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WEEK 10          BIBLE LIVE QUIZ     Ps. 31:9—33:22 and Numbers 11:1—27:11

Ps. 31:9—33:22

  1. Ps. 32 celebrates the relief and joy of people who receive what from God? 32:1, Forgiveness
  2. In verses 3-6, David says that the sickness and misery caused by his guilt only ended when he did what? Confessed
  3. BONUS: What does the word confess mean? “Homologeos”, say the same thing God says, agree with God
  4. When one of God’s people sins and refuses to receive God’s forgiveness, what will God do to that person? V.4, Discipline (see Hebrews 12, the Lord disciplines all those that He loves)
  5. Instead of wisely listening to God and allowing Him to guide them along in life, some people have to be led through discipline and force like which two senseless animals? 32:9, horse or mule (controlled with bit and bridle)
  6. According to Ps. 33 (and Gen. 1), the heavens, the stars, and our entire world came into existence when God did what? V.6-9, spoke
  7. In spite of all the constant changes in our world, what never changes? 33:11, God’s plans (His intentions can never be shaken)
  8. Instead of trusting and obeying God, many nations make the terrible mistake of trusting in what for protection? 33:16-17, military weapons and might

Numbers 11:1—27:11

  1. Moses prayed four times in Num. 11-14. The first time he prayed was to end God’s judgment on Israel for their complaining. What was that judgment? 11:1, fire from the Lord that destroyed the outskirts of the camp
  2. In Num. 11, God answered Moses’ second prayer by providing what food for Israel? 11:31, meat (quail)
  3. At the time God provides quail for the people, He also provides Moses with a group of how many men to assist him in leading the people? 11:16, seventy (in verse 29, Moses shows that he is not at all jealous of them)
  4. In Num. 12, what happened to cause Moses to have to pray for his older sister Miriam? She and Aaron criticize Moses for marrying a Cushite (Ethiopian) woman and seem to be jealous of his power. God punishes Miriam with leprosy, and Moses prays for God to heal her.
  5. When Israel arrived at the Promised Land, why did they refuse to go in to conquer and occupy it? 13:25—14:4, the spies’ report filled them with fear
  6. Of the twelve spies that went into Canaan, which two came back with a positive report and encouraged the people to go into the land and conquer it? 14:6-9, Caleb and Joshua (the Lord’s salvation)
  7. When the people refused to go into the Promised Land, God told Moses He would destroy Israel and replace it with what other nation? 14:12, a new nation He would raise up from Moses and his descendants
  8. Moses prays for the fourth time, asking God to forgive the people. What reasons does Moses give for God to preserve Israel? 14:13-19, His name’s sake, testimony of His power, His patience, and His unfailing love
  9. What happened to the ten spies who came back from exploring Canaan and gave a negative, discouraging report to the people? 14:36-37, struck dead by a plague (illness)
  10. Israel’s punishment for not trusting and obeying the Lord was to wander in the wilderness for forty years. Why forty years? 14:34, one year for each day the spies were in the land
  11. After Israel refused to go in and conquer Canaan, God announced their punishment and told them to turn back into the desert wilderness. What did they do instead? 14:44, pushed ahead into Canaan and were defeated
  12. According to 15:30, what kind of sin was more serious for Israel and thus had harsher consequences? Brazen, deliberate disobedience to God (as opposed to “unintentional”)
  13. In 15:32, a man was stoned to death for doing what? Gathering firewood on the Sabbath
  14. What did the Israelites design into their clothing to remind them to obey God’s commands? 15:37-38, tassles
  15. A Levite named Korah led 250 community leaders in a rebellion against Moses and Aaron because they wanted to share the power and prestige of what position or office? 16:10, the priesthood
  16. Two Reubenites named Dathan and Abiram joined Korah’s rebellion and showed their disrespect for Moses by refusing to do what? 16:12, refused to come when Moses summoned them
