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Survey of the Scriptures

Part 3: Rise of the Hebrew Nation

Rise of the Hebrew Nation



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1. Old Testament books record history with what divine purpose?

    a) To explain the existence of the Jewish people.

    b) To tell of God’s dealings with His people.

2. Which leader led the Israelites in the conquest of Canaan?

    a) Moses.

    b) David.

    c) Joshua.

3. The army of Israel was successful in exterminating all the Canaanites.

    a) True.

    b) False.

4. The times described in Judges are especially remembered as

    a) a dark period of sinful decline.

    b) a heroic age of great exploits.

5. The last and greatest judge was

    a) Samson.

    b) Ruth.

    c) Samuel.

6. The main difference between the kings of Israel and neighboring kings was

    a) that Israel’s kings were not as wealthy and powerful.

    b) that Israel’s kings were subject to God’s commands given through His priests or prophets.

7. David spent a long time as a fugitive because

    a) the giant Goliath was after him.

    b) King Saul tried to kill him.

    c) his own people would not accept him.

8. When David became king he lived a perfect life.

    a) True.

    b) False.

9. The first time Christ is called “the Messiah” in Scripture was in a song sung by

    a) Hannah.

    b) Ruth.

    c) David.

10. The rise of the Hebrew nation illustrates the truth that

    a) great leaders produce great nations.

    b) righteousness exalts a nation.

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