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.
A. Hannah and Peninnah
B. Merab and Michal
C. Phinehas and Hophni
1:2 – Elkanah had two wives. Their names were?
A. Silver or gold
B. Ten sons
C. I am to Peninnah
1:8—Elkanah said to Hannah, “Am I not better to you than ______?”
A. Were corrupt
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
A. Hophni and Phinehas
B. Joel and Abijah
C. 85 men who wore a linen ephod
4:11—The ark of God was captured and these died.
A. It was his grandfather’s name.
B. “The glory has departed from Israel.”
C. It was his uncle’s name.
4:21—How was the name Ichabod chosen?
A. At the terebinth tree of Tabor
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?
A. The behavior of royalty
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?
A. As a seer
B. As a father
C. A man of God, an honorable man
9:6—How was Samuel described?
A. Without ceasing
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?
A. He might lighten His hand from them, their gods, and their land.
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?
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
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
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
B. The lamp of God in the tabernacle
C. Eli’s eyes
3:2— What had grown dim?
A. A vessel without any bread
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
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
B. Eli’s neck
C. The new cart
2:4—What was broken?
A. Yes, he heard everything his sons did to all Israel.
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?
4:2—How many men of the army in the field were killed between Ebenezer and Aphek?
2:18—Who ministered before the LORD, even as a child?
A. 20 years
B. 98 years
C. 40 years
4:18—How long had Eli judged Israel?