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  1. Lam 4:1 Be specific
    According to Lamentatons 4:1 how is this changed!
    the most fine gold
  2. Lam 4:1
    the stones of this place are poured out in the top of every street .
    the sanctuary
  3. Lam 4:1
    the stones of the sanctuary are poured out in this place .
    top of every street
  4. Lam 4:1According to Lamentations 4:1 The gold has become This!
    dim
  5. Lam 4:1
    According to Lamentations 4:1 what has  become dim!
    gold
  6. Lam 4:2
    Who does Lamentations 4 say are esteemed as earthen pitchers,
    the precious sons of Zion
  7. Lam 4:2
    Who is said to be comparable to fine gold?
    precious sons of Zion
  8. Lam 4:2
    The precious sons of Zion, are comparable to this?
    fine gold
  9. Lam 4:2
    According to Lamentations 4 the precious sons of Zion are esteemed as this
    earthen pitchers
  10. Lam 4:3
    Even the sea monsters draw out the breast to give suck to these
    their young ones
  11. Lam 4:3
    Even the sea monsters draw out this, they give suck to their young ones
    breast
  12. Lam 4:3
     Even these draw out the breast, they give suck to their young ones:
    sea monsters
  13. Lam 4:3
    the daughter of my people is become cruel, like these in the wilderness.
    ostriches
  14. Lam 4:3
    the daughter of my people is become this, like the ostriches in the wilderness.
    cruel
  15. Lam 4:3
    Who has become cruel, like the ostriches in the wilderness.
    daughter of my people
  16. Lam 4:3
     like the ostriches in this place, the daughter of my people is become cruel,
    wilderness
  17. Lam 4:4
     Of what do the young children ask , and no man breaketh it unto them.
    bread
  18. Lam 4:4 
    This of the sucking child cleaveth to the roof of his mouth for thirst:
    tongue
  19. Lam 4:4 
    The tongue of the sucking child does this to the roof of his mouth for thirst:
    cleaveth
  20. Lam 4:4 
    For what reason does the tongue of the sucking child cleave to the roof of his mouth :
    for thirst
  21. Lam 4:4 
    Where does the tongue of the sucking child cleave
    to the roof of his mouth for thirst:
  22. Lam 4:5  Where are they brought up that now embrace dunghills.
    in scarlet
  23. Lam 4:5 
    they that were brought up in scarlet  now embrace this .
    dunghills
  24. Lam 4:5
    Where are they that did feed delicately now desolate :
    in the streets
  25. Lam 4:5
    What are they now that did feed delicately in the streets:
    desolate
  26. Lam 4:6 How was Sodom overthrown
    as in a moment.
  27. Lam 4:6 
    For the punishment of the iniquity of the daughter of my people is greater than the punishment of the sin of this place that was overthrown as in a moment.
    Sodom
  28. Lam 4:6 
    Whose iniquity is greater than the punishment of the sin of Sodom,
    the daughter of my people
  29. Lam 4:6 
    What place was overthrown as in a moment, and no hands stayed on her.
    Sodom
  30. Lam 4:7 
    These were purer than snow, they were whiter than milk, they were more ruddy in body than rubies, their polishing was of sapphire:
    Her Nazarites
  31. Lam 4:7 20 point bonus
    Describe Her Nazarites?
    • purer than snow,
    • they were whiter than milk,
    • they were more ruddy in body than rubies,
    • their polishing was of sapphire:
  32. Lam 4:7
    Of what were Her Nazarites more ruddy in body than
    rubies
  33. Lam 4:7
    these were whiter than milk,
    Her Nazarites
  34. Lam 4:7 
    Her Nazarites were purer than this ,
    snow
  35. Lam 4:7
     Her Nazarites were more this than rubies
    ruddy in body
  36. Lam 4:7 
    Of what were the polishing of the Nazarites
    sapphire
  37. Lam 4:8
    Where were the Nazarites not known
    in the streets
  38. Lam 4:8 
    Describe the visage of the Nazarites
    blacker than a coal
  39. Lam 4:8
    What of the Nazarites is withered, and has become like a stick.
    their bones
  40. Lam 4:8
    This of the Nazarites cleaveth to their bones;
    skin
  41. Lam 4:8
    the bones of the Nazarites is withered, and has become as this.
