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  1. Deut.-Judges Review

  2. Moses first sermon was about remembering the ___________.

  3. Moses first sermon was about remembering the Journey.

  4. Moses second sermon was about reviewing God’s _______ and rules to remember.

  5. Moses second sermon was about reviewing God’s Law and rules to remember.

  6. His third sermon was about _____________ to consider.

  7. His third sermon was about consequences to consider.

  8. In his first sermon he reviews their tragic sin at Kadesh-barnea when they refused to _____ ____ ______. This was why they had to wander around for 38 years. He also reminded them of his own sin which would keep him from the Promised Land.

  9. In his first sermon he reviews their tragic sin at Kadesh-barnea when they refused to refused to enter. This was why they had to wander around for 38 years. He also reminded them of his own sin which would keep him from the Promised Land.

  10. In his third sermon he talks about what would happen if Israel abandoned the covenant. He said they would be ______ ____ __ the land for disobedience. This happened later in their history.

  11. In his third sermon he talks about what would happen if Israel abandoned the covenant. He said they would be driven out of the land for disobedience. This happened later in their history.

  12. Approximately when did the story of Job occur? (about the same time as Abraham)

  13. 2000 B.C.

  14. Satan approached God and says Job only serves him because of 2 reasons—because God has given him much ______ and good ________.

  15. Satan approached God and says Job only serves him because of 2 reasons—because God has given him much wealth and good health.

  16. Job was healed when he _______ ______ his friends.

  17. Job was healed when he prayed for his friends.

  18. The Book of Joshua covers a period of about how many years?

  19. 25

  20. Who are the 3 most important players?

  21. Joshua, Caleb, and Rahab

  22. Joshua sent two spies to check out Jericho. They were helped by a prostitute named _____. She hid them, they spared her when the city was destroyed, and later she married an Israelite and became the ancestor of what 2 famous people?

  23. Rahab

  24. She hid them, they spared her when the city was destroyed, and later she married an Israelite and became the ancestor of what 2 famous people?

  25. David and Jesus

  26. The people who had come out of Egypt had all died. The people who were about to go into the promised land had all been born along the way (Except for Joshua and Caleb). God wanted the men to be consecrated so he ordered that they be ______________ at Gilgal.

  27. The people who had come out of Egypt had all died. The people who were about to go into the promised land had all been born along the way (Except for Joshua and Caleb). God wanted the men to be consecrated so he ordered that they be circumcised at Gilgal.

  28. This is significant today because the Bible says in several places that this same action should be done figuratively to our hearts in order to make them pure before God.

  29. The Lesson learned from Jericho is that obedience to God brings _________.

  30. The Lesson learned from Jericho is that obedience to God brings victory.

  31. What is the lesson Israel should have learned from Ai?

  32. Disobedience to God brings defeat

  33. What is the lesson Israel should have learned from Gibeon?

  34. When uncertain about God’s will, ask Him for guidance

  35. Review PART 2

  36. When did the manna cease?

  37. As soon as they ate of the fruit of the land.

  38. After the land was divided the tabernacle was set up here

  39. Shiloh

  40. Not doing what God told her to do, that is, to drive out the enemy, was Israel’s _________.

  41. Not doing what God told her to do, that is, to drive out the enemy, was Israel’s Compromise.

  42. Doing what God told her not to do, that is, to worship the gods of her enemies, was Israel’s ___________.

  43. Doing what God told her not to do, that is, to worship the gods of her enemies, was Israel’s Apostasy.

  44. A) Sampson • B) Deborah • C) Gideon • D) Othniel • E) Abimelech • F) Ehud • G) Jephthah • Moab—stabbed the King with an 18 inch dagger

  45. Ehud

  46. A) Sampson • B) Deborah • C) Gideon • D) Othniel • E) Abimelech • F) Ehud • G) Jephthah • Canaanites—informed Barak God had chosen him to lead an army against the king of Hazor

  47. Deborah

  48. A) Sampson • B) Deborah • C) Gideon • D) Othniel • E) Abimelech • F) Ehud • G) Jephthah • Midian—He put out a fleece twice

  49. Gideon

  50. A) Sampson • B) Deborah • C) Gideon • D) Othniel • E) Abimelech • F) Ehud • G) Jephthah • The Anti-Judge—a woman dropped a millstone from the city tower on his head and cracked his skull