Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread Quiz

Answers to the following quiz are at the end of this section. Try this test "closed book." If you cannot determine the answers, then check your Bible or concordance, as well as other articles in Biblical Holy Days.

Matching -- Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread

1. 10th day first month

__ a. used to spread Passover blood on door posts, Ex. 12:22

2. 14th day first month

__ b. Passover lamb selected, Ex. 12:3

3. 15th day first month

__ c. to be eaten with OT Passover, Ex. 12:8

4. 21st day first month

__ d. where Passover blood was put as a mark, Ex. 12:7, 22

5. 14th day second month

__ e. passing over of death angel, Ex. 12:27

6. Aaron

__ f. "green ears" also called Nisan, Ex. 12:1, 13:4, Esther 3:7

7. Abib

__ g. last Holy Day of Feast of Unleavened Bread, Lev. 23:6-8

8. at evening, sunset, end of day

__ h. area of Egypt where Israel lived, Ex. 8:22

9. Goshen

__ i. Pharaoh's top magicians, II Tim. 3:8, Ex. 7:11

10. hyssop

__ j. second Passover, Num. 9:1-14

11. Jannes & Jambres

__ k. Moses' brother, Ex. 7:1-2

12. leaven

__ l. yayin, fermented grape juice, symbolic of Messiah's shed blood

13. lintel and two side door posts

__ m. ba erev, Lev. 23:32, Ex. 12:18

14. morning

__ n. Greek pascha, Strong's #3957

15. new wine

__ o. omer, Strong's #6016, 7 pints

16. night

__ p. se'or, Strong's #7603, or chametz, Strong's 2557

17. Passover

__ q. matztzah, Strong's #4682, Lev 23:6

18. Passover, wrongly translated "Easter" in Acts 12:4

__ r. shekar, Strong's #7941, Dt. 14:26

19. Pilgrimage Feast

__ s. ben ha arbayim, Ex. 12:6

20. sheaf, Lev. 23:10-12

__ t. boqer or boker, Strong's #1242, Ex. 12:22

21. strong drink, Dt. 14:26

__ u. layil, Strong's #3915, Ex. 12:31

22. twilight, after sunset, before dark

__ v. pesach, Strong's #6453, Ex. 12:11

23. unleavened bread

__ w. day Israel left Egypt, by night, Ex. 12:40-42, Lev. 23:6-7, Num. 33:3, Dt. 16:1

24. unleavened bread & bitter herbs

__ x. tirosh, Strong's #8492, Judges 9:13

25. wine

__ y. chag, Strong's #2282, and our article "Feast Days or Holy Days," section 2.2, Dt. 16:16

True-False Questions

__ 1. Only Israelites were freed from Egyptian bondage. Exodus 12:37-38.

__ 2. Anyone who ate leavened bread during the Feast of Unleavened Bread was "cut off" from Israel. Exodus 23:15.

__ 3. We are to teach the significance of the Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread to our children. Exodus 12:25-27, 13:14-15.

__ 4. Israel left Egypt the same night Egypt's firstborn were slain. Exodus 12:22, 42, Numbers 33:3.

__ 5. Lots of people kept the Old Testament Passover together in large meeting halls. Exodus 12:3-4.

__ 6. At least 1-2 million Israelites were freed from Egyptian slavery. Exodus 12:37.

__ 7. The exodus fell exactly 430 years after an important Old Testament event. Exodus 12:40-41 (Genesis 17).

Biblical Chronology of Passover Observance

1. The following scriptures are a chronological list of Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread observance. Tell who kept the Passover Feast, and where they kept it. Put an asterisk (*) next to the verse when the Second Passover was kept.

