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judge who had extraordinary physical strength

Samson

anointed Saul to be king

Samuel

had a gallows built 50 cubits hight

Haman

priest sent to Jerusalem after the dedication of the Temple

Ezra

sheltered Joshua's spies in Jericho

Rahab

father of Samuel

Elkanah

raised an orphaned cousin

Mordecai

king who sent Nehemiah to Jerusalem

Artaxerxes

left-handed judge

Ehud

father of Hophni and Phineas

Eli

Haman had to lead __?__ through the city in royal robes.

Mordecai

The books of the Bible that record the rebuilding of the Temple and walls in Jerusalem are __?__.

Ezra and Nehemiah

Samson delivered his people from the __?__.

Philistines

During a battle with the Israelites, the Philistines captured the __?__.

Ark of the Covenant

Mordecai and the Jews dressed in __?__ to show their sadness at the law which the king had passed.

sackcloth and ashes

The prophet who foretold the return of the Jews to Israel to rebuild the Temple was __?__.

Isaiah

On his way to Timnath, Samson was attacked by a __?__.

lion

King Ahasuerus held out his __?__ to who that Queen Esther could come before his throne.

scepter

God rejected Saul as king because he __?__.

disobeyed and rebelled

Two enemies of the Jews who tried to stop the walls from being built were __?__.

Sanballat and Tobiah

Gideon put out a fleece to __?__.

confirm God's leading

Who took care of Samuel at the Tabernacle?

Eli

Esther invited the king and __?__ to two banquets.

Haman

Ezra asked __?__ for protection on his trip to Jerusalem.

God

The Jews first rebuilt the __?__ when they returned to Jerusalem.

walls

Ai defeated Israel at first, because of the sin of __?__.

Achan

__?__ was the first king of Israel.

Saul

King Ahasuerus was the king of __?__.

Persia

The enemies within the city of Jerusalem were __?__ who were taking advantage of the poor.

Jewish leaders

Hophni and Phineas thought __?__ would win the battle for the Israelites.

the Ark of the Covenant

Jericho was the __?__ cit Israel conquered in the land of Canaan.

first

Haman wanted to kill Mordecai because Mordecai refused to __?__ him.

bow down to

King Cyrus ordered that the holy vessels be returned to their rightful place in the __?__.

Temple

The Nazarite vow forbade Samson to __?__.

cut

__?__ prayed to God for a son.

Hannah

Number in correct order the events in the life of Esther.

1. Esther is crowned queen.


2. Haman conspires against the Jews.


3. The Jews of Shushan mourn.


4. Esther petitions the king for her people.


5. Haman hangs on his gallows.

Nehemiah served as a __?__ in the king's palace.

cupbearer

Israel's cycle (or pattern) of living in the Promised Land was idolatry, bondage, repentance, __?__, and rest.

deliverance

After rejecting Saul as king, God chose__?__, a shepherd boy, to rule Israel.

David

Queen __?__ refused to go to the king's banquet.

Vashti

King __?__ of Persia sent the Jews to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple.

Cyrus

What was Rahab to display from her window to protect her household from destruction?

a scarlet cord

Samuel lived in the Tabernacle and saw his parents only __?__ time(s) a year.

one

Although the name of God is not mentioned in the book of __?__ the book tells of God's protection for His people.

Esther

During the Feast of the Tabernacles, the Jews built __?__ out of branches of trees and lived in them seven days.

booths

Name one of the items Gideon's soldiers carried into battle against the Midianites.

trumpet, torch, or pitcher