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Bethel Advanced Class Concept Cards - All

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God created all things good Genesis 1
The exercise of dominion in human hands Genesis 1
Divine Intentions Genesis 2
The Fall Genesis 3
Brother's Keeper Genesis 4
The Flood Genesis 7
The Shem, Ham, Jepheth incident Genesis 9
Tower of Babel Genesis 11
Blessed to be a blessing Genesis 12
Separation within families (Abram-Lot) Genesis 13
Hagar & Ishmael Genesis 16
Circumcision Instituted Genesis 17
Moabite and Ammonite origin Genesis 19
Patriarch Isaac Genesis 21
Test of obedience Genesis 22
Deliberate ethnic separation (Isaac chooses Rebekah for wife) Genesis 24
Roots of Edom and Israel rivalry Genesis 25
Non-separation of Esau line Genesis 26
Deliberate ethnic separation (choice of Jacob's wife) Genesis 28
Origin of twelve tribes Genesis 30
The Dinah-Hamar incident Genesis 34
Patriarchal line continues in Jacob Genesis 35
Separation within families (Esau-Jacob) Genesis 36
Joseph's administrative ability, a blessing Genesis 41
Joseph preserves a remnant Genesis 45
Geographic separation in Goshen Genesis 47
Future courses of the twelve tribes Genesis 49
God can use evil for good Genesis 50
Oppression Exodus 1
Birth of Moses Exodus 2
God recognizes his peoples burdens Exodus 3
The excuses of Moses when faced with a challenge Exodus 4
The plagues in Egypt Exodus 7-11
"Let my people go" Exodus 8
The fleeting repentance of Pharaoh Exodus 9
The Passover feast instituted as a constant memorial Exodus 12
The number in Exodus Exodus 12
Feast as signs and memorials Exodus 13
Crossing the Red Sea Exodus 14
Murmuring against God, not man Exodus 16
Jethro's advice to Moses to delegate responsibility Exodus 18
Israel, a Kingdom of priests Exodus 19
Blessing of God had a condition attached Exodus 19
The Ten Commandments Exodus 20
The eye-for-an-eye code Exodus 21
Civil law for nomads Exodus 21-23
Instructions to build a tabernacle Exodus 25-27
God equips people for specific tasks (crafts ability) Exodus 31
The golden calf Exodus 32
"Who is on the Lord's side" Exodus 32
"Make no league with the inhabitants of this land" Exodus 34
Visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children Exodus 34
Construction of the tabernacle Exodus 36-39
God, a constant presence in Israel's midst Exodus 40
Food allowed and forbidden Leviticus 11
Separation of lepers Leviticus 13
Declaration of cleanliness from leprosy in jurisdiction of priests Leviticus 14
Day of atonement Leviticus 16
Scapegoat for sins and iniquities Leviticus 16
Sacrifices allowed only at tabernacle Leviticus 17
Life is in the blood Leviticus 17
Sabbatical year and year of jubilee Leviticus 25
Intricate Organization Numbers 2
Vow of the Nazirites Numbers 6
Aaronic benediction Numbers 6
Ark of Covenant and portable use Numbers 10
Jealousy of Miriam and Aaron Numbers 12
Spies sent to Canaan Numbers 13
Caleb's different spirit Numbers 14
Tassels and ribbons Numbers 15
Korah's rebellion Numbers 16
Rock and water incident Numbers 20
Edom refuses passage to Israel Numbers 20
The bronze serpent Numbers 21
Balaam's lesson Numbers 23
Star out of Jacob Numbers 24
Initial with Midianites Numbers 25
Second numbering Numbers 26
War as an instrument of God's vengence Numbers 31
The settlements of Rubuen, Gad, and Manasseh Numbers 32
Promise of land reiterated Numbers 33
Review of events from Horab to Moab Deuteronomy 1
Conquest of Sihon and Og Deuteronomy 2-3
Provisions for families during conquest Deuteronomy 3
Neiter add or take away from statutes Deuteronomy 4
Unique moral law makes Israel great Deuteronomy 4
What nation has a God so near Deuteronomy 4
What nation has such righteous statutes Deuteronomy 4
Exortation against pure nature worship Deuteronomy 4
Second decalogue Deuteronomy 5
God not to be tested Deuteronomy 6
Hebrew creed Deuteronomy 6
Ethnic separation demanded Deuteronomy 7
Man does not live by bread alone Deuteronomy 8
As man disciplines son so God disciplines Deuteronomy 8
Beware saying "My power, my might" Deuteronomy 8
Not because of your righteousness but because of their wickedness Deuteronomy 9
What does God require of you? Deuteronomy 10
Teach children the law Deuteronomy 11
Be not ensnared to follow them Deuteronomy 12
The law of the tithe Deuteronomy 14
The poor always with us Deuteronomy 15
Men give as they are able Deuteronomy 16
Origin of stoning the disobedient Deuteronomy 17
Free cities Deuteronomy 19
Peace offerings before war Deuteronomy 20
Laws concerning chastity Deuteronomy 22
Writing of divorcement Deuteronomy 24
Freedom for newlyweds Deuteronomy 24
Provisions for sojourner and widow Deuteronomy 24
Shall not muzzle the ox Deuteronomy 25
Blessings of obedience Deuteronomy 28
Consequences of disobedience Deuteronomy 28
Choose life Deuteronomy 30
It is no trifle it is your life Deuteronomy 32
Death of Moses Deuteronomy 34
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