Old Testament - Unit 5 - Ibarra


Terms in this set (...)

their hunger
The Israelites complained about __.
What is it?
Manna means:
Manna is a type for __.
feeds the Israelites physically
feeds all people spiritually
The Israelites do not get __.
met God in the burning bush
After 3 months, the people reach Mt. Sinai where Moses had first __.
God tells the Israalites that they will be a nation of __.
God gives the Ten Commandments to __.
40 years
They eat manna for __.
1. I am he Lord your God; you shall not have false gods before me
2. You shall not take the Lord's name in vain
3. Keep Holy the Sabbath
4. Honor your father and mother
5. You shall not kill
6. You shall not commit adultery
7. You shall not steal
8. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor
9. You shall not covet your neighbor's wife
10. You shall not covet your neighbor's goods
What are the 10 Commandments?
What do the Israelites hear/see when the Ten Commandments are made?
the temple for the Israelites and an image of the heavenly temple
Ark of the Covenant
an image of God's heavenly throne
Abraham - great nation
What promise is being fulfilled with Moses?
the Sabbath
The sign of Moses, covenant is ___.
to offer sacrifice to God
Priest means __.
golden calf
an image of the Egyption fertility god
idolatry; immoral behavior
The Israelites engage in __ and __.
Promised Land; Canaan
The Book of Exodus brought us partly through the journey of the Israelites to the __ of ___.
spiritual and physical
The journey to Canaan was __.
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
The four books of the Law:
The Law of Moses & the Mosaic Law
What are the two other names of the Law?
a handbook of instructions for Israel's worship that is written in the form of a series of direct statements of God to Moses
a series of direct statements of God to Moses
Leviticus is written in the form of ___.
Sacrifices of Atonement & The Holiness Code
Leviticus is divided into two parts:
Sacrifices of Atonement
Ritual Instructions
The Holiness Code
Teachings on how to live out holiness in daily life and in relationships
If they sinned, they were to atone for it by offering sacrifices.
What did the Israelites believe about sin?
An animal would be sacrificed and its blood poured on the altar.
What did the Israelites use as their sacrifice for their sins?
He intercedes for the people
Moses is like Jesus, how?
life given to express offer's sorrow
meaning of blood
the presence of God
meaning of altar
Holy of Holies; incense, the blood of a bull, the blood of a goat
Once a year on the Day of Atonement, the high priest entered the Temple sanctuary, called the __, and offered __.
the life of the people offered to God to reconcile them and repair their relationship to God
The sacrifice represented:
burn them on the altar and eat it
What did the priest have to do with the sacrifices?
the hide and grain
What did the priest get to keep from the sacrifice?
Yom Kippur
What is the Day of Atonement (name)?
bull, ram, and two goats
What animals did Aaron have to get?
God and Azel (Satan or type for Jesus)
What were the two goats for?
high priest and the perfect sacrifice
Jesus is both the __.
the blood of a sacrifice; his own blood
The high priest offers __ for sins and Jesus offers __.
7 years
How often is the Sabbath year?
50 years
How often is the Jubilee Year?
the census of the Hebrew people that is mentioned in the first part of the book
Where does Numbers get it name from?
the Israelites' wandering in the wilderness on their way to Caanan
What is the main focus of Numbers?
the food
In the beginning of Numbers, the Israelites complained about __.
one man from each tribe to the Promised Land
Moses sends ___.
favorable; that the people are too strong
The scouts return with a __ report of the land, but say ____.
Caleb, Joshua, their children, and the children of the Israelites
Who gets to enter the Promised Land?
no water
In the end of Numbers, the Israelites complain about __.
Jesus on the cross
What is the type of the bronze serpent's healing?
a star that shall come from Jacob and a staff from Israel
What does the soothsayer that king of Moab sends predict as blessings?
second law
Deuteronomy means:
three sermons from Moses to the Israelites as they stand ready to enter the Promised Land
Deuteronomy is arranged as ___.
the journey the Israelites have been through
The sermos retrace __.
the central prayer of Jewish life and is recited every morning and evening
God is one; whole heart, soul, and strength
The Shema reminds Jews that __, and is to be loved with one's __.
scroll of the Shema attached to the doorposts
two small leather boxes that are bind to their left arm and forehead when they recite them
Moses' blessing the tribes of Israel and dying
Deuteronomy ends with __.
What is one of the most important terms in the Bible?
to listen and to act
Shema means ___.
Who becomes the Israelites' new leader after Moses died?