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INSTE I:3 OT Week 14


Means "a departure" Exodus
Contains the priestly laws Leviticus
Is the "second law" Deuteronomy
The book of beginnings Genesis
"In the desert" Numbers
The Tabernacle Exodus
From Sinai to the Jordan Numbers
Contains 2 universal covenants Genesis
The 3 discourses of Moses Deuteronomy
Written by Moses Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
The Jews called the law of Moses, the Torah or the five fifths of the law.
Abraham's entrance into Canaan 2091
Israel's entrance into Egypt 1876
The Exodus 1446
David, King in Hebron 1010
Abraham's entrace into Canaan (Year) 2091
Israel's entrance into Egypt (Year) 1876
The Exodus (Year) 1446
David, King in Hebron (Year) 1010
The division of the kingdom (Year) 931
The captivity of Israel (Year) 722
The 1st and 2nd captivities of Judah (Years) 606 & 597
The destruction of Jerusalem 586
Nehemiah builds the walls 445
The end of the OT 432
4 events of the 2 parts of Genesis Creation, Fall, Flood, Tower of Bable
4 Important Personalities in Genesis Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph
Where are the 10 commandments found? Exodus 20 & Deuteronomy 5
The 10 Commandments No other Gods, no idols, do not misuse the name of the Lord, remember the Sabbath, honor your FA & MO, no murder, no adultry, no stealing, no false testimony, no coveting
3 obligatory feasts of Leviticus 1. Unleavened Bread (Passover); 2. Weeks (Pentecost); 3. Tabernacles
Who was the last judge and first prophet of Israel? Samuel
Where was David anointed king of Judah? Hebron
How long did David reign there? 7 and one-half years
How long did David reign over all of Israel? 33 years
The Northern Kingdom Israel
The Southern Kingdom Judah
Continued the lineage of David Judah
None of its kings were good. Israel
Carried into captivity in 722 BC Israel
Destroyed by Babylon Judah
Destroyed by Assyria Israel
The kingdom where Elijah and Elisha prophesied Israel
Destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar Judah
It existed 209 years as a kingdom Israel
Taken into captivity in 586 BC Judah
The kingdom that lasted 135 years longer than the other kingdom Judah
The main characteristic of Hebrew poetry is parallelism of thought
A thought expressed through a figure in one of the phrases and the meaning of the figure is stated in the second phrase Emblematic
A thought is expressed by means of contrast with another thought. (Mainly used in Proverbs) Antithetic
The same thought is repeated in nearly the same words. Synonymous
The second phrase completes or amplifies the thought of the first. Synthetic
Job deals with the subject of theodicy, that is the justice of God in relationship to the suffering of the righteous
As literature, Job is an epic drama
Job's comforter's were Eliphaz, Bildad, Zophar
According to Job, the answer to the problem of the suffering of the righteous is One must trust in the fact that God is just and good and leave judgement in His hands.
Which book corresponds to the Feast of Passover Song of Songs
Which book corresponds to the Feast of Pentecost Ruth
Which book corresponds to the Destruction of Jerusalem Lamentations
Which book corresponds to the Feast of Tabernacles Ecclesiastes
Which book corresponds to the Feast of Purim Esther
The book of Psalms is divided into how many parts? 5
Each section of Psalms ends in a Doxology
A proverb is a brief and expressive saying that proclaims wisdom
Why are they called the Major Prophets? Because of the length of the books.
Where did Daniel and Ezekiel prophesy? In exile (Babylonian & Persian empires)
What did Ezekiel and Jeremiah have in common? They were both priests
Which of the 3 Major Prophets were contemporaries? Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel
Which Major Prophet mentions Daniel in his book? Ezekiel
Which of the prophets calls Daniel "a righteous man" Ezekiel
WHat was Daniel's profession? A statesman
Which of these was/ere of royal blood? Daniel & possibly Isaiah
Which prophet was taken into captivity in 606 BC? Daniel
Which prophet was taken into captivity in 597 BC? Ezekiel
Which prophet did not marry as a sign of the imminent fall of Jerusalem? Jeremiah
Who was married to a prophetess? Isaiah
Whose wife died the same day Jerusalem fell? Ezekiel
The weeping prophet Jeremiah
"The little Bible" Isaiah
"The Holy One of Israel" Isaiah
Uses many literary figures and symbols Jeremiah
One portion of the book was written in Aramaic Daniel
Announced that the exile would last for 70 years. Jeremiah
Prophesied that Cyrus would permit the Jews to return to Jerusalem Isaiah
"You will know that I am the Lord" Ezekiel
His prophecies have much in common with the book of Revelation Ezekiel and Daniel
The prophecy of the seventy weeks Daniel
"The son of man" is a phrase which appears often Ezekiel
The valley of dry bones Ezekiel
Hosea God's love toward his unfaithful people
Joel The great day of the Lord
Amos The imminent judgement of Israel
Obadiah God's just retribution of Edom
Jonah The universality of the Gospel
Micah The 2 comings of the Messiah
Nahum The destruction of Nineveh
Habakkuk The just will live by faith
Zephaniah A warning of judgement against Jerusalem
Haggai The temple and personal priorities
Zechariah God is for His people. The Messiah.
Malachi A call to repent and turn to God.
Which 3 minor prophets prophesied in Israel Jonah, Amos, Hosea
Which 6 minor prophets prophesied in Judah Obadiah, Joel, Micha, Nahum, Zephaniah, Habakkuk
Which 3 minor prophets prophesied in the Restoration Zachariah, Haggai, Malachi
The only prophet God sent to a foreign Land. Jonah
The contemporary of Isaiah Micah
The comtemporaties of Jeremiah Nahum, Zephaniah, Habakkuk
Prophesied the destruction of Edom Obadiah
"The righteous will live by his faith" Habakkuk
Predicted the outpouring of the HS on the Day of Pentecost Joel
Predicts the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem Micah
150 years after Jonah, he predicted the destruction of Nineveh Nahum
Like Isaiah and Daniel, he could have been of royal lineage Zephaniah
The two announced the "day of the Lord" Joel, Zephaniah
"For 3 sins . . .even 4, I will not turn back [my wrath] Amos
The prophet from Tekoa in Judah sent to Israel Amos
HIs marriage illustrated the sad relationship between Israel and God. Hosea
He encouraged the Jews to continue with the work of reconstructing the temple Haggai, Zechariah
The longest of the minor prophet books Zechariah
Of the books of the Minor Prophets, it has the most Messianic prophecies Zechariah
The structure follows a pattern of 1) Accusation; 2) Interrogation; 3) Refutation Malachi
Tithes Malachi
Fasting Zechariah
Created by: ymoseley



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