Feasts Of The Lord – Overview Quizzes

  Numbers  8, 9 and  10

First Fruits & Pentecost Quiz

Feasts of Trumpets & Atonement Quiz

 

Preview First Fruits & Pentecost Quiz  #8

Question 1:   On Easter Sunday evening, Jesus appeared to His disciples and breathed upon them, saying to them "Receive the Holy Spirit" (John 20:22).  This fulfilled His promise in John 14 to send them a Comforter.  Referring to this Comforter, i.e. the Holy Spirit, Jesus stated "He dwells with you, and will be in you", John 14:17.  This event is described by the following phrase:

Choose one answer.

a. Baptized with the Holy Spirit

b. Filled with the Holy Spirit, i.e. born again

c. Empowered by the Holy Spirit

d. The gift of Salvation

 

Question 2:   Being filled with the Spirit enables us to be born again to the knowledge of His deity.  This occurred at what event?

Choose one answer.

a. Sunday the 16th of Nissan at the Feast of Passover

b. On Sunday the 16th of Nissan at the Feast of First Fruits

c. On Sunday the 10th day of Nissan at Easter

d. On Sunday the 10th day of Nissan at First Fruits

 

Question 3:   What is the name of the doctrine that teaches God ceased to make Himself known through the gifts of His Spirit manifested through individuals at the end of the apostolic age.

Choose one answer.

a. Pre-Tribulationism

b. Cessationism / Dispensational Theology

c. Atheism

d. Zionism

 

Question 4:   How many days are there between the Feasts of Passover & Pentecost?

Choose one answer.

a. 20 days

b. 30 days

c. 40 days

d. 50 days

 

Question 5:   Etymology is the study of the root meanings and historical development of words.  Which of the following is NOT an example of a study in etymology?

Choose one answer.

a. Elohim meaning 'Lord"

b. El meaning 'God'

c. Echad meaning 'one in unity, rather than in number'

d. Eli meaning Trust God

 

Question 6:   The Feast of First Fruits aka Easter always falls on which day of the biblical month?

Choose one answer.

a. On Sunday the 10th day of Nissan

b. On Sunday the 16th day of Nissan

c. On Sunday the 3rd day of Nissan

d. On the Sabbath, the 15th day of Nissan

 

Question 7:   Jesus said to His disciples, "Wait for the promise of the Father ... and you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit not many days hence ... and you shall receive power after the Holy Spirit has come upon you".  This promise of empowerment with the Holy spirit to proclaim the Good News was fulfilled at which of the following?

Choose one answer.

a. At Jesus' Ascension on the 30th day after Passover

b. At Jesus' Ascension on the 40th day after Passover

c. At the 50th day after Passover on Jubilee

d. At the 50th day after Passover on Shavuot

 

Question 8:   How many days after Passover did Jesus ascend to heaven?

Choose one answer.

a. 20 days

b. 30 days

c. 40 days

d. 50 days

 

Question 9:   How many years comprise the period culminating with the Year of Jubilee?

Choose one answer.

a. 20

b. 30

c. 40

d. 50

 

Question 10: The number of days in the counting of the time until Pentecost is as to the number of years for what other event?

Choose one answer.

a. 20 years to Feast of First Fruits / Easter

b. 40 years to the Year of Jubilee

c. 50 years to the Year of Jubilee

d. 70 years to the Year of Jubilee

 

 

Feasts of Trumpets & Atonement Quiz  #9

 

Question 1:   Which event does NOT describe the 10 day period between the Feasts of Trumpets and Atonement?

Choose one answer.

a. Repentance and Judgment

b. Repentance and Day of the Lord

c. Celebration of New Year and gift giving

d. The 1st 6 Seals (Rev.6) culminating with Yom Teruah (sounding shofar)

 

Question 2:   The Feast of Trumpets is associated with the beginning of 10 days of what type of activity?

Choose one answer.

a. Celebration

b. Repentance

c. Gift-giving

d. Constructing booths

 

Question 3:   How many sabbatical years are required to culminate in a Year of Jubilee

Choose one answer.

a. 7 sabbatical years

b. 1 period of seven

c. The High Sabbath Week

d. 10 sabbatical years

 

Question 4:   In Luke 21 Jesus speaks of the last days with His Parable of the Fig Tree (symbolic of Israel) and the approaching Day of the Lord; "and this generation will not pass away until all things come to pass".  What number best represents a generation?

