For Family Review
What Is Different?
Can you identify the three differences between picture A and picture B? Write your answers on the lines below, and complete the pictures by coloring them.
4. Which picture is correct, the one on the right or the one on the left?
What does the word “holy” mean? Why is it important for worshippers of Jehovah to be holy? How can you show that you are trying to be holy?
CLUE: Read 2 Corinthians 7:1.
Have each family member research facts about the role of Israel’s high priest. Then come together and report what you have learned. For example, what were some of the responsibilities of the high priest?
How does Jesus Christ prove to be the best High Priest?
Collect and Learn
Cut out, fold in half, and save
BIBLE CARD 3 RUTH
A. Complete Ruth’s statement to Naomi: “Your people will be . . .”
B. How is Ruth a good example for those who care for the sick and elderly?
C. Fill in the blanks. Ruth married ․․․․․ and became an ancestress of ․․․․․ and ․․․․․.
4026 B.C.E. Adam created
Lived circa 1200’s B.C.E.
98 C.E. Last Bible book written
Moved from Moab to Bethlehem
A faithful Moabite widow who supported her aged mother-in-law, Naomi. Ruth’s loyal love for Naomi and her determination to worship Jehovah gave her the strength to leave her homeland and move to Bethlehem. Others told Naomi, “Your daughter-in-law . . . is better to you than seven sons.”—Ruth 4:14, 15.
A. “. . . my people, and your God my God.”—Ruth 1:16.
Peoples and Lands
5. My name is Shaé. I live in Britain, which is near the continent of Europe. About how many of Jehovah’s Witnesses live in Britain? Is it 13,300, 133,000, or 333,000?
6. Which dot shows where I live? Circle it, draw a dot where you live, and see how close you are to Britain.
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 7
ANSWERS TO PAGES 30 AND 31
1. Wording on the turban.
2. Onyx stones on the shoulders.
3. Bells on the fringe.
4. The one on the left.