Bible Activity/Discussion

Random Bible Trivia!


Longest verse in the Bible: Esther 8:9

Verses most alike: Psalm 107:8152131

Paul wrote 14 books.

The oldest book in the New Testament: James (written around 45AD)

How many sisters had Jesus?: His sisters were not named in the Bible, but He had several.

Two people in the Bible never died:

^ Enoch, who walked with God and was no more.

^ Elijah, who was caught up by a whirlwind into heaven.


28 thoughts on “Random Bible Trivia!”

      1. Interesting Muse. It uses words in Hebrews 7:15 “similitude” and Hebrews 7:3 says, “but made like unto the Son of God; abideth a priest forever. Genesis 14:18 says he was a priest of the most High God, and Psalms talks about “you will be a priest in the order of Melchizedek” But I don’t know lol. I tried to figure it out several times, over the years. Since it seems that God favoured Melchizedek very much, to make “like unto the Son of God” and made him a priest forever, that Jesus would be “a priest” like Melchisedec but the Bible doesn’t tell a whole lot about him.

        I don’t dwell on it too much. Jesus is my Lord and Saviour, that I dwell on 😉 lol Blessed Sunday to you my friend 🙂

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      1. Yes, the name appears in Hebrews 7:2, near the middle of the chapter in Genesis 14… Melchizedek was the epitome of righteousness and there is only one person who embodies this and that is Christ. I’ve been studying Melchizedek for a while. I’ll make a post about it soon so we can discuss it even further. 🙂

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      2. Oh awesome! There a few chapters in Hebrews the name appears. When I saw it in Hebrews a couple days ago, I was like…wait..I’ve seen that before! Can’t wait to see what you’ve found. : )

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      3. No need to ask for permission. I’ll look out for your post tomorrow God’s willing seeing that mine is going to be scheduled for the Sabbath. 🙂

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    1. Now I know which topic I am going to write about this weekend! And yes, Jesus is the One we have to keep our eyes on. Blessed Sunday to you too, my wonderful friend! ❤

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  1. Nice post, Diana! I’m not familiar with Esther 8:9 so I’ll definitely check it out! Anyway, theologists say that John the Baptist was the reincarnation of Elijah– and Jesus told in Matthew 11:14- “And if you are willing to accept is, he is the Elijah who was to come.” — though it’s unsure because we don’t know if reincarnation really exist.

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    1. Thank you, Jirah! I know the prophecy related to John the Baptiste, but I don’t think that it has anything to do with reincarnation.

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