Choose one answer.

a. 40

b. 50

c. 70

d. 90

 

Question 5:   Jesus stated that Jerusalem would be trodden down by the Gentiles until the time of the Gentiles would be fulfilled.  In 1967, Jerusalem was recaptured by Israel in fulfillment of the prophecy found in what other Scripture?

Choose one answer.

a. Daniel 9:24, 25, 27

b. Daniel 8:12

c. Isaiah 11:21

d. 1 Kings 14:5

 

Question 6:   The Day of the Lord is synonymous with which of the following words?

Choose one answer.

a. Wrath

b. Tribulation

c. Affliction

d. Repentance

 

Question 7:   Statements regarding the East Gate were given by all of the following except which one?

Choose one answer.

a. Zechariah

b. Nehemiah

c. Ezekiel

d. Malachi

 

Question 8:   In Ezekiel 33:5-9, he describes the penalty for a watchman who does not perform his duty; what is the duty and the penalty Ezekiel describes?

Choose one answer.

a. Blowing the trumpet to announce the coming of a new king with penalty of death for not performing

b. Blowing the trumpet for purposes of assembly with penalty of more taxes for lack of attending

c. Blowing the trumpet of warning for repentance with penalty of death if he fails to do so

d. Blows silver trumpet of coronation but inaccurately; penalty: death

 

Question 9:   The Feast of Atonement is how many days after the Feast of Trumpets?

Choose one answer.

a. The next Day

b. 7 days

c. 10 days

d. 15 days

 

Question 10: The Day of Atonement is also known by which of the following names?

Choose one answer.

a. Yom Kippur

b. Yom Teruah

c. Day of Repentance

d. Day of the Lord

 

Question 11: God blows the trumpet only 1 time in Scripture, according to Zechariah 9:14.  Which of the following events do NOT immediately precede His doing this?

Choose one answer.

a. End of the 7-year Tribulation Period

b. Return of the Lord, per 1 Thessalonians  4:15-17

c. After the 6th Seal of Revelation 6:12

d. After the sun/moon turn dark, Jesus said in Matthew 24:29-31

 

Question 12: On what month and day does the Sabbatical Year or Year of Jubilee commence?

Choose one answer.

a. 1 day after the Feast of Trumpets on Tishri 2

b. 1 day after the Feast of Atonement on Tishri 11

c. 1 day after the Feast of Tabernacles on Tishri 16

d. At the end of the Feast of Tabernacles on Tishri 22nd

 

Question 13: What biblical book outlines God's redemptive plan for mankind & describes the 7 Feasts of the Lord?

Choose one answer.

a. Leviticus 23

b. Genesis 24

c. Psalm 23

d. Isaiah 6

 

Question 14: Who coined the phrase "May your name be written in the Book of Life" in reference to the period between the Feast of Trumpets and the Feast of Atonement aka Judgment?

Choose one answer.

a. King Solomon

b. King David

c. King Saul

d. The prophet Ezekiel

 

Question 15: After the Feast of Atonement, there is the prophetic understanding that all of the following events except one will occur.  Which one is NOT one of these events?

Choose one answer.

a. Marriage Supper of the Lamb

b. The Millennial Kingdom

c. The Year of Jubilee

d. The Day of the Lord

 

Question 16: Following the Millennial Kingdom, aka Year of Jubilee, Scripture records that satan is released for a short time, followed by another Gog-Magog battle finalizing at the Great White Throne judgment, and culminated by the Feast of Tabernacles. What chapters of Revelation record these events?

Choose one answer.

a. Revelation 16-22

b. Revelation 21-22

c. Revelation 18-22

d. Revelation 22

 

Question 17: The Feast of Trumpets is also known by its secular name; what is that name?

Choose one answer.

a. Yom Teruah

b. Rosh Hoshanah

c. Yom Hazikkharon (Day of Rememberance)

d. Day of the Lord

 

Question 18: Which of the following do NOT have a common emphasis?

Choose one answer.

a. Sabbath

b. Year of Jubilee

c. Sabbatical Year

d. Feast of Tabernacles

e. Rosh Hashanah

 

Question 19: A sabbatical year is made up of how many years?

Choose one answer.

a. 1 Year

b. 7 years

c. 10 years

d. 12 years

 

Question 20: Jesus describes the first 4 Seals of Rev. 6 in Matthew 24 as "the beginning of sorrows", which is followed by the Abomination of Desolation and the Great Tribulation.  What event describes what follows this, as mentioned in Rev. 8-16?

