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1 Judah After Israel’s Fall A Survey of the Bible 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Nahum, Zephaniah, Habakkuk, Daniel, Jeremiah, Ezekial

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1 1 Judah After Israel’s Fall A Survey of the Bible 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Nahum, Zephaniah, Habakkuk, Daniel, Jeremiah, Ezekial

2 2 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah Warns About Egypt and Ethiopia Judgment Against Cush (Isa 18:1-7) – ca 714 BC Judgment Against Egypt (Isa 19:1-15) Judah will Subjugate Egypt (Isa 19:16-18) Egypt will Acknowledge God (Isa 19:19-22) Spiritual Restoration (Isa 19:23-25) Isaiah’s Nakedness a Sign (Isa 20:1-2) – 711 BC Oppression of Egypt and Cush (Isa 20:3-6) Egypt Cannot Save Judah (Isa 30:1-7) Judah Rejects Truth (Isa 30:8-14) God is Strength (Isa 30:15-18) God will Restore Nation (Isa 30:19-26) Assyria Will be Punished (Isa 30:27-33) Futile Reliance on Egypt (Isa 31:1-3) God Will Punish Assyria (Isa 31:4-9)

3 3 Judah After Israel’s Fall Last Years of Hezekiah’s Reign Sennacherib Invades Judah (2 Kings 18:13; Isa 36:1) – 701 BC Judah Pays Tribute (2 Kings 18:14-16) – Jerusalem Hezekiah’s Life Extended (2 Kings 20:1-11; 2 Chron 32:24; Isa 38:1-8, 21,22) Hezekiah’s Thanksgiving (Isa 38:9-20) Hezekiah’s Pride (2 Chron 32:25,26) Judah’s Prosperity (2 Chron 32:27-30) Envoys from Babylon (2 Kings 20:12-19; Isa 39:1-8) Envoys a Test (2 Chron 32:31) Sennacherib Invades Again (2 Chron 32:1) Hezekiah’s Preparations (2 Chron 32:2-8) Field Commanders Message (2 Kings 18:17-25; 2 Chron 32:9-15; Isa 36:2- 10) – Lachish Request by Ministers (2 Kings 18:26; Isa 36:11)

4 4 Judah After Israel’s Fall Last Years of Hezekiah’s Reign (continued) Field Commander Insolent (2 Kings 18:27-35; 2 Chron 32:16,18,19; Isa 36:12-20) Reaction to Taunts (2 Kings 18:36,37; Isa 36:21,22) Hezekiah Consults Isaiah (2 Kings 19:1-4; Isa 37:1-4) – Jerusalem Isaiah Predicts Relief (2 Kings 19:5-7; Isa 37:5-7) Field Commander Withdraws (2 Kings 19:8; Isa 37:8) Sennacharib Writes Hezekiah (2 Kings 19:9-13; 2 Chron 32:17; Isa 37:9- 13) Hezekiah Prays (2 Kings 19:14-19; 2 Chron 32:20; Isa 37:14-20) God Answers Through Isaiah (2 Kings 19:20-34; Isa 37:21-35) Assyrians Flee Miracle (2 Kings 19:35,36; 2 Chron 32:21a,b,22; Isa 37:36,37) Judah Again Prospers (2 Chron 32:23) Death of Hezekiah (2 Kings 20:20,21a; 2 Chron 32:32,33a) – 696 BC

5 5 Judah After Israel’s Fall Spiritual Decline Under Manasseh Manasseh King of Judah (2 Kings 20:21b, 21:1; 2 Chron 32:33b, 33:1) – 696 BC Judah Returns to Paganism (2 Kings 21:2-9; 2 Chron 33:2-9) – Jerusalem Rule by Bloodshed (2 Kings 21:16) Message of the Prophets (2 Kings 21:10-15)

6 6 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah Punishment Completed (Isa 40:1,2) The Coming Messiah (Isa 40:3-5) Fragility of Life (Isa 40:6-8) God’s Loving Concern (Isa 40:9-11) God’s Unlimited Power (Isa 40:12-14) Vulnerability of Nations (Isa 40:15-17) Futility of Idolatry (Isa 40:18-20) Creator’s Strength (Isa 40:21-26) Man’s Strength in God (Isa 40:27-31) God’s Providential Control (Isa 41:1-4) Israel Specially Chosen (Isa 41:5-10) Nothing to Fear (Isa 41:11-16) Needs to be Proved (Isa 41:17-20) Idols Cannot Provide (Isa 41:21-24)

7 7 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah (continued) False Prophets Fail (Isa 41:25-29) Messiah Brings Justice (Isa 42:1-4) New Kingdom for All (Isa 42:5-7) Preview of God’s Plans (Isa 42:8,9) Praise for God’s Triumph (Isa 42:10-13) New Kingdom for Believers (Isa 42:14-17) Israel Blind and Deaf (Isa 42:18-22) Punishment Not Understood (Isa 42:23-25) Israel to be Redeemed (Isa 43:1-7) Restoration Proves Power (Isa 43:8-13) Babylon Will Fall (Isa 43:14,15) The Past is Past (Isa 43:16-21) God Forgives Israel (Isa 43:22-25) Need for Forgiveness (Isa 43:26-28)

