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2. “Who Am I?” Old Testament Women In The Bible

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Encourage children to learn some fun facts about women in the Old Testament. Use this short worksheet to introduce your children or class to a few of the women in the Old Testament, who they were, and what they did. As your children read the Scripture verses and answer the question, “Who Am I,” discuss with them facts about each woman, such as her purpose and her character. If desired add additional questions along with Scripture references to introduce other women in the Old Testament for extended learning.

This facts sheet can be used as an addition to any home school curriculum, Sunday school curriculum, or Christian school curriculum.

For additional activities, use these questions to play a family game of trivia. Serve popcorn and enjoy!

Ages: 8-12

What you Need:

NET Bible or computer with access to download the NET Bible version

Questions:

1. I was formed from the rib/side of Adam. Who am I? (Genesis 2:21-22, Genesis 3:20, 1 Timothy 2:13)

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2. I had a son, Isaac, in my old age. Who am I? (Genesis 18:9-12 )

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3. I was turned into a pillar of salt. Who am I? (Genesis 19:26)

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4. I gave birth to Jacob’s firstborn son, Reuben. Who am I? (Genesis 29:31-32, 35:23)

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5. I was the mother of twins, Jacob and Esau. Who am I? (Genesis 25:24-26)

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6. I died during the birth of a son I named Ben-Oni. Who am I? (Genesis 35:16-20)

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7. I protected the two spies in Jericho. Who am I? (Joshua 2:3-6)

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8. I was the queen of Persia and refused to submit to my husband King Ahasuerus’ request. Who am I? (Esther 1:10-12)

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9. I was a prophetess who led Israel. Who am I? (Judges 4:4)

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10. I dedicated my son Samuel to the Lord. Who am I? (1 Samuel 1:20, 1:27-28)

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11. I traveled with my mother-in-law Naomi to Bethlehem. Who am I? (Ruth 1:18-19)

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12. I was the mother of Solomon. Who am I? (1 Chronicles 3:5)

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13. I found a Hebrew baby boy floating in a basket on the Nile. Who am I? (Exodus 2:5-6)

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14. I was the daughter of Levi and the mother of Moses. Who am I? (Numbers 26:59)

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15. I was the mother of Adonijah who tried to take the throne away from Solomon. Who am I? (1 Kings 1:5)

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16. I became Queen of Persia in place of Vashti. Who am I? (Esther 2:17)

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17. I am the sister of Aaron and Moses. Who am I? (Numbers 26:59)

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18. I told my husband to curse God and die. Who am I? (Job 2:9-10)

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19. I was the mother of Ishmael. Who am I? (Genesis 16:15-16)

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20. I told people to call me Mara because I became bitter with God. Who am I? (Ruth 1:20-22)

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Answers:

Naomi, Hannah, Hagar, Rachel, Lot’s Wife, Vashti, Rehab, Esther, Pharaoh’s Daughter, Job’s Wife, Sarah, Eve, Rebekah, Leah, Ruth, Bathsheba, Deborah, Jochebed, Haggith, Miriam,

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