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Based on a Locust plague
Joel
Uses acrostic poetry
Lamentations
Shows Judah to be good people
Nahum
Written in apocalyptic style
Ezekiel or Zechariah
Half is written in Aramaic
Daniel
Includes suffering servant passeges
Isaiah
Deals with the sins of Josiah's time
Zephaniah
The longest minor prophet
Zechariah
The most biographical
Jeremiah
Has a vision of a statue
Daniel
"Babylon is coming"
Jeremiah or Habakkuk
Preaches repentance to Ninevah
Jonah
Preaches condemnation on Ninevah
Nahum
Condems Edom
Obadiah
Book of grace in the Old Testament
Hosea
Written in a question and answer format
Habakkuk
The shortest minor prophet
Obadiah
We placed as the oldest prophetic book
Obadiah
Book of judgment on Israel by a sheepherder
Amos
Based on a prophet marrying a prostitute
Hosea
Daniel is an "Exilic" prophet. _______ is another.
Ezekiel
Jonah and Hosea are "Pre-assyrian" prophets to Israel. _______ is another.
Amos
________ is the longest minor prophet.
Zechariah
Zechariah and _________ were written to spur the Jews on in thier rebuilding of the temple.
Haggai
Nahum is an "Assyrian" prophet that preached about Nineveh. _______ is a "Pre-Assyrian" prophet that preached about Nineveh.
Jonah
_______,_________,________ are "Post-exilic" prophets.
Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi
_________ prophesied to Israel, though he lived in Judah.
Amos
Habakkuk uses questions and answers. ________ uses accusations, objections, and refutations.
Malachi
The prophet ________ is related to King Josiah.
Isaiah and Zephaniah
The prophet ________ was taken into exile in 605 BC.
Daniel
Includes acrostic poetry
Lamentations
The author is sometimes called the "Prophet of Visions"
Ezekiel
Tells of Nebuchanezzar eating grass
Daniel
The author communicated his message in some strange symbolic actions.
Ezekiel
Includes the vision/dream of the statue made of various materials
Daniel
The author was captured in Babylon's raid of 605 BC.
Daniel
Parts are written in Aramaic
Daniel
Tells of men who were thrown into the fiery furnace
Daniel
Includes the line, "how lonely sits the city."
Lamentations
Tells of events that took place the night Babylon fell to the Persians.
Daniel
Shortest book of the Old Testament
Obadiah
First writing prophet (according to the dates we are using)
Obadiah
Addresses the treachery of the Edomites
Obadiah
Written sermon based on a locust plague
Joel
According to your reading for today, the book of Nahum primarily deasl with:
a. The promised Messiah
b. Condemnation on Assyria
c. Prophecy of the fall of Jerusalem
d. None of the above
B- condemnation on Assyria
Deals with "six days of social injustice" and "one day of hy[ocrisy"
Micah
Includes passages on the "suffering servant"
Isaiah
An unusual prophetic book in that it pictures the nation of Judah in a favorable way
Nahum
Includes many messianic prophecies
Isaiah
Outline the book of Isaiah in the two-part format we used
Chapters Brief desc.
1-39 _________
4-66 _________
Judgment
Comfort
Repentance to Nineveh (Assyria)
Jonah
Missions to Non-Jews
Jonah
Pre-Assyrian time period
Audience is Israel
Jonah, Amos, Hosea
Judgment on Israel (dark)
Amos
Sheepherder from Judah to Israel
Amos
Grace
Hosea
Marriage to a prostitute
Hosea
Condemnation of Petra and Edom
Obadiah
First written prophet
Obadiah
Shortest Old Testament book
Obadiah
Repent before the coming day of the Lord
Joel
Locust plague
Joel
Oppression in Judah
Micah
Social injustice for 6 days and hypocricy for one day
Micah
Pre- Assyrian time period
Judah is the audience
Obadiah, Joel, Micah
Judgment (1-39)
Comfort (40-66)
Isaiah
Suffering servant
Isaiah
Messianic prophecies
Isaiah
Woe to Nineveh
Nahum
Judah seen as righteous
Nahum
Best poetry
Nahum
Sins of Josiah's day
Zephaniah
Josiah's relative and "day of the Lord"
Zephaniah
Assyrian time period
Judah is the audience
Isaiah, Nahum, Zepheniah
Q/A format
Habakkuk
Babylon is coming
Habakkuk and Jeremiah
Righteous, live by faith
Habakkuk
Musical
Habakkuk
Most autobiographical
Jeremiah
Chaldean time period
Judah is the audience
Habakkuk, Jeremiah, Lamentations
Fall of Jerusalem
Lamentations
Acrostic Poetry
Lamentations
Judah to be destroyed and restored
Ezekiel
Visions, symbolic
Ezekiel
Action, Apocalyptic
Ezekiel
God controls nations
Daniel
Dream of statue
Daniel
Half Aramaic
Daniel
Exilic time period
Exiles are the audience
Ezekiel and Daniel
Start building the temple
Haggai
Mentioned in Ezra
Haggai
Finish the temple
Zechariah
Look for the Mesiah
Zechariah
Longest minor prophet
Zechariah
Messianic prophesies
Zechariah
Apocalyptic
Zechariah
Shake up a discouraged remnant
Malachi
Last book of the Old Testament
Malachi
Accusations, Denial, Proofs
Malachi
Post-exilic time period
Returnees are the audience
Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi