Fathers in the Bible - Quiz

Fathers in the Bible - Quiz
This is question number 1 of 5.
The most significant men in the Bible were not significant because of their personal character or their own strength. They were significant because of God's character and strength. They were not perfect heroes and they were not perfect fathers. They were capable of deceit and selfishness as well as they were capable of godliness. These men were people very much like us, trying to please God and often falling short of the goal. Test your knowledge of the men of the Bible

A shepherd and the youngest of eight sons, David grew to become the greatest king of Israel. He was referred to by God as a man after His own heart. Which one of the following men was his son?

Paul

Solomon

Isaac




Answer

You are getting the hang of it so go on to QUESTION TWO. What do you know about other fathers of the Bible?






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