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Q. What was his age ?
Num. xxi, 5.
died. Num. xxi, 6. Q. What did the people now confess ? A. That they had sinned. Num. xxi, 7. Q. What did they desire Moses to do? 'A. To pray unto the Lord for them. Q. What did the Lord direct Moses to make? A. A serpent of brass. Num. xxi, 8, 9. Q. What should he do with it? Ă. Set it upon a pole. Q. For what purpose ? A. So that every one that was bitten, when he
looked upon it, should live. Q. Of whom was this a type ? A. Of Jesus Christ. Q. What did he say when he was upon earth? A. And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the
wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up; that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. John
iii, 14, 15. Q. What became of this brazen serpent? A. It was destroyed by King Hezekiah. 2 Kings
Q. Why did he destroy it?
xxi, 21. Q. What did they request of him ? A. Permission to pass through his land. Num.
xxi, 22. Q. What did he do? A. He came out to fight against Israel. Num.
xxi, 23. Q. What was the result of the battle ? Å. Israel smote him with the edge of the sword.
Num. xxi, 24.
Last Acts and Death of Moses.
NUMBERS XXXII, DEUTERONOMY.
Question. On which side of the Jordan did Reuben, Gad, and
the half tribe of Manasseh, desire to remain ?
cities, and to go over armed before their brethren into Canaan. Num. xxxii, 17.
MOSES ON MOUNT NEBO.
Q. How long would they assist their brethren?
heritance. Num. xxxii, 18.
land of Moab?
judicial laws, together with admonitions, pro
mises, and warnings. Q. Whom did Moses appoint as his successor? A. Joshua. Deut. xxxi, 3.
Q. What did he say to him?
shalt bring the children of Israel into the land which the Lord hath sworn unto their fathers
to give them. Deut. xxxi, 7. Q. After he had made an end of commanding them, what
did he do? A. He wrote the words in a book. Deut.
xxxi, 24. Q. What directions did he give concerning the book ? A. He commanded the Levites to put it in the
side of the ark of the covenant. Deut.
xxxi, 26. Q. When he had finished his instructions, whidher did
he go? A. Ùnto the mountains of Nebo, to the top of
Pisgah. Deut. xxxiv, 1.
promise. Q. What then took place? A. Moses, the servant of the Lord, died. Deut.
xxxiv, 5. Q. What is said of his sepulchre ? A. No man knoweth of his sepulchre unto this
day. Deut. xxxiv, 6. Q. How old was he when he died ? Ă. One hundred and twenty years old. Deut.
xxxiv, 7. Q. What is said of his strength at this time? A. His eye was not dim, nor his natural force
abated. Q. How long did the people weep for him? A. Thirty days. Deut. xxxiv, 8.
Q. What is said of Moses?
like unto Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face. Deut. xxxiv, 10.
Question. What command did Joshua circulate through the
hosts of Israel ? Answer. That they should prepare victuals, for
in three days they were to pass over Jordan.
Joshua i, 11. Q. Whom did he send to Jericho? A. Two spies, to examine the land. Joshua
ü, 1. Q. With whom did they lodge ? A. With Rahab. Q. What kindness did she show them? A. She hid them when the king of Jericho
sought to slay them. Joshua ii, 4. Q. What promise did the spies make her? A. That herself and father's house should be
spared when the city was destroyed. Joshua
ü, 18, 19. Q. What command did Joshua give the people when they
encamped upon the banks of the Jordan? A. When ye see the ark of the covenant re
move, go after it. Joshua iii, 3.