Feasts Of The Lord – Overview

Quizzes  #1  Thru  #5

Feasts of the Lord - Overview Quiz  #1

 

Question 1:    Name the 3rd Feast.

Answer: Feast of Pentecost

  True  ; Feast of Weeks / Pentecost

 

Question 2:    During what month Is the Feast of Weeks / Pentecost typically held?

Answer:  May

  True  ; June

 

Question 3:    Name The 7 Feasts of the Lord.

Answer:

Feast of Passover

Feast of Unleavened Bread

Feast of First Fruits / Easter

Feast of Weeks / Pentecost

Feast of Trumpets / Rosh Hashanah

Feast of Atonement / Yom Kippur

Feast of Tabernacles

 X True   False

 

Question 4:    During what season are the first 3 feasts held?

Answer: In the Spring

  X True   False

 

Question 5:    The 7 Feasts are celebrated today in light of the New Testament.

Answer: No

  True 

 

Question 6:    Jesus satisfied the prophecies related to the first 4 Feasts during His first Coming and will fulfill the prophecies related to the last 3 feasts during His Second Coming. Answer: Yes

  X True 

 

Question 7:    Are the 7 Feasts of the Lord primarily outlined in Lev. 23

Answer: No

  False

 

Question 8:    The 7 Feasts were originally scheduled by Moses according to the solar cycle.

Answer: Yes

X  False;  Lunar

 

Question 9:    Question: During which season is Feast of Weeks / Pentecost held?

Answer: Summer

  X True

 

Question 10:  The last 3 of the 7 Feasts are typically held during our month of November.

  X True    

 

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Elohim Quiz  #2

Question 1:    “Elohim” is a compound word meaning ‘a singular God with a plurality of majesty’.

  X  True   False

 

Question 2:    The root word ‘El’ means God; the prefix “ohim” means ‘to be strong’.

False; ‘-ohim’ is a suffix

 

Question 3:    “Adonai” means ‘God is Salvation’.

False;  Means “Lord”

 

Question 4:    “El” combined with a prefix becomes a compound word describing the nature or function of God.

  True ; ‘El’ combined with a ‘suffix’ …

 

Question 5:    “El’ is the most common general designation of a pagan god.

  True   X False; ‘El’ means; “God”

 

Question 6:    “El Olam” means ‘God of eternity’; ‘God everlasting’.

  X True  False

 

Question 7:    “El Shaddai” means ‘God Almighty’.

  X True  

 

Question 8:    “Eloah” in Hebrew corresponds to the Aramaic “Eloi”.

   True  X  False;  Elah

 

Question 9:    'Christ' means 'Anointed One', 'Promised One' and 'Messiah'.

 X  True   

 

Question 10:  ‘Eloah; is a Hebrew name for God, specifically “the God of Israel”.

 X  True   

 

Question 11:  “Yeshuah, “Jesus”, “Joshua” all mean ‘God is One’.

False; they all mean ‘God is salvation’.

 

Question 12: In John 10:30-38, Jesus claimed: “I and My Father are One”; but when they went to stone Him, He answered in the plural form of the word ‘Elohim’, reiterating that Scripture also calls them ‘gods’ (‘elohim’ in the plural, meaning ‘judges’).  Is this an accurate statement?

 X True   

 

Question 13:  When we are referring to Jesus in the feasts, we are referring to God as one Being with a plurality of form: Jesus the Person, the Holy Spirit, and God the Father. This is best expressed by the word ‘Echad’, meaning One in unity – not in number.  Is this statement accurate?

 X True  

 

Question 14:  “Elohim” could also be expressed to mean ‘judges’, ‘angels’ or even heathen gods when used in the singular sense as well as in construction/form. Is this statement accurate?

   True X ; Elohim means ‘judges’ etc. when used in the plural …

 

Question 15:  God manifests Himself in 3 personifications or Persons or Divine Essences over 2500 times in Scripture, using the descriptive name “Eloah”.

  True  X ; Elohim

 

Question 16:   ‘Yahweh’ or “Jehovah” mean ‘self-existent One’; i.e. “I Am that I Am” (Ex. 3:14; Is. 44:6).

 X True 

 

Question 17: From the cross Jesus cried "Eli".  ‘Eli’ is a Hebrew form of the Aramaic ‘Eloi’, which means "trust God".

   True X ; ‘Eli’ or Eloi’ mean “My God”.

 

Question 18:  'Adonai' means which of the following?

Choose one answer.


a. God is One


b. God is Salvation


c. Anointed One


d. 'Lord' or 'Sovereign One'    -  TRUE

 

Question 19:  'Christ' means which of the following?

