VII Covenant and Timeline

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The covenant that God made with Abraham and developed through Moses was ratified under Joshua. In the process, God mapped out the entire history of the Jews for Moses as a prophecy. That prophecy forms the basis of the timeline along which we locate ourselves and our times as we await the return of Jesus Christ.

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VII Covenant and Timeline

  1. 1. VII. COVENANT AND TIMELINE f tion o c Produ OG A the sk op orksh y.com W o ennyh l www. In Which God Swears By Himself and Israel Ratifies the Pact
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  9. 9. In this ins tallment, I call two historical individua ls to testif Israel’s co y to ntract wit h God . Abraham entered into an unconditional contract with God on behalf of his offspring. He’ll outline its provisions. Moses delivered to the Israelites the covenant’s protocols (the Law). He then led them in a formal acceptance of that conditional covenant. Here we see the timeline of history’s essentially Jewish character.
  10. 10. ABRAHAM: GENESIS 12-15
  11. 11. ABRAHAM: GENESIS 12-15 ake me into hat He would m swore to me t “ God to bless me, od promised t nation. Me! G a grea d that I should e great and sai make my nam e w ou ld ble ss ing in turn. H ecome a bless b ho curse me. , curse those w who bless me those of the earth all the nations me, God said, In o was believe . All I had to d u ld be ble sse d sho or Canaan.” Ur and head f Him and leave
  12. 12. ABRAHAM: GENESIS 12-15 make me into that He would od swore to me “G d to bless me, ! God promise at nation. Me a gre that I should great and said ake my name m He would bless ssing in turn. become a ble o curse me. urse those wh ho bless me, c those w ns of the earth d, all the natio In me, God sai was believe All I had to do ld be ble sse d . shou for Canaan.” e Ur and head Him and leav
  13. 13. ABRAHAM: (CONT’D) arrived, God “When I the land of promised me and to my Canaan to orever! God descendants–f mself that this swore by Hi belong to us! land should he said someAnd then t 400 years of thing abou in Egypt . . . .” slavery
  14. 14. as–My great“And so it w , Joseph, went grandson as a slave and first to Egypt second only to became er. Then his haraoh in pow P ers followed. eleven broth gave way to Prosperity ople became dy and my pe trage raoh. But God slaves to Pha nd raised up rd their cry a hea His people Moses to bring out . . .
  15. 15. MOSES: DEUTERONOMY 28
  16. 16. MOSES: DEUTERONOMY 28 ed me Israel’s “ G o d s ho w eying God’s lessings for ob b ses for their aw and the cur L . When Israel disobedience ld prosper, obeys, she wou arn and field, blessed in b ntry. But, oh, city and cou sobedience: the cost of di rvation and pestilence, sta t he p e o p l e t o madness. I led th parts and to recite bo is covenant.” accept th
  17. 17. MOSES TESTIMONY CONTINUES showed me And then God “ future. He laid my people’s major event by it all out, major event.” sented in time se events, pre The the timeline rder, make up o God’s plan of along which s itself out. To demption play re oses shall call se elements M the tention next. your at
  18. 18. OPPRESSION IN THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 27-35) “In disobedience, there shall be oppression in the land God gave us, our enemies shall eat up the produce of our land and all we shall be oppressed and crushed continually.” And so it was throughout the Times of the Judges: crushed in obedience, rescued in repentance and blessed once again for obedience.
  19. 19. EXILE FROM THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 36) meday. The selves a king so all get for our “We sh her us nor the o a nation neit d will take us t mised Land Lor tside God’s Pro ver knew. Ou one we chose athers e f of wood and st serve the gods we shall Living God.” p instead of the to worshi Indeed, The Jews demand kings for themselves! The last of the lot, Z edekiah, goes into Babylonian exile for 70 years with his rebellious and sinful peo ple.
  20. 20. NEW CONQUERORS OF THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 49) “We must not ha ve learned faithf ulness, for a fierce nation from the ends of the e arth comes to dominate us in t he land. Had our exile finished? Had we returned only to fall prey a gain?” n a return under es, the exile ended i Yes, Mos e again, Israel Nehemiah. But onc Ezra and lness and in 63 BC, rayed from faithfu st Israel’s homeland Rome swallowed
