Test Your Bible Power


Test Yor Bible Power

As winter 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 makes clear that God uses weather and other forces of nature to accomplish his purposes, in blessing and in judgment. "He brings the clouds to punish men, or to water his earth and show his love" (Job 37:13). Test your knowledge of these forces of nature that are found in Scripture. The questions get increasingly more difficult as you go along.

  1. Jesus' disciples worshiped him, saying "truly you are the son of God" after he:

    A. called down fire from heaven
    B. stilled a storm at sea
    C. ended a drought

  2. The ten plagues that God used to demonstrate his powers to Pharaoh did not include:

    A. thunder and hail
    B. wind and locusts
    C. lightning and flood

  3. Paul testified that while serving Christ he'd "been exposed to death again and again" (2 Cor. 11:23). One of these near-death experiences included:

    A. a lightning storm
    B. a flash flood
    C. a hurricane

  4. When Korah, Dathan, and Abiram challenged Moses and Aaron, God used this as a means to punish the three men:

    A. an earthquake
    B. a plague
    C. fire from heaven

  5. In the account of Job's sufferings, God permitted Satan to unleash this force of nature to destroy Job's children:

    A. lightning
    B. wind
    C. a sand storm

  6. Samuel called down this judgment upon Israel to show them what an evil thing they had done in asking for a king:

    A. torrential rain
    B. a drought
    C. locusts

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