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Bible Quiz 20150627
Topic: Matthew

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The English-language rendering of the name Matthew originated from a Greek name, pronounced mat-tath-ee-as, or its shorter version, pronounced mat-thah-yos, that itself actually originated from a more-ancient Hebrew name, pronounced maw-tith-yaw-hoo - from the compounded words, pronounced maw-tawth, meaning a gift, and yaw, an abbreviated form of the Sacred Name (i.e. often translated as LORD in English; see The LORD God Our Saviour and Who Created 'Jehovah'?).

1. What was Matthew's Hebrew name in his own time? (Hint: The name is also that of the patriarch of the Israelite priesthood)

(a) Levi

(b) Jacob

(c) Isaac

(d) Abram

2. What was Matthew's profession?

(a) Army commander

(b) Tax collector

(c) Fisherman

(d) Priest

3. What did the Messiah call Matthew to be?

(a) A deacon

(b) A bishop

(c) One of the twelve apostles

(d) A speaker of tongues

4. When did the Magi ("wise men") come to worship the Messiah?

(a) Before the Bethlehem shepherds

(b) With the Bethlehem shepherds

(c) The day after the Bethlehem shepherds

(d) Months after the Bethlehem shepherds

5. Who was the "Elijah to come" to prepare the way for the Messiah?

(a) Elijah, resurrected from the dead

(b) Peter

(c) Moses

(d) John the Baptist

6. What did the Messiah say that His people must do with the Light of the Holy Spirit that they are given?

(a) Let it shine for all to see

(b) Hide it

(c) Display it once a week at church

(d) Put it out

7. What did the Messiah say would be the only provided proof that He is the Messiah?

(a) The prophecies written about it

(b) The testimony of the Roman troops who tortured and killed Him

(c) The witness of Peter

(d) The Messiah would be resurrected after being dead in the Tomb for three days and three nights

8. Who appeared in the "Transfiguration" - a vision of the future Kingdom of God on Earth?

(a) Peter

(b) The twelve apostles

(c) Elijah and Moses

(d) Jesus Christ, Elijah and Moses

9. In His famous "Olivet Prophecy" (named after the Mount of Olives), what did the Messiah say would happen in Jerusalem immediately before His return?

(a) The "abomination of desolation" spoken of by the prophet Daniel

(b) The building of another Temple

(c) Muslims taking control of the land of Israel

(d) A great drought

10. Who was the first human to speak with the Messiah after His Resurrection?

(a) Mary of Magdala

(b) Peter

(c) Matthew

(d) John

Answers to this Bible Quiz

Emperor Tiberius
1. (a) Levi (Matthew 9:9, Mark 2:14)

Related Bible Study: The Levites Of Christ

2. (b) Tax collector (Matthew 9:9-13)
The photograph shows an actual Roman coin from the time that Matthew was a tax collector; Tiberius was the Emperor at the time of the Messiah's Ministry and Sacrifice

Related Bible Study: Custom and Tribute and A History Of Jerusalem: Pompey And The Caesars

3. (c) One of the twelve apostles (Matthew 10:3-6)

Related Bible Study: The Rock Of The Church and What's The Expiration Date Of The Church?

4. (d) Months after the Bethlehem shepherds (Matthew 2:1-8)

Related Bible Study: Why Did The Magi Come? and The Rachel Prophecies

5. (d) John the Baptist (Matthew 11:11-15)

Related Bible Study: The Ministries Of The Two Greatest Prophets

6. (a) Let it shine for all to see (Matthew 5:14-16)

Related Bible Study: Why Can't Light Be Hidden?

7. (d) The Messiah would be resurrected after being dead in the Tomb for three days and three nights (Matthew 12:39-40)

Related Bible Study: Jonah: Three Days And Three Nights and Why Observe The True Sabbath?

8. (d) Jesus Christ, Elijah and Moses (Matthew 17:1-13)

Related Bible Study: The Moses And Elijah Vision and What Was The Lesson Of John 3:16?

9. (a) The "abomination of desolation" spoken of by the prophet Daniel (Matthew 24:1-35)

Related Bible Study: A History Of Jerusalem: Abomination Of Desolation

10. (a) Mary of Magdala

Related Bible Study: Passover: The Days From Sacrifice To Resurrection


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