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Questions about the Book of First Samuel

First Samuel is the ninth book of the bible. The books of First Samuel and Second Samuel are counted as one book in the Hebrew Bible. Although First Samuel begins with the life of Samuel, it tells more about David than about Samuel. The book records Samuel’s life, Saul’s life, and David’s anointing and his early years. First Samuel can be divided into three parts: 1) The youth and Judgeship of Samuel, 2) The anointing and rejection of Saul as King of Israel, 3) The parallel lives of Saul and David to the death of Saul. The author of this book is unknown. Listed below are questions on the book of First Samuel. These questions can be used for Sunday school or bible study to help all young converts study the scriptures and may God bless you always.

I Samuel Chapter 1

1) Give the name of the man who was from Ramathaimzophim. (I Samuel 1:1)

2) What Mount was located near Ramathoim-Zophim? (I Samuel 1:1)

3) Who was Elkanah’s father? (I Samuel 1:1)

4) Who was the father of Jeroham? (I Samuel 1:1)

5) Who was the son of Tohu? (I Samuel 1:1)

6) Who was the father of Zuph? (I Samuel 1:1)

7) In the lineage of Elkanah who is designated as an Ephraimite? (I Samuel 1:1)

8) Give the lineage of Elkanah, There are five names. (I Samuel 1:1)

9) How many wives did Elkanah have? (I Samuel 1:2)

10) Give the names of Elkanah’s wives. (I Samuel 1:2)

11) Which of Elkanah’s wives had no children? (I Samuel 1:2)

12) To what place did Elkanah go yearly to worship and to sacrifice unto the Lord of hosts? (I Samuel 1:3)

13) Give the names of Eli’s (High Priest) two sons. (I Samuel 1:3)

14) What did Elkanah give to Peninnah his wife, sons and daughters when he went to Shiloh to worship? (I Samuel 1:4)

15) Because of Elkanah’s love for Hannah what did he give her when he went to Shiloh to worship? (I Samuel 1:5)

16) Who had shut up Hannah’s womb? (I Samuel 1:5)

17) Who provoked Hannah year by year and caused her to fret when they went to Shiloh to worship? (I Samuel 1:6-7)

18) What two things does Hannah do when she is provoked because she bares no children? (I Samuel 1:7)

19) Whose words are these “Am not I better to thee than ten sons”? (I Samuel 1:8)

20) Who was sitting on a seat by a post of the temple when Hannah prayed unto the Lord? (I Samuel 1:9-10)

21) As Hannah prayed for a son she was in bitterness of soul. What else did she do? (I Samuel 1:10-11)

22) When Hannah vowed a vow unto the Lord what two things did she promise if the Lord would give her a man child? (I Samuel 1:11)

23) Who marked Hannah’s mouth as she was praying for a son? (I Samuel 1:12)

24) What did Eli think as he saw Hannah’s lips move as she was praying but heard no voice? (I Samuel 1:13)

25) What question does Eli ask Hannah when he thought she was drunk? (I Samuel 1:14)

26) What advice does Eli give Hannah when he thought she was drunk? (I Samuel 1:14)

27) When Hannah denies to Eli that she is not drunk but a woman of a sorrowful spirit what does she say she has poured out before the Lord? (I Samuel 1:15)

28) Hannah asks Eli not to count thine handmaid for a daughter of whom? (I Samuel 1:16)

29) Hannah did not speak from the abundance of strong drink but the abundance of what two things when Eli thought she was drunk? (I Samuel 1:16)

30) Who said to Hannah “Go in peace: and the God of Israel grant thee thy petition that thou hast asked of him”? (I Samuel 1:17)

31) When Hannah went her way from Eli, she ate. Now describe her countenance. (I Samuel 1:18)

32) When Elkanah and Hannah returned to their house in Ramah: the Lord remembered her and she bore a son. Give his name? (I Samuel 1:19-20)

33) What reason does Hannah give for naming her son Samuel? (I Samuel 1:20)

34) After Samuel’s birth who did not go to Shiloh with Elkanah when he went up to offer unto the Lord the yearly sacrifice and his vow? (I Samuel 1:21-22)

35) When does Hannah say she will bring Samuel that he may appear before the Lord and there abide forever? (I Samuel 1:22)

36) Who said to Hannah “Do what seemeth thee good; tarry until thou have weaned him; only the Lord establish his word”? (I Samuel 1:23)

37) When Hannah had weaned Samuel and brought him to the house of the Lord in Shiloh name in detail the other things she also took. (I Samuel 1:24)

38) What was slain as Samuel was brought to Eli? (I Samuel 1:25)

39) For how long does Hannah lend Samuel to the Lord? (I Samuel 1:28)

I Samuel Chapter 2

1) When Hannah brought Samuel to the Lord in Shiloh to live in her prayer in who does her heart rejoiceth? (I Samuel 2:1)

2) What is exalted in the Lord in Hannah’s prayer (or song of thanksgiving) when she brought Samuel to the Lord at Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:1)

3) In Hannah’s “song of thanksgiving” or prayer after Samuel’s birth, what does she say is “enlarged over mine enemies “? (I Samuel 2:1)

4) What reason does Hannah give for saying “My heart rejoiceth in the Lord, mine horn is exalted in the lord, my mouth is enlarged over mine enemies?” (I Samuel 2:1)

5) Who said, “There is none holy as the Lord: for there is none beside thee: neither is there any rock like our God”? (I Samuel 2:1-2)

6) How does Hannah say not to talk in her “song of thanksgiving” or prayer? (I Samuel 2:3)

7) In Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving after Samuel’s birth what does not come out of her mouth? (I Samuel 2:3)

8) Since the Lord is a God of knowledge what is weighed by him? (I Samuel 2:3)

9) In Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving the bows of whom are broken? (I Samuel 2:4)

10) “They that stumbled are girded with what” in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:4)

11) In Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving, “They that were full have hired out themselves for what; and they that were hungry ceased.”? (I Samuel 2:5)

12) In what condition is she that hath many children in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:5)

13) Who kills and who makes alive in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:6)

14) Who brings down to the grave and brings up in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:6)

16) From what does the Lord raise the poor in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:8)

17) The Lord makes poor and rich. Who bringeth law, and lifted up in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:7)

18) Who does the Lord lift from the dunghill in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:8)

19) In Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving where is the Lord able to set the poor and what can He make them inherit? (I Samuel 2:8)

20) The pillars of the earth are the Lord’s. What has he set on the pillars in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:8)

21) In Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving the Lord will keep the feet of whom? (I Samuel 2:9)

22) Who shall be silent in darkness in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:9)

23) By what shall no man prevail in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:9)

24) Who “shall be broken to pieces” in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:10)

25) In Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving from where shall the Lord thunder upon his adversaries? (I Samuel 2:10)

26) The Lord shall judge the ends of what in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:10)

27) To whom does the Lord give strength and exalt the horn of his anointed in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:10)

28) Give two things the Lord will do for his King in Hannah’s prayer of thanksgiving? (I Samuel 2:10)

29) Who did not return to Ramah with Elkanah after Hannah’s prayer in Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:11)

30) Before whom did Samuel minister unto the Lord in Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:11)

31) Eli’s sons were called sons of whom because they knew not the Lord? (I Samuel 2:12)

32) Why was the sons of Eli called the sons of Belial? (I Samuel 2:12)

33) As the people were offering sacrifice and while flesh was in the seething who came with a flesh hook of three teeth in his hand? (I Samuel 2:13)

34) Name the four vessels mentioned that were used for seething the flesh of sacrifices at Shiloh. (I Samuel 2:14)

35) What kind of flesh did the priest’s servant ask the people for before the fat was burned during the sacrifice at Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:15)

35) The priests insisted on raw flesh instead of what kind of flesh during the sacrifice at Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:15)

36) What threat did the priests use against a man insisted the fat should be burned first and then the priest could take as much as they desired of the sacrifice at Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:16)

37) Why was the sin of the young men (priests) very great before the Lord at Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:17)

38) With what was the child Samuel girded as he ministered before the Lord? (I Samuel 2:18)

39) Who gave Samuel a little coat yearly when they came to offer sacrifice at Shiloh? (I Samuel 2:19)

40) Who blessed Elkanah and Hannah saying, “The Lord give thee seed of this woman for the loan which is lent to the Lord.”? (I Samuel 2:20)

41) Beside Samuel, how many sons and daughters did Hannah bare? (I Samuel 2:21)

42) At an old age Eli heard that his sons misused the sacrifices at Shiloh. What did his sons do at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation? (I Samuel 2:22)

43) What does Eli tell his wicked sons they cause the Lord’s people to do? (I Samuel 2:24)

44) Who told Eli of the evil dealings of his sons? (I Samuel 2:23)

45) Eli asked his wicked sons, “If one man sin against another, the judge shall judge him: but if a man sin against the Lord who shall do what for him?” (I Samuel 2:25)

46) Whose sons would the Lord kill, since they refused to listen to their father’s voice? (I Samuel 2:25)

47) As the child Samuel grew up he was in favor with both the people and who else? (I Samuel 2:26)

48) Who came to Eli and reminded him that God had chosen his ancestors out of all the tribes of Israel to be his priests? (I Samuel 2:27-28)

49) The man of God asked Eli, why he kicked at my sacrifice and offering and honored who above God? (I Samuel 2:29)

50) The man of God told Eli “but now the Lord saith, be it far from me; for them that honored me I will honor, and they that despise me shall be lightly what?” (I Samuel 2:30)

51) The man of God who came to Eli prophesied five things against him and his house. Name them. (I Samuel 2:31-33)

52) As a special sign that the man of God, who came to Eli, was no imposter, what unusual thing does he say will happen to Eli’s two sons (Hophni and Phinehas)? (I Samuel 2:34)

53) The man of God prophesied to Eli that God would raise up a faithful what who would do that which was in his heart and mind? (I Samuel 2:35)

54) The faithful priest that God would raise up (instead of Eli) what would God build for him according to the man of God when he spoke to Eli? (I Samuel 2:35)

54) What does the man of God who came to Eli say “that everyone that is left in thine house shall come and crouch to him for? (I Samuel 2:36)

I Samuel Chapter 3

1)Why was the word of the Lord precious when the child Samuel ministered unto the Lord before Eli? (I Samuel 3:1)

2)When Eli grew old and his eyes were dim and as he and Samuel were sleeping what happened to the lamp of God located where the ark was? (I Samuel 3:2-3)

3)Who called Samuel the night the lamp of God went out as Samuel and Eli were asleep? (I Samuel 3:3-4)

