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Reflecting on the Books of History 1.It is good to review things we’ve studied already. It helps us learn. 2.It is good to have reminders. The key to learning.

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1 Reflecting on the Books of History 1.It is good to review things we’ve studied already. It helps us learn. 2.It is good to have reminders. The key to learning is repetition, repetition, repetition. 3.It is good to review things we’ve studied already. It helps us learn. 4.It is good to have reminders. The key to learning is repetition, repetition, repetition. 5.Pay attention to the Apostle Peter’s emphasis on reminders in the Scripture reading later tonight.

2 Which Book Do I Know the Best? Joshua? Judges? Ruth & 1 Samuel? 1.This is just a fun exercise to see how much we know. 2.No tally cards are going to be collected or reviewed. 3.First: Which book do you think you know the best? 4.There will be 20 questions for each book. 5.The first 14 questions don’t count. 6.Mark if you get the answer right. 7.Mark  if you do not get the answer right. 8.Circle the or . Put a dot by it. Whatever. 9.At the end, total the number of answers you get right. 10.The only question(s) to which you will be asked to raise your hand: 1.“Who knew the book of Joshua the best?” 2.“Who knew the book of Judges the best?” 3.“Who knew the books of Ruth & 1 Samuel (ch. 1-7) the best?”

3 Quote: Joshua 1:5 "I will not leave you nor forsake you."

4 Quote: Joshua 1:9 "The Lord your God is with you wherever you go."

5 Quote: Joshua 21:45 "Not a word failed of any good thing which the LORD had spoken to the house of Israel. All came to pass."

6 Quote: Judges 21:25b "Everyone did what was right in his own eyes."

7 Quote: Ruth 1:16-17 "For wherever you go, I will go; And wherever you lodge, I will lodge; Your people shall be my people, And your God, my God. Where you die, I will die, And there will I be buried."

8 Quote: 1 Samuel 1:27-28 "For this child I prayed, and the LORD has granted me my petition which I asked of Him. Therefore I also have lent him to the LORD; as long as he lives he shall be lent to the LORD."

9 Quote: 1 Samuel 3:9 "Speak, Lord, for Your servant hears."

10 What do we read about in… Joshua 2 Rahab & the Spies

11 What do we read about in… Joshua 6 Walls of Jericho

12 What do we read about in… Judges 6-8 Gideon

13 What do we read about in… Judges Samson

14 Where does the Bible teach… God Gave Israel All the Land He Promised Joshua 21:43

15 Where does the Bible teach… A Generation Arose After Joshua Who Did Not Know the Lord Judges 2:10

16 Where does the Bible teach… God Judges Parents Who Do Not Restrain Their Children 1 Samuel 3:13

17 Ok, here it goes… Which book do I know the best?

18 Joshua Tells About Conquering the Promised Land Joshua - 1

19 Chosen By God to Replace Moses Joshua (Josh 1:1) Joshua - 2

20 Number of Men Joshua Sent to Spy Out the Land Two (Josh 2:1) Joshua - 3

21 Hid the Spies Rahab (Josh 2:1-6) Joshua - 4

22 Sign Used to Spare Rahab's Family Scarlet Cord (Josh 2:18-21) Joshua - 5

23 Memorial of Crossing the Jordan River 12 Stones (Josh 4:1-24) Joshua - 6

24 When Manna Ceased When Israel Entered the Promised Land (Josh 5:12) Joshua - 7

25 Instructed Joshua to Take Off His Sandals Commander of the Army of the Lord (Josh 5:13-15)

26 Number of Times Marched Around Jericho 13 (once a day for 6 days; 7 times on seventh day) (Josh 6:3-4) Joshua - 8

27 Marching Order Around Jericho Armed Men, Priests with Trumpets, Ark of the Covenant, Rear Guard, People (Josh 6:4-9)

28 Devoted to God After Destruction of Jericho The Treasures of Jericho (Josh 6:18-19)

29 Only Battle Jews Lost in Taking Promised Land Ai (Josh 7:1-9) Joshua - 9

30 Reason for Israel's Defeat at Ai Achan's Sin (Josh 7:10-26) Joshua - 10

31 Achan's Description of His Sin "I Saw, I Coveted, I Took, I Hid" (Josh 7:21)

32 Read by Joshua at Gerizim & Ebal All the Words of the Law (Josh 8:33-35) Joshua - 11

33 Enabled Joshua & Israel to Defeat Gibeon The Sun Stood Still (About a Whole Day) (Josh 10:12-14) Joshua - 12

34 Territory Captured By Joshua All of the Promised Land (Josh 10:40; 11:23) Joshua - 13

35 Number of Kingdoms Conquered By Joshua 31 (Josh 12:24)

36 Joshua's Task After Conquering the Land Dividing the Land By Tribes (Josh 13-19) Joshua - 14

37 Joshua's Companion Who Wholly Followed the Lord Caleb (Josh 14:6-14) Joshua - 15

38 Caleb's Age When He Took Hebron 85 (Josh 14:6-14) Joshua - 16

39 Number of Cities of Refuge Six (Josh 20:7-8) Joshua - 17

40 Charge Given to Joshua, Then to the People Be Courageous, Keep All God's Commandments, Do Not Turn to the Right or to the Left (Josh 1:7; 23:6)

41 Key Phrase in Joshua's Farewell Speech to Israel "Serve the Lord" (used 9 times in 11 verses) (Josh 24:14-24) Joshua - 18