    a stick
  42. Lamentations 1:3 " Who is gone into captivity because of affliction, and because of great servitude:
    Judah
  43. Lamentations 4:3
    What bird is mentioned in Lamentation 4
    the ostriches
  44. Lamentations 5:9 "We gat our bread with the peril of our lives because of the sword of this place."
    the wilderness
  45. Lamentations 5:9 "We gat our bread with the peril of our lives because of This of the wilderness."
    the sword
  46. Lamentations 5:9 "We gat our bread with this
    peril of our lives
  47. Lamentations 5:9 "We gat This with the peril of our lives because of the sword of the wilderness."
    our bread
  48. Lamentations 5:12 "Princes are hanged up by their hand: the faces of elders were not honoured
  49. 20 point bonus
    Lamentations 5:12 "____ are hanged up by their: the faces of  ____were not ____________
    • hand
    • Princes
    • elders
    • honoured
  50. Lamentations 5:12 " Who are hanged up by their hand:
    Princes
  51. Lamentations 5:12 "Princes are hanged up by their hand: This of the elders were not honoured
    the faces
  52. Lamentations 5:12 "Princes are hanged up by This:
    their hand
  53. Lamentations 5:22 "But thou hast utterly rejected us; thou art very ________
    wroth against us."
  54. Lamentations 5:22 "But thou hast utterly done this; thou art very wroth against us."
    rejected us
  55. Lamentations 5:12 According to the writer of the Lamentations, whose faces are not honored?
    The elders.
  56. Lamentations 5:21 The writer of Lamentations desires that the Lord would turn them unto Him. What does he also want renewed?
    Their days of old.
  57. Lamentations 5:19 What of God's does the writer of Lamentations describe as from generation to generation?
    throne
  58. Lamentations 5:19 How does the writer of Lamentations describe the throne of God?
    From generation to generation.
  59. Lamentations 4:2 What did the writer of the Lamentations say have been esteemed as earthen pitchers?
    The precious sons of Zion.
  60. Lamentations 4:19 Who does the writer of Lamentations describe as swifter than the eagles of the heavens?
    their persecutors
  61. Lamentations 4:19 How does the writer of Lamentations describe their persecutors?
    Swifter than the eagles of the heavens.
  62. Lamentations 5:17 How does the writer of Lamentations describe their heart and eyes because of their sins?
    Faint and dim.
  63. Lamentations 5:16 From where does the writer of the Lamentations say the crown is fallen?
    their head
  64. Lamentations 5:16 What does the writer of the Lamentations say is fallen from their head?
    The crown.
  65. Lamentations 4:11 What does the writer of Lamentation say was devoured when the LORD kindled a fire in Zion?
    The foundations.
  66. Lamentations 4:7 The writer of the Lamentations says that the Nazarites were whiter than this!
    Milk
  67. Lamentations 5:13 Who does the writer of Lamentations say fell under the wood?
    The children
  68. Lamentations 5:1 The writer of Lamentation wanted the LORD to behold and consider this!
    Their reproach.
  69. Remember, O LORD, what is come upon us: _________. Lamentations 5.1
    Consider and behold our reproach.
  70. Who were the people's inheritances and houses turned to?  Lamentations 5.2
    Strangers and aliens.
  71. The people became orphans and fatherless, what did the mothers become? Lamentations 5.3
    As widows.
  72. What did the people drink their water for?  Lamentations 5.4
    For money.
  73. True or False. The people's wood was sold unto them.  Lamentations 5.4
    True.
  74. Which part of the people's bodies were under persecution? Lamentations 5.5
    Their necks.
  75. How has the gold become? Lamentations 4.1
    Dim.
  76. Where are the stones of the sanctuary poured out? Lamentations 4.1
    In the top of every street.
  77. What were the sons of Zion comparable to?  Lamentations 4.2
    Fine gold.
  78. How are the sons of Zion esteemed? Lamentations 4.2
    As earthen pitchers, the work of the hands of the potter.
  79. What animal have the daughter of Zion's people become cruel like?  Lamentations 4.3
    Like the ostriches in the wilderness.
  80. What does the tongue of the sucking child do?. Lamentations 4.4 
    Cleaveth to the roof of his mouth for thirst
  81. Finish the statement: The young children ask bread, and ________.  Lamentations 4.4
    No man breaketh it unto them.
  82. Describe the current state (back then) of those that feed delicately.Lamentations 4.5
    Desolate in the streets.
  83. What do those who were brought up in scar let embrace? Lamentations 4.5
    Dunghills.
  84. What is the punishment of the iniquity of the daughter of Zion greater than? Lamentations 4.6
    The punishment of the sin of Sodom.
  85. What was the punishment of Sodom? Lamentations 4.6
    It was overthrown as in a moment, and no hands stayed on her.
  86. Describe how Zion's Nazarites used to be.  Lamentations 4.7
    They were purer than snow, they were white than milk, they were more ruddy in body than rubies, their polishing was of sapphire.
  87. Describe how Zion's Nazarites are now.  Lamentations 4.8
    Their visage is blacker than a coal; they are not known in the streets: their skin cleaveth to their bones; it is withered, it is become like a stick.
  88. Who is better than those that are slain with hunger? Lamentations 4.9
    They that be slain with the sword.
  89. Why are those who were slain by the sword better than those who were slain with hunger? Lamentations 4.9
    For these pine away, stricken through for want of the fruits of the field.
  90. What did the hands of the pitiful women do?Lamentations 4. 10
    Sodden their own children.
  91. What did the children soddened by their pitiful mothers become?  Lamentations 4. 10
    The mothers' meat in the destruction of Zion (daughter of my people).
  92. Finish the verse: The LORD hath accomplished his fury; he hath poured out his fierce anger, __________. Lamentations 4. 11
    And hath kindled a fire in Zion, and it hath devoured the foundations thereof.
  93. What would the kings of the earth, and all the inhabitants of the world not believe?  Lamentations 4. 12
    That the adversary and the enemy should have entered into the gates of Jerusalem.
  94. For whose sins were the adversary and the enemy able to enter into the gates of Jerusalem? . Lamentations 4. 13
    her prophets
  95. For whose iniquities were the adversary and the enemy able to enter into the gates of Jerusalem? . Lamentations 4. 13
    her priests
  96. Lam 4. 13
    Whose blood was shed in the mist of her
    the just
  97. Lam 4.13
    For the sins of her prophets, and the iniquities of her priests, where was the blood of the just shed?
    in the mist of her
  98. 20 point bonus
    Why was the adversary and the enemy able to enter into the gates of Jerusalem? . Lamentations 4. 13
    For the sins of her prophets, and the iniquities of her priests, that have shed the blood of the just in the mist of her
  99. Who wandered like blind men in the streets? Lamentations 4. 14
    the prophets and the priests
  100. Where did the prophets and the priests wander like blind men? Lamentations 4. 14
    In the streets.
  101. prophets and priests polluted themselves with blood so that me could not touch this? Lamentations 4. 14
    their garments
  102. Why did the prophets and priests pollute themselves with blood? Lamentations 4. 14
    So that men could not touch their garments.
  103. With what did the prophets and priests pollute themselves? Lamentations 4. 14
    blood
  104. What did people say when they saw the priests and prophets polluted with blood? Lamentations 4. 15
    "Depart ye; It is unclean; depart, depart, touch not."
  105. Among whom did the polluted prophets and priests say they would no more sojourn?  Lamentations 4. 15
    the heathen
  106. When the polluted prophets and priests fled away and wandered what did they say among the heathen?  Lamentations 4. 15
    They shall no more sojourn there.
  107. Who did the anger of the Lord divide? Lamentations 4. 16
    the polluted prophets and priests
  108. What did the anger of the Lord do to the polluted prophets and priests? Lamentations 4. 16
    Divided them.
  109. Finish the verse: The anger of the LORD hath divided them; he will no more regard them; ___________________.  4. 16
    They respected not the persons of the priests, they favored not the elders.
  110. Why did the prophet say the people's eyes have yet failed for vain help? Lamentations 4. 17
    In their watching they watched for a nation that could not save them.
  111. Finish the verse: They hunt our steps, that we cannot go in our streets: _____________.  Lamentations 4. 18
    Our end is near, our days are fulfilled; for our end is come.
  112. The prophet said their persecutors were swifter than which animal? Lamentations 4. 19
    The eagles of the heaven.
  113. Fill in the blanks: They pursued us upon the ______, they laid wait for us in the ______.Lamentations 4. 19
    Mountains; wilderness.
  114. Who did the persecutors take in their pits?  Lamentations 4. 20
    The breath of our nostrils, the anointed of the LORD.
