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  • 1. Beginner’s Walk ThroughThe Whole BibleA bird’s eye view of all 66 books of the Bible
  • 2. BibleGreek word “biblos” which means “the books.”Essentially means libraryYour bible is a portable library66 books40 authors (kings, prophets, businessmen, warriors, politicians, doctors, fishermen, tax collectors, etc wrote books of the bible)Written over a 1400 year period
  • 3. BibleOld Testament 39 booksNew Testament 27 books________________________________________________ 66 books total in the Bible
  • 4. Old Testament39 booksThe Pentateuch 5 booksThe History 12 booksThe Poetry 5 booksThe Prophets 17 books______________________________________________ 39 books total in the Old Testament
  • 5. Old Testament39 books
  • 6. Old Testament39 books
  • 7. Old Testament39 books
  • 8. Old Testament39 books
  • 9. Old Testament39 books
  • 10. Old TestamentThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses)
  • 11. 1Old TestamentThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses)GenesisAuthor: Moses and his secretariatCreation of the cosmos & the earthCreation of humanitySin enters humanityCreation of a line of men who follow God (e.g.: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Noah, Shem…)
  • 12. 1. Creation cosmos & earth 2. Creation humanity 3. Sin enters man 4. Creation of faithful family 2Old Testament lineThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses)GenesisExodusAuthor: Moses and his secretariatCreation of a nation that follows GodGod takes that nation out of EgyptThat nation (Israel) wanders in the desertIn the desert God gives His Laws to the nation of Israel
  • 13. 1. Creation cosmos & earth 2. Creation humanity 3. Sin enters man 4. Creation of faithful family 3Old Testament 5. 6. line Creation of a nation that follows God God takes that nation out of Egypt 7. That nation (Israel) wandersThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses) in the desert 8. In the desert God gives His Laws to the nation of IsraelGenesisExodusLeviticusAuthor: Moses and his secretariatIn the desert God gives 3 sets of laws to Israel1. Ritual Laws : how to offer sacrifices for sins after Jesus Christ = obsolete2. Social Laws (how Jews were to treat Jews) : circa 1050 B.C., Jews asked for king to lead them instead of God = obsolete3. Moral Laws : still relevant in New Testament
  • 14. 1. Creation cosmos & earth 2. Creation humanity 3. Sin enters man 4. Creation of faithful family 4Old Testament line 5. Creation of a nation that follows God 6. God takes that nation out of Egypt 7. That nation (Israel) wandersThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses) in the desert 8. In the desert God gives His Laws to the nation of Israel 9. In the desert God gives 3 sets of laws to Israel 1. Ritual Laws obsolete 2. Social Laws obsoleteGenesis 3. Moral Laws still appliesExodusLeviticusNumbersAuthor: Moses and his secretariatThe nation of Israel is disobedient to GodGod lets them wander in the desert for 40 years
  • 15. 1. Creation cosmos & earth 2. Creation humanity 3. Sin enters man 4. Creation of faithful family 5Old Testament line 5. Creation of a nation that follows God 6. God takes that nation out of Egypt 7. That nation (Israel) wandersThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses) in the desert 8. In the desert God gives His Laws to the nation of Israel 9. In the desert God gives 3 sets of laws to Israel 1. Ritual Laws obsolete 2. Social Laws obsoleteGenesis 3. Moral Laws still appliesExodus 11. The nation of Israel is disobedient to GodLeviticus 12. God lets them wander in the desert for 40 yearsNumbersDeuteronomyAuthor: Moses and his secretariatBefore Moses dies, he reminds Israel of several things:God created a nation from the line of Adam, Seth, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, etcGod rescued that nation (Israel) from slavery in EgyptGod promised to take Israel out of the desert and into the promised landIf Israel obeyed God, He would bless them (the Jews) and protect them
  • 16. 1. Creation cosmos & earth 2. Creation humanity 3. Sin enters man 4. Creation of faithful familyOld Testament line 5. Creation of a nation that follows God 6. God takes that nation out of Egypt 7. That nation (Israel) wandersThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses) in the desert 8. In the desert God gives His Laws to the nation of Israel 9. In the desert God gives 3 sets of laws to Israel 1. Ritual Laws obsolete 2. Social Laws obsolete 3. Moral Laws still applies 11. The nation of Israel is disobedient to God 12. God lets them wander in the desert for 40 years 13. Before death, Moses reminds Israel that: 14. God created nation from faithful family line 15. God rescued that nation (Israel) from slavery in Egypt 16. God promised to take Israel out of desert and into promised land 17. If Israel obeyed God, He would bless and protect them
  • 17. Old TestamentThe Pentateuch (a.k.a. the 5 books of Moses)
  • 18. Old TestamentThe History
  • 19. 1Old TestamentThe HistoryJoshuaAuthor: JoshuaAfter Moses dies, Joshua becomes leader of IsraelJoshua and Israel’s army begin to conquer the promised land
  • 20. 1. Moses dies, Joshua becomes leader of Israel 2. Joshua and Israel’s army begin to conquer the promised land 2Old TestamentThe HistoryJoshuaJudgesAuthor: SamuelAfter Joshua established Israel in the promised landThe Jews begin to disobey GodGod raises up judges to lead Israel back to Him
