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i. Obey!-Exodus 23, verse 21.

ii. Be strong!-Deuteronomy 31, verse 6.
iii. God will provide.-Genesis 22, verse 8.
iv. Ye shall be holy.-Leviticus 19, verse 2.
God will not forsake thee.-Deuteronomy 31,


verse 6.

vi. Your sin will find you out.-Numbers 32, verse 23.

vii. God created man in His own image.-Genesis I, verse 27.

viii. Thou shalt not avenge nor bear any grudge. Leviticus 19, verse 18.

ix. Let there be no strife between thee and me.Genesis 13, verse 8.

x. Speak unto the children of Israel that they go forward.-Exodus 14, verse 15.

xi. And in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.-Genesis 12, verse 3.

xii. Love the Lord thy God; walk in His ways; keep His commandments.-Deuteronomy 30, verse 16.


i. Let there be light. (Genesis 1, verse 3.)
ii. Be a blessing! (Genesis 12, verse 3.)

iii. Walk before Me and be thou perfect! (Genesis 17, verse 1.)

iv. The Lord watch between me and thee when

we are absent one from another. (Genesis 31, verse 49.)

V. Ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good. (Genesis 50, verse 20.)

vi. Ye shall be unto Me a kingdom of priests and a holy people. (Exodus 19, verse 6.)


Holiness to the Lord. (Exodus 28, verse


viii. The Lord is God; there is none beside Him. (Deuteronomy 4, verse 35.)

ix. Ye are the children of the Lord your God. (Deuteronomy 14, verse 1.)

X. That which is altogether just shall thou follow. (Deuteronomy 16, verse 20.)


i. Get thee out and be a blessing! (Genesis 12, verses I, 2.)

ii. Let My people go, that they may serve Me. (Exodus 8, verse 20.)

iii. Who is on the Lord's side? Let him come unto Me! (Exodus 32, verse 26.)

iv. Love thy neighbor as thyself! (Leviticus 19, verse 18.)



Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof! (Leviticus 25, verse 10.) vi. Hear, O Israel, the Eternal is our God; the Eternal is One! (Deuteronomy 6, verse 4.)

vii. Love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, with all thy soul and with all thy might! (Deuteronomy 6, verse 5.)

(Deuteronomy 8,

viii. Forget not the Lord! verse II.)

ix. Love ye the stranger! (Deuteronomy 10, verse 19.)

X. Fear not, neither be dismayed! (Deuteronomy 31, verse 8.)


1. What is the Bible? Who wrote it? When was it written? Where was it written? Is the Bible a great work? What do you mean by a "precious" book? Do people respect it?

2. Is the Bible one single book? How many books are there in it? What do we call the Bible?

3. How many parts are there in the Bible? How many books are there in the first part? What are they called?

4. Who, do our fathers say, wrote the Torah? Give another name for these five books?

5. Give all the names of these five books? What does each mean?

6. Name the Five Books of Law. What is the meaning of Genesis? What is the meaning of Exodus? What is the meaning of Leviticus? What is the meaning of Numbers? What is the meaning of Deuteronomy?

7. What kind of a book is Genesis? What "beginnings" does it refer to? What people does it chiefly refer to? Name some important men of whom it tells us? What part of our history is begun in this book?

8. What does Exodus tell us of our people? Who led the people of Israel out of Egypt? What else did he do for

the people? Does Exodus tell us anything about the people's worship of God?

9. How did the people worship God? Who conducted the religious services? What important rules do we find in Leviticus?

10. Where did the people of Israel wander? How many tribes were there in Israel? What is a desert?

11. What is the meaning of a "farewell speech?" Whose closing address is given in Deuteronomy? What is repeated in this book?

12. Who was the only Bible woman whose age is given? How old was she? Who was the first man in the Bible who bought land? What did he buy it for? What place did he buy? Who was the first Bible woman who wore a veil? What is the shortest song in the Bible? Who had an iron bedstead? How large was it?

13. What quotation should be make at one o'clock? What at two o'clock? What at three o'clock? What at four o'clock? What at five o'clock? What at six o'clock? What at seven o'clock? What at eight o'clock? What at nine o'clock? What at ten o'clock? What at eleven o'clock? What at twelve o'clock?

14. Give a motto for use in school? A motto for religion? A motto for life? A motto at parting? A motto for those who mean to do right in spite of difficulties? A motto for the Jewish people? A motto concerning our words, thoughts and deeds? A motto for the Jewish child? A motto for day and night? Your own motto?

15. Quote a call of duty? A call of liberty? A call of religion? A call of love? A call of Judaism? A call of gratitude? A call of courage?



(Exodus 20, verses 2-17.)

Ist. I am the Lord thy God, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt; thou shalt have no other God before Me.

2nd. Thou shalt not bow down to (other gods), nor serve them.

3rd. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.

4th. Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. 5th. Honor thy father and thy mother.

6th. Thou shalt not commit murder.

7th. Thou shalt not commit adultery.
8th. Thou shalt not steal.

9th. Thou shalt not bear false witness. Ioth. Thou shalt not covet.

Thou shalt have no other God but Me;
Never to idols bend thy knee;
Take not God's holy name in vain;
Do not the Sabbath day profane;
Honor thy father and thy mother;
Nor kill, nor hurt, nor hate another;

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