Exploring the Biblical meaning of 'Loving Our Neighbors’

Bible Quiz



What kind of Biblical ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ does each of these cases describe? (The answers appear after the last question.)


1. What did Moses tell the Israelites they had to do before "Jehovah your God will bless you and your work?"

                  a. Attend church regularly

                  b. Not curse or swear

                  c. Avoid idolatry

                  d. Help the needy

                  e. Not commit sexual sin

2. What was Israel to do before telling God: "I have not violated or forgotten any of your rules. I have obeyed the Lord my God and have done everything you commanded me. Look down from your holy home in heaven and bless your people and the land you have given us?"

                  a. Attend church regularly

                  b. Not curse or swear

                  c. Help the needy

                  d. Not commit murder

                  e. Abstain from sexual sin

3. "If you do these things, God will shed his own glorious light upon you. He will heal you; your godliness will lead you forward, and goodness will be a shield before you, and the glory of the Lord will protect you from behind. Then, when you call, the Lord will answer."  What things?

                  a. Not committing adultery

                  b. Not taking God’s name in vain

                  c. Avoiding idolatry

                  d. Not practicing homosexuality

                  e. Helping the hungry, cold, poor, destitute and helpless.

4. Israel needed to repent of "terrible deeds" for God to fulfil this promise: "I will deliver this nation and once more give kings to sit on David’s throne, and there shall be prosperity for all."  What deeds?

                  a. Idolatry

                  b. Taking God’s name in vain

                  c. Sexual sin

                  d. Mistreating the needy

                  e. Murder

5.What kind of offering was Paul collecting when he said "God loves a cheerful giver"?

                  a. The church budget

                  b. Sunday School

                  c. The church building fund

                  d. Foreign missions

                  e. Famine relief

6. Of what sin did Job plead his innocence when he said: "How could I face God? What could I say when he questioned me? Rather that than face the judgment sent by God; that I dread more than anything else. For if the majesty of God opposes me, what hope is there?"

                  a. Murder

                  b. Homosexuality

                  c. Cursing God

                  d. Mistreating the poor and needy

                  e. Adultery

7. God destroyed Sodom for five sins, including one of the following. What was it?

                  a. Murder

                  b. Letting the poor and needy suffer

                  c. Homosexuality

                  d. Swearing and cursing

                  e. Adultery

8.God told Israel's leaders "I will destroy the powerful, fat shepherds; I will feed them, yes - feed them punishment!" What sin had they committed?

                  a. Murder and robbery

                  b. Sex sin

                  c. Gambling with tax money

                  d. Neglecting the daily needs of the people

                  e. Violating "insider trading" laws

9. What does this passage say was a reason for Israel's captivity?    "That is why such great wrath came down on them from God. When they cried to me, I turned away. I scattered them as with a whirlwind among the far-off nations. Their land became desolate; none even traveled through it; the Pleasant Land lay bare and blighted."

                  a. Idolatry

                  b. Adultery, fornication, and other sexual sins

                  c. Cursing and swearing

                  d. Mistreating the poor

                  e. Robbery and murder

10. At the Judgment, why did the King tell the nations on his left "Away with you, you cursed ones, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels?"

                  a. Their pride and selfishness

                  b. They were alcoholics

                  c. Their foul language

                  d. They robbed, murdered and gambled

                  e. They failed to help the hungry, poor, and sick

                  f. They were homosexuals



1. d  (Deuteronomy 14:29).

2. c  (Deuteronomy 26:12-15).

3. e  (Isaiah 58:1-12).

4. d  (Jeremiah 22:3-4).

5. e  (2 Corinthians 9:7).

6. d  (Job 31:14-23).

7. b  Ezekiel 16:49-50 says God destroyed Sodom for: (1) pride, (2) laziness, (3) too much food, (4) letting the poor and needy suffer outside her doors, and (5) idolatry.

8. d  (Ezekiel 34:16).

9. d  (Zechariah 7:8-14).

10. e  (Matthew 25:41).




God means it when he says "love your neighbor



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