  17. Moses called the 250 leaders to a “spiritual showdown”. How did the Lord reveal that the priesthood was to remain in the lineage of Aaron? 16:30-35, earth opened and swallowed families and belongings of Dathan and Abiram, and then fire destroyed the 250 men who were wrongly burning incense to the Lord.
  18. As a reminder and warning that only Aaron’s descendants were to serve as priests, the bronze incense burners used in the rebellion were hammered into a sheet of metal and used for what? 16:39, a cover for the altar
  19. Even after Korah’s judgment, the people continued to rebel and were judged with a plague. What sign did God give through Aaron’s staff to confirm His will to use the Levites as priests and ministers? 17:8, staff blossomed and produced almonds
  20. In Num. 18, God tells Aaron and the Levites that instead of inheriting land in the Promised Land, they will receive their food and financial support in what way? 18:20-21, the offerings and tithes of the other tribes
  21. The Levites also experienced the joy and privilege of giving when they gave how much to whom? 18:25-29, a tithe to the priests
  22. What would happen to the Levites if they disrespected or misused the offerings of God’s people? 18:32, death
  23. Death was the ultimate result of sin, so contact with a dead body was considered the worst defilement. What special sacrifice was required to prepare the water of purification for those who touched a dead body? 19:5ff, the red heifer (burned to ashes with cedar wood, a hyssop branch, and a scarlet thread).
  24. About 37 years after Israel had failed to enter the Promised Land, the nation returned to Kadesh, the place of their failure. What relative of Moses died there? 20:1, Miriam (older sister)
  25. What sin did Moses commit that kept him and his brother Aaron from entering the Promised Land with Israel? 20:9-11, struck the rock twice instead of speaking to it, and took credit before the people for supplying the water (might remark on the irony that, after 80 years serving the Lord, Moses still got in trouble for inability to speak—maybe the reason Aaron was included in the punishment)
  26. Israel grumbled and complained about lack of water and food, and when God sent poisonous snakes as punishment, how did the people respond? 21:7, They actually confessed their sin and ask to be forgiven and delivered!
  27. What did God use to provide healing for snakebites, and how were victims healed? 21:8-10, a bronze replica of a snake, held up on a pole. All who looked at the bronze snake were saved.
  28. SPECIAL BONUS: What ultimately happened to that bronze serpent? 2Kings 18:3-4, preserved for around 700 years, then destroyed by Hezekiah because people were worshiping it
  29. When Balak of the Moabites saw the numbers and strength of Israel, he sent for a sorcerer from the east and offered him payment to curse the nation of Israel. Who was that sorcerer? 22:5, Balaam, son of Beor
  30. At three different times and places, Balak tries unsuccessfully to get Balaam to curse Israel, but Balaam quotes a promise God gave Abraham many hundreds of years earlier (Gen. 12). What was that promise? 24:9, “Blessed is everyone who blesses you, O Israel, and cursed is everyone who curses you.”
  31. What prophecy did Balaam make in Num. 24:17 that may have been the basis for the magi to go searching for the King of the Jews when Jesus was born? “I see him, but not in the present time. I perceive him, but far in the distant future. A star will rise from Jacob; a scepter will emerge from Israel.”
  32. Baal, represented by a bull, was the principle god in Canaan. In Num. 25, how did the Moabites deceive and entice the Israelite men into the worship of Baal? Sexual lust (probably temple prostitutes, the idea of Balaam according to 31:16)
  33. By executing a Hebrew man and the Canaanite woman who were flaunting sexual sin, I halted the plague which had already killed 24,000 Hebrews, and I received God’s blessing. Who am I? 25:7-13, Phinehas, son of Eleazar and grandson of Aaron (office of high priest to his descendants)
  34. In Num. 26, what was done for the second time, which helps explain why the book is called Numbers? A second census of the nation’s fighting men was taken
  35. What important legal right did the five daughters of Zelophehad receive for themselves and for all Israelite women? 27:4, 8 right to inherit and own property (Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah)




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