“Old Testament: 1 Samuel–Malachi Learning Assessment Study Guide,” Seminary Learning Assessments (2016)
“Old Testament: 1 Samuel–Malachi,” Seminary Learning Assessments
Doctrinal mastery questions: Understand the doctrines taught in the scripture mastery verses.
Context and content questions: Understand some of the key accounts and associated principles.
Samuel and Eli: what Samuel’s experience teaches about learning to recognize the voice of the Lord (see 1 Samuel 3:4–10)
Reasons Israel desired a king (see 1 Samuel 8:6–7, 19–20)
David and Goliath: what David relied on to defeat Goliath (see 1 Samuel 17:37, 45–47)
Uzzah’s steadying of the ark of the covenant: lessons learned about directing or correcting God’s work without authority (see 2 Samuel 6:3–7)
David and Bathsheba: lessons learned about avoiding temptations and controlling lustful desires (see 2 Samuel 11:1–5)
Solomon’s marriages to non-Israelite women: consequences of marrying outside the covenant (see 1 Kings 11:3–6)
Elijah and the widow in Zarephath: what the widow did to act in faith (see 1 Kings 17:9–16)
Elijah and his contest with the prophets of Baal: lessons learned about God’s power (see 1 Kings 18:26–29, 36–39)
Naaman: lessons learned about following a prophet (see 2 Kings 5:9–10, 13–14)
Job: lessons learned about trials (see Job 13:13–16)
Daniel: truths learned from his experience in the king’s court (see Daniel 1:3–20)
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego: lessons learned about faith (see Daniel 3:14–18)
Doctrines and principles: Understand major doctrines and principles taught in the Old Testament.
Blessings of worshipping in the temple (see 1 Kings 8:37–40; see also Bible Dictionary, “Temple”) and becoming saviors on Mount Zion (see Obadiah 1:17, 21; see also Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph Smith , 473)
Conditions during the Millennium (see Isaiah 65:21–25)
Key scripture phrases: Understand the meaning and significance of key scripture phrases.