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Blue Level Questions What were the people of Israel to do to return to the Lord with all their hearts 73 Get rid of the foreign gods and Ashtoreths Commit themselves to the Lord Serve the Lord only ID: 655849 Download Presentation

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Blue Level QuestionsSlide2

What were the people of Israel to do to return to the Lord with all their hearts? (7:3)

Get rid of the foreign gods and

Ashtoreths

Commit themselves to the Lord

Serve the Lord only

All of the aboveSlide3

What were the people of Israel to do to return to the Lord with all their hearts? (7:3)

Get rid of the foreign gods and

Ashtoreths

Commit themselves to the Lord

Serve the Lord only

All of the aboveSlide4

What did Samuel say he would do at Mizpah when all Israel assembled there? (7:5)

He wouldn’t hurt them.

He would intercede with the Lord for them.

He would give them the plans for the battle.

All of the aboveSlide5

What did Samuel say he would do at Mizpah when all Israel assembled there? (7:5)

He wouldn’t hurt them.

He would intercede with the Lord for them.

He would give them the plans for the battle.

All of the aboveSlide6

What didn’t the Israelites do when they assembled at Mizpah? (7:6)

“They drew water and poured it out before the Lord.”

“They confessed, ‘We have sinned against the Lord.’”

“They offered a thousand burnt offerings to God.”

All of the aboveSlide7

What didn’t the Israelites do when they assembled at Mizpah? (7:6)

“They drew water and poured it out before the Lord.”

“They confessed, ‘We have sinned against the Lord.’”

“They offered a thousand burnt offerings to God.”

All of the aboveSlide8

What did the Lord do when Samuel cried out on Israel’s behalf? (7:9)

The Lord told Samuel to not listen to them.

The Lord refused to answer him.

The Lord answered him.

The Lord did nothing.Slide9

What did the Lord do when Samuel cried out on Israel’s behalf? (7:9)

The Lord told Samuel to not listen to them.

The Lord refused to answer him.

The Lord answered him.

The Lord did nothing.Slide10

When the Philistines tried to attack Israel while Samuel sacrificed an offering, what did the Lord do? (7:10)

He “thundered with loud thunder against the Philistines.”

He threw them into a panic.

He routed them before the Israelites.

All of the aboveSlide11

When the Philistines tried to attack Israel while Samuel sacrificed an offering, what did the Lord do? (7:10)

He “thundered with loud thunder against the Philistines.”

He threw them into a panic.

He routed them before the Israelites.

All of the aboveSlide12

What did Samuel say when he named the stone Ebenezer? (7:12)

“Thus far has the Lord killed all the Philistines.”

“Thus far the Lord has helped us.”

“Thus far have we come from Canaan.”

“Here we remember our ancestors.”Slide13

What did Samuel say when he named the stone Ebenezer? (7:12)

“Thus far has the Lord killed all the Philistines.”

“Thus far the Lord has helped us.”

“Thus far have we come from Canaan.”

“Here we remember our ancestors.”Slide14

What happened to the Philistines throughout Samuel’s lifetime? (7:13)

The Lord saved them.

The hand of the Lord was with them.

The Lord helped them succeed.

The hand of the Lord was against them.Slide15

What happened to the Philistines throughout Samuel’s lifetime? (7:13)

The Lord saved them.

The hand of the Lord was with them.

The Lord helped them succeed.

The hand of the Lord was against them.Slide16

What towns that had been captured by the Philistines were restored to Israel? (7:14)

Towns from Shiloh to Ebenezer

Towns from Jerusalem to Gath

Towns from

Ekron

to Gath

Towns from Gath to EbenezerSlide17

What towns that had been captured by the Philistines were restored to Israel? (7:14)

Towns from Shiloh to Ebenezer

Towns from Jerusalem to Gath

Towns from

Ekron

to Gath

Towns from Gath to EbenezerSlide18

How long did Samuel continue to lead Israel? (7:15)

For 30 more years

All the days of his life

For 20 years total

For 30 years totalSlide19

How long did Samuel continue to lead Israel? (7:15)

For 30 more years

All the days of his life

For 20 years total

For 30 years totalSlide20

What did Samuel do in Ramah, his hometown? (7:17)

He always went back there.

He held court for Israel there.

He build an altar to the Lord there.

All of the aboveSlide21

What did Samuel do in Ramah, his hometown? (7:17)

He always went back there.

He held court for Israel there.

He build an altar to the Lord there.

All of the aboveSlide22

Who did Samuel appoint as leaders when he became old? (8:1)

Saul and David

His brothers

His sons

His parentsSlide23

Who did Samuel appoint as leaders when he became old? (8:1)

Saul and David

His brothers

His sons

His parentsSlide24

What did Samuel’s sons do that was sinful? (8:3)

“They turned aside after dishonest gain.”

They “accepted bribes.”

They “perverted justice.”

All of the aboveSlide25

What did Samuel’s sons do that was sinful? (8:3)

“They turned aside after dishonest gain.”

They “accepted bribes.”

They “perverted justice.”

All of the aboveSlide26

What did the elders of Israel not say to Samuel after Samuel appointed his sons as judges? (8:1, 4-5)

“You are old.”

“Your sons do not follow your ways.”

“They are worse than Eli’s sons were.”

“Now appoint a king to lead us.”Slide27

What did the elders of Israel not say to Samuel after Samuel appointed his sons as judges? (8:1, 4-5)

“You are old.”

“Your sons do not follow your ways.”

“They are worse than Eli’s sons were.”

“Now appoint a king to lead us.”Slide28

Who had the people of Israel rejected as their king? (8:7)

Samuel

The Lord

Samuel’s sons

SaulSlide29

Who had the people of Israel rejected as their king? (8:7)

Samuel

The Lord

Samuel’s sons

SaulSlide30

What had the Israelites done since the day the Lord brought them out of Egypt? (8:8)

Forsook the Lord and served other gods

Followed the Lord in every way

Listened to the word of the Lord

All of the aboveSlide31

What had the Israelites done since the day the Lord brought them out of Egypt? (8:8)

Forsook the Lord and served other gods

Followed the Lord in every way

Listened to the word of the Lord

All of the aboveSlide32

What did God want Samuel to tell the Israelites after they asked for a king? (8:9)

How to be nice to a king

What the king would claim as his rights

Who the king would be

All of the aboveSlide33

What did God want Samuel to tell the Israelites after they asked for a king? (8:9)

How to be nice to a king

What the king would claim as his rights

Who the king would be

All of the aboveSlide34

What would a king take from the Israelites? (8:14)

Their best fields, vineyards, and olive groves

Their houses

Their shops and tents

All of the aboveSlide35

What would a king take from the Israelites? (8:14)

Their best fields, vineyards, and olive groves

Their houses

Their shops and tents

All of the aboveSlide36

What did the people say when Samuel warned them about the king? (8:19)

“We don’t want you to lead us anymore.”

“We want to choose a king.”

“We want a king over us.”

“We want you to lead us.”Slide37

What did the people say when Samuel warned them about the king? (8:19)

“We don’t want you to lead us anymore.”

“We want to choose a king.”

“We want a king over us.”

“We want you to lead us.”Slide38

What is not a reason the people wanted a king? (8:20)

To be like other nations

To help them worship God

To lead them

To fight their battlesSlide39

What is not a reason the people wanted a king? (8:20)

To be like other nations

To help them worship God

To lead them

To fight their battles

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