1207 Beech Grove Road  •  Roseland, VA. 22967  
Tel: 540-241-2317  •  Email: info@bgcc.church  

Sunday Service: 11:00am  
Sunday School: 9:45am  

      BGCC  |  BIBLE JEOPARDY 2019
 
HOME
AUDIO SERMONS
BIBLE JEOPARDY 2019
SERMON SERIES
WHAT WE TEACH
STAFF
NEWSPAPER GOSPEL
CONTACT US
 
 
 
In our Sunday services this year we will be taking a learning journey through the New Testament. Every Sunday I will provide Scripture texts for daily reading. Along with that, I will have five "jeopardy" questions in the bulletin which the reader must find the answers to within that daily reading. Then when we reconvene on Sunday, I will give the answers to the jeopardy questions. I will also preach from some passage of Scripture we read that past week. By doing this, I am hoping that we 1) establish daily Bible-reading habits, and 2) learn more of the truths the Scriptures are giving us. Below are our jeopardy questions and answers as we go through 2019.
 
... Pastor Mike
 

Week:  December 30 - January 5
Scripture Reading:  2 JOHN, 3 JOHN, MATTHEW 1:1 - 5:37
Question 1:  Before you present your offering at the altar, do this if necessary.  What is first be reconciled to your brother? (MATT 5:24)
Question 2:  Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary.  Who are the five women named in the genealogy of Jesus in MATT 1?
Question 3:  This man did not accept what John said; but this other man received a good testimony.  Who are Diotrephes and Demetrius? (3 JOHN 1:9,12)
Question 4:  This important word is found 5x in the first four verses of 2 JOHN.  What is the word “truth?” (2 JOHN 1:1-4)
Question 5:  John baptized with water. But Jesus will baptize you with these two items.  What are the Holy Spirit and fire? (MATT 3:11)

Week:  January 6 - 12
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 5:38 - 10:23
Question 1:  Two wooden objects possibly found in the eyes of those who judge.  What are specks and planks? (MATT 7:3)
Question 2:  While on a boat, the disciples concluded that even these two facets of nature obey Jesus.  What are the winds and the sea? (MATT 8:27)
Question 3:  Do not to be like these people when you give, pray, or fast.  Who are hypocrites? (MATT 6:2,5,16)
Question 4:  The cured leper was to show himself to this person.  Who is the priest? (MATT 8:4)
Question 5:  Two blind men cried out to Jesus calling Him with this messianic title.  What is “Son of David?” (MATT 9:27)

Week:  January 20 - 26
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 10:24 - 14:12
Question 1:  The day of judgment will be more tolerable for Sodom than this city.  What is Capernaum? (MATT 11:23)
Question 2:  Jesus spoke in parables to fulfill this prophecy.  What is ISAIAH 6:9,10? (MATT 13:14)
Question 3:  This miracle by Jesus caused the Pharisees to conspire to destroy Him.  What is the healing of a man with a withered hand? (MATT 12:14)
Question 4:  Blaspheming against this Person will not be forgiven.  Who is the Holy Spirit? (MATT 12:31)
Question 5:  Fear Him who is able to destroy these two human attributes in hell.  What is the soul and the body? (MATT 10:28)

Week:  January 27 - February 2
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 14:13 - 19:22
Question 1:  To eat bread with these does not defile a man.  What are unwashed hands? (MATT 15:20)
Question 2:  The wind frightened Peter into sinking out of this miracle.  What is walking on water? (MATT 14:30)
Question 3:  The religious leaders could discern the signs of the sky, but not these other signs.  What are the signs of the times? (MATT 16:3)
Question 4:  “Go sell your possessions, give to the poor, and come, follow Me.”  What did Jesus tell the rich ruler to do as a response to what he lacked? (MATT 19:21)
Question 5:  According to Jesus, the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees actually refers to this practice.  What is their teaching? (MATT 16:12)

Week:  February 3 - 9
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 19:23 - 23:26
Question 1:  The stone that the builders rejected has become this.  What is the cornerstone? (MATT 21:42)
Question 2:  This Hebrew expression when translated means “save now.”  What is “Hosanna?” (MATT 21:9)
Question 3:  The Sadducees were wrong about marriage because they did not understand these two things.  What are the Scriptures and the power of God? MATT 22:29)
Question 4:  Whoever wishes to become great must first become this.  What is a servant? (MATT 20:26)
Question 5:  The scribes and Pharisees were good at tithing, but neglected these three things.  What is justice, mercy, and faithfulness? (MATT 23:23)

