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1 Wombs and Tombs Events and Happenings Who’s WhoIt’s a Zoo Out There Women of the Old Testament Double Jeopardy

2 Her womb was empty until she was 90 years old.

3 After she criticized her dancing husband, she had no children to the day of her death.

4 Her empty womb prompted a prayer that was misunderstood as drunkenness.

5 He wrongfully died in battle because of David’s sin.

6 Elimelek and his two sons died here.

7 This got Joseph out of prison.

8 This event commemorates God’s protection of Israel from the plague of death upon Egypt.

9 Because Saul was this, David refused to lay a hand upon him.

10 This covenant sign lets us know that God will never again destroy the earth with a flood.

11 Gideon asked for a wet and dry sign of God’s promise by placing this on the threshing floor.

12 God said to this person, “Take off your sandals, for the place you are standing is holy ground.”

13 These two men were the only adults from the Exodus allowed to go into the Promised Land.

14 God said to this person, “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.”

15 Boaz served as one of these to Ruth and Naomi.

16 This priest stopped the Baal worship and immorality at Shittim with his spear.

17 The LORD provided this in place of Isaac.

18 Aaron threw gold into the fire and out came this.

19 This meat was still between their teeth when God struck them with a plague for grumbling.

20 While God sent these to judge Israel in the wilderness, He also provided a way to live.

21 Nathan’s judgment parable to David substituted this animal for Bathsheba.

22 She accused Joseph of trying to rape her.

23 She turned leprous when she challenged Moses.

24 She hid spies on her roof.

25 She gave the LORD the name, “The God who sees me.”

26 She drove a stake through Sisera’s head.


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