Choose at least one answer.  


a. 'Anointed One'


b. Messiah


c. God is Salvation


d. Lord Almighty    

 

Question 20:  Cognates in linguistics are words of a common origin which have different meanings.  Which of the following are examples of a cognate?

Choose at least one answer.


a. 'Eloah' & 'Allah'


b. Shirt and Skirt


c. 'Eli and Eloi"


d. 'El Olam' and 'El Shaddai'

 

Question 21:  When we describe Jesus in the Feasts, we are referring to God as being with the plurality of form but One in number, as represented by Jesus the Person, the Holy Spirit, and God the Father.  Which Hebrew word in Scripture describes this aspect of being One in unity, but not in number?

Choose one answer.


a. 'El Elah'


b. 'Eloah'


c. 'Echad'


d. 'Eloi;

 

Question 22:  'El Shaddai' means which of the following?

Choose at least one answer.


a. God Almighty


b. God forever


c. God everlasting


d. God of eternity

 

Question 23:  'Elohim' can mean which of the following, when used in a plural sense and construction?

Choose at least one answer.


a. A singular God with a plurality of majesty


b. Heathen gods


c. Angels


d. Judges

 

Question 24:  Which name corresponds to this description:

Self Existent One

I AM that I AM

Choose at least one answer.


a. Yeshuah


b. Adonai


c. Jehovah


d. Yahweh

 

 

Question 25:  Based upon John 10:30-38, especially verses 34-36, is there a cult using the Hebrew word 'Elohim' to justify their doctrine that men can become a god in eternity?

Choose at least one answer.


a. Mormon


b. World Wide Church of God


c. None of the above


d. Jehovah's Witness

 


Preview Jesus in the Feasts Quiz  #3

Question 1:    Daniel’s prophecy in Dan. 9:24-25 is interpreted as 1 day equaling 1 year; which is supported by Ezekiel 4:6.

 X True

 

Question 2:    The Feast of Trumpets begins a 10-day period of repentance; culminating with the Feast of Tabernacles.

True X  ; Feast of Trumpets begins 10-day period of repentance unto the Feast of Atonement.

 

Question 3:    The Feast of First Fruits primarily means a celebration of the first fruits of the land.

Answer: No; while it is a time to bring in the first fruits of the harvest in thanksgiving to God, it now represents Christ being our First-Fruits offering to God through His death and Resurrection (1 Cor. 15: 20-23) and is now called Easter.

 X True

 

Question 4:    Pentecost is the 3rd biblical feast celebrated in the second biblical month of the year, 40 days after Passover.

 False; Pentecost is the 4th biblical feast.

 

Question 5:    Jesus ascended to heaven on the 50th day after Passover at the Feast of Pentecost.

  False; Answer: No, Jesus ascended on the 40th day, 10 days prior to Pentecost.

 

Question 6:    The Feasts are called ‘holy convocations', meaning ‘times of meeting’ between God and man.

 X True

 

Question 7:    Isaiah 51 prophesied Jesus’ sacrificial suffering.

True ; Answer: No; this is found in Isaiah 53.

 

Question 8:    “Jehovah Jireh” means ‘the Lord will conquer’.

False; Answer: No; it means ‘the Lord will provide’.

 

Question 9:    When John stated “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world”, he was referring to Yeshuah.

X True 

Answer: Yes, because 'Yeshuah' means Messiah, the Promised One; i.e. Jesus.

 

Question 10:  The primary meaning of Passover is the redemption of our sins through Jesus’ sacrificial offering of Himself on the cross, representing the unblemished lamb.

Answer: Yes

 X  True

 

Question 11:  The last song (psalm) sung by Jesus and the apostles at the Last Supper (aka the Seder) was Psalm 117.

False; Answer: No, They finished by singing Psalm 118.

 

Question 12:  The feasts are tangible, physical representations with spiritual connotations, urging us to give thanksgiving for those promises God has provided us in anticipation of His future redemption and deliverance.

X  True 

 

Question 13:  The Feast of Unleavened Bread represents a new way of living as a result of Jesus’ sacrifice.

 X  False; Answer: No; it means’ to be without sins with an emphasis ‘to pursue holiness’.

 

Question 14:  The Year of Jubilee occurs after 7 sabbatical years of 7 years when the 50th year is commemorated with everything being returned to its original owner, i.e. God.

 X  True 

 

Question 15:  The 10th day of Tishri is when the Year of Jubilee begins; it is symbolic of the 1000-year reign of Christ.

False; the 11th day of Tishri.

 

Question 16:  Zechariah prophesied that Jesus’ feet will stand on the Mt. of Olives at His Second Coming. “Then the Lord will be seen over them … and the Lord will blow the trumpet … “, Zech. 14:4; 9:14.  Which of the following correspond with this verse?

