Not the easiest Bible Riddle, but it’s still a riddle with some Bible mixed in:
What English word is as long as it is valued?
Your clue/answer can be found in 1 Chronicles 21:1-24. It’s not a short read, but hey, they can’t all be softballs; plus it’s a curious and instrumental moment in Israel’s history.
Here’s a “longer” riddle with a short answer; with a clue-to-answer ratio like this one you won’t have to think as hard about it:
I can be half without getting thinner. I can shine with no fire. I can be hidden but never taken. I can stay dry while moving the ocean. What am I?
What do you think the answer is? Have an idea but you’re not quite sure? Check out Psalm 89:20-37 to see if you can find the word that you’re thinking of. Even if you don’t have any idea you can still check out the reference…the answer is in there somewhere.
You may need more than your fingers and toes for this one, I don’t know. See what you can figure out.
How high would you have to count before you use the letter ‘A’ in the spelling of a number?
Have you tallied up the answer? Share it in the comment section.
Still need a hint? Read 2 Peter 3:1-18 and look for the word that works as the answer.
Good luck and have a blessed week.
I have the riddle if you have the time:
Countless blades that bend with a touch, exploited by kids who want to make a buck. What am I?
I have the time if you have an answer.
Can’t figure it out? Need a hint? Read James 1:1-12 and look for the word that best answers today’s riddle.
Bundle up, North America, it’s cold outside!
Look it up you riddle solvers, it’s your Monday morning Bible riddle:
After you go through a fall I will take over. All life will stall, or at least grow slower. What am I?
Here’s your scripture reference: 2 Timothy 4:1-22 – look for the word that fits as an answer to the question.
Have a blessed week.
It may take a bank-teller to tell everyone the right answer to this riddle:
What is the difference between a dollar and a half and thirty five-cents?
Think you know the answer without searching Google? Then share it in the comments. Need a hint to narrow it down? Then search Acts 19:20-41 and look for the word that’ll let you cash in.
A classic riddle? Maybe not. But you do have to use a classic translation to solve it.
I’m tall when I’m young and I’m short when I’m old. What am I?
Know what the answer is? You would if you had a clue you say? Check out Psalm 18:21-35 (KJV) and look for the word that best lines up as an answer for the riddle.
Now you can consider yourself classically trained.
Have a blessed day!
If you can figure out this Bible riddle then the rest of the week won’t be a problem:
You wear me every day but you never put me on. And I will change colors if you leave me out too long. What am I?
Think you know? Then share the answer.
Need a hint to take you in the right direction? Read Exodus 34:27-35. It won’t take very long to read, and the answer to the riddle is in there to boot!
There’s no trick to this riddle but it is tricky:
I’m in everybody but everybody still wants me. I won’t feed you but I’ll feed the tree. What am I?
Need a hint? Check out Jeremiah 2:1-13 and look for the word that best answers the riddle. Have fun.
For those of you with larger families, this riddle may not be much of a challenge:
If you have two twins, three triplets and four quadruplets; how many people do you have?
Now that’s a family that could actually finish off a 12 lb. turkey, but you don’t really have to have that many kids to figure this one out. Just check out Luke 17:1-19 and look for the word that best fits as today’s answer.
Think you know the Bible? Think you know animals? Think you know riddles? Well I have something for you!
Which side of a cat has the most fur?
Do you know the answer? Do you need a hint? Check out this famous story from the Old Testament (Judges 7:1-20) and look for the word that wins the game. When you find it, you’ll be that much closer to whole Bible, animals and riddles thing.
Have a blessed week.
Have a personal library? Maybe it will help you to figure out today’s Bible riddle:
You have two books. One of them is upside-down and the other is rotated so the top of the book is facing you. What is the sum of the first page in each book?
Don’t have a personal library? No problem. All you need is a single copy of God’s word. Get your own Bible out or click the provided link to check out Genesis 29:1-20 and look for the word that answers the riddle.
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 don’t have anything up my sleeve, but this riddle is a tricky one to say the least:
There were 4 men fishing. The boat tipped, and every man fell into the water. Not a single man got wet. How is this possible?
Believe it or not there’s a “scriptural answer” to this not so scriptural riddle. Do you know what it is? Need that clue? Check out Numbers 36:1-13 and look for the word(s) that answer this head-scratcher.