  • 21. 1. Moses dies, Joshua becomes leader of Israel 2. Joshua and Israel’s army begin to conquer the promised land 3Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God 5. God raises up judges to lead Israel back to HimThe HistoryJoshuaJudgesRuthAuthor: Samuel or NathanA symbolic interlude in the books of History (Boaz symbolizes Christ)Story of 2 widows, Naomi and RuthRuth marries BoazBoaz is great grandfather of King David
  • 22. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 becomes leader of Israel widows, Naomi and 2. Joshua and Israel’s army Ruth begin to conquer the promised land 7. Ruth marries Boaz 8. Boaz is great 4Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God grandfather of King David 5. God raises up judges to lead Israel back to HimThe HistoryJoshuaJudgesRuth1 SamuelAuthors: chapters 1 to 24 = Samuel, chapters 25-31 = Gad and NathanAfter period of the judgesSamuel (a prophet) is temporary leader of IsraelSamuel annoints Saul as Israel’s first kingSaul sins constantly against God, refuses to repentGod raises up a replacement: David (who kills Goliath)Saul tries to kill David
  • 23. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 widows, becomes leader of Israel Naomi and Ruth 2. Joshua and Israel’s army 7. Ruth marries Boaz begin to conquer the promised land 8. Boaz is great grandfather of King 5Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God David 9. After period of judges 10. Samuel temporary 5. God raises up judges to leader of Israel lead Israel back to Him 11. Samuel annoints SaulThe History as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a replacement: David 14. Saul tries to kill DavidJoshuaJudgesRuth1 Samuel2 SamuelAuthors: Gad and NathanDavid succeeds SaulDavid unites IsraelDavid leads Israeli army to defend Israel against other nationsDavid commits adultery with Bathsheba and has her husband killedDavid’s personal life and the nation of Israel suffer for this sin. Even though Godforgives him
  • 24. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 becomes leader of Israel widows, Naomi and 2. Joshua and Israel’s army Ruth begin to conquer the promised land 7. Ruth marries Boaz 8. Boaz is great 6Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God grandfather of King David 9. After period of judges 5. God raises up judges to 10. Samuel temporary lead Israel back to Him leader of IsraelThe History 11. Samuel annoints Saul as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a replacement: David 14. Saul tries to kill DavidJoshua 15. David succeeds Saul 16. David unites IsraelJudges 17. David & Israeli army defend Israel vs. other nationsRuth 18. David & Bathsheba commit1 Samuel adultery, David has her husband killed2 Samuel 19. David’s life and the nation of Israel suffer1 Kings for this sin. Even though God forgives himAuthor: JeremiahDavid’s son Solomon becomes king of IsraelSolomon falls away from God but returns to God in his latter yearsUpon Solomon’s death, civil war divides Israel into 2 neighbouring countries: Israel tothe north and Judah to the south
  • 25. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 becomes leader of Israel widows, Naomi and 2. Joshua and Israel’s army Ruth begin to conquer the promised land 7. Ruth marries Boaz 8. Boaz is great 7Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God grandfather of King David 9. After period of judges 5. God raises up judges to 10. Samuel temporary lead Israel back to Him leader of IsraelThe History 11. Samuel annoints Saul as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a 20. David’s son Solomon replacement: David becomes king of Israel 14. Saul tries to kill DavidJoshua 21. Solomon falls away from 15. David succeeds Saul God but returns to God in 16. David unites IsraelJudges his latter years 17. David & Israeli army defend Israel vs. other 22. Upon Solomon’s nationsRuth death, civil war divides Israel into 2 neighbouring 18. David & Bathsheba commit1 Samuel countries: Israel to the north and Judah to the adultery, David has south her husband killed2 Samuel 19. David’s life and the nation of Israel suffer1 Kings for this sin. Even though God forgives him2 KingsAuthor: JeremiahAfter kingdom split into Israel (north) and Judah (south), several kings ruledIsrael was rebellious against God and was conquered first & exiledJudah was more faithful and lasted longer, but eventually sinned and was conqueredand exiled to Babylon
  • 26. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 becomes leader of Israel widows, Naomi and 2. Joshua and Israel’s army Ruth begin to conquer the promised land 7. Ruth marries Boaz 8. Boaz is great 8Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God grandfather of King David 9. After period of judges 5. God raises up judges to 10. Samuel temporary lead Israel back to Him leader of IsraelThe History 11. Samuel annoints Saul as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a 20. David’s son Solomon replacement: David 14. Saul tries to kill DavidJoshua 1 Chronicles becomes king of Israel 21. Solomon falls away from 15. David succeeds Saul 16. David unites Israel Author: Ezra God but returns to God inJudges Biggest genealogy his latter years 17. David & Israeli army defend Israel vs. other 22. Upon Solomon’s death, nationsRuth record in bible civil war divides Israel into 2 neighbouring countries: 18. David & Bathsheba Recaps David’s life commit1 Samuel Israel to the north and Judah to the south adultery, David has 23. After kingdom splits her husband killed2 Samuel several kings ruled 19. David’s life and the nation of Israel suffer 24. Israel rebellious vs.God1 Kings and was conquered first & for this sin. Even though God forgives exiled him2 Kings 25. Judah more faithful and lasted longer, but eventually sinned and was conquered and exiled to Babylon
