heart
  83. 2 Samuel 14 2
    To what place did Joab send to fetch a wise woman?
    Tekoah
  84. 2 Samuel 14 3
    Joab told the wise woman to feign herself to be "what"
    A mourner
  85. 2 Samuel 14 3
    Where did Joab put the words that he told the wise woman to speak unto the king?
    In her mouth
  86. 2 Samuel 14 4
    Who spoke these words? "Help O king"?
    The woman of Tekoah
  87. 2 Samuel 14 5
    What was the woman of Tekoah's answer to the king's question "what aileth thee"?
    I am indeed a widow woman, and mine husband is dead
  88. 2 Samuel 14 6
    What did one of the woman of Tekoah's sons do to the other as they strove together in the field?
    Smote him and slew him
  89. 2 Samuel 14 7
    How many sons did the woman of Tekoah have?
    Two
  90. 2 Samuel 14 7
    The woman of Tekoah told the king that her sons strove together in "this" place?
    Field
  91. 2 Samuel 14 7
    Be specific: Who did the woman of Tekoah say was risen against her?
    The whole family
  92. 2 Samuel 14 7
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "Deliver him that smote his brother that we may kill him, for the life of his brother whom he slew?
    The whole family to thine handmaiden
  93. 2 Samuel 14 8
    Where did the king tell the woman to go after hearing her story?
    To her house
  94. 2 Samuel 14 9
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "The iniquity be on me and on my father's house; and the king and his throne be guiltless"?
    The woman of Tekoah to the king
  95. 2 Samuel 14 10
    FIB: And the king said, whosoever saith ______ unto thee, bring him to me and he shall not touch thee anymore?
    Ought
  96. 2 Samuel 14 11
    Complete this verse? "And he said, as the Lord liveth, there shall not one?
    Hair of thy son fall to the earth
  97. 2 Samuel 14 12
    To whom were these words spoken? "Say on"?
    The woman (of Tekoah)
  98. 2 Samuel 14 14
    To what did the woman of Tekoah compare death?
    As water spilt on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again
  99. 2 Samuel 14 14
    What does the woman of Tekoah say cannot be done to water that has been spilt on the ground?
    It cannot be gathered up again
  100. 2 Samuel 14 13
    In giving her council, the woman states that the king spake as on that is "what"?
    Faulty
  101. 2 Samuel 14 13
    The woman of Tekoah called the king's counsel faulty because he had not done "what"?
    Fetched home again his banished
  102. 2 Samuel 14 23
    Who did Joab bring from Geshur to Jerusalem?
    Absalom
  103. 2 Samuel 14 24
    What of the king was Absalom not to see?
    His face
  104. 2 Samuel 14 21
    Be specific: Who was Joab told by the king to go and bring again?
    The young man Absalom
  105. 2 Samuel 14 22
    What did Joab do upon being told to go and bring the young man Absalom again?
    Fell to the ground on his face; bowed himself and thanked the king
  106. 2 Samuel 14 22
    What did Joab say happened to him because the king had fulfilled his request?
    He had found grace in the king's sight
  107. 2 Samuel 14 22
    What of Joab was fulfilled by the king?
    His request
  108. 2 Samuel 14 22
    FIB: To complete Absalom's conversation with Joab, "now therefore let me see the king's face, and if there be any ____ in me, let him kill me.
    Iniquity
  109. 2 Samuel 14 32
    What place was Absalom speaking of when he stated "It had been good for me to have been there still"
    Geshur
  110. 2 Samuel 14 32
    FIB to complete the verse spoken by Absalom about the king to Joab "if there be any ____ in me, let him kill me.
    Iniquity
  111. 2 Samuel 14 33
    We know that when Absalom came to the king he bowed himself on his face to the ground, but what did the king do to Absalom?
    Kissed him
  112. 2 Samuel 14 17
    FIB to complete the verse which is part of the coversation between the woman of Tekoah and the king : for as an ___ of ____ so is my lord the king to discern between ____ and ____
    Angel; God; good; bad
  113. 2 Samuel 14 18
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "Hide not from me, I pray thee,the thing that I shall ask thee"?
