1999 - JAMB CRS Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1
When Joseph narrated his second dream, he was rebuked by Jacob because the dream would
A
make the brothers all the more jealous
B
subject his parents to his authority
C
make the family harvest sheaves
D
send the family to Egypt as salves
CORRECT OPTION: b
2
When Jacob woke from sleep on his way to Haran, he was afraid and named the place Bethel because he believed that the
A
place was a part of heaven
B
place had a ladder that led to heaven
C
angels of the Lord lived there
D
place was the gate of heaven
CORRECT OPTION: d
3
Deborah was a judge when Israel was under the yoke of
A
Moab
B
Midian
C
Canaan
D
Philistine
CORRECT OPTION: c
4
''Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit....
In the statement above, God made all provision for man to
A
tend and preserve
B
have enough food
C
make a beautiful garden
D
look at and admire
CORRECT OPTION: b
5
The Lord appeared to Abraham and promised his descendants the land of the Canaanites at
A
he Oak of Moreh
B
Mount Sinal
C
the Oaks of Mamre
D
the mountain east of Bethel
CORRECT OPTION: a
6
What did God promise the Israelites after their rescue from Babylon to make them fear Him for ever?
A
a new convenant and a new spirit
B
one heart and one way
C
prosperity and security
D
a new heart and a new life
CORRECT OPTION: a
7
God told Noah that ''Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed;...''Because
A
man is made in God's image
B
man is his brother's keeper
C
blood is the life of man
D
man was the last creature
CORRECT OPTION: a
8
The division of David's kingdom was direct consequence of
A
Absalom's revolt
B
Jeroboam's revolt
C
Solomon's forced labour
D
Rehoboam's unwise decision
CORRECT OPTION: d
9
Abner sent messagers to David at Hebron because he wanted to
A
bring over all Israel to David
B
reconcile Israel with Judah
C
reconcile David with Ishbosheth
D
spy on Hebron and capture it later
CORRECT OPTION: a
10
The final consequence of Saul's disobedience to God was his
A
defeat in battle
B
abandonment by his armour-bearer
C
dethronement by the people
D
death in war front
CORRECT OPTION: d
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