Isaiah 11 should be interpreted (loosely; critically; literally; figuratively). Literally.

“Jesse” refers to (Jesse James; the son of Obed; the grandfather of Tamar; the father of David). Last 3

The “rod” growing out of the stem of Jesse was (a tree; a bush; David; Christ Jesus). Christ

Does “the spirit of the LORD” resting upon Him, make Him less than deity?

Christ will eventually say (I am God; the Father judgeth no man; all judgment has been given unto the Son; the Millennium starts now). “The Father judgeth no man, but hath committed all judgment unto the Son:”

When Christ was incarnate He dispensed (grace; judgment; justice; revelation). Grace & revelation

Today, wolves (dwell with; dine with; dine upon; play with) lambs.

Lions eat (straw; celery; wildebeest; meat). They are carnivores

In the Bible a cockatrice is a (chicken; mythological beast; viper; poisonous snake). Viper

This chapter is (foreboding; forbidding; future; fantastic). Future and fantastic

Bible believers call the period described in this chapter as (the Millennium; Paradise; Heaven; my back yard).

The word “millennium” is found how many times in our English Bibles (17; 100; 1,000,000; never) Never

According to the average English dictionary “millennium” means (peace and prosperity; of or related to a millepede; a million; a thousand). Thousand

It is taken from what Greek word in Rev. 20:1-7 (angel; thousand; resurrection; “hath part”) None of these

“Millennium” is an English word borrowed from (Greek; Latin; Spanish; French). Latin

(George; Jerome; Jill; Gill) used it in his translation of Rev. 20.

The Greek word translated “thousand” is (thousand; millennium; chilioi; agape) chilioi khil’-ee-oy

Someone who believes that there will be a literal Millennium is sometimes called a (nut; a Millennialist; a chiliaist; a Bible believer). We believe in chiliasm

General characteristics of the Millennium.


The first of all things throughout the Millennium will be (peace; prosperity; Christ; sinlessness). Christ

Creation today is (enjoying; living in, not yet in; anxiously anticipating) the Millennium. Not in / anticipating

The Millennium will begin (soon; after the Tribulation; tomorrow; unceremoniously). After the tribulation

To be precise, the Millennium will begin with (the destruction of Satan; the blast of seven trumpets; the return of Christ; the glorification of the saints). The return of the Lord

Isa. 11 suggests that “the curse” upon creation will be (removed; annulled; intensified; fulfilled). Removed

That will be the result (of progressive legislation; scientific discovery; sociological advancements; the general evolutionary improvement of human behavior). None of these

The removal of “the curse” will be the result of (God’s will; the presence of the glorified Christ; Christ’s atonement; fulfillment of God’s promise). All of these

During the Millennium Satan will be (destroyed; bound; incarcerated; incinerated). Bound & incarcerated

Satan’s titles include (adversary; god of this world; friend of sinners; slanderer). Not friend

During the Millennium these titles will (not apply; not be heard; be applied to others; not be applied to others).

The Millennium could be called the “Theocratic Kingdom” which means (Theodor will reign; democracy will prevail; pure socialism will be installed; God will rule). God will rule

That term is proper because (Christ will rule from David’s throne; we will finally see the face of God; human governments will no longer exist; Teddy Roosevelt will be Vice President). Christ will reign

The glory of Christ was veiled during His incarnation, but during the Millennium it will be (unveiled; reveiled; revealed; regaled). Unveiled and revealed

There are between (10-20; 20-30; 30-40; 40-50) Millennial titles belonging to Christ. 3 to 4 dozen

What would you say is the meaning of “the Rod of Jesse” (Isa. 11:1)?

What would you say is the meaning of “the Branch” (Isa. 11:1)?

What would you say is the meaning of “the Consolation of Israel” (Lk. 2:25)?

What would you say is the meaning of “the Lord of hosts” (Isa. 24:21-23; 44:6)?

What would you say is the meaning of “the Desire of all Nations” (Hag. 2:7)?

What would you say is the meaning of “the Prince of Peace” (Isa. 9:6-7)?

What would you say is the meaning of “the Stone” (Isa. 28:16; Dan. 2:34, 45; Zech. 3:9)?

What would you say is the meaning of “Governor” (Matthew 2:6)?

What would you say is the meaning of “the Lion of the Tribe of Judah” (Rev. 5:5)?

What would you say is the meaning of “Shiloh” (Gen. 49:10)?

The two primary characteristics of the Millennial way of life will be (prosperity and happiness; righteousness and peace; pleasure and purpose; luxury and worship). Righteousness and peace

Which will not be characteristics of the Millennium (war– Isa. 2:2-4; joy–Isa. 9:3-7; glory–Isa 4:2-6; confusion–Isa. 11:1-2).

Subjects of the Kingdom

About what group of people is the Millennium primarily concerned (Americans; Mormons; Gentiles; Israel).

Does the Millennium concern this group only?

On what place will be the primary focus of the Millennium (Earth, Israel, Heaven, Idaho)? Earth

So that means that resurrected, glorified saints (will; will not) have a roll to play in the Millennium.

Generally speaking today’s saints will then be (relaxing; taking harp lessons; reigning with Christ; philatelizing).

There are two kinds of covenants in the Bible (long-term & short-term; God’s & man’s; Israel’s & the Gentiles; conditional & unconditional) Conditional and unconditional

God’s covenants with Israel are unconditional which means that they will be (fulfilled; cancelled; transferred to elect saints; forgotten). Fulfilled

According to Gen. 17, what are the chief aspects of the Abrahamic Covenant (God’s blessings upon Abraham; God’s blessings upon Isaac; God’s blessings on Sarah; God’s blessings on “the Seed”) Seed

According to Deut. 29, what is the chief aspect of the Palestinian Covenant (that God would be Abraham’s divine Pal; Israel’s restoration to the promised land; blessings on David; blessings on the church). Land

According to II Sam. 7:12-17 the chief aspect of the Davidic Covenant is that (David has eternal life; that David will be raised from the dead; that David will have a son who will succeed him; that David’s throne (reign) will be eternal). Son to reign forever

According to Jeremiah. 31:31 and Heb. 12:24 the New Covenant deals with (salvation; Israel’s land; David’s throne; Christ’s second coming). Salvation

The New Covenant (supercedes; annuls; disannuls; circumvents) God’s earlier covenants. None these

The Abrahamic, Davidic and Palestinian covenants (have; have not; will; will not) be fulfilled. Will be

They will be fulfilled during (the Tribulation; the age of grace; the church age; the Millennium).


Kingdoms usually have (kings; queens; subjects; laws). Queens?

The Millennium will be a (theocracy; democracy; republic; dictatorship). Theocracy

The subjects of the Millennial kingdom (will not; will once again) have David as their king. Not

David was a (prophecy; picture; type; prelude) to the King of the Millennium.

David, the son of Jesse, will (have no relationship; some sort of relationship; be there; be honored with a statue) during the Millennium. Be there in as a redeemed saint

According to Rev. 19:11-16 and other scriptures there will be (only one level of government; no government; battalions of police; death angel patrols) during the Millennium. None of these

The Millennial government will be (lax; universal; righteous; confused). Universal and righteous

The Lord revealed to Mary, in Lk. 1:26-33, that the government of the Millennium would be (from David’s throne; over the house of Jacob; be eternal; her son would reign). All of these

One difference between kings and presidents today and the King of the Millennium is that He will be (worshiped; obeyed; respected; loved). Worshiped