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Proverbs Chapter 5 Memorization Bible Quiz

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The journey towards memorizing the entire book of Proverbs continues. Today, it is time to memorize Proverbs Chapter 5.

Do check out the previous Proverbs memorization quizzes:

This quiz uses the NIV version of the Bible and is a fill-in-the-blank quiz.

And breaking from tradition, this quiz has 23 questions (one for each verse) instead of the usual 10.

Let’s see whether you can score 23/23 for the Proverbs Chapter 5 Memorization Bible Quiz?

  • Question of


    1My son, pay attention to my wisdom, turn your ear to my words of          ,

    (Proverbs 5:1 NIV)

    • insight
    • knowledge
    • wisdom
    • prudence
  • Question of


    2that you may maintain           and your lips may preserve knowledge.

    (Proverbs 5:2 NIV)

    • discretion
    • sanity
    • goodness
    • prudence
  • Question of


    3For the lips of the adulterous woman drip          , and her speech is smoother than oil;

    (Proverbs 5:3 NIV)

    • honey
    • sweetness
    • butter
    • oil
  • Question of


    4but in the end she is bitter as          , sharp as a double-edged sword.

    (Proverbs 5:4 NIV)

    • gall
    • gourd
    • cud
    • wormwood
  • Question of


    5Her feet go down to          ; her steps lead straight to the grave.

    (Proverbs 5:5 NIV)

    • death
    • destruction
    • devastation
    • darkness
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    6She gives no thought to the way of life; her paths wander          , but she does not know it.

    (Proverbs 5:6 NIV)

    • aimlessy
    • uselessly
    • waywardly
    • haphazardly
  • Question of


    7Now then, my sons, listen to me; do not turn           from what I say.

    (Proverbs 5:7 NIV)

    • aside
    • away
    • back
    • around
  • Question of


    8Keep to a path far from her, do not go near the           of her house,

    (Proverbs 5:8 NIV)

    • door
    • mantle
    • courtyard
    • gate
  • Question of


    9lest you lose your honor to others and your           to one who is cruel,

    (Proverbs 5:9 NIV)

    • dignity
    • honor
    • pride
    • earnings
  • Question of


    10lest strangers feast on your wealth and your           enrich the house of another.

    (Proverbs 5:10 NIV)

    • toil
    • hardwork
    • riches
    • money
  • Question of


    11At the end of your life you will groan, when your flesh and body are          .

    (Proverbs 5:11 NIV)

    • spent
    • old
    • sick
    • limp
  • Question of


    12You will say, “How I hated          ! How my heart spurned correction!

    (Proverbs 5:12 NIV)

    • discipline
    • correction
    • uprightness
    • self-control
  • Question of


    13I would not           my teachers or turn my ear to my instructors.

    (Proverbs 5:13 NIV)

    • obey
    • respect
    • trust
    • heed
  • Question of


    14And I was soon in serious trouble in the assembly of God’s          .”

    (Proverbs 5:14 NIV)

    • people
    • priests
    • followers
    • worshippers
  • Question of


    15Drink water from your own cistern,           water from your own well.

    (Proverbs 5:15 NIV)

    • running
    • clean
    • pure
    • filtered
  • Question of


    16Should your springs overflow in the          , your streams of water in the public squares?

    (Proverbs 5:16 NIV)

    • streets
    • rivers
    • ocean
    • towns
  • Question of


    17Let them be yours alone, never to be shared with          .

    (Proverbs 5:17 NIV)

    • strangers
    • neighbors
    • people
    • friends
  • Question of


    18May your fountain be          , and may you rejoice in the wife of your youth.

    (Proverbs 5:18 NIV)

    • blessed
    • overflowing
    • beautiful
    • sparkling
  • Question of


    19A loving doe, a graceful deer— may her           satisfy you always, may you ever be intoxicated with her love.

    (Proverbs 5:19 NIV)

    • breasts
    • love
    • kindness
    • body
  • Question of


    20Why, my son, be intoxicated with another man’s wife? Why embrace the bosom of           woman?

    (Proverbs 5:20 NIV)

    • a wayward
    • an adulterous
    • a scheming
    • a cheating
  • Question of


    21For your ways are in full view of the Lord, and he           all your paths.

    (Proverbs 5:21 NIV)

    • examines
    • judges
    • blocks
    • confuses
  • Question of


    22The evil deeds of the           ensnare them; the cords of their sins hold them fast.

    (Proverbs 5:22 NIV)

    • wicked
    • evildoers
    • sinners
    • ungodly
  • Question of


    23For lack of discipline they will          , led astray by their own great folly.

    (Proverbs 5:23 NIV)

    • die
    • suffer
    • perish
    • collapse

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