1997 - JAMB CRS Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1
In extolling the sovereignty of God, Amos contrasted Him with the Nile which he described as
A
rising and sinking
B
drying and flooding
C
the source of the waters of the sea
D
the source of Egypt's power
CORRECT OPTION: a
2
By keeping God's covenant, the people of Israel would become
A
the conquerors of nations
B
a nation where God would manifest Himself
C
the inheritors of the earth
D
a kingdom of priests of God
CORRECT OPTION: d
3
According to Jeremiah, the vital element in the new covenant God would make the Jews was that
A
He would bless all nations through the Jews
B
man would be enabled to keep God's law
C
salvation would come through a virgin's seed
D
the individual would be accountable before God
CORRECT OPTION: d
4
Joseph saw his rise to leadership position in Egypt in relation to his brothers as
A
a proof of his superiority over them
B
an opportunity to avenge their evil deeds
C
a time to test their honesty
D
a means of preserving their lives
CORRECT OPTION: d
5
''If you will go with me, I will go'; but if you will not go with me, I will not go''. In the statement above, 'you' refers to
A
God
B
Balaam
C
Deborah
D
Jael
CORRECT OPTION: c
6
The name Ichabod means
A
without glory
B
unfolding glory
C
perpetual glory
D
departed glory
CORRECT OPTION: d
7
How did David perceive that his child from Bathsheba was dead?
A
Bathsheba lamented the loss of her child
B
he saw his servants whispering together
C
he received a message to that effect from Joab
D
God revealed it to him through Nathan
CORRECT OPTION: b
8
''As one falls before the wicked you have fallen'' This is a part of David's lamentation over
A
Absalom
B
Jonathan
C
Abner
D
Saul
CORRECT OPTION: c
9
The mother of the living child asked Solomon to give the child to the other woman because
A
killing the child would serve no useful purpose
B
her heart yearned for the child
C
she was confident that the king would ensure justice
D
she believed the child would recognize her at maturity
CORRECT OPTION: b
10
Hosea's matrimonial experience symbolizes God's intention to
A
reform Israel and make her greater
B
review His covenant with Israel
C
discipline Israel for her infidelity
D
redeem Israel from her unfaithfulness
CORRECT OPTION: d
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