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    1.) Joseph was thirty years old when he entered the service of Pharaoh king of Egypt. Where was he allowed to go in the performance of his duties?
           Anywhere within the inner court of the king.
           Anywhere within the palace.
           Anywhere within the province.
           Anywhere within Egypt.

    2.) If the ox gored a male or female slave, the owner of the ox was to pay to the slaveowner thirty shekels of silver, and...
           work in the stead of the slave for thirty days.
           a lamb.
           a yoke of twelve oxen.
           the ox should be stoned.

    3.) The whole of Israel mourned for thirty days at the death of these two members of the same family when each of them died.
           Abraham and Lot
           Jacob and Esau
           Moses and Aaron
           Shem and Japheth

    4.) King David was thirty years old when he began to reign. How long did he reign for?
           Forty years
           Forty-five years
           Fifty years
           Fifty-five years

    5.) This man was a judge of Israel. He had thirty sons who rode on thirty donkeys.
           Samson
           Ehud
           Jair
           Othneil

    6.) Thirty days after she had been in the presence of the king, Esther went back into the inner court without him summoning her. What saved her life in that situation?
           The king held out his golden scepter to her.
           Haman pleaded with the king for him to allow her into his presence.
           Mordecai went with her and told the king of a plot against him.
           Some thieves broke in at that moment and distracted the king from what he was doing.

    7.) Samson told his thirty friends he would give them thirty linen garments and thirty festal garments if they could solve his riddle. He lost the wager - where did he get the garments to pay them from?
           It was part of his inheritance from him having become a judge.
           His parents were extremely wealthy and they made clothing for a trade.
           He went to a town called Ashkelon and killed thirty men and took their garments.
           He stole them from a wealthy Philistine merchant.

    8.) In the book of Daniel there is the story of the administrators and princes of the kingdom going to the king to have him sign a royal decree that whomever would pray to or worship any other than the king during the next thirty days would be thrown to the lions. What was the name of the king?
           Nebuchadnezzar
           Pharaoh
           Abimelech
           Darius

    9.) Which old testament prophet prophesied that the Lord Jesus would be betrayed for thirty pieces of silver and that the money would be thrown back into the temple?
           Zechariah
           Obadiah
           Nahum
           Malachi

    10.) Which of the twelve disciples betrayed the Lord for thirty pieces of silver?
           James Alpheaus
           Judas Iscariot
           Thomas Didymus
           Bartholomew





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