6. Under the theocracy of Israel, what was the law concerning witches' and those who had familiar
"Thou shall not suffer a witch to live." Ex. 22: 18. "A man also or woman that hath a familiar spirit, or that
is a wizard, shall surely be put to death." Lev. 20: 27.
NOTE - This shows how dangerous and deadly everything of this character is in God's sight.
I. What does Jesus declare Himself to be?
What blessed experience follows upon the acceptance of Christ as our righteousness?
At His birth, what message did the angel bring to the shepherds abiding in the field?
In what literal language is this persecution of the people of God further described?
How do evil spirits sometimes treat those thus possessed ?
Why, after the fall, was man shut away from the tree of life?
What will the ransomed of the Lord then do?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle