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The Word on the Mountain
(Worksheet 1)

The Shadow of the Mountain

“11 And Moses said unto God, Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt? 12 And he said, Certainly I will be with thee; and this shall be a token unto thee, that I have sent thee: When thou hast brought forth the people out of Egypt, ye shall serve God upon this mountain. 13 And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say unto them? 14 And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you. 15 And God said moreover unto Moses, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, The LORD God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, hath sent me unto you: this is my name for ever, and this is my memorial unto all generations.” (Exodus 3:11-15 AV)




1. Why does our study of Jesus Christ's Sermon on the Mount begin with the study of mountains? (Notes)

A. We must first understand the significance of where the sermon took place
B. Through the deep knowledge of the LORD GOD's mountain, we are able to perceive His mysteries
C. Just as Jesus Christ climbed up into the spiritual realm, it is a fitting way and place to begin a new study of the Word of God
D. All of the above



2. Where did the LORD GOD appear to Abram with a promised inheritance of land to his people? Gen 12:6-8 (1)

A. Plain of Moreh
B. Mountain of Moreh
C. Desert of Moreh
D. Sea of Moreh



3. What did Abram build in Sichem to memorialize where the LORD GOD appeared to him? Gen 12:6-8 (2)

A. A Tabernacle
B. A Temple
C. An Altar
D. A Church



4. What was the plain of Moreh's appearance? Gen 12:6-8 (2)

A. Blowing sand
B. Oak grove
C. Green grasses
D. Cedar forest



5. What is the typological significance of an oak tree in the Word of God? Gen 12:6-8 (Notes)

A. Represents a strong spiritual character
B. Represents a Christian faith
C. Represents a focused life on good works
D. Represents a life of martyrdom



6. What is the typological meaning of a grove in the Word of God? Gen 12:6-8 (Notes)

A. Represents a holy place
B. Represents a man-made place of worship to idols
C. Represents a place of worship to the LORD GOD
D. Represents man's attempt to create a garden to glorify the LORD GOD



7. What did Abram do after building the altar to the LORD GOD in the plain of Moreh? Gen 12:6-8 (3)

A. He removed himself from the plain of Moreh
B. Went to a mountain the east of Bethel
C. Built another altar for the LORD GOD
D. All of the above



8. What was the altar that Abram built on the Mountain for the LORD GOD used for? Gen 12:6-8 (4)

A. To remind the LORD GOD of His promise
B. To call upon the Holy Name of the LORD GOD
C. To bring the LORD GOD from the plain to the mountain
D. To establish the place for a Tabernacle



9. What is the Holy Name of the LORD GOD? Gen 12:6-8 (4)

A. JEHOVAH
B. LORD
C. FATHER
D. GOD



10. What is the meaning of the Holy Name of the LORD GOD? Gen 12:6-8 (4)

A. The Self-Existent or Eternal
B. Father
C. Creator
D. Powerful and All knowing



11. Who chose the location for the promise of inheritance to be delivered to Abram in the plain of Moreh? Gen 12:6-8 (4)

A. The LORD GOD
B. Abram



12. (Personal Contemplation)Why do you think that this place was chosen to deliver the message to Abram? Gen 12:6-8 (4)



13. Who chose to go to the LORD GOD's spiritual realm on the Mountain to build another altar? Gen 12:6-8 (4)

A. The LORD GOD
B. Abram



14. (Personal Contemplation) Why do you think that this place was chosen to call on the LORD GOD? Gen 12:6-8 (4)



15. What message did the angel deliver to Lot in the city of Sodom? Genesis 19:15-22 (5)

A. To repent of his sin and change his ways
B. To escape the city of Sodom before he and his family are consumed by the wicked sins of the city
C. To build an altar to the LORD GOD for his protection
D. To bring his family into the house before the wicked could find them



16. How did Lot respond to the angels warning? Genesis 19:15-22 (5)

A. He lingered in the city
B. He responded quickly and left the city
C. He reacted with anger and attacked the wickedness that placed him in danger
D. He never heard the angels because of his spiritual blindness



