Genesis - Chapter 33 Questions

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Q1.  To whom did Jacob divide the children?

Unto Leah and unto Rachel.

Unto the two handmaids.

All of the above.

 

Q2.  What order did Jacob place the mothers and children?

The handmaids and their children foremost, Leah and her children, Rachel and Joseph hindmost.

Leah and her children foremost, the handmaids and their children, Rachel and Joseph hindmost.

The handmaids and their children foremost, Rachel and Joseph, Leah and her children hindmost.

 

Q3.  How many times did Jacob bow himself to the ground?

Three.

Ten.

Seven.

 

Q4.  What did Esau not do to Jacob?

Embrace him.

Slap him.

Kiss him.

 

Q5.  When Esau asked about Jacob's family how does he describe them?

They are the children which God hath graciously given thy servant.

They are his sons and his wives.

They are his menservants and womenservants.

 

Q6.  Who were the first of Jacob's family to approach Esau?

The handmaidens came near, they and their children.

Leah with her children came near.

Joseph and Rachel came near.

 

Q7.  How did Jacob's family greet Esau?

They fell on his neck.

They embraced him and kissed him.

They bowed themselves.

 

Q8.  What does Jacob tell Esau is meant by all this drove?

These are to find grace in the sight of my lord.

It is a present sent unto my lord.

That I may find grace in thy sight.

 

Q9.  What is Esau's response to Jacobs gift?

Thou hast now done foolishly in so doing.

I have enough, my brother; keep that thou hast unto thyself.

Now will I slay you.

 

Q10.  Why does Jacob say Esau should keep the gift?

I have seen thy face, as though I had seen the face of God, and thou wast pleased with me.

To feed his four hundred men.

Payback for the birthright and blessing he had taken.

 

Q11.  Who has dealt graciously with Jacob?

His father-in-law Laban.

God.

His wives.

 

Q12.  What does Esau suggest for the continued journey?

I will send thee away with mirth, and with songs, with tabret, and with harp.

I will go before thee.

I will send thee away now empty.

 

Q13.  What excuse does Jacob make for not traveling with Esau?

The hollow of Jacob's thigh was out of joint.

The custom of women is upon his wives.

The children are tender, and the flocks and herds with young are with me.

 

Q14.  How does Jacob say he will proceed?

I will steal away unawares.

I will lead on softly, according as the cattle that goeth before me and the children be able to endure.

I shall escape.

 

Q15.  What does Esau offer to do to assist Jacob?

Go out to the field, and bring some venison.

Let me now leave with thee some of the folk that are with me.

Deliver thee, from the hand of thy wives.

 

Q16.  Where does Esau return to?

Succoth.

Shalem.

Seir.

 

Q17.  Where does Jacob journey to and build a house?

Seir.

Succoth.

Padan-aram.

 

Q18.  What city of Shecham does Jacob pitch his tent before?

Seir.

Succoth.

Shalem.

 

Q19.  What did the parcel of a field cost Jacob?

A hundred pieces of money.

His first born son.

Two hundred she goats.

 

Q20.  What did Jacob name the alter he erected?

El-elohe-Israel.

Peniel.

Galeed.

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