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What did the officers say they would do to anyone who did not obey Joshua's words?
a) Not let them cross the Jordan with the rest of Israel b) Put them to death c) Make them leave the Israelite camp d) Make them stay in the desert
Finish this verse: Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be...
a) ...discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go. b) ...worried. I will help you. c) ...scared. I will help you defeat your enemies. d) ...discouraged. I will go with you.
How did the officers respond to Joshua's instructions?
a) They wanted to inquire of the Lord too. b) They said they would do what Joshua commanded. c) They rejected Joshua as their leader. d) Some officers agreed to obey and some didn't.
Why were the fighting men of the tribes east of the Jordan going to cross the river?
a) The other tribes did not have any fighting men. b) They were to help their fellow Israelites take possession of their land. c) The men of the other tribes did not know how to fight. d) All of the choices are correct.
While the fighting men were away, who would stay in the land east of the Jordan River?
a) Joshua and the priests b) The men who were not good fighters c) Any men who did not want to fight the Canaanites d) The wives and children of the Reubenites, Gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh
What tribes lived east of the Jordan River?
a) Reubenites, Gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh b) Danites, Gadites, and Reubenites c) Levites, Benjamites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh d) Canaanites, Amorites, and Jebusites
What would happen in three days from when the Lord spoke to Joshua?
a) All Israel would celebrate the Passover. b) All Israel would cross the Jordan River. c) Spies would be sent to find a place to cross the Jordan. d) Joshua would cross first and then bring the rest of the Israelites next month.
Who was supposed to tell the people to prepare to cross the Jordan River?
a) Joshua b) The officers of the people c) The priests d) The Reubenites and Gadites
How were the officers to deliver Joshua's orders?
a) They were to send letters thoughout the Israelite camp. b) They were to call all the Israelites together for an announcement. c) They were to go through the camp and tell the people. d) They were to tell the priests, who would tell the people.
What did God say Joshua should meditate on day and night?
a) The plans for crossing the Jordan River b) The Book of the Law c) The prayers of the Israelites d) All of the choices are correct.
What did the Lord tell Joshua not to be?
a) Strong and courageous b) Obedient and brave c) Afraid and discouraged d) Lazy and unmotivated
Why did the Lord want Joshua to be strong and courageous?
a) So he would not embarrass the Lord b) Because he had to make a name for himself c) Because he would lead the Israelites to inherit the land d) All of the choices are correct.
What did the Lord tell Joshua he needed to do to be successful?
a) Obey all the law my servant Moses gave you. b) Do not turn from the Law to the right or to the left. c) Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips. d) All of the choices are correct.
What was Joshua's job before he became the leader of the Israelites?
a) He was a priest. b) He was in charge of all the officers. c) He was Moses' aide. d) He was the head judge.
What did the Lord promise Joshua that He would do when the Israelites entered Canaan?
a) Make Joshua king of the Israelites b) Appoint a good leader for the Israelites c) Give the Israelites every place they set their feet d) Never make a mistake
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