Thursday, June 30, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Multiple Choice: A man was not to go into battle if he had built a new house but had not yet

(a) painted ; (b) finished; or (c) dedicated it.

2. A man was not to go into battle if he had planted a vineyard but had not yet:

(a) eaten of it ; (b) cultivated it ; or (c) harvested from it.1. (c) Dedicated (Deut. 20 : 5 ).

2. (a) Eaten of it (Deut. 20 : 6 ) The establishment of the vine was of great importance in an agricultural society.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Question: Into how many parts was Israel to divide the land after it had been conquered, in order to establish cities of refuge?

Three (Deut. 19:1-3 ). These cities were for the protection of someone who had committed unintentional manslaughter.

2. Fill in the blank: The cities of refuge were to provide refuge for a man who killed his neighbor unintentionally. not having ---------him in the past.

Hated (Deut. 19 : 4 )

3. Question: What was done to a person found to be a false witness against another?

He received the penalty he was seeking against the other person (Deut.19:16, 19 ).

Monday, June 27, 2011

Law and Promise:

1.Question : Fill in the blank Moses said, The Lord your God will raise up for you a -------like me from your midst, from your brethren. Him you shall hear".

2. According to Deuteronomy 18:22, how could the Israelites determine whether someone claiming to be a prophet was a true prophet of God?

1. "Prophet" (Deut.18 : 15 ). Peter quotes this verse in showing that Jesus was the One of whom Moses spoke (Acts 2 :22 )

2. If the prophecy did not come to pass, the prophet was a false prophet (Deut, 18 : 22 ).

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Fill in the blanks: Moses predicts in Deuteronomy 17 that Israel will ask for a ------ like all the nations around them.

2. The Levites "have no inheritance among their brethren; the ---------is their inheritance".1. King (Deut. 17 : 14 ) This prophecy was fulfilled about

four hundred years later in the days of Samuel.

2. "Lord" (Deut. 18 : 2 ) This meant that the Levites were to own no land. They were to live on the land provided among the other tribes and be supported by them.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Law and Promise:

Fill in the blanks:

'Whoever is worthy of death shall be put to death on the testimony of ------or------witnesses, but he shall not be put to death on the testimony of -------witness.""two---three---one"

(Deut. 17 : 6 )

Friday, June 24, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Multiple Choice: The Feast of Weeks followed Passover by how many weeks ?

(a) Three; (b) seven; or (c) fourteen.

(b) Seven (Deut. 16 : 9, 10 ) The Feast of Weeks was later known as Pentecost because it followed Passover by fifty days.

2. What kind of offering was to be given to the Lord during the Feast of Weeks ?

(a) Heave offering; (b) wave offering; or (c) freewill offering.

(c) Freewill offering (Deut. 16 : 10 ).

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Multiple Choice: The unleavened bread to be eaten during Passover was called the bread of :

(a) Deliverance; (b) redemption; or (c) affliction.

(c) Affliction (Deut. 16: 3 ) Eating unleavened bread was to remind Israelites of the suffering experienced in Egypt and of God's deliverance.

2. True or False? The Israelites were to sacrifice and eat the Passover each in his own house.

False They were to sacrifice and eat it in the place God had appointed (Deut. 16 : 5-7 )

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Multiple Choice: What were the Hebrews not allowed to do to the firstborn

males of the flock?

(a) Eat them; (b) ride them; (c) shear them.
2. Question: For how many days were the Jews required to eat unleavened bread?1. (c) Shear them (Deut. 15 : 19

2. Seven days (Deut. 16: 3 ) Passover was also known as the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Multiple Choice: Under Mosaic Law how long could one Hebrew keep another Hebrew as a slave before he had to set him free?

(a) Three years; (b) six years; (c) seven years.

2. Fill in the blank: If a man or woman wanted to remain a slave for life to a fellow Hebrew, then the master was to take a awl and trust it through the slave's--------.
1. (b) Six years (Deut. 15 : 12 )

2. Ear ( Deut. 15: 17 )

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. True or False? According to Mosaic Law the Israelites were to lend to the poor sufficient for his need.

True ( Deut. 15 : 8 )

2. Israel was allowed to lone to other nations but not to borrow from them.

True (Deut.15 : 6 ) To borrow from an other nation was to give that nation a place of power over them.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Question: The Israelites were not to shave what part of their heads for the dead, the front or back?
2. Two conditions made an animal detestable and inedible to the children of Israel. Name one of them.1. The front of their heads (Deut. 14: 1)
Most probably this was a practice of those who worshiped idols.

2. An uncloven hoof or not chewing the cud (Deut. 14 : 6 )

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. True or False ? The false prophet in Israel was to be put to death.

2. If an Israelite's brother, son, daughter, wife or friend enticed him to serve other Gods, that "enticer"was to be sent out of Israel.
3. The Ten Commandments are found in the books of Exodus and Leviticus.
1. True (Deut.13 :5 )

2. False The "enticer" was to be stoned (Deut. 13: 6-10)

3. False They are found in both Exodus and Deuteronomy (Ex. 20 : 1-17; Deut. 5: 6-21 )

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Law and Promise:

True or False : When the Israelites crossed into the Promised Land, they were allowed to offer sacrifice in many different places.
False: They could only sacrifice in the one place God chose ( Deut. 12:1-14 ).

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Law and Promise:

Fill in the blanks: 1. The Israelites were to love the stranger among them because they had been strangers in the land of -------.

2. Moses said , "Behold, I set before you today a -------and a -------: the --------, if you obey the commandments of the Lord your God--;and the ------, if you do not obey the commandments of the Lord your God."1. Egypt (Deut. 10: 19 )

2. "Blessing---curse-----blessing----curse" (Deut. 11: 26-28 )

Friday, June 3, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Fill in the blank: As the people readied themselves to go into Canaan, Moses described the Lord their God as a -------fire.

2. "And now, Israel,what does the Lord your God require of you, but to fear the Lord your God, to --------in all His ways and to--------Him, to serve the Lord your God with all your-------and with all your -------."1. Consuming (Deut. 9: 3 )

2."Walk---love---heart---soul (Deut. 10 : 12 )

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Law and Promise:

1. Fill in the blanks: God led Israel in the wilderness forty years to humble them and test them, to know what was in their -------, whether they would keep His ------or not.

2. Sentence completion: God fed the Israelites with manna so they might know " that man shall not live by bread alone; but man lives by----"
1. Hearts-----commandments. (Deut.8 : 2)
Throughout Scripture God tests His people to search out their faith.

2. "Every word that proceeds from the mouth of the Lord".(Deut. 8:3 )
Jesus used this Scripture to refute the temptation of Satan when the Devil told Him to change stones into bread (Matt. 4: 4 ).