Monday, February 28, 2011

Multiple Choice: 1. What was Ruth doing when Boaz first saw her?
(a) Praying; (b) gleaning; or (c) talking with Naomi.
2. What did the kinsman of Ruth give to Boaz to confirm
that he was not going to redeem Ruth?
(a) Ten shekels; (b) his belt; or (c) his sandal.1. (b) Gleaning (Ruth 2:1-7).
The law required that landowners leave the corners of their fields and
grain dropped in the course of harvesting for the poor. ( Lev.19: 9-10 ).
2.(c) His sandal ( Ruth 4: 7,8; cf. Deut. 25: 8-10 ).

Sunday, February 27, 2011

1. Sentence completion: When she chose to go to Judah, Ruth said to Naomi,
"Entreat me not to leave you or to turn back from following you;------"
2. Multiple Choice: At what time of the year did Naomi and Ruth arrive in Bethlehem?
(a) Harvest; (b) spring planting; or (c) winter. 1. "For wherever you go, I will go; And wherever you lodge, I will lodge;
Your people shall be my people. And your God, my God" (Ruth 1:16 ).
The significance of this statement was Ruth's faith in the God of Israel.
That faith eventually led to Ruth's being included in the physical lineage of Jesus
although she was a Gentile (Matt. 1: 5).

2. Harvest (Ruth 1 :22 ).

Saturday, February 26, 2011

History ---Events:
1. Fill in the blank: The degree of personal and tribal immorality in Israel is illustrated in Judges by the story of the -------and his concubine.
2. Multiple Choice: What did the children of Benjamin do to the daughters of Shiloh?
(a) Kidnapped them; (b) killed them; or (c) stole their household gods.1. Levite (Judg. 19 )
2. (a) Kidnapped them (Judg. 21 : 21 ).
By vow, no Israelite could give a daughter as wife to Benjamite, so they
devised a ruse by which the Benjamites could get wives without violating the exact
letter of the vow (v. 18 ).

Friday, February 25, 2011

True or False?
1. God commanded Ehud, judge over Israel, to tear down the altar of Baal
and build a proper alter to God in the same spot.
2. Fill in the blank: When Samson took the honey from the carcass of the lion,
he violated his -------vow.1. False
He commanded Gideon to do this (Judg. 6: 25- 27 ).
2. Nazirite (Judg. 13 : 4,5,7 ).
The Nazirite vow represented separation to the Lord from
anything unclean. A corpse left anyone who touched it unclean ( 14: 8,9 ).

Thursday, February 24, 2011

1. Sentence completion: Joshua was announcing his death to Israel when
he said, "Behold, this day I am going-------"
2. Multiple choice: What was the reason the Israelites
did not complete the conquest of Canaan?

(a) They had no chariots; (b) they were short on manpower; or
(c) they did not completely rid the land of Canaanites.1. "The way of all the earth" (Josh. 23:14 ).

2. (c) They did not completely rid the land of Canaanites (Judg. 1:28 ).
Instead they enslaved them.
This left the Canaanites in a position to influence Israel away from the Lord.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

History ---Events Multiple Choice:
How did Joshua determine the inheritance for
the seven remaining tribes of Israel who camped at Shiloh?
(a) He let them choose the land they wanted; (b) He went from oldest
to youngest according to the sons of Jacob; or (c) He cast lots.(c) He cast lots
(Josh. 18:10 ).

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

History--- Events:
1. True or False?: To exempt her household from the Israelite's destruction of Jericho,
Rahab was to tie a yellow ribbon in her window
as a reminder to the spies who promised to spare her.
2. Fill in the blank: On the seventh day, after the Israelites had marched seven times around Jericho and the priests had blown the trumpets,
Joshua commanded the Israelites to "-------.
for the Lord has given you the city!"1. False A scarlet cord (Josh. 2:18 ).

2. "Shout " (Josh. 6: 16 ).
Their shout was a shout of triumph. They were to express confidence that
God was destroying the city without military action on their part.

