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

2 Enter “survey” in the Search

3  Two prizes for the reciting the Books of the Old Testament and New Testament in class

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5 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 ExodusThe exodus of the Hebrew people as they are delivered out of four hundred years of slavery in Egypt ConquestThe 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

6 EraFigureDescription Creation AdamThe first man Patriarch AbrahamThe first patriarch ExodusMosesThe leader of the exodus ConquestJoshuaThe 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

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9 Figure: Moses Location: Egypt Story-line: Through Moses God delivers the Hebrew people from slavery in Egypt and then gives them the Law Major themes:  Deliverance: Exodus 12:1-30  Law Ten Commandments: Exodus 20:1-17  Kadesh Barnea  Forty Years Wandering

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11 Exodus 12:1-30 – Israelites Passover John 1:29, 36 – Behold the Lamb of God I Peter 1:18-20 – A Lamb without blemish I Corinthians 5:7 – Christ, our Passover Lamb Luke 22:1-20

12 Exodus 20:1-17

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14 Stephen’s speech in Acts 7:2-38

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16 Figure: Joshua Location: Canaan Story-line: Joshua leads the conquest of the Promised Land Major Themes:  Jordan  Jericho: Joshua 5:13- 6:21  Conquest  Dominion

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18  The assignment for week 3 is do two days of Bible Reading Highlights  Weekly updates posted on ◦ Powerpoint ◦ Era Details  I’ll you with a reminder each week

19 Beloved let us love one another (love one another) For love is of God and everyone that loveth is born of God and knoweth God He that loveth not … knoweth not God for God is love (God is love) Beloved let us love one another First John Four Seven and Eight


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