Scripture

Who

Where

Exodus 12

_______________

___________________

Numbers 9:1-14

_______________

___________________

Joshua 5:10-11

_______________

___________________

II Chronicles 8:13

_______________

___________________

II Chronicles 30:13, 21

_______________

___________________

II Kings 23:21-23 and II Chronicles 35:17

_______________

___________________

Ezra 6:19-22

_______________

___________________

Luke 2:40-43

_______________

___________________

John 2:13-25, 6:4

_______________

___________________

Matthew 26, Mark 14,
Luke 22, John 13

_______________

___________________

Acts 12:1-5

_______________

___________________

Acts 20:6

_______________

___________________

2. Using the following scrambled activities, set up an agenda for observance of the Christian Passover. Put an asterisk (*) by the three most important activities. (Some activities may be repeated during the service.)

a. hymn from Psalms

e. unleavened bread

b. wine

f. scripture reading

c. private prayer and meditation

g. brief public prayer

d. footwashing

h. dismissal.

Your answer: ________________________________________________

Matching -- People of the Crucifixion

1. Joseph of Arimathaea

__ a. betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver, Mat. 26:14-16

2. Pontius Pilate

__ b. Jewish High Priest, Mat. 26:57

3. Thomas

__ c. tetrarch of Galilee, Luke 3:1

4. Peter

__ d. Roman officer in charge of crucifixion, Mk. 15:39,44-45

5. Judas Iscariot

__ e. carried stake for Jesus, Mk. 15:21

6. Barabbas

__ f. prepared Jesus' body for burial with 100 lbs. myrrh & aloes, John 19:38-40

7. Mary Magdalene

__ g. the disciple Jesus loved, beat Peter in race to empty tomb of Jesus, John 20:1-4

8. Herod (Antipas)

__ h. brother of Mary & Martha, resurrected by Jesus, Jn. 11:1-46

9. Simon a Cyrenian

__ i. mother of James and John, Mat. 4:21, 27:56, Mark 15:40

10. Lazarus

__ j. a robber and murderer, released instead of Jesus, John 18:39-40, Mark 15:7

11. Centurion

__ k. Roman governor of Judaea, Lk. 3:1

12. Salome

__ l. denied Christ 3 times, Lk. 22:61

13. Malchus

__ m. Jesus entrusted John to care for this person, Jn. 19:25-27

14. Nicodemas

__ n. asked Pilate for body of Jesus, Mat. 27:57-58, Jn. 19:38

15. John the Apostle

__ o. first person to see empty tomb, and resurrected Jesus, Mark 16:9

16. Caiaphas

__ p. wouldn't believe Jesus had been resurrected until he saw it for himself, Jn. 20:24-25

17. Mary, mother of Jesus

__ q. high priest's servant, Peter cut off his ear, Jn. 18:10

Fill in the Blanks

1. Early New Testament believers were called Quartodecimans because they kept the Christian Passover on the __________ day of the first month.

2. Moses told Pharaoh, "Thus saith the Lord, 'Let my ______ go, that they may _____ me . . . . that they may hold a _____ unto me in the _________'." Exodus 3:18, 4:22-23, 5:1, 3, 8, 17, 7:16, 8:1, 8, 20, 9:1,13, 10:3, 7-9, 11, 24-25, 12:31.

3. What kind of animal could be used for the Lord's Passover sacrifice? "Your ____ shall be without _______, a ____ of the _____ year: ye shall take it out from the _____, or from the _____," Exodus 12:5.

4. "Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole ____? Purge out therefore the ___ ______, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Christ our ________ is sacrificed for us: Therefore let us keep the _____, not with ___ ______, neither with the leaven of ______ and __________; but with the __________ bread of _________ and _____." I Corinthians 5:6-8.

 

Multiple Choice
Circle the correct answer:

1. When God told Israel in Egypt not to go out of their houses on Passover until the morning, Exodus 12:22, He meant:

  1. They could leave their houses any time after midnight
  2. If Pharaoh ordered them to go, they could leave immediately
  3. They could not leave their houses until daybreak
  4. None of the above

2. The term "Feast of Unleavened Bread" is used about 14 times in the Bible, whereas "Days of Unleavened Bread" is used two times. This indicates that:

  1. Feast of Unleavened Bread is the better term, because it is a Pilgrimage Feast
  2. We should use the term "Days of Unleavened Bread" because it is not a Pilgrimage Feast like Tabernacles
  3. "Days of Unleavened Bread" is a mistranslation
  4. a. and c. are both correct

3. What did Messiah mean when He said, "Take heed and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees" Matthew 16:6-12?

