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1

Ehud: People he conquered, One-sentence detail.

People he conquered: Moabites
One-sentence detail:He killed King Eglon by hiding an oversized dagger on his right thigh.

2

Deborah: People she conquered, One-sentence detail.

People she conquered: Sisera
One-sentence detail: She killed King Jabin by impalling him with a tent peg.

3

Gideon: People he conquered, One-sentence detail.

People he conquered: Midianites
One-sentence detail: He did not believe he would conquer the Midianites.

4

Jephthah: People he conquered, One-sentence detail.

People he conquered: Ammonites
One-sentence detail: He sent a long letter to the Ammonite king.

5

Samson: People he conquered, One-sentence detail.

People he conquered: Philistines
One-sentence detail: He never cut his hair in his lifetime.

6

Samuel: People he conquered, One-sentence detail.

People he conquered: No people mentioned
One-sentence detail: He had been prayed over to be born.

7

Samuel (again): People he conquered, One-sentence detail.

People he conquered: Philistines
One-sentence detail: He had been prayed over to be born.

8

Write a brief statement describing how the item(s) in the tabernacle showed the need for personal purity.

Bronze Basin: The Bronze Basin acted as reminder to be pure, because it washed hands.

9

Write a brief statement describing how the item(s) in the tabernacle showed the presence of God.

The table: The table was supposed to be a reminder that God grants life and is always there because of the drinks and food that were laid out on it.
Alter of incense: The Alter of incense was a constant, pleasing aroma reminding people that God is there.

10

Write a brief statement describing how the item(s) in the tabernacle showed the need for forgiveness.

Alter for burned offerings: Animals were sacrificed to remind people of their sinful behavior and how they need to repent.

11

Exodus 32-34. True or False. Moses had stone tablets on which he had written God's law.

false

12

Exodus 32-34. True or False. Aaron opposed the idea of making a god.

false

13

Exodus 32-34. True or False. Joshua told Moses about the people's idolatry.

false

14

Exodus 32-34. True or False. Moses prayed for the people, reminding God of His promises to their ancestors.

true

15

Exodus 32-34. True or False. God ignored Moses' prayer.

false

16

Exodus 32-34. True or False. God said he would destroy the nation and raise up another nation through Moses.

true