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Why did Elimelech go to live in Moab with his family?

Famine in his home town
Distant relatives invited him
Earthquake in his home town
Disagreement with his town leaders

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What happened to Elimelech in Moab?

His sons murdered him
He died
He was killed by the King of Moab
He left his wife

Joseph's family were given the land of Goshen to live in by Pharaoh?


Why did Pharaoh give Joseph's family the land of Goshen?

They were in need of a place to offer sacrifices
They were shepherds, which are an abomination to the Egyptians
They were too numerous to live in Egypt
They were farmers and needed good fertile land

What were the names of Elimelech's two sons?

Jacob & Esau
Mahlon & Chilion
Pharez & Zarah
James & John

Which overweight king of Moab was killed when a sword was thrust into his belly?


Why did Jacob flee to live with Laban?

He had sinned against God
Esau wanted to kill him
Abimelech wanted his wife
He had stolen from his father

Which judge killed Eglon, King of Moab?


Moab threw Daniel into a den of lions



How did Korah and his family die after seeking priesthood duties beyond those they already had?

They were trampled by seven yoke of oxen
They were swallowed up by the earth
They were consumed by fire
The mountain crumbled beneath their feet and they fell

In what area of Egypt did Jacob and his family settle?

Upper Egypt



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