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There are three returns to Jerusalem following its destruction. The three men who led the returns at different times are:
Zerubbabel, Ezra & Nehemiah
The prophet ______ confronted David with the sin he committed with Bathsheba.
David's reign lasted for _______ Years.
the first half of 2 Samuel deals with David's __________ while the second half records his ___________.
Triumphs & Troubles
The three main characters found in first Samuel are
Samuel, Shawl & David
Provide the name # of tribes and capital for the southern kingdom
Judah, 2 & Jerusalem
Provide the name # of tribes and capital for the northern kingdom
Israel, 10 & Samaria
the Prophet ___________ wrote nothing and was known for his deeds. the New Testament speaks more of him than any other prophet.
the book of 2 kings is the book of _____________. the northern Kingdome goes into _____________ captivity while the southern kingdom goes into _______________captivity.
Captivity, Assyrian & Babylonian
___________ and ____________ are often read and studied together in Hebrew life and focuses on the return of the "remnant" to Jerusalem.
Ezra & Nehemiah
The central message of both books of chronicles is
the story of ______________ is how god's people were about to be destroyed but God used a person at the right time to save them.
Esther introduces the feast of _____________ which is the only feast not based on the Law of Moses and celebrates the slaughter of 75,000 enemies of Israel.
Feast of Purim
__________ was the last of the kings to reign over a united Hebrew kingdom.
An important fact concerning the Book of Joshua is that it concludes the ___________ story.
______________ ______________ is the name given by the Hebrews to the section of the books from Joshua through Kings.
the story of Ruth , _______ is a picture of Christ.
The book of Ruth belongs to the time period of
______________ was the reason that Naomi moved with her family from her true homeland.
"Every man did what was right in his own eye" is the theme that consumes the book of
A _____________ ___________ is one who would take a widow of a distant relative as a wife instead of the next-of-kin under the levirate marriage law.
The period of Judges reflects a time of _____________ ____________ for the people of Israel.
sinful failures of man Forgiveness of god
The nation of __________ is the central focus when it comes to the Book of Joshua
________ cities of refuge were established for the purpose of protection for those who had committed "sins of ignorance" or unintentional wrongs.
Two spies entered Jericho promising the prostitute ________ that they would spare her life because of the protection she had given them.
The historical period of the judges lasted _______ years and their terms overlapped.
__________ appeared in the Messianic line of Christ and was the great grandmother of David.
The military campaign to conquer the land god promised to Israel was done in ___________ phases.
The defeat of Israel at Ai was caused by ___________ who failed to abide by all that God had commanded.
the function of judges was more than judicial. Their three other roles were:
Political, Military & Spiritual
The book of Exodus could be studied under three major headings:
Exodus, Law & Tabernacle
The ten commandments can be divided into two sections:
1. The first section is man's relationship to God
2. The second section is man's relation ship with man.
The main theme of Leviticus is ______________
Holiness Worship & Living
The book of Numbers deals with two generations if Israelites. The out of ___________ generation and the into ____________ generation.
Egypt & Canaan
the clearest statement of monotheism can be found in Deuteronomy 6:4-9 which to the Hebrews is known as the
Deuteronomy is known as the book of _____________to the new generation.
The ark of the covenant was placed in the tabernacle in a place where only the priest could go once a year. inside the ark were three important items. the were:
Stone Tablets, the Mana & Aarons Rod
The importance of the tabernacle may be understood in that it symbolizes God's
Presence, Holiness, Faithfulness & Forgiveness
Of the numerous sacrifices in Leviticus , one was mandatory and offered once a year on the day of _________
Deuteronomy is composed of the final three messages of _______ before the Israelites are to enter Cnaan.
The three reasons for the giving of the laws:
1. What is right and what is not.
2. Exposes and identifies what sin is.
3. Reviles the holiness and power of god.
another name for the ten commandments is
Exodus devotes more room to the description of the _________________ than any other single subject.
All ten plagues against Egypt were an assault on its ________ structure.
The tenth plague lead to the establishment of the Jewish _____________ and was an opportunity for Israel to publicly show that they believed the promises of God.against Egypt were an assault on its _____________ structure
What is the purpose of Exodus
God taking the family of Abraham and transforming the family into the nation of Israel for his purpose of world redemption.
God in his own mysterious way working in the fabric of human history to bring into human reality his plan for mankind.
