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    1.) God told the Israelites that for six years they were to sow the land and gather the yield. What were they to do on the seventh year?
           Let it rest and lie fallow.
           Sow double what they normally did.
           Gather the yield and take it to Pharaoh.
           Gather the yield and burn it as an offering.

    2.) God told Joshua that for six days they should march around the city of Jericho once. What were they to do on the seventh day?
           Rest for the Sabbath.
           Send an envoy to start negotiations with the chief governors of the city of Jericho.
           March around the city twice, the whole company maintaining silence.
           March around the city seven times, with the priests blowing the trumpets.

    3.) God gave the Israelites six cities of refuge for the Israelites - what were they for?
           The Israelites could hide themselves from their enemies.
           Anyone who provoked the anger of God could be safe there.
           Anyone who killed a person without intent could flee there.
           They were cities with fortified walls which would not collapse in a storm.

    4.) Which of the judges of Israel judged for six years?
           Ehud the son of Gera
           Jephthah the Gileadite

    5.) There was a giant of Gath who had six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot. Who killed him?
           Jonathan (Saul's son)
           Jonathan (David's nephew)

    6.) Second Kings and Second Chronicles both tell of a son of Ahaziah who was hidden from his murderous grandmother (Athalia) and stayed in the house of the Lord for six years. Who was he?

    7.) Who was woman to whom Boaz gave six measures of barley?
           An unnamed servant in the field.

    8.) In the year that king Uzziah died, Isaiah saw the Lord sitting on a throne in the temple. What were the creatures with six wings that stood above the throne?
           Terrible beasts with teeth of iron.
           We are not told.

    9.) What oil is mentioned in the six months' preparation that Esther underwent before she went into the presence of king Ahasuerus?
           olive oil
           oil of cinnamon
           oil of myrrh
           oil of sweet calamus

    10.) At the wedding feast at Cana, Jesus told the bridegroom's servants to fill six water pots with water. What did they do?
           Filled them to the brim.
           Half filled them.
           Told him to fill them himself if he wanted water.
           Told his disciples to fill them.

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