Liberty BIBL 104 Quiz 4 Answers Complete Solutions
According to Lamentations, Jerusalem’s fate was worse than that of Sodom.
Amos opened his book of prophecies with the startling image of God as a ___________. Rather than protecting them, Yahweh would roar out in judgment against them.
God’s promise in Jeremiah 29:11 (“For I know the plans I have for you . . . to give you a future and a hope) addresses the impending exile and the future restoration of Judah because God loved His people with an eternal love.
During an extravagant banquet Belshazzar desecrated the temple vessels taken from Jerusalem.
Daniel’s three friends were Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah.
In Isaiah, Christ is pictured as the true vine.
According to Micah, because the rich deprived the poor of their land, the Lord would now do the same to them.
The book of Lamentations is an anonymous composition but early tradition identifies ___________ as the author of the book.
Micah was a prophet in Judah and a contemporary of the prophet ________.
Isaiah ministered in to the southern two tribes known as Judah.
Amos concluded his prophecies of unrelenting judgment with a message of hope concerning Israel’s future restoration. God promised:
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Habakkuk was a contemporary of
One poem in Lamentations portrays Jerusalem as a grieving widow mourning her destruction.
Obadiah announced that God would judge ____________ because of their participation with the southern kingdom of Judah’s enemies in the plundering of Jerusalem.
The book of Nahum is a message against _____________.
Amos compared the wealthy women of Samaria to well-fed cattle in that they oppressed the poor and were consumed with their own selfish pleasures.
The Lord commissioned Isaiah as a prophet in the year of King Uzziah’s death.
In Isaiah, Christ is pictured as the bread of life.
According to the textbook, the key word(s) for the book of Lamentations is Faithful love which means chêsêd in Hebrew.
Ezekiel’s role as a Prophet is compared to the work of a “_____________.”
Hosea charged Israel with three separate indictments. One of these indictments indicated that “They have broken the covenant; they were unfaithful to me there.” (Hos. 6:7)
Jonah’s prayer in Jonah 2:1-10 closely follows the form of a songs of confession in the Psalms – where the worshipper confesses a sin to God and asks for a specific act of deliverance.
In Malachi, God denounces His people by raising the question of
Amos was a prophet to the southern kingdom of Judah.
The king and people of Nineveh took Jonah’s warning of destruction seriously and expressed their repentance by fasting from food and drink, wearing sackcloth, crying out to God, and turning from their violent behavior.
Zephaniah highlights the judgment of God by detailing how God will reverse his work of creation and destroy all living things.
Lamentations 1–4 are acrostic poems.
The story of Jonah is a reminder that the Lord’s plan of salvation extends beyond Israel to include all the nations, even those who were Israel’s greatest enemies.
Micah likened the greed and disregard of Israel’s leaders for the poor to cannibals that chopped the people up and made them into stew.