National Bible Bee Game Show Recap: Episode 107

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The third semi-final round of the National Bible Bee Game Show aired July 15th at 5:30, EDT, and on July 18th at 9:30 AM. Like the past several 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:

Angela is from Minnesota. She plays the piano and the flute and also enjoys dancing! Sometimes she and her family help out at City Life Works, where they give out free meals.

Adam is from Florida. He is 10 years old and enjoys playing chess and the classical guitar! Adam likes the Bible Bee because it helps him to draw closer to God.

Caleb was born in Florida but his family is a missionary family in Belize. Caleb likes to take pictures and videos which his dad posts on YouTube. Caleb likes the Bible Bee because it makes him feel closer to God.


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


Hardest question:
Which Hebrew word for anger best describes a nostril flare?
Anger

Favorite verse:
"For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich."

2 Corinthians 8:9

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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:

Question: According to one of your memory passages, what three words are used to describe our lives as a sacrifice?
Answer: Living, holy, acceptable

The winner of this episode, Adam, 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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