# Quizzing Red Level Lesson 17

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Red level quizzes for lesson 17 of Exodus

Questions and Answers
• 1.

### What was the table made of?

• A.

Acacia wood

• B.

Gold

• C.

Both answers are correct

Correct Answer
C. Both answers are correct
Explanation
The table was made of both acacia wood and gold. This means that it was a combination of these two materials, possibly with the acacia wood as the main structure and the gold as decorative accents or embellishments.

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• 2.

### How was the table to be carried?

• A.

By poles put through four rings

• B.

By four men holding the corners

• C.

By placing it on a wagon with donkeys to pull it

Correct Answer
A. By poles put through four rings
Explanation
The table was to be carried by poles put through four rings. This suggests that the table had four rings attached to it, and the poles were inserted through these rings to create handles for carrying. This method would distribute the weight of the table evenly and make it easier to transport.

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• 3.

### What was to always be on the table?

• A.

Manna

• B.

Bread of the Presence

• C.

Both answers are correct

Correct Answer
B. Bread of the Presence
Explanation
The correct answer is "Bread of the Presence." In the Old Testament, the Bread of the Presence, also known as the Showbread, was a special offering that was to be placed on a table in the Tabernacle or Temple at all times. It consisted of twelve loaves, representing the twelve tribes of Israel, and was replaced with fresh bread every Sabbath. The Bread of the Presence symbolized the continual presence and provision of God for the people of Israel.

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• 4.

### Where was the lampstand to be placed?

• A.

In the Most Holy Place

• B.

In the Tent of Meeting

• C.

In the courtyard

Correct Answer
B. In the Tent of Meeting
Explanation
The lampstand was to be placed in the Tent of Meeting. The Tent of Meeting was a special area where the priests would meet with God and perform various rituals and ceremonies. The lampstand provided light in this sacred space, symbolizing the presence of God and the illumination of His truth. Placing the lampstand in the Tent of Meeting ensured that the area was properly lit and prepared for the priestly duties that took place there.

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• 5.

### How long were Aaron and his sons to keep the lamps burning before the Lord?

• A.

Explanation
Aaron and his sons were to keep the lamps burning before the Lord from evening until morning.

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• 6.

### What did the Tabernacle curtains have worked into them?

• A.

Cherubim

• B.

Fruits and vegetables

• C.

Lions

Correct Answer
A. Cherubim
Explanation
The Tabernacle curtains had cherubim worked into them. Cherubim are angelic beings often depicted as having multiple faces and wings. In the context of the Tabernacle, the cherubim symbolized the presence and protection of God. The curtains were intricately designed with the image of cherubim to create a sacred and holy atmosphere within the Tabernacle.

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• 7.

### What was the tent covering made of?

• A.

Linen and papyrus

• B.

Goat skins and canvas

• C.

Ram skins and sea cow hides

Correct Answer
C. Ram skins and sea cow hides
Explanation
The tent covering was made of ram skins and sea cow hides. These materials were commonly used in ancient times for constructing tents due to their durability and ability to provide protection from the elements. Ram skins were sturdy and provided insulation, while sea cow hides were waterproof, making them ideal for keeping the interior of the tent dry during rainy weather.

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• 8.

### How were the people to set up the Tabernacle?

• A.

According to the plan shown to moses on the mountain

• B.

According to the plan of the elders

• C.

According to the plan of an Egyptian temple

Correct Answer
A. According to the plan shown to moses on the mountain
Explanation
The people were instructed to set up the Tabernacle according to the plan shown to Moses on the mountain. This means that Moses received specific instructions from God on how the Tabernacle should be constructed and arranged. The plan was not based on the ideas of the elders or influenced by Egyptian temple designs. The people were to follow the divine plan given to Moses in order to ensure that the Tabernacle was set up correctly and in accordance with God's instructions.

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• 9.

### What did the curtain between the Holy Place and the Most Holy Place hang from?

• A.

Clasps

• B.

Windows

• C.

Both answers are correct.

Correct Answer
A. Clasps
Explanation
The curtain between the Holy Place and the Most Holy Place hung from clasps. These clasps would have been used to secure the curtain and keep it in place. It is possible that there were also windows in the area, but the question specifically asks about what the curtain hung from, and the answer is clasps.

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• 10.

### What was in the Most Holy Place?

• A.

The ark

• B.

The atonement cover for the ark.

• C.

Both answers are correct.

Correct Answer
C. Both answers are correct.
Explanation
Both answers are correct because in the Most Holy Place, there was both the ark and the atonement cover for the ark. The ark was a sacred chest that contained the tablets of the Ten Commandments, and the atonement cover was a lid made of pure gold, which symbolized God's presence and forgiveness. Therefore, the Most Holy Place housed both the physical representation of God's covenant with His people (the ark) and the means of atonement and reconciliation (the atonement cover).

