The Book Of Joshua – Bible questions and answers for kids




The Book Of Joshua – Bible questions and answers for kids


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The Book Of Joshua – Bible questions and answers for kids




1. QUESTION: State the given name of Joshua.

 ANSWER: Joshua the son of Nun (1:1)


2. QUESTION: What part of the land did God promise to give to Joshua and the Israelites?

 ANSWER: Every place where you set your foot (1:3)


3. QUESTION: According to Joshua 1:4, what river was to serve as a boundary for the children of Israel?

 ANSWER: The Euphrates (1:4)


4. QUESTION: In what manner did God promise to be with Joshua?

 ANSWER: As He was with Moses (1:5)


5. QUESTION: God commanded Joshua not to turn in what directions from the law of Moses?

 ANSWER: To the right or to the left (1:7)


6. QUESTION: Quote Joshua 1:8.

 ANSWER: “Do not let this Book of the Law depart from your mouth; meditate on it day and night, so that you

may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.” (1:8)


7. QUESTION: According to Joshua 1:8, what three things will guarantee good success?

 ANSWER: A. The Book of the Law is not to depart out of our mouth

B. We are to meditate on the law day and night

C. We are to do what is written in the law (1:8)


8. QUESTION: Finish this quote and give the reference. “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and


 ANSWER: “ not terrified discouraged; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you

wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9


9. QUESTION: What were the children of Israel to prepare three days before they passed over Jordan?

 ANSWER: Supplies (1:11)


10. QUESTION: What would happen after Israel passed over the river Jordan?

 ANSWER: They would possess the land which the Lord had promised to give them (1:11)


11. QUESTION: What three tribes did Joshua remind of their commitment to Moses and the Lord?

 ANSWER: A. The Reubenites B. The Gadites C. The half tribe of Manasseh (1:12)


12. QUESTION: What commitment had the three tribes, who received their inheritance on the east side of Jordan,

made to Moses and the Lord?

 ANSWER: That they would pass over the Jordan armed, and would fight with their brothers until Israel took

possession of the land (1:14-15)

 13. QUESTION: What did the three tribes promise Joshua concerning their commitment to Moses and the Lord?

 ANSWER: All that Joshua commanded they would do, and wherever he sent them they would go. (1:16)


14. QUESTION: What stipulation did the three tribes make as a condition for following to Joshua’s leadership?

 ANSWER: That God be with Joshua as He was with Moses (1:17)


15. QUESTION: What was to happen to the man who rebelled against Joshua’s leadership?

 ANSWER: He was to be put to death (1:18)






1. QUESTION: The two spies, sent out by Joshua, lodged in whose house?

 ANSWER: Rahab (2:1)


2. QUESTION: (Two part question) Concerning the spies, what did the king of Jericho demand of Rahab, and

why did he make this demand?

 ANSWER: A. That she bring them out B. Because they had come to spy out the whole land (2:3)


3. QUESTION: What did Rahab tell the messengers of the king concerning her knowledge of the origin of the


 ANSWER: She said she did not know where they came from (2:4)


4. QUESTION: Where did Rahab hide the spies who were sent by Joshua?

 ANSWER: Under stalks of flax on her roof top (2:6)


5. QUESTION: What did the people of Jericho do as soon the men who pursued the spies were gone out of the


 ANSWER: They shut the gate (2:7)


6. QUESTION: According to Joshua 2:9, what three things did Rahab admit concerning Israel?

 ANSWER: A. The Lord had given Israel the land

B. The fear of Israel had fallen on the people of the land

C. The inhabitants of the land were melting in fear because of Israel (2:9)


7. QUESTION: What happened to the hearts of the people of Jericho as soon as they had heard of the great

deeds that God had done for Israel?

 ANSWER: Their hearts melted and everyone’s courage failed (2:11)


8. QUESTION: For whom did Rahab ask kindness in return for her kindness toward the spies?

 ANSWER: Her family (2:12)


9. QUESTION: Quote the promise the two spies made to Rahab.

 ANSWER: “Our life for your lives… If you don’t tell what we are doing, we will treat you kindly and faithfully

when the Lord gives us the land.” (2:14)


10. QUESTION: How did the spies escape from the city of Jericho?

 ANSWER: Rahab let them down by a cord through the window (2:15)


11. QUESTION: How was it possible for Rahab to let the spies down by a cord through a window?

 ANSWER: Her house was upon the town wall (2:15)


12. QUESTION: What two things did the spies require of Rahab in order that she benefit from their oath?

 ANSWER: A. She was to tie a scarlet cord in her window

B. She was to bring her family into her home (2:18)


13. QUESTION: What would happen to the member of Rahab’s family who was found outside her house when

Israel invaded Jericho?

 ANSWER: His blood would be on his own head (2:19)


14. QUESTION: What would be the consequences if Rahab told of the business of the two spies?

 ANSWER: Israel would be released from their oath to save her family (2:20)


15. QUESTION: Quote the report the spies gave to Joshua.

 ANSWER: “The Lord has surely given the whole land into our hands; all the people are melting in fear

because of us.” (2:24)




1. QUESTION: (Fill in the blanks) Before Israel crossed into the land of Canaan, they set out from __________

and went to the __________.

 ANSWER: A. Shittim B. Jordan (3:1)


2. QUESTION: What was to be the sign for the Israelites to move from their tents and follow the ark of the


 ANSWER: The priests bearing the ark of the covenant (3:3)


3. QUESTION: What space was to be kept between the ark of the covenant and the people who followed it into

the Jordan River?

 ANSWER: About one thousand yards (3:4)


4. QUESTION: Finish this quote and give the reference. “Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow...”

 ANSWER: “...the Lord will do amazing things among you.” Joshua 3:5


5. QUESTION: After taking up the ark of the covenant prior to the Jordan crossing, what were the priests

instructed to do?

