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David & Goliath

How heavy was the tip of Goliath's spear?

600 shekels (~15 lbs)
1000 shekels (~25 lbs)
200 shekels (~5 lbs)
2000 shekels (~50 lbs)

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How heavy was Goliath's coat of armour?

10000 shekels (~250 lbs)
1000 shekels (~25 lbs)
2000 shekels (~50 lbs)
5000 shekels (~125 lbs)

David and Abishai crept into Saul's tent at night and took a spear and what other item from beside his head?

Water jug
Silver plate
Oil lamp

How many shekels of brass did Goliath's coat of armour weigh?


Which army challenged Israel to choose someone to fight against their champion, Goliath?


David chose ____ smooth stones when he fought against Goliath

How did David defeat Goliath?

He threw a stone from his sling
He won a sword fight
He threw a burning torch at him
He threw a spear at him

In which book can we read of David and Goliath?

1 Kings
2 Samuel
1 Samuel
2 Kings

Where did Saul and the Israelites camp when they faced Goliath and the Philistines?

Valley of Achor
Valley of Eshcol
Valley of Rephaim
Valley of Elah

Approximately how tall was Goliath (in feet)?


What was the helmet that Goliath wore made from?




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