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Questions about the Book of Leviticus

Leviticus is the third book of the bible. The word Leviticus comes from Levite and from Levi, one of the twelve sons of Jacob and father of the priestly tribe of that name. This tribe had charge of the worship and of the teaching of the law. The book of Leviticus can be divided into seven parts: 1) The offerings, 2) the Consecration of Aaron and his sons, 3) the laws of cleanliness and holiness, 4) the day of Atonement, 5) the laws regulating the personal relationships of the redeemed people, 6) the laws regulating the priesthood and the seven great feasts of the Hebrew Calendar, 7) the additional laws, promises, and the warnings. The author of this book is Moses. Listed below are questions on the book of Leviticus. These questions can be used for Sunday school or bible study to help all young converts study the scriptures and may God bless you always.

Leviticus Chapter 1-17

Burnt offerings 1:1-17 and 6:8-13

1) Giver the three types of sacrifices that were used for burnt offerings, and the qualifications of each. (Leviticus 1:3), (Leviticus 1:10-14)

2) Where was the burnt offering offered? (Leviticus 1:3-11)

3) What were the responsibilities of the one making the offering? (Leviticus 1:4-11), (Leviticus 1:13-17)

4) What was done with the blood? (Leviticus 1:5), (Leviticus 1:11-15)

5) What were the duties or responsibilities of the priest? (Leviticus 1:5-11), (Leviticus 1:13-17)

6) How, long was the burnt offering to stay on the altar? (Leviticus 6:9)

7) What was to continue? (Leviticus 6:9-13)

8) What was the priest to wear to remove the ashes of the burnt offering? (Leviticus 6:10)

9) What was he to do after placing the ashes by the side of the altar? (Leviticus 6:11)

10) Where was he to take the ashes? (Leviticus 6:11)

11) What was the priest to add to the fire each morning? (Leviticus 6:12)

12) What was burned with the burnt offering? (Leviticus 6:12)

GRAIN OFFERINGS Chapter 2:1-16 6:14-23

1) What kind of things could be offered as a grain offering? (Leviticus 2:1-4), (Leviticus 2:7-14)

2) How much and what part of the grain offering was burned? (Leviticus 2:2-9), (Leviticus 2:6:15)

3) What happened to the rest of the grain offering? (Leviticus 2:3-10), (Leviticus 6:16)

4) What was the grain offering not to contain? (Leviticus 2:4-15)

5) What was to be included with the grain offering? (Leviticus 2:13)

6) Where was the grain offering to be eaten? (Leviticus 6:16)

7) The grain offering is holy like what other offerings? (Leviticus 6:17)

8) Who could eat the priests’ portion? (Leviticus 6:18)

9) What happened to whatever touched this? (Leviticus 6:18)

10) What was the grain offering of Aaron and his sons? (Leviticus 6:20-21)

11) How was it prepared? (Leviticus 6:21)

12) Who was to prepare this offering? (Leviticus 6:22)

13)How did this differ from the other grain offerings? (Leviticus 6:22-23)

FELLOWSHIP OFFERING Chapter 3:1-17 7:11-21

1) What kinds of animals could be used for this offering? (Leviticus 3:1-12)

2) What were the qualifications for these animals? (Leviticus 3:1-6)

3) What were the responsibilities of the one making the offering? (Leviticus 3:1-7), (Leviticus 3:10 -15)

4) What happened to the blood? (Leviticus 3:2-13)

5) What did the priest do? (Leviticus 3:2-5), (Leviticus 3:8-16)

6) What portions of the animal were burned? (Leviticus 3:3-4), (Leviticus 9-15)

7) What was a lasting ordinance for generations to come? (Leviticus 3:17)

8) If the fellowship offering was offered as an expression of thankful­ness, what was to be offered with it? (Leviticus 7:12-13)

9) To whom does this belong? (Leviticus 7:14)

11) How soon must it be eaten? (Leviticus 7:15)

12) What if the offering is a result of a vow or freewill offering? (Leviticus 7:16)

13) What was to happen to meat left from fellowship offerings until the 3rd. day? (Leviticus 7:17)

14) What happened if it was eaten on the 3rd. day? (Leviticus 7:18)

