God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Listen, Lord—A Prayer

1. Where is the speaker going in the first stanza of 'Listen, Lord'?
(a) To Hell.
(b) To church.
(c) To God.
(d) To work.

2. In 'Listen, Lord,' what emotional position is the speaker in during the first stanza?
(a) A powerful position.
(b) A happy position.
(c) A sad position.
(d) A humble position

3. What is 'Listen, Lord' about?
(a) A prayer.
(b) A psalm.
(c) A hymn.
(d) A chat.

4. What does the speaker ask God for in 'Listen, Lord'?
(a) Money.
(b) Help.
(c) Freedom.
(d) Food.

5. In 'Listen, Lord,' what does the speaker want the congregation to realize?
(a) They are pious.
(b) They are lucky.
(c) They are kind.
(d) They are smaller then God.

6. How does the speaker describe God in the poem 'Listen, Lord'?
(a) Non-existant.
(b) Big.
(c) Small.
(d) Friendly.

7. How does the speaker describe the congregation in 'Listen, Lord'?
(a) As empty pitchers.
(b) As full plates.
(c) As empty plates.
(d) As full pitchers.

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