Answer: Lot's wife
More information: Lot's wife instantly turned into a pillar of salt after she gazed upon the burning Sodom and Gomorrah.
More information: Elijah was on so many occasions persecuted by Jezebel.
Answer: Jesus wept
More information: The shortest verse in the Bible can be found the Gospel of John, chapter 11, verse 35. It states 'Jesus wept'.
Answer: Jesus Christ
More information: On one of His adventures on the Sea of Galilee, Jesus Christ waved a hand over the sea and calmed the trouble waters. He brought so much relief to the weary persons on board the fishing boat.
More information: Moses' mother (Jochebed) placed him in a basket and let it roll down the River Nile.
Answer: The harp
More information: The harp was the musical instrument David often played to sooth King Saul.
More information: In the Bible, David and Jonathan's friendship is considered as one of the strongest bond between two people.
More information: When the Philistines took Samson Captive, he was chained to two pillars. Imbued by the strength of God again, Samson brought the Dagon temple down. He killed himself and the Philistines present in the temple.
More information: Noah avoided the demise of all animals on earth by picking one male and female animal.
Answer: 5 loaves
More information: It is written in the Scriptures that Jesus fed a 5,000-man congregation with just 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish.
More information: The king, upset by the teachings of Daniel, threw Daniel into a den filled with hungry and vicious lions.
More information: Samson was bestowed with superhuman strengths. In one of his feats, he killed a lion with his bare hands.
More information: David is arguably the bravest kid in the Bible. Consumed by the Spirit of God, David delivered a fatal shot from his slingshot at Goliath.
More information: Moses' rod is renowned for many miracles. One of them happened when it turned into bronze through the power of our Lord God.
More information: In the book of Matthew chapter 4 verse 18, the first two apostles of Christ Jesus were fishermen.
Answer: The Sea of Galilee
More information: Christ first saw Peter and Andrew close to the Sea of Galilee. He beseeched them to follow Him.
Answer: Tempted to turn stone into bread
More information: Jesus' first temptation came when the devil dared him to turn stones into bread.
Answer: Andrew and Peter
More information: Our Lord reached out to Andrew and Peter to follow Him.
Answer: 40 days and 40 nights
More information: Jesus Christ's fast lasted for 40 days and 40 nights in the wilderness.
Answer: The Wilderness
More information: Immediately after His baptism, Jesus Christ headed to the wilderness to begin his fasting.