15) What was to be done to meat that touched something ceremonially unclean? (Leviticus 7:19)

16) Who could eat the other meat? (Leviticus 7:19)

17) What happened to anyone who ate who was ceremonially unclean? (Leviticus 7:20)

SIN OFFERING Chapters 4:1-5:13 6:24-30

1) What kinds of groups of people might need to offer a sin offering? (Leviticus 4:3), (Leviticus 4:13-27), (Leviticus 5:1)

2) What sacrifice was to be brought for each? (Leviticus 4:3-14), (Leviticus 4:23-32), (Leviticus 5:6-11)

3) What did the priest do with the blood of the bull offered for a priest’s sin or for the whole Israelite community? (Leviticus 4:6-7), (Leviticus 4:17-18)

4) What was to be done with the blood of the sacrifice for a leader, mem­ber of the community? (Leviticus 4:25-34)

5) What was done with the blood if the offering was two doves or two pigeons? (Leviticus 4:9)

6) What part of the bull was burned on the altar? (Leviticus 4:8-19)

7) What was burned outside the camp? (Leviticus 4:11-21)

8) Where was it built outside the camp? What kind of fire? (Leviticus 4:12)

9) The sin offering was to be made by a member of the congregation when his sin was made to him. (Leviticus 4:28)

10) Give four sins for which the sin offering should be made. (Leviticus 5:1-4)

11) When was a person allowed to substitute a lesser offering than specified? (Leviticus 5:7-11)

12) Who was to eat the sin offering? (Leviticus 6:26)

13) What happened if the blood of the sin offering splattered on a garment? (Leviticus 6:27)

14) What were the regulations concerning the pots in which the meat was cooked? (Leviticus 6:28)

15) The meat of what sin offerings could not be eaten? (Leviticus 6:30)

GUILT OFFERING Chapters 5:14-6:7 7:1-10

1) What was the guilt offering for? (Leviticus 5:15-17) , (Leviticus 6:2)

2) What was the offering for guilt? (Leviticus 5:15-18)

3) Besides the guilt offering what was a man to do who had deceived his neighbor? (Leviticus 6:4-5)

4) Where was the blood of the guilt offering put? (Leviticus 7:2)

5) What part of the offering was burned? (Leviticus 7:3)

6) Who could eat the meat of the guilt offering? (Leviticus 7:6)

7) What could the priest who offered a burnt offering keep? (Leviticus 7:7-8)

8) Which grain offering belonged to the priest who offered it? (Leviticus 7:9)

9) Which belonged equally to all the sons of Aaron? (Leviticus 7:10)

Leviticus Chapter 7:22-12

1) What could the Israelites not eat according to (Leviticus 7:23-26)?  (Leviticus 7:23-26)

2) What was this fat set aside to be used for? (Leviticus 7:25)

3) What would happen if you did eat fat or blood? (Leviticus 7:25-27)

4) What part of the fellowship offering became the wave offering? (Leviticus 7:30)

5) What parts of offerings made by fire did the priest receive? (Leviticus 7:31-32)

6) Who was to- receive the right thigh? (Leviticus 7:33)

7) On what day was it decided what part belonged to the priests? How long? (Leviticus 7:36)

Leviticus Chapter 8

1) In preparation for the ordination of the priests what did Moses gather together at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting? (Leviticus 8:2-3)

2) Give the order in which Moses dressed Aaron. (Leviticus 8:6-8)

3) Moses anointed the tabernacle and everything in it. How many times did he sprinkle the altar and utensils? (Leviticus 8:11)

4) What clothing did Moses put on Aaron’s sons? (Leviticus 8:13)

5) Whose hands were put on the bull for the sin offering? (Leviticus 8:14)

6) What part of the sin offering was burned outside the camp? (Leviticus 8:17)

7) What did Moses put in Aaron and his sons hands to wave before the Lord? (Leviticus 8:26)

8) Who received the breast that was waved from the ordination of the priests? (Leviticus 8:29)

9) How long were Aaron and his sons to stay at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting? (Leviticus 8:33)

Leviticus Chapter 9

1) On the 8th day what did the priests offer? (Leviticus 9:2)

