Scripture Trimester 2 quizlet
Study for Scripture Trimester 2
Terms in this set (91)
Prostitute who saved Joshua's spies in Jericho and was the mother of Boaz; hangs a rope from her window so the Israelites could see where she lived
Moses' successor who led the Israelites into the Promised Land; crossed the Jordan River and fought the battle of Jericho
The mother of Samuel who sings a song of praise
A Levite priest, the last of the Judges, and the man chosen by God to anoint a king for Israel; First Prophet
A city of Canaan taken and destroyed by Joshua after the passage of the Jordan; Joshua must march around city with ark once for six days and on seventh day walk around seven times, then blow horns
Strong judge due to his Nazarite vow and long hair; wife Delilah betrays him; He kills a lot of philistines when he dies. Sinned and betrayed his nazarite vow.
The land God promised to the Israelites
Charismatic Military Leader whose authority comes from God
Judge of Israel, defeated Midianites with 300 men; asked for signs with the fleece.
Hophni and Phineas
Eli's evil sons
An archangel, usually depicted as a handsome knight. Led Joshua against Jericho
Great grandmother of King David; mother;
A powerful nation that invaded Canaan from the sea and became the most hated enemies of Israel; looks to destroy Samson and other Judges
First king of Israel who was the tallest, strongest, handsomest in the tribe of Benjamin; hides in baggage
The southern kingdom when Israel split apart
David places the Ark of the covenant here.
David's wife and mother of Solomon; David; seen by David showering
Son of David who wished for wiseness and did the Test of Mothers; built a great temple in Jerusalem
a way to dedicate oneself to the Lord, no haircut, no alcohol, No coming into contact with a corpse
Saul's daughter and David's wife who is upset by David dancing before the Ark
Bathsheba's husband who was sent to die in battle
the 2nd king of the Israelites who danced before the Ark, killed Goliath, committed Adultery, and spied on Bathsheba; Shepherd before he became king
A person who speaks or interprets for God to other people, is a messenger of God, and corrects and criticizes the kings.
Saul's son and David's best friend who tried to save David from Saul's rage
unfaithful wife of Hosea who inspires his writings
The elderpriest who raises Samuel and takes care of the Ark of the Covenant. Did not call Samuel in the middle of the night; dies by breaking his neck from falling when he heard his sons died.
This is where Elijah has the contest with the 450 priest of ba'al.
Isaiah's inaugural vision
Holy holy holy is the Lord of hosts is said at mass
An immoral queen of Israel who tried to kill the prophet Elijah; brings gods of Baal to Israel
Succeeds Elijah and asks for a double portion of his spirit
Prophesies that the Messiah will be born in Bethlehem
the prophet who corrected King David after his afair with Bathsheba
A shepherd who God empowers to preach about the poor in the Northern Kingdom
Preaches to Nineveh about their wickedness; succeeds and is mad; gets swallowed by a whale for three days
Had a vision of God sitting on a throne; burning embers cleanse his lips
a Hebrew prophet in the Old Testament who opposed the worship of idols and won the contest at Mount Carmel; carried to heaven on a fiery chariot.
Has to marry a prostitute
Canaanite god of fertility who plagued the Northern Kingdom
Was a pro life prophet
vineyard owner murdered by Jezebel because he refused to sell his vineyard
Jezebel helped him confiscate the vineyard of Naboth and worshipped Baal
a giant Philistine warrior who was slain by David with a sling
Solomon's son and heir. His pride caused all but two of the twelve tribes to rebel against him.
First King of Israel(the Northern Kingdom)
King David's father
A Jewish sect at the time of Jesus known for its strict adherence to the Law; attacked by Jesus because of their hypocrisy of being overly legalistic
Simeon was a righteous and devout man who recognized Jesus as the Christ at the Presentation in the Temple.
Herod the Great
40-4 BC; King of Judah at the time of Jesus' birth that slaughters male babies
Father of John the Baptist and was made mute by God for denying God
Created modern calendar based off of Jesus' Birth, but is off by 7 years
Strictest sect, lived celibately & strictly interpreted Jewish laws; Felt no one kept the law so they moved to the desert
the seventy-one member supreme legislative and judicial body of the Jewish people that could not give someone the death penalty
sect of Jews in Judea consisting of priests and wealthy business people; conservatives that didn't believe in life after death,resurrection,angels, or spirits
Roman governor of Judea who presided at the interrogation of Jesus in the New Testament and sentenced Jesus to death
Who was the Roman emperor at the time of Jesus birth
Doctors of the law
High Priest at time of Jesus' public ministry; related to Annas
God is with us
Date of The Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Date of Jesus' Birth
Birthplace of Jesus and David; Joseph had to go there to register in the census; where Micah said Jesus would be born; means house of bread
John the Baptist
a preacher and hermit and forerunner of Jesus (whom he baptized in the Jordan River)
God becoming man
Announced the birth of Jesus to Shepherds
Wrote the Acts of the Apostles
Was present at Jesus' presentation
The date of The Annunciation to Mary
Father of Jesus; told by God to take Mary and Jesus to Egypt
The Messiah; a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; Was circumcised 8 days after he was born and presented in temple 40 days after; was found by Mary and Joseph in the temple teaching elders when he was twelve
engaged to be married
date of The Feast of the Epiphany
The Three Wise Men
They followed a star to Bethlehem to find the king of the Jews; King Herod wanted them to find the location of the Christ-child; Brought gold, frankincense, and myrrh
Mother of Jesus; Holy Spirit did virginal conception
Where Jesus grew up and learned how to be a carpenter
One of the archangels, used by God many times as a messenger, in particular at the Annunciation; meeting with Mary is full of Grace
Was an Apostle;Includes an infancy narrative; Major theme is that Jesus came to fulfill the Old Testament prophecies
Focuses on the image of Jesus as a suffering servant; Very choppy unrefined style; written to people suffering persecution in Rome
Includes an infancy narrative; Details Christ's conception and birth so he may have spoken directly to Mary; an Evangelist who shows that Jesus was the savior for all, particularly the poor and the outcasts
Was an Apostle;Last to be written; about 100 AD; Not a synoptic Gospel because of the poetic form; stood at the foot of the Cross and focuses on Jesus' divinity; wrote the Book of Revelation and three New Testament Epistles
The Prologue of Joh's Gospel
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God"
The Words of Herod to the Magi
"Go search diligently for the child. When you have found him, bring me word that I too may
go and do him homage"
The Prophecy of Isaiah fulfilled by Jesus
"Behold, the virgin shall be with child and bear a son, and they shall name him
"Blessed be the Lord God of Israel for He has visited and redeemed His people"
Gabriel speaks to Joseph in a dream
"Son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary, your wife, into your home"
The Magnificat; Mary's song of Joy
"My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God, my Savior"
Jesus speaks to his parents in the temple
"Why were looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father's house."
"Behold I am the handmaid of the Lord, let it be done to me according to your word"
Elizabeth's greeting to Mary
"Blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your womb"
The Babies killed during the Massacre of innocents
Martyrs because they died for Christ
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