8 8 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah (continued) Spirit to be Given (Isa 44:1-5) God’s Actions His Witness (Isa 44:6-8) Futility of Idolatry (Isa 44:9-20) Greatness of God (Isa 44:21-23) Jerusalem to be Rebuilt (Isa 44:24-28) Cyrus to be Instrument (Isa 45:1-7) Abundant Restoration (Isa 45:8) God’s Right to use Cyrus (Isa 45:9-13) Egyptians Will Know God (Isa 45:14) Idolaters Will Know God (Isa 45:15-25) Babylonian Idols Powerless (Isa 46:1-7) Power Seen in Restoration (Isa 46:8-13) Babylon Will Fall (Isa 47:111) Fraud of Astrology (Isa 47:12-15)

9 9 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah (continued) Sin Required Prophecies (Isa 48:1-6a) Reason for Prophecies (Isa 48:6b-11) God’s Plan for Babylon (Isa 48:12-15) Israel Must Listen Now (Isa 48:16-19) Redemption for the Righteous (Isa 48:20-22) Israel God’s Servant (Isa 49:1-4) Messiah God’s Servant (Isa 49:5-7) Exile Will End (Isa 49:8-13) Exiles Will Not be Forgotten (Isa 49:14-21) Captors Will Honor Exiles (Isa 49:22,23) Deliverance Promised (Isa 49:24-26) Exile Caused by Sin (Isa 50:1-3) Obedience of a Servant (Isa 50:4-9) Captives Must Trust God (Isa 50:10,11)

10 10 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah (continued) How Abraham Was Blessed (Isa 51:1-3) Salvation is Coming (Isa 51:4-8) Restoration of Ransomed (Isa 51:9-11) No Need to Fear (Isa 51:12-16) God’s Wrath Will Pass (Isa 51:17-23) Beauty of Restoration (Isa 52:1,2) Exile Distasteful to God (Isa 52:3-6) Joy of Restoration (Isa 52:7-10) Purity of Restoration (Isa 52:11,12) Glory of Suffering Servant (Isa 52:13-15) Messiah’s Appearance (Isa 53:1-3) His Suffering for Our Sin (Isa 53:4-6) Humility of Messiah’s Death (Isa 53:7-9) Triumph of Resurrection (Isa 53:10-12)

11 11 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah (continued) Desolate to Have Life (Isa 54:1-3) Israel as God’s Wife (Isa 54:4-8) Covenant as with Noah (Isa 54:9,10) Israel’s Future Security (Isa 54:11-17) Splendor of Restoration (Isa 55:1-5) Call for Obedience (Isa 55:6,7) Certainty of Restoration (Isa 55:8-13) Call For Righteousness (Isa 56:1,2) Salvation Also for Gentiles (Isa 56:3-8) Spiritual Leaders Condemned (Isa 56:9-12) Why Righteous Die (Isa 57:1,2) Restoration Not for Wicked (Isa 57:3-13) Restoration for Contrite (Isa 57:14-21) Emptyness of Fasting (Isa 58:1-5)

12 12 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah (continued) True Fasting and it’s Reward (Isa 58:6-12) Call for Sabbath Observance (Isa 58:13,14) Confession of Sins (Isa 59:1-15) Salvation for Penitents (Isa 59:16-20) Promise of the Spirit (Isa 59:21) The Glory of Zion (Isa 60:1-22) Isaiah’s Mission to Comfort (Isa 61:1-3a) The Message of Hope (Isa 61:3b-9) Praise for Salvation (Isa 61:10-11) The Bride’s New Name (Isa 62:1-5) The Holy and Redeemed (Isa 62:6-12) Vengeance Against Wicked (Isa 63:1-6) Kindness to Righteous (Isa 63:7-9) Wrath Against Rebellious (Isa 63:10)

13 13 Judah After Israel’s Fall Isaiah’s Prophecies About Restoration and The Messiah (continued) God’s Protection Recalled (Isa 63:11-14) Israel’s Prayer to God (Isa 63:15-19, 64:1-12) God Explains Judgment (Isa 65:1-7) Salvation of Remnant (Isa 65:8-10) No Mercy for Unrepentant (Isa 65:11,12) Blessings for Servants (Isa 65:13-16) New Heaven and Earth (Isa 65:17-25) God’s Majesty and Power ( (Isa 66:1,2) God’s Enemies Will Fall (Isa 66:3-6) Believers Will be Rewarded (Isa 66:7-14) Destruction of Wicked (Isa 66:15-17) Survivors to be Evangelists (Isa 66:18-21) Eternal Life and Death (Isa 66:22-24)