Choose at least one answer.


a. "The Lord shall descend with a shout and the trumpet of God" 1 Thess.4:14


b. The Feast of Trumpets


c. "Immediately after the Tribulation ... shall send His angels with the sound of a great trumpet; and He shall gather together His elect" Matthew 24:29-31


d. The Feast of Atonement

 

Question 17:  2 Peter 3:8 states that "one day with the Lord is as 1000 years".  Which of the following does this statement correlate with?

Choose at least one answer.


a. Feast of Tabernacles


b. Feast of Trumpets


c. Year of Jubilee


d. Millennial Kingdom

 

Question 18:  Name the biblical month during which the Law was given to Moses and the Feast of Pentecost is typically held.

Choose one answer.


a. Nissan


b. Sivan


c. Kislev


d. Tishri

 

Question 19:  What is the correct biblical reference for the following prophecy related to Jesus' 1st coming: “from the time the order was given to restore Jerusalem until Messiah the Prince would be 69 periods of seven"?

Choose one answer.


a. Daniel 8:12


b. Daniel 12:11


c. Daniel 9:24-25


d. Daniel 9:26-27

 

Question 20:  Which Hebrew word has the meaning of "sour by fermentation / rottenness" and is symbolic of sin?

Choose one answer.


a. Hametz


b. Maror


c. Gabar


d. Ebrah

 


Preview Feasts Calendaring Quiz  #4.1

 

Question 1:    The biblical Sabbaths, according to the lunar calendar always fall on the first, eighth, fifteenth, twenty-second, and twenty-ninth days of the month; Exception: 3nd biblical month, Sivan.

 X True

 

Question 2:    The various types of calendaring methods that need to be reconciled to Scripture include: The Solar equinox, Lunar equinox, Gregorian, current Jewish, Christian, and prophetic.

X  False; solar, Gregorian, current Jewish, Christian & prophetic calendars.  ‘Equinox’ has no bearing.

 

Question 3:    The feast days should fall on the same day of the biblical month every year, if applied to the lunar solar calendars.

False; lunar calendar only.

 

Question 4:    The biblical months are reconciled to the solar calendar by adding a leap month 6 times over a period of 18 years.

False; Answer: No, the leap months cover a period of 19 years.

 

Question 5:    The biblical year is a lunar (moon) calendar 350 days long.

False; the lunar calendar is 354 days long.

 

Question 6:    The new moon marks the beginning of each biblical month and is used for the scheduling of the Feasts of the Lord, per Lev. 23.

 X  True 

 

Question 7:    Nissan is the 2nd biblical month of the year and typically occurs in the Gregorian months of either March or April.

False; Nissan is the 1st biblical month.

 

Question 8:    The primary Hebrew months associated with the biblical feasts listed in Leviticus 23 are:

Nisan (1st month), Sivan (3rd month), Tishri (7th month), and Kislev (9th month)

 X  True 

 

Question 9:    Present-day Jewish calendaring of the feasts overlays a lunar calendar on a Gregorian calendar; results: the feast days fall on the same day every year.

X  False; consequently they do not fall on the same day every year as they should if using the lunar calendar..

 

Question 10:  A solar year is 360 days long.

False; Answer: No; it is 364 days long.

 

 


Sabbath & Feasts Calendaring Methodology Quiz  4.2

 

Question 1:    The 1st day of the biblical month is always a Sunday.

False; it is a Sabbath, a Saturday.

 

Question 2:    The lunar months alternate as 28 or 29 days per month.

False; 29 or 30 days.

 

Question 3:    The Feast of Atonement is 11 days after the Feast of Trumpets.

False; No, it is 10 days.

 

Question 4:    The Year of Jubilee and the Millennial Kingdom are synonymous with the Feast of Tabernacles.

False; they are separate events.

 

Question 5:    Josephus used the terms ‘moon’ and ‘month’ interchangeably.

True ; Josephus confirmed that Moses used the terms ‘moon’ and ‘month’ interchangeably.

 

Question 6:    “These are the feasts of the Lord, holy convocations which you shall proclaim at their appointed times”.  God appointed the sun for seasons. The Hebrew word for ‘moon’ is “mow-ed” and in this verse the word ‘appointed’ actually means ‘made’, i.e. “He made the sun for appointments”.

 X True 

 

Question 7:    The biblical prophetic calendar is 361 days per year, according to Rev. 11:2-3, 12:6, 13:5 & Daniel 12:7-12, indicating a 42-month equaling 3.5 years.

False; No, it’s 360 days.

Question 8:    The 3rd biblical month of Sivan typically occurs in July of the Gregorian calendar.

False ; Sivan typically falls in June.

 

Question 9:    The Feast of Trumpets is on the 2nd day of Tishri at the new moon.

False; the 1st day of Tishri.