  • 27. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 widows, becomes leader of Israel Naomi and Ruth 2. Joshua and Israel’s army 7. Ruth marries Boaz begin to conquer the promised land 8. Boaz is great grandfather of King 9Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God David 9. After period of judges 10. Samuel temporary 5. God raises up judges to leader of Israel lead Israel back to Him 11. Samuel annoints SaulThe History as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a replacement: David 20. David’s son Solomon 14. Saul tries to kill David 15. David succeeds SaulJoshua 1 Chronicles becomes king of Israel 21. Solomon falls away from 16. David unites Israel 17. David & Israeli armyJudges 2 Chronicles God but returns to God in his latter years defend Israel vs. other Author: Ezra 22. Upon Solomon’s nations 18. David & BathshebaRuth Similar to 1 & 2 Kings death,into 2war divides Israel civil neighbouring commit adultery, David has her1 Samuel But focuses on good countries: Israel to the husband killed north and Judah to the Kings in Judah south 19. David’s life and the2 Samuel 23. After kingdom splits nation of Israel suffer for this sin. Even several kings ruled1 Kings 24. Israel rebellious vs.God though God forgives him and was conquered first &2 Kings exiled 25. Judah more faithful and lasted longer, but eventually sinned and was conquered and exiled to Babylon 26. Biggest genealogy record in bible 27. Recaps David’s life
  • 28. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 becomes leader of Israel widows, Naomi and 2. Joshua and Israel’s army Ruth begin to conquer the promised land 7. Ruth marries Boaz 8. Boaz is great 10 Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God grandfather of King David 9. After period of judges 5. God raises up judges to 10. Samuel temporary lead Israel back to Him leader of Israel The History 11. Samuel annoints Saul as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a 20. David’s son Solomon replacement: David 14. Saul tries to kill David Joshua 1 Chronicles becomes king of Israel 21. Solomon falls away from 15. David succeeds Saul 16. David unites Israel Judges 2 Chronicles God but returns to God in his latter years 17. David & Israeli army defend Israel vs. other Ezra 22. Upon Solomon’s death, nations Ruth Author: Ezra civil war divides Israel into 2 neighbouring countries: 18. David & Bathsheba commit 1 Samuel After Babylonian exile Israel to the north and Judah to the south adultery, David has Jews allowed back 23. After kingdom splits her husband killed 2 Samuel to Israel several kings ruled 19. David’s life and the nation of Israel suffer 24. Israel rebellious vs.God 1 Kings and was conquered first & for this sin. Even though God forgives exiled him 2 Kings 25. Judah more faithful and lasted longer, but eventually sinned and was28. Similar to 1 & 2 Kings conquered and exiled to29. Focuses on good Babylon kings in Judah 26. Biggest genealogy record in bible 27. Recaps David’s life
  • 29. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 widows, becomes leader of Israel Naomi and Ruth 2. Joshua and Israel’s army 7. Ruth marries Boaz begin to conquer the promised land 8. Boaz is great grandfather of King 11 Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God David 9. After period of judges 10. Samuel temporary 5. God raises up judges to leader of Israel lead Israel back to Him 11. Samuel annoints Saul The History as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a replacement: David 20. David’s son Solomon 14. Saul tries to kill David 15. David succeeds Saul Joshua 1 Chronicles becomes king of Israel 21. Solomon falls away from 16. David unites Israel 17. David & Israeli army Judges 2 Chronicles God but returns to God in his latter years defend Israel vs. other nations Ezra 22. Upon Solomon’s 18. David & Bathsheba Ruth death, civil war divides commit adultery, Nehemiah Israel into 2 neighbouring David has her 1 Samuel Author: Ezra countries: Israel to the north and Judah to the husband killed 19. David’s life and the 2 Samuel Also returns to Israel south nation of Israel suffer 23. After kingdom splits From Babylon several kings ruled for this sin. Even 1 Kings 24. Israel rebellious vs.God Helps build wall around and was conquered first & though God forgives him 2 Kings Jerusalem & temple exiled 25. Judah more faithful and lasted longer, but28. Similar to 1 & 2 Kings eventually sinned and was29. Focuses on good conquered and exiled to kings in Judah Babylon30. After Babylonian exile 26. Biggest genealogyJews allowed back to record in bibleIsrael 27. Recaps David’s life
  • 30. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 becomes leader of Israel widows, Naomi and 2. Joshua and Israel’s army Ruth begin to conquer the promised land 7. Ruth marries Boaz 8. Boaz is great 12 Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God grandfather of King David 9. After period of judges 5. God raises up judges to 10. Samuel temporary lead Israel back to Him leader of Israel The History 11. Samuel annoints Saul as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a 20. David’s son Solomon replacement: David 14. Saul tries to kill David Joshua 1 Chronicles becomes king of Israel 21. Solomon falls away from 15. David succeeds Saul 16. David unites Israel Judges 2 Chronicles God but returns to God in his latter years 17. David & Israeli army defend Israel vs. other Ezra 22. Upon Solomon’s death, nations Ruth civil war divides Israel into 18. David & Bathsheba Nehemiah 2 neighbouring countries: commit 1 Samuel Esther Israel to the north and Judah to the south adultery, David has 23. After kingdom splits her husband killed 2 Samuel Author: Mordecai, several kings ruled 19. David’s life and the nation of Israel suffer Ezra & Nehemiah 24. Israel rebellious vs.God 1 Kings Jews exiled in Persia and was conquered first & for this sin. Even though God forgives exiled him 2 Kings Queen Esther saves 25. Judah more faithful and lasted longer, but Jews from their captors eventually sinned and was28. Similar to 1 & 2 Kings 31. Nehemiah returns to Israel from conquered and exiled to29. Focuses on good Babylon Babylon kings in Judah 32. Helps build wall around Jerusalem 26. Biggest genealogy30. After Babylonian exile record in bibleJews allowed back to 27. Recaps David’s lifeIsrael