14 14 Judah After Israel’s Fall Spiritual Renewal Under Manasseh Sennacherib Assassinated (2 Kings 19:37; 2 Chron 32:21c; Isa 37:38) – 681 BC Manasseh Taken Captive (2 Chron 33:10,11) Repentance Brings Restoration (2 Chron 33:12,13) Manasseh Reforms Judah (2 Chron 33:14-17)

15 15 Judah After Israel’s Fall Nahum’s Prophecy Against Nineveh Preface (Nah 1:1) God’s Wrath Against Enemies (Nah 1:2-6) Nineveh Has Refused Mercy (Nah 1:7,8) Capture While Army Drunk (Nah 1:9,10) Sin of Sennacherib (Nah 1:11) Judah’s Vassalage Will Cease (Nah 1:12,13) Completion of Destruction (Nah 1:14) Judah Will Be Safe (Nah 1:15) Destruction to Restore Israel (Nah 2:1,2) Details of the Fall (Nah 2:3-10) Atrocities Will Cease (Nah 2:11-13) Guilt of Bloodshed (Nah 3:1-4) Shame and Disgrace (Nah 3:5-7) Fate Same as Victims (Nah 3:8-11)

16 16 Judah After Israel’s Fall Nahum’s Prophecy Against Nineveh (continued) Assyria’s Vulnerability (Nah 3:12-17) World Will Celebrate Fall (Nah 3:18,19) From Manasseh to Josiah Death of Manasseh (2 Kings 21:17,18a; 2 Chron 33:18-20a) – 641 BC – Jerusalem Amon King of Judah (2 Kings 21:18b,19; 2 Chron 33:20b,21) Amon’s Character (2 Kings 21:20-22; 2 Chron 33:22,23) Amon Assassinated (2 Kings 21:25,23,26a; 2 Chron 33:24) – 639 BC Conspirators Killed (2 Kings 2:24,21:26b; 2 Chron 33:25) Josiah Child-King of Judah (2 Kings 22:1; 2 Chron 34:1) – 639 BC Josiah’s Godly Character (2 Kings 22:2, 23:25; 2 Chron 34:2) Judah’s Judgment Stands (2 Kings 23:26,27)

17 17 Judah After Israel’s Fall Zephaniah Prophesies About The Day of the Lord Preface (Zeph 1:1) The Great Judgment (Zeph 1:2,3) Judah’s Judgement (Zeph 1:4-13) The Great Day of The Lord (Zeph 1:14-18) Judah’s Day of The Lord (Zeph 2:1-3) Philistia’s Judgment (Zeph 2:4-7) Moab’s and Ammon’s Judgment (Zeph 2:8-11) Cush’s Judgment (Zeph 2:12) Assyria’s Judgment (Zeph 2:13-15) Judah’s Sins Listed (Zeph 3:1-7) Plans for Restoration (Zeph 3:8-13) Joy of Salvation (Zeph 3:14-17) Honor for the Redeemed (Zeph 3:18-20)

18 18 Judah After Israel’s Fall Josiah’s Reforms Josiah Attacks Paganism (2 Chron 34:3-7) – 627 BC Jeremiah the Weeping Prophet Preface (Jer 1:1-3) Jeremiah’s Call (Jer 1:4,5) Jeremiah’s Reluctance (Jer 1:6-8) Vision of Almond Branch (Jer 1:9-12) Vision of Boiling Pot (Jer 1:13-16) Strength for the Ministry (Jer 1:17-19)

19 19 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation Israel a Loving Bride (Jer 2:1-3) No Cause for Infidelity (Jer 2:4-9) Idolaters More Faithful (Jer 2:10-12) Living Water Forsaken (Jer 2:13-19) Vine Became Corrupted (Jer 2:20-22) Lust for Foreign Gods (Jer 2:23-25) Idols so Powerless (Jer 2:26-29) God Has Not Forgotten (Jer 2:30-32) Sins are Denied (Jer 2:33-35) Allies Will Disappoint (Jer 2:36,37) Israel’s Harlotry (Jer 3:1-5) Judah Ignores Warning (Jer 3:6-11) Israel Invited to Return (Jer 3:12-22a) Israel’s Confession (Jer 3:22b-25)

20 20 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) Conditions for Return (Jer 4:1,2) Judah Called to Repent (Jer 4:3,4) Impending Fall to Babylon (Jer 4:5-9) Jeremiah Questions God (Jer 4:10) God’s Answer (Jer 4:11,12) Adversary is Coming (Jer 4:13-17) God’s Agony (Jer 4:18-21) Judah’s Foolishness (Jer 4:22) Disastrous Consequences (Jer 4:23-29) Judah to be Betrayed (Jer 4:30,31) Dishonesty Rules Jerusalem (Jer 5:1,2) Even Leaders Unfaithful (Jer 5:3-6) A Lustful Nation (Jer 5:7-9) Punishment for Infidelity (Jer 5:10,11)

