Bible Trivia Question

Who were the only two Israelites who left Egypt and were allowed to enter the Promised Land?


Moses and Aaron
Moses and Joshua
Aaron and Miriam
Joshua and Caleb
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Why were the Israelites afraid to enter the promised land?
| The inhabitants were ready for battle | The inhabitants were great and tall | They didn't have faith in Moses' leadership | The land did not seem fertile |

Who was allowed to survey the Promised Land from Mount Nebo?
| Joseph | Moses | Aaron | Joshua |

After sending messages from Kadesh, the king of which land refused the Israelites passage to the Promised Land?
| Bashan | Edom | Sihon | Ammon |

From which mountain was Moses given a view of the Promised Land he not permitted to enter?
| Mt. Hermon | Mt. Nebo | Mt. Hor | Mt. Sinai |

The land promised to the Israelites by God was said to be flowing with milk and what...?
| Cheese | Water | Wine | Honey |

Once the Israelites had entered the Promised Land, what happened in the days after they had celebrated the Passover?
| God stopped providing manna | The Amorites attacked them | Joshua apportioned land to each tribe | The River Jordan began to flow again |

Who promised to give their daughters to Shechemites if they agreed to be circumcised, only to kill them instead three days later while they were still sore?
| Sons of Jacob | Sons of David | The tribe of Judah | The Levites |

What was the only day of the year on which the high priest could enter the Holy of Holies?
| Pentecost | Atonement | Passover | Tabernacles |

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Who led the people of Israel into the promised land?
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