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Leviticus 1-5 talks about the burnt offering, the meat offering, the peace offering, the sin offering and the guilt offering. How many of them are animal sacrifices?
Two sons of Aaron, who were priests, 'offered unauthorized fire before the Lord, contrary to his command' (Lev 10). What were their names?
The day of atonement was the only day of the year the high priest was allowed to enter ... what?
Fill in the blank from Leviticus 19: 'Love your ... as yourself. I am the Lord'
During the Lord’s Festival of Unleavened Bread the israelites would eat bread made without yeast (Lev 23). For how many days?
Every fiftieth year the people were supposed to have a special celebration which included giving people back their family property (Lev 25). It was called the year of ... what?
'If anyone makes a special vow to dedicate a person to the Lord by giving the equivalent value ...' (Lev 27) a man age 20-60 would cost 50 shekels. How much would a woman cost?
Moses made two censuses in the book of Numbers. On which two places did he do that (Num 1, 25-26)?
One of the tribes were not counted among the others because they were chosen by God to be his servants in the tabernacle (and later the temple), which tribe was that (Num 1)?
This tribe was devides into three groups with different tasks. The groups were named after the three sons of the ancestor - Gershon, Kohath and who (Num 3)?
Some men and women chose to make special vows to God to serve him. They never drank alcohol or cut their hair (Samson later became one of them). What were they called (Num 6)?
Fill in the blank from the beginning of the Aronite blessing: 'The Lord bless you and ... you' (Num 6)
Fill in the blank from the end of the Aronite blessing: 'the Lord turn his face toward you and give you ...' (Num 6)
From what age were the servants of the tabernacle (the tribe mentioned above) supposed to serve (Num 8)?
They used trumpets to summon the people (Num 10), which element were they made of?
What kind of birds did the Lord send for the people to eat?
Fill in the blank: 'I wish that all the Lord’s people were ... and that the Lord would put his Spirit on them!' (Num 11)
Who received a defiling skin disease for opposing Moses (Num 12)?
How many spies did Moses send into Canaan (Num 13)?
Only two of them believed it was possible for the Lord to give them the country - which two was that (Num 13-14)?
Korah, Dathan and Abiram rose up against Moses. What did the ground do to them as a sign from the Lord (Num 16)?
Who's staff budded, blossomed and produced almonds as another sign of being chosen by God (Num 17)?
The first time the Lord gave the people water from a rock he told Moses to strike it. The second time God wanted him to do something else, what?
What did Moses do instead?
Who succeeded Aaron as high priest (Num 20)?
When the people were attacked by snakes, God told Moses to make a snake and put it up on a pole (Num 21). What material was it made in?
The seer Balaam was sent for by the king of Moab to curse the people of Israel (Num 22). What was the king's name?
What kind of animal spoke to Balaam to stop him?
Zelophehad had no sons, only daughters. They stood up for their right and Moses made a new law to allow women to enherit. How many daughters did Zelophehad have (Num 27, 36)?
Which two tribes (along with half of Manasseh) chose to live on the other side of Jordan (Num 32)?

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