 ANSWER: Go ahead of the people (3:6)


6. QUESTION: What did God promise to do for Joshua on the day Israel crossed into Canaan?

 ANSWER: Exalt him in the sight of all Israel (3:7)


7. QUESTION: At what time were the priests to stand still in Jordan?

 ANSWER: When they reached the edge of the water (3:8)


8. QUESTION: According to Joshua 3:10, what two things did Joshua promise that God would do for the people?

 ANSWER: A. He would be among them B. He would drive out the inhabitants of the land before them (3:10)


9. QUESTION: List the seven nations God promised to drive out of the land of Canaan.

 ANSWER: A. Canaanites B. Hittites C. Hivites D. Perizzites E. Girgashites F. Amorites G. Jebusites (3:10)


10. QUESTION: When were the waters of Jordan to stand in a heap?

ANSWER: As soon as the priests carrying the ark set foot in the waters of Jordan (3:13)


11. QUESTION: What did God promise would happen to the waters of Jordan when Israel crossed over?

 ANSWER: The waters flowing downstream will be cut off and stand up in a heap (3:13)


12. QUESTION: What was the condition of the Jordan River at the time of Israel’s crossing?

 ANSWER: Flood stage (3:15)


13. QUESTION: At what time of year was the Jordan River at flood stage?

 ANSWER: During harvest (3:15)


14. QUESTION: The waters of Jordan piled up in a heap at what city?

 ANSWER: Adam (3:16)


15. QUESTION: What did the priests who bore the ark of the covenant do while the people of Israel were passing

over on dry ground?

 ANSWER: They stood firm on dry ground in the middle of the Jordan (3:17)









1. QUESTION: What did Joshua command Israel to remove out of the middle of theJordan?

 ANSWER: Twelve stones (4:3)


2. QUESTION: Where were the twelve stones removed from the Jordan to be left?

 ANSWER: In the place where they stayed the night they crossed over (4:3)


3. QUESTION: The men who were selected to carry the twelve stones from the middle of Jordan were instructed

to go over before what?

 ANSWER: The Ark of the Lord their God (4:5)


4. QUESTION: Why were the children of Israel to set up the stones on the Canaan side of the Jordan River?

 ANSWER: To serve as a sign among them (4:6)


5. QUESTION: How were the children of Israel to respond when their children asked about the twelve stones set

up on the Canaan side of Jordan?

 ANSWER: That the flow of the Jordan was cut off before the ark of the covenant of the Lord. (4:7)


6. QUESTION: (Two part question) The twelve stones to be set up on the Canaan side of Jordan were to be

what, and for what period of time?

 ANSWER: A. A memorial unto the people of Israel B. Forever (4:7)


7. QUESTION: At the time of the writing of the book of Joshua, what was the status of the twelve stone memorial

beside Jordan?

 ANSWER: They were still there at that time (4:9)


8. QUESTION: What three tribes passed over armed before the children of Israel?

 ANSWER: A. Reuben B. Gad C. Half of the tribe of Manasseh (4:12)


9. QUESTION: How many armed men from Reuben, Gad and Manasseh passed over before Israel?

 ANSWER: About forty thousand (4:13)


10. QUESTION: What did God do for Joshua on the day that Israel passed over Jordan?

 ANSWER: He exalted him in the sight of all Israel (4:14)


11. QUESTION: When did the waters of the Jordan River return unto their place?

 ANSWER: As soon as the feet of the priests were on the dry land (4:18)


12. QUESTION: What was the condition of the Jordan River after the waters were returned to their place?

 ANSWER: The waters ran at flood stage as they did before (4:18)


13. QUESTION: On what day did Israel cross over the Jordan River into Canaan?

 ANSWER: On the tenth day of the first month (4:19)


14. QUESTION: What was the name given to the place where Israel camped once they crossed into Canaan?

 ANSWER: Gilgal (4:19)


15. QUESTION: According to Joshua 4:23-24, give two reasons why God dried up the Jordan River for Israel to

cross over.

 ANSWER: A. That all the people of the earth might know that the hand of the Lord is powerful

B. That Israel might always fear the Lord their God (4:24)





Wednesday Morning Quiz Material Chapters 5 - 7



1. QUESTION: How did the kings of the Amorites and Canaanites feel when they heard that the Lord had dried

up the waters of Jordan for the Israelites?

 ANSWER: Their hearts melted and they no longer had the courage to face the Israelites (5:1)


2. QUESTION: What did God command Joshua to do to the children of Israel which Moses had already done


 ANSWER: Circumcise the Israelites again (5:2)


3. QUESTION: What had happened to the Israelite males that had been circumcised soon after leaving Egypt?

 ANSWER: They died in the desert (5:4)


4. QUESTION: Why did Joshua circumcise the Israelite males?

 ANSWER: Because the men born in the desert had not been circumcised (5:5)


5. QUESTION: Why had the Israelites moved about in the wilderness until all the men of military age when they

left Egypt had died?

 ANSWER: Because they had not obeyed the voice of the Lord (5:6)


6. QUESTION: Because Israel had not obeyed God, He determined not to show what unto them?

 ANSWER: The land which He had promised to give to them (5:6)


7. QUESTION: God had sworn to give the land of Canaan to the children of Israel. How did He describe this


 ANSWER: A land flowing with milk and honey (5:6)


8. QUESTION: Why was the place of Israel’s first encampment inside Canaan called Gilgal?

 ANSWER: Because on that day God took away the reproach of Egypt from Israel (5:9)


9. QUESTION: While encamped at Gilgal, what did the Israelites keep on the fourteenth day of the month?

 ANSWER: The Passover (5:10)


10. QUESTION: Where was Gilgal located geographically?

 ANSWER: On the plains of Jericho (5:10)


11. QUESTION: What did Israel begin to eat on the day following their first Passover in Canaan?

 ANSWER: The produce of the land (5:11)


12. QUESTION: When did the manna cease to appear for the Israelites?

 ANSWER: The day after they ate the produce of the land (5:12)


13. QUESTION: What did Joshua ask the man with a drawn sword whom he met by Jericho?

 ANSWER: Are you for us, or for our enemies? (5:13)


14. QUESTION: In response to Joshua’s inquiry concerning his identity, what did the man with the drawn sword


 ANSWER: Neither, but as commander of the army of the Lord I have now come (5:14)


15. QUESTION: Quote the command that the captain of the Lord’s army gave to Joshua.

 ANSWER: “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy.” (5:15)




1. QUESTION: Why did the people of Jericho tightly shut up their city?

 ANSWER: Because of the Israelites (6:1)


2. QUESTION: How many times were the Israelites to circle the city of Jericho during the first six days?

 ANSWER: Once each day (6:3)


3. QUESTION: (Two part question) As Israel marched around the city of Jericho, how many priests preceded

the ark and what were they carrying?

 ANSWER: A. Seven priests B. Trumpets of rams’ horns (6:4)


4. QUESTION: How many times were the Israelites to circle the city of Jericho on the seventh day?

 ANSWER: Seven times (6:4)


5. QUESTION: What three things were to take place immediately after the priests made a long blast on their

rams’ horns on the seventh day?

 ANSWER: A. The people were to give a loud shout

B. The wall of the city was to collapse

C. The people were to go up, every man straight in (6:5)


6. QUESTION: (Three part question) What three things did Joshua command the people of Israel not to do as

they marched around Jericho?