17. Why did the angels lead Lot and his family out of the city when he refused to respond to their warning? Genesis 19:15-22 (5)

A. The LORD GOD had mercy on them
B. The LORD GOD wanted to bring them to punishment
C. The LORD GOD wanted to make an example of them
D. The LORD GOD wanted them to perish with the rest of the sinners



18. What did the angels instruct Lot to do when they had removed him from the city of sin? Genesis 19:15-22 (5)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Escape of his life
B. Don't look behind
C. Don't stay in the plain
D. Escape to the mountain



19. Why did the angels give these instructions to Lot concerning his escape from the city? Genesis 19:15-22 (5)

A. So he might be punished for his delay
B. So he might learn a valuable spiritual lesson
C. So he would not be consumed
D. So he could honor them for their direction



20. What did Lot plead with the angels to be allowed to do? Genesis 19:15-22 (6)

A. Flee to a small city nearby
B. Repent of his sins and offer sacrifice
C. Go directly to the Mountain without further instruction
D. Return to his old home in Sodom



21. What argument did Lot give the angels to justify not going to the Mountain as instructed? Genesis 19:15-22 (6)

A. He did not deserve salvation
B. He did not desire salvation
C. The journey to the Mountain would take too long, and evil would overtake him and cause his death
D. The LORD GOD would save him where ever he was, and there was no need to take the journey to the Mountain



22. What did the angel do as a result of Lot's protest? Genesis 19:15-22 (7)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Stopped the planned destruction of the cities
B. Allowed Lot and his family to escape to a nearby town
C. Withheld the destruction of Sodom until Lot and his family had escaped.
D. Praised Lot for his noteworthy spiritual strength



23. What role did the city of Zoar hold in the planned destruction? Genesis 19:15-22 (7)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Zoar was part of the 5 cities group with Sodom and Gomorrah that was slated for destruction
B. Zoar was spared after Lot pleaded for a place of refuge within the borders
C. Zoar was a place of righteousness and sanctuary for weary people of the LORD GOD
D. Zoar was the fortress that protected harm from coming when the destruction of the LORD GOD began
E. Zoar was insignificant


24. What definite ideas of refuge and protection concerning the Mountain of the LORD GOD can be known through study of the plight and flight of Lot? Genesis 19:15-22 (notes)

A. The Mountain of the LORD GOD is the ultimate refuge for His people
B. The LORD GOD may place a refuge in the midst of wickedness for His people to be protected
C. The spiritual realm of the LORD GOD is the protection of His people
D. All of the above



25. Why did Lot finally seek refuge in the Mountain of the LORD GOD? Genesis 19:29-30 (8)

A. He was forced there by the Angel
B. He became anxious during the destruction of the other cities
C. He drifted there naturally, after a very long walk
D. The city of Zoar banned him from entering into their gates



26. What specific purpose did Lot have to go to the Mountain of the LORD? Genesis 19:29-30 (9)

A. To commune with the LORD GOD
B. To elevate himself and his family into the spiritual realm
C. To hide from destruction of the cities around him
D. All of the above



27. What part of the Mountain of the LORD GOD did Lot go? Genesis 19:29-30 (9)

A. To the Glory filled top of the Mountain
B. To the base of the Mountain
C. To a darkened cave within the Mountain
D. To a hole under the Mountain



28. What does light represent in the Word of God? (Notes)

A. Spiritual illumination and enlightenment
B. Spiritual ignorance and obscurity
C. Spiritual apathy and coldness
D. Spiritual glory and power



29. What does darkness represent in the Word of God? (Notes)

A. Spiritual illumination and enlightenment
B. Spiritual ignorance and obscurity
C. Spiritual apathy and coldness
D. Spiritual glory and power



30. (Essay) What spiritual condition did Lot experience while in the cave, on the Mountain of the LORD GOD and why? (Notes)




