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The Beginner’s Bible Trivia Game: Day 5

The Beginner’s Bible Trivia Game for National Bible Week

We have made it to Day 5 The Beginner’s Bible Trivia Game Today is Day 4 of 5! If you missed the other days, check back at this post for rules, etc. and here is Day Two’s Trivia GameDay Three’s Trivia Game, and Day Four’s Trivia Game. Answer them all for more chances to win!

Beginner's Bible Trivia Game for National Bible Week


National Bible Week

When I stop to think about it, I realize how very blessed we are to have the Bible. God’s Word right there that we can hold in our hands! The Lord of the Universe speaking to us in living words that can reach into our inner souls and save and change us!

That’s why I’m grateful for this week of National Bible Week. It’s been a blessing to focus on the Bible all week and be able to offer a Bible, a Bible Storybook, and a Bible Journaling Kit as giveaways!

Here we go today with today’s questions. Are these hard for you? Get your kids or grandkids involved in answering some of these questions, too!

The Beginner's Bible Trivia Game

Day Five Trivia Questions:

  1. How did Rahab let the invading Israelites identify her house?
  1. This woman was turned into a pillar of salt because she looked back as Sodom and Gomorrah were being destroyed.
  1. Who recognized Jesus as the Messiah when he was presented at the Temple as a baby?

Update: The winner is Sherry.

**Put your answers in the comments section! The first 5 to have all three answers correct will go into the drawing to win The Beginner’s Bible: Timeless Children’s Stories


Other Giveaways

I have two other wonderful giveaways for National Bible Week.

Enter to win a Genesis Airship Kids Study Bible by David Jeremiah here and a neat Bible Journaling Kit here.

Thank you for joining me in celebrating National Bible Week.

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  1. 1. A scarlet or red rope, 2. Lot’s wife. 3. Anna and Simeon

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