 ANSWER: A. Not to give a war cry, B. Not raise their voices, C. Not say a word (6:10)


7. QUESTION: What did the children of Israel do on the first six days after they had marched around Jericho?

 ANSWER: They came into the camp and spent the night there (6:11 and 14)


8. QUESTION: At what time of day did Israel rise and march around the city of Jericho on the seventh day?

 ANSWER: About daybreak (6:15)


9. QUESTION: Quote the words Joshua said to the people after the priests had blown with their trumpets on the

seventh day.

 ANSWER: “Shout; for the Lord has given you the city.” (6:16)


10. QUESTION: Why was Rahab and her family allowed to live?

 ANSWER: Because she hid the spies Israel had sent (6:17)


11. QUESTION: According to Joshua 6:18, what would happen if anyone failed to keep away from the devoted


 ANSWER: A. They would bring about their own destruction

B. They would make the camp of Israel liable to destruction (6:18)


12. QUESTION: What men were sent to bring Rahab and her family out from the city of Jericho?

 ANSWER: The two men who had spied out the country (6:22)


13. QUESTION: Where was the family of Rahab taken after they were rescued from Jericho?

 ANSWER: They put them in a place outside the camp of Israel (6:23)


14. QUESTION: What was saved from the city of Jericho, and what was done with these things?

 ANSWER: A. The silver, gold, and articles of brass and iron

B. It was put into the treasury of the Lord’s house (6:24)


15. QUESTION: What did Joshua say about the man who rebuilt the city of Jericho?

 ANSWER: He was to be cursed (6:26)




1. QUESTION: Give the exact descent of Achan.

 ANSWER: Achan the son of Carmi, the son of Zimri, the son of Zerah, of the tribe of Judah (7:1)


2. QUESTION: Where was Ai located?

 ANSWER: Near Bethaven, to the east side of Bethel (7:2)


3. QUESTION: How many Israelites were killed by the men of Ai?

 ANSWER: Thirty-six men (7:5)


4. QUESTION: What was Joshua’s reaction to Israel’s defeat at Ai?

 ANSWER: He tore his clothes and fell facedown before the ark of the Lord until the evening (7:6)


5. QUESTION: Finish this quote that Joshua made to the Lord in reference to Israel’s defeat at Ai, and give the

reference. “...what will you do...”

 ANSWER: “...for your own great name?” Joshua 7:9


6. QUESTION: Quote the Lord’s response to Joshua’s prayer concerning Israel’s defeat at Ai.

 ANSWER: “Stand up! What are you doing down on your face?” (7:10)


7. QUESTION: According to Joshua 7:11, what four sins did God hold Israel responsible for in the destruction of


 ANSWER: A. They had taken some of the devoted things B. They had stolen

C. They had lied D. They had put them with their own possessions (7:11)


8. QUESTION: God warned Joshua that He would not be with Israel any longer unless what took place?

 ANSWER: They destroyed whatever was devoted to destruction (7:12)


9. QUESTION: (Four part) Give the exact details of how God planned to reveal the individual in Israel.

 ANSWER: A. The tribes were to be brought before the Lord, and He would take one of these tribes

B. The clans of this tribe would be brought before the Lord, and He would select a clan

C. This families would be brought before the Lord, and He would select a family

D. The men would be brought before the Lord, and He would select a man (7:14)


10. QUESTION: What was to be done to the individual who had taken the devoted thing?

 ANSWER: He and all that he had were to be destroyed by fire (7:15)


11. QUESTION: How was the sin described?

 ANSWER: As a disgraceful thing in Israel (7:15)


12. QUESTION: When did Joshua bring the tribes before the Lord to be examined for sin?

 ANSWER: Early in the morning (7:16)


13. QUESTION: What three things did Achan take from Jericho?

 ANSWER: A. A beautiful Babylon robe B. Two hundred shekels of silver C. A wedge of gold (7:21)


14. QUESTION: What did Israel do to Achan after they had stoned him and burnt him with fire?

 ANSWER: They raised a large pile of rocks over him (7:26)


15. QUESTION: What name was given to the valley where Achan was stoned and burnt?

 ANSWER: The Valley of Achor (7:26)







Wednesday Afternoon Quiz Material Chapters 8 - 11



1. QUESTION: What were the Israelites permitted to do in their victory over Ai that they were not permitted to do

in Jericho?

 ANSWER: Keep the plunder for themselves (8:2)


2. QUESTION: How many fighting men did Joshua chose to ambush the city of Ai?

 ANSWER: Thirty Thousand (8:3-4)


3. QUESTION: What were the thirty thousand men to do after they had taken the city of Ai?

 ANSWER: Set the city on fire (8:8)


4. QUESTION: Who preceded the people of Israel into battle against Ai?

 ANSWER: Joshua and the leaders of Israel (8:10)


5. QUESTION: When the army force camped on the north side of Ai, what was located between them and the


 ANSWER: A valley (8:11)


6. QUESTION: How did Joshua and his people act when the men of Ai came out to battle against them?

 ANSWER: They fled toward the desert (8:15)


7. QUESTION: During their battle with Israel, how many men were left behind to protect the cities of Ai and


 ANSWER: There was not a man left behind (8:17)


8. QUESTION: What did the Lord command Joshua to stretch out toward Ai?

 ANSWER: His javelin (8:18)


9. QUESTION: How did the people of Ai react when they saw smoke ascending from their city?

 ANSWER: They had no chance of escape in any direction (8:20)


10. QUESTION: What man of Ai was taken alive and brought to Joshua?

 ANSWER: The king (8:23)


11. QUESTION: What did Joshua not move until Israel had destroyed all the people of Ai?

 ANSWER: His hand that held his javelin (8:26)


12. QUESTION: How long did the king of Ai hang on a tree?

 ANSWER: Until the evening (8:29)


13. QUESTION: After defeating the city of Ai, where did Joshua build an altar to the Lord God of Israel?

 ANSWER: In Mount Ebal (8:30)


14. QUESTION: Joshua 8:31 gives a quote from the book of the law of Moses. The quote was “ altar of uncut

stones, on which no iron toll had been used.” Give the two references from the books of Moses

where this quote can be found.

