Bible Quiz Questions And Answers From The Book Of Revelation
The Book of Revelation is one of the most controversial books in the Bible because of its prophetic significance and references to difficult images and numbers that may or may not represent things or people that they seem to represent. In this quiz, we will explore some questions about this book as well as some others from the Bible.
1. Jesus began to speak under what circumstances?
- Jesus began to speak under what circumstances?
- After the seven seals were opened in Revelation 5:1-5; 6:1-19, 7:9-17.
- After the seventh trumpet was sounded in 8:2,12; 9:13-21.
- After the seventh bowl was poured out in 16:17 – 19:21 (four bowls).
2. Who spoke the words, “I am the root and offspring of David, the bright and morning star”?
The answer is Jesus Christ. These are some of His most important titles.
- Root and offspring of David: He is the Son of God, the second person in the Trinity (Father, Son, Holy Spirit).
- Bright and Morning Star: Jesus is also known as “the light of the world” because He came to bring salvation through His death and resurrection.
- King of Kings: Jesus rules over all nations on earth as their rightful king and head; He will also rule over Heaven after His return for 1,000 years on Earth.
- Lord of Lords: This title describes Jesus’ authority over every living thing that exists or has ever existed in the universe—this includes angels! It also shows how much power He has compared to everyone else
3. To which church did Christ say that He would come quickly, and remove its lampstand if the church did not repent?
The church at Ephesus was warned by Christ that He would come quickly and remove the lampstand (the church’s ability to spread the gospel) if it did not repent.
This is a reference to how the Bible had been spread throughout Asia Minor, and that if this continued, it would go beyond that area.
4. Christ promised that the one who overcomes will eat from what two trees?
Question 4: Christ promised that the one who overcomes will eat from what two trees?
Answer: The tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil (Revelation 2:7). The first is a symbol of God’s provision, while the second teaches us how to distinguish between good and evil.
The tree is a biblical metaphor for something that gives life-giving sustenance. In this case, it refers to spiritual nourishment through Jesus Christ. It’s also important to note that eating from this tree means receiving forgiveness for your sins through faith in Christ Jesus—you can’t just go up there and take a bite!
The second tree represents temptation. This would be symbolic if you think about it; after all, Adam didn’t have access to any other food source other than what was provided by God himself! Because his obedience wasn’t perfect yet (and because he had no idea what would happen next), he ate from this forbidden fruit/fruit-like thingy (we’re assuming it was some form of fruit) which led him straight into sinning against his Creator Himself — but more on that later…
5. The first four seals are popularly known by what name?
The first four seals are popularly known by what name?
- The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The four horsemen of the apocalypse are mentioned in the Bible in the Book of Revelation. In this book, John writes about seeing a vision with Jesus Christ where he sees him sitting on a throne in heaven while an angel is giving him messages from God or God’s word called “Revelation” that will happen soon.
6. How many heads did the beast with seven horns have?
The beast with seven heads and ten horns has seven crowns, seven eyes, and seven spirits. The book of Revelation describes the beast as having a lion’s body, a bear’s feet, horns like a lamb but speaking like a dragon. It sits on seven mountains, has ten crowns (one being higher than the rest), had ten horns that received power from Satan when he fell from heaven to earth; and it also had seven heads – one of which was fatally wounded but healed just as quickly.
The above is just one example of how many things can be interpreted in multiple ways within scripture – making it more difficult for us to understand what God wants us to know about certain things such as Bible verses themselves!
7. Which angel had a sickle in his hand and reaped the earth’s harvest?
The angel of the harvest is the one who reaps the earth’s harvest.
The angel of the earth is one of the four horsemen and has power over those who dwell on earth.
The angel of the abyss will be released by Satan and his demons, who will be restrained in this abyss for 1,000 years until they are unleashed during Armageddon.
The angel of the sea was also known as Apollyon or Abaddon in Greek and means “destroyer.” He was sent to destroy 1/3rd of mankind during The Great Flood; now he’ll come again during The Apocalypse with a host from hell to wreak havoc upon an unprepared planet.
8. What did God tell John to measure in chapter eleven?
The measurement of the New Jerusalem is given in Revelation 21:16. The original author of this question was asking you to identify the measurements given by God to John as he was shown an image of the New Jerusalem.
The dimensions are:
- Its length, width and height will be equal (21:17).
- It is a cube (21:15).
- Its foundations are made of transparent gold (20:11-14) and it has twelve gates with names written on them (21:12-13), one for each tribe of Israel (Revelation 21:12-17), making up stones that form a foundation which bears its weight like a precious cornerstone (Isaiah 28:16; Ezekiel 28:14; Revelation 21:19).
9. Why were there no more seas?
The sea is a metaphor for the people of the world. It represents chaos, confusion and deception. The sea can also be used as a hiding place where people can avoid facing their problems and do not have to deal with them.
It’s interesting that there are no more seas because in the Bible it symbolizes all that is evil in this world: confusion, deception and chaos among others.
10. How much will those who were blessed by their works during the tribulation have an inheritance in the new Jerusalem?
The answer to this question is found in Revelation 22:14-15. Here, John says that those who overcome will receive an inheritance which includes the tree of life and the new Jerusalem. But what does he mean by this?
The answer is found in Ephesians 1:3-14, where Paul explains how we can receive grace through faith in Jesus Christ and be given an inheritance as a gift—a gift that cannot be earned but is freely given to us by God because He loves us (1:4). In other words, just as Jesus gave up His life for all humanity without expecting anyone in return (John 3:16), so too does He provide gifts for those who believe in Him.
11. How many thousand years will be given to Satan after he is released from his prison after being bound at the bottomless pit?
- How many thousand years will be given to Satan after he is released from his prison after being bound at the bottomless pit?
1 million years
2 million years
3 million years
4 million years
12. How many elders surround God’s throne?
There are 24 elders. They are wearing white robes and have crowns of gold on their heads. They have harps in their hands, which they use to praise God. The elders surround God’s throne, singing a new song. In addition, each elder holds a golden bowl filled with incense that represents prayers from the people of earth.
The Book of Revelation is one of the most controversial books in the Bible because of its prophetic significance and references to difficult images and numbers that may or may not represent things or people that they seem to represent
The Book of Revelation is one of the most controversial books in the Bible because of its prophetic significance and references to difficult images and numbers that may or may not represent things or people that they seem to represent. The book’s central themes are:
- Christ’s victory over Satan
- The final battle between good and evil (Armageddon)
- God’s new heaven and earth
The Book of Revelation is one of the most controversial books in the Bible because of its prophetic significance and references to difficult images and numbers that may or may not represent things or people that they seem to represent.