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Job Quiz

1) In what land did Job live?

Oz, Id, Uz, or Ur

2) How many children did Job lose in a storm?

6, 8, 10, or 12

3) What kind of disease struck Job?

leprosy, blindness, madness, or boils

4) Who told Job in his troubles to “curse God and die”?

his wife, Eliphaz, Satan, or his servant

5) Who attempted to comfort Job in his distress?

his wife, his friends, God, no one

6) Which of these was not one of Job’s “friends”?

Zophar, Bildad, Elihu, or Eliphaz

7) Job’s friends kept vigil with him in silence for how long?

24 hours, 3 days, 7 days, or 40 days

8) Job opened his mouth and cursed the day. Then what did he wish?

That he could die.
That he could sleep.
That he had never been born.
That he could be healed.

9) How many sons and daughters were born to Job after his sufferings?

5 sons and 3 daughters
7 sons and 3 daughters
3 sons and 5 daughters
10 sons and 10 daughters

10) How much longer did Job live after his sufferings?

85 years, 100 years, 120 years, or 140 years

 

Answers to Job Quiz

1) In what land did Job live?

The correct answer is: Uz. See Job 1:1.

2) How many children did Job lose in a storm?

The correct answer is: 10. See Job 1:2, 18, 19.

3) What kind of disease struck Job?

The correct answer is: boils. See Job 2:7.

4) Who told Job in his troubles to “curse God and die”?

The correct answer is: his wife. See Job 2:9.

5) Who attempted to comfort Job in his distress?

The correct answer is: his friends. See Job 2:11-13.

6) Which of these was not one of Job’s “friends”?

The correct answer is: Elihu. See Job 2:11.

7) Job’s friends kept vigil with him in silence for how long?

The correct answer is: 7 days. See Job 2:13.

8) Job opened his mouth and cursed the day. Then what did he wish?

The correct answer is: that he had never been born. See Job 3:1-3.

9) How many sons and daughters were born to Job after his sufferings?

The correct answer is: 7 sons and 3 daughters. See Job 42:13.

10) How much longer did Job live after his sufferings?

The correct answer is: 140 years. See Job 42:16, 17.