Now where’d I put that precious thing?
How could I ever forget?
Be it age or lack of a finger’s string,
It still makes a body fret.
I look on high, and I look down low,
I turn the house into a mess;
I turn and ask the Lord to show—
When found: relief! God bless!
Bible riddle, Bible riddle on the wall, who is the slickest Bible riddle solver of them all? Well, let’s see:
Had by few but treasured by all. I’m on the inside and outside, and I make men fall. What am I?
Still need a hint? No problem. Read Proverbs 31:10-31 and look for the word that answers the riddle.
It’s harvest time around here so I figured a Bible riddle with a harvest theme might be good:
A farmer has three fields. One of them has 3 bundles of hay, another has 4, and the last has 5. How many would he have in the first field if he combined all of them in that field?
Harvested the answer yet? Need a hint? Check out Colossians 3:9-17 and look for the word that provides the answer to the question.
Good luck. Happy reading. Share the answer if you like. And have a blessed week.
I remember this one from when I was a kid…
An electric train is traveling south. Which way does the smoke go?
Do you remember it too? Feel free to share the answer if you do.
But if you don’t remember it or you can’t figure it out then read Luke 9:51-62 for a hint.
Give it a try. After all, the worst that can happen is a little Bible reading and there’s nothing bad about that.
Better put your thinking caps on, or your thinking coffee in your cup, for this riddle. But believe it or not, the answer to this riddle can still be found in the scriptures.
You are awoken at 3 A.M. by a knock on your door. Your parents call you to let you know that they are there for breakfast. You are confused but quickly think of what food you have. You have bread, jam, butter, and eggs. What do you open first?
Tell me what you think it is. Do you have it figured out? Need the hint after all? Check out John 10:1-11 and look for the word(s) that answers the riddle. Don’t give up, it’s there!
Simplicity at its finest:
I do not eat food. But I do enjoy a light meal every day. What am I?
What do you think? Think it’s not that simple? Check out Matthew 15:1-13 and look for the word that answers the question. Just read it, look closely and you’ll get it.
This is a great riddle. It’s a little tricky, but not anything near impossible. And when you hear the answer it makes perfect sense. Can you figure it out?
Of the king I am blue and of the peasant I am red. Of the frog I am cold and of the dog I am hot instead. What am I?
If you’re needing a bump in the right direction check out Ephesians 6:10-20 and look for the word that answers the riddle.
Read carefully, think about the riddle and you’ll get it. Have a great week!
No doubt about it, last week’s Bible riddle about the “secret password” put a strain on the brain, but I believe this week’s riddle might be a little more relaxing:
What has one head, one foot and four legs?
Do you already know the answer? Share it in the comments. Need a hint? Check out Mark 4:21-34 and look for the word that best fits as the answer.
Have a safe and blessed week.
This one is tough, so it may be a good thing that this is a Bible riddle:
You want to go to a secret meeting but to get in you must respond correctly to what the doorman says. The doorman says 12 to one man and the man responds 6, and he is allowed in. Then he says 6 to another man and the man says 3, and he too is allowed in. A third man walks up and he says 10 and the man responds 5, but he is denied entry. What number should he have said to get in?
Looking for that hint aren’t you? Check out Genesis 6:1-16 and look for the word that best fits the answer to the question. And if you’re feeling spunky, try explaining the “logic” behind the answer.
Hey, after you answer this riddle everything else this week has to get easier!
This one is pretty good:
What belongs to you but others use it more?
Think about it for a little while. Still can’t come up with the answer? Check out Genesis 12:1-8 and look for the word, or words, that best answers today’s riddle.
Good luck, have fun and have a great week.
This one is a classic:
How many eggs can you put in an empty basket?
Not classically trained in riddles? Check out this scripture reference (Daniel 2:28-45) and look for the word that answers the question.
Good luck, and have a great day!
You can think about this one the next time you’re at the grocery store:
A clerk at a butcher’s shop stands 5’ 10” tall and wears size 13 shoes. What does he weigh?
Need a hint? Get in line, your number is 134. Just playing! Read Numbers 11:16-35 and you’ll find the word that answers the riddle.
You’re probably going to have to think on this one:
A truck driver is going opposite traffic on a one-way street. A police officer sees him but doesn’t stop him. Why didn’t the police officer stop him?
Believe it or not, if you’re needing help the answer to this Bible riddle can be found verbatim somewhere in Mark 11:20-33. See if you can figure it out.
Step right up and take a swing:
Feathers, I am as light, but quite heavy if squeezed tight. I’m seen as clean and pure, but often talked about with dirty terms. What am I?
You have this one don’t you? If you only had a clue you say? Well, read Proverbs 31:10-31 and look for the word that knocks the Bible riddle out of park.
Alright you English majors, what’s the answer to this:
Which is correct, 9 and 5 is 13 or 9 plus 5 is 13?
Know the answer? Feel free to share it in the comments! Need a clue? Check out Matthew 5:28-40 and look for the word that bests fits as the answer.
In case you don’t want to know the answer be careful about clicking on the comments section.
Have a great week!