Category: Bible Characters

This Quiz: Naaman

1.) What position did Naaman hold in the Syrian army?

A lord on whose hand the king leaned.

Captain of the host of the king of Syria.

A lieutenant in the Syrian army.

The king’s armor bearer.
2.) Why had the king of Syria honored Naaman?

Because by him the LORD had given victory to Syria.

Because he and his armor bearer had slaughtered 300 men in one night.

Because he had interpreted a dream for the king.

Because he had done a deal with the king of Egypt and got grain to tide them through a famine.
3.) What was Naaman afflicted with?

He was deaf.

His eyesight was not good.

He was a leper.

He walked with a limp.
4.) Who told Naaman about the prophet Elisha?

The king.

His servant.      

His wife.

A little Israelite girl who waited on his wife.
5.) What in this list did Naaman not take with him to the prophet Elisha?



precious stones

6.) What message did Elisha send to Naaman?

You are wasting my time and your own – go away.

I will tell you how you can be clean if you will give to me everything that you have brought with you.

If you believe with all your heart you will be made clean.

Go and wash in Jordan seven times, and you will be clean.
7.) How did Naaman respond to Elisha’s message?

He turned and went away in a rage.

He sent his servants to unpack his horses and chariots.

He sent his servants to look for the river.

He sent his servant to Elisha to ask what to do next.
8.) Who changed Naaman’s mind about what he should do?

His servants.

His wife.      

Elisha’s servant.

9.) What happened when Naaman did what Elisha said for him to do?

Naaman’s servant was healed.

Naaman was healed.

Elisha’s servant was healed.

Nothing happened because of his unbelief.
10.) Jesus used the story of Naaman to illustrate the point that:

No prophet is accepted in his own country.      

God’s blessing is on the Gentiles as well as the Jews.

Though our sins be as scarlet they shall be as white as wool.

Although it is hard for a rich man to get into heaven, it is not impossible.


Author: Godfrey Gregg