Bold 302 Exam 4
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only prophetic book to openly question God?
The Book of Habakkuk
Main message(s) of Habakkuk
The just live by faith, God operates in loving faith
In the book of Habakkuk which nation is the author worried about prospering unfairly?
Habakkuk is like which other book and why?
Nahum, they both talk about destruction of a city in the beginning
why was Habakkuk shocked at the nation God was going to use to judge Judah?
Babylon because they are more wicked then they are
Theme verse for Habakkuk and what does it mean?
1:1 one who embraces
When was Northern Kingdom (Israel) and Southern Kingdom (Judah) destroyed and by whom?
Destruction by Assyria in 720 BCE
Jeremiah was a successful prophet in the eyes of God but a fantastic failure in the eyes of the world. why's this significant.
successful in Gods eyes because; he was obedient and faithful to God's calling upon his life.
Failure in eyes of the world because; poor in material things, sacrificed many comforts of life, endured severe trials in order to faithfully deliver his prophecies
what is the longest book in the bible by words?
The book of Jeremiah
what are the 4 different oracles in Jeremiah, be able to recognize a passage from each and a brief definition
Jeremiah is the ______ prophet
who wrote Lamentations
types of poems in lamentations
acrostic and none acrostic. varied from 22 verses, 66 verses, and not Acrostic but has 22 verses
what event is in lamentations lamenting
When they were taken into captivity
how many poems (chapter) in Lamentations, how many acrostics
5 Poems, 4 Acrostics
How many verses in each chapter of Lamentations
22 except chapter 3 (66)
greatest event in the old testament
In Lamentations, times were so bad, people reverted to what horrible practice(s)
mothers ate their children
Lessons learned from Lamentations
-Sometimes we will be punished for the things we do wrong
-God will always take care of us and he is working everything for good.
-It's ok to cry to God in pain or anger when horrible things happen
Chapter breakup of book of Daniel
7-12 are 4 visions
General Familiarity with all the stories of the book of Daniel
chpt 1: Not eating the kings food
chpt 2: interpret King Nebuchadnezzar's dream
Chpt 3: The firey furnace with Shadrach, Abedneggo, and Meshach
chpt 4: The king goes mad and acts like a cow
Chpt 5: The floating hand that does the writing on the wall that symbolizes his days are numbered
chpt 6: Daniel and the lions den
Daniel chapter 2 and chapter 7 what the beast represents and what each part of the statue from the vision represents, what the rock represents
1) Gold- Lion with wings- Babylon
2) Silver- Bear on sides- Persia
3) Brass- Leopard- Greece
4) Iron- Terrible Beast- Rome
the rock represents Jesus
main message of the book of Daniel
God is the Reigning king
Themes for the book of Daniel
1) God is the king maker
2) Kingdom of God
3) Sovereignty of God
4) Pride and Rebellion
Daniel shares parallels with who and what are the parrallels
1) Made high positions in court
2) Both lived in foreign land
3) Both interpret dreams
4) Interpreted dreams about upcoming calamity of nation
5) Both mistreated unjustly
Daniel's 3 friends names (Babylonian and Hebrew names)
1) Mishael- Meshach- who is, what is the Lord
2) Azariah- Abedneggo- the Lord helps
3)Hananiah- Shadrach- The Lord shows His grace
Daniel was taken to Babylon when
Purpose of book of Daniel
was to deal with expectations of the Exilie
Ezekiel 18, who is accountable for their actions
Each individual person
Ezekiel - what does the watchman represent
Be familiar with the symbolic acts of Ezekie
look at power point
How long did Ezekiel lay on his side(s) for
Prophecies that Ezekiel and Isaiah had about the prophecy
He will ravage your settlements on the mainland with the sword, he will set up siege works against you, build a ramp up to your walls and raise his shields against you
"I am Yahweh" or "that you may know that I am Yahweh"
found in Ezekiel how many times and why is it important
70 times, Shows the presence of Yahweh
Ezekiel - "son of man" emphasizes what
The humanity of the messenger in contrast to the divine origin and authority of the message
Ezekiel - vision of dry bones, be generally familiar with the
only through God and his power causes these bones to live
what is the shortest book
Obadiah's main message is what
The Lord would send his judgement against Edom, and the nation would be destroyed
Edomites descended from which people
Why will the Edomites be punished?
They helped plunder Israel
Lessons from Obadiah
If you benefit from something wrong and don't do anything you're wrong
Why did the Edomites think they would be safe?
What is the main activity going on in the book of Haggai
Rebuilding of the Temple
What was Haggai's main argument for why they should start
Built their own houses before God's House
Which Perisan king let the Israelites return back to their
Which book appeals to God 26 times in 39 verses, looking to
God as his ultimate authority?
Why does Zechariah use the phrase "Lord of hosts" 50 times
in the book?
People needed reassurance about God
Which prophet helped Haggai motivate the people to rebuild
the temple in Jerusalem?
Which prophet had 8 visions that were pretty strange?
Be familiar with the 8 visions in the book of Zecheriah
1) The 4 horsemen
2) 4 horns and the 4 craftsmen
3) The Surveyor with a measuring line
4) The cleansing and Crowning of the high priest of Joshua
5) Gold lamp stand and 2 Olive trees
6) The Flying Scroll
7) The woman in a basket
8) The 4 chariots
Zechariah contains which prophecies about Christ?
1) Entry to Jerusalem
2) 30 pieces of silver
3) Piercing of Jesus's side
Zechariah has which parallels with the book of Revelation
the Symbolism and the Imagery (the 4 Horsemen, man with the measuring line etc.)
Who raised Esther
Her cousin Mordecai
Who was trying to kill all the Jews
Who was the queen before Esther and why was she
Vashti because of her disobedience to Xerxes
Which person encouraged the people to rebuild the walls?
What was Nehemiah's job when he was in the palace?
Cup bearer for the King
Which book is a foreshadow of what Judaism will be like in
What was the last book of the OT to be written?
In the book of Malachi, why does God specifically say he
It's breaking a covenant
How many conversations take place in Malachi?
What problems were Malachi confronting?
The people are worshiping God through external practices but their hearts are not truly in it.
According to Malachi, what do they Jews need to do for
renewal to come?
They need to return to The Lord
How does God show his love for Israel in the book of
By before Gods arrival he would send down a servant and this servant would teach the correct way to serve God. Then, the people would be ready for God's arrival.
"For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," declares the Lord.
For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.
"He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly
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