 ANSWER: A. Exodus 20:25 B. Deuteronomy 27:5 (8:31)


15. QUESTION: Upon the sides of what two mountains did the people stand to hear the reading of the law of


 ANSWER: A. Mount Ebal B. Mount Gerizim (8:33)






1. QUESTION: Why did the kings of the Hittites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites come


 ANSWER: To fight against Joshua and Israel (9:1-2)


2. QUESTION: List the five steps the people of Gibeon took to deceive Joshua.

 ANSWER: A. They put worn out sacks on their donkeys        B. They packed old cracked and mended wineskins

C. They put worn and patched sandals on their feet                 D. They wore old clothes

E. They packed dry and moldy bread (9:4-5)


3. QUESTION: (Two part question) What lie did the men of Gibeon speak before Joshua, and what was their

purpose in telling this lie?

 ANSWER: A. We are come from a far country

B. They wanted to make a treaty with Israel (9:6)


4. QUESTION: (Two part question) When the Gibeonites requested to make a treaty with the children of Israel,

what two questions did Joshua ask them?

 ANSWER: A. Who are you? B. Where do you come from? (9:8)


5. QUESTION: Of what “fame of the Lord” had the people of Gibeon heard?

 ANSWER: All that He had done in Egypt, and all that He had done to the two kings of the Amorites that were

east of the Jordan (9:9-10)


6. QUESTION: How did the Gibeonite men describe their bread?

 ANSWER: It was warm when they packed it on the day they left (9:12)


7. QUESTION: What grave error did Joshua make in dealing with the Gibeonite ambassadors?

 ANSWER: He did not ask counsel of the Lord (9:14)


8. QUESTION: When Joshua made a treaty with the people of Gibeon, how did the princes of Israel seal this


 ANSWER: They ratified it by oath (9:15)


9. QUESTION: After making a league with the Gibeonites, how long was it before Joshua and Israel discovered

they were neighbors?

 ANSWER: Three days (9:16)


10. QUESTION: What were the four cities of the Gibeonites?

 ANSWER: A. Gibeon B. Kephirah C. Beeroth D. Kirjath Jearim (9:17)


11. QUESTION: How did the people of Israel react toward the princes of Israel who had sworn unto the


 ANSWER: They grumbled against them (9:18)


12. QUESTION: What punishment did the princes of Israel place upon the Gibeonites because of their


 ANSWER: They were made to be woodcutters and water carriers for the Israelites (9:21)


13. QUESTION: What was placed upon the Gibeonites because they had beguiled the people of Israel?

 ANSWER: A curse (9:23)


14. QUESTION: Complete the response of the Gibeonites to the curse placed upon them.

 “We are now in your hands:...”

 ANSWER: “...Do to us whatever seems good and right to you.” (9:25)



15. QUESTION: Besides the congregation of Israel, for what were the Gibeonites to be woodcutters and water


 ANSWER: For the altar of the Lord (9:27)




1. QUESTION: Why did Adonizedek, king of Jerusalem, fear when he heard the inhabitants of Gibeon had made

peace with Israel?

 ANSWER: Because Gibeon was an important city, and all its men were good fighters (10:2)


2. QUESTION: From what cities did the five kings of the Amorites come?

 ANSWER: A. Jerusalem B. Hebron C. Jarmuth D. Lachish E. Eglon (10:5)


3. QUESTION: How long did the people of Israel journey in order to take the five kings of the Amorites by


 ANSWER: All night (10:9)


4. QUESTION: Quote the command Joshua gave to the sun and moon as he fought with the five kings of the


 ANSWER: “O Sun, stand thou still over Gibeon; O Moon, over the valley of Aijalon.” (10:12)


5. QUESTION: In what book was there a record made of the sun standing still?

 ANSWER: In the book of Jashar (10:13)


6. QUESTION: How long did the sun stop in the middle of the sky?

 ANSWER: About a full day (10:13)


7. QUESTION: Where did the five kings of the Amorites hide themselves?

 ANSWER: In a cave at Makkedah (10:16)


8. QUESTION: How did the Israelites keep the kings of the Amorites in the cave where they were hiding


 ANSWER: They rolled large rocks up to the mouth of the cave, and posted men to guard it (10:18)


9. QUESTION: Where did Joshua command the men of Israel to put their feet after the kings of the Amorites

were brought out of the caves?

 ANSWER: On the necks of the five kings of the Amorites (10:24)


10. QUESTION: How were the five kings of the Amorites killed?

 ANSWER: Joshua struck and killed them and hung them on five trees (10:26)


11. QUESTION: Of the inhabitants of Makkedah, who were destroyed?

 ANSWER: Everyone in the city (10:28)


12. QUESTION: What king came up to help the people of Lachish fight against Israel?

 ANSWER: Horam king of Gezer (10:33)


13. QUESTION: What city did Joshua and his men fight against after they had taken the city of Eglon?

 ANSWER: Hebron (10:36)


14. QUESTION: According to Joshua 10:41, describe the area of land Joshua smote and conquered.

 ANSWER: From Kadesh Barnea to Gaza, and from the whole region of Goshen to Gibeon (10:41)


15. QUESTION: Why was Joshua successful in taking the cities and land described in Joshua 10:41?

 ANSWER: Because the Lord God of Israel fought for Israel (10:42)





1. QUESTION: What king heard of Joshua’s defeat of the five kings of the Amorites?

 ANSWER: Jabin king of Hazor (11:1)


 2. QUESTION: Describe the size of the host led by Jabin king of Hazor.

 ANSWER: As numerous as the sand on the sea shore (11:4)


3. QUESTION: Where did the kings camp?

 ANSWER: At the Waters of Merom (11:5)


4. QUESTION: What two things was Joshua to do after the Lord handed the army of Jabin over to the Israelites?

 ANSWER: A. Hamstring their horses B. Burn their chariots with fire (11:6)


5. QUESTION: In what manner did Joshua come upon the army of Jabin?

 ANSWER: Suddenly (11:7)


6. QUESTION: Unto what three places did the army of Joshua chase the armies of Jabin?

 ANSWER: A. To Greater Zidon B. To Misrephoth-Maim C. To the Valley of Mizpeh (11:8)


7. QUESTION: After utterly destroying the inhabitants of the city, what did Joshua do to the city of Hazor?

 ANSWER: He burnt it with fire (11:11)


8. QUESTION: According to Joshua 11:12, whose commandment was Joshua following when he destroyed the

inhabitants of the land?

 ANSWER: Moses (11:12)


9. QUESTION: Hazor was the only city of Jabin’s federation to be burnt with fire. What happened to the other

cities that were captured?

 ANSWER: The Israelites carried off all the plunder and livestock, but put to the sword all the people (11:14)


10. QUESTION: From whom did Moses get the command, which he passed on to Joshua, concerning destroying

the inhabitants of the land?