    The king to the woman (of Tekoah)
  114. 2 Samuel 14 15
    What was the woman of Tekoah hoping the king would do with her request?
    That he would perform it
  115. 2 Samuel 14 2
    What type of apparel did Joab bid the woman of Tekoah to adorn herself?
    Mourning
  116. 2 Samuel 14 29
    After the death of Amnon, what did all the king's sons do?
    Arose,gat every man upon his mule and fled
  117. 2 Samuel 13 26
    What was the king's response to Absalom's request for Amnon to go with him to Baalhazor?
    Why should he go with thee
  118. 2 Samuel 13 10
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "bring the meat into the chamber, that I may eat of thine hand?
    Amnon to Tamar
  119. 2 Samuel 13 15
    Be specific: How did Amnon feel about Tamar after he had forced her?
    He hated her exceedingly
  120. 2 Samuel 13 15
    FIB: The ____ wherewith he _____ her was ____ than the _____ wherewith he ____her?
    Hatred, hated, greater, love, loved
  121. 2 Samuel 13 13
    Who spoke these words? "And I, whither shall I cause my shame to go"?
    Tamar
  122. 2 Samuel 13 11
    We know when Tamar brought the cakes to Amnon, he took hold of her, but what did he say unto her?
    Come lie with me, my sister
  123. 2 Samuel 13 11
    What did Amnon do to Tamar when she had brought the cakes unto him to eat?
    He took hold of her
  124. 2 Samuel 13 14
    As a result of Amnon being stronger than Tamar, what did he do to her?
    Forced her and lay with her
  125. 2 Samuel 15 8
    Where is the city / town of Gesur located?
    Syria
  126. 2 Samuel 13 6
    What did Amnon do after Jonadab told him to lay down on the bed and make thyself sick?
    Laid down and made himself sick
  127. 2 Samuel 13 6
    When speaking to the king, how many cakes did Amnon want Tamar to make for him?
    A couple
  128. 2 Samuel 13 9
    When Tamar poured out the cakes before Amnon, what did he do?
    Refused to eat
  129. 2 Samuel 13 16
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "This evil in sending me away is greater than the other that thou didst unto me"?
    Tamar to Amnon
  130. 2 Samuel 13 7
    Who told Tamar to go to Amnon's house and dress him meat?
    David
  131. 2 Samuel 13 8
    How did Tamar find Amnon when she arrived at his house?
    He was laid down
  132. 2 Samuel 13 5
    Who spoke these words and to whom? "Lay thee down on thy bed and make thyself sick?
    Jonadab to Amnon
  133. 2 Samuel 13 12
    FIB: Spoken by Tamar to Amnon, "do not thou this _______"?
    Folly
  134. 2 Samuel 24:1
    What of the Lord's was kindled against Isreal?
    anger
  135. According to 2 Samuel 24:1
    Who was the anger of the Lord kindled against?
    Isreal
  136. 2 Samuel 24:1
    The anger of the Lord was this against Isreal?
    kindled
  137. 2 Samuel 24:1
    10 point bonus
    Again the anger of the Lord was kindled against Isreal and he moved David against them to say go, number these people
    • Isreal
    • Judah
  138. 2 Samuel 24:2
    What was Joab's occupation
    captain of the host
  139. 2 Samuel 24:2
    10 point bonus
    The King (David) said unto Joab the captian of the host to go now throught all the tribes of Isreal from blank even to blank?
    • Dan
    • Beer-sheba
  140. 2 Samuel 24:2
    David wanted to know this of the people?
    the number
  141. 2 Samuel 24:2
    David wanted to know the number of these?
    the people
  142. 2 Samuel 24:3
    After the king (David) told Joab to go and number the people, Joab said unto the king "but why doth my lord the king do this in this thing?
    delight
  143. 2 Samuel 24:4
    Notwithstanding, this of the King prevailed against Joab, and against the captains of the host.
    word
  144. 2 Samuel 24:4
    Who also went out with Joab to number the people of Isreal?
    the captains of the host
  145. 2 Samuel 24:5
    Passing over this place Joab and the captains of the host pitched in Aroer?
