Complete The Parable: Can You Match The Endings To These Bible Stories?

Remember these Bible stories?

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 Sep 06, 2020
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Question: 1/18How does this Bible story end?


The Story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
They become equal to God and rise to heaven as angelic figures.
They sin and are thrown out of the garden with curses upon them.
They avoid sin and remain in the garden forever.

Question: 2/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Moses and the red sea.
Moses parted the red sea and helped his people escape.
The Pharaoh's people enslaved Moses' people.
Moses' Hebrews followers drowned in the red sea.

Question: 3/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of David and Goliath.
Goliath clobbers David with one hand.
David and Goliath agree to a truce.
David defeats Goliath with a slingshot.

Question: 4/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Creation.
God creates the world in 7 days and rests on the 8th day.
God creates the world in 5 days and rests on the 6th day.
God creates the world in 6 days and rests on the 7th day.

Question: 5/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Abraham's Covenant.
Abraham and Sarah never have a son.
Abraham and Sarah have a son named Isaac.
Abraham and Sarah have a daughter named Isabelle.

Question: 6/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Queen Esther.
Esther saved her people by having favor with the King.
Esther sacrificed her own life for her people.
Esther watched her people die.

Question: 7/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of John the Baptist.
Jesus Christ baptized John in the Nile River.
John baptized Jesus Christ in the Jordan River.
John refused to baptize Jesus Christ.

Question: 8/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Jesus Christ's birth.
Infant Jesus was presented to Mary from a heavenly angel.
Jesus was killed as an infant by King Herod.
Jesus was born in Bethlehem from Virgin Mary.

Question: 9/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Devil In The Desert.
Jesus triumphed through 40 days and nights of temptation.
Jesus never interacted with Satan in the desert.
Jesus succumbed to temptation on the 40th night.

Question: 10/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of The Widow's Offering.
The widow was sad that she had nothing to offer.
The widow offered everything she had.
The widow refused to give anything in anger.

Question: 11/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of the Prodigal Son.
The son dies out on the road.
The succeeds on his own, living in sin.
The prodigal son returns to his father.

Question: 12/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of the Ten Virgins.
All of the virgins were foolish and didn't bring extra oil.
5 virgins were wise with extra oil and 5 virgins were foolish.
All of the virgins were wise and brought extra oil.

Question: 13/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Mary and Martha.
Martha listened to Jesus while Mary busiedly worked.
Mary listened to Jesus while Martha busiedly worked.
Mary and Martha both listened to Jesus and didn't work.

Question: 14/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of the Miracle of the Five Loaves and Two Fish.
5,000 people ended up getting fed
No one ended up getting fed.
Jesus fed is disciples for three days in a row.

Question: 15/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Manna from Heaven.
God let bread grow from the grass for Moses' people.
God let bread rain down on Moses' people.
God let bread float in from the ocean for Moses' people.

Question: 16/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of Jonah and the Whale.
Jonah kills the whale that tries to swallow him.
Jonah never tries to run away from God's orders.
Jonah is swallowed by a whale for trying to run away from God.

Question: 17/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of The Crucifixion.
Jesus forced Judas to be the one who got crucified.
Jesus fought back and never went up onto the cross.
Jesus was betrayed by Judas, flogged, and murdered on a cross.

Question: 18/18How does this Bible story end?


The story of The Resurrection.
Jesus' body was sent out into the sea with his followers.
Jesus rose from his tomb and appeared to his followers.
Jesus' body remained in the tomb.
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

Those of us who spend time reading our Bibles know how most of the most memorable stories end. Each story or parable has a beginning, middle, and end... from the birth of Jesus Christ to the Prodigal Son.

Psalm 23 says this: "The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not be in want. He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul. He guides me in paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me. You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows. Surely goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever." The Lord is a shepherd to us as his children and he does restore our souls. He guides us in paths of righteousness which is why we are able to understand the stories of the Bible so well. It is why we are able to grasp each and every concept and hold it all so dear to our hearts.

A lot of these Bible stories are ones we learned about as small children in Sunday School but some of them are stories we did not learn about until we grew older, became more mature, and got a little bit of God-given wisdom sprinkled onto us! That being said, you should have no problems completing the endings to all of these stories now!