Week:  February 10 - 16
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 23:27 - 26:75
Question 1:  For the sake of the elect, this will happen in the great tribulation.  What is their days will be cut short? (MATT 24:22)
Question 2:  This was the sign the betrayer gave in the garden.  What was a kiss? (MATT 26:48)
Question 3:  The chief priests could not put this in the temple treasury since it was the price of blood.  What was the 30 pieces of silver returned by Judas? (MATT 27:6)
Question 4:  Be alert; you do not know these two things about Jesus’ return.  What are the day and the hour? (MATT 25:13)
Question 5:  Jerusalem has killed the prophets; now their house is left in this condition.  What is desolate? (MATT 23:38)

Week:  February 17 - 23
Scripture Reading:  MATTHEW 27:1 - ACTS 3:26
Question 1:  A riot was starting so Pilate did this in front of the crowd.  What is he took water and washed his hands? (MATT 27:24)
Question 2:  This was torn in two the moment Jesus died on the cross.  What is the veil of the temple? (MATT 27:51)
Question 3:  Peter quotes this prophet in his Day of Pentecost sermon.  Who is the prophet Joel? (ACTS 2:16)
Question 4:  The apostles would receive this once the Holy Spirit has come upon them.  What is power? (ACTS 1:8)
Question 5:  We call it the resurrection of Jesus. But the Pharisees claimed this happened instead.  What is the disciples stole the body of Jesus at night? (MATT 28:13)

Week:  February 24 - March 2
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 4:1 - 8:13
Question 1:  This man and wife will never again put the Holy Spirit to the test.  Who are Ananias and Sapphira? (ACTS 5:1-10)
Question 2:  This man gave a great exposition of Hebrew history before he died.  Who is Stephen? (ACTS 7:2-53)
Question 3:  The Sadducees were greatly disturbed because the disciples were proclaiming this.  What is the resurrection from the dead? (ACTS 4:2)
Question 4:  Even this sect of Levites were becoming obedient to the faith.  Who are a great many of the priests? (ACTS 6:7)
Question 5:  At the hands of the apostles, these things were taking place among the people.  What are many signs and wonders? (ACTS 5:12)

Week:  March 3 - 9
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 8:14 - 12:25
Question 1:  This woman was abounding with deeds of kindness and charity.  Who is Tabitha (Dorcas)? (ACTS 9:36)
Question 2:  He thought he could obtain the gift of God with money.  Who is Simon the Sorcerer? (ACTS 8:20)
Question 3:  He was a chosen instrument of God’s to bear God’s name before the Gentiles.  Who is Saul (Paul)? (ACTS 9:15)
Question 4:  An angel leads Peter out of jail and this happens to the soldiers.  What is led away and executed? (ACTS 12:19)
Question 5:  The apostles took exception to Peter because he ate with men with this physical trait.  What is uncircumcised? (ACTS 11:2,3)

Week:  March 10 - 16
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 13:1 - 16:24
Question 1:  Every Gentile who was appointed to eternal life did this.  What is they believed? (ACTS 13:48)
Question 2:  This man’s father was a Greek but his mother was a Jew.  Who is Timothy? (ACTS 16:1)
Question 3:  Paul applied this prophecy to himself because he was a light to the Gentiles.  What is ISAIAH 49:6? (ACTS 13:47)
Question 4:  Things sacrificed to idols and from blood and from things strangled and from fornication.  What are the essentials Gentile converts must abstain from? (ACTS 15:29)
Question 5:  Paul and Silas were dragged into the marketplace for doing this.  What is casting out the evil spirit of divination from the slave girl? (ACTS 16:19)

Week:  March 17 - 23
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 16:25 - 20:38
Question 1:  “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?”  What did the Philippian jailer ask Paul and Silas? (ACTS 16:30)
Question 2:  The evil spirit recognized Jesus and Paul, but not these guys.  Who are the seven sons of Sceva? (ACTS 19:15)
Question 3:  The people from this city were more noble than the people from Thessalonica.  What is Berea? (ACTS 17:11)
Question 4:  Paul stayed with this husband and wife in Corinth because they all performed the same trade.  Who are Aquila and Priscilla? (ACTS 18:2,3)
Question 5:  In Athens, Paul found an altar inscribed to this god.  What is an unknown god? (ACTS 17:23)

