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    1.) What did Jacob do concerning his uncle's sheep, the first time he saw Rachel?
           Sent his servant to Laban to inquire if he could help with the shearing.
           Chased the sheep away so that he could speak to Rachel without interruption.
           Rolled the stone from the well's mouth, and watered the flock.
           Helped her sort the sheep according to their color.

    2.) Why did seven years seem like just a few days to Jacob when he served his uncle Laban?
           He had such a great love for Rachel.
           He had such a great plan about what he would do when the time was finished.
           He was having such a great time stealing his uncle's sheep.
           He suffered from amnesia.

    3.) Why did Jacob tell his uncle Laban, "With whomsoever thou findest thy gods, let him not live."
           He knew that Rachel had stolen the gods but was sure that Laban would not find them.
           He did not know that Rachel had stolen the gods.
           He had grown tired of Rachel as a wife and preferred Leah.
           He knew that Rachel's father would never kill her so did not think that she was in any danger.

    4.) What was Jacob's name changed to?
           Israel
           Judah
           Eliadab
           Eleazar

    5.) Who changed his name?
           Rachel
           His uncle Laban
           An angel
           God

    6.) Jacob had a daughter. What was her name?
           Milcah
           Dinah
           Rebekah
           Bashemath

    7.) Pharaoh asked Jacob a question. What was it?
           How many sons do you have that are older than Joseph?
           What work do you do?
           If you could have my gold or my wheat which would you choose?
           How old are you?

    8.) Psalm 78 tells us, "For he established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, which he commanded our fathers, that they should..."
           make them known to their children.
           walk in them before the Lord.
           delight in them with their whole heart.
           remember the creator in the days of their youth.

    9.) The book of Hebrews tells us of something Jacob did by faith before he died. What was it?
           Looked forward to the city that has foundations, whose builder and architect is God.
           Was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, and went out, not knowing where he went.
           Looked for the Messiah.
           Blessed both of the sons of Joseph.

    10.) How old was Jacob when he died?
           One hundred years.
           One hundred and nineteen years.
           One hundred and forty-seven years.
           One hundred and fifty-three years.





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