21 21 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) False Prophets Lie (Jer 5:12,13) Adversary Will Devour (Jer 5:14-17) Meaning of Punishment (Jer 5:18,19) People Should Fear God (Jer 5:20-25) Injustice Abounds (Jer 5:26-29) People Support Leaders (Jer 5:30,31) Siege of Jerusalem (Jer 6:1-8) Everyone in Jeopardy (Jer 6:9-12) Leaders Deceive (Jer 6:13,14) Sinners Unashamed (Jer 6:15) Ancient Paths Ignored (Jer 6:16-21) Cruelty of Adversary (Jer 6:22-26) Judah as Impure Metal (Jer 6:27-30) False Religiosity Condemned (Jer 7:1-11)

22 22 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) Temple to be Destroyed (Jer 7:12-15) Idolaters Harm Themselves (Jer 7:16-20) Israel Always Stubborn (Jer 7:21-26) Jeremiah to be Rejected (Jer 7:27-29) The Valley of Slaughter (Jer 7:30-34) Bones to be Exposed (Jer 8:1-3) Israel Refuses to Return (Jer 8:4-7) Scribes have Mishandled Law (Jer 8:8,9) Leaders Again Rebuked (Jer 8:10-12) Deprivation Coming (Jer 8:13) Destruction for Sins (Jer 8:14-17) God’s Sorrow (Jer 8:18-9:2) Nation of Liars (Jer 9:3-9)

23 23 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) Thoroughness of Destruction (Jer 9:10,11) Reason for Destruction (Jer 9:12-16) Wailing for Zion (Jer 9:17-22) Proper Boasting (Jer 9:23,24) Circumcision No Guarantee (Jer 9:25,26) Impotence of Idols (Jer 10:1-5) Idols Compared with God (Jer 10:6-10) Jehovah Created Universe (Jer 10:11-13) Idols Created by Man (Jer 10:14-16) Captivity is Coming (Jer 10:17-22) Prayer Against Nations (Jer 10:23-25) Covenant has been Broken (Jer 11:1-5) Covenant’s Curse Invoked (Jer 11:6-8) Idolatry Broke Covenant (Jer 11:9-13)

24 24 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) Too Late to Pray (Jer 11:14) Paganism Provokes Anger (Jer 11:15-17) Plot Against Jeremiah (Jer 11:18-23) Jeremiah Angry at Delay (Jer 12:1-4) God Answers Jeremiah (Jer 12:5-17) Linen Belt a Sign (Jer 13:1-11) Warning of Wineskins (Jer 13:12-14) Threat of Captivity (Jer 13:15-17) Jehoiachin to be Exiled (Jer 13:18,19) Allies Will Be Captors (Jer 13:20,21) Sins are the Cause (Jer 13:22-27) Destruction Like Drought (Jer 14:1-6) How Judah Will Pray (Jer 14:7-9 Prayers Useless (Jer 14:10-12)

25 25 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) Jeremiah’s Question (Jer 14:13) God’s Response (Jer 14:14-18) Prayer of the Just (Jer 14:19-22) Sentence Already Passed (Jer 15:1,2) Four Executions (Jer 15:3,4) Compassion Prevented (Jer 15:5-9) Jeremiah feels Pressure (Jer 15:10) God Reassures (Jer 15:11) The Disaster Specified (Jer 15:12-14) Jeremiah Complains (Jer 15:15-18) God Chastises Jeremiah (Jer 15:19-21) Jeremiah Not to Marry (Jer 16:1-4) Jeremiah Not to Mourn (Jer 16:5-7) Jeremiah Not to Feast (Jer 16:8,9)

26 26 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) Message to be Preached (Jer 16:10-21) God’s Judgment Conveyed (Jer 17:1-4) Trust in Man Futile (Jer 17:5-8) God Knows the Heart (Jer 17:9-11) Plea for Swift Execution (Jer 17:12-18) Keeping the Sabbath Holy (Jer 17:19-27) Jeremiah visits Potter (Jer 18:1-4) Lesson of the Potter (Jer 18:5-12) The Potter’s Plans (Jer 18:13-17) Conspiracy Against Jeremiah (Jer 18:18) Jeremiah’s Anger (Jer 18:19-23) Message for Topeth (Jer 19:1-9) Meaning of Broken Jar (Jer 19:10-13) Jeremiah Predicts Disaster (Jer 19:14,15)

27 27 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Rebukes an Unfaithful Nation (continued) Eating and Imprisonment (Jer 20:1,2) Judgment Against Pashhur (Jer 20:3-6) Jeremiah’s Self-Pity (Jer 20:14-18) Jeremiah Feels Betrayed (Jer 20:7-10) Jeremiah Praises God (Jer 20:11-13)