  1. Their hearts were puffed up like leaven
  2. Beware of their false doctrine
  3. They kept the correct day for Pentecost and Passover
  4. All of the above

4. In the New Testament, leaven is shown to be like:

  1. The Kingdom of Heaven
  2. False doctrine
  3. Malice and wickedness
  4. All of the above

Note: See Matthew 13:33, 16:6-12, Luke 13:20-21, I Corinthians 5:6-8.

5. Which of the following are Pilgrimage Feasts?

  1. Weeks (Pentecost, Harvest),
  2. New Moons,
  3. Sabbath
  4. Unleavened Bread
  5. Trumpets
  6. Tabernacles
  7. Atonement
  8. All of the above

Note: See Ex. 23:14-17, 34:18-23, Deut. 16:16, II Chron. 8:13.

 

Matching -- Places of the Crucifixion

1. Emmaus

__ a. Roman soldiers mocked and beat Jesus, here, Mat. 27:27, Mark 15:16-20

2. Bethany

__ b. Jesus prayed here and was betrayed, Mat. 26:36, John 18:1-2

3. Palace

__ c. Jesus told his disciples to wait here for the Holy Spirit, Luke 24:49

4. Potter's Field, or Field of Blood

__ d. two disciples met Jesus on road to this city, 7-8 miles from Jerusalem, Lk. 24:13-35

5. Judgment Seat or Hall of Judgment, Pavement (Gabbatha)

__ e. Passover kept here, Mark 14:12,14; Luke 22:11-12

6. Praetorium or Common Hall

__ f. place of crucifixion, Mat. 27:33

7. Golgotha, or Place of the Skull

__ g. 2 miles from Jerusalem, home of Lazarus, Jesus stayed here, John 11:1, 18

8. Guestchamber, large upper room

__ h. High Priest's home, Mat. 26:58, John 18:15

9. Garden of Gethsemane

__ i. Peter caught 153 fish here, John 21:1,11

10. Garden Sepulcher, Tomb

__ j. where Pilate tried Jesus, Mat. 27:2, 19, John 18:28, 19:13

11. Sea of Tiberias

__ k. near Golgotha, John 19:41-42

12. Jerusalem

__ l. bought with 30 pieces of silver that Judas returned, Mat. 27:3-10

 

Plagues of Egypt

In Exodus, find and list the ten plagues the Almighty brought upon the Egyptians. Place an asterisk (*) next to the plagues that the Egyptian magicians could duplicate. Place a double asterisk (**) next to the first plague in which the land of Goshen, where the Israelites lived, was spared. Place three asterisks (***) next to the plague that finally led to Israel's exodus from Egyptian bondage.

Who Said This?

1. __________ "Behold the Lamb of God!" John 1:36

2. __________ "It is expedient for us that one man should die for the people, and that the whole nation perish not." John 11:49-50

3. __________ "Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he; take him, and lead him away safely." Mark 14:44

4. __________ "My kingdom is not of this world." John 18:36

5. __________ "I am innocent of the blood of this just person." Mat. 27:24

6. __________ "Art thou the Christ, the Son of the Blessed?" Mark 14:61

7. __________ "I know not this man of whom ye speak." Mark 14:70-71

8. __________ "He saved others; himself he cannot save." Mark 15:31

9. __________ "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do." Luke 23:34

10. __________ "Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom." Luke 23:42, Mark 15:27

11. __________ "Truly this man was the Son of God!" Mark 15:39

12. __________ "Be not affrighted: Ye seek Jesus of Nazareth, which was crucified: he is risen; he is not here: behold the place where they laid him." Mark 16:6

13. __________ "Peace be unto you." John 20:21, 26

14. __________ "Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails, and thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe." John 20:24-25

15. __________ "I go a fishing." John 21:3

16. __________ "Feed my sheep." John 21:17

Fill in the Blanks -- Crucifixion

1. Jesus prophesied that He would be _____ days and _____ nights in the heart of the earth, Matthew 12:40.

2. When Jesus resurrected _______ from the dead, this miracle caused a great stir and led directly to the Pharisees' plot to kill Jesus, John 11:41-54.

