The Bible is on of the most read books in the world. There is so much information
in the Old and New Testaments, you may have missed some of this bible trivia.
The Bible says, “Before there was anything, there was God,” but
do you remember what was created on the fourth day? On the fourth day, God
created the sun, moon, and stars. Almost everyone knows that Adam and Eve
lived in the Garden of Eden, but do you know what type of wood Noah used
to make his ark? Noah used gopher wood, as God instructed. How did Noah
know when the floodwaters had resided enough for dry land to be available?
At first, he sent out a raven. When the raven returned with nothing, Noah
knew the floodwaters were still too high. He later sent out a dove. When
the dove returned with an olive branch, Noah knew there was dry land. You
may remember that Daniel was thrown into the lion’s den. But how was
he protected from harm? If you know your bible trivia, you know that Daniel
was protected from the lions by angels that came down and shut the mouths
of the angry lions.
There is quite a bit of Bible trivia about cities that still exist today.
Do you know the name of the town where Jacob was living when Joseph sent
for his family to move to Egypt? It is Beersheba, which is known as the “Capital
of Negev.” There is one city from the Bible that is now referred to
as the oldest continually inhabited city. Do you know which one it is? It
is Damascus, the capital of modern day Syria. Damascus was also the city
Paul was headed to when he was first visited by Jesus. What about the city
that Jesus was in when he was ascended to heaven? That was Bethany, which
is only two miles from Jerusalem.