28 28 Judah After Israel’s Fall Effect of Jeremiah’s Preaching Temple is Repaired (2 Kings 22:3-7; 2 Chron 34:8-13) – 621 BC – Jerusalem Book of the Law Found (2 Kings 22:8; 2 Chron 34:14,15) Law Read to Josiah (2 Kings 22:9,10; 2 Chron 34:16-18) Josiah Sees Significance (2 Kings 22:11-13; 2 Chron 34:19-21) Huldah the Prophetess (2 Kings 22:14-20; 2 Chron 34:22-28) Law Read to the People (2 Kings 23:1,2; 2 Chron 34:29,30) Covenant Renewed (2 Kings 23:3; 2 Chron 34:31,32) Josiah’s Sweeping Reforms (2 Kings 23:4-14,24; 2 Chron 34:33) Reforms Extend to Samaria (2 Kings 23:15-20) – Bethel Great Passover Celebration (2 Kings 23:21-23; 2 Chron 35:1-19) – 621 BC – Jerusalem Records of Josiah’s Reign (2 Kings 23:28; 2 Chron 35:26,27)

29 29 Judah After Israel’s Fall Assyriah Falls and Babylon Emerges Josiah Killed in Battle (2 Kings 23:29,30a; 2 Chron 35:20-25) – 609 BC – The Plain of Megiddo Jehoahaz (Shallum) King (2 Kings 23:30b,31; 2 Chron 36:1,2) – Jerusalem Character of Jehoahaz (w Kings 23:32) Neco Takes Jehoahaz Captive (2 Kings 23:33; 2 Chron 36:3) – 609 BC Jehoiakim Made Puppet King (2 Kings 23:34,36; 2 Chron 36:4,5a) – 608 BC Jehoiakim’s Character (2 Kings 23:37; 2 Chron 36:5b) Tribute paid to Neco (2 Kings 23:35) Prophecy about Jehoahaz (Jer 22:10-17)

30 30 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Faces Charges Prediction About Jerusalem (Jer 26:1-6) Priests confront Jeremiah (Jer26:7-9) Charge before Officials (Jer 26:10,11) Jeremiah’s Defense (Jer 26:12-15) Defense from Others (Jer 26:16-19) Jeremiah Released (Jer 26:24) Uriah has worse Fate (Jer 26:20-23) Jeremiah’s Judgment Against Egypt Defeat coming at Carchemish (Jer 46:1-11) Babylon will subdue Egypt (Jer 46:12-26) Reassurance to Judah (Jer 46:27,28) Philistines’ Jeopardy (Jer 47:1-7)

31 31 Judah After Israel’s Fall Habakkuk’s Questioning Prophecy Preface (Hab 1:1) Should Evil Prevail? (Hab 1:2-4) Babylon will Punish (Hab 1:5-11) Wicked as Executioners? (Hab 1:12-2:1) Wicked always Punished (Hab 2:2-17) God is in Control (Hab 2:18-20) Habakkuk’s Prayer (Hab 3:1-10) First Deportation from Judah Judah Babylonia’s Captive (2 Kings 24:1a) – 605 BC Jehoiakim Bound (2 Chron 36:6) – in Babylon First Captives Taken (2 Chron 36:7) Egypt Cannot Help (2 Kings 24:7)

32 32 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Tells Length of Captivity Reminder of Rejection (Jer 25:1-7) – 604 BC Captivity to be 70 Years (Jer 25:8-11) Babylonia will Fall (Jer 25:12-14) God’s Cup of Wrath (Jer 25:15-26) Judgment Against Nations (Jer 25:27-32) Severity of the Judgment (Jer 25:33-38) Wine set before Recabites (Jer 35:1-5) Recabites Tell of Observance (Jer 35:6-12) Message for Juday (Jer 35:13-17) Recabites Blessed (Jer 35:18,19)

33 33 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jehoiakim Burns Jeremiah’s Scroll Scroll to be Written (Jer 36:1-3) – 604 BC Dictated to Baruch (Jer 36:4) Baruch given Perspective (Jer 45:1-5) Baruch to Read Scroll (Jer 36:5-7) Baruch Reads Scroll (Jer 36:8-10) – 603 BC Officials hear of Scroll (Jer 36:11-15) Officials warn Baruch (Jer 36:16-19) Jehoiakim Burns Scroll (Jer 36:20-26) Scroll to be Rewritten (Jer 36:27,28) Judgment Against Jehoiakim (Jer 36:29-31) Second Scroll Written (Jer 36:32) – 603 BC

34 34 Judah After Israel’s Fall Daniel the Faithful Captive Captives for King’s Service (Dan 1:3-5) – 604 BC – in Babylon Names Changed (Dan 1:6,7) Royal Food Refused (Dan 1:8-16) Special Abilities (Dan 1:17) Favor of Nebuchadnezzar (Dan 1:18-20) – ca 601 BC Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream Nebuchadnezzar has Dream (Dan 2:1-3) – ca 601 BC Wise Men cannot Reveal (Dan 2:4-11) Wise Men Threatened (Dan 2:12-16) Daniel Prays about Dream (Dan 2:17-23) God to Interpret (Dan 2:24-30) The Dream Revealed (Dan 2:31-35) The Dream Interpreted (Dan 2:36-45) Honors Paid to Daniel (Dan 2:46-49)

