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What a Scorcher!

What a Scorcher!

Summer is the season of vacations, long lazy days, and fun in the sun. But it’s also the season of heat, humidity, and heavy perspiring.

If it’s any consolation, remember that the people in Bible days couldn’t escape to air-conditioned comfort, nor even count on a steady supply of water to quench their thirst.

So, pour yourself an icy drink and dig into these questions about the scorching effects of hot weather:  What a Scorcher!

 

 

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Can you match these Bible Couples?

 

 

 

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What Do You Know About Storms in the Bible?

As seasonal storms blow, we are reminded that it is God who “spreads the snow like wool and scatters the frost like ashes” (Ps. 147:16).

The Bible tells of times that God used weather and other forces of nature to accomplish his purposes, in blessing and in judgment.

Test your knowledge of these forces of nature that are found in Scripture (with questions that get increasingly more difficult as you go along):  Storms

 

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What’s in a Name?

Names in the Bible often have significance, telling us something about the person’s attributes or circumstances.

Several people in the Bible were given new names, usually after they or their situations changed.

Test your knowledge of these famous biblical name changes:  What’s in a Name?

 

 

 

 

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Days of Celebration

Throughout his life, Jesus faithfully celebrated all of the Old Testament Jewish festivals (see Lev. 23).

Like our Christian holidays, these feasts recalled God’s saving acts and providence.

Match the description to the correct Jewish festival below (but be careful – not all of the names listed are actual Jewish festivals):  Days of Celebration

 

 

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A Turn of Phrase

Many modern-day phrases are direct or slightly modified quotations from the Bible.

But some familiar sayings are assumed to be biblical when they actually are not.

Can you detect the true biblical phrases from the false ones: A Turn of Phrase?

 

The Bible Out Loud

The Bible Out Loud

In Old Testament times, the Bible had to be read in public because most people couldn’t read and the sacred scrolls were scarce.

How well do you know the details of these occasions when the Scriptures were read aloud?  The Bible Out Loud

 

 

 

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Try this quiz to find out how much you know about boats and ships in the Bible:  Don’t Miss the Boat

 

 

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