  21. 21. DRIVEN FROM THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 64) “Moreover”, God told me: “moreov er”! He next promised to scat ter the Jews amo ngst all the peoples of the ea rth. My stubbor n p e op le w ou ld serve gods of wo od and stone and find no rest. They will live wit h perpetually tre mbling hearts, failing eyes and d espair of soul. H ow could they fail to understan d this covenant’s seriousness?
  22. 22. DRIVEN FROM THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 64) “Moreover”, God told me: “moreo ver!” He said! He next promise d to scatter the J ews amongst all the peoples of th e earth. My stub born people would serve gods of wood and ston e and find no rest. They will li ve with perpetua lly trembling hearts, failing ey es and despair of soul. How could they have failed t o understand thi s covenant’s seriousness?”
  23. 23. DRIVEN FROM THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 64) prophesied– the ere God predicted – H ome did scatter of the Diaspora. R horrors mpire. Over the ews all over their e the J rifted, persecuted 900 years, Jews d next 1 every corner of the nd pogromed, into a earth.
  24. 24. DRIVEN FROM THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 49) prophesied– the ere God predicted – H ome did scatter of the Diaspora. R horrors mpire. Over the ews all over their e the J rifted, persecuted 900 years, Jews d next 1 every corner of the nd pogromed, into a earth.
  25. 25. RETURN TO THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 30:1) BUT But!!! God also s wore that when a ll these things had come to past , and both blessi ng and curse had been set before u s, that my scatter ed and exiled people, the Jews , would remembe r the covenant. Then would they call upon the Lor d! Then would God have compa ssion on them, re gather them, restore them from captivity. God’s p romises and covenants surely endure forever!
  26. 26. RETURN TO THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 30:1) BUT “But!!! God also swore that when all these things had come to past , and both blessi ng and curse had been set before u s, that my scatter ed and exiled people, the Jews , would remembe r the covenant. Then would they call upon the Lor d! Then would God have compa ssion on them, re gather them and restore them from captivity. God’s p romises and covenants surely endure forever!”
  27. 27. CHANGED IN THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 30:1) AND And!! Once back in the Promised Land, God promises to circu mcise the hearts of the people and prosper us a bundantly.
  28. 28. CHANGED IN THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 30:1)
  29. 29. CHANGED IN THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 30:1) “And!! Once bac k in the Promise d Land, God prom ised to circumcis e the hearts of the peo ple and prosper u s abundantly.”
  30. 30. OUR TIME AND THE LAND (DEUTERONOMY 28: 49) rn of the Jews to e find the 1948 retu Here w Here we find God Israel predicted. in our own times. fulfilling prophecy One more step ex ists in this outlin e: the Jewish people w ill have their har d hearts circumcised. At last, they will ha ve hearts for God, hearts l ike David’s.
  31. 31. JOSHUA RATIFIES OF THE COVENANT (JOSHUA 8:33-35)
  32. 32. JOSHUA RATIFIES OF THE COVENANT (JOSHUA 8:33-35) “Oh, my father, a s God commanded us, we carefully arrayed ourselve s after the battle of Ai-half t he tribes on Mt Ebal, the othe r half on Mt. Gerazim.” “I read your words to them- no blessing, no curse did I leave unread!”
  33. 33. JOSHUA RATIFIES OF THE COVENANT (JOSHUA 8:33-35) le assembly, even “The who nes, heard these the little o bound themselves words and scendants to both and their de of obedience and the blessings of unfaithfulness.” the curses “We all swore allegiance and faithfulness!”
  34. 34. am ah ith br A tw n na ve o C on si es s of to le xi E os P Le ss Moses’ Timeline on an C an a Prophecy + History on yl ab B 94 1 Di a sp si n Ju d ge s or a by Ro m e et R 8 rn u
  35. 35. Daniel and Jeremiah will now give a TIME -FRAME for the TIME-LINE. nt in allme inst next link: this r the Fo click ries, is se th Search the Table of Contents for Other Offerings In This Series VII: The 70 Weeks

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