A Tale of Three Kings Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who became the greatest hymn writer and the greatest comforter of broken hearts?
(a) Abishai.
(b) Gabriel.
(c) David.
(d) God.

2. What does the unidentified figure in Chapter 18 pull out of the chest?
(a) A jacket.
(b) A cape.
(c) A hat.
(d) A pair of boots.

3. The old soldier of David said to David's grandson, "I see you have the ambitions typical of __________."
(a) Adulthood.
(b) Manhood.
(c) Youth.
(d) Maturity.

4. Who is David referring to when he says, "He was great. Great in the eyes of God and men."?
(a) Saul.
(b) Joab.
(c) Jesse.
(d) Absalom.

5. According to the author in Chapter 8, who can tell who is the Lord's anointed?
(a) Gifted people.
(b) Blind people.
(c) Everybody.
(d) Nobody.

6. All of the following locations hide David in Chapter 12, except for which one?
(a) Overgrown leaves.
(b) Watery pits.
(c) Swift feet.
(d) Rivers.

7. What is the author referring to when he says, "My, how certain we mortals can be...of things even angels do not know"?
(a) That the man you are under is God.
(b) That the man you are under is truly from God.
(c) That the man you are under is at best a Saul.
(d) That the man you are under is at best a David.

8. Who is David referring to when he says, "For months, years, perhaps a decade. Perhaps I have known for thirty years"?
(a) That he was really a Saul.
(b) That Absalom was planning to take over Saul's kingdom.
(c) That Absalom was planning to take over David's kingdom.
(d) That Saul was planning to take over David's kingdom.

9. The author states that most of us know at least two men in lineage of David who have been __________ and __________ by other men.
(a) Damned / Crucified.
(b) Exalted / Redeemed.
(c) Favored / Ransomed.
(d) Blessed / Saved.

10. Who comes to speak with David at the beginning of Chapter 22?
(a) Saul.
(b) Joab.
(c) Absalom.
(d) Nathan.

11. Who says, "Look at us. We're animals again. Less than an hour ago you could have freed us all"?
(a) Joab.
(b) Zadok.
(c) Absalom.
(d) David.

12. According to the end of Chapter 21, what is Sage's name?
(a) History.
(b) Saul.
(c) David.
(d) Gabriel.

13. At one meeting, Absalom spoke of the great visions he had for what?
(a) God's kingdom.
(b) David's kingdom.
(c) Solomon's kingdom.
(d) Overthrowing King Saul.

14. The author says in Chapter 18 that you yourself are neither a Saul nor a David, but only what?
(a) A Joab.
(b) A Herod.
(c) A peasant of the realm.
(d) An Absalom.

15. According to the author, God's gifts __________ be recalled.
(a) Will.
(b) Can.
(c) Might.
(d) Cannot.

Short Answer Questions

1. All of the following types of people follow David, except for who?

2. In Chapter 9, what does the author say David's only success is?

3. All of the following are true about Saul, except for which one?

4. All of the following are characteristics of David, as described by an old soldier of David in Chapter 17, except for which one?

5. According to the author in Chapter 16, the passing of time and the behavior of your leader while that time passes reveals a great deal about what?

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