  • 31. 1. Moses dies, Joshua 6. Story of 2 widows, becomes leader of Israel Naomi and Ruth 2. Joshua and Israel’s army 7. Ruth marries Boaz begin to conquer the 8. Boaz is great promised land grandfather of King Old Testament 3. 4. Joshua establishes Israel in promised land Jews begin to disobey God David 9. After period of judges 10. Samuel temporary 5. God raises up judges to leader of Israel lead Israel back to Him 11. Samuel annoints Saul The History as Israel’s first king 12. Saul sins , refuses to repent 13. God raises up a replacement: David 20. David’s son Solomon 14. Saul tries to kill David becomes king of Israel 15. David succeeds Saul 21. Solomon falls away from 16. David unites Israel God but returns to God in 17. David & Israeli army his latter years defend Israel vs. other 22. Upon Solomon’s nations death, civil war divides 18. David & Bathsheba Israel into 2 neighbouring commit adultery, countries: Israel to the David has her north and Judah to the husband killed south 19. David’s life and the 23. After kingdom splits nation of Israel suffer several kings ruled for this sin. Even 24. Israel rebellious vs.God though God forgives and was conquered first & him exiled 25. Judah more faithful and lasted longer, but28. Similar to 1 & 2 Kings 31. Nehemiah returns to Israel from eventually sinned and was29. Focuses on good Babylon conquered and exiled to kings in Judah 32. Helps build wall around Jerusalem Babylon30. After Babylonian exile 33. During Jewish exile in Persia 26. Biggest genealogyJews allowed back to 34. Queen Esther saves Jews from their record in bibleIsrael captors 27. Recaps David’s life
  • 32. Old TestamentThe History
  • 33. Old TestamentThe Poetry
  • 34. 1Old TestamentThe PoetryJobAuthor: Job or Elihu or Moses or SolomonRighteous man appears to suffer for no reasonBook deals with question of suffering
  • 35. 1. Righteous suffers for no reason 2. Deals with question of suffering 2Old TestamentThe PoetryJobPsalmsAuthors: David, Solomon, Moses, Heman, Ethan, Sons of Korah, family of AsaphPersonal and private worship songsExpresses full range of human emotion in relationship to God
  • 36. 1. Righteous suffers for no reason 2. Deals with question of suffering 3Old Testament 3. Personal and private worship songs 4. Expresses full range of human emotion in relationship to GodThe PoetryJobPsalmsProverbsAuthor: SolomonBook of wisdom for:Men, women, marriage, familyBusiness, human relationshipsRelationship to GodRelationship to authority
  • 37. 1. Righteous suffers for no reason 2. Deals with question of suffering 4Old Testament 3. Personal and private worship songs 4. Expresses full range of human emotion in relationship to GodThe Poetry 5. Book of wisdom for: • Men, women, marriage , family • Business, human relationships • Relationship to God • Relationship toJob authorityPsalmsProverbsEcclesiastesAuthor: SolomonBegins by describing life without GodDetermines it is futileConcludes that life in relationship to God is only source of happiness
  • 38. 1. Righteous suffers for no reason 2. Deals with question of suffering 5Old Testament 3. Personal and private worship songs 4. Expresses full range of human emotion in relationship to GodThe Poetry 5. Book of wisdom for: • Men, women, marriage, family • Business, human relationships • Relationship to God • Relationship toJob authority 6. Describes life withoutPsalms God 7. Determines it is futile 8. Concludes that life inProverbs relationship to God is only life worth livingEcclesiastesSong of SolomonAuthor: SolomonCelebrates love between man and womanSome say is analogy of love between Christ and Christians
  • 39. 1. Righteous suffers for no reason 2. Deals with question of suffering 5Old Testament 3. Personal and private worship songs 4. Expresses full range of human emotion in relationship to GodThe Poetry 5. Book of wisdom for: • Men, women, marriage, family • Business, human relationships • Relationship to God • Relationship to authority 6. Describes life without God 7. Determines it is futile 8. Concludes that life in relationship to God is only life worth living 9. Celebrates love between man and woman 10. Some say is analogy of love between Christ and Christians
  • 40. Old TestamentThe Poetry
  • 41. Old TestamentThe Prophets
  • 42. 1Old TestamentThe ProphetsIsaiahauthor: IsaiahSays God not impressed with religious ceremonySays God will one day make His people multinationalSays God will reduce Israel to remnant, but will save that remnantSays God is going to send Messiah from line of David
  • 43. 1. God unimpressed with religion2. God will one day make His people multinational3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 2 Old Testament The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Author: Jeremiah Says God has wrath on disobedience Says human heart is desperately wicked Re-inforces that God will bring New Covenant for a new, international body of believers