2) What were the Israelites to offer on the 8th day? (Leviticus 9:3-4)

3) After the offerings where did Moses and Aaron go? (Leviticus 9:23)

4) What happened when they came out? (Leviticus 9:23-24)

5) What did the people do when they saw it? (Leviticus 9:24)

Leviticus Chapter 10

1) Who were Nadab and Abihu? (Leviticus 10:1)

2) What did they offer before the Lord? (Leviticus 10:1)

3) How did they die? (Leviticus 10:2)

4) What was Aaron’s reaction? (Leviticus 10:3)

5) Who were Mishael and Elzaphan? (Leviticus 10:4)

6) What were they summoned to do? (Leviticus 10:4)

7) What were the names of Aaron’s remaining sons? (Leviticus 10:6)

8) What was Moses’ advice to Aaron and his sons? (Leviticus 10:6-7)

9) If they did not follow Moses’ advice what would happen? (Leviticus 10:6)

10) Who could mourn Aaron’s sons? (Leviticus 10:7)

11) What could Aaron and his sons not drink lest they die and when? (Leviticus 10:8)

12) What were the priests to distinguish and teach? (Leviticus 10:10-11)

13) Who did Moses say was to eat the breast that was waved? Where? (Leviticus 10:14)

14) Why did Moses become angry with Eleazar and Ithamar? (Leviticus 10:16-17)

15) The goat could have been eaten in the sanctuary area since. (Leviticus 10:18)

16) What satisfied Moses? (Leviticus 10:19)

Leviticus Chapter 11

1) What animals and creatures could the Israelites eat? (Leviticus 11:3-9), (Leviticus 11:21-22)

2) Name some of the animals that didn’t qualify and tell why. (Leviticus 11:4-7)

3) Not only could they not eat of them they also must not what? (Leviticus 11:8-11)

4) What birds could they not eat? (Leviticus 11:13-14)

5) What could they not eat of the insects? (Leviticus 11:20)

6) Of the animals that walk on all fours, which were unclean? (Leviticus 11:27)

7) What was a person to do that picked up the carcass of an unclean animal? (Leviticus 11:25-28)

8) What animals that move on the ground are unclean? (Leviticus 11:29)

9) If an animal that moves about on the ground dies and falls on something that thing became unclean if it is of what material? What was to be done to it? (Leviticus 11:32)

10) What if the article is made of clay? (Leviticus 11:33)

11) The water in the pot or on the food was unclean, what water did not become unclean? (Leviticus 11:36)

12) What about seeds? (Leviticus 11:37)

13) What about touching carcass of clean animal that dies? (Leviticus 11:39)

14) What were the regulations concerning creatures that move about on the ground? (Leviticus 11:41-44)

15) What did the Lord want the Israelites to be? (Leviticus 11:45)

16) What were the Israelites to distinguish between? (Leviticus 11:47)

Leviticus Chapter 12

1) How long was a woman ceremonially unclean after the birth of a son or a daughter? (Leviticus 12:2-5)

2) Besides childbirth, at what other time was a woman ceremonially unclean? (Leviticus 12:2)

3) What was to be done to the male child and when? (Leviticus 12:3)

4) How long did the woman have to wait to be purified after the birth of a son and also the daughter? (Leviticus 12:4-5)

5) What was she forbidden to do until her purification? (Leviticus 12:4)

6) What offering was a woman to bring for her purification? (Leviticus 12:6-8)

7) What would this offering do for her? (Leviticus 12:7-8)

Skin DISEASES Leviticus Chapters (13:1-46) and (14:1-32)

1) What kind of skin disorder required one to come to the priest? (Leviticus 13:2)

2) What determined if it was an infectious skin disease? (Leviticus 13:3)

3) If it was infectious what was he pronounced? (Leviticus 13:3)

4) If the spot does not meet the infectious qualifications what happens to the person? (Leviticus 13:4)

5) If it has not spread in 7 days, what does the priest do? (Leviticus 13:5)

6) When could he be pronounced clean? (Leviticus 13:6)

7) What was the man to do? (Leviticus 13:6)

8) What if the rash reappears? (Leviticus 13:7)