35 35 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jehoiakim’s Last Years Jehoiakim Attempts Rebellion (2 Kings 24:1b) – 602 BC Judah’s Neighbors Harass (2 Kings 24:2-4) – BC Judgment Against Moab (Jer 48:1-47) Against Ammon (Jer 49:1-6) Against Edom (Jer 49:7-22) Against Damascus (Jer 49:23-27) Against Kedar and Hazor (Jer 49:28-33) Jehoiakim’s Death Seen (Jer 22:18-23) Jehoiakim’s Death (2 Kings 24:5,6a; 2 Chron 36:8a) – 597 BC

36 36 Judah After Israel’s Fall The Great Deportation Jehoiachin Child-King (2 Kings 24:6b,8; 2 Chron 36:8b,9a) – 597 BC – Jerusalem Jehoiachin’s Character (2 Kings 24:9; 2 Chron 36:9b) Jeremiah’s Prophecy (Jer 22:24-30) Jehoiachin Taken Captive (2 Kings 24:10-12; 2 Chron 36:10a; Dan 1:1) – 597 BC The Great Deportation (2 Kings 24:13-16; Dan 1:2) – 597 BC The Reign of Zedekiah Zedekiah a Puppet King (2 Kings 24:17,18; 2 Chron 36:10b,11; Jer 37:1, 52:1) – 597 BC Zedikiah’s Character (2 Kings 24:19,20a; 2 Chron 36:12,13b-16; Jer 37:2, 52:2,3a)

37 37 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah’s Prophecies Under Zedekiah Vision of the Figs (Jer 24:1-120) Letter to Exiles (Jer 29:1-23) Message for Shemaiah (Jer 29:24-32) Jeremiah to wear Yoke (Jer 27:1-3) – 593 BC Meaning to the Nations (Jer 27:4-11) Meaning to Judah (Jer 27:12-15) Fate of Temple Articles (Jer 27:16-22) Hananiah Contradicts Jeremiah (Jer 28:1-4) – 593 BC Jeremiah’s Response (Jer 28:5-9) Hananiah Breaks Yoke (Jer 28:10,11) Hananiah’s Punishment (Jer 28:12-17) Attack against Prophets (Jer 23:9-14, 15-24) Dreams are Delusions (Jer 23:25-32) False Oracles (Jer 23:33-40) Message given to Seraiah (Jer 51:59) – 593 BC

38 38 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah’s Prophecies Under Zedekiah (continued) Judgment Against Babylon (Jer 50:1-3) Judah’s Exile will End (Jer 50:4-10) Babylon to be Disgraced (Jer 50:11-13) Babylon’s Enemies Encouraged (Jer 50:13-16) Nebuchadnezzar to be Punished (Jer 50:17,18) Israel and Judah Forgiven (Jer 50:19,20) Enemies Called to War (Jer 50:21-30) Arrogance causes Defeat (Jer 50:31,32) Israel’s Redeemer Strong (Jer 50:33,34) Babylon’s Coming Desolation (Jer 50:35-40) Enemies from the North (Jer 50:41-46) Israel Not Forsaken (Jer 51:1-5) Joy of Captives’ Release (Jer 51:6-10) Medes Will Subdue Babylon (Jer 51:11-14) God’s Creative Power (Jer 51:15,16)

39 39 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah’s Prophecies Under Zedekiah (continued) Idols are Powerless (Jer 51:17-19) Israel God’s Instrument (Jer 51:20-23) Completeness of Destruction (Jer 51:24-26) Strength of the Medes (Jer 51:27-33) Vengeance of Nebuchadnezzar (Jer 51:34,35) Babylon’s Great Fall (Jer 51:36-44) Prepare for Return (Jer 51:45-50) God’s Retribution (Jer 51:51-58) Seraiah’s Instructions (Jer 51:60-64a) Judgment against Elam (Jer 49:34-39) Hebrew Slaves Retaken (Jer 34:8-11) Law Violated (Jer 34:12-16) Fate of Covenant Breakers (Jer 34:17-20) Punishment for Judah (Jer 34:21,22)

40 40 Judah After Israel’s Fall Ezekiel, Prophet in Exile God’s Hand on Ezekiel (Ezek 1:1-3) – River Kebar – 592 BC Vision of Four Creatures (Ezek 1:4-24) Appearance of God (Ezek 1:25-28) God Calls Ezekiel (Ezek 2:1,2) Ezekiel’s Mission Told (Ezek 2:3-8) Ezekiel Eats Scroll (Ezek 2:9-3:3) Difficulty of Ministry (Ezek 3:4-11) Vision Ends (Ezek 3:12,13) Ezekiel Stunned (Ezek 3:14,15) – Tel Abib Accountability of Ministry (Ezek 3:16-21) Taken to Plain (Ezek 3:22,23) Sign of Confinement (Ezek 3:24-27) Sign of Siege (Ezek 4:1-3) Sign of Discomfort (Ezek 4:4-8)

