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Based on his actions in "The Long Journey Through the Wilderness," what is the best description of Moses? A. He is overly proud. B. He gets discouraged easily. C. He has great perseverance. D. He is extremely cautious. @baccon
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yay im here but im trying to think I read this story today but im trying to fit two and two togerther
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yes it is C.
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Based on the reading "The Long Journey Through the Wilderness," which statement is true about Moses? A. He grows frustrated with the Lord. B. He abandons the ungrateful Israelites. C. He sees the Promised Land. D. He makes manna for the Israelites to eat.
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C. in the end of the story right before he dies he sees the promised land
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In "The Long Journey Through the Wilderness," how does the Lord describe the Promised Land to Moses? A. as a land of "dreams and fantasies" B. as a land of "milk and honey" C. as a land of "meat and bread" D. as a land of "faith and riches" @baconbaby1334
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B. He describes it as The land of milk and honey
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6 out of ten
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In "The Parable of the Good Samaritan," what happens to the man who is traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho? A. He attacks a Samaritan who has done nothing wrong. B. He hears a story about helping others from a Samaritan. C. He is robbed and beaten. D. He helps a Samaritan who is hurt.
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C. He was robbed and left for dead
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At the start of "The Fiery Furnace," why are Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in Babylon? A. They are attending a feast to celebrate the king's wedding. B. They have been brought there from Jerusalem as captives. C. They are trying to escape their lives as slaves in Jerusalem. D. They are visiting their friend, the king.
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b When they where little they where taken from there homes to babylon
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8. Based on "The Parable of the Good Samaritan," which best answers the question posed by the man who asks Jesus, "Who is my neighbor?" A. all human beings B. priests and Levites C. travelers D. Samaritans
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A all human being is thy neighbor
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In "The Parable of the Good Samaritan," how is the Samaritan different from the priest and the Levite? A. The Samaritan has been taught how to behave by Jesus. B. The Samaritan is not traveling on the road from Jerusalem to Jericho. C. The Samaritan is willing to go out of his way to care for another person. D. The Samaritan does not know that the man he helps has been attacked and robbed.
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C
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