Part 3: God's Judgment against the Nations
Chapter 3 of Zephaniah begins with a vivid description of God’s judgment against ancient people groups that surrounded Israel, which are modern countries in the Near East that are Israel’s enemies today. The chapter ends with a clear description of God’s selection of a remnant, and identifies the characteristics of the remnant.
|The Prophet Zephaniah 1 [FA]|
|The Prophet Zephaniah 2 [FA]|
|The Prophet Zephaniah 3 [FA]|
|The Prophet Zephaniah 4 [FA]|
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Zephaniah Quiz 3
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Question 1 of 10
God’s judgment against the nations is about the pagan nations surrounding Israel.Correct
Question 2 of 10
What Philistine cities are mentioned in Zephaniah?Correct
Question 3 of 10
The ancient land of the Philistines is the Gaza strip today.Correct
Question 4 of 10
The Pheonicians occupied land north of Israel that is Jordan today.Correct
Pheonicia is modern day Lebanon. The lands of Ammon and Moab are what is now modern day Jordan.Incorrect
Pheonicia is modern day Lebanon. The lands of Ammon and Moab are what is now modern day Jordan.
Question 5 of 10
To be humble before the Lord means:Correct
Question 6 of 10
Modern day Iran is where ancient Babylon was located.Correct
Modern day Iraq is where ancient Babylon was located.Incorrect
Modern day Iraq is where ancient Babylon was located.
Question 7 of 10
God’s wrath will come first against his own people (Israel and believers in Christ), then it will be against the nations.Correct
Question 8 of 10
God want us to walk in His ways so that we can _____.Correct
Question 9 of 10
God’s guests in Zephaniah 1:7 are not all the children of Israel or all the believers in Christ, they are ________?Correct
Question 10 of 10
Another word used in Zephaniah to refer to the remnant is:Correct