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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 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 Kingdom An additional four-hundred-year period during which Israel becomes a full-fledged nation ruled by a monarchy Exile A seventy-year period during which Israel’s leaders live in exile, having been conquered by foreign countries Return The return of exiled Jews to Jerusalem to rebuild the city and the temple Silence A 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
EraFigureDescription Creation AdamThe first man Patriarch AbrahamThe first patriarch Exodus MosesThe leader of the exodus Conquest JoshuaThe leader of Israel’s army Judges SamsonThe most famous judge Kingdom DavidThe most well-known Israelite king Exile DanielThe major exile prophet Return EzraThe central return leader Silence PhariseesThe religious leaders GospelsJesusThe predicted Messiah ChurchPeterThe leader of the early Church MissionsPaulThe first Christian missionary
Figure: Ezra Location: Jerusalem Story-line: Ezra leads the people back from exile to rebuild Jerusalem Major themes: Disrepair Temple People Walls
Figure: Jesus Location: Palestine Story-line: Jesus comes in fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies of a savior and offers salvation and the true kingdom of God. While some accept Him, most reject Him, and He is crucified, buried, and resurrected.
Jesus’ Teachings including Parables ◦ Temptation of Jesus Luke 4:1-13 ◦ Mary and Martha Luke 10:38-42 ◦ Teaching on Prayer Luke 11:9-10 ◦ House on a Rock Luke 6:46-49 Jesus’ Miracles ◦ Jairus Daughter Luke 8:40-56 Jesus’ Death and Resurrection ◦ Crucifixion Luke 23:26-49
Pentecost – the Holy Spirit Given to all believers. Acts 2:1-4 Peter and the Fellowship of the Believers Acts 2:36-47
Figure: Peter Location: Jerusalem Story-line: Peter, shortly after the ascension of Jesus, is used by God to establish the Church, God’s next major plan for man.
Peter heals the lame beggar Peter’s Dream. The Gospel goes To the Gentiles (non-Jews) for the First time Acts 10
Figure: Paul Location: Roman Empire Story-line: Paul expands the Church into the Roman Empire during the next two decades.
Saul on the Road to Damascus Saul later renamed to Paul
Philippians 1:1-11 – Greetings to the church at Philippi
A new Heaven and a new Earth New Jerusalem
The assignment for week 5 is to review the Powerpoints for the Game Show Weekly updates posted on ◦ Powerpoint ◦ Era Details I’ll you with a reminder each week
The fruit is Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness and Self-Control Galatians 5:22-23