Choose one answer.

a. Day of the Lord and His wrath

b. The Great White Throne Judgment

c. The Year of Jubilee

d. The Days of Awe

 

Feast of Tabernacles – Quiz  #10

Question 1:   In 445 B.C., an order was given by a Babylonian king to a Hebrew in captivity to return to rebuild Jerusalem.  Who was the king and who was the Hebrew captive?  [Choose TWO]

Choose at least one answer.

1. Ezra

2. Nehemiah

3. Artexerxes

4. Darius

 

Question 2:   The Feast of Tabernacles starts 5 days after what other feast?

Choose one answer.

a. Jubilee on Tishri 11

b. Feast of Booths on Tishri 15

c. The Feast of Trumpets on Tishri 1

d. The Feast of Atonement on Tishri 10

 

Question 3:   In 445 B.C., an order was given by a Babylonian king to a Hebrew in captivity to return to rebuild Jerusalem.  What prophecy was fulfilled by this order?

Choose one answer.

a. Daniel 9:24-25

b. Daniel 11:12

c. Daniel 2:10

d. Daniel 1:4

 

Question 4:   The Feast of Tabernacles is the 7th Feast of the Lord.  It is also known by all of the following names EXCEPT one, which is not one of its names?

Choose one answer.

a. Sukkot

b. Booths

c. Feast of Ingathering

d. Ha Olam

 

Question 5:   In Daniel 9:24-27, God states that He has determined / covenanted with Israel and the City of Jerusalem for 70 periods of seven.  God then states that 69 periods of 7 would occur from the time that the order was given by Artexerxes in 445 B.C. to Nehemiah to return and rebuild Jerusalem until the Coming of Messiah.  This prophecy was fulfilled by Jesus' First Coming.  Then in verse 27, God confirms His covenant with Israel and the City of Jerusalem for 1 period of seven.  What Hebrew word is translated to the word "confirm" rather than "make" in verse 27?

Choose one answer.

a. Ebrah

b. Gabar

c. Hametz

d. Maror

 

Question 6:   God said "Be ye holy for I AM holy".  When God said "For I AM Holy", the Hebrew word is an adjective describing the essence of God.  Then God said "Be ye holy",  a verb which means 'to be set apart'.  Which of the 2 statements are correct [Choose TWO]    

Choose at least one answer.

a. Gadosh is the verb

b. Gadosh is the Adjective

c. Gadash is the Adjective

d. Gadash is the Verb

 

Question 7:   Jesus declared, "I am the Light of the world", then later declared "for those who believe in Me, out of his innermost being will flow rivers of living water".  What feast are these 2 statements associated with?

Choose one answer.

a. Feast of Atonement

b. Year of Jubilee

c. Shavuot

d. Feast of Ingathering

 

Question 8:   Scripture speaks of 2 basic types of sacrifices offered to God; blood sacrifices, representing atonement for sin, and burnt & grain offerings (not blood sacrifices) of praise and commitment to God. Daniel prophesied that the antichrist's actions during the Tribulation Period would "cause the sacrifices and offerings to cease". In which Scripture is this prophecy found?

Choose one answer.

1. Daniel 9:24

2. Daniel 9:25

3. Daniel 9:26

4. Daniel 9:27

 

Question 9:   All of the following (EXCEPT One) were known for their supervision of the building or rebuilding of the construction on the Temple Mount or City of Jerusalem.  Which one was NOT one of these?

Choose one answer.

a. Solomon

b. Zerubbabel

c. Ezra

d. Herod

 

Question 10: Psalms 120-134 are sung during the Feast of Tabernacles and are most closely associated with which of the following?

Choose one answer.

a. The ascent to the Mount of Olives

b. The ascent to Jerusalem

c. The ascent of the Levitical Steps from the Court of the Israelites to the Court of the Priests

d. The ascent of the steps leading to the So. end of Temple Mount

 

Question 11: Psalms 113-118 are recited in celebration during the Feast of Tabernacles.  In what other circumstance or feast are these Psalms also applied?

Choose at least one answer.

a. Feast of Atonement

b. Year of Jubilee

c. Feast of Trumpets

d. Feast of Passover Seder

 

Question 12: The 2nd Temple Period includes which of the following?  [Choose one or more]

Choose at least one answer.

a. Solomon's Temple

b. Zerubbabel's Temple

c. Herod's Temple

d. Ezekiel's Temple

 

Question 13:

The term 'Solemn Appointed Times' is most associated with which of the following?

