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Q. Who finally betrayed Samson into the hands of the
Philistines? A. A woman named Delilah. Judges xvi, 6. Q. What did they do with him ? A. They put out his eyes, and bound him with
fetters of brass. Judges xvi, 21.Q. What was he forced to do? A. To grind in the prison-house. Q. To whom did the Philistines offer sacrifice on account of
his capture? A. Unto Dagon their god. Judges xvi, 23. Q. What did they say? A. Our god hath delivered Samson our enemy
into our hand. Judges xvi, 24. Q. When they were merry, what did they command ? A. That Samson should be called for their sport.
Judges xvi, 25. Q. Where did they set him ? A. Between two pillars that supported the
house. Q. To whom did Samson pray? A. To the Lord his God. Judges xvi, 28. Q. For what did he pray? A. For strength that he might be avenged upon
the Philistines for putting out his eyes. Q. Who were in the house? A. It was full of men and women; and all the
lords of the Philistines were there. Judges
xvi, 27. Q. What then took place? A. Samson said, Let me die with the Philis
tines. And he bowed himself with all his might, and the house fell upon the lords and
all the people that were therein. So that the dead which he slew at his death were more than they which he slew in his life. Judges xvi, 30.
Question. What occurred in the days when the judges ruled
in Canaan? Answer. There was a famine in the land. Ruth
Q. What were the names of their wives?
giving them bread. Ruth i, 6. Q. What did she say to her daughters-in-law ? A. She bid them return to their homes, and
remain in their native land. Ruth i, 8. Q. How were they affected when she blessed them upon
departing? A. They lifted up their voice and wept. Ruth
i, 9. Q. Which daughter-in-law remained behind ? A. Orpah. Ruth i, 14. Q. What did Ruth say when urged to remain ? A. Entreat me not to leave thee, for whither
thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God; where thou diest will I die, and there will I be buried : the Lord do so to me, and more also, if aught
but death part thee and me. Ruth i, 16, 17. Q. When they came to Bethlehem, what did Naomi tell her
friends to call her? A. Not Naomi, but Mara. Ruth i, 20. Q. Why? A. Because the Almighty had dealt very bit
terly with her.
Q. What is the meaning of Mara?
mother-in-law ? A. She gleaned after the reapers in barley-har
vest. Ruth ii, 2, 3.
wealth. Ruth ii, 1.
and to eat with them at meal-time. Ruth ü, 8. Q. What did Boaz tell her he had heard ? A. All that she had done unto her mother-in
law since the death of her husband. Ruth
Question. What was the name of Samuel's father?
Lord. 1 Sam. ii, 12.