Week:  March 24 - 30
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 21:1 - 25:12
Question 1:  He was the lawyer used by the high priests and the elders.  Who was Tertullus? (ACTS 24:1)
Question 2:  This oath bound more than 40 Jews until they had Paul killed.  What is they would neither eat not drink? (ACTS 23:12,13)
Question 3:  According to the Law, a Gentile must never enter this holy place, not even Trophimus.  What is the Temple? (ACTS 21:29)
Question 4:  Felix may have been frightened, but this woman was interested in what Paul had to say.  Who was Drusilla, the wife of Felix? (ACTS 24:24,25)
Question 5:  Paul was not the Egyptian, but a Jew from this city.  What is Tarsus in Cilicia? (ACTS 21:39)

Week:  March 31 - April 6
Scripture Reading:  ACTS 25:13 - MARK 1:20
Question 1:  Paul assured all that this would not be lost, only the ship.  What is no loss of life? (ACTS 27:22)
Question 2:  In Rome, Paul stayed by himself and with this one other person.  Who was the soldier guarding him? (ACTS 28:16)
Question 3:  Now that the time has come and the kingdom of God has come near, do these two things.  What is repent and believe the good news? (MARK 1:15)
Question 4:  Festus told King Agrippa that a Jewish prisoner named Paul appealed to this man for a trial.  Who was Caesar? (ACTS 25:21)
Question 5:  This man thought Paul was out of his mind and had gone mad.  Who was Festus? (ACTS 26:24)

Week:  April 7 - 13
Scripture Reading:  MARK 1:21 - 5:43
Question 1:  Jesus saw this in those who removed the roof.  What is their faith? (MARK 2:5)
Question 2:  This was the easier statement to say to the paralytic.  What is “Your sins are forgiven?” (MARK 2:9)
Question 3:  A lamp is not put under a basket or under a bed, but rather it should be placed here.  Where is on a stand? (MARK 4:21)
Question 4:  Jesus gave these two disciples the name Boanerges which means “Sons of Thunder.”  Who were the brothers James and John? (MARK 3:17)
Question 5:  The Son of Man is Lord even over this significant Jewish event.  What is the Sabbath? (MARK 2:28)

Week:  April 14 - 20
Scripture Reading:  MARK 6:1 - 9:29
Question 1:  If anyone wishes to come after Jesus, do these three things.  What is deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow Him? (MARK 8:34)
Question 2:  Jesus wondered at the unbelief of the people in this town.  What is Nazareth (His hometown)? (MARK 6:6)
Question 3:  The Pharisees and Scribes neglected the commandments of God in favor of doing this.  What is holding to the traditions of men? (MARK 7:8)
Question 4:  King Herod and others thought Jesus was this man risen from the dead.  Who was John the Baptist? (MARK 6:14,16)
Question 5:  If the sick could just touch this, they would be cured.  What is the fringe of Jesus’ cloak? (MARK 6:56)

Week:  April 21 - 27
Scripture Reading:  MARK 9:30 - 12:44
Question 1:  Jesus found nothing but leaves on this type of tree.  What is a fig tree? (MARK 11:13)
Question 2:  “Go and sell all you possess and give to the poor.”  What did Jesus tell the rich young ruler? (MARK 10:21)
Question 3:  In explaining resurrection to the Sadducees, Jesus referred to this event from the Book of Moses.  What is the passage about the burning bush? (MARK 12:26)
Question 4:  Do not hinder this group of people, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.  Who are the children? (MARK 10:14)
Question 5:  The other ten disciples felt indignant with these 2 brothers.  Who are James and John? (MARK 10:41)

Week:  April 28 - May 4
Scripture Reading:  MARK 13:1 - 16:20
Question 1:  You know that summer is near when this happens in nature.  What is the fig tree becomes tender and puts out its leaves? (MARK 13:28)
Question 2:  Arrest and kill Jesus, but not during this event.  What is the feast (festival)? (MARK 14:1,2)
Question 3:  While Jesus hung on the cross, some bystanders thought Jesus was calling for this prophet.  Who is Elijah? (MARK 15:35)
Question 4:  The chief priests stirred up the crowd to have this man released instead of Jesus.  Who is Barabbas? (MARK 15:11)
Question 5:  One is willing but this other one is weak.  What is the spirit is willing and the flesh is weak? (MARK 14:38)

