1 D All of the Above are correct! In Genesis Chapter 1-2:4 God is called אֱלֹהִים or Elohim, and called
יהוה אֱלֹהִים or Yahweh Elohim -
LORD God, beginning at verse 2:4 and through Chapters 2 and 3.
The Divine name Yahweh - יְהוָֹה is the most frequent name for the God of Israel throughout Hebrew Scripture and written as LORD in English translations.
The Lord is also called Adonai - אֲדֹנָי beginning in Genesis 15:2 and continuing through Hebrew Scripture. In Jewish prayer,
G-d is referred to as Adonai out of reverence for the holiness of his name.
2 B God called himself "I AM WHO AM" when Moses asked him his name after appearing to him in the Burning Bush in Exodus 3:14.
3 A God allows a test of the faithfulness of Job in the Book of Job.
4 B The Book of the Prophet Isaiah was found twice in the first seven scrolls discovered near Qumran by the Dead Sea.
5 C A Commentary on Habakkuk was found in the first seven discovered Dead Sea Scrolls.
6 A Jesus instructed his Apostles, "Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" in the Gospel of Matthew 28:19. St. Matthew also refers to your "Heavenly Father" in the Sermon on the Mount (5:16) and urges us to "Be perfect, as your Heavenly Father is perfect" (Matthew 5:48). Jesus teaches us the Our Father, the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 6:9-13).
7 D The expression "God the Father" first appears in the Gospel of John 6:27.
8 B The Apostle Paul used the expression "God our Father," for example, in Romans 1:7, First Corinthians 1:3, Second Corinthians 1:2, Ephesians 1:2, and Philippians 1:2.
9 C Jesus said "The Father and I are one" in the Gospel of John 10:30.
10 A The First Letter of Peter speaks of the "foreknowledge of God the Father" in First Peter 1:2.
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