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Awake!  |  January 2011

For Family Review

For Family Review

 For Family Review

What Is Wrong With This Picture?

Read John 6:5-13. What three features of this drawing are incorrect? Write your answers on the lines below, and complete the picture by coloring it.

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FOR DISCUSSION:

What did Jesus have the disciples collect, and why? What does this teach you about Jesus? What can you do to avoid being wasteful?

FAMILY ACTIVITY:

Read the Bible account together. If possible, have one person read the part of the narrator, a second the part of Jesus, a third the part of Philip, and a fourth the part of Andrew.

 Collect and Learn

Cut out, fold in half, and save

BIBLE CARD 1 JOSHUA

QUESTIONS

A. How did Joshua and his army bring down the walls of Jericho?

B. Complete Joshua’s statement: “As for me and my household, . . .”

C. Joshua had been known by what other names?

[Chart]

4026 B.C.E. Adam created

Lived circa 1500’s B.C.E.

1 C.E.

98 C.E. Last Bible book written

[Map]

Moved from Egypt to the Promised Land

EGYPT

PROMISED LAND

JOSHUA

PROFILE

Son of Nun. He ministered to Moses and was later appointed to lead Israel. (Exodus 33:11; Deuteronomy 34:9; Joshua 1:1, 2) Joshua fearlessly led God’s people into the Promised Land. He trusted Jehovah’s promises, obeyed his direction, and served him faithfully.

ANSWERS

A. They obeyed God by marching around the city.​—Joshua 6:1-27.

B. “. . . we shall serve Jehovah.”​—Joshua 24:15.

C. Hoshea and Jehoshua.​—Numbers 13:8, 16.

Peoples and Lands

4. My name is Victor. I am 7 and live in Malawi, which is in Africa. About how many of Jehovah’s Witnesses live in Malawi? Is it 750, 7,500, or 75,000?

5. Which dot shows where I live? Circle it, and draw a dot where you live, and see how close you are to Malawi.

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Children’s Picture Search

Can you find these pictures in this issue? In your own words, describe what is happening in each picture.

● Answers to pages 30 and 31 on page 22

 ANSWERS TO PAGES 30 AND 31

1. There should be a little boy, not a girl, holding the food supply.

2. Instead of five apples, there should be five loaves of bread.

3. Instead of two corncobs, there should be two fishes.

4. 75,000.

5. C.