3. The Chief Priests and Scribes didn't try to kill Jesus openly because they feared the _________, Matthew 21:45-46, 26:3-5, Luke 22:2,6.

4. _____ followed instructions of the Jewish religious authorities, who encouraged conspiracy, Matthew 26:14-16, John 11:53-57

5. The High Priest found Jesus guilty of _________, and sentenced Him to _____, Matthew 26:63-66.

6. There must have been ____ soldiers who crucified Jesus and the others. The soldiers parted His clothes seamless coat by casting ____, Matthew 27:35, Mark 15:24, Luke 23:34, John 19:23.

7. Jesus was put on the stake at the _____ hour, which is about ____ in the morning. There was darkness from the _____ hour until the _____ hour, that is, from ____ to _____ P.M., Mark 15:25, 33.

8. At the ninth hour, Jesus cried, "Eli, Eli (or Eloi, Eloi), Lama Sabachthani?", which means, "__________________________________________________ ________________________________?" Matthew 27:46, Mark 15:34.

9. The ____ asked Pilate to speed up the death of those being crucified by breaking their ____, so that the bodies could be removed and buried before the _______, which was a special day called a ______ _____, John 19:31.

10. When Jesus died, He exclaimed, ____________________________, Luke 23:46, John 19:30.

11. ______ of Arimathaea and _________ prepared Jesus' body for burial and placed it in a ___ tomb owned by ______. ______ rolled a stone across the sepulcher. Matthew 27:57-60, John 19:38-40.

12. Two disciples on their way to Emmaus were met by the resurrected Jesus. They didn't recognize Him until He _____ _____, Luke 24:13-35.

13. When Jesus appeared to the disciples behind closed doors, He showed His wounds, and ate ______ ____ and _________, Luke 24:36- 43.

New Testament Relatives
Father, Mother, Sons, Scriptural Reference

1. Zebedee ______ _____ and _____ Mat. 4:21, 27:56, Mk. 15:40

2. God ______ N/A Mat. 1:1-16, Lk. 3:22-38

3. ________ Mary* _____ and _____, _____ and _____ Mat. 13:55, Mk. 6:3

4. The brothers of Simon of Cyrene were _____ and _____ Mk. 15:21.

5. *This Mary's sister's name was ____, the wife of _______, Luke 24:18, John 19:25.

6. Simon Peter's brother was named ______, Matthew 4:18.

7. The sisters of Lazarus were ____ and ______, John 11:1-3.

8. History says that ______ __ __________ was an uncle of Jesus.

9. John the Baptist was the ____________ of Jesus, Luke 1:36.

Sacred Calendar

1. Give the season of the year for the following New Moon Crescents:

a. right crescent _______________
b. top crescent _______________
c. bottom crescent _______________
d. left crescent _______________

2. At Passover and the first Holy Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which phase is the moon in? (new moon, first quarter, full moon or last quarter) _______________

3. How many days does Abib have? _____

Searching for Leaven

You are going to "de-leaven" your house in preparation for the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Circle the following products which should be removed from your premises:

baking powder

beer

yogurt

soda crackers

angel food cake

wine

bicarbonate of soda

sourdough

crumbs from the toaster and vacuum cleaner bag

soda pop

pasta

lemon meringue pie

raised breads and crackers

brewer's yeast

baking yeast


ANSWERS

Matching -- Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread 10a, 1b, 24c, 13d, 2e, 7f, 4g, 9h, 11i, 5j, 6k, 25l, 8m, 18n, 20o, 12p, 23q, 21r, 22s, 14t, 16u, 17v, 3w, 15x, 19y