  115. Where does the daughter of Edom dwell? Lamentations 4. 21
    the land of Uz
  116. What command was given to the daughter of Edom, that dwellest in the land of Uz? Lamentations 4. 21
    Rejoice and be glad.
  117. What will happen when the cup passes through the daughter of Edom? Lamentations 4. 21
    The people shall be drunken, and shalt make themselves naked.
  118. Who's punishment of iniquity is accomplished? Lamentations 4. 22
    The daughter of Zion.
  119. Who's iniquity will be visited and sins discovered? Lamentations 4. 22
    The daughter of Edom.
  120. Lam 5.6
    We have given the hand to the ____, and to the _____, to be satisfied with bread.
    • Egyptians
    • Assyrians
  121. Lam 5.6
    We have given this to the Egyptians, and to the Assyrians, to be satisfied with bread.
    the hand
  122. Lam 5.7 
    Our fathers have sinned, and are not; but what have their borne .
    their iniquities
  123. Lam 5.7 
    Our fathers have done this, and are not; and we have borne their iniquities.
    sinned
  124. Lam 5.7 
    Our fathers have sinned, and are this; and we have borne their iniquities.
    not
  125. Lam 5.7 
    These have sinned, and are not; and we have borne their iniquities.
    Our fathers
  126. According to Lam 5.8 
    These have ruled over us: there is none that doth deliver us out of their hand.
    Servants
  127. According to Lam 5.8 
    Servants have done this over us: there is none that doth deliver us out of their hand.
    ruled
  128. According to Lam 5.8 
    Servants have ruled over us: there is none that doth this out of their hand.
    deliver us
  129. According to Lam 5.8  
    Servants have ruled over us: there is none that doth deliver us out of this place
    their hand.
  130. According to Lam 5.10
    This was black like an oven because of the terrible famine.
    Our skin
  131. According to Lam 5.10 
    Our skin was this because of the terrible famine.
    black like an oven
  132. According to Lam 5.10 
    Our skin was black like an oven because of this .
    terrible famine
  133. According to Lam 5.11
    They  did this to the women in Zion, and the maids in the cities of Judah.
    ravished
  134. According to Lam 5.11
    They ravished the women of this place, and the maids in the cities of Judah.
    in Zion
  135. According to Lam 5.11
    They ravished the women in Zion, and these in the cities of Judah.
    the maids
  136. According to Lam 5.11
    They ravished the women in Zion, and the maids in this place .
    cities of Judah
  137. According to Lam 5.11 They ravished the  ____in Zion, and the ___ in the cities of Judah.
    • women
    • maids
  138. According to Lam 5.11
    They ravished the women in ____, and the maids in the cities of _____.
    • Zion
    • Judah
  139. According to Lam 5.14
    Of what have the elders ceased?
    from the gate
  140. According to Lam 5.14
    The elders have ceased from the gate, but of what have the young men ceased?
    from their musick.
  141. According to Lam 5.14
    The elders have ceased from the gate, but who have ceased from their musick.
    the young men
  142. According to Lam 5.14 
    Who have ceased from the gate, and who from their musick.
    • The elders
    • the young men
  143. According to Lam 5.15
    This of our heart is ceased; our dance is turned into mourning.
    The joy
  144. According to Lam 5.15
    The joy of this is ceased; our dance is turned into mourning.
    our heart
  145. According to Lam 5.15
    The joy of our heart is this; our dance is turned into mourning.
    ceased
  146. According to Lam 5.15
    The joy of our heart is ceased; but what is turned into mourning.
    our dance
  147. According to Lam 5.15
    The joy of our heart is ceased; but of what is our dance is turned .
    into mourning
  148. 10 point bonus
    According to Lam 5.15 
    This is ceased; and this is turned into mourning.
    • The joy of our heart
    • our dance
  149. According to Lam 5.18
    Because of the mountain of Zion, which is desolate, these walk upon it.
    foxes
  150. According to Lam 5.18 Because of this palce , which is desolate, the foxes walk upon it.
    mountain of Zion
  151. According to Lam 5.18
    Because of the mountain of Zion, which is desolate, the foxes do this upon it.
    walk
  152. According to Lam 5.18
    Because of the mountain of Zion, which is this, the foxes walk upon it.
    desolate
  153. Lam 5.20
    For how long does the writer of Lam say the Lord has forsaken us ?
    so long time
  154. Lam 5.20
    The writer of Lam asks the question, Wherefore dost thou forget us this long?
    for ever

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