 ANSWER: From the Lord (11:15)


11. QUESTION: Describe the boundaries of the land that was conquered when Joshua defeated the host of Jabin.

 ANSWER: From Mount Halak, which rises toward Seir, to Baal Gad in the valley of Lebanon below Mount

Hermon (11:17)


12. QUESTION: How long did Joshua make war with the kingdom of Jabin?

 ANSWER: A long time (11:18)


13. QUESTION: Why did the Lord harden the hearts of the inhabitants of the land?

 ANSWER: So they would come against Israel in battle, and He could destroy them totally (11:20)


14. QUESTION: What group of people occupied the mountains around Hebron, Debir, and Anab?

 ANSWER: The Anakites (11:21)


15. QUESTION: In what three cities outside of Israel were Anakites left alive?

 ANSWER: A. Gaza B. Gath C. Ashdod (11:22)


(There is no quiz material from chapters 12 and 13)




Thursday Morning Quiz Material Chapters 14, 20 &22



1. QUESTION: What men were in charge of the distribution of the land of Canaan?

 ANSWER: A. Eleazar the priest B. Joshua C. The heads of the tribal clans of Israel (14:1)


2. QUESTION: How many tribes received an inheritance within the land of Canaan?

 ANSWER: Nine and a half tribes (14:2)


3. QUESTION: Who had given an inheritance to the two and a half tribes on the east side of Jordan?

 ANSWER: Moses (14:3)


4. QUESTION: Which of the twelve tribes was not given an inheritance?

 ANSWER: The tribe of Levi (14:3)


5. QUESTION: Whose children were divided into two tribes?

 ANSWER: The children of Joseph (14:4)


6. QUESTION: Name the two children of Joseph that were given an inheritance as a tribe.

 ANSWER: A. Manasseh B. Ephraim (14:4)


7. QUESTION: How old was Caleb when he was sent to spy out the land of Canaan?

 ANSWER: Forty years old (14:7)


8. QUESTION: What effect did the report from the men who went up with Caleb to spy out the land of Canaan

have on the people of Israel?

 ANSWER: They made their hearts melt with fear (14:8)


9. QUESTION: When the ten spies brought back an evil report, what did Caleb do?

 ANSWER: He followed the Lord his God wholeheartedly (14:8)


10. QUESTION: What did Moses swear to Caleb because he followed the Lord wholeheartedly?

 ANSWER: That the land he had walked on would be his and his children’s inheritance forever (14:9)


11. QUESTION: How long had it been since Moses had promised to give the land that Caleb had walked on as

Caleb’s inheritance?

 ANSWER: Forty-five years (14:10)


12. QUESTION: Quote Joshua 14:12.

 ANSWER: “Now give me this hill country, that the Lord promised me that day. You yourself heard then that

the Anakites were there and their cities were large and fortified, but, the Lord helping me, I will

drive them out just as He said.” (14:12)


13. QUESTION: What was given to Caleb as an inheritance?

 ANSWER: Hebron (14:13)


14. QUESTION: Give the exact lineage of Caleb.

 ANSWER: Caleb the son of Jephunneh the Kenezite (14:14)


15. QUESTION: (Three part question) What was the name of Caleb’s inheritance before it was Hebron; who was

it named after; and who was this man?

 ANSWER: A. Kiriath Arba B. Arba C. The greatest man among the Anakites (14:15)


(There is no quiz material from chapters 15-19)






1. QUESTION: Moses was commanded to appoint cities of refuge. Who were these cities appointed for?

 ANSWER: The people who killed a person accidently and unintentionally (20:3)


2. QUESTION: From whom could the killer take shelter in the city of refuge?

 ANSWER: The avenger of blood (20:3)


3. QUESTION: When the person seeking shelter in a city of refuge arrived at the city gate, what was he

supposed to do?

 ANSWER: State his case before the elders of that city (20:4)


4. QUESTION: How long was a slayer required to stay in the city of refuge before the avenger could no longer

harm him?

 ANSWER: Until the death of the high priest who is serving at that time (20:6)


5. QUESTION: Give the names of the six cities of refuge.

 ANSWER: A. Kedesh B. Shechem C. Kirjath-arba (Hebron) D. Bezer E. Ramoth F. Bashan (20:7-8)


6. QUESTION: Anyone seeking shelter in a city of refuge would not be given over to the avenger of blood until

what had happened?

 ANSWER: Until he stood trial before the assembly (20:9)


(There is no quiz material from chapter 21)





1. QUESTION: The Reubenites, the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manasseh kept the entirety of whose


 ANSWER: Moses and Joshua (22:1-2 see also Joshua 1:12-15)


2. QUESTION: What had the two and a half tribes kept faithfully?

 ANSWER: They had not deserted their brothers (22:3)


3. QUESTION: After God gave the tribes in Canaan rest from their conquests, what were the Reubenites,

Gadites, and the half tribe of Manasseh free to do?

 ANSWER: Return to their homes (22:4)


4. QUESTION: Quote the warning Joshua gave to the two and a half tribes as he sent them back to their families

and inheritance.

 ANSWER: “But be very careful to keep the commandment and the law that Moses the servant of the Lord

gave you, to love the Lord your God, to walk in all His ways, to obey His commands, to hold fast

to Him and to serve Him with all your heart and with all your soul.” (22:5)


5. QUESTION: According to Joshua 22:8, with what spoils did the people of Israel return to their tents?

 ANSWER: A. large herd of livestock B. Silver C. Gold D. Bronze E. Iron F. a great quantity of clothing (22:8)


6. QUESTION: In what land was the possession of the two and a half tribes on the east side of Jordan?

 ANSWER: Gilead (22:9)


7. QUESTION: When the two and a half tribes came to the Jordan, what did they build?

 ANSWER: An imposing altar (22:10)


8. QUESTION: What did the children of Israel do when they heard that the tribes from the east side of Jordan

had built an altar at the Jordan River?

 ANSWER: They gathered together to go to war against them (22:12)


 9. QUESTION: Who was chosen to lead the group sent to inquire concerning the great altar which was built at


 ANSWER: Phinehas the son of Eleazar the priest (22:13)


10. QUESTION: Who accompanied Phinehas to inquire about the great altar at Jordan?

 ANSWER: Ten of the chief men, one from each tribe (22:14)


11. QUESTION: For what reason did Phinehas and the princes suspect that the great altar had been built at


 ANSWER: To rebel against the Lord (22:16)


12. QUESTION: The princes were concerned that what would happen if the great altar at Jordan were permitted?

 ANSWER: God would be angry with the whole community of Israel (22:18)


13. QUESTION: What did the princes of Israel suggest that their brethren on the east side of Jordan do if they

found their land defiled?