 

Question 10:  The 7th month called Tishri typically occurs during our August.

False; No, typically September.

 


Historical Events Quiz  #5

Question 1:    Daniel 9:24-25 prophesied that of the First Coming of the Lord would occur after 69 periods of seven.  The fulfillment of this prophecy was initiated by King Artexerxes' order to Nehemiah in what year?

Choose one answer.


a. 445 B.C.


b. 457 B.C.


c. 440 B.C.


d. 450 B.C.

Question 2:    In what year was the Second Temple rebuilding completed?

Choose one answer.


a. 606 B.C.


b. 586 B.C.


c. 536 B.C.


d. 516 B.C.

 

Question 3:    In what year were the 10 northern tribes brought as captives to Babylon?

Choose one answer.


a. 606 B.C.


b. 586 B.C.


c. 536 B.C.


d. 516 B.C.

 

Question 4:    Which prophet provided the 70 years of Sevens prophecy regarding the Lord's First and Second Coming?

Choose one answer.


a. Isaiah


b. Jeremiah


c. Daniel


d. Ezekiel

 

Question:       The numerical symbol of completion as prophesied by Jeremiah and Daniel is considered to be how many years?

Choose one answer.


a. 70


b. 50


c. 40


d. 7

Question 6:    Who prophesied 70 years of captivity would come upon Israel?

Choose one answer.


a. Isaiah


b. Daniel


c. Jeremiah


d. Zechariah

Question 7:    Who stated in Scripture "God Himself will provide a lamb"?

Choose one answer.


a. Isaac


b. Jacob


c. Esau


d. Abraham

 

Question 8:    Who was Abraham's son who became the father of the Arabic nation?

Choose one answer.


a. Ishmael


b. Jacob


c. Esau


d. Joseph

 

Question 9:    Who was assigned by the King of Babylon to lead the return to Israel in 457 B.C. and provide spiritual leadership to "restore the house of God"?

Choose one answer.


a. Daniel


b. Ezra


c. Zerubbabel


d. Ezekiel

 

Question 10:  The first temple was built in Israel by which of the following persons and at what location?

Choose one answer.


a. Zechariah at Mount Zion


b. Ezekiel in the City of David


c. Zerubbabel on Mount Moriah


d. Solomon on Mount Moriah

Question 11:  How many years after entering the Promised Land was the first Year of Jubilee celebrated?

Choose one answer.


a. 40 years


b. 50 years


c. 20 years


d. 30 years

 

Question 12:  Daniel 9:24, 27 and Ezekiel 37 both prophesy regarding Israel as no longer being 2 nations but one in the latter days.  This was fulfilled with Israel becoming a nation again in what year?

Choose one answer.


a. 1948


b. 1967


c. 1950


d. 1940

 

Question 13:  Who was Abraham's grandson whose name was changed to 'Israel'?

Choose one answer.


a. Jacob


b. Ishmael


c. Esau


d. Isaac

 

Question 14:  Which of the following persons built the 2nd temple and at which location?

Choose one answer.


a. Solomon at Mount Moriah


b. Herod on Mount Zion


c. Zerubbabel on Mount Moriah


d. Ezekiel on Mount Zion

Question 15:  The prophecy of Daniel Chapter 8 mentions the Little Horn, who initiated the lineage of the antichrist which started in what year?

Choose one answer.


a. 381 B.C.


b. 281 B.C.


c. 181 B.C.


d. 481 B.C.

Question 16:  Moses returned to Egypt to lead the Hebrews to the Promised Land in approximately what year?

Choose one answer.


a. 1544 B.C.


b. 1344 B.C.


c. 1284 B.C.


d. 1444 B.C.

 

Question 17:  Name the 3 kings who ruled Israel for 40 years.

Choose one answer.


a. Solomon, Zechariah & Isaiah


b. Saul, David, Solomon


c. Saul, David & Hezekiah


d. Daniel, Jeremiah & David

 

 

Question 18:  Solomon's Temple was destroyed by the Babylonians in what year?

Choose one answer.


a. 606 B.C.


b. 586 B.C.


c. 536 B.C.


d. 516 B.C.

 

Question 19:  The Hebrews entered the Promised Land in approximately what year?

Choose one answer.


a. 1304 B.C.


b. 1204 B.C.


c. 1404 B.C.


d. 1504 B.C.

 

Question 20:  From the date the Hebrews entered the land of Canaan after their wilderness wandering until this current age, they commemorated that God is the original Owner of all things and that all things belong to Him every 50 years for a total of 69 times.  What is the name of this commemorative event and the date of the 70th celebration?

Choose one answer.


a. Sabbatical Year 2018


b. Feast of Tabernacles 2018


c. Year of Jubilee 2018


d. Year of Jubilee 2011