Assignment: Leviticus 16-21; I Kings 11:7-38; II Kings 17:17; Exodus 30:10.  (Click on assignment to read lesson online.)
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TRUE OR FALSE QUESTIONS.   (Record the Chapter and Verse where you find your answers.)

T /F  Chapter/Verse __ _________ 1. Aaron, the high priest, was permitted to enter the Most Holy Place at any time. __ _________ 2. Aaron was supposed to offer a sin offering for himself. __ _________ 3. The scapegoat represents Christ, who takes our sins away. __ _________ 4. The scapegoat was let loose on the Day of Atonement. __ _________ 5. Twice Aaron went within the vail on the Day of Atonement. __ _________ 6. The people were permitted to offer sacrifices only at the door of the Tabernacle. __ _________ 7. Strangers were permitted to offer sacrifices. __ _________ 8. The life of the flesh is in the blood. __ _________ 9. If a man ate blood, he was cut off from Godís blessings. __ _________10. A man was permitted to marry a woman and her daughter. __ _________11. The marriage practices of the Canaanites were an abomination. __ _________12. One was permitted to marry two sisters. __ _________13. Leviticus 19 deals with the laws of holiness. __ _________14. There are at least 20 laws recorded in chapter 19. __ _________15. The gleanings of the harvest were to be left for the poor. __ _________16. "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" is in chapter 19. __ _________17. One was not permitted to eat fruit from a tree till its fifth year. __ _________18. One was taught to respect the aged. __ _________19. Molech was a god. __ _________20. God commanded the people to sanctify themselves and be holy. __ _________21. If a man or woman committed adultery, death was to be imposed. __ _________22. A priest was not permitted to take a wife who was put away from her husband. __ _________23. The high priest was not permitted to touch his fatherís dead body. __ _________24. A priest was not permitted to marry a widow. __ _________25. Physical blemishes prohibited one from officiating as priest. ANSWER THE COMPLETION QUESTIONS.
Chapter/Verse _________26. How many days per year was Aaron permitted to enter within the veil? _____ _________27. What animal was offered as Aaronís sin offering? ______________________ _________28. What animal was offered as the peopleís sin offering? __________________ _________29. In addition to blood, what was Aaron to bring within the veil? _____________ _________30. On what day were the people to afflict their souls? ____________________ _________31. In officiating during the feast of atonement, the priest was to wear clothing made of what material? ____________________________________ _________32. What was to happen to a man who ate blood? _________________________ _________33. God condemned the marriage customs of what two nations? ______________ _________34. If part of the peace offering were left until the third day, what was to be done with it? ___________________________________________________ _________35. How often was one to pay wages to his hired servant? ___________________ _________36. With what type of seed was one not to sow his field? ____________________ _________37. What was one not to do to the corners of his beard? _____________________ _________38. What happened to the children whom the heathen offered to Molech? _______ _________39. What was the punishment for one who cursed his father? _________________ _________40. What punishment was imposed on a wizard? ___________________________ _________41. Ye shall be_______________ unto me: for I the Lord am __________________ _________42. The priest was not to he defiled for the ______________among his people. _________43. What punishment was imposed on a priestís daughter who played the whore? __________________________________________________________ _________44. Who might he the wife of a priest? _____________________________________ _________45. What right was granted a blemished son of Aaron? _______________________

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