How did providence work in Moses life (4 ways)
1. Pharos daughter preserved him from death, preserved from death as an infant
2. Jochebed nursed her own son
3. Moses becomes the son of Pharos, raised in pharos palace
4. Moses flees to Midian
Jehovah is the same as
God gives Moses the ability to do three different things
Snake, leprous and speech
What plagues had a lengthy warning
1 - 4 - 7
What plagues had a shorter warning
2 - 5 - 8
What plagues had a no warning
3 - 6 - 9
All plagues demonstrate
2. Scope (Far Reaching)
What are the four points of the mosaic covenant
1. Gods act of deliverance from Egypt
2. depends on the nation of Israel
3. Claims the covenant for himself
4. offers Israel a special place
1st commandment You shall have no other gods before Me. Key word
2nd commandment You shall not make for yourself a carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. Key word
3rd commandment You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, key word
4th commandment Remember the Sabbath day, key word
5th commandment Honor your father and your mother key word
6th You shall not murder key word
7th commandment you shall not commit adultery. Key word
8th commandment You shall not steal. Key word
9th Commandment You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. key word
10th commandment key word
to desire something belonging to another
What is the symbolism of the tabernacle
1. The presence of god
2. The holiness of god
3. represents the fitfulness of god
4 the forgiveness of god
1. Sacrificial system (5 sacrifices, 1 mandatory Day of attornment forgives sins for the year)
2. Ceremonial Purity
3. Mora Purity - all about maintaining holiness
Numbers What 6 things were the spies to look for
1. how strong are the people
2. how many people
3. how is the land
4. live in tents or strongholds
5. is it wooded
6. bring back some fruit.
Numbers What did 2 spies report
1. land is prosperous
2. People were strong
3. Fortified cities
Joshua and Kaleb said they could take it with gods help
Numbers god pardons with consequences
1. People over 20 will die in the wilderness
2. Joshua and Kaleb would be allowed to enter into the land of promise
3. people were to wonder in the wilderness until 1 day after Moses prayer
4. all spies would wonder in the wilderness or 40 years
5. Under 20 will be allowed to go into promised land
6. The 10 spies will die by some sort of plague
The book of Deuteronomy has to do with the last ________ days of the 40 years.
What were the three sermons of Moses
1. Acts of God - Encourages people to be faithful to the covenant
2. laws of God
3. The Covenant
Moses declares that the greatest danger they face is forgetting about god. What are the three reasons
1. human Nature
3. Man is unstable
What does the end of Deuteronomy document
The death of Moses
Who becomes the leader after Moses
What three campaigns does Joshua conquer the land
1. Conquers Jericho & Ai
2. southern Campaign
3. Northern campaign
Where was all the bounty from Jericho to go
How many kings fell in the southern campaign
How many kings fell in the northern campaign
What were the differences between Joshua and Judges
Joshua-People were on an upward spiritual trend Judges-Downward spiritual trend
Joshua-One man prominent
Judges-No one is promenade
Joshua-Israel was in its infancy
Judges-Israel as an adult
Joshua-victory conquered the land
Joshua-Feudality and truthful
Judges-Apostasy turned away from god
how many different Judges
Period of Judges
200 years 410
what are the 6 points of sin
1. sin in each cycle
5. sinful failures of man
6. forgetfulness of god
Who was the great great grandmother of David
Who was the great grandmother of David
What are the three requirements to be kinsman Redeemed
1. willing to redeem
2. must be kinsman relative
3. must have the power or means
What are the three titles of Samuel
last of the judges
First of the new prophets
Third anointer of kings
Who was the first king of Israel
lasted 250 years
19 kings-7 different families
Lost track of it
The period of history from Joshua through Ester is
book of captivity
lasted 390 years
20 kings-1 family (David)
book of kings
-Deals from a prophetic perspective (judgement)
-Wars were prominent
-fortune of the throne
-Record of Israel and Juda
-Mortality the issue
book of cornicles
-deals from a priestly perspective (Hope)
-temple is prominent
-continuation of the Davidic line
-Deals with Judah only
What does the temple symbolize
Unity of the nation
High calling of the nation
Gods presets with his people
Remnant - Zerubbabel in the first return
-50K to Jerusalem
-rebuild the temple
Remnant - Ezra in the second return
Teach the law to the people
Remnant - Nehemiah in the third return
Build the walls
What is the only book not found with the red sea scrolls
What does the book of Esther teach
Providence of god.