 ANSWER: Come over and share an inheritance in the land of Canaan (22:19)


14. QUESTION: What happened to the whole congregation of Israel because of Achan’s sin?

 ANSWER: Wrath came on them (22:20)


15. QUESTION: What did the two and a half tribes from the other side of Jordan agree should be done unto them

if they had rebelled against the Lord in building the great altar?

 ANSWER: They should not be spared that day (22:22)

16. QUESTION: What did the Reubenites, Gadites and the half tribe of Manasseh fear the other tribes would

someday say to their descendants?

 ANSWER: What do have you have to do with the Lord, the God of Israel? (22:24)


17. QUESTION: According to Joshua 22:25, what could the tribes of Canaan eventually cause the tribes from

Gilead to do?

 ANSWER: To stop fearing the Lord (22:25)


18. QUESTION: What was the real significance of the great altar built beside Jordan?

 ANSWER: To be a witness between the children of Israel on both sides of Jordan (22:27)


19. QUESTION: When Phinehas and the princes heard the explanation from their brothers on the east side of

Jordan, how did they feel?

 ANSWER: They were pleased (22:30)


20. QUESTION: What did Phinehas say when he found that no sin had been committed?

 ANSWER: You have rescued the Israelites from the Lord’s hand. (22:31)


21. QUESTION: What did the children of Israel call the great altar beside Jordan?

 ANSWER: A Witness Between Us that the Lord is God (22:34)











Thursday Afternoon Quiz Questions Chapters 23 &24, Judges 1 -2



1. QUESTION: According to Joshua 23:1, from whom had the Lord given rest to Israel?

 ANSWER: From all their enemies around them (23:1)


2. QUESTION: At what point in his life did Joshua call all the people of Israel together for his last meeting with


 ANSWER: When he was old and well advanced in years (23:2)


3. QUESTION: How had Joshua divided the land among the tribes?

 ANSWER: By lot (23:4)


4. QUESTION: Give the eastern and western boundaries of the land of Canaan.

 ANSWER: From Jordan to the Great Sea (23:4)


5. QUESTION: What did God promise to do to the nations that remained in the land?

 ANSWER: Drive them out of Israel’s way (23:4-5)


6. QUESTION: When Joshua addressed the people for the last time, how did he command them to keep the law

of Moses?

 ANSWER: They were to be careful to obey all that is written in the Book of the Law of Moses (23:6)


7. QUESTION: (Fill in the blanks) The people of Israel were not to make invoke the names of the gods of the

Canaanites, or __________ by them. You must not __________ them, or _________ to them.

 ANSWER: A. Swear B. Serve C. Bow down (23:7)


8. QUESTION: According to Joshua 23:9, what had the Lord driven out before His people?

 ANSWER: Great and powerful nations (23:9)


9. QUESTION: What did Joshua promise one man of Israel would be able to do to a thousand?

 ANSWER: Rout them (23:10)


10. QUESTION: How would it be possible for one man to rout a thousand?

 ANSWER: Because the Lord their God would fight for them (23:10)



11. QUESTION: Finish this quote and give the reference. “So be very careful...”

 ANSWER: “ love the Lord your God.” Joshua 23:11


12. QUESTION: To whom were the children of Israel not to ally themselves?

 ANSWER: The survivors of the nations in Canaan (23:12)


13. QUESTION: Give three things the survivors of Canaan would become to Israel if they weren’t driven out.

 ANSWER: A. Snares and traps B. Whips on their backs C. Thorns in their eyes (23:13)


14. QUESTION: Finish this quote and give the reference. “...You know with all your heart and soul,...”

 ANSWER: “...that not one of all the good promises the Lord your God gave you has failed.” Joshua 23:14


15. QUESTION: What did Joshua promise would result from violating the covenant of the Lord and serving the

gods of the land?

 ANSWER: The Lord’s anger would burn against them, and they would quickly perish from the good land God

had given them (23:16)






1. QUESTION: Name the two sons of Terah mentioned in Joshua 24:2.

 ANSWER: A. Abraham B. Nahor (24:2)


2. QUESTION: What was given as a possession to Esau and his descendants?

 ANSWER: Hill country of Seir (24:4)


3. QUESTION: The Lord brought the Israelites out of Egypt after doing what?

 ANSWER: After He had afflicted the Egyptians (24:5)


4. QUESTION: What did the Lord place between the Israelites and the Egyptians as the Egyptians pursued


 ANSWER: Darkness (24:7)


5. QUESTION: (Two part question) Who called upon Balaam to curse Israel, and who was this man?

 ANSWER: A. Balak the son of Zippor B. King of Moab (24:9)


6. QUESTION: Two kings of the Amorites were driven out of their land not with sword, not with bow, but by


 ANSWER: The hornet (24:12)


7. QUESTION: According to Joshua 24:14, how were the children of Israel to serve the Lord?

 ANSWER: With all faithfulness (24:14)


8. QUESTION: Quote Joshua 24:15.

 ANSWER: “But if serving the Lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you

will serve, whether the gods your fathers served beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in

whose land you are living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.” (24:15)


9. QUESTION: Quote the people’s response to Joshua’s challenge to serve the Lord.

 ANSWER: “Far be it for us to forsake the Lord to serve other gods.” (24:16)


10. QUESTION: Give two words that Joshua uses to describe the Lord.

 ANSWER: A. Holy B. Jealous (24:19)


11. QUESTION: How did the people respond when Joshua declared they were witnesses against themselves that

they had chosen to serve the Lord?

 ANSWER: Yes, we are witnesses (24:22)


12. QUESTION: In what place did Joshua and the people of Israel establish a covenant, a statute, and an


 ANSWER: In Shechem (24:25)


13. QUESTION: How did Joshua establish the covenant, statute, and ordinance with the people?

 ANSWER: He recorded it in the Book of the Law of God, and took a large stone and set it up there under an

oak (24:26)


14. QUESTION: Where was Joshua buried?

 ANSWER: In the land of his inheritance in Timnath Serah (24:30)


15. QUESTION: Where were the bones of Joseph buried?

 ANSWER: In Shechem (24:32)





The Book of Judges



1. QUESTION: What tribe did Judah call upon to help them drive the Canaanites from their lot?

 ANSWER: The tribe of Simeon (1:3)


2. QUESTION: How many Canaanites and Perizzites were slain at Bezek?

 ANSWER: Ten Thousand (1:4)


3. QUESTION: What did the people of Judah do to Adoni-Bezek which he had done to 70 kings before?

 ANSWER: They cut off his thumbs and his great toes (1:6-7)


