Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

January 25 th – March 1 st, 2011 Dave Ujifusa. EraDescription Creation The creation of the world and man, and early events Patriarch The birth of the.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "January 25 th – March 1 st, 2011 Dave Ujifusa. EraDescription Creation The creation of the world and man, and early events Patriarch The birth of the."— Presentation transcript:

1 January 25 th – March 1 st, 2011 Dave Ujifusa

2 EraDescription Creation The creation of the world and man, and early events Patriarch The birth of the Hebrew people through a family of patriarchs, covering a period of two hundred years Exodus The exodus of the Hebrew people as they are delivered out of four hundred years of slavery in Egypt Conquest The conquest of the Promised Land by the Hebrew people upon their return from Egypt Judges A four-hundred-year period during which Israel is governed by rulers called judges KingdomAn additional four-hundred-year period during which Israel becomes a full-fledged nation ruled by a monarchy ExileA seventy-year period during which Israel’s leaders live in exile, having been conquered by foreign countries ReturnThe return of exiled Jews to Jerusalem to rebuild the city and the temple SilenceA final four-hundred-year period between the close of the Old Testament and the opening of the New Testament GospelsThe life of Jesus of Nazareth as told in the Gospels ChurchThe formation of the Christian Church MissionsThe expansion of the Church into the Roman Empire through missions

3 EraFigureDescription Creation AdamThe first man Patriarch AbrahamThe first patriarch Exodus MosesThe leader of the exodus Conquest JoshuaThe leader of Israel’s army JudgesSamsonThe most famous judge KingdomDavidThe most well-known Israelite king ExileDanielThe major exile prophet ReturnEzraThe central return leader SilencePhariseesThe religious leaders GospelsJesusThe predicted Messiah ChurchPeterThe leader of the early Church MissionsPaulThe first Christian missionary

4 Judges: Political-Military Leaders

5 Figure: Samson Location: Canaan Story-line: Samson and others were chosen as judges to govern the people for four hundred rebellious years Major themes:  Judges – Deborah, Gideon, Samson, Samuel  Rebellion  Cycles  Ruth

6 Judges 2:16-19: "Then the LORD raised up judges, who saved them out of the hands of these raiders. Yet they would not listen to their judges but prostituted themselves to other gods and worshiped them. Judges 10:15: “But the Israelites said to the LORD, 'We have sinned. Do with us whatever you think best, but please rescue us now.'” Judges 21:25: “In those days Israel had no king; everyone did as he saw fit.”

7

8 2 Samuel 11 Psalm 51

9 Figure: David Location: Israel Story-line: David, the greatest king in the new monarchy, is followed by a succession of mostly unrighteous kings, and God eventually judges Israel for her sin, sending her into exile in Babylon Major themes:  United Kingdom: Saul, David, Solomon  Divided Kingdom: Civil War  Northern Kingdom  Southern Kingdom

10  Author of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon  Son of David and Bathsheba  Third King following King Saul and King David  Had 700 wives and the richest man in the world  Wise Ruling: I Kings 3:16-28

11

12

13 Figure: Daniel Location: Babylonia Story-line: Daniel gives leadership and encourages faithfulness among the exiles for the next seventy years Major themes:  Prophecy  Prophets  Exiles: Daniel 9:4-19  Power Change

14

15

16

17 Figure: Ezra Location: Jerusalem Story-line: Ezra leads the people back from exile to rebuild Jerusalem Major themes:  Disrepair  Temple - Zerubbabel  People - Ezra  Walls - Nehemiah

18

19

20 Figure: Pharisees Location: Jerusalem Story-line: Pharisees and others entomb the Israelites in legalism for the next four hundred years. Major themes:  The Changing Guard  Political Sects – the Maccabeans and Zealots  Religious Sects – Pharisees and Sadducees  Messianic Hope

21  The assignment for week 4 is to recite the books of the New Testament to one other person and read “The Story of the Bible in 1000 Words”.  Weekly updates posted on ◦ Powerpoint ◦ Era Details  I’ll you with a reminder each week

22 Isaiah 9:6


Download ppt "January 25 th – March 1 st, 2011 Dave Ujifusa. EraDescription Creation The creation of the world and man, and early events Patriarch The birth of the."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google