4) Who said, “Here am I” when the Lord called when the lamp of God went out? (I Samuel 3:4)

5) Who did Samuel think called him the night the lamp of God went out? (I Samuel 3:5)

6) How many times did Samuel think Eli called him the night the lamp of God went out before Eli perceived the Lord had called the child? (I Samuel 3:8)

7) Who said, “Speak for thy servant heareth”? (I Samuel 3:10)

8) Who said, “Behold, I will do a thing in Israel, at which both the ears of everyone that heareth shall tingle” and to whom? (I Samuel 3:11)

9)What father knew of his sons iniquity and vileness and because he restrained them not who was punished by God? (I Samuel 3:12)

10) The Lord told Samuel the iniquity of Eli’s house shall not forever be purged with two things. Name them. (I Samuel 3:14)

11) Samuel feared to show whom his vision when the Lord appeared in the night? (I Samuel 3:15)

12) When Eli requested of Samuel the words of the Lord what punishment did Eli wish on Samuel if he hid the words from him? (I Samuel 3:17)

13) When Samuel told Eli every whit and hid nothing of the Lord’s words concerning Eli in his vision, quote Eli’s words. (I Samuel 3:18)

14) Who let none of the Lord’s word fall to the ground as he grew up? (I Samuel 3:19)

15) Give the extent of the territory involved in knowing Samuel was established to be a prophet of the Lord. (I Samuel 3:20)

16) When the Lord appeared again in Shiloh to Samuel and revealed himself to him, what means did the Lord use? (I Samuel 3:21)

I Samuel Chapter 4

1)When Israel went out to battle the Philistines where did they pitch (camp) and where were the Philistines camped? (I Samuel 4:1)

2) How many Israelites did the Philistines slay at Ebenezer and Aphek? (I Samuel 4:2)

3) What article of the tabernacle in Shiloh did the elders of Israel send for thinking it would save them from the Philistines? (I Samuel 4:4)

4) Between what did the ark of covenant dwell in the tabernacle at Shiloh? (I Samuel 4:4)

5) The sight of the Ark of the Covenant in Ebenezer caused the Israelitee to react how? (I Samuel 4:5)

6) Who said, “What meaneth the noise of this great shout in the camp of the Hebrews”? (I Samuel 4:6)

7) When the Philistines realized the Ark of the Lord was in Israel’s camp, how did they react? (I Samuel 4:7)

8)Who did these Philistines say was in the camp of Israel when the Ark was brought to Ebenezer and “woe unto us”? (I Samuel 4:7)

9)What reason did the Philistines have for saying “Woe unto us, who shall deliver us out of the hand of these mighty Gods” at Aphek? (I Samuel 4:8)

10) At Aphek the Philistines overcame their panic and sounded the battle cry “Be strong, and quit yourselves like men (act like men) and fight.” For what reason? (I Samuel 4:9)

11) In spite of having the Ark with them how many footmen of Israel did the Philistine’s slay the second time at Ebenezer and Aphek? (I Samuel 4:10)

12) What happened to the Israelites who were not killed in the second battle with the Philistines? (I Samuel 4:10)

13) What happened to the Ark of God in the second battle with the Philistines? (I Samuel 4:11)

14) Whose two sons were killed in the second battle as predicted? (I Samuel 4:11)

15) Who left the army and went to Shiloh with dirt on his head and torn clothes with news of the battle? (I Samuel 4:12)

16) When the man of Benjamin returned with news of the battle front who was sitting upon a seat by the wayside with troubled heart over the Ark of God? (I Samuel 4:12-13)

17) How old was Eli when he received news from the battlefront? (I Samuel 4:15)

18) As predicted at 98 what was the condition of Eli’s eyes when the news of battle came to him? (I Samuel 4:15)

19) What happened to Eli when he heard of the slaughter of Israelites, his son’s death and the Ark of God was taken? (I Samuel 4:17-18)

20) How long did Eli judge Israel, according to this verse? (I Samuel 4:18)

21) Give three things that caused Phinehas’s pregnant wife to deliver her child? (I Samuel 4:19)

22) Give three reasons that Phinehas’s wife named her son lchabod. (I Samuel 4:21)

23) Who said “The glory is departed from Israel for the Ark of God is taken.” (I Samuel 4:22)

I Samuel Chapter 5

1) The Philistines took the Ark from Ebenezer and took it where? (I Samuel 5:1)

2) Into whose house was the Ark placed in Ashdod? (I Samuel 5:2)

3) Early next morning after placing the ark in the house of Dagon, describe Dagon’s condition„ There are three. (I Samuel 5:4)

4) Give two groups who never again crossed the threshold of Dagon’s house when he fell before the Ark of God. (I Samuel 5:5)

5) What physical ailment were the people of Ashdod afflicted by the hand of God because the Ark of Covenant was there? (I Samuel 5:6)

6) Where did lords of the Philistines in Ashdod decide to send the Ark of God after they were afflicted with emerods in Ashdod? (I Samuel 5:8)

7) How did God afflict the people of Gath because of the Ark in this verse? (I Samuel 5:9)

8) From Gath where did the Philistines next take the Ark of God? (I Samuel 5:10)

9) What did the people of Ekron cry out when the Ark was brought to their city? (I Samuel 5:10)

10) The hand of God was very heavy against the men in the city of Ekron. Give the two ways God punished them because of the Ark. (I Samuel 5:11-12)

I Samuel Chapter 6

1) How long was the Ark of God in the land of the Philistines, according to verse one of this book? (I Samuel 6:1)

2) What two groups of people were called together by the Philistines to determine what to do with the Ark? (I Samuel 6:2)

3) When the Philistines possessed the Ark of God they were smitten with emerods and death. What else was smitten? (I Samuel 6:5)

4) The Priests and Diviners of the Philistines advised the people to send the Ark away. How were they not to send it? (I Samuel 6:3)

5) What kind of offering did the priests and diviners advise the Philistines to return when they sent the Ark away from them? (I Samuel 6:3)

6) What was the answer the priests and diviners gave the Philistines when they were asked “What shall be the trespass offering which we will give to hi m?”? (I Samuel 6:4)

7) When the priests end diviners of the Philistines instructed the people to make images of emerods and mice and give glory unto the God of Israel name three places they were in hopes God would “lighten’ his hand” from. (I Samuel 6:5)

8) The priests and diviners of the Philistines warned against hardening their hearts as what nationality and kings in letting the Ark return to its own people? (I Samuel 6:6)

9) What kind of cart was used to take the ark of God away from the Philistines? (I Samuel 6:7-8)

10) What was used to pull the new cart with the Ark of God on it? (I Samuel 6:7-8)

11) What had never been used on the two milch kine that pulled the cart on which the Ark of God was placed? (I Samuel 6:7-8)

12) What was brought home from the two milch kine that pulled the cart on which the Ark was placed? (I Samuel 6:7-8)

13) What was placed in a coffer on the new cart beside the Ark of God? (I Samuel 6:8)

14) If the milch kine went straight to Bethshemesh with the new cart, turning neither right nor left, leaving their calves behind, what would it prove to the Philistines? (I Samuel 6:5-13)

15) The kine took the straight way to Bethshemesh with the cart. What were they doing as they went? (I Samuel 6:12)

16) Who followed the milch kine and new cart as they traveled to Bethshemesh? (I Samuel 6:12)

17) The people of Bethshemesh were reaping wheat in the valley when they saw the ark of God. What was their reaction? (I Samuel 6:13)

18) Into whose field did the cart with the Ark come to a stop? (I Samuel 6:14)

19) What object was in the field of Joshua? (I Samuel 6:14)

20) What did the people of Bethshemesh do with the wood of the cart and the kine when the Ark came to them? (I Samuel 6:14)

21) What did the Levites place on the great stone in Joshua’s field when the Ark came to Bethsemesh? There are two. (I Samuel 6:15)

22) How many lords of the Philistines watched as the men of Bethshemesh offered burnt offerings and sacrifices when the ark was returned? (I Samuel 6:16)

23) There were five golden emerods the Philistines returned as a trespass offering and they represented the lords of five of their chief cities. Name the five. (I Samuel 6:17)

24) The golden mice placed in the coffer as the ark of God returned to Bethshemesh represented two things belonging to the five lords of the Philistines. Name them. (I Samuel 6:18)

25) Why did God smite the men of Bethshemesh while the Ark was there? (I Samuel 6:19)

26) How many men of Bethshemesh were slain by God because they looked into the Ark? (I Samuel 6:19)

27) After the great slaughter of the men of Bethshemesh what did the people say? (I Samuel 6:20)

28) The men of Bethshemesh sent messengers to whom requesting they come and “fetch” the Ark? (I Samuel 6:21)

I Samuel Chapter 7

1) Into whose house at Kiriathjearim was the Ark brought from Bethshemesh? (I Samuel 7:1)

2) Abingdon’s son was sanctified (set apart) to keep the Ark of God. Name him. (I Samuel 7:1)

3) How many years did the ark of God remain in the house of Abinadab? (I Samuel 7:2)

4) Give five conditions Samuel tells the people of Israel that God will deliver them from the Philistines. (I Samuel 7:3)

5) Upon the instruction of Samuel give the names of the two gods the people of Israel put away and served the Lord only. (I Samuel 7:4)

6) Give the name of the place where the people of Israel gathered, drew water and poured it out before the Lord, fasted, admitted their sins and Samuel prayed unto God and judged the children of Israel? (I Samuel 7:5-6)

7) Who came up against the children of Israel at Mizpeh? (I Samuel 7:7)

8) When the Philistines came against the children of Israel at Mizpeh to battle, Samuel did two things for Israel seeking the help of the Lord. Name them. (I Samuel 7:8-9)

9) Samuel offered the Iamb unto God at Mizpeh the Philistines drew near to do battle. What did the Lord do? (I Samuel 7:9-10)

10) What two effects did the thunder of God have on the Philistines at Mizpeh? (I Samuel 7:10)

11) From Mizpeh to what place did the men of Israel pursue and smite the Philistines? (I Samuel 7:11)

12) Samuel set a stone between Mizpeh and Shen. Give its name. (I Samuel 7:12)

13) The Philistines were subdued at Mizpeh and never battled the Israelites as long as who lived? (I Samuel 7:13)

14) What was restored to Israel that the Philistine’s had taken from them after the battle at Mizpeh? (I Samuel 7:14)

15) Who judged Israel all the days of his life? (I Samuel 7:15)

16) Give Samuel’s residence, according to this verse. (I Samuel 7:17)

17) Give four cities in which Samuel judged each year. (I Samuel 7:16-17)

