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Revelation

The act of God making known to humans His nature and other truths

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What was the real problem in the Fall of Man

Questioning God

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What was the sign of Gods promise in the Noahic Covenant

Rainbows

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Ex nihilo

Out of nothing god spoke creation into existence

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God sewed what together to make clothing for Adam and Eve

Animal skins

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When did God declare war on Satan

After the fall of Man

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God created men and women _____ but gave them different ______

Equally
Roles

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Man and women are meant to _____ each other

Complement

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Man is supposed to be

The head of the household

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Woman is supposed to be the

Helper

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Man must exercise loving ________ over woman while the woman was to extend glad ______ to man

Authority
Submission

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Biblical view of work

Work is a gift from God
Work was designed to satisfy you
Mankind was made to work
Mankind works because God works

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Gods Plan of Redemption

Creation
Choice and Consequence
Cleansing
Confusion
Chosen
Christ/Cross
Church
Consummation

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Who obeyed God and preached for 120 years

Noah

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Who murdered his brother

Cain

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Who distorted Gods word while correcting the serpent

Eve

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Who brought the acceptable offering

Abel

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Who was to have his head crushed by the coming seed

Satan

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Who could have made a choice but sin crouched at the door

Eve

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Who blamed God when confronted about their sin

Adam

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In response to God-given consequences they said my punishment is greater than I can bear

Cain

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Caused a doubt in Gods word

Satan

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Was caused to be a wanderer

Cain

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Two types of revelation from God and give an example of each

General=creation is an example
Special= scriptures are an example

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Three consequences that resulted from the fall of Man

Women have pain in childbirth
Ground is cursed men must work harder
Family life is marred women don't want to accept role

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Three descriptions of mans condition prior to flood

Violence
Corruption
Polygamy
Murder

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Define free will

The ability to make an unforced decision between two or more alternatives

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Why did God ask Adam and Eve questions when he already knew the answers to

God was trying to give Adam and Eve a chance to own up to their sin before he punished them. This shows that he really cares about them

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Why did God rest on the creative week

He was satisfied

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What did God promise In the Noahaic covenant

God promised to never wipe out all life on the earth as he did probably meaning worldwide flood

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Through Abrams _____ he was counted as righteous

Faith

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What represents israels part of the covenant God established with Abraham

Curcumcision

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Why did God choose Abram

To show his sovereign choice. God can use ordinary people like us

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When did God choose the inheritor of isaacs sons

While they were still in the womb

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God has what kind of purpose

Sovereign

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He has the power to make all things ultimately serve His _______

Glory

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God will eventually ____ the wrong done and _____ the right

Avenge
Honor

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Four promises given to Abram in the Abrahamic covenant

I will make you a great nation.
I will bless you.
I will curse those who curse you and bless those those who bless you.
I will give this land to your offspring

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How is Isaac a type of Christ

Both carry their sacrificial wood
Both were dearly loved by their fathers

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Describe the call of Abraham what did God ask of him and how did he respond

God asked him to leave his family and home and go to a strange land. Abraham immediately obeyed in faith

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What covenant is the most binding of covenants describe it

It is called the blood covenant. Animals are cut in half and the pieces are placed across from each other both parties would then walk in between the pieces

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When Sarai grew impatient with gods timing what did she suggest to abram
What was the outcome

She told Abram to sleep with Hagar and get a son that way
The outcome was Ishmael whose descendants are Arabsthe bible said he would be a wild donkey of a man

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Describe Abrahams test. How did he respond

Abrahams test first offer his son Isaac as a sacrifice. Abraham obeyed without question he knew God would keep his promise possibly through resurrection

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What is the difference between God's choice a man's choice

God's choice is always perfect and never afford it always results in good. However man's choice is never perfect and often flawed it results in good or evil

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What is a type

An event person or action in the Old Testament that foreshadows an event person or action in the NT

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What is exodus a picture of

Leaving the life of sin and journeying to the promised land

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What happened when Moses made excuses

God redirected his focus to Him (God)

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Did pharaoh have the ability to let Israel go bc the lord hardened his heart?

