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    1.) The LORD said unto Moses, Gather unto me seventy men of the elders of Israel, whom thou knowest to be the elders of the people, and officers over them; and bring them unto the tabernacle of the congregation, that they may stand there with thee. What did God want to do to them?
           Endue them with the spirit, so that they could help Moses carry out his duties.
           Teach them the Ten Commandments.
           Rebuke them for their hard hearts.
           Kill them.

    2.) Abimelech killed seventy of his brothers. How did God repay him for what he had done.
           God struck him dead on the spot.
           He developed a patch of leprosy on his forehead, and spent the rest of his life outside the city.
           A woman dropped a millstone off the tower and it crushed his skull, then his armorbearer thrust him through with the sword.
           His own children were taken away to Babylon and killed.

    3.) Which king had seventy sons in Samaria?

    4.) Who killed the seventy sons of the king?

    5.) Which prophet prophesied that Israel would serve the king of Babylon for seventy years?

    6.) What did the prophet say would happen to Babylon at the end of the seventy years?
           Babylon would be punished and would become perpetually desolate.
           The prophet didn't mention what would happen to Babylon.
           It would flourish in the desert, as a rose.
           Its hanging gardens would be a wonder of the world.

    7.) What was to happen to Israel at the end of the seventy years in Babylon?
           They were to rise up against the king of Babylon and conquer the land.
           God would visit them and cause them to return to their land.
           They were to serve another seventy years for their failure to observe the Sabbath.
           They would be utterly destroyed.

    8.) When Daniel understood from his reading that the seventy years captivity was nearly ended, what did he do?
           He encouraged his friends to rebel against the oppressors.
           He said goodbye to his Babylonian friends and packed his belongings for the trip home.
           He set his face to seek God by prayer and fasting, and with sackcloth and ashes.
           He didn't say what he did.

    9.) The Lord Jesus appointed seventy men, and sent them into every city and place, where he himself would come. In what way did he send them?
           In groups of two.
           In groups of five.
           In groups of seven.

    10.) And the seventy returned again with joy, saying...
           Even devils are subject to us through your name.
           Truly you are he of whom the prophets spoke.
           Blessing and honor and glory and power be unto you, oh Lord most high.
           Behold, what manner of love the father hath given unto us.

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