  • 44. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 3 Old Testament The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Author: Jeremiah Says God wants even the shameful and guilty to come to Him for free gift of Grace
  • 45. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for free gift of Grace 4 Old Testament The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Author: Ezekiel During Judah’s exile in Babylon, Ezekiel prophesizes Says God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him But says He will save them because their reputation is His reputation
  • 46. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for free gift of Grace 5 Old Testament The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Author: Daniel During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel Daniel was in high position in Babylonian empire, but remained faithful to God Contains much apocalyptic prophecy Shows God as sovereign over history and able to help saints endure through to the end
  • 47. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 6 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Hosea Author: Hosea Married wife that cheated on him multiple times This was an image of God being faithful to Israel, even though the nation disobeyed Him: committing spiritual adultery
  • 48. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 7 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Hosea Joel Author: Joel After Babylonian exile, Judah sins against God. Joel says locust plague on nation of Judah is God’s Judgment
  • 49. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 8 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Hosea Joel Amos Author: Amos During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise
  • 50. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 9 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah Author: Obadiah Edomites (descendants of Esau) celebrate when Israel (descended from Jacob) defeated and exiled, therefore God will preserve Israel and not protect Edom.
  • 51. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 10 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. Isaiah Jonah Author: Jonah Jeremiah Reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he Lamentations knew God would be merciful to them Ezekiel Daniel Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah
  • 52. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 11 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah Jeremiah Micah Author: Micah Lamentations Judah enjoyed prosperity but became unjust & corrupt Ezekiel Micah said God would judge Judah but wanted it to repent so He could forgive and restore it. Daniel Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah
  • 53. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 12 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah 20. During prosperity, Judah becomes corrupt. God says He will judge them but asks it to repent so He can forgive and restore it. Jeremiah Micah Lamentations Nahum Author: Nahum Ezekiel Many years after Jonah had brought Nineveh to repentance, Daniel Nahum says God will destroy the city because it went back to its way of sin. Hosea Nahum says God is sovereign over all time and all empires. Joel Amos Obadiah
  • 54. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 13 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah 20. During prosperity, Judah becomes corrupt. God says He will judge them but asks it to repent so He can forgive and restore it. Jeremiah Micah 21. Nineveh repented after Jonah preached. But then went back to its old ways. Nahum says God will now destroy the mighty city. Lamentations Nahum Ezekiel Habakkuk Daniel Author: Habakkuk Written as dialogue between Habakkuk and God. Hosea Habakkuk asked God why rich were oppressing the poor and Joel the wicked seemed to prosper in times of international turmoil. Amos Obadiah
  • 55. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 14 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah 20. During prosperity, Judah becomes corrupt. God says He will judge them but asks it to repent so He can forgive and restore it. Jeremiah Micah 21. Nineveh repented after Jonah preached. But then went back to its old ways. Nahum says God will now destroy the mighty city. Lamentations Nahum 22. Habakkuk asked God why rich were oppressing the poor and the wicked seemed to prosper in times of international turmoil. Ezekiel Habakkuk Daniel Zephaniah Author: Zephaniah Hosea Zephaniah spoke of the coming Day of the Lord in which He Joel would judge Judah for its sin, yet leave a remnant of Jews to bless the nations. Amos Obadiah
  • 56. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 15 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah 20. During prosperity, Judah becomes corrupt. God says He will judge them but asks it to repent so He can forgive and restore it. Jeremiah Micah 21. Nineveh repented after Jonah preached. But then went back to its old ways. Nahum says God will now destroy the mighty city. Lamentations Nahum 22. Habakkuk asked God why rich were oppressing the poor and the wicked seemed to prosper in times of international turmoil. Ezekiel Habakkuk 23. Zephaniah spoke of the coming Day of the Lord in which He would judge Judah for its sin, yet leave a remnant of Jews to bless the nations. Daniel Zephaniah Hosea Haggai Joel Author: Haggai After Babylonian captivity, Jews were instructed by God to Amos return home and rebuild temple. Obadiah After awhile they stopped building the temple and built their own homes instead. Haggai reminded them to put God first