Yes he could but he was less inclined

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Gods law regarding murder extends to

Hatred

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All rules and instructions from God are

Meant for our good and to being him glory

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How is death avoided

Through the shedding of blood

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Christ is the ___ of God consider Passover

Lamb

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What were the purposes of the plagues

To display Gods power and sovereignty over pharaoh and the gods of Egypt
To strengthen the faith of Israel so they would trust and obey him
To create anticipation and appreciation of the blessings he would provide
To demonstrate how dive sovereignty works with human choices
To display how God hands people over to the consequences of their sin when they continue to pursue them

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The Ten Commandments revealed

The character of God

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The Ten Commandments defined

Gods expectations for a nation on their way to the promised land thereafter

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The Ten Commandments were the "______ ______" expectations they were never meant to be misinterpreted or misunderstood

Bottom line

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Give two examples of how Moses parallels Christ or is seen as a type

Both were saved in the killing of infant boys
Both were seen as sacrifice

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List two excuses have God he was called to go pharaoh

Who am I?
What if they ask who sent me?

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Theme of exodus

The redemption of gods people

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What was the question asked by pharaoh that God answered through the then plagues

Who is the Lord that I should obey him?

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Why are we not permitted to murder

All human life is a representation of God we are precious bc we're made in Gods image

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Ten Commandments in order

1. You shall have no other gods before me
2. You shall not make graven images
3. Do not say the Lords name in vain
4. Remember the sabbath for worship and rest
5. Honor your father and mother
6. Do not murder
7. Do not commit adultery
8 do not steal
9 do not bear false witness
10 do not covet

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God demanded to be worshipped alone because he is what type of god

Jealous God

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What tribe did the priests come from

Levite

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High priests were descendants of who

Aaron

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What event solidified Joshua's leadership before the people of Israel

The crossing of the Jordan river

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Significance of rahab

She was in the lineage of Christ

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What occurred as soon as Israel set up camp in the promised land and observed the Passover

The manna ceased to appear

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Who took items under ban causing Israel to suffer defeat at Ai

Achan

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What nation tricked Israel into making a treaty with them by pretending to be a traveling envoy from a distant country

Gibeonites

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What tribe didn't receive land in the promised land

Levi

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An annual sacrifice made for the sins of the nation occurred on what day

Day of atonement

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Burnt offering

Voluntary

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Grain/meal offering

Voluntary

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Guilt offering

Mandatory

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Peace offering

Voluntary

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Sin offering

Mandatory

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What is worship

A response to god because of who He is and what He has done
It's relationship rather than ritual
It's active not passive
It is a lifestyle

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Explain the day of atonement

Sacrifices performed by the high priest
Sacrifices were performed in the tabernacle
Blood sprinkled of the ark of covenant
On this day Israel as a nation was required to fast

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How many spies checked out the promised land how long were they there

12
40

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How many spies reported that the land was flowing with milk and honey

12

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How many spies were scared and advised against taking the land

10

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How many spies had confidence in the lord and suggested taking he land

2

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Did God require the people of Israel to give contributions to the building and function of the Tabernacle

No it was freewill

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In what battles did God fight for his people

Jericho and defeating the amorous coalition

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What battle is an example of how sin greatly offends god and imapcats others

Defeat at Ai

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What shows that things go wrong when we fail to check with God

The treaty with Gibeon

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What event showed that humans shouldn't rely on earthly might to succeed

The northern campaign

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Why did God command Israel to hamstring the horses and burn the chariots after the northern campaign

So they would be of no use to enemies
So Israel would rely on God instead of items

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List three promised land commands expected if Israel as they settled the land

Drive out all nations
Do not adopt other religions
Do not intermarry

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What condition must a sacrificial animal be in

Perfect without blemish

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How did God punish the unbelieving generation who refused to enter the promised land what criteria did he use

God punish the unbelieving generation by making them wander in the wilderness for one year for every day the spies inspected the land. The spy scouted for 40 days so they wandered for 40 years

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How many times did the cycle of judges occur in the book of judges

7

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What did God call Samuel to be

Prophet

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How did Saul die

He killed himself

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Who was declared king of the north after sauls death

Ishbosheth

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What is the difference between a major and minor prophet

The length of their book

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Why was Solomons kingdom firmly established

Bc o davids effort

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David was in the _____ ______ at the ______ time

Wrong
Place
Wrong

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Did David know Bathsheba was married

Yes he still persisted

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Sin always has a

Consequence

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David was caught in a major

Web of deceit manipulation and abuse of power as he tries to hide his sin

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There is a definite difference between the character of ______ and ____

David Uriah

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David failed to attempted to cover up his sin and that led to

More sin

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Who was devoted to a lifelong service to the Lord before his birth

Samuel

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Who maintained an extremely close friendship with Jonathan

David

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Who was tormented by an event spirit

Saul

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Who was given the task of building the temple

Solomon

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Who was israels first king

Saul

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Israels greatest king

David

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Who expressed a desire to build a house for God

David

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Who functioned as the transit from judge to king

Samuel

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5 stages of the cycle of judges in order