31. How did the things go for Lot inside that cave? Genesis 19:29-30 (10)

A. He was safe, protected and greatly elevated by the LORD GOD.
B. He was doomed in the darkness of spiritual ignorance to follow after his own desires and agendas
C. He was guided through the darkness by the enlightenment of the LORD GOD
D. He was ashamed and repented of his error in judgment



32. What did the two daughters of Lot do in the cave? Genesis 19:29-30 (10)

A. Made their father drunk with wine
B. Took matters into their own hands
C. Had sexual intercourse with their father
D. All of the above



33. What became of the incestuously conceived son named Moab? Genesis 19:29-30 (10)

A. He became the father of the Moabites
B. He became the father of children of Ammon
C. He became the father of one of the Tribes of Israel
D. He became the father of the Islam religion



34. What became of the incestuously conceived son named Benammi? Genesis 19:29-30 (10)

A. He became the father of the Moabites
B. He became the father of children of Ammon
C. He became the father of one of the Tribes of Israel
D. He became the father of the Islam religion



35. What relationship did the Moabites and the Ammonites have with the Tribes of Israel throughout the Old Testament? Genesis 19-29:30 (10)

A. They became part of the Tribes of Israel
B. They were often in conflict with the Tribes of Israel
C. They made reconciliation and formed great alliances with the Tribes of Israel
D. They helped the Tribes of Israel construct the Temple with their time, energy and money



36. What Mountain of the LORD GOD did Moses come to while leading the flock of Jethro? Exodus 3:1-6 (11)

A. Mt. Sinai
B. Mt. Gilead
C. Mt. Seir
D. Mt. Hor



37. What is the generic name for the Sinaitic mountains? Exodus 3:1-6 (11)

A. Horeb
B. Gilead
C. Hor
D. Seir



38. What kind of land does Mt. Sinai rise above? Exodus 3:1-6 (11)

A. Wild and desolate desert
B. Tame and peaceful valley
C. Prosperous and green plain
D. Powerful and moving water



39. What did Moses find when he went climbed up Mount Sinai? Exodus 3:1-6 (12)

(May be more than one answer)
A. A burning bush
B. Angel of the LORD
C. The LORD GOD
D. Spiritual Realm



40. What did the LORD GOD do when Moses approached Him in the Spiritual Realm of the Mountain? Exodus 3:1-6 (12)

A. He called Moses by name
B. He punished Moses for intruding
C. He left the Mountain to protect Moses
D. He challenged Moses to become a better person through self focus and life goals



41. Why did Moses first climb up into the Spiritual Realm of the LORD GOD? Exodus 3:1-6 (12)

A. Curiosity to see why the fiery bush had not burned
B. Desire for power to be the first man to approach the LORD GOD
C. Hunger and need for the LORD GOD to feed and care for him
D. An inner knowledge that his life needed improvement and motivation to change
E. Tribulations and difficult times gave him no other option but to seek the LORD GOD
F. All of the Above



42. What did the LORD GOD require of Moses as he approached Him in the Spiritual Realm of the Mountain? Exodus 3:1-6 (13)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Become holy and righteous before his approach to the LORD GOD
B. Take off his shoes
C. Do not approach Him past a certain point
D. Offer sacrifice and repent of sins



43. Why were did the LORD GOD restrict Moses as he approached Him? Exodus 3:1-6 (13)

(May be more than one answer)
A. He wanted Moses to know of His Power
B. He wanted Moses to remember his place
C. He wanted Moses to recognize the holiness of His Presence
D. He wanted Moses to revere His Presence
E. He wanted to keep Moses safe from too close of contact with His Holy Presence



44. How did the LORD GOD identify Himself to Moses? Exodus 3:1-6 (14)

A. I am the LORD GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
B. I am your LORD GOD
C. I am the LORD GOD of this Mountain
D. All of the Above



45. What do Chosen people of the LORD GOD do in the Spiritual Realm of the LORD GOD JEHOVAH? Exodus 3:11-15 (15, 16)

A. Serve the LORD GOD
B. Receive the power of gods themselves
C. Receive great riches and recognition for their efforts
D. Receive comfort and love that they have earned