9) Describe a chronic skin disease. (Leviticus 13:10)

10) Was he to be put in isolation and why? (Leviticus 13:11)

11)If it covers the person from head to foot covering his whole body he would be pronounced what? (Leviticus 13:13)

12) What might appear where a boil had been? (Leviticus 13:19)

13) How long would the man be kept in isolation to determine if the sore was a disease or a scar? (Leviticus 13:21)

14) Where else might a reddish white or white spot appear? (Leviticus 13:24)

15) Describe an infectious disease of the head or chin. (Leviticus 13:30)

16) On the 7th day of isolation what was done to the head or chin? (Leviticus 13:33)

17) How did a harmless rash appear? (Leviticus 13:39)

18) Does the loss of hair on the head make one unclean? What? (Leviticus 13:40)

19) When was he unclean? (Leviticus 13:42)

20) What was the infected man to wear? (Leviticus 13:45)

21) What was his hair to be? (Leviticus 13:45)

22) What was he to cover and do? (Leviticus 13:45)

23) Where was he to live? (Leviticus 13:46)

Leviticus Chapter 14

1) Where is the man to be examined to see if he is clean and by whom? (Leviticus 14:3)

2) If the person is healed what was he to bring? (Leviticus 14:4)

3) Where was one of the birds killed? (Leviticus 14:5)

4) What was to be dipped in the blood? (Leviticus 14:6)

5) What was done to the one to be cleansed and to the live bird? (Leviticus 14:7)

6) What was the one to be cleansed required doing? (Leviticus 14:8)

7) Now he could come into the camp, but where must he stay and how long? (Leviticus 14:8)

8) What must he do on the 7th day to finish his cleansing? (Leviticus 14:9)

9) What offering was he to bring on the 8th day? (Leviticus 14:10-11)

10) What was one lamb offered for? (Leviticus 14:12)

11) What was this offering plus the long of oil? (Leviticus 14:12)

12) Where was some of the blood put? (Leviticus 14:14)

13) What did the priest do with the oil? (Leviticus 14:15-18)

14) What were the other animals used for? (Leviticus 14:19)

15) What could the poor man bring? What was each used for? (Leviticus 14:21-22)

MILDEW Leviticus Chapters (13:47-59) and (14:33-57)

1) In what type materials might mildew be found? (Leviticus 13:47-48)

2) Describe a spreading mildew. (Leviticus 13:49)

3) What would the priest do with the garment? (Leviticus 13:50)

4) How was it determined if it was a destructive mildew? (Leviticus 13:50)

5) What was to be done with the garment declared unclean because of a destructive mildew? (Leviticus 13:52)

6) What was to be done if the mildew had not spread after 7 days? (Leviticus 13:54)

7) If washing did not change the appearance of the mildew what was to be done? (Leviticus 13:55)

8) If the mildew had faded in washing what was to be done? (Leviticus 13:56)

9) What was to be done if it reappeared? (Leviticus 13:57)

10) What did the second washing do for the article? (Leviticus 13:58)

11) Where besides articles of cloth and leather might mildew appear? (Leviticus 14:34)

12) Who was the house owner to tell about the mildew? (Leviticus 14:35)

13) What would the priest order to be done before going into the house to examine it? (Leviticus 14:36)

14) Whys was the house emptied? (Leviticus 14:36)

15) What would the mildew look like? (Leviticus 14:37)

16) What would the priest do to the house? (Leviticus 14:38)

17) If after 7 days the mildew had spread what was to be done? (Leviticus 14:40-42)

18) If after the re—modeling is done the mildew spreads, what is to be done? (Leviticus 14:45)

19) What happened if anyone entered or ate or slept in the house while it was closed up? (Leviticus 14:46)

20) When was a house, pronounced clean? (Leviticus 14:48)

21) What things were used for the purification of the house? (Leviticus 14:49)

22) Compare the purification of the house with the purification of an unclean person. (Leviticus 14:40-53), (Leviticus 13:5-7)

Leviticus Chapter 15

1) What types of bodily discharges were unclean? (Leviticus 15:2-3)

2) What and who can the man with a discharge make unclean? (Leviticus 15:4-12)

