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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. Who says, "Are you, sir, one of David's might men of long ago-one of those men of whom we have heard so much"?
(a) Absalom.
(b) David's grandson.
(c) The old soldier of David.
(d) Saul.

3. In Chapter 11, what is NOT the ideal place for moral building?
(a) Tunnels.
(b) Castles.
(c) Caves.
(d) Kingdoms.

4. What is David's response to Joab asking if he shall stop Absalom in Chapter 23?
(a) David says, "Yes!"
(b) David says, "Let me think about it."
(c) David says, "I already have!"
(d) David says, "No!"

5. According to the author in Chapter 14, what word is NOT found in the vocabulary of fugitives?
(a) God.
(b) Legalism.
(c) Antinomianism.
(d) Loyalty.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who makes himself David's enemy?

2. According to the author, God's gifts __________ be recalled.

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

4. Who is David speaking to when he says, "I have waited, Absalom. I have waited and watched for years"?

5. According to the author in Chapter 17, who did David's grandson serve under?

Short Essay Questions

1. According to the author, why does God give unworthy people His power?

2. According to the author, why does Saul make decisions that can be misleading and dishonorable?

3. Discuss what mothers told their children in the past, according to the author. What do mothers tell their children now?

4. Summarize David's reaction to Absalom holding meetings with David's followers.

5. What was the purpose of the dialogue between the young boy and the guardian in Chapter 19?

6. Briefly discuss Absalom's relationship with his followers as seen in Chapter 20.

7. Briefly examine Absalom's beliefs, as seen in Chapter 21.

8. What is the purpose of Chapter 18 to the reader? Who does the author claim the reader to be: Saul? David? Absalom? Explain.

9. What was the mood at the end of Chapter 17? Explain.

10. Describe Saul before becoming a mad king.

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