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Judges 3

Study of the book of Judges

Who were the nations God left to prove (test) Israel by them? Five lords of the Philistines, All the Canaanites, Sidonians, and the Hivites that dwelt in Mount Lebanon from Mount Baal-hermon unto the entering in of Hamath - 3:1-3
What was the purpose of these nations being left? To know (find out) whether the people of Israel would hearken unto the commandments of the Lord which He commanded their fathers by the hand of Moses - 3:4
Who were the people that the Israelites dwelt among? Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites - 3:5
What did the Israelites do with the people they dwelt among? They married their daughters and gave their daughters to be married to them - 3:6
Where did the children of Israel do evil? In the sight of the Lord - 3:7
Who did the children of Israel serve? Baalim and the groves - 3:7
When the people angered God in Judges 3:1-7, who did God sell them into the hand of? Chushanrishathaim, King of Mesopotamia - 3:8
How long did the children of Israel serve Chushanrishathaim the king of Mesopotamia? 8 years - 3:8
After the people cried unto the Lord, who did He send to deliver them? Othniel, the son of Kenaz, the younger brother of Caleb - 3:9
Who did Othniel prevail against to deliver the people? Chushanrishathaim, King of Mesopotamia - 3:10
How long did the land experience peace before Othniel died? 40 years - 3:11
Who did God use to oppress the children of Israel after Othniel died? Eglon, the king of Moab - 3:12
Why did God allow Eglon to rule over Israel? Because they had done evil in the sight of the Lord - 3:12
Who did Eglon get to help him defeat Israel? The children of Ammon and Amalek - 3:13
What city did Eglon capture? The city of palm trees - 3:13
How long did the children of Israel serve Eglon the king of Moab? 18 years - 3:14
Who did God raise up to defeat Eglon the king of Moab? Ehud the son of Gera, a Benjamite who was left handed - 3:15
By whom did the children of Israel send a present (Tribute) to Eglon the king of Moab? Ehud - 3:15
What did Ehud make to take with him to see the Eglon the king of Moab? A Dagger - 3:16
Describe the dagger Ehud made to go to Eglon the king of Moab? It had two edges of a cubit length (about 18 inches) - 3:16
How did Ehud get in to see Eglon the king of Moab with the dagger? He hid it under his raiment on his right thigh - 3:16
What physical characteristic was pronounced about Eglon? He was very fat - 3:17
How did Ehud get along with Eglon the king of Moab? He asked those who brought the present (tribute) to leave, told the king he had a secret message and the king asked everyone to leave the room - 3:18-19
What did Ehud say he had? A message from the Lord - 3:20
When Ehud told Eglon about having a message from the Lord what did Eglon do? He arose out of his seat -3:20
Where was King Eglon sitting when Ehud came to him with a message? A summer parlor which he had for himself alone - 3:20
What did Ehud do after King Eglon arose? He took his left hand, removed the dagger from his right thigh and thrust it into the fat belly of the king - 3:21
What happened to the dagger when Ehud thrust it into the belly of the king? The blade and haft both went into the belly and could not be pulled out - 3:22
What did come out when the dagger could not come out? Dirt - 3:22
What did Ehud do after he killed Eglon? He left through the porch, shut the doors and locked them - 3:23
Why did the servants no go in to check on King Eglon? The doors were locked and they thought he was covering his feet (relieving himself) - 3:24
How long did the servants wait to open the door to the parlor? Until they were ashamed - 3:25
How did they get into the parlor? They used a key - 3:25
What did they find when they entered the parlor? The king fallen dead on the earth - 3:25
Where did Ehud escape to after he killed King Eglon? To Seirath - 3:26
What did Ehud do when he came to Seirath? He blew a trumpet (call to assemble) and gathered the men to go to war against Moab - 3:27-30
How many men of Moab were slain in the ensuing battle with Moab? 10,000 lusty men of valor - 3:29
How many of the men of Moab escaped from the battle? None - 3:29
How long did the land of Israel have rest after the defeat of Moab? 80 Years - 3:30
Who did God raise up to deliver the children of Israel from the Philistines? Shamgar the son of Anath - 3:31
How many men did Shamgar kill? 600 men - 3:31
What did Shamgar use to slay 600 Philistines? An ox goad - 3:31
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