    Jordan
  146. 2 Samuel 24:5
    Passing over Jordan, Joab and the captains of the host pitched in this place?
    Aroer
  147. 2 Samuel 24:5
    This side of the city of Aroer lieth in the midst of the river of Gad, and toward Jazer?
    right
  148. 2 Samuel 24:6
    After pitching in Aroer Joab and the captains of the host came to this place and to the land of Tahtim-hodshi?
    Gilead
  149. 2 Samuel 24:6
    15 point bonus
    Name three places that Joab and the captains of the host came to after Gilead?
    • Tahtim-hodshi
    • Dan-jaan
    • Zidon
  150. 2 Samuel 24:7
    Joab and all the captains of the hos came to the strong hold of this place, and to all the cities of the Hibities?
    Tyre
  151. 2 Samuel 24:8
    After how long having gone through all the land did Joab and all the captians of the host come to Jerusalem?
    nine months and twenty days
  152. 2 Samuel 24:9
    Unto who did Joab give up the number of the people?
    the king
  153. 2 Samuel 24:9
    How many valiant men that drew sword were counted in Isreal?
    eight hundred thousand
  154. 2 Samuel 16:1
    Who met David when he was little past the top of the hill?
    Ziba
  155. 2 Samuel 16:1
    Where did Ziba meet David?
    a little past the top of the hill
  156. 2 Samuel 16:1
    Ziba met David a little past the top of this?
    the hill
  157. 2 Samuel 16:1
    Who did Ziba meet when he was a little past the top of the hill?
    David
  158. 2 Samuel 16:1
    Who was Ziba the servant of?
    Mephibosheth
  159. 2 Samuel 16:1
    10 point bonus
    With what did Ziba meet David?
    a couple of asses saddled
  160. 2 Samuel 16:1
    What was the state of the asses that Ziba met David with?
    saddled
  161. 2 Samuel 16:1
    20 point bonus
    What was upon the asses that were saddled that Ziba met David with?
    • 200 loaves of bread
    • an hundred bunches of raisins
    • an hundred bunches of summer fruits
    • a bottle of wine
  162. 2 Samuel 16:2
    25 point bonus
    What did Ziba tell the king that the asses and the things he brought saddled upon the asses were for?
    • the asses be for the king's household to ride on
    • the bread and summer fruit for the young men to eat
    • and the wine, that such that be faint in the wilderness may drink
  163. 2 Samuel 16:3
    Who did the king as Ziba for?
    thy masters son
  164. 2 Samuel 16:3
    Be specific
    What was Ziba's response to the kings question "where is thy master's son"?
    Behold, he abideth at Jerusalem
  165. 2 Samuel 16:4
    How did Ziba beseech the king?
    humbly
  166. 2 Samuel 16:4
    What did Ziba want to find in the sight of his lord the king?
    grace
  167. 2 Samuel 16:5
    Where was David when a man came out of the family of the house of Saul?
    Bahurim
  168. 2 Samuel 16:5
    From whose family did the man come that David met in Bahurim?
    Saul
  169. 2 Samuel 16:5
    Who was the son of Gera?
    Shimei
  170. 2 Samuel 16:5
    Who was Shimei's father?
    Gera
  171. 2 Samuel 16:5
    Who came unto David cursing as he came?
    Shimei, the son of Gera
  172. 2 Samuel 16:5
    What did the son on Gera do as he came to David?
    cursed
  173. 2 Samuel 16:5
    Who came cursing David?
    Shimei, son of Gera
  174. 2 Samuel 16:6
    20 point bonus
    At whom did Shimei cast stones?
    • David
    • and at all the servants of the king David
    • and at all the people
    • and all the mighty men were on his right and on his left
  175. 2 Samuel 16:6
    10 point bonus
    Where were all the people and the mighty men that Shimei cast stones?
