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1) The Tower of Babel After the flood men moved eastward and settled on a plain in Shinar, that is Babylonia, and attempted to build a city and a tower that would reach to Heaven. Babel means confused.
2) Abram in Egypt and Sarai with the Pharaoh Driven by famine to Egypt, Abraham finds respite with Pharaoh. Fearing Sarai’s beauty might jeopardize his life in Pharaoh’s midst, Abram presented Sarai as his sister.
3) The Rivalry of Sarai and Hagar The childless Sarai gave her servant Hagar to Abram as a concubine. Ishmael embittered Sarah, who was fearful of a co-inheritance with Isaac Hagar, near death from dehydration, was saved by an angel who promised a great future for her son.
4) God Calls Abraham to Sacrifice Isaac Abraham is commanded to sacrifice Isaac, his only son, as a burnt offering on one of the mountains of Moriah.
5) Joseph’s Dreams First Dream: first taking place in a field where all his brothers’ bound sheaves stoop down to Joseph’s upright sheaf; Second Dream: the second involving the sun, moon and stars bowing down to him. These dreams prophesied of his future power.
6) Joseph Sold into Slavery Joseph was sent by his father to visit his brothers, who were tending the flocks in Dothan. He is sold for twenty shekels of silver to a caravan of Ishmaelite’s headed to Egypt. In Egypt Joseph is sold to Potiphar, one of Pharaoh’s officials.
7) Pharaohs Dream’s, Joseph’s Interpretation and his Solution During the seven years of plenty Joseph gathered grain, and then all the countries came to Egypt during the famine to buy grain and the Egyptians themselves became the property of Pharaoh.
8) Joseph’s desire for Burial Trusting God’s promise to bring them into the Land of Canaan, the dying Joseph made his brothers swear to carry his bones into Canaan. This promise was observed during the Exodus when they carried his bones burying them in the land of Joseph’s inheritance
9) The 10 Plagues: 1. The plague of blood 2. The p of frogs 3. The p of gnats 4. The p of flies 5. The p on livestock 6. The p of boils 7. The p of hail 8. The p of locusts 9. The p of darkness 10. The death of the firstborn
10) The First Passover Instituted by God to commemorate the deliverance of the Israelites from Egyptian bondage and the sparing of their firstborn when the destroying angel struck down the firstborn of the Egyptians.
11) The Waters of Marah The first Israelite camp after the Red Sea. The water was so bitter Israel could not drink it. They began to grumble against Moses, who then, under divine direction, threw a piece of wood into the water making it sweet.
12) Moses Receives the Ten Commandments (both times) These commandments were first given in their written form to the people of Israel when they were encamped at Sinai, about fifty days after they came out of Egypt.
13) The Account of the Golden Calf It was destroyed at the command of Moses, who grinded it to a powder and made the Israelites drink it.
14) Aaron’s Staff Buds After the rebellion of Korah, Dathan and Abiram against the leadership of Moses at God’s command, Moses directs that twelve almond rods be placed within the Tent of the Testimony. Aaron's rod had budded never again questioning Aaron's priestly right.
15) The Bronze Snake When God punished the murmurs of the Israelites in the wilderness by sending among them venomous snakes who bit the people and many died.
16) The Reubenites, Gadites and the half tribe of Manasseh are given the land east of the Jordan After the conquest over King Sihon and King Og, Moses granted this request, but they still had to fight in the Promised Land.
17) The Cities of Refuge These men were to be allowed to return home in peace after the death of the high priest.
18) The Three Great Feasts (1/3) (1.) Passover – The chief of the three annual festivals of the Jews. It is called also the "feast of unleavened bread,” because during its celebration no leavened bread was to be eaten or kept in the household.
19) The Three Great Feasts (2/3) (2.) Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) – Aka "the day of the first fruits." Purpose: completion of the grain harvest. "two leavened loaves" made from the new grain of the completed harvest, which, with two lambs, were waved before the Lord as a thank offering.
20) The Three Great Feasts (3/3) (3.) Feast of Tabernacles –Aka the "feast of ingathering.” Right after the harvest. People left their homes and lived in booths formed of the branches of trees. Purpose: memorial of the wilderness wanderings and to be a harvest thanksgiving
21) Joshua to Succeed Moses He became Moses' aide and accompanied him part of the way when he ascended Mount Sinai to receive the two tables. God chooses Joshua and so Moses, before his death, publicly appointed Joshua with authority over the people as his successor.
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