18) From the following list choose where Samuel built an altar unto the Lord: 1. Bethel, 2. Gilgal, 3. Ramah, 4, Mizpeh? (I Samuel 7:17)

I Samuel Chapter 8

1) At an old age Samuel made who judges over Israel? (I Samuel 8:1)

2) Can you give the name of Samuel’s firstborn, according to verse two of this book? (I Samuel 8:2)

3) Can you give the name of Samuel’s second son in verse two? (I Samuel 8:2)

4) Where did Joe and Abijah judge, according to verse two of this book? (I Samuel 8:2)

5) Joel and Abijah in Beersheba “walked not in his ways, but turned aside after” what? (I Samuel 8:3)

6) When Joel and Abijah judged in Beersheba what two things did they do? (I Samuel 8:3)

7) Give the place where the eiders of Israel came to Samuel requesting a king. (I Samuel 8:4-5)

8) Who did the people want to be like when they asked for a king to judge them? (I Samuel 8:5)

9) Give three reasons the elders of Israel requested a king from Samuel at Ramah. (I Samuel 8:4-5)

10) What was Samuel’s reaction at the request for a king to rule Israel? (I Samuel 8:6)

11) Who told Samuel to listen to the voice of the people when they asked for a king? (I Samuel 8:7)

12) The Lord told Samuel the people had not rejected Samuel in their request of a king. Who had the people rejected to rule over them? (I Samuel 8:7)

13) What two things does the Lord tell Samuel the people of Israel have done since he brought them out of Egypt even to this present day? (I Samuel 8:8)

14) Upon request for a king for Israel the Lord instructed Samuel to listen to the people’s voice. What two things must Samuel do? (I Samuel 8:9)

I Samuel Chapter 9

1) What tribe of Israel was Saul a member of in verses one through two of this book? (I Samuel 9:1-2)

2) Kish was a Benjamite, a mighty man of power. Whose father was he in these verses? (I Samuel 9:1-2)

3) In Samuel’s day who was the best looking and head and shoulders taller than anyone of Israel? (I Samuel 9:2)

4) Can you give the names of the places through which Saul and his servant passed while seeking Kish’s lost animals? (I Samuel 9:4)

5) Saul and his servant were in what land when Saul thought they should return to his father even though they had not found the lost animals? (I Samuel 9:5)

6) To whom did Saul and his servant decide to go in hopes of receiving information concerning the lost animals while they were in the land of Zuph? (I Samuel 9:6-15)

7) Since Saul and his servant had no food (bread) to give the prophet of God (Samuel) what did they determine to give him for the information concerning the lost animals. (I Samuel 9:7-8)

8) What reason did the young maidens give Saul for the seer’s presence in their city when they went seeking the lost animals? (I Samuel 9:12)

9) The young maidens advised Saul and his servant to go into the city and find Samuel (seer, prophet) before he went where and did what? (I Samuel 9:11-15)

10) Who chose Saul to reign as captain and king over his people? (I Samuel 9:16-17)

11) With whom did Saul eat in the “high place” and also spent the night? (I Samuel 9:19)

12) How many days had the animals been lost when Saul met Samuel? (I Samuel 9:20)

13) Which tribe of Israel was the smallest? (I Samuel 9:21)

14) Whose family was the least in the tribe of Benjamin? (I Samuel 9:21)

15) How many guests (persons) ate in the “high place” with Samuel? (I Samuel 9:22)

16) Who occupied the chief fest place during the meal with Samuel in the “high place”? (I Samuel 9:22)

17) How do we know Samuel was expecting Saul as a guest for the meal in the “high place”? (I Samuel 9:23-24)

18) After the meal in the “high place” where in the city did Samuel commune with Saul? (I Samuel 9:25)

19) As Saul and Samuel rose early and walked to the edge of the city that was bidden to pass on so Samuel could speak the words of God privately to Saul? (I Samuel 9:26-27)

I Samuel Chapter 10

1) When Samuel anointed Saul privately to be captain over the Lord’s inheritance what and where was used in the anointing? (I Samuel 10:1)

2) As Saul departed from Samuel after his private anointing how many men at Zeizah would tell Saul the animals were found? (I Samuel 10:2)

3) Where would Saul find the two men who would say the animals were found? (I Samuel 10:2)

4) Rachel’s sepulcher was located in the border of Benjamin at where? (I Samuel 10:2)

5) Saul was gone so long his father Kish ceased caring for the animals and sorrowed for whom? (I Samuel 10:2)

6) As Saul departed from Samuel after his private anointing as king what did Samuel say Saul would meet in the plain of Tabor and where were they going? (I Samuel 10:3)

7) Give the items the three men in the plain of Tabor would be carrying when Saul met them according to Samuel’s prediction. (I Samuel 10:3)

8) How many of the three loaves of bread did Samuel predict to Saul the men in the plain of Tabor would give him? (I Samuel 10:3-4)

9) As Saul departed from Samuel after Saul’s private anointing what does Samuel foretell Saul would meet on the “hill of God, where is garrison of the Philistines”? (I Samuel 10:5)

10) Of whom was it said “The Spirit of the Lord will come upon thee, and thou shall prophesy with them, and shall be turned into another man”. (I Samuel 10:6)

11) Where did Samuel tell Saul to go and how long to wait for him as Saul departed after his private anointing as captain of (Israel? (I Samuel 10:8)

12) Name the two kinds of sacrifices Samuel desires to make at Gilgal where Saul was to tarry for seven days? (I Samuel 10:8)

13) As Saul turned his back upon Samuel to leave him after his private anointing what did God give Saul? (I Samuel 10:9)

14) How much time was required for all of Samuel’s predictions concerning Samuel to occur after Saul’s private anointing? (I Samuel 10:9)

15) When Saul in reality met the company of prophets as Samuel foretold what did he do among them? (I Samuel 10:10)

16) What gave Saul the ability to prophesy among the prophets? (I Samuel 10:10)

17) Give the words of the proverb when the people witnessed Saul prophesying with the company of prophets? (I Samuel 10:12)

18) Saul told his uncle about searching for the lost animals and about Samuel telling him where they could be found. What does Saul fail to tell his uncle? (I Samuel 10:14-17)

19) After his private anointing Saul went to Gilgal to wait for Samuel. Where did Samuel go and call the people together? (I Samuel 10:17)

20) When Samuel called the people of Israel together at Mizpeh he said to them, thus saith the Lord, I brought up Israel out of Egypt and ail kingdoms that oppress you, you have rejected God saying “Nay, but set what over us”? (I Samuel 10:18-19)

21) By what two ways does Samuel request the people of Israel to present them selves when choosing a king? (I Samuel 10:19)

22) What tribe was taken when choosing a King for Israel, according to verse twenty? (I Samuel 10:20)

23) What family was taken when choosing a king for Israel at Mizpeh? (I Samuel 10:21)

24) Who could not be found when a king was chosen for Israel in verse twenty-one? (I Samuel 10:21)

25) Who told the people Saul’s hiding place when he was chosen to be king over Israel? (I Samuel 10:22)

26) What did the people of Israel shout when Saul was presented as the king the Lord had chosen? (I Samuel 10:24)

27) After Saul was chosen, king, Samuel told the people the “manner of the kingdom” where did he write it or lay it? (I Samuel 10:25)

28) After Saul was chosen king of Israel he went home to Gibeah. Who went with him? (I Samuel 10:26)

29) What had God done for the band of men who went home to Gibeah with Saul? (I Samuel 10:26)

30) Who said, “How shall this man save us” when Saul was chosen king of Israel? (I Samuel 10:27)

31) The “children of Belial” despised Saul and brought him no what? (I Samuel 10:27)

I Samuel Chapter 11

1) Give the nationality of Nahash, according to verse one of this book? (I Samuel 11:1)

2) When Nahash, the Ammonite came to battle against the Israelites at Jabesh‑Glead what did the men of Jabesh want to make and what did they agree to do? (I Samuel 11:1)

3) On what condition does Nahash agree to make a covenant with the people of Jabesh-Gilead? (I Samuel 11:2)

4) How many days truce did the men of Jabesh request from Nahash for the purpose of securing reinforcements instead of agreeing to allow Nahash to put out their right eyes? (I Samuel 11:3)

5) How did the people of Israel at Gibeah react when the messengers from Jabesh told them the conditions at Jabesh -Gilead? (I Samuel 11:4)

6) Saul’s anger was kindled by whom when he heard the news from Jabesh-Gilead? (I Samuel 11:5-6)

7) What did Saul use to summon all Israel to battle against Nahash and what threat did he use if they failed to answer the summons? (I Samuel 11:7)

8) How many men of Judah answered Saul’s summons to war against Nahash? (I Samuel 11:8)

9) Saul divided the men of Israel into how many companies when they slew the Ammonites until the heat of the day in the battle at Jabesh-Gilead? (I Samuel 11:11)

10) To what extent were the Ammonites destroyed by Israel at Jabesh-Gilead? (I Samuel 11:11)

11) After the victory at Jabesh-Gilead what did the people want to do with the men who said, “Shall Saul reign over us?” (I Samuel 11:12)

12) What reason does Saul give for not killing the men who did not want Saul as king after the victory at Jabesh-Gilead? (I Samuel 11:13)

13) After the victory at Jabesh-Gilead where does Samuel gather the people of Israel for the purpose of renewing the kingdom? (I Samuel 11:14)

14) After the victory at Jabesh-Gilead all the people went to Gilgal and made Saul king and rejoiced. What kind of sacrifice was offered before the Lord? (I Samuel 11:15)

I Samuel Chapter 12

1) In Samuel’s address to the Israelites at Gilgal, what does he agree to do if he has been guilty of any dishonesty in his life time? (I Samuel 12:1-4)

2) In Samuel’s address to the Israelites at Gilgal, what was the people’s response when he said, “The Lord is witness against you, and his anointed is witness this day, that you have not found anything in my hand?” (I Samuel 12:5)

3) In Samuel’s address to the Israelites at Gilgal, who does he say the Lord advanced and brought their fathers out of Egypt? (I Samuel 12:6)

4) Who said “Now, therefore, stand still, that I may reason with you before the Lord of all the righteous acts of the Lord”? (I Samuel 12:7)

5) When Samuel addressed the Israelites at Gilgal into whose hand did he say the Lord sold them when they forgot the Lord? There are three. (I Samuel 12:9)

6) When Samuel addressed the Israelites at Gilgal give the four names of those he said the Lord sent to deliver them from their enemies. (I Samuel 12:11)

7) In Samuel s address to the Israelites at Gilgal what four things does he mention both the king and the people must do in following the Lord? (I Samuel 12:14)

8) Whose hand would be against the Israelites in Samuel’s address at Gilgal if they failed to obey and rebel against the commandments of the Lord? (I Samuel 12:15)

9) What two things did the Lord send when Samuel called upon him to prove the Lord’s displeasure at the Israelites in asking for a king? (I Samuel 12:17-18)

10) When the Lord sent thunder and rain as proof of Israel’s sin in asking for a king whom did the people fear? (I Samuel 12:18)

11) What time of the year did the Lord send thunder and rain as a result of the sin of Israel asking for a king? (I Samuel 12:17)

12) Besides fearing Samuel and the Lord what else did they fear would happen when they added the sin of asking for a king to their other sins? (I Samuel 12:19)

13) All the people of Israel asked whom to pray for them when they realized their sin in asking for a king? (I Samuel 12:19)

14) Finish Samuel’s quote: “Fear not: ye have done all this wickedness: yet turn not aside from following the Lord, but serve the Lord with. ________________________________________“(I Samuel 12:20)

15) According to Samuel give two things of “Vain” that things cannot do. (I Samuel 12:21)

16) For his name’s sake what will the Lord not forsake? (I Samuel 12:22)

17) In Samuel’s address to the Israelites at Gilgal he promises to teach them the “good and right way.” What does he say he would do if he should cease to pray for the people? (I Samuel 12:23)

18) In Samuel’s address to Israel at Gilgal what two classes of people would be consumed if they still do wickedly and fail to serve the Lord with all their hearts? (I Samuel 12:24-25)

I Samuel Chapter 13

1) After Saul had reigned as king for two years, how many men were chosen (drafted) for “military” duty? (I Samuel 13:1-2)

2) How many “soldiers” were with Saul in Mishmash and in Mount Bethel? (I Samuel 13:2)

3) How many “soldiers” were located with Jonathan in Gibeah of Benjamin? (I Samuel 13:2)

4) Who smote the garrison of the Philistines in Geba? (I Samuel 13:3)

5) Who saw to it that the people of his own nation heard that the Philistine’s military post at Geha had been smitten? (I Samuel 13:3)

6) Who held the Israelites in abomination as they gathered together with Saul at Gilgal? (I Samuel 13:4)

7) How many chariots, horsemen and people of the Philistines gathered at Mishmash to battle Saul and Israel at Gilgal? (I Samuel 13:4-5)

8) Mishmash is eastward from where, according to verse five of this book? (I Samuel 13:5)

9) When the men of Israel at Gilgal saw the military strength of the Philistines at Mishmash they were frightened. Name the six places they sought shelter from their enemies. (I Samuel 13:5-7)

10) While some of the frightened Israelites were hiding from the Philistine army at Mishmash, give the condition of the remaining people with Saul at Gilgal. (I Samuel 13:5-7)

11) How many days had Saul waited for Samuel at Gilgal, according to verse eight? (I Samuel 13:8)

12) Who offered a burnt offering and peace offering at Gilgal instead of Samuel the prophet of God? (I Samuel 13:9)

13) Who appeared on the scene as Saul was finishing the burnt offering at Gilgal? (I Samuel 13:10)

14) Saul went out to meet Samuel as he approached him at Gilgal for what reason? (I Samuel 13:10)

15) Give the three reasons Saul gives to Samuel when he asks, “What hast thou done?” when Saul offered the burnt offerings at Gilgal. (I Samuel 13:11)

16) Saul told Samuel at Gilgal he forced himself to offer what at Gilgal before Samuel’s arrival? (I Samuel 13:12)

17) Because of Saul ‘s sin in offering the burnt offering at Gilgal, instead of waiting for Samuel, what does Samuel say will be taken from him and given to a man after the Lord’s own heart? (I Samuel 13:13-14)

18) After Samuel’s prediction of Saul losing the kingdom of Israel and his departure from Gulag to Gibe, Saul numbered the people that were present at Gulag. Give their number. (I Samuel 13:15)

19) Who was Saul’s son, according to verse sixteen of this book? (I Samuel 13:16)

20) After the panic of fear and desertion of the men of Israel, how many companies did the Philistine army form for the purpose of spoiling (looting) the Israelites? (I Samuel 13:17)

21) Give the three names of the territories the Philistines spoiled (looted) after the panic of the Israelites at Gulag? (I Samuel 13:18)

22) The Philistines said, “Lest the Hebrews make them swords and spears” what was not found in all the land of Israel? (I Samuel 13:19)

23) Where did the Israelites go to sharpen every man his share, coulter, ax and mattock? (I Samuel 13:20)

24) None of the people of Israel had a spear or sword to battle with except those with what two people? (I Samuel 13:22)

I Samuel Chapter 14

1) Where was Saul when his son Jonathan said to his armor bearer “Come, let us go over to the Philistine’s garrison”? (I Samuel 14:1-2)

2) How many men were with Saul in the uttermost part of Gibe under a pomegranate tree which is in Migron? (I Samuel 14:2)

3) Who served as priest in Shiloh in the days of Saul” wearing an ephod”? (I Samuel 14:3)

4) Give the two names of the sharp rocks that served as a screen near Gibe where Jonathan and his armor bearer went up against the Philistine garrison at Mishmash? (I Samuel 14:4-5)

5) Who said, “Do all that is in thine heart: turn thee: behold, I am with thee according to thy heart”? (I Samuel 14:7)

6) According to Jonathan if the Philistines said to him and his armor-bearer when they approached the Philistine’s garrison near Gibe “comes up unto us” it would be a sign of what?” (I Samuel 14:10)

7) According to Jonathan’s statement to his armor-bearer if the Phistine’s near Gibe should say as they approached their garrison, “Tarry until we come unto you” What two things would Jonathan do? (I Samuel 14:7-9)

8) What strategy did Jonathan and his armor-bearer use in approaching the Philistines garrison near Gibe? (I Samuel 14:13)

9) How many men did Jonathan and his armor-bearer slain of the Philistine’s near Gibe in the first slaughter? (I Samuel 14:14)

10) How did the Lord help Jonathan and Ha young man where they attacked and slew twenty Philistines near Gibe? (I Samuel 14:14-15)

11) When the earth quaked and Jonathan and his young man slew twenty of the Philistines near Gibeal, the Philistines became so frightened they did what? (I Samuel 14:15-16)

12) Who could see the demonstration of the Philistines fright and killing of one another near Gibe when Jonathan and his young mar attacked them? (I Samuel 14:16)

13) Who ordered a search in the camp of the Israelites when the report of the conflict in the Philistine camp was learned? (I Samuel 14:17)

14) What two people did Saul discover was gone from the Israelite camp at Gibe? (I Samuel 14:17)

15) While at Gibe from whom did Saul request to bring the Ark of God? (I Samuel 14:18)

16) Who rejoined the Hebrews when the Philistines began to lose the battle at Gibe? (I Samuel 14:21-22)

17) In spite of winning the victory over the Philistines at Gibe who was credited with the success of Israel? (I Samuel 14:23)

18) As the battle passed from Gibe-to Bethaven the men of Israel were distressed because of an order from Saul. What was the order? (I Samuel 14:23-24)

19) What was plentiful in the wood the day the battle with the Philistines passed from Gibe to Bethaven? (I Samuel 14:25-26)

20) Who failed to hear Saul charge the people with the oath of not eating food the day the battle passed from Gibe to Bethaven? (I Samuel 14:27)

21) Jonathan felt his father was wrong in charging the people not to eat the day they battled the Philistines starting at Gibe. What does Jonathan say would have been greater? (I Samuel 14:29-30)

22) The Israelites in spite of hunger smote the Philistines from Mishmash to where? (I Samuel 14:31)

23) As the Philistines fled before Israel they took three kinds of animals and ate them. Name them. (I Samuel 14:32)

24) How did the people of Israel sin when they ate the animals of “spoil” from the Philistines when they fought the battle from Mishmash to Aijolon? (I Samuel 14:32) (see Genesis 9:4, Leviticus 3:17, Leviticus 17:10)

25) What two requests did Saul make from the people of Israel when he learned they had sinned in eating the blood of the animals of “spoil” when fighting the Philistines from Mishmash to an Aijolon? (I Samuel 14:35)and(I Samuel 14:33-35)

26) As the sacrifice was offered for the sin of the people of Israel who ate the blood of the animals, what three things does Saul propose to do to the Philistines with the approval of the people? (I Samuel 14:35-36)

27) Who suggested they should seek God’s counsel before going against the Philistines after the children of Israel sinned in eating the blood of the animals of spoil (I Samuel 14:36)

28) As the children of Israel offered sacrifice for their sin of eating blood what was God’s answer to Saul when he asked God if he would deliver the Philistines into their hands? (I Samuel 14:37)

29) When Saul failed to receive an answer from God at the sacrifice for the sin of eating blood who did he instruct to draw nearer to “know and see wherein this sin hath been this day”? (I Sam.14:38)

30) What rash vow did Saul make when he called the chief of the people nearer to him as they sacrificed for the sin of eating blood? (I Samuel 14:39)

31) As the people of Israel stood on one side and Saul and Jonathan on the other, Saul asked God to give a perfect lot. Upon whom did the first lot fall? (I Samuel 14:40-41)

32) When the lot was cast between Saul and Jonathan who was taken? (I Samuel 14:42)

33) Who was willing to die because he tasted a little honey from the end of a rod? (I Samuel 14:43)

34) Who saved Jonathan from death because-Saul–had vowed no-one must eat the day Israel fought the Philistines from Mishmash to Aijalon? (I Samuel 14:44-45)

35) The people of Israel-not only saved Jonathan Ls life, what did they say about his hair. (I Samuel 14:45)

36) Give the list of the enemies of Israel when Saul took over the kingdom of Israel. There are six. (I Samuel 14:47-48)

37) Can you name Saul’s three sons? (I Samuel 14:49)

38) Can you name Saul’s two daughters? (I Samuel 14:49)

39) Can you name Saul’s five children? (I Samuel 14:49)

40) Can you name Saul’s wife? (I Samuel 14:50)

41) Who was the daughter of Ahimaaz? (I Samuel 14:50)

42) Who was Saul’s uncle? (I Samuel 14:50)

43) Who was the son of Ner? (I Samuel 14:50)

44) Who was the captain over Saul’s army? (I Samuel 14:50)

45) Give Saul’s fathers’ name. (I Samuel 14:51)

46) Give the name of Kish’s brother? (I Samuel 14:50-51)

47) Who was Ner’s father? (I Samuel 14:51)