41 41 Judah After Israel’s Fall Ezekiel, Prophet in Exile (continued) Sign of Defiled Food (Ezek 4:9-17) Sign of Ezekiel’s Hair (Ezek 5:1-17) Prophecy Against Mountains (Ezek 6:1-14) The End Has Come (Ezek 7:1-9, 10-27) Ezekiel’s Denunciations of Judah Ezekiel Taken to Jerusalem (Ezek 8:1-4) – Tel Abib – 591 BC Idolatry in Temple (Ezek 8:5-18) Death of Idolators (Ezek 9:1-11) Glory Leaves Temple (Ezek 10:1-22) Corrupt Leaders Judged (Ezek 11:1-13) Promise of Restoration (Ezek 11:14-21) Ezekiel Returned to Tel Abib (Ezek 11:22-25)

42 42 Judah After Israel’s Fall Ezekiel’s Denunciations of Judah (continued) The Exile Enactment (Ezek 12:1-16) The Anxiety Enactment (Ezek 12:17-20) Certainty of Prophecies (Ezek 12:21-25) Immediacy of Fulfillment (Ezek 12:26-28) Deceit of False Prophets (Ezek 13:1-16) Sin of the Prophetesses (Ezek 13:17-23) Prophecy not for Idolators (Ezek 14:1-11) Judgment Inescapable (Ezek 14:12-23) The Useless Vine (Ezek 15:1-8) The Unfaithful Wife (Ezek 16:1-63) Two Eagles and a Vine (Ezek 17:1-24) Personal Accountability (Ezek 18:1-20) Repentance and Rejection (Ezek 18:21-32) Lament for the Kings (Ezek 19:1-14)

43 43 Judah After Israel’s Fall Ezekiel’s Denunciations of Judah (continued) History of Rebelliousness (Ezek 20:1-29) – 590 BC Present Rebelliousness (Ezek 20:30-38) Time of No Rebellion (Ezek 20:39-44) View to the Homeland (Ezek 20:45-49) Sword of Judgment (Ezek 21:1-12, 13-17) Babylonia is Sword (Ezek 21:18-24) Warning to Zedekiah (Ezek 21:25-27) Ammonites Share Fate (Ezek 21:28-32) Enumeration of Sins (Ezek 22:1-16, 17-31) Two Promiscuous Sisters (Ezek 23:1-13, 14-27, 28-45, 46-49) Oholah is Samaria Oholibah is Jerusalem

44 44 Judah After Israel’s Fall Siege of Jerusalem Rebellion Against Babylon (2 Kings 24:20b; 2 Chron 36:13a; Jer 52:3b) – BC Siege of Jerusalem (2 Kings 25:1; Jer 39:1, 52:4) – 588 BC Siege Announced to Ezekiel The Siege Announced (Ezek 24:1,2) – 588 BC Parable of the Cooking Pot (Ezek 24:3-14) Death of Wife (Ezek 24:15-24) Sign of Jerusalem’s Fall (Ezek 24:25-27)

45 45 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah’s Prophecies During Siege Zedekiah Inquires of Fate (Jer 21:1,2) Famine, Plague, and Sword (Jer 21:3-7) Choice of Surrender (Jer 21:8-10) Righteousness Paramount (Jer 21:11-14) Judgment Against Evil Kings (Jer 22:1-9) Zedekiah to be Captive (Jer 34:1-3) Not to be Killed (Jer 34:4,5) Jeremiah informs Zedekiah (Jer 34:6,7) Jeremiah’s Confinement (Jer 32:1-5) – 587 BC Jeremiah Relates Purchase (Jer 32:6-12) Life Will Go On (Jer 32:13-15) Jeremiah Praises God (Jer 32:16-25) Charge Against Jerusalem (Jer 32:26-35) Promise of Restoration (Jer 32:36-41) Business Will Revive (Jer 32:42-44)

46 46 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah’s Prophecies During Siege (continued) Second Warning (Jer 33:1-5) Second Promise (Jer 33:6-9) Joy Will Return (Jer 33:10,11) Prosperity Will Return (Jer 33:12,13) Restoration Promises (Jer 30:1-3) Exile Will End (Jer 30:4-11) Sins Brought Exile (Jer 30:12-15) Healing Coming (Jer 30:16,17) All Will Be Normal (Jer 30:18-24) The Joy of Restoration (Jer 31:1-14) Encouragement (Jer 31:15-17, 18-25) Awakening (Jer 31:26)