46. When do people belonging to the LORD GOD receive their promised inheritance? Exodus 15:16-17 (17)

A. Upon salvation
B. Upon baptism
C. Upon forgiveness
D. Upon passing over from the natural life of the world, to the Spiritual Realm of the LORD GOD



47. What is part of the promised inheritance of the LORD GOD? Exodus 15:16-17 (18, 19)

A. The world surrounds the Spiritual Realm of the LORD GOD
B. A holy place inside the Spiritual Realm created by the LORD GOD for His people to dwell
C. A place of protection amidst the ruin of the world
D. A place of holy worship within the Land of Israel



48. What realm was Moses in when the LORD GOD spoke to him? Exodus 19:3 (20)

A. Natural Realm
B. Spiritual Realm
C. Kingdom of Heaven Realm
D. Worldly Realm



49. Who can become overpowered in the Spiritual Realm when the LORD GOD speaks? Exodus 20:18-21 (21)

A. Common people
B. Unprepared people
C. People of the flesh
D. All of the above



50. Why does the LORD GOD choose sometimes to partially reveal His great power to His people in the Spiritual Realm? Exodus 20:18-21 (22)

A. To cause them to turn from Him
B. To cause them to fear Him
C. To cause them to love Him
D. To cause them to copy Him



51. Why did the LORD GOD want the Israelites to fear Him? Exodus 20:18-21 (22)

A. To cause them to quit sinning
B. To cause them to run away
C. To cause them to offer sacrifice
D. To cause them to stay loyal to Him



52. What was Moses able to do in the midst of the presence of the LORD GOD in the Spiritual Realm? Exodus 20:18-21 (23)

A. Draw near Him
B. Listen to His voice
C. Take the message of the LORD GOD back to the people so they might Hear His Word
D. All of the above



53. What is a person able to discern about the natural realm while up in the spiritual realm? Numbers 13:17-20 (24)

A. Nature of things in the natural realm
B. Only things spiritual
C. Nothing
D. Only things religious



54. What can a person belonging to the LORD GOD do with the good things of the natural realm? Numbers 13:17-20 (24)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Nothing
B. Bring them into the spiritual realm
C. Dedicate them for use in the spiritual realm
D. Use them only for the things of nature



55. What happens when a sinners goes into the spiritual realm? Numbers 14:40-42 (26)

A. They stand in the presence of the LORD GOD
B. They listen to the commandments of the LORD GOD
C. They are punished by the LORD GOD
D. The LORD GOD does not present Himself to the sinner within the spiritual realm



56. What characteristics does the spiritual realm possess? Deuteronomy 1:19-20 (27)

(May be more than one answer)
A. The spiritual realm is given to mankind by the LORD GOD to access Him
B. The spiritual realm belongs to the LORD GOD
C. The LORD GOD chooses who will possess the spiritual realm
D. The LORD GOD gives the spiritual realm to His people as He Wills



57. What blessing did the LORD GOD bestow upon the Tribe Zebulun? Deuteronomy 33:18-19 (28)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Given a prosperous life on the seas in the natural realm
B. Having the ability to go to the spiritual realm to offer sacrifices of righteousness to the LORD GOD
C. To always walk in the spiritual realm
D. To always stay in the natural realm



58. Why would the Tribe Zebulun want to go to the spiritual realm to offer sacrifices of righteousness to the LORD GOD? Deuteronomy 33:18-19 (28)

A. Because it was commanded by the LORD GOD
B. Because they would be severely punished if they neglected their spiritual obligations
C. Because of His good grace in giving them such a great life of nature
D. Because they were suffering a terrible life in the natural realm



59. What did the LORD GOD show Moses from the mountain top of Nebo? Deuteronomy 34:1-4 (29)

A. The sins of His people
B. The Ten Commandments
C. The golden calf
D. The Promised Land



60. Why did the LORD GOD bring Moses into the spiritual realm on the top of the mountain Nebo? Deuteronomy 34:1-4 (29)

A. To prepare him to set foot in the Promised Land
B. To give him the Ten Commandments
C. To allow him to see the land that had been promised by the LORD GOD
D. All of the above