48) Who was the grandfather of Saul and Abner? (I Samuel 14:51)

49) There was war with the Philistines all the days of Saul. What two requirements must a man possess to serve in Saul’s army? (I Samuel 14:52)

I Samuel Chapter 15

1) Who anointed Saul to be king over Israel? (I Samuel 15:1)

2) According to Samuel’s words to Saul, who remembered Amalek and what he did to Israel as Israel came out of Egypt? (I Samuel 15:1-2)

3) As Samuel brought the words of the Lord to Saul to go against Amalek, list those things Saul is to “utterly destroy”. There are eight. (I Samuel 15:3)

4) Give the name of the place Saul mustered his army to go against Amalek. (I Samuel 15:4)

5) How many footmen were gathered at Telaim to go against Amalek by Saul? (I Samuel 15:4)

6) How many men of Judah were numbered by Saul at Telaim to destroy the Amalekites? (I Samuel 15:4)

7) As Saul waited in a valley against a city of Amalek, to whom did he send word to leave the city before it was destroyed because they had shown kindness to the children of Israel as they left Egypt? (I Samuel 15:5-6)

8) How far did Saul smite the Amalekites? (I Samuel 15:7)

9) In spite of the Lord’s command to “utterly destroy” all the Amalekites whom did Saul save alive? (I Samuel 15:8)

10) In spite of the Lord’s command to “utterly destroy” the animals of the Amalekites list what the lost animals Saul saved. There-are four. (I Samuel 15:9)

11) The Lord told Samuel he “repented” that he had made Saul king over Israel. What two reasons does the Lord give Samuel for repenting? (I Samuel 15:10-11)

12) Who grieved and cried unto the Lord all night because of Saul’s failure to follow the Lord’s commands? (I Samuel 15:12)

13) Samuel rose early to meet Saul (after the Lord repented he had made Saul king over Israel) in Carmel. It was reported to Samuel that Saul had set up a place and gone where? (I Samuel 15:12)

14) Give Saul s greeting to Samuel at Gulag after Saul saved Agag and-the best of the animals belonging to Amalekites. (I Samuel 15:12-13)

15) What two things did Samuel hear as Saul greeted him at Gulag after he saved Agag and the best of the animals? (I Samuel 15:14)

16) According to Saul the people spared the best of the oxen and sheep of the Amalekites for what purpose? (I Samuel 15:15)

17) How was Saul in his own sight when the Lord anointed him to be king over Israel’? (I Samuel 15:17)

18) Saul admits to Samuel at Gulag that he saved Agag alive but whom does he say took the spoil, the chief of sheep and oxen for a sacrifice unto the Lord? (I Samuel 15:20-21)

19) According to Samuel’s words to Saul at Gulag, the Lord has greater delight in obedience than in what two things? (I Samuel 15:22)

20) What is better than sacrifice, according to verse twenty-two of this book? (I Samuel 15:22)

21) What price did Saul pay for rejecting the words of the Lord when he saved the king of the Amalekites (Agag) alive along with the best of their animals? (I Samuel 15:23)

22) Saul admits to Samuel he had sinned in saving Agag and the animals. Give his two reasons. (I Samuel 15:24)

23) When Saul admitted his guilt of disobedience in saving Agag and the animals alive, he requested Samuel to turn with me and pardon my sin for what purpose? (I Samuel 15:25)

24) When Samuel refused Saul s request to worship the Lord with him and as Samuel turned to leave what did he do to the skirt of his mantle? (I Samuel 15:25-27)

25) Finish this quote of Samuel’s to Saul at Gulag. “The Lord hath rent the kingdom of Israel from thee this day, and hath given it to a neighbor of thine, that is _____ what?” (I Samuel 15:28)

26) Finish this quote, “the strength of Israel will not lie nor repent for he is not a man that he should.” (I Samuel 15:29)

27) Upon Saul’s second admission of sinning in saving Agag and his request from Samuel in honoring Saul before the elders and people of Israel, they worshipped together. Who did Samuel request they bring to him? (I Samuel 15:30-31)

28) How did Agag approach Samuel in verse thirty-two? (I Samuel 15:32)

29) What did Agag say as he approached Samuel at Gulag? (I Samuel 15:32)

30) Finish this quote of Samuels to Agag, “As thy sword hath made women childless, so shall thy mother be________.” (I Samuel 15:33)

31) What did Samuel do with Agag in Gulag before the Lord? (I Samuel 15:33)

32) After Agag’s death in Gligal, Samuel went to Ramah. Where did Saul go? (I Samuel 15:34)

33) After Agag’s death in Gulag Samuel saw Saul no more until the day of his death; nevertheless, Samuel mourned for Saul. What did the Lord do? (I Samuel 15:35)

I Samuel Chapter 16

1) To whom did the Lord send Samuel with a horn of oil? (I Samuel 16:1)

2) What did Samuel fear when the Lord told him to go to Jesse to choose one of his sons to be king of Israel? (I Samuel 16:1-12)

3) What did the Lord instruct Samuel to take with him along with the horn of oil when he went to Bethlehem to anoint a king of one of Jesse’s sons? (I Samuel 16:1-2)

4) Upon Samuel’s arrival in Bethlehem who trembled and said, “camest thou peaceably?” (I Samuel 16:4)

5) Who did Samuel call to the sacrifice (feast) at Bethlehem besides the elders of the town? (I Samuel 16:4-5)

6) As Samuel looked at Eliab, son of Jesse, the Lord told Samuel he refused him as king of Israel in spite of his countenance and stature for the Lord seeth not as man seeth for man looked on the outward appearance. Where the Lord does looketh? (I Samuel 16:6-7)

7) Of Jesse’s seven sons who passed before Samuel while choosing the next king of Israel, give the three who were actually named. (I Samuel 16:6-10)

8) When the Lord failed to choose from the seven sons of Jesse, what was the youngest son doing? (I Samuel 16:11)

9) Describe the youngest son of Jesse as he appeared before Samuel in Bethlehem. There are three characteristics. (I Samuel 16:11-12)

10) As Samuel anointed David to be king over Israel at Bethlehem, what came upon David? (I Samuel 16:13)

11) The Spirit of the Lord departed from Saul after David’s anointing. What, from the Lord troubled Saul? (I Samuel 16:14)

12) Who suggested to Saul to seek a harpist to play to soothe his evil spirit? (I Samuel 16:15-16)

13) One of Saul’s servants described a son of Jesse who possessed many talents besides that of playing a harp. Name four of them. (I Samuel 16:18)

14) What gifts did Jesse send to King Saul when Saul requested that David come to him? There are three. (I Samuel 16:20)

15) Who became Saul’s armor-bearer in this verse? (I Samuel 16:21)

16) Saul loved David greatly and asked Jesse to let David stay with him. How was Saul refreshed and made well when the evil spirit came upon him? (I Samuel 16:23)

I Samuel Chapter 17

1) Give the two cities in Judah where the Philistines gathered to, battle the Israelites who were located near the valley of Elah. (I Samuel 17:1)

2) Pasdammin is a place in Judah of encounter between David and the Philistines. What was this same place called in I Samuel 17:1) (I Samuel 17:1)

3) Who was a champion of the Philistines gathered at So-coh and Azekah? (I Samuel 17:4)

4) How tall was Goliath, according to verse four? (I Samuel 17:4)

5) What was Goliath’s helmet made of in verse five? (I Samuel 17:5)

6) Goliath was clothed with a coat of mail. Give its weight. (I Samuel 17:5)

7) What was on Goliath’s legs, according to verse six? (I Samuel 17:6)

8) What was between Goliath’s shoulders? (I Samuel 17:6)

9) What was the staff of Goliath’s spear like? (I Samuel 17:7)

10) Give the weight of Goliath’s spear head. (I Samuel 17:7)

11) Who went before Goliath? (I Samuel 17:7)

12) Give a description of Goliath. (I Samuel 17:4-8)

13) Give Goliath’s challenge unto the Army of Israel and the agreement to be reached to the winner of the conflict. (I Samuel 17:8-11)

14) Give two words describing Saul s and Israel’s reaction to Goliath’s challenge. (I Samuel 17:11)

15) Who was David’s father in verse twelve? (I Samuel 17:12)

16) Can you locate Jesse’s residence? (I Samuel 17:12)

17) How many sons did Jesse have, according to verse twelve of this book? (I Samuel 17:12)

18) How many of Jesse’s sons were serving in Saul s army when Goliath challenged Israel? (I Samuel 17:13)

19) Name Jesse’s three sons who were serving in Saul’s army when Goliath challenged Israel. (I Samuel 17:13)

20) Who was Jesse’s youngest son? (I Samuel 17:14)

21) David returned Saul (playing music to soothe Saul) to tend what for his father at Bethlehem? (I Samuel 17:15)

22) How many days did Goliath challenge Israel to duel? (I Samuel 17:16)

23) When Jesse sent David to inquire of the welfare of Eliah, Abinadab and Shammah at the battlefront near the valley of Elah, name the supplies he sent to them and also the gift for the captains in the army of Israel. (I Samuel 17:17-18)

24) As David approached the area of battle with the supplies from Jesse, he came to the trench (field headquarters) what was the “host” going forth to do? (I Samuel 17:20)

25) What did David leave in the hand of the keeper of the carriage (regular custodian) as he ran into the battle area saluting his brethren? (I Samuel 17:22)

26) What three rewards did Saul promise to give the man that killed Goliath? (I Samuel 17:25)

27) Who became angry at David for asking the men of Israel questions concerning Goliath? (I Samuel 17:26-29)

28) Who said, “What shall be done to the man that killeth this Philistine, and taketh away the reproach from Israel? For who is this uncircumcised Philistine, that he should defy the armies of the living God? (I Samuel 17:26)

29) Who sent for David when he heard of David’s questions concerning Goliath? (I Samuel 17:26-31)

30) What was Saul’s answer to David when David offered to fight the Philistine Goliath? (I Samuel 17:32-33)

31) What two animals does David mention to Saul as proof of his ability to go against Goliath? (I Samuel 17:34-35)

32) According to David the Lord delivered him from the paw of the lion and bear and from whose hand will the Lord deliver David. (I Samuel 17:37)

33) Why did David remove Saul’s armor, helmet, coat and mail, and sword, before he went against Goliath? (I Samuel 17:38-39)

34) Name the articles of war David took into battle against Goliath. (I Samuel 17:40)

35) Why did Goliath disdain David when he saw him coming to the duel? (I Samuel 17:41-42)

36) Who said, “Am I a dog that thou comest to me with stones?” (I Samuel 17:43)

37) By what did Goliath curse David? (I Samuel 17:43)

