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PostSubject: Parsha Bo -- quiz questions   Parsha Bo -- quiz questions EmptyMon Jan 21, 2008 9:27 am

Here are the questions from our quiz on the parsha Bo

1.When Moshe went in to see Pharaoh to tell him of the next plague, the locusts, what did Pharaoh’s servants say to him?
A. Let the people go to worship Adonai their G-d, Don’t you know Egypt is being destroyed?

2.Aaron and Moshe were called back to Pharaoh’s presence and he asked them who was going with them. Moshe answered and told him the old and young, the sons and daughters, and the flocks and herds for what reason?
A. To celebrate a feast to Adonai

3. What feast do you think this was?
A. Possibly Passover, even before Adonai told Moshe?

4. Adonai then told Moshe to stretch out his hand over the land of Egypt so the locusts would invade. Adonai caused a (what kind of ) wind to blow on the land for how long?
A. East wind and it blew all day and all night and in the morning the east wind brought the locusts.

NOTE:These locusts would be from the direction of Canaan, or present day Israel. Recently ( 2004) Israel was invaded, and hadn’t seen such an invasion since 1959. These locusts came from northern Africa crossing the Red sea. Some Israelis actually ate them, and some were almost 4 inches long. The natural route is opposite what the plague brought.

5. After the locusts devoured every last bit of green plant life Pharaoh summoned Moshe and told him what?
A.I have sinned against Adonai your G-d and you. So he asked for forgiveness , 'just this once', and Adonai sent a west wind and drove them into the Sea of Suf.

6. Which plague is this, of locusts?
A. The eighth

7. The next plague Moshe was ordered to reach out his hand towards the sky to do what?
A Bring a darkness that could be felt. What do you think that means?

8. During this time what happened in the land of Goshen?
A. Israel had light, in their homes.

9. What does Goshen means?
A. "drawing near"

10. After the locusts Pharaoh tells Moshe that he can go worship but only the men, after the darkness plaque hes says he can take the children ( and probably the women too) but not the herds , but Moshe protests and tells him they must take the herds and flocks because they will need some to sacrifice but won’t know which ones until they get there. Pharaoh turns him down and tells him what?
A To get away from him and that the day he sees his face again he will die. Moshe tells him , well said, I will see your face no more.

11.Adonai tells Moshe that there will be one more plague and then Pharaoh will let them go and when he does it will be completely, with everyone and all animals. Adonai tells Moshe to tell the people something that they are to do before this happens, what?
A. To ask their neighbors for silver and gold.

12. Why do you think he told them this, and what does it have to do with the covenant made with Abraham?
A. To have provisions later for making the Mishkan and its articles. The covenant made with Abraham or I should say, between HaShem and Yeshua, in Genesis 15:7-16 as Abraham is put into a deep sleep the L-RD tells him that for certain, his descendants will be foreigners in a land that is not theirs. They will be slaves and held in oppression there 400 years. But he will judge that nation that makes them slaves, Afterwards ( the 400 years) they will come back to Canaan, but leave That land that enslaved them with many possessions.

13. Who did Adonai tell Moshe would go out at midnight throughout Egypt?
AI will go out”

14. This plague was the 10th and final plague and was to be upon whom.?
A the firstborn of the Egyptian people and their livestock.

15. 12:1 say, Adonai spoke to Moshe and Aharon in the land of Egypt, speaking of time, what was it?
A.You are to begin your calendar with this month, it will be the first month of the year for you.

NOTE: Among the general Egyptian holidays were the 29th, 30th, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, and 15th days of each month. The days are set forth in this order, according to the Egyptian assumption that the 29th day is that on which the conjunction of the sun and moon takes place, and on which the world was created.,M1

The ancient Egyptian calendar was lunar, Each year had 12 months. The heliacal rising of Sirius coincides with the arrival of the highest point of river Nile flood at Memphis marking the first day of the year. The new year of the ancient Egyptians started on Meskerem 1 (MsKRm 1). This date is an Ethiopian new year signaling the end of Noah's flood. The Hebrew new years also start in Meskerem

16 On the ? day of the month each household was to take what?
A male lamb or kid, without defect, in its first year, chosen from sheep or goats

17. Why do we always refer to the Passover lamb if goats ( kids) were allowed? Why were they allowed?
A it could be that the final Passover would represent both salvation and atonement, the sheep and the goat for the L-RD.

