Quiz: Can You Fill in the Missing Phrase in These Bible Verses?
Can You Fill in the Missing Phrase in These Bible Verses?
By: Heather Cahill
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About This Quiz

"And God said, 'Let there be light,' and there was light." - Genesis 1:3

The Bible speaks of God and the people who believed as well as those who didn't believe. It speaks of the traitors and the sinners. It also speaks of the rewards that believers enjoy. The stories of the Bible bring joy and sorrow to those who read them. What is your favorite Bible verse?

Do you know the verses of Joshua, Isaiah, and Jeremiah? What about those of Deuteronomy, Matthew, and Thessalonians? Maybe you can even recite a few from James, Hebrews, and Acts? Each verse speaks of something different, but they all speak in the name of God.

If you're not as familiar with the verses of the books above, maybe you will know the verses of Exodus? What about Corinthians? Maybe Jude strikes a chord with you? In this quiz, you'll want to know them all. Brush up on your verses to make sure you're prepared!

The Bible is one of the most famous books in history and tells one of the greatest stories of all time. Some of the most memorable verses grace the pages of the Bible. So, if you think you know your stuff when it comes to Bible verses, give this quiz a try!

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