3) How long would they be unclean? (Leviticus 15:10)

4) What was a person to do that had come into contact with the man or any articles he had touched laid or sat upon? (Leviticus 15:11)

5) After a man is cleansed of his discharge, how long must he wait for ceremonial cleansing? (Leviticus 15:13)

6) What is he to bring to the priest for his cleansing? (Leviticus 15:14)

7) What offerings were made for him? (Leviticus 15:15)

8) An emission of semen makes a man unclean until He must ______________ his whole body. (Leviticus 15:16)

9) What besides a man’s body is made unclean by an emission of semen? (Leviticus 15:17)

10) If a man and woman lie together and there is an emission of semen what must be done? (Leviticus 15:18)

11) How long does the impurity of a woman last during her monthly period? (Leviticus 15:19)

12) What and who can she make unclean during this time? (Leviticus 15:19-23)

13) How long are these things or people unclean? (Leviticus 15:19-23)

14) How can she make a man unclean for 7 days? (Leviticus 15:24)

15) If the woman has a flow of blood longer than 7 days, how long is she unclean? (Leviticus 15:25)

16) How long must a woman wait after her cleansing to be ceremonially clean? (Leviticus 15:28)

17) Compare her offering for cleansing with that of a man. (Leviticus 15:14-15,  (Leviticus 15:29-30)

18) Why were the Israelites to be separated from things that made them, unclean? (Leviticus 15:31)

Leviticus Chapter 16

1) What warning was Moses to give Aaron about entering the Most Holy Place? (Leviticus 16:2)

2) What was Aaron to use for his sin offering and burnt offering before entering the sanctuary? (Leviticus 16:3)

3) What was he to use as a sacrifice from the Israelite community? (Leviticus 16:5)

4) What were the uses for the 2 goats? (Leviticus 16:8-10)

5) What was Aaron to take behind the curtain? (Leviticus 16:12)

6) What were these used for? (Leviticus 16:13)

7) What was to be sprinkled? Where? How many times? (Leviticus 16:14-15)

8) What did this process do? (Leviticus 16:16)

9) Who could be in the Tent of Meeting during this time? (Leviticus 16:17)

10) For what was Aaron to make atonement? (Leviticus 16:20)

11) What was done with the live goat? (Leviticus 16:21)

12) How did the goat get to the desert? (Leviticus 16:22)

13) What was Aaron to do with his linen garments? (Leviticus 16:23)

14) What was he to do in his regular garments? (Leviticus 16:24)

15) The man who released the goat was required to do what before returning to the camp? (Leviticus 16:26)

16) What was to be burned outside the camp? (Leviticus 16:27)

17) On what day was the atonement made? (Leviticus 16:29-30)

18) Who is to make atonement? (Leviticus 16:32)

19) How often was atonement made? (Leviticus 16:34)

Leviticus Chapter 17

1) If a sacrifice was made in or out of the camp instead of at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting, the one making it was guilty of what? (Leviticus 17:3-4)

2) Why was this rule made? (Leviticus 17:5)

3) To what idols had they been offering? (Leviticus 17:7)

4) To whom did this rule apply? (Leviticus 17:8)

5) What was the penalty for disobedience? (Leviticus 17:10)

6) What part of the creatures is in the blood? (Leviticus 17:11)

7) What was neither Israelite nor alien among them to eat? (Leviticus 17:12)

8) If they were hunting clean animals what were they to do with the blood? (Leviticus 17:13)

9) If anyone ate anything found dead or torn by wild animals, what was he to do? (Leviticus 17:15)

10) What if he failed to do this? (Leviticus 17:16)

Leviticus Chapter 18

1) The Israelites were not to do as what people in what two nations? (Leviticus 18:3)

2) What were they to do instead? (Leviticus 18:4)

3) If you obeyed the Lord’s laws and decrees you did what? (Leviticus 18:5)

4) Make a list of the ones with whom the Israelite was forbidden to have sexual relations and why? (Leviticus 18:7-19)

5) During the listing of who not to have sexual relations with, what is said about the children? (Leviticus 18:21)

6) What was the punishment? (Leviticus 20:2)

7) Who had defiled themselves? (Leviticus 18:24)

8) What did the land do to its inhabitants? (Leviticus 18:25-28)

9) These laws applied to whom? (Leviticus 18:26)

Leviticus Chapter 19

1) Make a list of the various laws. (Leviticus 19:3-35)

2) If a man sleeps with a slave girl not yet ransomed or free but promised to another, what was the penalty? (Leviticus 19:20)

3) What is the man to bring the priest and for what? (Leviticus 19:21)

4) When they planted a fruit tree what were they to do for 3 years? (Leviticus 19:23)

5) What was the fruit of the tree in the 4th year? (Leviticus 19:24)

6) What could be done the 5th year? (Leviticus 19:25)

7) What did this process produce? (Leviticus 19:25)

Leviticus Chapter 20

1) What happened to the people who gave their children to Molech? (Leviticus 20:1-2)

2) Why were the consequences so severe to those who gave their children to Molech? (Leviticus 20:3)

3) When people closed their eyes to what was happening to children, what were the results? (Leviticus 20:4-5)

4) What did God think of people who listened to spiritists and mediums in verse six? (Leviticus 20:6)

5) Why was Israel told to be Holy in these two verses? (Leviticus 20:7-8)

6) What were the consequences of cursing a mother or a father in verse nine? (Leviticus 20:9)

7) What were the consequences of having an unlawful sexual relations in these verses? (Leviticus 20:10-13)

8) Why did God forbid a man to marry both a woman and her mother in verse fourteen? (Leviticus 20:14)

9) What were the laws concerning sexual contact with animals in these two verses? (Leviticus 20:15-16)

10) How could a man dishonor his sister, according to verse seventeen? (Leviticus 20:17)

11) What kind of restrictions did God place on a man’s sexual relations with a woman during her period? (Leviticus 20:18)

12) What did God promise Israel for abiding by His laws, according to these two verses? (Leviticus 20:22-24)

13) Why did the God set the nation of Israel apart from the other nations, according to verse twenty-six? (Leviticus 20:26)

14) How were the mediums and spiritists put to death in verse twenty-seven? (Leviticus 20:27)

Leviticus Chapter 21

1) For whom could a priest make him self ceremonially unclean? ( Leviticus 21:2-3)

2) For whom could he not make him self unclean? (Leviticus 21:4)

3) What were priests not to do concerning, their head and body? (Leviticus 21:5)

4) Why was this so? (Leviticus 21:6)

5) What are the offerings called here? (Leviticus 21:6-8)

6) Who could the priests not marry? (Leviticus 21:7)

7) If a daughter of a priest became a prostitute what did this do? What was to be done with here? (Leviticus 21:9)

8) Describe who was the high priest. (Leviticus 21:10)

9) What were the special rules applying to the high priest? (Leviticus 21:10-15)

10) Can you describe a defect in these verses? (Leviticus 21:18-20)

11) What did a defect keep the man from doing? (Leviticus 21:17-21)

12) What could the man with a defect do? (Leviticus 21:22)

Leviticus Chapter 22

1) How could a priest desecrate an offering? (Leviticus 22:3)

2) What “afflictions” could keep the priest from being able to eat the sacred offerings? (Leviticus 22:4-8)

3) How long did this restriction last? (Leviticus 22:7)

4) Who could not eat the sacred offerings? (Leviticus 22:10-13)

5) Who besides the priest’s family could eat the sacred offerings? (Leviticus 22:11-13)

6) What could be done if a sacred offering was eaten by mistake? (Leviticus 22:14)

7) What kind of defects would make an offering unacceptable to the Lord? (Leviticus 22:22-24)

8) What kind of cow or sheep could be offered for a freewill offering but not in fulfillment of a vow? (Leviticus 22:23)

9) From whom could they not accept such animals for a sacrifice? (Leviticus 22:24-25)

10) How long was a newborn sheep or goat to remain with its mother? (Leviticus 22:27)

11) What could be done with it after this period of time? (Leviticus 22:27)

12) What could not be done with a cow or sheep and its young on the same day? (Leviticus 22:28)

13) What offering was to be eaten the same day? (Leviticus 22:30)

14) What must God be, according to this verse? (Leviticus 22:32)