18. why was it chosen on the 10th day and kept until the 14th day?
A. Discussion

19 Why does it state the entire community of Israel was to slaughter it at dusk?
A could this be because it was for a national salvation and national atonement?

20. Why was it to be roasted?
A. Discussion

21. why was it to be roasted whole and not dressed?

Note: Rabbi Robert Sternberg writes, "When Sephardim think of meat, it is roast lamb that comes to mind. Lamb is the centerpiece of the Passover seder because it was used for the Passover sacrifice in the Hebrew Temple. In this way, Sephardic Jews keep the memory of their ancient history alive at Passover time. The Ashkenazim, on the other hand, maintain that the memory of the Temple sacrifices is kept alive by refraining from eating roasted lamb at the seder rather than making it the main item on the menu."

According to the Mishnah Talmud, you may not roast a lamb for the Pesach Seder, since in the Temple era, the paschal lamb was only permitted to be slaughtered in the Temple in Jerusalem, roasted, and then eaten at a Pesach Seder in Jerusalem. Rambam comments, "Where it is accepted practice to eat roast meat on the night of Pesach one may do so, but where this is not accepted practice one may not do so and this is a decree of the sages so that people should not think that it is paschal lamb. However, everywhere it is forbidden to eat roast lamb at the seder."

22. how was it to be eaten?
A with belt fastened, shoes on feet and staff in hand and quickly

23. When Adonai passed through the land what was he doing?
A executing judgment on the gods of Egypt

24. What would make the L-RD Passover?
A seeing the blood on their houses, marking where they were

25. What did the first day of unleavened bread celebrate or memorialize?
A the day HaShem brought us out of the land of Egypt

26.Is the command to eat unleavened bread from the 14 to 21 day for the land only?
A.No, it is to be wherever we live

27. Where they to observe Passover in the wilderness?
A. No, only when they came to the land G-d gave them, and they did right after entering with Yehoshuah

28 When pharaoh discovered his dead first born son and the wailing of all Egypt, what did he tell Moshe, besides that he could leave
A. He asked for a blessing

29. They took silver and gold from the Egyptians, and what else?
A. Clothing and jewelry

30.What was the first place they came to when they left?
A.Sukkoth, what significance do you see with this name? And here they baked their first Matzah

31. How many men went out from Egypt?

32 How many years did Israel dwell in Egypt?
A. 430

33 When did Jacob move down to Egypt?
A.430 years before, on the 15th of Aviv ( Ex 12:40)

34. What is special about this night? Even today?
A.Adonai kept watch over Israel and still does today through all the generations 42

35. What other regulations regarding the Passover were to be observed?
A.You couldn’t eat it outside, nor could it be taken outside the house. NO foreigner was to eat it, no uncircumcised man to eat it, not to brake his bones, the whole community of Israel is to keep it.

36. After the last plague Adonai told Moshe others things related to this, what were they? ( chap 13)
A.Set aside the firstborn, both human and animal belongs to the L-RD.

37.What kinds of things may not be eaten when celebrating the Passover?
A.Yeast and leavened things/ So how is it we have Passover cakes that are leavened ( raised ) with eggs?

38.What does not eating leaven or yeast teach us and to teach our children?
A.That it is a sign on our hand and a reminder between our eyes of what HaShem did for us and brought us out of Egypt. It is so that his Torah may be on our lips.

39.What other sign on the hand and a symbol on the forehead comes from the exodus?
A.The sacrificing of the firstborn animals ( except the donkey which is redeemed with a sheep) and the redeeming of the firstborn of every mans son.
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