Week:  May 5 - 11
Scripture Reading:  1 PETER 1:1 - 2 PETER 2:19
Question 1:  These people will secretly introduce destructive heresies.  Who are false teachers? (2 PETER 2:1)
Question 2:  For it is time for judgment to begin at this place.  What is the household of God? (1 PETER 4:17)
Question 3:  Peter uses this term to describe the chosen scattered throughout Asia and other places.  What are “aliens?” (1 PETER 1:1)
Question 4:  Peter was an eyewitness to the power and majesty of Jesus, but still did not follow these.  What are cleverly devised tales? (2 PETER 1:16)
Question 5:  We are to act as free men, but not as a covering for this.  What is evil? (1 PETER 2:16)

Week:  May 12 - 18
Scripture Reading:  2 PETER 2:20 - JAMES - JUDE 1:25
Question 1:  This small body part is compared to a fire.  What is the tongue? (JAMES 3:6)
Question 2:  The testing of our faith produces this in us.  What is perseverance? (JAMES 1:3)
Question 3:  When the heavens pass away, the elements will be destroyed with this.  What is intense heat? (2 PETER 3:10)
Question 4:  We ask for things to satisfy our pleasures and do not receive because we ask with this.  What are wrong motives? (JAMES 4:3)
Question 5:  False teachers are referred to as clouds without this resource.  What are clouds without water? (JUDE 1:12)

Week:  May 19 - 25
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 1:1 - 3:38
Question 1:  These two were the aging parents of John the Baptist.  Who were Zacharias and Elizabeth? (LUKE 1:5)
Question 2:  This 84-year-old daughter of Phanuel was a prophetess.  Who was Anna? (LUKE 2:36,37)
Question 3:  This angel had a name and appeared to a virgin named Mary from Nazareth.  Who was the angel Gabriel? (LUKE 1:26)
Question 4:  “The voice of one crying in the wilderness” was a prophecy given by this OT prophet.  Who was Isaiah? (LUKE 3:4)
Question 5:  Joseph and Mary went to this city to register for the census.  What is Bethlehem? (LUKE 2:4)

Week:  May 26 - June 1
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 4:1 - 7:17
Question 1:  They may have caught fish, but Jesus says they will catch this.  What is men? (LUKE 5:10)
Question 2:  Jesus came to call these people to repentance.  Who are sinners? (LUKE 5:32)
Question 3:  Build your house on this if you want it to stand when the flood occurs.  What is the rock? (LUKE 6:48)
Question 4:  This emotion gripped the people of Nain after the dead man was raised by Jesus.  What is fear? (LUKE 7:16)
Question 5:  Deuteronomy 8:3, Deuteronomy 6:13, and Deuteronomy 6:16.  What Scripture verses does Jesus quote when being tempted in the wilderness? (LUKE 4:4;8;12)

Week:  June 2 - 8
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 7:18 - 10:12
Question 1:  John the Baptist, Elijah, or one of the prophets from long ago.  What is the response when Jesus asks, “Who do people say I am?” (LUKE 9:19)
Question 2:  The demons could not enter the swine until Jesus did this first.  What is give them permission? (LUKE 8:32)
Question 3:  Mary, Joanna, and Susanna were doing this for Jesus and the disciples.  What is contributing financially out of their private means? (LUKE 8:3)
Question 4:  If you put your hand to the plow and do this, you are not fit for the kingdom of God.  What is look back? (LUKE 9:62)
Question 5:  Jesus considered His mother and brothers those who did this.  What is hear the Word of God and do it? (LUKE 8:21)

Week:  June 9 - 15
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 10:13 - 13:21
Question 1:  The Queen of the South and the men of Nineveh.  Who will condemn this generation at the judgment? (LUKE 11:31,32)
Question 2:  Doing this will never add a single hour to one’s life.  What is worrying? (LUKE 12:25)
Question 3:  Since the lawyer wanted to justify himself, Jesus replied by speaking this parable.  What is the parable of the Good Samaritan? (LUKE 10:30)
Question 4:  Unless we do this, we will perish like the eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell.  What is repent? (LUKE 13:5)
Question 5:  You will receive, you will find, and it will be opened.  What happens when you ask, seek, and knock? (LUKE 11:10)

Week:  June 16 - 22
Scripture Reading:  LUKE 13:22 - 17:37
Question 1:  This city kills the prophets and stones those sent to her.  
Question 2:  One hundred of these, ten of these, and two of these.  
Question 3:  This substance in this condition is useless for either the soil or for the manure pile.  
Question 4:  In this parable, these two men met quite different fates when passing on into eternity.  
Question 5:  The healed leper who turned backed was of this nationality.  
 
 
 
Copyright © 2019 Beech Grove Christian Church   |   Updated 6-16-2019