  • 57. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 16 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah 20. During prosperity, Judah becomes corrupt. God says He will judge them but asks it to repent so He can forgive and restore it. Jeremiah Micah 21. Nineveh repented after Jonah preached. But then went back to its old ways. Nahum says God will now destroy the mighty city. Lamentations Nahum 22. Habakkuk asked God why rich were oppressing the poor and the wicked seemed to prosper in times of international turmoil. Ezekiel Habakkuk 23. Zephaniah spoke of the coming Day of the Lord in which He would judge Judah for its sin, yet leave a remnant of Jews to bless the nations. Daniel Zephaniah 24. After Babylonian captivity, Jews were instructed by God to return home and rebuild temple. 25. After awhile they stopped building the temple and built their own Hosea Haggai homes instead. Haggai reminded them to put God first Joel Zechariah Amos Author: Zechariah Was around at same time as Haggai, and reminded Jews to Obadiah obey God’s call to build the temple. He spoke of the coming Messiah and that He would be betrayed for 30 pieces of silver and other Messianic prophecies.
  • 58. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him 2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His 3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation 4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 17 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah 20. During prosperity, Judah becomes corrupt. God says He will judge them but asks it to repent so He can forgive and restore it. Jeremiah Micah 21. Nineveh repented after Jonah preached. But then went back to its old ways. Nahum says God will now destroy the mighty city. Lamentations Nahum 22. Habakkuk asked God why rich were oppressing the poor and the wicked seemed to prosper in times of international turmoil. Ezekiel Habakkuk 23. Zephaniah spoke of the coming Day of the Lord in which He would judge Judah for its sin, yet leave a remnant of Jews to bless the nations. Daniel Zephaniah 24. After Babylonian captivity, Jews were instructed by God to return home and rebuild temple. 25. After awhile they stopped building the temple and built their own Hosea Haggai homes instead. Haggai reminded them to put God first 26. Was around at same time as Haggai, and reminded Jews to obey Joel Zechariah God’s call to build the temple. 27. He spoke of the coming Messiah and that He would be betrayed for Amos Malachi 30 pieces of silver and other Messianic prophecies. Obadiah Author: Malachi The temple had now been rebuilt but the Jews were suffering famine and drought.They thought God had abandoned them and were getting spiritually lazy. Malachi warns them to stayfaithful to God and He will bless them. He also foreshadows the arrival of John the Baptist.
  • 59. 1. God unimpressed with religion 5. God has wrath on disobedience 9. God is punishing Jews for abandoning Him2. God will one day make His people multinational 6. human heart is desperately wicked 10. But will save them because their reputation is His3. God will reduce Israel to remnant that He will save 7.God will bring New Covenant reputation4. God is going to send Messiah from line of David 8. God wants the guilty to come to Him for 11. During same Babylonian exile as Ezekiel free gift of Grace 12. Daniel was in high position in Babylonian 18 Old Testament empire, but remained faithful to God 13. Daniel contains much end times prophecy 14. Hosea stays with wife that cheated on him multiple times 15. Image of God staying faithful to Israel despite its spiritual adultery towards Him 16. Joel says locust plague Divine punishment for Israel’s disobedience. 17. During prosperous years, Judah & Israel see corruption and materialism on the rise The Prophets 18. Edom happy about Israel’s destruction. God preserved Israel, let Edomites fend for themselves and they no longer exist today. 19. Jonah reluctant to obey God’s call to preach to Nineveh because he knew God would be merciful to them. Isaiah Jonah 20. During prosperity, Judah becomes corrupt. God says He will judge them but asks it to repent so He can forgive and restore it. Jeremiah Micah 21. Nineveh repented after Jonah preached. But then went back to its old ways. Nahum says God will now destroy the mighty city. Lamentations Nahum 22. Habakkuk asked God why rich were oppressing the poor and the wicked seemed to prosper in times of international turmoil. Ezekiel Habakkuk 23. Zephaniah spoke of the coming Day of the Lord in which He would judge Judah for its sin, yet leave a remnant of Jews to bless the nations. Daniel Zephaniah 24. After Babylonian captivity, Jews were instructed by God to return home and rebuild temple. 25. After awhile they stopped building the temple and built their own Hosea Haggai homes instead. Haggai reminded them to put God first 26. Was around at same time as Haggai, and reminded Jews to obey Joel Zechariah God’s call to build the temple. 27. He spoke of the coming Messiah and that He would be betrayed for Amos Malachi 30 pieces of silver and other Messianic prophecies. 28. The post-Babylonian exile temple had now been rebuilt but the Jews were suffering famine and drought. Obadiah 29. They thought God had abandoned them and were getting spiritually lazy. Malachi warns them to stay faithful to God and He will bless them. 30. He also foreshadows the arrival of John the Baptist.