4. QUESTION: What did the children of Judah do when they captured Jerusalem?

 ANSWER: They set the city on fire (1:8)


5. QUESTION: What did Caleb promise to do for the man who captured Debir?

 ANSWER: He promised to give his daughter Acsah as a wife (1:12)


6. QUESTION: (Two part question) What was the name of the man who took Debir, and how was he related to


 ANSWER: A. Othniel B. He was the son of Kenaz, Caleb's younger brother (1:13)


7. QUESTION: According to Judges 1:16, what group of people dwelt among the children of Judah?

 ANSWER: The children of the Kenite, Moses' father-in-law (1:16)


8. QUESTION: Why could the children of Judah not drive out the inhabitants of the plains?

 ANSWER: Because they had iron chariots (1:19)


9. QUESTION: What was the name of the people who inhabited Jerusalem?

 ANSWER: The Jebusites (1:21)


10. QUESTION: What was the name of Bethel before the children of Joseph captured it?

 ANSWER: Luz (1:23)


11. QUESTION: What did the house of Joseph do to the man who showed them the entrance to the city of Bethel?

 ANSWER: They spared the man and his family (1:25)


12. QUESTION: The man which showed the children of Joseph the entrance to the city of Bethel was set free,

along with his family. What did he do after being set free?

 ANSWER: He went into the land of the Hittites and built a city which he called Luz (1:26)


13. QUESTION: Israel did not utterly drive the Canaanites out of the land, but when they became strong, what did

they do?

 ANSWER: They made the Canaanites do forced labor (1:28)


14. QUESTION: Who forced the children of Dan to the mountain and would not let them down into the valley?

 ANSWER: The Amorites (1:34)


15. QUESTION: What was the coast of the Amorites?

 ANSWER: From Scorpion Pass to Sela and beyond (1:36)







1. QUESTION: (Fill in the blanks) According to Judges 2:1, an angel of the Lord came up from __________ 

to __________

 ANSWER: A. Gilgal B. Bokim (2:1)


2. QUESTION: Concerning their covenant with the Lord, what two things did the angel at Bokim remind the

children of Israel of?

 ANSWER: A. They were to make no covenant with the inhabitants of the land

B. They were to break down the altars of the inhabitants of the land (2:2)


3. QUESTION: What did the people do when the angel reminded them of their covenant with the Lord?

 ANSWER: They wept aloud (2:4)


4. QUESTION: What did the people call the name of the place where the angel of the Lord met with them?

 ANSWER: Bokim (2:5)


5. QUESTION: After the angel appeared at Bokim, how long did the people of Israel serve the Lord?

 ANSWER: Throughout the lifetime of Joshua, and all the days of the elders that outlived him (2:7)


6. QUESTION: How old was Joshua at the time of his death?

 ANSWER: 110 years of age (2:8)


7. QUESTION: (Give a direct quote.) What happened after the generation which had seen God’s mighty works

had been gathered to their fathers?

 ANSWER: “Another generation grew up, who knew neither the Lord, nor what He had done for Israel.” (2:10)


8. QUESTION: According to Judges 2:12, how did the Israelites provoke God to anger?

 ANSWER: They forsook the Lord and followed and worshipped the gods of the people around them (2:12)


9. QUESTION: When the children of Israel began to do evil in the sight of the Lord, what false deities did they


 ANSWER: A. Baal B. Ashtoreths (2:13)


10. QUESTION: What happened when God sold the children of Israel into the hands of their enemies?

 ANSWER: God handed them over to their enemies (2:14)


11. QUESTION: What did the Lord raise up to save the Israelites out of the hand of the raiders?

 ANSWER: Judges (2:16)


12. QUESTION: Why did the Lord have compassion on His people by raising up judges who saved them from

their enemies?

 ANSWER: Because they groaned under their oppression (2:18)


13. QUESTION: When each succeeding judge died, what did the Israelites do?

 ANSWER: They returned to ways more corrupt than their fathers (2:19)


14. QUESTION: Finish this quote that describes how the children of Israel corrupted themselves, and give the

reference. “They refused...”

 ANSWER: “ give up their evil practices and stubborn ways.” Judges 2:19


15. QUESTION: According to Judges 2:22, why did God leave the enemy nations in Canaan?

 ANSWER: To test Israel’s faithfulness to Him (2:22)




Friday Morning Quiz Material Chapters 3 - 6



1. QUESTION: How many lords of the Philistines did the Lord leave to test Israel?

 ANSWER: Five (3:3)


2. QUESTION: The nations that were left in Canaan were to test whether or not Israel would obey what?

 ANSWER: The Lord’s commands (3:4)


3. QUESTION: What six nations did the Israelites intermarry with?

 ANSWER: A. Canaanites B. Hittites C. Amorites D. Perizzites E. Hivites F. Jebusites (3:5-6)


4. QUESTION: (Two part question) Who was Chushan-Rishathaim, and how long did the children of Israel serve


 ANSWER: A. The king of Mesopotamia B. Eight years (3:8)


5. QUESTION: Who did the Lord raise up to deliver His people from the tyranny of the king?

 ANSWER: Othniel the son of Kenaz, Caleb's younger brother (3:9)



6. QUESTION: After the death of Othniel, to whom did God give power?

 ANSWER: Eglon the king of Moab (3:12)


7. QUESTION: What city did Eglon take as a possession?

 ANSWER: The City of Palms (3:13)


8. QUESTION: Name three items of interest about Ehud the son of Gera, as recorded in Judges 3:15.

 ANSWER: A. He was a Benjamite B. He was left-handed C. He sent a present unto Eglon (3:15)


9. QUESTION: What do we know about Eglon’s physical condition?

 ANSWER: He was a very fat man (3:17)


10. QUESTION: When Ehud came declaring he had a secret errand unto the king, what did those who were with

the king do?

 ANSWER: They all left him (3:19)


11. QUESTION: What did Eglon do when he heard Ehud had a message from the Lord?

 ANSWER: He rose from his seat (3:20)


12. QUESTION: What did Ehud do as he was departing from Eglon’s summer parlor?

 ANSWER: He shut the doors of the parlor and locked them (3:23)


13. QUESTION: How long did the servants of Eglon wait before they obtained a key and opened the locked door

that led into his summer parlor?

 ANSWER: Until they were embarrassed (3:25)


14. QUESTION: After Ehud had delivered Israel from the Moabites, how long did the land have rest?

 ANSWER: 80 years (3:30)


15. QUESTION: With what did Shamgar strike down six hundred Philistines?

 ANSWER: An oxgoad (3:31)




1. QUESTION: (Two part question) In what city did Jabin, king of Canaan, reign, and who was the commander of

his army?