61. What happens if a Christian takes refuge inside the spiritual realm during persecution? Joshua 2:22-24 (30)

(May be more than one answer)
A. The enemy gains entrace into the Kingdom of God
B. They will be protected within the spiritual realm
C. They will be hidden from the hostile people that are searching for them
D. During persecution, a Christian cannot go to the spiritual realm



62. When did the two men return to the natural life after being high in the spiritual realm on the Mountain? Joshua 2:22-24 (31)

A. Before they descended the spiritual realm
B. After they descended the spiritual realm
C. After they left the spiritual realm completely
D. After they arrived within the natural realm



63. What can be learned from the two men who returned to their natural state before the descended the Mountain? Joshua 2:22-24 (31)

A. The Mountain itself is the spiritual realm
B. The Mountain is the place where the spiritual realm can be accessed by man
C. Transition between the natural and spiritual realm can take place anywhere
D. All of the above



64. What is the process of going between the spiritual realm and the natural realm called? Joshua 2:22-24 (32)

A. Pass over
B. Death
C. Worship
D. Communion



65. How difficult is it for a new believer to move between the natural and spiritual realm? Joshua 2:22-24 (Notes)

A. It is somewhat difficult and must be practiced regularly
B. It is easily learned through the teachings of mainline churches
C. It is easily learned through the study of the Word of God
D. It is impossible for a new believer to be able to travel between the two realms



66. (Essay) Why is it important to return to the natural state once a believer has gone into the spiritual realm? Joshua 2:22-24 (Notes)




67. What changes on people of God when they have been in the spiritual realm and in the presence and protection of the LORD GOD? Joshua 2:22-24 (33)

A. Their countenance
B. Their position
C. Their holiness
D. Their fear



68. What do enemies do when they observe the change of countenance in a person of the LORD GOD who has been to the spiritual realm? Joshua 2:22-24 (33)

A. Ridicule and mock
B. Become faint hearted and disappear
C. Recognize and attack
D. Some of all of the above



69. What types of realms are accessible by people? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Spiritual
B. Natural
C. Wilderness
D. All of the above



70. Does Israel also contain the same realms accessible by people in the other places of life? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Yes
B. No



71. What represents the spiritual realm in the Word of God? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Mountains
B. Valley
C. Wilderness
D. All of the above



72. What represents the natural realm within the shadow of the LORD GOD? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Mountains
B. Valley
C. Wilderness
D. All of the above



73. What represents the natural life experience with the complete absence of the LORD GOD? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Mountains
B. Valley
C. Wilderness
D. All of the above



74. What character does the mountain possess for the righteous people of God? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Spiritual, holiness, protection, peace with the presence of the Spirit of God
B. Natural, barren, unproductive, unimaginative and secluded in the shadow of the LORD GOD
C. Natural, lifeless and void of the presence of the LORD GOD
D. None of the above



75. What character does the valley possess for the people who dwell in the shadow of the mountain of the LORD GOD? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Spiritual, holiness, protection, peace with the presence of the Spirit of God
B. Natural, barren, unproductive, unimaginative and secluded in the shadow of the LORD GOD
C. Natural, lifeless and void of the presence of the LORD GOD
D. None of the above



76. What character does the wilderness possess for the common people of the world? Joshua 11:16 (34)

A. Spiritual, holiness, protection, peace with the presence of the Spirit of God
B. Natural, barren, unproductive, unimaginative and secluded in the shadow of the LORD GOD
C. Carnal, lifeless and void of the presence of the LORD GOD
D. None of the above



77. What statements are true concerning Mountains? 1 Samuel 17:3-4 (35)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Mountains represent the spiritual realm in the Word of God
B. All mountains represent spiritual realms in the Word of God
C. Not all spiritual realms reveal the Presence of the LORD GOD
D. The LORD GOD chooses the time and place and person to reveal His Presence



