BIBLE BRAINPOWER QUESTION 717

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(Yes or No) After the death of Solomon his son Rehoboam became king, but when he made the decision to make a heavier burden on the people they began to rebel and the division between Israel and Judah began and another leader, Jerboam, rose over Israel. Was this division of the Lord?
ANSWER FOUND IN 2ND CHRONICLES 10 & 1ST KINGS 11

BIBLE BRAINPOWER QUESTION 886

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After many years it became obvious to Tamar that Judah was not going to give his 3rd son, Shelah, to her to marry, thus she made the decision to take drastic measures in order to have a child from the tribe of Judah. What did she do?
(1) She dressed as a harlot and had relations with Judah? (2) She confronted Judah and ask him to marry her? (3) She seduced Judah’s son Shelah?
ANSWER FOUND IN GENESIS 38

BIBLE BRAINPOWER QUESTION 884

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Judah did not marry an Israelite as God had instructed the sons of Jacob, but instead married a Canaanite, by the name of Shuah, who bare him three sons, Er, Onan, and Shelah. What happened to Er after Judah took Tamar as a wife for him?
(1) He ran away? (2) He was unable to have children? (3) The LORD slew him?
ANSWER FOUND IN GENESIS 38

BIBLE BRAINPOWER QUESTION 844


King Solomon’s son, Rehoboam, assembled the warriors of Judah and Benjamin to fight against the 10 separated tribes of Israel and take them back from King Jeroboam, but he changed his mind. Why did he change his mind?
(1) God sent a prophet to him who told him not to? (2) The sons of Judah refused to fight their brothers? (3) He feared they were out numbered and would loose?
ANSWER FOUND IN 1st KINGS 12