Choose one answer.

a. The Sabbath

b. Feast of Tabernacles

c. All of the Feasts

d. Dedication Ceremonies

 

Question 14: Which songs are used during the celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles?

Choose one answer.

a. The Hallel Psalms (113-118)

b. The Psalms of Ascent (120-134)

c. The Psalms of Ascent 120-134 & Hallel Psalms 113-118

d. The Psalms of Ascent 120-130 & Hallel Psalms 113-115

 

Question 15: During Jesus' last Feast of Tabernacles, 2 symbolic ritual ceremonies were performed, which Jesus referenced Himself as their fulfillment; what were these ceremonies?

Choose one answer.

a. Water Pouring & Water Baptism Ceremonies

b. Lighting of the Menorah & the Light Ceremony

c. Water Pouring & Light Ceremonies

d. Ceremony of the Ascent & Temple Offerings

 

Question 16: The Feast of Tabernacles is most closely associated with which book and chapters of Scripture?

Choose one answer.

a. Revelation 20-21

b. Revelation 21-22

c. Ezekiel 37

d. Leviticus 24

 

Question 17: 'To be holy' means for us to be set apart from the things of this world as a time of oneness with God.  Which commandment best exemplifies this definition?

Choose one answer.

a. The 3rd Commandment

b. The 4th Commandment

c. The first Commandment

d. The Second Commandment

 

Question 18: According to Daniel Chapter 8, the lineage of the antichrist was initiated by the little horn, who began the Seleucid Empire which included Antiochus IV 'Epiphanes', desecrator of the Jewish Temple in 165 B.C.  How many days were prophesied until the sanctuary would be cleansed?

Choose one answer.

a. 2200 Days from 281 BC

b. 2300 Days from 281 BC

c. 2400 Days from 281 B.C.

d. 7 years from 281 B.C.

 

Question 19: What portion(s) of Scripture describe a future heavenly temple?

Choose at least one answer.

a. Ezekiel 40-48

b. Ezekiel 38-39

c. Revelation 20-21

d. Revelation 21-22

 

Question 20: Ezekiel 44:1-3 states that "...the East gate (Herod's temple) will remain shut because the Lord has entered by it....and He shall enter by the way of the porch of that gate...". Ezekiel's vision continues by also describing a heavenly temple, much like that seen by John in Rev.21-22. What type of temple(s) is Ezekiel prophesying in chapters 40-45 & 46-48?

Choose at least one answer.

a. Both a physical and a spiritual temple

b. Only a spiritual temple

c. Only a physical temple

d. Herod's temple and a spiritual temple

 

Question 21: Which Scripture(s) support(s) a prophetic future spiritual temple?  [Choose one or more]

Choose at least one answer.

a. "I saw no temple therein, for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are the temple of it." Rev.21:22

b. "The Lord is in His holy Temple; the Lord's throne is in heaven" Ps. 11:4

c. "And another angel came out of the temple, which is in heaven, he also having a sharp sickle" Rev.14:17

d. "The temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in His temple the Ark of His testament" Rev. 11:19

 

Question 22: Which festival is associated with the rededication of the Temple after the Abomination of Desolation performed by Antiochus IV 'Epiphanes' in 165 B.C.?

Choose one answer.

a. The Festival of Maccabbees

b. The Feast of Tabernacles

c. The Feast of Jubilee

d. Hanukkah

 

Question 23: The Greek words naos and hieron are each translated into English as 'temple', yet the emphasis on each term specifies two different sites in what we think of as the Temple Mount. Which of the following locations are associated with the word "naos"?

Choose one answer.

a. The temple buildings

b. The temple courtyards

c. Areas of sacrificial offerings in the Court of the Priests

d. The Holy of Holies

 

Question 24: The period of time of repentance is most associated with which of the following?

Choose at least one answer.

a. The Days of Awe

b. Feast of Trumpets

c. Day of Judgment

d. Feast of Atonement

 

Question 25: Choose which of the temples were completed on the following dates?

Choose at least one answer.

a. Solomon's Temple - 960 B.C.

b. Zerubbabel's Temple - 516 B.C.

c. Zerubbabel's Temple - 536 B.C.

d. Solomon's Temple - 966 B.C.