National Bible Bee Game Show Recap: Episode 105

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The first semi-final round of the National Bible Bee Game Show aired July 1st at 5:30 and on July 4th at 9:30.  Like the past few weeks, this was a Primary show, which is open to 7 to 10 year-olds. 

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Meet the three contestants from this episode:

Hudson is from Iowa.  He tries to memorize his Bible Bee verses in the first couple of weeks, and his older brothers are a big help to him in his study.  Hudson plays the violin and piano.  He and his family are on the road several months out of the year and Hudson says that concerts area good way to share the love of Christ with others.

Emma, from Texas, likes arts and crafts.  She has been in Bible Bee for three years, but this was her first year at the national competition.  Others who want to learn more about God should try the Bible Bee.  "Maybe it will change their life too". 

David is from Illinois.  He says that Bible Bee is "a good way to learn more about God".  David finds it difficult at times to do both his homework and his Bible Bee study, but he and his family love the Bible Bee.  The verses that they learned are ones that they can apply to their lives.

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Each contestant recited three passages of Scripture and answered three knowledge questions.

Hardest question:

Question: What two characteristics made Paul pray for a slave-owner?
Answer: Love and faith

Favorite verse:

"but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us."
Romans 5:8

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At the end of the show the contestants also answered a fourth question, this one worth one thousand points.  This round's question was:

Which of your memory passages says that God owns everything?
(Answer: Colossians 1:15-16)

The winner of this episode, David, will advance to the final round!

Congratulations to all three of the contestants!

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What do you think?

Did you like this episode?

What did you think was the hardest question?

And what was your favorite verse?

Be sure to catch the next episode either online or on the NRB network!

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