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1. Mount Moriah Located in Jerusalem. It is where the Lord appeared to David and where Solomon built the Temple. This is where Abraham offered Isaac as a sacrifice.
2. Valley of Berakah This means, “blessings.” Victory over Moab and Ammon. God answered the Israelites prayers by stirring up the enemies to kill each other and then allowing His people to plunder much more than what was possible to collect – “blessings!”
3. Babylon The city where the men and women of Judah were taken captive after the destruction of Jerusalem.
4. Susa The city where Esther became queen and saved the Jews from genocide. Nehemiah and Daniel lived here during the Babylonian captivity.
5. Uz The land where Job lived.
1. The Ark Brought Into the Temple After Solomon finished building the Temple, he brought the ark to Jerusalem. The Levites brought the Ark into the inner sanctuary of the temple, the Most Holy Place, and suddenly, the Temple was filled with the cloud of the glory of God.
2. Solomon’s Dedication of the Temple After building the Temple and saying a prayer of dedication, fire came down from Heaven and consumed the burnt offering and sacrifices as the glory of the Lord filled the Temple.
3. The Death of Jehoiada at 130 Years Old The priest who died at the age of 130 years old and was buried with the kings in the City of David because of the good he had done in Israel for God and His Temple.
4. King Hezekiah Opening of the Temple In the first month of his reign, he opened and repaired the doors of the Temple of the Lord. The priest brought out of the Temple everything unclean and the Levites took it to Kidron Valley. So the service of the Temple was reestablished.
5. King Hezekiah’s Celebration of the Passover He invited all Israel to the Temple to celebrate the Passover. “There was great joy in Jerusalem, for since the days of Solomon son of David King of Israel there had been nothing like [the Passover Celebration] in Jerusalem.” (2 Chronicles 30:26)
6. King Hezekiah’s Illness Brought him at the point of death. He prayed to God to spare him. God cured the deadly boil and Hezekiah lived 15 more years.
7. The Destruction of Jerusalem God sent many messengers to His people but since they would not listen but in fact were mocked and scoffed – there was “no remedy.” (2 Chronicles 36:16) God brought up against them Nebuchadnezzar, King of the Babylonians.
8. Jeremiah’s 70 Year Prophecy Jeremiah prophecies Jeremiah 29:10 and Daniel 9:1-2. 70 year prophecy. This date is taken from 606BC when Daniel was taken into captivity till the first year of King Cyrus in 536BC. (There were three exiling’s – 606BC, 597BC and 586BC.)
9. Rebuilding the Foundation of the Temple Returning from Babylon to Jerusalem, the Israelites were led by Zerubabbel the governor and Jeshua, the High Priest. After foundation laid, the older people wept aloud while the others shouted for joy. “The sound was heard far away!” (Ezra 3:13)
10. Completion of the Temple The Temple was completed in 516 BC spurred on by the preaching of the prophets Haggai and Zechariah.
11. Ezra’s Prayer About Intermarriage and the People’s Confession of Sin The leaders of Jerusalem came to Ezra to notify him that the people of Israel had intermarried with othe (Ezra 9:1) Upon hearing this, Ezra tore his tunic and cloak and even pulled hair from his head and beard. He sat “appalled” (Ezra 9:4) the entire day.
12. Nehemiah’s Prayer for the Remnant of Jerusalem For days Nehemiah mourned and fasted and prayed after hearing the news that the wall of Jerusalem remained broken down and its gates still in disrepair. Nehemiah broken saw himself as unfaithful, since he was not among the Jewish exiles in Jerusalem.
13. Rebuilding the Wall: The Plan Nehemiah inspects the wall and develops a plan to rebuild it. Nehemiah then appointed different groups to rebuild each of the sections of the wall – from gate to gate. After much opposition, the wall is completed in just 52 days.
14. The Opposition Building the Wall Nehemiah fought with prayer and “posted a guard day and night to meet this threat.” (Nehemiah 4:9)
15. Neglect of the House of God: No Tithe Nehemiah discovers people not giving their tithes and that the Levites returned to their fields, thus stopping ministering at the Temple. Nehemiah rebukes, “Why is the house of God neglected?” (Nehemiah 13:11) After this, all repent
16. Casting the “Pur” (Lot) for the Date of the Annihilation of the Jews on Adar Haman cast lots for the month and day of the annihilation of the Jews – the 13th day of the month of Adar.
17. Purim A two-day Jewish holiday that commemorates the saving of the Jewish people that was set by casting the “pur.”
18. Job’s Friends Advice Verses Elihu’s Advice Eliphaz- must have sinned so confess. Bildad- confess so that his suffering would stop. Zophar- he deserves more punishment than he is receiving and advises him to repent. Elihu- God was using his suffering to teach, discipline and refine him.
19. The Blessings at the Latter Part of Job’s Life Versus the Early Years The latter part of Job’s life was blessed more than the former part. After his sufferings, Job was blessed exactly double of what he had in the former part of his life. As well, God gave another seven sons and three daughters.
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