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8th gr Bible Unit Re

8th Grade Bible Unit Review Who Am I

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I spoke out against God's people holding back tithes and offerings. Malachi
I told Israel that their worship and religion were unacceptable to God, and it make Him sick. Amos
I preached a lot about the punishments and blessings of the day of the Lord. Zephaniah
When I preached to the people of the capital of Assyria, they repented. Jonah
One of the great lessons I learned was that God is in control and that He is faithful. Habakkuk
Some of the things going on among God's people about which I complained were the offering of lame and blind sacrifices, the boredom of the people with worshiping god, and the large number of divorces. Malachi
God told me to marry a prostitute. Hosea
I foretold that Christ would be born in Bethlehem. Micah
My message to Zerubbabel was, "not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, says the Lord of hosts". Zechariah
The most important lesson you can learn from my story is the God loves all nations and forgives all who repent. Jonah
I wrote about my many visions and what they meant for the remnant of God's people. Zephaniah
Peter quoted from my prophecy on the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2. Joel
I was the last Old Testament prophet, completing my service around 400 BC. Malachi
After I had left Hosea and treated him badly, he still loved me and bought me back. Gomer
One lesson you can learn from my prophecy is that the only group of people who need to fear God's wrath is His enemies. Nahum
My main message was, "The day of the Lord is near!" Zephaniah
I wrote that Edom's problem was too much pride. Obadiah
I wrote that what God requires of us is that we act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God. Micah
My main message was, "Prepare to meet your God." Amos
I used the locust plague of my day as an illustration of God's coming judgment. Joel
I was one of the prophets who preached to the remnant kingdom. (3 men) Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi
Because Israel committed spiritual adultery by going after other gods, I told them to return to the Lord and confess their sins. Hosea
God told me to go to Nineveh and preach. Jonah
I was one of the prophets who urged Zerubbabel to get busy rebuilding the temple. Zechariah & Haggai
I predicted the fall of Nineveh 130 years after the revival under Jonah Nahum
Predicted that God will send Elisha Malachi
had 3 kids, Loami, Li (awk names) Hosea
Make your priorities, my priorities Haggai
Told by God to "rend your heart and not your garments" Joel
Ran from God Jonah
Encouraged God's people (urged) to keep building Zechariah
Who asked God "how long until you punish evil"? Habakkuk
Who foretold that Christ will come about in another prophet? Zechariah
Check your attitude Obadiah
For 3 points...God knows your sin, God plans punishment, promises rescue Micah
God forgives over and over Hosea
Wrote about many visions Zechariah
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