Monday, February 21, 2011

1. Multiple Choice: With what did God judge the children of Israel when they complained about having to journey around the land of Edom instead of through it ?
(a) Leprosy; (b) lice; or (c) serpents.
2. Sentence completion: Because Moses struck the rock twice for water
instead of speaking to it, the Lord told him, "You shall not------"1. (c) Serpents (Num.21:6)
Jesus referred to this incident when He said, "And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up" (John 3: 14 ).

2. " Bring this congregation into the land which I have given them" ( Num. 20 :12).
By this action, Moses showed a lack of faith which God considered critical for the next great leadership task: leading Israel into Canaan.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Multiple Choice:
What were the children of Israel to wear on their garments to remind them to obey the commandments of the Lord ?
(a) The jewel resenting their tribe; (b) Urim and Thummim; or
(c) tassels with a blue thread in them.(c) Tassels with a blue thread in them (Num. 15:38, 39 ).

Saturday, February 19, 2011

1. Fill in the blanks: Ten spies who went into Canaan recommend
to Moses that they not try to possess the land. They compared the Canaanites to
-------and themselves to---------, as far as their relative sizes were concerned.
2. Sentence completion :
Joshua and Caleb told the children of Israel, "The land we passed through to spy out is an exceedingly good land. If the Lord delights in us, then He will bring us into this land---
which---" 1. Giants----grasshoppers (Num. 13 :33 ).
This report persuaded the Israelites to refuse to enter the land of Canaan at this time
and condemned them to wander in the wilderness for forty years. (14:33).

2. "Flows with milk and honey" (Num.14: 7,8 ).
The other ten spies recommended that Israel not attack the Canaanites.
The minority report of Caleb and Joshua was not heeded by Israel.

Friday, February 18, 2011

1. Fill in the blanks: When each dedication offering was made by each of the leaders of the tribes of Israel,
there were twelve silver-------, twelve silver-------'
and twelve gold -------for the alter of the tabernacle.
2. Multiple Choice: What instruments were to direct the movement of Israelite camps
and to call them to assembly before the door of the tabernacle?

(a) Gongs; (b) sackbuts; or (c) trumpets.1. Platters---bowls---pans (Num.7:84 ).
All of these utensils became the vessels used by the priests and Levites in the service of the alter.

2. (c) Trumpets ( Num. 10: 2).

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Multiple Choice:
!. Which tribe of Israel camped around the tabernacle in the middle of camp?
(a)Judah; (b) Levi; or (c) Dan.
Sentence completion:
2. God told Aaron to bless the children of Israel in this way:
"The Lord bless you and keep you"
1. (b) Levi (Num. 1: 53; 2: 17 ).
The other tribes camped in groups as the army of the Lord ( 1:52 ).
The Levites camped as servants of the tabernacle of God.
2. " The Lord make His face to shine upon you, And be gracious to you;
The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace".
( Num. 6:24-26).

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Multiple Choice:
1. In Leviticus 9, how did the Lord show that He accepted
the offerings that the priests made for the children of Israel ?
(a) He spoke approval from heaven; (b) He allowed the priests to live; or (c) He consumed the burnt offering and fat with fire.
2. What were the Israelites to do to someone they heard blaspheme the name of the Lord ?
(a) Exile him; (b) stone him; or (c) crucify him.1. (c) He consumed the burnt offering and fat with fire ( Lev. 9:24 ).
2. (b) Stone him ( Lev. 24: 11, 14 ).

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Fill in the blanks:
1. God told the Israelites concerning the inhabitants of Canaan,
"Destroy their altars, brake their sacred pillars, and cut down their wooden images---
lest you make a ------with the inhabitants of the land."
2. True or False?
When Moses returned with the tablets the second time from Mount Sinai, he wore a veil over his face except when he spoke to the Israelites because his face shone.
1. "Covenant" (Ex. 34: 13, 15)
The reasoning for this was, " For you shall worship no other god,
for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God" (v. 14 ).

2. False.
He wore the veil except when he spoke with God
(Ex. 34: 35 ).

Thursday, February 10, 2011

1. Fill in the blanks: When Moses returned to camp and saw the gold calf and
the Israelites dancing, his "anger became hot, and he cast the --------
out of his hands and broke them at the foot of the mountain".
2. True or False? :
Moses burned the molded calf, ground it in to powder,
poured it on the water,
and made the children of Israel bathe in it.
1. "Tablets" ( Ex. 32:19 ).2. False
He made them drink it (Ex. 32 : 20 ).

