Biblical 25 questions & answers | bible quiz: who am i?   

BIBLICAL 25 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS | BIBLE QUIZ: WHO AM I?  

BIBLICAL 25 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS | BIBLE QUIZ: WHO AM I?  

BIBLICAL 25 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS | BIBLE QUIZ: WHO AM I?  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a Pharisee, a man of learning, I was lost spiritually.  I thought I was serving God by hating Jesus Christ and His followers.  But because of Christ’s love for me, found my way along the road to Damascus.  

Answer: Paul  

WHO AM I?

  • God asked me to do something I did not want to do.  Instead, of obey, I ran away in hopes that I would become lost.  Thankfully, He showed me the error of my ways.  My heart was changed, and I was found again. 

Answer: Jonah  

WHO AM I?

  • I appear in a well-known story of the New Testament.  The account of my journey illustrates God’s true love for those who are lost.  As the Lord will accept the lost with loving arms when they repent, so my father accepted me once I returned home.

Answer: The Prodigal Son (Luke 15)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a runaway slave who was spiritually lost, but the apostle Paul led me to Christ.  In an epistle, Paul asked my master to forgive me. 

Answer: Onesimus (Philemon 1)  

WHO AM I?

  • I am one of a group of people whom God loves.  I am grieved to admit that my people have not always been faithful to Jehovah God.  The bible shows that we were often impatient and willful and that our faith floundered at the very times it needed to be strongest.  Still, the Scriptures show that under good leadership, we often returned to the one true God.

 Answer: Israelite (Exodus)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a foreigner who held an important office in my sovereign’s cabinet.  A Christian approached me as I was reading.  He gave me a new understanding of the passage of the Old Testament, leading me to salvation in Christ the Lord.

Answer: Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8)  

WHO AM I?

  • The Bible records my victories in battle, my mercy to my greatest earthly enemy, my greatness-even my failures-from the time I was young to my death.  I was a man of God but allowed my desire for a beautiful woman to lead me into immense sin.  For a time I was lost off of God’s righteous path-and He punished me.  But I returned to God and walked with him for the remaining days of my life. 

Answer: King David (2 Samuel 12)  

WHO AM I? 

  • I was a very rich man, but I did not gain all my money honestly.  My fellow citizens reviled me.  I was lost, but when Jesus came to preach in my town, I wanted to see Him.  After I found the saving grace of Christ the Lord, I immediately became a changed man.

Answer: Zacchaeus (Luke 19)  

WHO AM I? 

  • I was a Roman governor at the time of Paul the Apostle.  Like all men who were faithful to Rome, I was lost to the true Lord, Jesus Christ.  When Paul was brought to me for a fair hearing regarding his offenses, I set him in chains.  Paul took the opportunity to witness the Lord Jesus Christ to my wife and me.  That day, heard the gospel message.

Answer: Felix (Acts 23-25)  

WHO AM I?

  • I am the sister of an Old Testament patriarch.  Although I was a woman of God, I sinned by speaking against my brother.  The Lord punished me as a result.  Even though I sinned, the Lord showed me mercy.  Likewise, He shows forgiveness to all lost people who repent of sin.

 Answer: Miriam (Exodus 15)  

WHO AM I?

  • Though I was a pagan King, I loved Daniel, who served the one true God.  Sadly, I nevertheless signed a decree that almost caused Daniel’s death.  After I saw my mistake, I turned to the God of Daniel. 

Answer: Darius (Daniel 5-6)  

WHO AM I?

  • Lost before Jesus called me to His Service, I was one of His faithful disciples.  Yet on the night of His crucifixion, Jesus predicted I would deny Him.  After I repented, another of Christ’s prophecies about me came to pass when I proved instrumental in building the early Christian church. 

Answer: Peter   

WHO AM I?

  • When I went to work that night, I figured I could catch some Zs.  After all, no one was going to escape my prison, especially not harmless missionaries.  Another night, another denarius.  But then, the Lord shook the prison’s foundation.  Not coincidently, the foundation of my pagan ways was shaken that night, too.  I discovered I was lost.  When Paul and Silas brought me to Christ, I was found. I began to worship Jesus Christ as the only Son of God the Father. 

Answer: Philippian Jailer (Acts 16)  

WHO AM I?

  • Like many people today I lived among the lost, in a pagan city.  Even though I was by no means free from sin, I was called upon to do a favor for His people.  I risked my own life to help them. 

Answer: Rahab (Joshua 2)  

WHO AM I?

  • I am one of the twelve apostles.  I was a lost sinner, a man engaged in one of the most hated professions of my time.  Yet Jesus selected me to follow Him.  When Jesus chose me, I was not good enough to follow in His ways.   

Answer: Mathew   

WHO AM I?

  • I was tainted by my family’s worship of a false god.  Then the true God commanded me to destroy the idol’s altar, at risk of my own life.  After I tested the Lord to be sure I was following His path, I led my people to glory. 

Answer: Gideon (Judges 6-7)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was rescued from certain death by the daughter of Pharaoh and raised as an Egyptian prince.  I committed a crime and fled to a foreign land.  Even with the stain of sin, I was later chosen by God to lead his people out of bondage. 

Answer: Moses (Exodus)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a lost woman living in a city that professed the Lord.  I was the first person Paul converted in the region where I lived.  I was so grateful to Paul for sharing the gospel with me that I offered to help him and his missionary friends.

Answer: Lydia (Acts 16)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a great speaker.  So great that the Lord chose me to be a spokesman along with my brother.  We approached Pharaoh with our requests to release the Israelites from bondage.  Regrettably, I became lost for a time.  I slipped off the righteous path when I approved of my people worshiping a false god, but the Lord returned me to Him again. 

Answer: Aaron (Exodus 3-4)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a lost sinner, but the Lord Jesus Christ saved me. I became one of His many female followers.  Many other New Testament women share my first name, but I am always referred to by two names. 

Answer: Mary Magdalene (Matthew)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was the best friend of a future link, much to my father’s displeasure.  Ultimately, I chose my friend over my father.  Though I mourned when my father fell away from God, I chose to remain obedient to the Lord.

 Answer: Jonathan (1 Samuel)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a man of God, a Nazarite.  Yet I allowed my carnal weaknesses, especially my love for unworthy women, to destroy me. They led me astray so that I was lost to the Lord.  I did find Him again, even though I was blind by that time.  I gave my life in destroying His enemies. 

Answer: Samson (Judges 14-16)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a woman who took a chance.  Though a sinner, I dared to approach Jesus, a revered teacher and performed a daring act.  My reward was to have my sins forgiven.  I was no longer lost! 

Answer: The woman who anointed Jesus’ feet (Luke 7)  

WHO AM I?

  • I was a prophet. Not a prophet for profit, but a true prophet of the Lord.  In my lifetime, I made both friends and enemies.  One of my friends was a soldier I cured of leprosy.  Although I was a man of God, one who never strayed from the path, I gained staunch enemies among the lost because I delivered bad news to them.  Jezebel was my worst opponent-and caused me much fear. 

Answer: Elijah (1 King)  

WHO AM I?

I was a great man. A king!  Because of my pride, I believed myself worthy of worship.  God worked through Daniel to make me see that I was lost.  Because I saw God’s power through His miracles, I began to worship Him.

Answer: King Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel) 

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