A. Hannah and Peninnah. B. Merab and Michal. C. Phinehas and Hophni. #1. 1:2 – Elkanah had two wives. Their names were?. Round 1. A. Silver or gold. B. Ten sons. C. I am to Peninnah. #2. 1:8—Elkanah said to Hannah, “Am I not better to you than ______?”. Round 1.
B. Merab and Michal
C. Phinehas and Hophni
1:2 – Elkanah had two wives. Their names were?
B. Ten sons
C. I am to Peninnah
1:8—Elkanah said to Hannah, “Am I not better to you than ______?”
B. Wore a linen ephod
C. Followed in his footsteps
2:12—The sons of Eli
B. Elkanah and Peninnah
C. A man of God
2:27—Who came to Eli?
2:3—The LORD is the God of _____
A. The 1st time
B. The 3rd time
C. The 2nd time
3:8—When did Eli perceive that the LORD had called the boy (Samuel)?
4:3—The elders of Israel said let us bring the ark to us from where
B. Joel and Abijah
C. 85 men who wore a linen ephod
4:11—The ark of God was captured and these died.
B. “The glory has departed from Israel.”
C. It was his uncle’s name.
4:21—How was the name Ichabod chosen?
B. The hill of God by the Philistine garrison
C. By Rachel’s tomb in the territory of Benjamin at Zelzah
10:2—Where would Saul find two men who would tell him the donkeys were found?
B. The righteous acts of the LORD
C. Whether or not he had taken bribes
12:7— About what did Samuel reason with the people before the LORD?
B. As a father
C. A man of God, an honorable man
9:6—How was Samuel described?
B. In truth, with all their heart
C. They were not to let their right hand know what their left hand did.
12:24—How did Samuel tell Israel to serve the LORD?
B. The tumors might cease
C. The thunder might stop
6:5-6—If the Philistines gave glory to the God of Israel, what might happen?
A. Gilgal their land.
7:7-—Where did the lords of the Philistines go up against Israel when they heard the children of Israel gathered there?
A. 5 golden tumors & 5 golden rats their land.
B. The behavior of the king who would reign over them
C. The head of Goliath
8:9—What was Samuel to show the people?
A. Young women going out to draw water their land.
B. The servant of Samuel
C. Joel and Abijah
9:11—To whom did Saul and his servant say, “Is the seer here?”
A. The Full Moon their land.
B. The lamp of God in the tabernacle
C. Eli’s eyes
3:2— What had grown dim?
A. A vessel without any bread their land.
B. His sword
C. One-fourth of a shekel of silver
9:8—What did Saul’s servant say he had at hand?
A. The word of the LORD their land.
B. Rain at the wheat harvest
C. An honest man
3:1—What was rare in those days?
A. The bows of the mighty men their land.
B. Eli’s neck
C. The new cart
2:4—What was broken?
B. Yes, he saw them with a 3-pronged fleshhook.
C. No, he did not know.
2:22—Did Eli know his sons were corrupt?
A. 4,000 their land.
4:2—How many men of the army in the field were killed between Ebenezer and Aphek?
A. Phinehas their land.
2:18—Who ministered before the LORD, even as a child?
A. 20 years their land.
B. 98 years
C. 40 years
4:18—How long had Eli judged Israel?