True-False Questions F1, T2, T3, F4, F5, T6, T7

Biblical Chronology of Passover and Unleavened Bread Observance

1. (1) Exodus 12, Israel, Egypt; (2) Numbers 9:1-5, 6-14*, Israel, wilderness of Sinai; (3) Joshua 5:11* (2nd Passover by scriptural evidence see "The Plain Truth About Pentecost" by Church of God, The Eternal), Israel, plains of Gilgal before Jericho; (4) II Chronicles 8:13, King Solomon & Israel, Jerusalem; (5) II Chronicles 30:13,21*, King Hezekiah & Judah, plus some from northern Israel, Jerusalem; (6) II Chronicles 35:17, II Kings 23:21-23, King Josiah and Judah, Jerusalem; (7) Ezra 6:19-22, Ezra and Jews returned from captivity, Jerusalem; (8) Luke 2:40-43, young Jesus and His parents, Jerusalem; (9) John 2:13-25, 6:4 Jesus during His ministry, Jerusalem; (10) Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22, John 13, Jesus and disciples at Last Supper, Jerusalem; (11) Acts 12:1-5, Peter and NT church, Jerusalem; (12) Acts 20:6, Luke and his party, Philippi.

2. 1c, 2g, 3f, 4d*, 5f, 6g, 7e*, 8f, 9g, 10b*, 11f, 12a, 13h, 14c

Plagues of Egypt *1. rivers turned to blood, *2. frogs, 3. lice, **4. flies (stinging flies), 5. murrain (livestock plague), 6. boils, 7. thunder, hail with fire (meteorites), 8. locusts, 9. darkness three days, ***10. death of firstborn.

Matching -- People of the Crucifixion 5a, 16b, 8c, 11d, 9e, 14f, 15g, 10h, 12i, 6j, 2k, 4l, 17m, 1n, 7o, 3p, 13q

Fill in the Blanks 1. fourteenth; 2. people, serve, feast, wilderness; 3. lamb, blemish, male, first, sheep, goats; 4. lump, old leaven, Passover, Feast, old leaven, malice, wickedness, unleavened, sincerity, truth.

Multiple Choice 1c, 2a, 3b, 4d, 5adf

Matching -- Places of the Crucifixion 6a, 9b, 12c, 1d, 8e, 7f, 2g, 3h, 11i, 5j, 10k, 4l

Who Said This? 1. John the Baptist, 2. Caiaphas, 3. Judas, 4. Jesus, 5. Pilate, 6. High Priest, 7. Peter, 8. Chief Priests and Scribes, 9. Jesus, 10. Thief on Cross, 11. Roman Centurion, 12. angel, 13. Jesus, 14. Thomas, 15. Peter, 16. Jesus.

Fill in the Blanks -- Crucifixion 1. three, three, 2. Lazarus, 3. multitude (of the Jews), 4. Judas, 5. blasphemy, death, 6. four, lots, 7. third, 9:00, sixth, ninth, noon, 3:00, 8. "My God, My God, Why hast thou forsaken me?", 9. Jews, legs, Sabbath, high day, 10. "Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit," and "It is finished!" 11. Joseph, Nicodemas, new, Joseph, Joseph, 12. broke bread, 13. broiled fish, honeycomb.

New Testament Relatives 1. Salome, James, John, 2. Mary, Jesus, 3. Joseph, James (the less), Joses, Simon, Judas, 4. Alexander, Rufus, 5. Mary, Cleophas, 6. Andrew, 7. Mary, Martha, 8. Joseph of Arimathaea, 9. second cousin

Sacred Calendar 1. a. summer solstice, b. no such new moon possible from Northern Hemisphere, c. spring or fall Holy Day season, d. winter solstice; 2. full moon; 3. 30 days.

Searching for Leaven a, b, d, e, g, h, m, o

 

Additional Articles on Passover/Unleavened Bread:

Passover & Feast of Unleavened Bread Part 1
Passover -- 14th or 15th?
Passover, Lord's Supper, or Communion?
Drink the Pure Blood of the Grape
The Order and Meaning of Passover
Instructions for Keeping the New Covenant Passover
Why Do We Take the New Testament Passover?
The New Testament Passover Ceremony
Feast of Unleavened Bread: Putting Sin Out
Polluted Bread for Passover?
Recipes for the Days of Unleavened Bread
Let a Man Examine Himself
Observance of the Passover.
Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread Quiz

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