Bible Proficiency Project
Week 11, 2019
I. Monday — Deuteronomy 3-4
1. What is the measure of a standard cubit in feet, and about how tall would you guess Og King of Bashan
2. Joshua is encouraged to go fight in Canaan because of what two reasons?
3. What principle is set forth for God’s people in 4:2 (How does Mt. 4:4 apply here: see also 8:3)?
4. What reason is given in 4:6 for the people to be careful to observe statutes and judgments?
5. In 4:15-40 what is God’s chief warning and reason for taking such a strong stand? Should we still take this
6. Why do you think God said He is a consuming fire (see Heb. 12:29)?
II. Tuesday — Deuteronomy 5-7
1. In chapter 5 God calls the people to stand and hear the covenant commands, how is our practice similar
today and what does it require of us (see 4:13)?
2. Name some ways in which 5:32-33 and Ephesians 5:15 apply for us today?
3. How does the family structure function in 6:2-9 and in what ways does today’s culture hinder or
compliment the family structure to keep this commandment?
4. In what ways is the love of God on display in chapter 7?
5. According to 7:26 why were things of the defeated nations not to be kept or brought into one’s home?
III. Wednesday — Deuteronomy 8-10
1. What are some reasons that God gives why believers may forget God and what is the remedy?
2. What is the reason that God completely wipes out the people of Canaan?
3. What does the annihilation of the other nations point forward to?
4. What personal elements are involved in the Law according to 10:12-13?
IV. Thursday – Deuteronomy 11-13
1. How do you understand the idea of the covenant in light of 11:27-28?
2. What tendency does God warn against in worship in 12:8 and how do you avoid it?
3. What determined someone to be a false prophet?
4. Is there possibly a principle about choosing friends in 11:10?
V. Friday —Deuteronomy 14-16
1. Several times God speaks of not “forsaking the Levite”. Why do you think God places this duty so strictly
upon the people (12:19, 14:27)?
2. In 15:11 God says the poor will never cease from the land. How does that inform our view of the welfare
3. How important is it to observe God’s prescribed days of worship according to 16:16?
4. What is the principle of giving as one is able, and what determines the amount in 16:17?
VI. Saturday — Deuteronomy 17-20
1. It is noteworthy that God spells out the life for a king of Israel in chapter 17. How did they do?
2. How does 18:9 and 1John 2:15 relate to each other and how do we apply this today?
VII. Sunday — Deuteronomy 21-23
1. What is going on in chapters 20 -23?