Leviticus Chapter 23

1) The appointed feasts of the Lord were to be proclaimed as what? (Leviticus 23:2)

2) What was the first sacred assembly day? (Leviticus 23:3)

3) When was it observed in verse three? (Leviticus 23:3)

4) When was the Passover observed? (Leviticus 23:5)

5) When did the feast of unleavened bread begin and how long did it last? (Leviticus 23:6)

6) What 3 things besides assembling were they to do at this time? (Leviticus 23:6-7)

7) When the Israelites harvested what was to be brought to the priest? (Leviticus 23:10)

8) What did the priest do with it? (Leviticus 23:11)

9) What offerings ere brought during first fruits? (Leviticus 23:12-13)

10) What could not be done until the first fruits ere brought to the Lord? (Leviticus 23:14)

11) When did the Feast of Weeks come? (Leviticus 23:15-16)

12) What was to be offered during the Feast of Weeks? (Leviticus 23:16-20)

13) What regulations did the Lord give concerning the harvesting of their fields? (Leviticus 23:22)

14) When was the feast of trumpets? (Leviticus 23:24)

15) What was done on this day? (Leviticus 23:24-25)

16) What happened on the 10th day of the 7th month? (Leviticus 23:27)

17) Besides the usual do no work, hold an assembly; make offerings, what else was stressed for the Day of Atonement? (Leviticus 23:27-29)

18) Who would be cut off and who would be destroyed? (Leviticus 23:28-29)

19) When did the Feast of Tabernacles begin? How long did it last? (Leviticus 23:34)

20) When were assemblies held during the Feast of Tabernacles? (Leviticus 23:25-36)

21) These offerings were in addition to what? (Leviticus 23:38)

22) What was done on the first day of the feast of tabernacles that lasted seven days? (Leviticus 23:39)

23) Where were the native-born Israelites to live during the Feast of Tabernacles? (Leviticus 23:42-43)

Leviticus Chapter 24

1) What was used in the lamps for light? (Leviticus 24:2)

2) Where were the lamps? (Leviticus 24:3)

3) When were the lamps tended and by whom? (Leviticus 24:3)

4) On what were the lamps? (Leviticus 24:4)

5) How many loaves of bread were to be baked and of what? (Leviticus 24:5)

6) Where was the bread put? (Leviticus 24:6)

7) What was put along each row of bread? (Leviticus 24:7)

8) How often was the bread put out and for how long? (Leviticus 24:8)

9) Who ate the bread in verse nine? (Leviticus 24:9)

10) Who were the parents of this blasphemer? (Leviticus 24:10-11)

11) With whom did the “half-breed” get into a fight? (Leviticus 24:10)

12) Why was the Israelite/Egyptian brought to Moses? (Leviticus 24:11)

13) What tribe was this man of? (Leviticus 24:11)

14) In what manner was he executed? (Leviticus 24:11)

15) Who did this law pertain to? Who carried-it out? (Leviticus 24:16)

16) For what other reason is the death penalty given? (Leviticus 24:17)

17) If death wasn’t the penalty what restitution was made? (Leviticus 24:18-20)

Leviticus Chapter 25

1) What was the land to observe? (Leviticus 25:2)

2) When was the land’s Sabbath? (Leviticus 25:3)

3) What could be done for six years, not done the 7th? (Leviticus 25:3-5)

4) What would the people have to eat? (Leviticus 25:6)

5) To whom did this apply? (Leviticus 25:6)

6) How was the year of Jubilee determined? (Leviticus 25:8-10)

7) What heralded the year of Jubilee on what day? (Leviticus 25:9)

8) What was done concerning this year? (Leviticus 25:10)

9) Where was everyone to go? (Leviticus 25:10)

10) What could the people not do during this year? (Leviticus 25:11)

11) How did this law affect the selling and buying of property? (Leviticus 25:14)

12) What was a man really buying or selling? (Leviticus 25:15-16)

13) How could the people go from the 6th year (48th) through a Sabbatical year 7th (49th) and then through a year of Jubilee (50th) without producing food? (Leviticus 25:20-22)

14) How long would the food last? (Leviticus 25:22)