1 sin
2 oppression
3 repentance
4 deliverance
5 peace

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Three guidelines to identifying true prophets o God

They speak in the name of the Lord
They are an Israelite
They make predictions that come true

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3 requirements for israels king established by God

Must be an Israelite
Must be chosen by God
Must write a copy of the law and read it everyday

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Two specific consequences of davids adultery and murder

His sin he had with Bathsheba died
"What he did in private would be done to him in public" his wives would be give to other man to have se with in public

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Describe the three anointings of David

1st anointing was for future king
2nd anointing was for king over Benjamin and Judah
3rd anointing was for king over all Israel

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List two of solomons failures as king over Israel

Trusted in material possessions and had too many wives and riches

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Why did Israel, as a nation, want to have a king


They wanted to be like all of the other nations

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Describe the two failures of Saul and the god given consequences

1. When Saul didn't wait for Samuel to sacrifice before war so he did it himself. This got the kingdom torn from him.
2. Sauls second failure was when he soared the amalekite king and the spoils of war bc of this He got the kingdom torn from him

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What did God promise David in the Davidic covenant

God promised that davids descendant will build the temp and God would build an eternal kingdom through David. Jesus fulfilled it

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What did solomon request when God said he could have whatever he wanted and why

He asked for wisdom to rule over Gods people and to be able to discern from right and wrong
He wanted to be a good king for Israel

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All of the kings in the northern and southern were measured by what standard

David

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After the split how many tribes were I. The northern kingdom

10

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How many tribes in the southern kingdom

2

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What was the northern kingdom called

Israel

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What was the southern kingdom called

Judah

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The southern kings were direct descendents of

David

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What did israel worship

Wealth

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What dominated israels thinking

Sex and pleasure

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What was placed above the needs of northern kingdoms people

Profit

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The northern kingdoms religious practice focused on _____ rather than _____

Man
God

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What did God judge the Northern kingdom for

For their sins

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What were the capitals of both kingdoms

North-Shechem
South_ Jerusalem

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What nations did God use to judge his people

North-Assyria
South- Babylon

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Why did the kingdom split give the story

The kingdom split bc jeroboam requested a decrease in labor from rehoboam however the request was refused and a threat to increase labor was given. Ask the nation split and declared jeroboam king in the north .

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Hi many kings in the north were considered good

0

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How many kings were considered good in the south

8

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What happened to the northern kingdom after Assyrian captivity

The north kingdoms was dispersed throughout Assyrian territories and lost their identity they became known as the Ten lost tribes of Israel.
A few remained in Israel and intermarried and became known as Samaritans

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What were conditions like in captivity for a He southern kingdom

They weren't all that bad they were given land that was good for farming they could engage in business, worship their own God, their king was treated well and the young men were given positions of authority

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How many times did Nebuchadnezzar lay seige to Jerusalem

3

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Who led the first return of Jews from Babylon

Zerubbabel

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Who led the second return of Jews from Babylon

Ezra

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Who led the third return of Jews from Babylon

Nehemiah

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What was the focus of the first return

Rebuild the temple

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What was your He focus of the second return

Reestablish worship

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What was the focus of the third return

Rebuild the city walls

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What is the focus of Matthew

Jesus as the king

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What is the focus of the gospel of mark

Jesus as a humble servant

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What is the focus of the gospel of Luke

Jesus as human

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What was the focus of the gospel of John

Jesus as the son o God

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What does gospel mean

Good news

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What are the synoptic gospels

Matthew mark Luke

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Who was Matthew

A tax collector

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Who was mark

Not a disciple
A traveling companion of Paul

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Who was Luke

Author of acts
The beloved physician
Not a disciple
The only non Jew author in the Bible
A traveling companion of Paul

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Who was John

Entrusted with care if Jesus mom
The disciple whom Jesus loved
Part of the inner circle
Authored a total of 5 NT books

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Why was the birth of Christ at the perfect time

The region was u see one govt Rome
Peace was throughout the land and rebellions were kept at a minimum

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3 purposes of Chris's miracles

To bring honor and glory to God
To show Jesus was God
To show Jeys how was truly a humble servant

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List two scriptural references to prove that Jesus was born of a virgin

Mary didn't have a husband so she didn't have sexual contact with a man at the time Jesus was out in her womb
Joseph didn't know her until Jesus was born

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Define a miracle

A supernatural event or phenomenon that denies the laws of nature and shows that God is the source of power

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What resulted from the incarnation in relation to the nature of Jesus

He was both perfect God and man he was the Godman he could sympathize with our weakness