38) What did Goliath threaten to do with David’s flesh? (I Samuel 17:44)

39) Goliath came to the duel with a sword, spear and shield. In whose name did David come to the duel? (I Samuel 17:45)

40) What did David say he would cause all the earth to know when the Lord delivered Goliath into David’s hand? (I Samuel 17:46)

41) What would the assembly know when the Lord delivered Goliath into David’s hand and the carcasses of the Philistines were given to the fowls and wild beasts’? (I Samuel 17:47)

42) Where did the first stone from David’s sling strike Goliath? (I Samuel 17:48-49)

43) How did Goliath fail to the ground when he was struck by David’s stone? (I Samuel 17:49)

44) David killed Goliath with a sling and a stone, what was not in David’s hand? (I Samuel 17:50)

45) When David stood on Goliath’s body and cut off his head with his sword what did the Philistine’s do when they realized their champion was dead? (I Samuel 17:51)

46) After David’s victory over Goliath the men of Israel and Judah chased the Philistines to Shaaraim, Gath and Ekron, as they returned what did the men of Israel spoil? (I Samuel 17:52-53)

47) Where did David take Goliath’s head? (I Samuel 17:54)

48) Where did David put Goliath’s armor? (I Samuel 17:54)

49) As Saul watched David duel Goliath to whom was he speaking when he asked, “Whose son is this youth?” (I Samuel 17:55)

49) What position did Abner hold in Saul’s army, according to verse fifty-five? (I Samuel 17:55)

50) Before whom did David stand with Goliath’s head in his hand when David returned from the slaughter of the Philistines? (I Samuel 17:57)

51) Who was David’s father, according to this verse? (I Samuel 17:58)

I Samuel Chapter 18

1) Whose soul was knit to David’s and who loved David as his own soul? (I Samuel 18:1)

2) After David’s victory over Goliath who took David and did not allow him to return to his father’s house? (I Samuel 18:2)

3) List the apparel and weapons Jonathan gave David as a demonstration of his deep affection for David. (I Samuel 18:3-4)

4) David behaved himself wisely and was accepted by the people of Israel and Saul’s servants, over what did Saul set David? (I Samuel 18:5)

5) Who came out of all the cities to greet Saul and David with timbrels, with joy, and with instruments of music after the duel between David and Goliath? (I Samuel 18:6)

6) As the women meet the men of war as they returned from slaughtering the Philistines, what did they say as they played on their instruments of music? (I Samuel 18:6-7)

7) Saul became displeased and wrath at the women’s song of praise because. David was ascribed ten’ thousands. What did Saul do from that day forward? (I Samuel 18:6-9)

8) The day following Saul’s jealousy over the women’s songs of praise, the evil spirit came upon Saul, Who played music to soothe Saul? (I Samuel 18:10)

9) How many times did Saul attempt to pin David to The wall, with his javelin the day following Saul’s jealousy over the song of praise from the women? (I Samuel 18:11)

10) Who became afraid of David because the Lord was with David and had departed from him? (I Samuel 18:12)

11) Because of Saul’s fear and jealousy of David he removed David from his personal service and demoted him from the rank of being over Israel’s “men of war”‘ and gave him a command over how many men? (I Samuel 18:13)

12) Who was pleased with David because he behaved himself wisely, according to verse fourteen? (I Samuel 18:14)

13) Who loved David because he went out and came in before them, according to verse sixteen? (I Samuel 18:16)

14) Who did Saul offer to David for a wife if David would be valiant and-fight the Lord’s battles? (I Samuel 18:17)

15) Who said, “Who am I? And what is my life, or my father’s family in Israel that I should be son-in-law to the king? (I Samuel 18:18)

16) When David declined the offer of marriage to Merab as being unworthy of the honor. To whom was Merab given in marriage? (I Samuel 18:18-19)

17) When Saul became aware of Michel’s love for David what two reasons does Saul think the marriage would be to his advantage? (I Samuel 18:20-21)

18) Who did Saul send to David with this message, “Behold the King hath delight in thee, and all his servants love thee: now therefore, is the King’s son-in-law.” (I Samuel 18:22)

19) Give three reasons David declined Saul’s second offer of marriage to one of his daughters (Michal) by Saul’s servants, (I Samuel 18:23)

20) Saul did not request a dowry from David when he offered ‘Michal to be David’s wife. What did he request and what did Saul hope would happen to David.”? (I Samuel 18:25)

21) David was pleased with Saul’s request of 100 foreskins of the Philistines: How many Philistines did David slay and brought their foreskins to Saul? (I Samuel 18:26-27)

22) Who became David’s wife? (I Samuel 18:27)

23) Saul became increasingly afraid of David because the Lord was. With David and Michal loved David and Saul became David’s what continually? (I Samuel 18:28-29)

24) Because David behaved himself wisely, list those who. Loved and respected David. (I Samuel 18:5-3 and I Samuel 28-30)

I Samuel Chapter 19

1) When Saul’s plot of death for David failed at the hands of the Philistines, to whom does Saul turn next with his plot? There are two. (I Samuel 19:1)

2) Who advised David to hide in a secret place until morning because of Saul’s plot of death for David? (I Samuel 19:2)

3) Who spoke these words, “Let not the King sin against his Servant, against David; because he hath not sinned against thee, and because his works have been to toward thee very great?” (I Samuel 19:4)

4) To whom was Jonathan speaking when he said, “Wherefore then wilt thou sin against innocent blood, to slay David without cause?” (I Samuel 19:4-6)

5) After Saul’s oath, “as the Lord liveth, he shall not be slain”, David again slew many Philistines and the rest fled and again what came upon Saul as he sat with a javelin in his hand and David played to soothe him? (I Samuel 19:8-9)

6) David escaped from Saul and fled to his house. Who did Saul send to watch David’s house for the purpose of killing David the next morning? (I Samuel 19:10-11)

7) Who said, “If thou save not thy life tonight, tomorrow thou shall be slain.” (I Samuel 19:11)

8) Through what did David escape from his house when Saul’s messengers were watching for Saul? (I Samuel 19-12)

9) What did Michal lie in the bed on a pillow of goat’s hair and cover with a cloth? (I Samuel 19:13)

10) When Saul sent his messengers to take David what did Michal say to them? (I Samuel 19:14)

11) When Saul sent his messengers the second time to take David what was his instructions? (I Samuel 19:15)

12) Who is speaking and to whom. “Why hast thou deceived me so, and sent away mine enemy, that he is escaped?” (I Samuel 19:17)

13) When David escaped from Saul through the window of his house, where did he go and to whom? (I Samuel 19:18)

14) When David went to Samuel in Ramah and related all Saul had done. Where did David and Samuel go to live? (I Samuel 19:18)

15) How many times did Saul send messengers to Naioth to take David and each time they prophesied with Samuel and the company of prophets? (I Samuel 19:20-21)

16) What caused Saul’s messengers to prophesy at Naioth, according to verse twenty? (I Samuel 19:20)

17) Located a great well where Saul himself inquired as to the location of David and Samuel after his messengers prophesied at Naioth? (I Samuel 19:22)

18) What came upon Saul at Sechu and he prophesied from Sechu to Naioth? (I Samuel 19:22-23)

19) How long did Saul prophesy before Samuel at Naioth? (I Samuel 19:24)

I Samuel Chapter 20

1) When David fled from Naioth to whom did he go? (I Samuel 20:1)

2) Who said and to whom: “As the Lord liveth, and as thy soul liveth, there is but a step between me and death.” (I Samuel 20:3)

3) Who was sure his father would do nothing great or small without his son knowing of it? (I Samuel 20:2)

4) To whom was Jonathan speaking when he said, “What so ever thy soul desireth, and I even do it for thee.” (I Samuel 20:4)

5) David proposed to Jonathan to hide in the field rather than attend what with Saul? (I Samuel 20:5)

6) If Saul missed David during the feast of the new moon, where was Jonathan to tell Saul David had gone and for what purpose? (I Samuel 20:6)

7) If Saul reacted to David’s absence from the feast of the new room with anger, what would be determined? (I Samuel 20:7)

8) To whom was David speaking when he said: “if there be in me iniquity, slay me thyself” (I Samuel 20:8)

9) Jonathan agrees with David if Saul’s reaction of David’s absence from the feast of the new moon is favorable and fails to get word to David under what threat? (I Samuel 20:9-14)

10) If Jonathan is convinced that Saul intends to harm David during his absence from the feast of the new moon, Jonathan will tell David. How will he send David away? (I Samuel 20:13)

11) Jonathan and David made a covenant between themselves and their descendants of continued kindnesses. It was stipulated if David broke the covenant who would require it (bring punishment) on David through David’s enemies? (I Samuel 20:14-17)

12) Give the name of a stone near Saul’s house where David was to meet Jonathan after three days of hiding from Saul? (I Samuel 20:19)

13) What was Jonathan to shoot at a mark near the stone Ezel as a signal for David? (I Samuel 20:20)

14) Who sat by Saul’s side at the feast of the new moon? (I Samuel 20:24-25)

15) Whose seat was vacant at Saul’s feast of the new moon? (I Samuel 20:25)

16) On the first day of the feast of the new moon upon seeing David’s absence what did Saul think? (I Samuel 20:26)

17) On the second day of David’s absence from Saul ‘s feast of the new moon and when Jonathan explained to Saul that David was in Bethlehem for the feast Saul became angry. What did Saul cast at Jonathan? (I Samuel 20:27-34)

18) Who said, “Thou son of the perverse rebellious woman, do not I know that thou hast chosen the son of Jesse to thine own confusion, and unto the confusion of thy mother’s nakedness?” (I Samuel 20:30)

19) Who said, “For as long as the son of Jesse liveth upon the ground, thou shall not be established nor thy kingdom. Wherefore, now send and fetch him unto me, for he shall surely die.” (I Samuel 20:31)

20) Who arose from the table in fierce anger and didn’t eat on the second day of the month? (I Samuel 20:34)

21) After Jonathan shot the arrows as a sign to David of Saul’s wrath, he sent the lad into the city with his artillery. Jonathan and David kissed each other and cried. Who exceeded in tears? (I Samuel 20:41)

22) For how long was Jonathan’s and David’s covenant to last? (I Samuel 20:42)

I Samuel Chapter 21

1) Who was a priest at Nob, according to verse one? (I Samuel 21:1)

2) Where did David go when he bide fare well to Jonathan in verse one? (I Samuel 21:1)

3) How many loaves of bread did David ask from Ahimelech, the priest in Nob? (I Samuel 21:3)