    • on his right
    • and on his left
  176. 2 Samuel 16:7
    What did Shimei say when he cursed?
    Come out, come out, thou bloody man, and thou man of Belial
  177. 2 Samuel 16:7
    When Shemei cursed David, who did he say David was a man of?
    Belial
  178. 2 Samuel 16:8
    What had Shimei said the Lord hath returned unto David?
    all the blood of the house of Saul
  179. 2 Samuel 16:8
    In whose stead did Shimei say that David had reigned?
    Saul
  180. 2 Samuel 16:8
    Be specific
    Into whose had did Shimei tell David that the Lord had delivered the kingdom?
    Absalom thy son
  181. 2 Samuel 16:8
    FIB
    Shimei told David that "thou art taken in thy _________; because thou art a _______ man."
    • mischeif
    • bloody
  182. 2 Samuel 16:9
    10 point bonus
    Who said these words and to whom were they spoken "why should this dead dog curse my lord the king'?
    Abishai the son of Zeriuah unto the king
  183. 2 Samuel 16:9
    Name the father of Abishai
    Zeruiah
  184. 2 Samuel 16:9
    Name the son of Zeruiah?
    Abishai
  185. 2 Samuel 16:9
    What did Abishai want to do to Shimei who cursed the king?
    take off his head
  186. 2 Samuel 16:10
    10 point bonus
    Why did David say to let Shimei curse?
    because the Lord hath said unto him, Curse David
  187. 2 Samuel 16:11
    10 point bonus
    Unto whom did David say these words "Behold my son, which came forth of my bowels, seeketh my life: how much more now may this Benjamite do it?
    • Abishai,
    • and to all his servants
  188. 2 Samuel 16:11
    FIB 20 point bonus
    David said behold my ____, which came forth of my ______, seeketh my ______, how much more now may this _______do it?
    • son
    • bowels
    • life
    • Benjamite
  189. 2 Samuel 16:11
    Who did David say seeked his life?
    His son (Absalom)
  190. 2 Samuel 16:11
    What of David's did he say his son seeked after?
    his life
  191. 2 Samuel 16:11
    From where did David say his son came forth?
    his bowels
  192. 2 Samuel 16:11
    Be specific 10 point bonus
    For what reason did David say to Abashai, "let him alone, and let him curse?
    for the Lord hath bidden him
  193. 2 Samuel 16:12
    What did David say the Lord will look upon for the cursing of Shimei?
    his affliction
  194. 2 Samuel 16:12
    10 point bonus
    What two things did David want the Lord to do for the cursing of Shimei?
    • look on his affliction
    • requite me good for his cursing this day
  195. 2 Samuel 16:13
    Be specific
    As David and his men went by the way, which way did Shimei go?
    along on the hill's side over against him
  196. 2 Samuel 16:13
    15 point bonus
    What did Shimei do as he went along on the hill's side over against David?
    • cursed
    • threw stones at him
    • and cast dust
  197. 2 Samuel 16:14
    FIB
    The king and all the people that were with him came _______ and ______
    themselves there
    • weary
    • refreshed
  198. 2 Samuel 16:15
    Who came with Ahithophel along with the people, the men of Isreal to Jerusalem?
    Absalom
  199. 2 Samuel 16:15
    Who along with all the people, the men of Isreal and Absalom to Jerusalem
    Ahithophel
  200. 2 Samuel 16:16
    Whoes friend was Hushi the Archite?
    David
  201. 2 Samuel 16:16
    Be specific 10 point bonus
    How did Hushi the Archite address Absalom?
    God save the King, God save the King
  202. 2 Samuel 16:16
    Who of David's friends addressed Absalom with "God save the King"?