42 Age of Joshua When He Died 110 Years Old (Josh 24:29) Joshua - 19

43 Carried Out of Egypt & Buried By Israel in Shechem Joseph's Bone (Josh 24:32) Joshua - 20

44 Judges Tells About God Raising Up Deliverers for Israel in the Promised Land (Judg 2:16) Judges - 1

45 Duration of the Period of the Judges More than 300 Years (Judg 11:26)

46 The Cycle of Judges Sin --> Oppression --> Repentance --> Deliverer/Judge --> Sin (Judg 2:17-19) Judges - 2

47 Number of Judges 15 Judges - 3

48 Name the Judges Othniel, Ehud, Shamgar, Deborah, Gideon, Abimelech, Tola, Jair, Jephthah, Ibzan, Elon, Abdon, Samson, Eli, Samuel Judges - 4

49 Failure of Israel Regarding Canaanite Nations Did Not Drive Them Out (Judg 1:19-36) Judges - 5

50 Failure of Israel Regarding Their Children Did Not Teach Their Children to Know the Lord and His Work (Judg 2:7-10) Judges - 6

51 Left-Handed Judge Ehud (Judg 3:15) Judges - 7

52 Shamgar's Weapon Against the Philistines An Ox Goad (Killed 600) (Judg 3:31)

53 Woman Judge Deborah (Judg 4:4) Judges - 8

54 Appointed By Deborah to Lead Israel in Battle Barak (Judg 4:6-7) Judges - 9

55 Violent Death of Sisera Tent Peg Through His Head (Judg 4:21-22)

56 The Judge with the Army of 300 Gideon (Judg 7:7) Judges - 10

57 Three Signs Given to Gideon Fire Out of the Rock, Dew on the Fleece, Dew Not on the Fleece (Judg 6:21, 36-40) Judges - 11

58 Process of Reducing Gideon's Army to ,000 Were Afraid; 9,700 Drank on Their Knees (Judg 7:3-7) Judges - 12

59 Weapons Given to Gideon's Soldiers Trumpets, Pitchers, Torches (Judg 7:16) Judges - 13

60 Number of Midianites Killed in Battle with Gideon 120,000 (Judg 8:10) Judges - 14

61 The Judge Who Wanted to Be a King Abimelech (Judg 9:1-2, 22) Judges - 15

62 Death of Abimelech Woman Dropped Millstone on His Head (Judg 9:53)

63 The Judge Who Made the Foolish Promise Jephthah (Judg 11:30-31) Judges - 16

64 Jephthah's Vow "Whatever Comes Out of My House, I Will Offer As a Burnt Offering" (Judg 11:30-31)

65 The Strong Judge Samson (Judg 16:5-6) Judges - 17

66 Vow Samson's Parents Made About Him Nazirite Vow (Not Cut Hair, Drink Wine or Eat Anything Unclean) (Judg 13:3-7) Judges - 18

67 Samson's Riddle "Out of the eater came something to eat, And out of the strong came something sweet." (Judg 14:14)

68 Animals Used By Samson to Punish the Philistines 300 Foxes (Judg 15:1-5)

69 Weapon Used By Samson to Kill 1,000 Philistines Jawbone of a Donkey (Judg 15:15)

70 Woman Who Deceived Samson Delilah (Judg 16:1-31) Judges - 19

71 Four Actions Samson Gave Delilah to Make Him Weak Bind with Fresh Bowstrings; Bind with New Ropes; Weave His Hair; Shave His Head (Judg 16:7, 10, 13, 17)

72 How Samson Killed 3,000 in His Death Pushed Down the Pillars Supporting of the Temple (Judg 16:25-31) Judges - 20

73 The Book of Ruth Tells About Ruth's Marriage to Boaz (a Moabite to a Jew) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 1

74 Ruth's Mother-in-Law Naomi (Ruth 1:3-4) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 2

75 Ruth's Homeland Moab (Ruth 1:4) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 3

76 Ruth's Commitment to Naomi Your People Shall Be My People, and Your God Shall Be My God (Ruth 1:16-17) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 4

77 Ruth's Second Husband Boaz (Ruth 4:13) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 5

78 Ruth's Relationship to King David His Great-Grandmother (Ruth 4:17) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 6

79 David's Lineage from Ruth (Boaz) to David Boaz (Ruth), Obed, Jesse, David (Ruth 4:17-22) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 7

80 First Samuel Tells About Samuel, Saul & David Ruth & 1 Samuel - 8

81 The Old Judge Eli (1 Sam 2:22) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 9

82 Samuel's Mother Hannah (1 Sam 1:20) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 10

83 The Prayer of Samuel's Mother That She Might Have a Son to Give Back to God (1 Sam 1:11) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 11

84 Raised Samuel Eli (1 Sam 1:25) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 12

85 Eli's Wicked Sons Hophni & Phinehas (1 Sam 1:3; 2:12) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 13

86 Heard By Samuel in the Middle of the Night The Voice of God (1 Sam 3:1-14) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 14

87 Samuel's Response When God Spoke to Him "Speak, Lord, for Your servant hears." (1 Sam 3:9-10) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 15

88 God's Message to Young Samuel Eli's Sons Will Be Killed (1 Sam 3:11-14) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 16

89 Sin of Eli in Rearing His Sons He Did Not Restrain Them From Evil (1 Sam 3:13) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 17

90 Eli's Reaction When He Heard the Ark Had Been Captured Fell Backward, Broke His Neck & Died (1 Sam 4:18) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 18

91 The Last Judge Samuel (1 Sam 7:15) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 19

92 Reason Israel Asked for a King To Be Like All the Nations (Peer Pressure) (1 Sam 8:5) Ruth & 1 Samuel - 20


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