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Quiz: Prayer in the Old Testament
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Question 1 of 15
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The Old Testament uses 6 Hebrew words to describe the different ways we pray to God. Drag and drop the english words in front of their Hebrew counterparts.
- to call
- to pray
- to approach in order to plead
- to ask, to ask for, to inquire
- to beseech
- to cry, to cry out, to call
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Prayers in the Old Testament are mostly concerned with:
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The first mention of prayer in the Bible is when:
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Prayer is an expression of an intimate relationship with God:
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When Israel murmured against God and rebelled in Exodus 32:11-13, Moses responded with what type of prayer?
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Abraham’s prayer for a son in Genesis 15:2 is an example of:
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Deuteronomy 33 is an example of what type of prayer?
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Occasions when God comes close to his people to reveal his purposes is an example of:
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How do we learn about prayer from the Kingdom books of the Old Testament (Joshua to Esther)?
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Who are the two main intercessors in Jewish history according to Jeremiah 15:1?
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Where is fasting first recorded in the Bible?
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The spiritual concerns seen in the Psalms are:
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When should you pray?
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What changes are you going to make in your praying ?
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What point has stood out for you most clearly in this study of prayer in the Old Testament ?