Questions and Answers 1-24

1. Was King Jotham 11th King of Judah?

2. What book in the Old Testament did Isaiah write?

3. Was King Ahaz 12th King of Judah?

4. What did Micah the Prophet foretell?

5. The House of Israel, as the Northern Kingdom or tribes were called, were taken because of their sin in which year?

6. King Hoshea the last King of Israel was taken to Assyria by whom?

7. King Hezekiah was the 13th King of Judah and had help from which prophet of God?

8. Why did King Hezekiah ask for the sun to go backward?

9. How many years did King Manasseh the 14th King of the House of Judah rule?

10. Which city did the prophet Nahum prophesied against?

11. How many years did King Amon the 15th King of the House of Judah rule?

12. What feast did King Josiah, the 16th and a good King of the House of Judah, reintroduce to his kingdom?

13. Zephaniah warned that the day of the Lord would bring judgement on whom?

14. What is the name of Jeremiah’s father?

15. Why did Jeremiah visit the potter’s house?

16. Where did King Jehoahaz the 17th king of the House of Judah die?

17. Where did King Jehoiakim 18th king of the House of Judah end up?

18. What happened to Uriah the Prophet?

19. The Prophet Habakkuk saw that the leaders of the House of Judah were oppressing the poor and then God told him what would happen?

20. Who wrote the book of Daniel?

21. Did Jeremiah use a scribe called Baruch?

22. Who ended up interpreting King Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream?

23. Was King Jehoiachin the 19th king of the House of Judah evil in God’s eyes?

24. What did Ezekiel have to do with The Scroll – in one of Ezekiel’s messages?

Answers for questions 1-24:

1. Yes.

2. Isaiah.

3. Yes.

4. One of Micah’s prophecies is quoted in the Gospels, stating where Jesus was to be found by the Magi, as given to Herod the Great by the Sanhedrin – see Micah 5:2.

5. 722BC.

6. Shalmaneser King of Assyria.

7. Isaiah, the son of Amoz.

8. He asked for a sign that he would get well.

9. King Manasseh ruled for 55 years.

10. The city of Nineveh, the capital of Assyria.

11. King Amon ruled for two years.

12. King Josiah reintroduced the Passover Feast.

13. Judah and Jerusalem.

14. Hilkiah.

15. Because God told him to.

16. He was deposed and deported to Egypt by King Necho and died there.

17. Was taken in chains to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar.

18. Killed by King Jehoiakim of Judah.

19. God told him that the Babylonians would come and destroy the House of Judah.

20. Daniel.

21. Yes.

22. Daniel.

23. Yes.

24. Eat the scroll.

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