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    1.) How many of his chariots did Pharaoh send after Moses and the Israelites?
           one hundred
           three hundred
           three thousand
           all his horses and chariots

    2.) What did God tell Moses? 'When thou goest out to battle against thine enemies, and seest horses, and chariots, and a people more than thou...'
           circle your spies around behind them, and destroy all their cities.
           draw them out of their cities into the desert and I will give thee victory.
           be not afraid of them: for the Lord thy God is with thee.
           flee before them, for the Lord thy God is very wrath with Israel.

    3.) Why could Judah not drive out the inhabitants of the valley?
           because they had many more chariots.
           because they had chariots of iron.
           because their chariots were faster.
           because their chariot drivers were better trained.

    4.) How many chariots did the captain of whose host, Sisera, have?
           nine hundred
           nine thousand

    5.) How many stalls of horses did Solomon have for his chariots?
           twenty thousand
           forty thousand
           sixty thousand
           eighty thousand

    6.) Some trust in chariots, and some in __ but we will remember the name of the LORD our God.

    7.) At the battle of Ramoth-Gilead, how did King Ahab of Israel die?
           He was stabbed through the heart by his own chariot driver.
           He was in a chariot, and was struck by a random arrow between the scales of his armor.
           The prophet Micaiah son of Imlah prophesied his death, and he fell backwards off his chariot and struck his head.
           The chariot that he was driving fell over and he was pinned to the ground by the axle.

    8.) What did Elisha's servant see when Elisha prayed that the Lord would open his eyes that he might see?
           The valley was full of the chariots of the enemy.
           He saw people, but they looked like horses and chariots.
           Chariots coming to take Elisha to heaven.
           The mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire round about Elisha.

    9.) What did the Syrians do when they heard the noise of chariots, horses, and a great host?
           They arose and fled in the twilight.
           They took up their tents, and their horses and chariots.
           They lit their lanterns and made a great noise.
           They burned their food supplies so that the invading army had nothing to eat.

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