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7th Bible Exam
Terms in this set (27)
Joel's message was directed to
The kingdom of Judah and to Jerusalem
How many tribes were in the Northern Kingdom?
Why did God save the kingdom of Judah?
Jesus would be born from the tribe of Judah
The Christological purpose of the book of Joel is:
Christ will judge the nations, give them the Holy Spirit, and be the Refuge and Stronghold for His people.
Amos's job was:
a shepherd from Tekoa, near Bethlehem
Amos directed his message to:
the ten northern tribes
The book of Amos was written in this form:
three oracles, three sermons, and six visions of judgment and restoration
The doctrinal purpose of Amos
teaches God's hatred of evil, His jealousy for His own good, and the sanctity of His law.
The Christological purpose of Amos
presents Christ as the rebuilder of David's Tabernacle and the husbandman of His people
The book of Hosea is written to
the northern tribes of Israel
The Christological purpose of the book of Hosea
is that Jesus is the One who will ransom us from the dead and the One who loves us compassionately
The name Hosea means
Hosea's unfaithful wife's name was
Hosea loved his wife even though she was unfaithful,
just as God loved the disobedient Israelites
The name Isaiah means
Jehovah is salvation
The name Micah means
who is like Jehovah
The book of Isaiah
is like a miniature Bible (be ready to explain why)
Isaiah prophesied during the reigns of
these 4 kings of Judah (list 2)
The Christological purpose of Isaiah
will be explained by you!
The book of Micah is like
a miniature book of Isaiah
Micah prophesied to
both Judah and Israel
The Christological purpose of the book of Micah
is that Christ is the God of Jacob and the ruler of Israel who will be born in the city of Bethlehem
The name Jonah means
The capital of the Assyrian empire
The destruction that Jonah wished for was predicted by this prophet over 150 years after Jonah.
be ready to answer questions about Jonah. Read Jonah 1-4.
On this test, you will answer an essay question about Jonah, one about your favorite verse you learned and why it was your favorite, and one about Bible class this year. Correct grammar, punctuation, and paragraph structure are a must!