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Bible Trivia Thursday- Can You Name That Prophet??

Hey Neighbor! 

Back in April of this year, I shared a couple of riddles with you.

Now one of the riddles was about the 10 lepers, from Jesus’ parable in Luke 17:15. 

Here is a link, if you would like to go back and check out those 2 riddles and their pertinent answers….

Now, out of those 10 lepers from Jesus’ parable, we learned that it was the 1 Samaritan Leper who returned to Jesus with much thanks, praising Jesus for healing his body and removing the leprous marks of God’s displeasure. 

Now in the Old Testament, there was an incident where God marked one of His prophets with leprosy, for a time. 

And although God had caused the disease of leprosy to fall upon this prophet, God was not using this particular case of leprosy to reflect His displeasure with the man, but instead this prophet’s leprous hand was to be used as a sign to reflect God’s Power and Authority. 


Can You Name That Prophet??

It’s Just You and Your Bible For This One!!

Hopefully, You will be able to solve this one without the use of the internet, or any electronic applications!!

I will post Your answer on Solution Saturday!!

Until Then,

God Loves💕You and So Do I!!



38 thoughts on “Bible Trivia Thursday- Can You Name That Prophet??

  1. Pingback: Solution Saturday Answer- Moses’ Leprous Hand!! | CareBibleStudy

  2. Exodus 4:6-7
    And the LORD said furthermore unto him, Put now thine hand into thy bosom. And he put his hand into his bosom: and when he took it out, behold, his hand was leprous as snow.
    And he said, Put thine hand into thy bosom again. And he put his hand into his bosom again; and plucked it out of his bosom, and, behold, it was turned again as his other flesh.

    It was Moses, just before he accepted the call of God to return to Egypt to tell Pharaoh to let me people go.

    It was a sign the Moses would show his people that God has sent him.

    I’m sure there is a spiritual significance for this, I’ll have to dig in and pray about that.

    Perhaps a post someday.

    God bless you all!

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