78. Where did the Philistines worship their other gods? 1 Samuel 17:3-4 (Notes)

A. Mountain
B. Valley
C. Wilderness
D. Desert



79. What shadow was cast in the valley between the Philistines and the Israelites? 1 Samuel 17:3-4 (Notes)

A. The shadow of the Philistine gods
B. The shadow of the Israelites LORD GOD
C. Both the shadow of the Philistine gods and the shadow of the Israelites LORD GOD
D. There was no shadow present



80. What legendary battle occurred as a result of this conflict of shadows between the Philistines and the Israelites? 1 Samuel 17:3-4 (Notes)

A. The battle between Goliath and the boy David
B. The battle of Jericho that caused the walls to fall down
C. The battle of three kings against Israel
D. The battle of Armageddon



81. Why did the LORD GOD place mountains in the midst of the wilderness? 1 Samuel 23:14 (36)

A. To witness His Majesty to those who did not know Him
B. To provide a refuge for His people in the midst of the barren natural life realm
C. To make others desire entrance into His Realm
D. Natural Life settled around the Mountains in time



82. How many approaches can the spiritual realm be entered from within the natural life wilderness areas? 1 Samuel 23:25-26 (37)

A. One
B. Two
C. Many
D. None



83. (Essay) What can the many entrances to the spiritual realm represent? 1 Samuel 23:25-26 (37)



84. How does a Christian see and understand the Deep Things of the LORD GOD in the spiritual realm? 2 Kings 6:15-18 (38)

A. Must be mature and adult
B. Must be studious and searching
C. Must be an adult with accountability for his choices
D. Must have eyes opened by the LORD GOD to see the Things He Wills



85. How does the LORD GOD prevent unauthorized people from seeing His Things in the spiritual Realm? 2 Kings 6:15-18 (40)

A. No unauthorized people can enter into His Spiritual Realm
B. He blinds the eyes of those He chooses to prevent them from seeing His Things
C. All people who are able to come to the Spiritual Realm are given free access to all His Things
D. No unauthorized person desires to enter into His Spiritual Realm



86. What should Christians do when the wicked are preparing to come against them? Psalms 11:1-2 (41)

A. Pray for the wicked in their natural realm
B. Fight the wicked in their natural realm
C. Flee from the wicked and go to the spiritual realm
D. All of the above according to circumstances



87. When will the mountain LORD GOD’s house be established in Judah and Jerusalem? Isaiah 2:1-4

A. It was established from the beginning
B. It was established during the time of David
C. It was established at the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ
D. It will be established in the last days



88. What is the exact descriptive name of the LORD GOD’s house on the mountain in the Last Days? Isaiah 2:1-4 (43)

A. The Church in Old Jerusalem
B. The Synagogue in New Jerusalem
C. The Meeting Place in Old Jerusalem
D. The Tabernacle in New Jerusalem



89. Where will the Tabernacle be established on the Mountain in Jerusalem in the Last Days? Isaiah 2:1-4

A. On the base of the Mountain
B. In the Mountain shadow
C. On the top of the Mountain
D. On the plain before the Mountain



90. What connection will all nations have with the LORD GOD’s Tabernacle in Jerusalem in the Last Days? Isaiah 2:1-4

A. They will be forced to bow down before it
B. They will cheerfully assemble together at this highest point in the spiritual realm
C. A chosen few will be allowed entry
D. They will pay little attention as they begin their new lives on the new earth



91. What will be taught at the Highest Tabernacle in the Highest Spiritual Realm, inside Jerusalem, in the Last Days? Isaiah 2:1-4 (45, 46)

A. The laws of the LORD GOD
B. The Ways and Walk of Jesus Christ
C. Word of God
D. All of the above



92. Who will judge the nations and rebuke many people from the Tabernacle of New Jerusalem? Isaiah 2:1-4 (47)

A. LORD GOD
B. Jesus Christ
C. The Roman Catholic Pope
D. A committee of Faithful leaders



93. What will happen to the swords and spears in the Last Days? Isaiah 2:1-4 (48)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Jesus Christ will teach the art of righteous war
B. Jesus Christ will cause the swords to be beat into plowshares
C. Jesus Christ will cause the spears to be made into pruning hooks
D. Jesus Christ will seize all swords and spears