15) Why couldn’t the land be sold permanently? (Leviticus 25:23)

16) What must be provided for throughout the land? (Leviticus 25:24-62)

17) How could a piece of property be redeemed? (Leviticus 25:25-28)

18) How long did a man have to redeem a house in a walled city? (Leviticus 25:29)

19) How long did a man have to redeem a house in a walled city? (Leviticus 25:29)

20) What happened if the house was not redeemed in a year? (Leviticus 25:30)

21) How did houses in villages without walls differ? (Leviticus 25:31)

22) What could the Levites sell and redeem? What could not be sold and why? (Leviticus 25:32-34)

23) What was to be done for the poor Israelite? (Leviticus 25:36-38)

24) If an Israelite became poor and sold himself, how was he to be treat­ed and not treated? (Leviticus 25:39-40)

25) How long must he work? (Leviticus 25:40)

26) Why were Israelites not to be sold as slaves? (Leviticus 25:42)

27) Who could be slaves for the Israelites? (Leviticus 25:44)

28) What could be done with these slaves? (Leviticus 25:46)

29) If a poor Israelite sold himself to an alien or temporary resident what did he retain? (Leviticus 25:47-48)

30) Who could redeem him? (Leviticus 25:48-49)

31) How was the price of his redemption figured? (Leviticus 25:50)

32) He was treated as what? (Leviticus 25:53)

Leviticus Chapter 26

1) What other things and ways could they not worship? (Leviticus 26:1)

2) What would the Lord provide if the Israelites followed his decrees and obeyed his commands? (Leviticus 26:4-13)

3) If they were disobedient what would the Lord do? (Leviticus 26:14-33)

4) How many times would the Lord punish for sins, multiply their afflictions, afflict for sin, punish for sins? (Leviticus 26:18-21), (Leviticus 26:24-28)

5) What would the land have while the people were in captivity? (Leviticus 26:35)

6) How frightened would those remaining be? (Leviticus 26:36-37)

7) Where would they waste away and perish? (Leviticus 26:38-39)

8) When would the Lord remember the covenant he made with Jacob, Isaac, and Abraham? (Leviticus 26:40-42)

9) What would the Lord not do, that would break his covenant? (Leviticus 26:44)

10) Where were these laws established and between who? (Leviticus 26:46)

Leviticus Chapter 27

1) An Israelite could make a vow to dedicate a person’s by what. (Leviticus 27:2)

2) What was the value of: (Leviticus 27:3-7)

a. Male 20-60 yrs

b. Female 20-60 yrs.

c. Male 5-20 yrs.

d. Female 5-20 yrs.

e. Male 1 mo. – 5 yrs.

f. Female 1 mo – 5 yrs.

g. Male 60 or more

h. Female 60 or more

3) An animal vowed to the Lord becomes _________? (Leviticus 27:9)

4) What could not be done with this animal? (Leviticus 27:10)

5) If this was done what happened? (Leviticus 27:10)

6) What could be done if the animal was unclean? (Leviticus 27:11-13)

7) How could a man redeem a house he had dedicated to the Lord? (Leviticus 27:15)

8) How was the value of land determined? (Leviticus 27:16)

9) If it was dedicated after Jubilee? (Leviticus 27:18)

10) How could the field be redeemed before Jubilee? (Leviticus 27:19)

11) If the field is not redeemed, what happens to it? (Leviticus 27:20-21)

12) If the field dedicated has been bought from another, what happened at Jubilee? (Leviticus 27:22-24)

13) How was value set? (Leviticus 27:25)

14) Why could the firstborn not be dedicated? (Leviticus 27:26)

15) What could not be done with anything devoted to the Lord? (Leviticus 27:28)

16) Who could not be ransomed? What done? (Leviticus 27:29)

17) Of what must a tithe be given? (Leviticus 27:30-32)

18) How could a tithe be redeemed? (Leviticus 27:31)

19) What could the shepherd not do in determining the 10th animal? (Leviticus 27:33)

Note: I pray that these questions have helped your study and understanding of Gods’ word in the Bible. Please feel free to pass them on to other people if they have helped you.

Your, Brother in Christ

Frank Rose