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

History---Events: Multiple Choice:
1. What kind of oil were the children of Israel commanded
to bring to be burned in the golden lamp stand?
(a) Mineral; (b) frankincense; or (c) olive oil.
2. True or False?
The children of Israel were forbidden to make oil of the
same composition as the holy anointing oil of the tabernacle.1 (c) Olive oil (Ex. 27: 20 )
2. True (Ex. 30 : 32 ).
That particular compound of oil and spices could only be used for tabernacle service.
To use it personally was to risk being cut off from the nation of Israel (v. 33 ).

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

History---Events Multiple Choice:
1. Which one of these materials was not used in making the tent over the tabernacle?
(a) Goat's hair; (b) camel's hair; or (c) ram skins.
2. Fill in the blanks :
On the breastplate of the priest's garments there were four rows of stones,
three stones per row. Each stone bore the name of one of the-------
of -------.

1. (b) Camel's hair (Ex. 26: 7,14 )
2. Sons ( tribes)------Israel (Ex. 28: 21 ).
There were twelve different gems on the breastplate.
No two tribes were represented by the same kind of stone (vv. 15-20

Monday, February 7, 2011

History ---Events
Multiple Choice:
How long was Moses on the mountain when God gave him His laws?
(a) Ten days and nights; (b) thirty days and nights; or (c) forty days and nights.(c) Forty days and nights
( Ex24 : 18 ).

Sunday, February 6, 2011

True or False:
God called the food HE daily sent to the Israelites in the wilderness manna.False
The Israelites called it manna (Ex13: 31).
It is popularly believed that the name is a form of the
question the Israelites asked when they first saw it,
"What is it ?"

Saturday, February 5, 2011

History---Events: Multiple Choice:
1. What feast did God establish to observe the day
He brought His people out of the land of Egypt?
(a) Feast of Unleavened Bread; (b) Feast of Purim; or (c) Feast of Tabernacles.
2. How long was the Israelite's sojourn in Egypt?
(a) 350 years; (b) 800 years; or (c) 430 years1. (a) Feast of Unleavened Bread (Ex. 12: 17).
All leaven was to be removed from homes in preparation
for the Passover to represent the purification of Hebrew homes.

2. (c) 430 years (Ex. 12 : 41 ).
God had predicted to Abraham that his descendants would serve
strangers for four centuries (Gen. 15: 13 ).

Friday, February 4, 2011

History---Event: Fill in the blanks
God instructed His people concerning the passover that they should kill the lamb at twilight. Then they should "take some of the blood and put it on the two ------ and on the ------
of the houses where they eat it."

Doorposts--- lintel (Ex. 2:7 )The Passover was to be observed annually
on the fourteenth day of each new year (v. 18 ).

Thursday, February 3, 2011

1. Fill in the blanks: After Moses asked Pharaoh to release the children of Israel, he increased their work load by making them gather-------for brick making rather than giving it to them.
2. Multiple Choice: What did Pharaoh's magicians do
when Aaron turned his rod into a serpent ?
(a) Worshiped Israel's God; (b) hid in fear; or (c) turned their rods into serpents.1. Straw (Ex. 5: 7)
Pharaoh's contention was that the Israelites were asking to go worship
because they were idle and needed more to do (v. 17 ).
2. (c) Turned their rods into serpents. (Ex. 7: 11,12).

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

History--- Events: Multiple Choice:
1. What was God's reaction to Moses "slow of speech" speech?
(a) He laughed; (b) He cried; or (c) He became angry.
2 . Fill in the blanks:

God told Moses the children of Israel would not leave Egypt empty- handed.
Every women would ask neighbor for articles of ------ and ------and for------.
In this manner they would plunder the Egyptians.1. (c) He became angry (Ex. 4:14 ).

God recognized this as an excuse rather then a legitimate concern.

2. Silver---gold---clothing (Ex 3:22 ).