Thou shalt not covet.
Choose the correct answer for each question.
 

1 Coveteousness is an unlawful desire for that which one cannot legally possess.
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2 Coveteousness is a desire to gain through fradulent or illegal means.
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3To desire another man's wife is covetousness.
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4 To desire another man's property without proper remuneration is covetousness.
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5Usually murmuring grows out of covetousness.
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6"Who shall give us flesh to eat?" was a testimony of covetousness.
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7Covetousness may grow out of one's memory.
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8 Numbers 16:3 reveals Korah's covetousness.
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9God gave enough quails to feed Israel a month.
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10Korah's covetousness grew into rebellion.
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11Divine judgment fell on Korah and his followers.
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12The congregation gathered together against Moses and Aaron.
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13Moses failed God by smiting the rock.
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14Balak sent for Balaam to curse the people.
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15 God revealed his will to Balaam at the close of his first prayer.
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16According to Jude 1:11 Balaam ran greedily after a reward.
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17God's anger was kindled against Balaam for his going.
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18On one occasion Balaam's animal knew more about God's way than Balaam knew.
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19Balaam's counsel was largely responsible for the plague at Peor.
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20The rich young ruler loved money more than he loved God.
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21Those who trust in riches may easily enter heaven.
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22"What shall we have therefore?" reveals Peter's covetousness.
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23Right attitudes and trust in God while serving God is the central theme of the parable of the same pay.
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24James pictures the outcome of a covetous person.
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25 Covetous people are selfish and merciless.
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