47 47 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Sees Spiritual Restoration Under the Messiah First Discourse Regathering of Remnant (Jer 23:1-4) Righteous Branch of David (Jer 23:5,6) Restoration Will be Witness (Jer 23:7,8) Second Discourse Righteous Branch of David (Jer 33:14-16) Spiritual Leadership (Jer 33:17,18) Certainty of the Promise (Jer 33:19-22) Israel in the New Kingdom (Jer 33:23-26) Third Discourse Time of Rebuilding (Jer 31:27,28) Personal Accountability (Jer 31:29,30) A New Covenant (Jer 31:31-34) Israel Always Special (Jer 31:33-37) A Lasting Jerusalem (Jer 31:38-40)

48 48 Judah After Israel’s Fall Ezekiel’s Prophecies During Siege Judgment Against Ammon (Ezek 25:1-7) – ca 588 BC Judgment Against Moab (Ezek 25:8-11) Judgment Against Edom (Ezek 25:12-14) Judgment Against Philistia (Ezek 25:15-17) Judgment Against Egypt (Ezek 29:1-16) – 587 BC Lament for Egypt (Ezek 30:1-19) Judgment Against Pharaoh (Ezek 30:20-26) – 586 BC Egypt Compared to Assyria (Ezek 31:1-18) – 586 BC Judgment Against Tyre (Ezek 26:1-21) – 586 BC Lament for Tyre (Ezek 27:1-11, 12-24, 25-36) Judgment Against Tyre’s King (Ezek 28:1-10) King’s Satan-like Rule (Ezek 28:11-19) Judgment Against Sidon (Ezek 28:20-26)

49 49 Judah After Israel’s Fall Jeremiah Escapes Death Future Fate Sought (Jer 37:3-5) Babylonians Will Return (Jer 37:6-10) Jeremiah Imprisoned (Jer 37:11-16) Zedekiah Warned Again (Jer 37:17) Limited Release (Jer 37:18-21 Officials Conspire (Jer 38:1-3) Jeremiah put into Cistern (Jer 38:4-6) Jeremiah Rescued (Jer 38:7-13) Zedekiah Asks Privately (Jer 38:14-16) Zedekiah’s Options (Jer 38:17,18) Zedekiah Fears Surrender (Jker 38:19-23) Conversation Kept Secret (Jer 38:24-27) House Arrest Continues (Jer 38:28)

50 50 Judah After Israel’s Fall Fall of Jerusalem Wall is Broken (2 Kgs 25:2-4a; Jer 39:2,3, 52:5-7a) – Jerusalem – 586 BC King and Army Flee (2 Kgs 25:4b-6a; Jer 39:4,5a, 52:7b-9a) Zedekiah Humiliated (2 Kgs25:6b,7; Jer39:5b-7, 52:9b-11) – Riblah Destruction of City (2 Kgs 25:8-10; 2 Chr 36:17,19; Jer 39:8, 52:12-14) – Jerusalem – 586 BC Officials Executed (2 Kgs 25:18-21a; Jer 52:24-27a) Treasures Taken (2 Kgs 25:13-17; 2 Chr 36:18; Jer 52:17-23) – Jerusalem Further Deportations Begin (2 Kgs 25:11-12; Jer 39:9,10, 52:15,16) Number of Future Captives (2 Kgs 25:21b; Jer 52:27b-30) – BC Prospect for Captives (2 Chr 36:20,21) – Babylon

51 51 Judah After Israel’s Fall Gedaliah and Jeremiah Gedaliah Made Governor (2 Kgs 25:22) – 586 BC Jeremiah’s Prior Assurance (Jer 39:15-18) – Jerusalem Jeremiah Saved (Jer 39:11-14) Details of Release (Jer 40:1-5) – Ramah Jeremiah with those Left (Jer 40:6) – Mizpah Jeremiah’s Lamentations A Remnant Flees to Egypt Gedaliah Welcomes Officers (2 Kgs 25:23-24; Jer 40:7-10) – Mizpah – 586 BC Remnant Harvests Fruits (Jer 40:11,12) Warning About Ishmael (Jer 40:13-16) Gedaliah Assassinated (2 Kgs 25:25; Jer 41:1-3) Seventy Murdered (Jer 41:4-9) People of Mizpah Taken (Jer 41:10)

52 52 Judah After Israel’s Fall A Remnant Flees to Egypt (continued) Johanan Rescues (Jer 41:11-15) Fear of Babylonians (2 Kgs 25:26; Jer 41:16-18) – near Bethlehem Jeremiah Asks for Direction (Jer 42:1-4) Promise of Compliance (Jer 42:5,6) Remnant to Stay (Jer 42:7-18) Warning Against Flight (Jer 42:19-22) Jeremiah called Liar (Jer 43:1-3) Remnant Led Away (Jer 43:4-7) Prophecy About Egypt (Jer 43:8-13) Egyptian Hebrews Warned (Jer 44:1-14) People’s Impudent Response (Jer 44:15-19) Paganism Judah’s Downfall (Jer 44:20-23) Judgment Against Idolaters (Jer 44:24-28) Pharaoh’s Fate a Sign (Jer 44:29,30) End of Jeremiah’s Ministry (Jer 51:64b


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