  • 60. Old TestamentThe ProphetsIsaiah JonahJeremiah MicahLamentations NahumEzekiel HabakkukDaniel ZephaniahHosea HaggaiJoel ZechariahAmos MalachiObadiah
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  • 64. Old Testament When were the books written & in what context?Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets
  • 65. Old TestamentPentateuch History Poetry Prophets
  • 66. Old TestamentPentateuch History Poetry Prophets1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC
  • 67. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC
  • 68. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry ProphetsJob Circa 1900-1700 BC1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC During time of Jewish patriarchs (e.g.: Abraham, Isaac & Jacob)
  • 69. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Genesis Exodus LeviticusJob Numbers Deuteronomy Circa 1900-1700 BC Circa 1400-12001900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC During time of Moses leads Jewish Jewish nation patriarchs out of Egypt and (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And finally to the outskirts of the Promised Land
  • 70. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Joshua Genesis Exodus LeviticusJob Numbers Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Circa 1900-1700 BC Circa 1400-12001900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC During time of Moses leads Moses dies Jewish Jewish nation and patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua (e.g.: into 40 years in leads Abraham, Isaa the desert. And Israel into c & Jacob) finally to the the outskirts of the Promised Promised Land Land and conquers it
  • 71. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Joshua Genesis Exodus 2 Samuel LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Numbers Ruth Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in leads and prophet Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And Israel into Samuel. finally to the the Israel splits into outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and Promised Land Land south (Judah) and circa 930 BC conquers it
  • 72. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Exodus 2 Samuel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Numbers Ruth Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon (e.g.: into 40 years in leads and prophet Abraham, Isaa the desert. And Israel into Samuel. c & Jacob) finally to the the Israel splits into outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and Promised Land Land south (Judah) and circa 930 BC conquers it
  • 73. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Exodus 2 Samuel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Numbers Ruth Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. Jewish Jewish nation and Time of patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua Saul, David, Solo (e.g.: into 40 years in leads mon and prophet Abraham, Isaa the desert. And Israel into Samuel. c & Jacob) finally to the the Israel splits into outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and Promised Land Land south (Judah) and circa 930 BC conquers it
  • 74. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Exodus 2 Samuel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Numbers Ruth Hosea Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon the Assyrians (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in leads and prophet circa 722 BC Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And Israel into Samuel. finally to the the Israel splits into outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and Promised Land Land south (Judah) and circa 930 BC conquers it
  • 75. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Exodus 2 Samuel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon the Assyrians (e.g.: into 40 years in leads and prophet circa 722 BC Abraham, Isaa the desert. And Israel into Samuel. c & Jacob) finally to the the Israel splits into The south outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) conquered by and circa 930 BC Assyrians conquers it circa 701 BC
  • 76. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C.Pentateuch History Poetry Prophets Zephaniah Nahum Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Exodus 2 Samuel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon the Assyrians (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in leads and prophet circa 722 BC Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And Israel into Samuel. finally to the the Israel splits into The south outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) conquered by and circa 930 BC Assyrians conquers it circa 701 BC
  • 77. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C. 2 Kings 1 Kings Habakkuk LamentationsPentateuch History Poetry Prophets Obadiah Zephaniah Nahum Jeremiah Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Exodus 2 Samuel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north Assyrian capital During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. of Nineveh (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, destroyed circa conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon the Assyrians 612 BC (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in leads and prophet circa 722 BC Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And Israel into Samuel. finally to the the Israel splits into The south outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) conquered by and circa 930 BC Assyrians conquers it circa 701 BC
