MTCSF September 2017 Crossword Puzzle

Based on Isaiah Ch 14-16 NIV

Instructions

  1. Start solving the crossword by selecting the first tile of the word you want to fill in.
  2. Continue typing letters till you reach the end of the word.
  3. The cursor will initially be set to answer the "across" clues. As you type, the letters will fill to the right. In the "down" mode, the letters will fill in the downward direction.
  4. Use the "down/right" arrow key on the keyboard or the buttons below to switch from across to down. Mobile and tablet users will find these buttons useful.
  5. When the last tile in a particular direction is reached, the mode may automatically change to the other mode.
  6. The "save" button allows you to save your session while the "load" button restores your answers and you can continue working on the puzzle at a later time.

Click to change directions

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5."But your root I will destroy by famine, it will slay your survivors." This was the prophecy against __.
7.Hide the fugitives, do not __ them.
9.God had compassion on __ and once again He chose them.
12.During the reign of __, he defeated and subjugated the Moabites and they brought tribute to him.2Sam.8:2
13." I will turn her into a place for owls and into swampland; I will sweep her with the broom of destruction." These words were Lord's prophecy against __.
15.Even the __ __ rejoice over the defeat of Babylon saying "no woodsman comes to cut us down"
17.Isaiah was using the metaphor __ __ to describe the king of Babylon.
18.Moabites rebelled against Israel ae gain and they were suppressed by the help of prophet __. 2King 3:5-27
20.He delivered bad news to the nations around him, and he cried with them.
21.Prophecy against Moab, "Within __ years ...Moab's splendor and all her people will be despised and her survivors will be very few and feeble.""
Down
1.Whose descendants were Babylonians? Gen.10:8-10
2.The message to the envoys of Philistines was, "The Lord has established __, and in her his afflicted people will find rest."
3."Is not this the great Babylon I have built as the royal residence, by my mighty power and for the glory of my majesty?" Who said it?
4.Those who walk in pride, He is able to __. Dan. 4:37b
6.In Revelation 17:1-6 the king of Babylon is a symbol for the __, who would set himself as god and call the people to worship him.
8.Once His people were freed from the cruel bondage, they taunted the king of ___.
10."How you have fallen from heaven, you have been cast down to the earth.." These words describe satan or ___.
11.The fugitives of __ were running away crying. The waters were dried up; no vegetation was left and all their acquired wealth were gone.
14.This was the prophecy against __ , "I will crush them in my land; on my mountains I will trample him down. His yoke will be taken away from my people..."
16.Moab is related to Israel by Abraham's nephew __.
19.The __ (Sheol) was waiting for the king of Babylon and the kings over the nations would respond, "You also have become weak, as we are; you have become like us. Maggots are spread out beneath you and worms cover you." This shows the existence of people who are not believers, in the afterlife.

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