    Hushi the Archite
  203. 2 Samuel 16:17
    FIB 15 point bonus
    Absalom said to Hushai , Is this thy _____ to thy _________? Why wentest thou not with thy ___________
    • kindness
    • friend
    • friend
  204. 2 Samuel 16:21
    What was Ahithophel's counsel to Absalom?
    go in unto thy father's concubines
  205. 2 Samuel 16:21
    What were the concubines of Absalom's father left in Jerusalem to do?
    to keep the house
  206. 2 Samuel 16:21
    According to the counsel of Ahithophel, if Absalom went in unto his father's concubines this would make all the hands that were with them this?
    strong
  207. 2 Samuel 16:22
    Where was Absalom's tent spread when he went in unto his father's concubines?
    upon the top of the house
  208. 2 Samuel 16:22
    Absalom went in unto his father's concubines in the sight of all ________?
    Isreal
  209. 2 Samuel 16:23
    The counsel of Ahithophel was as if a man had inquired at this?
    the oracle of God
  210. 2 Samuel 16:23
    10 point bonus
    Ahithophel counseled both these people?
    • David
    • Absalom
  211. 2 Samuel 17:1
    How many men did Ahithopel say to Absalom to let him choose to pursue David?
    12 thousand
  212. 2 Samuel 17:1
    Ahithophel told Absalom that he would do this and pursue after David this night?
    arise
  213. 2 Samuel 17:2
    Ahithophel wanted to come upon David while he is weary and ________ handed?
    weak
  214. 2 Samuel 17:1
    10 point bonus
    Ahithophel told Absalom that he would ____and ____ after David this night?
    • arise
    • pursue
  215. 2 Samuel 17:2
    Ahithophel wanted to come upon David while he is ________and weak handed?
    weary
  216. 2 Samuel 17:1
    When did Ahithophel want to pursue David?
    this night
  217. 2 Samuel 17:2
    Who did Ahithophel want to smite only?
    the king
  218. 2 Samuel 17:2
    Ahithophel in his plan to pursue David, would make his this?
    afraid
  219. 2 Samuel 17:2
    Ahithophel plan was that all the people that were with David would do this
    shall flee
  220. 2 Samuel 17:2
    What did Ahithophel want to do to the King only?
    smite
  221. 2 Samuel 17:3
    In Ahitophel's counsel to Absalom he said he would bring back all the people unto thee?
    bring back
  222. 2 Samuel 17:3
    In Ahithophel's counsel to Absalom he said he would bring back all the people unto thee, so all the people shall be in this?
    peace
  223. 2 Samuel 17:4
    How did Absalom feel about Ahithophel's sayings of pursuing the king?
    pleased
  224. 2 Samuel 17:4
    Who all were pleased at the counsel of Ahithophel to pursue David?
    Absalom and all the elders of Isreal
  225. 2 Samuel 17:5
    Who else did Absalom want to hear from in regards to pursuing David?
    Hushai the Archite
  226. 2 Samuel 17:7
    10 point bonus
    What did Hushai the Archite say to Absalom in regards to the counsel of Ahithophel?
    It is not good at this time
  227. 2 Samuel 17:7
    What of Ahithophel's did Hushai say was not good at this time?
    counsel
  228. 2 Samuel 17:8
    How did Hushai describe Absalom's father and his men?
    mighty
  229. 2 Samuel 17:8
    Hushai said that the men of Absalom's father were this in their minds?
    chafed
  230. 2 Samuel 17:8
    Hushai said that the men of Absalom's father were chafed in their minds as this robbed of her whelps in the field?
    bear
  231. 2 Samuel 17:8
    Hushai said that Absalom's father was a man of this?
    war
  232. 2 Samuel 17:8
    10 point bonus
    Hushai said that the men of Absalom's father were chafed in their minds as a bear that is _______?
    robbed of her whelps in the field
  233. 2 Samuel 17:9
    10 point bonus
    Where did Hushai say that Absalom's father was hid?
    • in a pit
    • or some other place
  234. 2 Samuel 17:9
    According to Hushai, what will the people say that there is among the people that follow Absolam?
    there is a slaughter
  235. 2 Samuel 17:10
    How did Hushai describe the heart of the one who is valiant?
    the heart of a lion
  236. 2 Samuel 17:10
    According to Hushai, he also that is valiant, whose heart is as the heart of a lion, shall utterly do this?
    melt
  237. 2 Samuel 17:10
    According to Hushai, All Isreal knoweth that thy father is a mighty man and they which be with him are this kind of men?
    valiant
  238. 2 Samuel 24:10
    How did David feel after he numbered the people?
    it smote him
  239. 2 Samuel 24:10
    Be specific
    After David had numbered the people, he told the Lord that he had done this?
    sinned greatly
  240. 2 Samuel 24:10
    To whom did David say "I have sinned greatly in that I have done"?
    the Lord
  241. 2 Samuel 24:10
    David inquired of the Lord after he had numbered the people to take away this of thy servant?
    the iniquity
  242. 2 Samuel 24:11
    Who was David's seer?
    Gad
  243. 2 Samuel 24:11
    When did the word of the Lord come unto Gad, David's seer?
    In the morning
  244. 2 Samuel 24:12
    How many things did the Lord offer unto David in return for numbering the people?
    three
  245. 2 Samuel 24:13
    15 point bonus
    things the Lord offered to David in return for numbering the people?
    • seven years of famine
    • flee three months before thy enemies
    • three days' pestilence in thy land
  246. 2 Samuel 24:13
    How many years of famine did the Lord offer to David for having numbered the people?
    seven
  247. 2 Samuel 24:13
    How long did the Lord offer to David to flee before his enemies for having numbered the people?
    three months
  248. 2 Samuel 24:13
    How long was the pestilence to last that  the Lord offered to David for having numbered the people?
    three days
  249. 2 Samuel 24:14
    What did David say to Gad that he was in why he chose to fall into the hand of the Lord?
    great strait
  250. 2 Samuel 24:14
    What did David tell Gad that he chose for punishment as a result of numbering the people?
    to fall into the hand of the Lord
  251. 2 Samuel 24:14
    Why did David choose to fall into the hand of the Lord, for numbering the people?
    his mercies are great
  252. 2 Samuel 24:14
    Whose hand did David not want to fall, as a result of numbering the people?
    man
  253. 2 Samuel 24:15
    10 point bonus
    From when to when did the Lord send a pestilence upon Isreal?
    • the morning
    • even to the time appointed
  254. 2 Samuel 24:15
    10 point bonus
    During the pestilence that the Lord sent upon Isreal, the people died form this place even to this place?
    • Dan
    • Beer-sheba
  255. 2 Samuel 24:15
    How many people died as a result of the pestilence the Lord sent upon Isreal?
    70 thousand men
  256. 2 Samuel 24:1
    What did the Lord do to the angel that stretched out his hand upon Jerusalem to destroy it?
    the Lord repented him of the evil
  257. 2 Samuel 24:1
    Upon whom did the angel stretch out his hand to destroy?
    Jerusalem
  258. 2 Samuel 24:1
    10 point bonus
    What did the Lord say to the angel that stretched out his hand upon Jerasulem to destroy it?
    • It is enough
    • stay now thine hand
  259. 2 Samuel 24:1
    Where was the angel of the Lord when the Lord told him it is enough and to stay now thine hand?
    the threshingplace of Araunah the Jebusite
  260. 2 Samuel 24:17
    25 point bonus
    What did David tell the Lord when he saw the angel smite the people?
    • Lo I have sinned
    • and I have done wickedly:
    • but these sheep, what have they done?
    • let thine hand, I pray thee,
    • be against me, and against my father's house.
  261. 2 Samuel 24:18
    What did Gad tell David to do in the threshingfloor of Araunah the Jebusite?
    rear an altar unto the Lord
  262. 2 Samuel 24:18
    What did Gad tell David to do to the altar?
    rear it
  263. 2 Samuel 24:18
    In which place of Araunah the Jebusite, did Gad tell David to rear up and altar unto the Lord?
    the threshingfloor
  264. 2 Samuel 24:20
    15 point bonus
    When Araunah looked and saw the king and his servants coming on toward him, what did he do?
    • he went out
    • bowed himself before the king
    • on his face upon the ground

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