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Sadlier We Believe Grade 6 Chapter 9
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Led the Israelites to Canaan after Moses died.
A prophet who predicted the greatness of Israel in the centuries to come.
The Israelites were led to this land by Joshua so God's promise would be fulfilled.
A god that shouldn't be worshipped (People celebrating around the calf; the false god is the calf).
The laws that Moses was given by God on Mount Sinai. They are held in the ark of the covenant and can be found in the book of Exodus
A sweet bread-like food that God provided for the Israelites in the desert.
Book of Numbers
Tells the story of God's changing and the Israelites' journey to the promised land (fourth book of the Bible).
The place where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God, a mountain peak in the rocky southern part of the Sinai Peninsula.
The place in which people worshipped and the Israelites built God this.
Ark of the Covenant
A wooden box the Ten Commandments were kept in.
People from Canaan, not God's people necessarily.
The number of pillars that were on the stone altar that Moses built.
How did God demonstrate his faithfulness to his people on their journey to Mount Sinai?
He performed miracles and led them to the promised land.
How was God's presence made known to his people during their journey to the promised land?
God guided the Israelites to the promised land by using a cloud.
What does the story of the journey of God's people to the promised land tell us about our relationship with God?
The story of the journey of God's people to the promised land tell us that we should keep our relationship with God by worshipping his actions that help us through life.
Why did the people need the Ten Commandments?
God wanted the Israelites to follow one, true God.
How did the Israelites change?
They were slaves of the pharaoh in Egypt, and later became free people of God.
Moses led God's people where?
through the wilderness
During this journey, what did God do to his people's faithfulness?
He tested it.
When the people complained they had no food, what did God send?
Small birds called quail
What did Moses hit to get water to gush out?
What do the twelve pillars of the stone altar that Moses set up in the wilderness symbolize?
The twelve pillars symbolize the 12 tribes of Israel and later the 12 apostles.
How did God make his presence known to the Israelites?
The huge cloud that hung over them throughout the day and night made his presence known. It guided them because when it moved, they followed it. At night, it became fiery so they could see it. It symbolizes God directing their journey
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