4) Ahmelech, priest at Nob, had no common bread to share with David and his young men. What bread did he give David? (I Samuel 21:6)

2) Give the name of Saul’s chiefest herdsmen who was present when Ahimelech gave David the Showbread at Nob. (I Samuel 21:7)

3) David told Ahimelech at Nob the king’s business required such haste he failed to bring what with him? (I Samuel 21:8)

4) What was wrapped in a cloth behind the ephod and David requested Ahimelech to give it to him at Nob? (I Samuel 21:9)

5) David fled from Nob for fear of Saul and went to Gath. Who was king of Gath? (I Samuel 21:10)

6) Who was sore afraid of Achish, king of Gath because his servants remembered the song of victory over Goliath and the Philistines? (I Samuel 21:11-12)

10) Since Achish was a Philistine and thus a friend of Goliath’s what means does David use to divert attention from his ability in combat? (I Samuel 21:13)

11) Give two ways David feigned madness before Achish of Gath? (I Samuel 21:13)

12) Who said, “Have I need of mad men that ye have brought this fellow to play the mad man in my presence?” (I Samuel 21:15)

I Samuel Chapter 22

1) Where did David and his young men go after leaving Achish, the king of Gath? (I Samuel 22:1)

2) List those that joined David at the cave Adullam and David became their captain. There are five. (I Samuel 22:1-2)

3) How many men joined David at the Cave Adullam? (I Samuel 22:2)

4) With whom did David make arrangements for his father and mother to live while he was dwelling in the cave Adullam with 400 men? (I Samuel 22:3-4)

5) Who advised David to leave the cave Adullam and go into the land of Judah? (I Samuel 22:5)

6) Upon God’s advice, David departed Adullam and came into the forest of what? (I Samuel 22:5)

7) Where was Saul abiding when he learned that David and his men were in the forest of Hereth? (I Samuel 22:5)

8) What did Saul have in his hand and who was standing about Saul in Gibe under a tree in Ramah when he learned that David and his men were in the forest of Hereth? (I Samuel 22:6)

9) To whom was Saul speaking when he said: “Hear now, ye Benjamites; will the son of Jesse give everyone of you fields and vineyards, and make you all captains of thousands, and captains of hundreds?” (I Samuel 22:7)

10) What four things did Saul accuse his servants of doing when he was under a tree in Ramah in Gibe when he learned that David and his men were in a forest of Hereth? (I Samuel 22:8)

11) Give the person’s name that was set over Saul’s servants. (I Samuel 22:9)

12) Who informed Saul in Gibe he saw the son of Jesse (David) in Nob with Ahimelech (son of Ahitub) who gave David food and Goliath’s sword? (I Samuel 22:9-10)

13) When Saul called Ahimelech and all the priests of Nob before him in Gibe to whom did Saul especially ask, “Why have ye conspired against me, thou and the son of Jesse, in that thou hast given him bread, and a sword, and hast inquired of God for him, that he should rise against me, to lie in wait, as at this day?” (I Samuel 22:11-12-13)

14) What person spoke the following and to whom: “And who is so faithful among all thy servants as David, which is the king’s son-in-law and goeth at thy bidding, and is honorable in thine house?” (I Samuel 22:14)

15) Who refused to obey Saul is order to slay Ahimelech and the priests of Nob? (I Samuel 22:16-17)

16) Who slew 85 priests of Nob upon command from Saul? (I Samuel 22:18)

17) Not only did Doeg slay 85 priests of Nob. List what else was destroyed in Nob by the sword. There are 7. (I Samuel 22:19)

18) Who took the message of the slaughter at Nob to David? (I Samuel 22:21)

19) Who escaped from the slaughter at Nob by Doeg the Edomite? (I Samuel 22:20)

20) Who was the father of Abiathar? (I Samuel 22:20)

21) Who was the father of Ahimelech? (I Samuel 22:20)

22) Who desired to kill both David and Abiathar? (I Samuel 22:22-23)

23) Who felt responsible for the death of the 85 priests of Nob even though Doeg had killed them? (I Samuel 22:22)

I Samuel Chapter 23

1) Who fought against Keiiah and robbed the threshing floors? (I Samuel 23:1)

2) Who instructed David to smite the Philistines and save Keilah? (I Samuel 23:2)

3) Who said to David, “Behold we be afraid here in Judah: how much more then if we come to Keilah against the armies of the Philistines?” (I Samuel 23:3)

4) Who saved the people of Keilah from the Philistines with the Lord’s help? (I Samuel 23:4-5)

5) When Abiathar fled to David to Keilah what did he bring in his hand? (I Samuel 23:6)

6) Who felt the Lord had delivered David into his hands when David entered the town Keilah which had gates and bars? (I Samuel 23:7)

7) Who told David Saul and his men would come to Keilah against him and also that the men of Keilah would deliver David into Saul’s hand? (I Samuel 23:8-13)

8) How many men did David have with him at Keilah? (I Samuel 23:14)

9) When David fled from Saul at Keilah where did he hide? (I Samuel 23:13-14)

10) Who sought David everyday but God shielded David from him? (I Samuel 23:14)

11) Who visited David in the wood near Ziph, made a covenant with him and said: 1) the hand of Saul shall not find thee, 2) David would be king over Israel, 3) I shall be next to thee, 4) Saul knoweth? (I Samuel 23:15-19)

12) Who brought the message to Saul in Gibe that David was hiding in the hills of Hachilah south of Jeshimon? (I Samuel 23:19)

13) To whom was Saul speaking when he said he would search for David throughout all the thousands of Judah? (I Samuel 23:20-24)

14) Give the reason Saul ceased his chase of David and his men when Saul and his men compassed David and company in the wilderness of Maon? (I Samuel 23:25-28)

15) To what wilderness did David flee when he left the hill of Hachilah south of Jeshiman? (I Samuel 23:24)

16) Give the name given the place where Saul’s chase of David was diverted because of the report of an invasion into the land by the Philistines. (I Samuel 23:27-28)

17) Where did David hide when he left Selahammahlekath, according to these verses? (I Samuel 23:28-29)

I Samuel Chapter 24

1) How many chosen men of Israel did Saul use to seek for David in the wilderness of Engedi? (I Samuel 24:1-2)

2) When Saul came to the sheepcotes and entered a cave that was hidden in its side without Saul’s knowledge? (I Samuel 24:3)

3) Who cut off the skirt of Saul’s robe? (I Samuel 24:4)

4) What reason does David give his men for regretting cutting the skirt from Saul’s robe? (I Samuel 24:5-6)

5) What proof does David give Saul that he refuses to kill Saul and “neither is there evil nor transgression in my hand, I have not sinned against thee; yet thou huntest my soul to take it”? (I Samuel 24:11)

6) What is this quote “Wickedness proceedeth from the wicked”? (I Samuel 24:13)

7) Give two things David mentions to Saul near the cave Engedi when he asked, “After whom is the king of Israel come out?” (I Samuel 24:14)

8) Who said, “The Lord therefore be judge, and judge between me and thee, and see, and plead my cause and deliver me out of thine hand?” (I Samuel 24:15)

9) When David succeeded in making Saul realize he meant him no harm and refused to kill him at the cave at Engedi, Saul lifted up his voice and did what? (I Samuel 24:16)

10) What two things was Saul convinced of at the Cave of Engedi when David refused to take Saul’s life when he had the opportunity? (I Samuel 24:20)

11) Give two things David swore to Saul at the cave at Engedi. (I Samuel 24:21-22)

12) Saul returned home from the cave at Engedi. Where did David and his men go? (I Samuel 24:22)

I Samuel Chapter 25

1) Who died and was buried in his house at Ramah with all of Israel lamenting? (I Samuel 25:1)

2) After Samuel’s death where did David go? (I Samuel 25:1)

3) Give this man’s name. A wealthy man whose possessions were in Carmel and he sheared his sheep there. (I Samuel 25:2-3)

4) How many sheep and goats did Nabal possess? (I Samuel 25:2-3)

5) What was Nabal’s wife name? (I Samuel 25:3)

6) Describe Abigail in two ways. (I Samuel 25:3)

7) Whose house was Nabal of, according to verse three? (I Samuel 25:3)

8) Give the man’s name that was “churlish and evil in his doings”. (I Samuel 25:3)

9) Nabal insulted David when the latter asked for food for his men. What had David and his men dory for Nabal’s men when they kept the sheep? (I Samuel 25:4-17)

10) Who was such a son of Belial that a man cannot speak with him? (I Samuel 25:14-18)

11) How many men does David arm with a sword to go against Nabal and how many does he leave “by the stuff” (I Samuel 25:13)

12) List the items Abigail placed on beasts of burden in hopes of undoing Nabal’s insult to David. (I Samuel 25:18)

13) Who spoke this quote and to whom: “I pray thee, forgive the trespass of thine handmaid: for the Lord will certainly make my lord a sure house; because my lord fighteth the battles of the Lord, and evil hath not been found in thee all thy days”? (I Samuel 25:28)

14) When Abigail returned from her meeting with David in what was Nabal engaged? (I Samuel 25:36)

15) What was Nasal’s reaction the next morning after his drunken feast when Abigail explained his narrow escape from David’s intention of killing all the males of Nabal’s house? (I Samuel 25:37)

16) How many days after Nabal’s drunker feast did the Lord smite him with death? (I Samuel 25:38)

17) David was so grateful to Abigail for keeping him from slaying Nabal and allowing the Lord to return Nabal’s wickedness upon his own head that he asked her to become his what? (I Samuel 25:39)

18) How many damsels did Abigail take with her when she became David’s wife? (I Samuel 25:42)

19) Who became David’s second wife in this verse? (I Samuel 25:42)

20) Who became David’s third wife in this verse? (I Samuel 25:43)

21) To whom had Saul given his daughter Michal (David’s first wife) for a wife? (I Samuel 25:44)

22) Who was Palti’s father, according to this verse? (I Samuel 25:44)

I Samuel Chapter 26

1) Name Saul’s spies who reported to him that David and his men were hiding in the hill of Hachilah in the wilderness of Ziph.(I Samuel 26:1-2)

2) How many chosen men of Israel does Saul use to seek for David in the wilder­ness of Ziph? (I Samuel 26:2)

3) Saul camped in the hill of Hachilah as he searched for David in the wilderness of Ziph, who reported to David, Saul “was come in very deed”? (I Samuel 26:3)

4) When David came to the place where Saul camped who was with Saul besides his 3,000 men of war? (I Samuel 26:4-5)

5) What office did Abner hold in his service for King Saul, according to verse five? (I Samuel 26:5)

