The Sun Stands Still
1. What did Joshua do after the walls of Jericho fell?
2. Who were the people that tricked the Hebrews into a treaty and an oath?
a. The people of Ai
b. The people of Hebron
c. The people of Gibeon
d. The people of Gilgal
3. The five kings who wanted to fight Joshua at Gibeon were from which tribe?
4. Where was Joshua when the men of Gibeon sent word for help to fight the five kings?
5. When did Joshua's army arrive?
a. At dawn
b. In the night
c. At dusk
d. At noontime
6. What did the Lord send from Heaven that hurt more people than the swords of the Hebrews?
7. Joshua asked the Lord to do something in the sight of the children of Israel — what was it?
8. The people of Israel defeated their enemies because the sun did not go down. How many days passed before it set again?
a. Four days
b. Three days
c. Two days
d. One day
9. On that day, the Lord listened to a man and fought for what country?
10. Has the sun ever stood still again?
When hail comes down from the sky, it can be quite small, like the size of peas, or very large — as large as melons! The most common kind of hail is about the size of golf balls. These hailstones or balls of ice weigh in at several pounds and can be very dangerous to someone caught out in a storm.
The Lord asks Gideon to lead Israel in a victory over the Midi anites. — Jdes 6–7:22