 ANSWER: A. Hazor B. Sisera (4:2)


2. QUESTION: How many chariots of iron did Jabin, king of Canaan, have?

 ANSWER: 900 (4:3)


3. QUESTION: Who judged Israel during the oppression of Jabin, king of Canaan?

 ANSWER: Deborah the prophetess (4:4)


4. QUESTION: From what tribes did God command Barak to draw an army?

 ANSWER: A. Naphtali B. Zebulun (4:6)


5. QUESTION: Whom did God promise to deliver unto Barak at the river Kishon, and with what?

 ANSWER: Sisera, the commander of Jabin's army, with his chariots and his troops (4:7)


6. QUESTION: When Barak heard the message from Deborah, how did he respond?

 ANSWER: If you will go with me, I will go: but if you don’t go with me, I won’t go (4:8)


7. QUESTION: To what place did Barak call the children of Naphtali and Zebulun?

 ANSWER: Kedesh (4:10)


8. QUESTION: Quote the words of encouragement Deborah gave to Barak as he was preparing to meet Sisera.

 ANSWER: “Go! This is the day the Lord has given Sisera into your hands. Has not the Lord gone ahead of

you?” (4:14)


9. QUESTION: When Sisera saw his army had been defeated, what did he do?

 ANSWER: He left his chariot and fled on foot (4:15)


10. QUESTION: How far did Barak pursue after the army of Sisera?

 ANSWER: As far as Haggoyim (4:16)


11. QUESTION: After the army of Barak had persued them, how many men were left of the troops of Sisera?

 ANSWER: Not a man was left (4:16)


12. QUESTION: To what place did Sisera go as he was fleeing from the army of Barak?

 ANSWER: To the tent of Jael the wife of Heber the Kenite (4:17)


13. QUESTION: What did Jael give Sisera to drink?

 ANSWER: Milk (4:19)


14. QUESTION: How did Jael kill Sisera?

 ANSWER: With a hammer, she drove a tent peg through his temple into the ground (4:21)


15. QUESTION: What did Jael say when Barak arrived at her tent?

 ANSWER: Come, I will show you the man you are looking for (4:22)





1. QUESTION: Why did Deborah and Barak sing the song recorded in Judges chapter five?

 ANSWER: Because the princes of Israel took the lead (5:2)


2. QUESTION: What three things happened when the Lord marched out of the field of Edom?

 ANSWER: A. The earth shook B. The heavens poured C. The clouds poured down water (5:4)


3. QUESTION: What happened to the travelers in the days of Shamgar and Jael?

 ANSWER: They took to winding paths (5:6)


4. QUESTION: According to Judges 5:7, what did Deborah think herself to be?

 ANSWER: A mother in Israel (5:7)


5. QUESTION: Why was the heart of Deborah toward the governors of Israel?

 ANSWER: Because they were willing volunteers (5:9)


6. QUESTION: What would the voice of the singers recite?

 ANSWER: The righteous acts of the Lord (5:11)


7. QUESTION: According to Judges 5:14, what came out of Zebulun?

 ANSWER: Those who had a commander’s staff (5:14)


8. QUESTION: What does Judges 5 have to say about the divisions of Reuben?

 ANSWER: There was much searching of the heart (5:15-16)


9. QUESTION: What tribe of Israel remained on the coast?

 ANSWER: Asher (5:17)


10. QUESTION: According to Judges 5:20, what fought against Sisera?

 ANSWER: The stars in their courses (5:20)


11. QUESTION: What ancient river swept away the host of Sisera?

 ANSWER: The river Kishon (5:21)


12. QUESTION: According to the song of Deborah and Barak, what woman was to be blessed above women?

 ANSWER: Jael, the wife of Heber the Kenite (5:24)


13. QUESTION: What did Sisera ask Jael to give him for a drink?

 ANSWER: Water (5:25)


14. QUESTION: What did the mother of Sisera cry through the lattice?

 ANSWER: Why is his chariot so long in coming? Why is the clatter of his chariots delayed? (5:28)



15. QUESTION: Finish this quote and give its reference. “ But may they who love you..”

 ANSWER: “ like the sun when it rises in its strength.” Judges 5:31





1. QUESTION: Where did the Israelites make dens for themselves because of the oppression of the Midianites?

 ANSWER: In the mountains, caves, and strongholds (6:2)


2. QUESTION: How does the writer of the book of Judges describe the size of the host of the Midianites?

 ANSWER: Like swarms of locusts (6:5)


3. QUESTION: What happened to the Israelites because of the Midianite oppression?

 ANSWER: They were impoverished (6:6)


4. QUESTION: What did the Lord send to Israel when they cried out because of the Midianites?

 ANSWER: A prophet (6:8)


5. QUESTION: (Two part question) What appeared under an oak which was in Ophrah, and who did this oak

belong to?

 ANSWER: A. An angel of the Lord B. Joash the Abiezrite (6:11)


6. QUESTION: Quote the angels greeting to Gideon.

 ANSWER: “The Lord is with you,,mighty warrior.” (6:12)


7. QUESTION: What food did Gideon prepare for the angel of the Lord?

 ANSWER: A young goat and bread without yeast (6:19)


8. QUESTION: What did the angel instruct Gideon to do with the food he had prepared?

 ANSWER: To place them on a rock, and pour out the broth (6:20)


9. QUESTION: What two things happened when the angel touched Gideon’s food with the end of his staff?

 ANSWER: A. Fire flared from the rock and consumed the food B. The angel of the Lord disappeared (6:21)


10. QUESTION: What did the Lord instruct Gideon to destroy?

 ANSWER: The altar of Baal that belonged to his father and the Ashterah pole beside it (6:25)


11. QUESTION: Why did Gideon destroy his father’s altar to Baal at night?

 ANSWER: Because he was afraid of his family and the men of the city (6:27)


12. QUESTION: What did Joash suggest concerning the vindication of Baal’s altar?

 ANSWER: If Baal be a god, he can defend himself (6:31)


13. QUESTION: Gideon was given a new name which meant, “Let Baal contend with him” because he had broke

down his altar.” What was this new name?

 ANSWER: Jerub-Baal (6:32)


14. QUESTION: What did Gideon ask the Lord to do when he first put out the fleece of wool?

 ANSWER: To let dew be only on the fleece, and all the ground be dry (6:37)


15. QUESTION: What did Gideon ask the Lord to do when he put out the fleece of wool the second time?

 ANSWER: Let the fleece be dry, and the ground be covered with dew (6:39)



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