6) Name two men that David made the proposal of going near Saul s camp in the wilderness of Ziph and which one volunteered to go? (I Samuel 26:6)

7) Abner and the people lay sleeping around Saul when David and Abishai came by night what was stuck in the ground at Saul’s bolster (pillow)? (I Samuel 26:7)

8) Who assured David it would not require more than one stroke to kill Saul as he lay sleeping? (I Samuel 26:8)

9) Who said, “Destroy him not: for who can stretch far his hand against the Lord’s anointed, and be guiltless?” (I Samuel 26:9)

10) Rather than being personally responsible for Saul’s death what three ways does David tell Abishai this may be accomplished? (I Samuel 26:10)

11) What two objects did David and Abishai take from Saul’s camp rather than slaying him? (I Samuel 26:11-12)

12) Give the reason no one in Saul s camp awakened when David and Abishai took Saul’s spear and cruse of water? (I Samuel 26:12)

13) Who did David chide for being careless in his protection of King Saul from a distant hill? (I Samuel 26:14-17)

14) Who recognized David’s voice as he chided Abner from a nearby hill? (I Samuel 26:17)

15) Who said, “If the Lord have stirred thee up against me, let him accept an offering but if they be children of men, cursed be they before the Lord: for they have driven me out this day from abiding in the inheritance of the Lord, saying, Go, serve other Gods,” and to whom? (I Samuel 26:19)

16) Give the insect and fowl David mentions in Saul’s frantic efforts upon his life and when meant no harm upon the king. (I Samuel 26:20)

17) Who said: “I have played the fool, and have erred exceedingly.” (I Samuel 26:21)

18) (T or F) David personally returned Saul’s spear to him. (I Samuel 26:22)

19) (T or F) The conclusion of David and Saul’s confrontation in the wilderness of Ziph was David went his way and Saul returned to his place. (I Samuel 26:25)

I Samuel Chapter 27

1) After David and Saul parted in the wilderness of Ziph into what land does David flee fro fear of Saul taking his life? (I Samuel 27:1)

2) David and 600 of his men fled unto Achish (son of Maoch). Achish was king of what? (I Samuel 27:2)

3) David’s flight to Achish in Gath of the Philistines, caused Saul to do what? (I Samuel 27:4)

4) Upon David’s request of Achish what city did he give David? (I Samuel 27:6)

5) How long did David reside at Ziklag? (I Samuel 27:7)

6) While living at Ziklag David invaded the Geshurites, Girzites, and Amalekites (friends of the Philistines), Why did David kill both men and women of this territory? (I Samuel 27:8-12)

7) Who believed David had made Israel utterly to abhor him and there fore David would be his servant forever? (I Samuel 27:12)

I Samuel Chapter 28

1) As the Philistines gathered their armies to fight Israel while David lived at Ziklag, who called David to battle with him? (I Samuel 28:1)

2) Achish made David keeper of what as the Philistines prepared to fight Israel? (I Samuel 28:2)

3) Whose death and burial at Ramah had occurred and all Israel lamented as the Philistines prepared to battle? (I Samuel 28:3)

4) Saul knew God did not approve of certain characters and had made an edict that all of them should be banished or killed from the land. Name them. (I Samuel 28:3)

5) The Philistines gathered at Shunem to fight Israel, Where did Saul gather the Israelites? (I Samuel 28:4)

6) When Saul saw the large army of the Philistines at Shunem what was his reaction? (I Samuel 28:5)

7) What three things were silent for Saul when he enquired of the Lord in his fear of the Philistines at Shunem while he was at Gilboa? (I Samuel 28:6)

8) When the Lord failed to answer Saul’ when Israel was camped at Gilboa, and the Philistines at Shumen, in desperation Saul thought of conferring with a woman with a familiar spirit (witch). Give the name of the tower in which she lived. (I Samuel 28:4-8)

9) Who with two men, went by night, disguised to the witch of Endor in verse eight? (I Samuel 28:8)

10) What was the witch of Endor afraid of when disguised Saul asked her to “bring me him up, whom I shall name unto thee”? (I Samuel 28:8-9)

11) Saul assured the witch of Endor no harm would come to her, who did Saul request she raise up? (I Samuel 28:10-11)

12) Who did the witch of Endor actually see and then cried with a loud voice and asked Saul “Why hast thou deceived me, for thou art Saul?” (I Samuel 28:12)

13) Who said and to whom “I saw gods ascending out of the earth.” (I Samuel 28:13)

14) When the witch of Endor described the form of an old man covered with a mantle who did Saul recognize by her description? (I Samuel 28:14)

15) Who said to Saul when Saul visited the witch of Endor “Why hast thou disquieted me, to bring me up?” (I Samuel 28:15)

16) Who does Saul admit has departed from him, neither answers, neither by prophets nor by dreams when he speaks to Samuel at Endor? (I Samuel 28:15)

17) At Endor Samuel tells Saul the Lord has rent what from him and given to David? (I Samuel 28:17)

18) Give two reasons Samuel stated to Saul for God taking the kingdom of Israel from Saul and giving it to David at Endor. (I Samuel 28:17-18)

19) At Endor Samuel predicts the overthrow of Israel into the hands of the Philistines. What does he predict concerning Saul and his sons on the morrow? (I Samuel 28:19)

20) Upon hearing Samuel’s predictions at Endor of the morrow concerning his and his son’s death as well as the Philistines victory over Israel he fell to the ground (fainted?). Why was there no strength in him? (I Samuel 28.20)

21) Who fed Saul a fat calf and unleavened bread at Endor, according to these verses? (I Samuel 28:20-25)

I Samuel Chapter 29

1) As the Philistines gathered their armies at Aphek where had the Israelites pitched in Jezreel? (I Samuel 29:1)

2) Who complained because David and his men were in the reward (rear divisions of the army) with Achish? (I Samuel 29:2-3)

3) Who assured the princes of the Philistines that David had been faultless “these days, or these years”? (I Samuel 29:3)

4) (T or F) The Princes of the Philistines feared David would be their adversary in battle against Israel. (I Samuel 29:4)

5) Finish this quote: “Saul slew his thousands and David his what? (I Samuel 29:5)

6) Who was Achish speaking of when he said, “I know that thou art good in my sight, as an angel of God:” (I Samuel 29:9)

7) (T or F) David was sent back to Ziklag by Achish and not allowed to fight Israel. (I Samuel 29:11 and I Samuel 30:1)

I Samuel Chapter 30

1) When the Princes of the Philistines refused to allow David and his men to fight Israel they reached Ziklag on the third day. Who had invaded the south and what had they done to Ziklag? (I Samuel 30:1)

2) The Amalekites had burned Ziklag what had they done with the women and children? (I Samuel 30:2-3)

3) (T or F) David and his men wept until they were exhausted when they returned to the burned city of Ziklag and their families were captives. (I Samuel 30:3-4)

4) (T or F) David’s two wives Ahinoam and Abigail were not taken captive by the Amalekites. (I Samuel 30:5)

5) Who did the people consider stoning in their grief of losing their families to the Amalekites? (I Samuel 30:6)

6) Who was David’s source of encouragement over the loss of his two wives to the Amalekites? (I Samuel 30:7)

7) David requested Abiathar the priest (Ahimelech s son) to bring what so he could ask the Lord if he should pursue the Amalekites? (I Samuel 30:7-8)

8) Who advised David to pursue the Amalekites and that he would succeed in his objective? (I Samuel 30:8)

9) David took 600 men to pursue the Amalekites who held their family’s captive, because of faintness, how many men were left at the brook Besor? (I Samuel 30:9-10)

10) Give the nationality of a slave left behind by an Amalekite that David and his men came upon in their pursuit to rescue their wives? (I Samuel 30:11-13)

11) Why had the Amalekite master left his Egyptian slave behind? (I Samuel 30:13)

12) How many days had the Egyptian slave been without food and water when David and his men fed him as they pursued the Amaiekites? (I Samuel 30:12)

13) The Egyptian slave of an Amalekite agreed to show David and his men where the Amalekites had fled after looting the land of Philistines and Judah as well as burning Ziklag if David promised to do two things. Name them, (I Samuel 30:14-15)

14) Name three ways the Amalekites were celebrating because of the spoil of Judah and the Philistines when David, his men and the Egyptian slave caught up with them in their flight. (I Samuel 30:16)

15) How many young Amalekites escaped from David and his men and how when David smote them from twilight to evening the next day? (I Samuel 30:17)

16) When David recovered all the Amalekites had taken as spoil’ including his two wives, what did he consider to be his own personal spoil that had belonged to the Amalekites? (I Samuel 30:20)

17) After the victory in battle with the, Amalekites David and his men returned to the brook Besor where 200 of David’s men had stayed with their stuff because of faintness. What did the 400 who had actually fought not want to divide with the 200 and what did they wish to return to them? (I Samuel 30:21-22)

18) Following the argument between David’s men over how the loot from the Amalekites should be divided, state the statute and ordinance that David put into effect. (I Samuel 30:24-25)

19) After the battle with the Amalekites David returned to Ziklag and sent the spoil unto the elders of Judah, his friends and to all places David and his men were in the habit of passing time. Name those receiving the spoil. (I Samuel 30:26-31)

I Samuel Chapter 31

1) What happened to Saul’s three sons, Jonathan, Abinadab, and Melchishua at Mount Gilboa? (I Samuel 31:1-2)

2) Who was “sore wounded” by the archers of the Philistines at Mount Gilboa? (I Samuel 31:3)

3) Who refused to kill Saul with a sword? (I Samuel 31:4)

4) Name two; who committed suicide by falling on his sword. (I Samuel 31:4-5)

5) The death of Saul and his sons caused such dismay among the Israelites they forsook the cities of that section of the country. Who then occupied those cities? (I Samuel 31:7)

6) What two objects were used by the Philistines to publish Saul’s death in the house of their idols and among the people? (I Samuel 31:9)

7) Saul’s armor was placed by the Philistines in whose house? (I Samuel 31:10)

8) Saul’s body was fastened to what wall? (I Samuel 31:10)

9) (T or F) The valiant men of Jabesh-gilead lead went by day and took the body of Saul and his sons from the wall of Bethshan. (I Samuel 31:11-12)

10) Name the four whose bodies were burned and their bones were buried at Jabesh. (I Samuel 31:12-13)

11) How many days did the people of Israel fast over the death of King Saul? (I Samuel 31:13)

Note: I pray that these questions have helped your study and understanding of Gods’ word in the Bible. Please feel free to pass them on to other people if they have helped you.

Your, Brother in Christ

Frank Rose