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Numbers: What sort of animal spoke to Balaam?


Pig
Donkey
Camel
Cow

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What animal spoke to Balaam?

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What animal did Balaam strike with a stick?

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Numbers mentions "the Book of the Wars of..."

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In which book would you find the record of Balaam and his donkey?

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What sort of tree did Jesus curse for bearing no fruit?

Pomegranate
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Which king wanted Balaam to curse the children of Israel?

David
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What sort of clothes was a leper to wear?

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Torn

According to the Bible what sort of man was Noah?

Hard-working
Wise
Meek
Just

What sort of stone could not be used for an altar?

Blemished stone
Sandstone
Stone from a burial site
Stone shaped with tools

What sort of stone was an altar not to be made from?

Foreign stone
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