94. What is the son of the stranger assured? Isaiah 56:3-8 (49)

A. To be given a good life if he follows all laws
B. To receive great gift for allowing Christ to save him
C. To belong to the family of the LORD GOD as long as he has joined himself to Him through Jesus Christ
D. To be judged by his good heart rather than his wicked actions



95. Who is the son of the stranger? Isaiah 56:3-8 (Notes)

A. Offspring from foreigners
B. People who are not Jews
C. People who were not the original chosen children of the LORD GOD
D. All of the Above



96. How can the son of a foreigner receive the Things of the LORD GOD? Isaiah 56:3-8 (Notes)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Through becoming the best person he can be
B. Through doing loving and compassionate works in his lifetime
C. Through joining with Jesus Christ to approach the LORD GOD
D. Through receiving the Spirit of Adoption through belief in Jesus Christ
E. Through tithing regularly
F. Through study and prayer



97. How will the Christian be considered by the LORD GOD? Isaiah 56:3-8 (50)

A. Separately from the Jews
B. Christians and Jews will be considered equally His people
C. Christians will be favored above the Jews
D. Jews will be favored above the Christians



98. What status does the eunuch hold to the LORD GOD? Isaiah 56:3-8 (51)

A. He can belong to the House of God
B. He is prohibited from participating in the highest spiritual realm
C. He is made an angel of the LORD GOD
D. He is of the world, and unimportant to the LORD GOD



99. What is the literal definition of Eunuchs? Isaiah 56:3-8 (Notes)

A. Castrated men
B. Impotent or unmarried men
C. Chamberlains of leaders
D. All of the above



100. How does a person become a Eunuch? Isaiah 56:3-8 (Notes)

A. Made from a mother’s womb
B. Made of men
C. Made themselves for the Kingdom of Heaven’s sake
D. All of the above



101. Which people are present day Eunuchs that might one day be given great honor with an everlasting name, greater than His sons and daughters? Isaiah 56:3-8 (Notes and 52, 53)

(May be more than one answer)
A. Homosexuals
B. People who do not enjoy sex
C. Impotent and unmarried people
D. People who are formed in the womb with no sexual identity or tendency, and grow to serve the LORD GOD
E. People who are made sexless by men, who go on to serve the LORD GOD
F. People who choose to be sexless in order to advance the LORD GOD's Works for the Kingdom of Heaven’s sake
G. All priests who have taken a vow of celibacy to enter into the priesthood
H. Some priests who have taken a vow of celibacy for the sake of the Kingdom of Heaven
I. Sexless people who are separate from the day to day congregation of believers, who serve the LORD GOD and do His Works



102. What specific things are required of a Eunuch for honor to be given in the Last Days? Isaiah 56:3-8 (51)

A. Keep the LORD GOD’s Sabbaths
B. Choose the LORD GOD’s Things
C. Take hold of the LORD GOD’s Covenant
D. All of the above



103. What will the Tabernacle in the highest spiritual realm in New Jerusalem be known as? Isaiah 56:3-8 (56)

A. The House of Eunuchs for all servants
B. The House of Sacrifice for all sins
C. The House of Prayer for all people
D. The House of Congregation for all nations





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McFarland, Kathy L.(2007) "Worksheet for The Shadow of the Mountain." The Word on the Mountain (January), http://guidedbiblestudies.com/sermon/1mountaintest.htm (accessed )


About the Author

Kathy L. McFarland is a Becker Bible Studies Teacher and Author of Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians. She has received her Bachelor of Science degree in Religious Studies from Liberty University, and is currently seeking her Master of Divinity (Professional Ministries Track) degree from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary & Graduate School. Kathy is a noted expert on Old Testament exegesis, Christian apologetics, and Bible typology and mysteries.

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