Test One
1. Moses was keeping the flock of his father-in-law on Mount
A. Gilboa.
B. Horeb.
C. Nebo.
D. Carmel.

2. The Hebrew midwives refused to kill male children because
A. the Hebrew women prevented them from doing so.
B. they feared God.
C. they were of the same blood with the Hebrew women.
D. they had pity on them.

3. “Who made you a prince and a judge over us?” This statement by the two Hebrews to Moses signifies the
A. recognition of Moses’ divine authority by the Hebrews.
B. recognition of Pharaoh’s authority by the Hebrews.
C. rejection of Moses’ leadership by his people.
D. rejection of Moses’ as an Egyptian.

4. When Pharaoh’s daughter saw Moses in the basket she immediately
A. sent for a nurse for him.
B. called him Moses.
C. had pity on him.
D. called her maids.

5. Which of the following officials were charged by Pharaoh to kill the Hebrew male children?
A. Egyptian physicians.
B. Egyptian task masters.
C. Hebrew midwives.
D. Hebrew physicians.

6. Moses run away from Egypt because he
A. did not want to be brought up in Egyptian circles.
B. could no longer bear the famine in the land.
C. heard a divine call.
D. feared that the news of his act of murder would reach the king

7. Aaron accompanied Moses to Pharaoh because
A. Aaron was a Levite.
B. Aaron was bolder than Moses.
C. Moses was deficient in speech.
D. Moses wanted Aaron to be his witness before Pharaoh.

8. Moses experienced the burning bush that was not consumed at
A. Horeb.
B. Bethel.
C. Nebo.
D. Meriba.

9. When Moses brought the people of Israel out to meet God on Mount Sinai, the Mount was wrapped in smoke because
A. God kindled a fire on it.
B. the Israelites set up fire round about the Mount.
C. the Lord descended upon it with fire.
D. there was an earthquake on the Mount.

10. Who among the following did God direct Moses to appoint as his successor?
A. Caleb.
B. Aaron.
C. Eleazar.
D. Joshua.

Test Two
1. The name Moses means
A. baptized in water.
B. abandoned in water.
C. drawn out of water.
D. washed in water.

2. Moses was nursed by
A. Pharaoh’s daughter.
B. Rachael.
C. his mother.
D. Rebecca.

3. The priest of Midian gave Moses, his daughter,
A. Shipphrah
B. Zipporah.
C. Puah.
D. Gershom.

4. What was Moses’ reaction when God called him to liberate his people from Egypt?
A. He was afraid of being punished for his previous offense.
B. His people would think he was too young to lead them.
C. His people would not listen to him.
D. His father-in-law would not allow him to go.

5. The wife of Moses was called
A. Rebecca
B. Rachael
C. Zipporah
D. Deborah

6. Moses was born at a period when the Hebrews were
A. suffering
B. increasing
C. backsliding
D. rejoicing

7.  When the Israelites decided to return to Egypt following the disheartening reports of the spies, they were opposed by
A. Moses and Aaron.
B. Moses and Caleb
C. Joshua and Caleb.
D. Joshua and Aaron

8. Who among the following did God direct Moses to appoint as his successor?
A. Caleb
B. Eleazer
C. Joshua
D. Aaron

9. How did Moses prove his leadership quality when God threatened anyone that sinned? He
A. forgave them
B. atoned for their sin
C. punish them himself
D. reprimanded them

10. Pharaoh’s horsemen and his army overtook the fleeing Hebrews encamped by the See at
A. Migdol
B. Etham
C. Pihariroth
D. Meriba