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• 11.

### What were the utensils for the altar of burnt offering made of?

• A.

Gold

• B.

Silver

• C.

Bronze

Correct Answer
C. Bronze
Explanation
The utensils for the altar of burnt offering were made of bronze. Bronze was a common material used in ancient times for various purposes, including the construction of utensils and tools. It was known for its durability and resistance to corrosion, making it suitable for use in the altar where sacrifices were made. Gold and silver were considered more precious and were often used for decorative purposes rather than practical ones. Therefore, bronze was the most likely material used for the utensils of the altar of burnt offering.

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• 12.

### What would the courtyard surrounding the Tabernacle be made of?

• A.

Fences of bronze

• B.

Linen curtains

• C.

Skins of goats and sheep

Correct Answer
B. Linen curtains
Explanation
The courtyard surrounding the Tabernacle would be made of linen curtains. This is supported by the fact that in the Bible, Exodus 27:9-18 describes the construction of the courtyard, stating that it should be made of fine linen curtains, supported by pillars and sockets. These curtains would serve as a barrier and enclosure for the Tabernacle, providing a sacred and separate space for worship and rituals.

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• 13.

### Who would serve God as priests?

• A.

Aaron, Nadab, Abihu

• B.

Eleazar, Ithamar

• C.

Both answers are correct

Correct Answer
C. Both answers are correct
Explanation
Both answers are correct because Aaron, Nadab, Abihu, Eleazar, and Ithamar were all chosen by God to serve as priests. Aaron was the first high priest and his sons, Nadab and Abihu, were also priests. After Nadab and Abihu died, Eleazar and Ithamar, Aaron's other sons, became priests. Therefore, all five individuals mentioned in the options were appointed by God to serve as priests.

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• 14.

### What would the priests wear?

• A.

Sacred garments

• B.

Regular clothes

• C.

The Bible does not say.

Correct Answer
A. Sacred garments
Explanation
The correct answer is Sacred garments. The question is asking about what the priests would wear, and the answer states that they would wear sacred garments. This implies that the priests have specific clothing designated for their religious duties. The answer also rules out the possibility of them wearing regular clothes or the Bible not mentioning anything about their attire.

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• 15.

### How did the skilled men know how to make the priests' garments?

• A.

They made the Egyptian priests' clothes in Egypt.

• B.

The Lord gave them wisdom.

• C.

Both answers are correct.

Correct Answer
B. The Lord gave them wisdom.
Explanation
The answer "The Lord gave them wisdom" suggests that the skilled men knew how to make the priests' garments because they were granted divine wisdom or knowledge by a higher power. This explanation implies that their ability to create the garments was not solely based on their own skills or experience, but rather a supernatural intervention that enabled them to possess the necessary knowledge and expertise.

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• 16.

### What items were included in the priests' garments?

• A.

A breastpiece, an epHod, and a robe

• B.

A woven tunic, a turban and a sash

• C.

Both answers are correct

Correct Answer
C. Both answers are correct
Explanation
Both answers are correct because the priests' garments consisted of multiple items. One set of garments included a breastpiece, an ephod, and a robe. Another set of garments included a woven tunic, a turban, and a sash. Therefore, both sets of items were included in the priests' garments.

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• 17.

### What were the priests' garments to be made of?

• A.

Wool and goat hair

• B.

Colored yarn and fine linen

• C.

Cotton and silk

Correct Answer
B. Colored yarn and fine linen
Explanation
The priests' garments were to be made of colored yarn and fine linen. This is stated in the question itself.

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• 18.

### When was Aaron to burn fragrant incense on the altar of incense?

• A.

Every morning and at twilight

• B.

Every morning and at noon

• C.

Every evening at dark

Correct Answer
A. Every morning and at twilight
Explanation
Aaron was instructed to burn fragrant incense on the altar of incense every morning and at twilight. This practice was part of the daily rituals in the tabernacle, symbolizing the continual worship and offering of prayers to God. The burning of incense represented the pleasing aroma of the prayers and devotion of the Israelites. By offering incense in the morning and at twilight, Aaron ensured that the altar was continuously filled with the sweet fragrance, symbolizing the constant presence of God and the ongoing communication between God and His people.

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• 19.

### What was the water in the bronze basin to be used for?

• A.

To wash the animals for sacrifice

• B.

For washing all the altars

• C.

For Aaron and his sons to wash their hands and feet

Correct Answer
C. For Aaron and his sons to wash their hands and feet
Explanation
The water in the bronze basin was used for Aaron and his sons to wash their hands and feet. This was an important ritual in the context of the question, as it symbolized purification and preparation before performing sacred duties.

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