  • 78. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C. 2 Kings 1 Kings Habakkuk LamentationsPentateuch History Poetry Prophets Obadiah Zephaniah Nahum Jeremiah Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Daniel Exodus 2 Samuel Ezekiel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north Assyrian capital During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. of Nineveh (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, destroyed circa conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon the Assyrians 612 BC (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in leads and prophet circa 722 BC Babylonian takes Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And Israel into Samuel. finally to the the Judah into exile Israel splits into The south circa 586 BC outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) conquered by and circa 930 BC Assyrians conquers it circa 701 BC
  • 79. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C. 2 Kings 1 Kings Habakkuk LamentationsPentateuch History Poetry Prophets Obadiah Zephaniah Nahum Jeremiah Zechariah Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Haggai Daniel Exodus 2 Samuel Ezekiel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north Assyrian capital During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. of Nineveh (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of Saul, destroyed circa conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua David, Solomon the Assyrians 612 BC (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in leads and prophet circa 722 BC Babylonian takes Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And Israel into Samuel. finally to the the Judah into exile Israel splits into The south circa 586 BC outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) New Temple conquered by and circa 930 BC completed in Assyrians conquers it Jerusalem: 516 circa 701 BC BC
  • 80. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C. Nehemiah 2 Kings 2 Chronicles 1 Kings Habakkuk 1 Chronicles Ezra LamentationsPentateuch History Poetry Prophets Obadiah Zephaniah Nahum Jeremiah Zechariah Proverbs Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Haggai Daniel Exodus 2 Samuel Ezekiel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north Assyrian capital Jerusalem During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. of Nineveh wall rebuilt: (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of destroyed circa 445 BC conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua Saul, David, Solo the Assyrians 612 BC (e.g.: into 40 years in leads mon and prophet circa 722 BC Abraham, Isaa the desert. And Israel into Babylonian takes Samuel. c & Jacob) finally to the the Judah into exile Israel splits into The south circa 586 BC outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) New Temple conquered by and circa 930 BC completed in Assyrians conquers it Jerusalem: 516 circa 701 BC BC
  • 81. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C. Nehemiah 2 Kings 2 Chronicles 1 Kings Habakkuk 1 Chronicles Ezra LamentationsPentateuch History Poetry Prophets Obadiah Zephaniah Nahum Jeremiah Zechariah Proverbs Malachi Joshua Genesis Ecclesiastes Haggai Daniel Exodus 2 Samuel Ezekiel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north Assyrian capital Jerusalem During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. of Nineveh wall rebuilt: (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of destroyed circa 445 BC conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua Saul, David, Solo the Assyrians 612 BC (e.g.: into 40 years in leads mon and prophet circa 722 BC Abraham, Isaa the desert. And Israel into Babylonian takes Samuel. c & Jacob) finally to the the Judah into exile Israel splits into The south circa 586 BC outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) New Temple conquered by and circa 930 BC completed in Assyrians conquers it Jerusalem: 516 circa 701 BC BC
  • 82. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C. Nehemiah 2 Kings 2 Chronicles 1 Kings Habakkuk 1 Chronicles Ezra LamentationsPentateuch History Poetry Prophets Obadiah Zephaniah Nahum Jeremiah Zechariah Proverbs Malachi Joshua Genesis Esther Ecclesiastes Haggai Daniel Exodus 2 Samuel Ezekiel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from->1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north Assyrian capital Jerusalem During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. of Nineveh wall rebuilt: (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of destroyed circa 445 BC conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua Saul, David, Solo the Assyrians 612 BC (e.g.: into 40 years in leads mon and prophet circa 722 BC Abraham, Isaa the desert. And Israel into Babylonian takes Samuel. c & Jacob) finally to the the Judah into exile Israel splits into The south circa 586 BC outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) New Temple conquered by and circa 930 BC completed in Assyrians conquers it Jerusalem: 516 circa 701 BC BC
  • 83. First Coming of Jesus Christ Old Testament circa 6-5 B.C. Nehemiah 2 Kings 2 Chronicles 1 Kings Habakkuk 1 Chronicles Ezra LamentationsPentateuch History Poetry Prophets Obadiah Zephaniah Nahum Jeremiah Zechariah Proverbs Malachi Joshua Genesis Esther Ecclesiastes Haggai Daniel Exodus 2 Samuel Ezekiel Song of Solomon LeviticusJob 1 Samuel Joel Isaiah Numbers Ruth Hosea Jonah Deuteronomy Circa 1350-1150 Judges Circa 1900-1700 BC Amos Micah Circa 1400-1200 <-from-> -------------------------------------from-------------------------------------> Psalms1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 BC Judges begin The north Assyrian capital Jerusalem During time of Moses leads Moses dies ruling Israel. of Nineveh wall rebuilt: (Israel) is Jewish Jewish nation and Time of destroyed circa 445 BC conquered by patriarchs out of Egypt and Joshua Saul, David, Solo the Assyrians 612 BC (e.g.: Abraham, into 40 years in leads mon and prophet circa 722 BC Isaac & Jacob) the desert. And Israel into Babylonian takes Samuel. finally to the the Judah into exile Israel splits into The south circa 586 BC outskirts of the Promised north (Israel) and (Judah) Promised Land Land south (Judah) New Temple conquered by and circa 930 BC completed in Assyrians conquers it Jerusalem: 516 circa 701 BC BC