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Theme 1
God's sovereign control of all things through his creation
Genesis 1
God's soverign control of all things through His creation
Gen. 2
Creation of man shows him to be the creation of the soverign God
Gen 3
The Fall of man shows man's rejection of God's rightful authority over him
Gen 4
God's redemptive activity in response to man's sin
Melchizedek?
Gen.
Hagar?
Gen.
Ishmael?
Gen.
Abel
Gen.
Cain
Gen.
Ararat
Gen.
Lot
Gen.
Rebekah
Gen.
Potiphar
Gen.
Abraham's promise?
1. Land of canaan
2. Redemptive blessing
3. Great name
4. Great nation
Exodus Themes
1. God's faithfulness to His promise to Abraham
2. God's special revelation of the Law
3. Instructions fo the building of the tabernacle for worship
Basic description of the tabernacle?
Exodus
Leviticus Themes
1. purpose for Israel...'you shall be to Me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation."
2. Holiness, or separateness, of God, need for Israel to be set apart
3. Need for atonement through the various sacrifices and rituals.
4. emphasis on number 7.
Numbers Themes
1. The way the covenant worked in Israel's life.
2. Nature of man is seen is their struggle with the covenant stipulations
3. Refusal to trust God even given every evidence of God's presence.
4. Blessing when they obey and Judment when they do not obey
5. census
kadesh barnea
Numbers
Joshua
Numbers
Caleb
Numbers
Balaam
Numbers
Cities of refuge
Numbers
Baal-peor
Numbers
Deuteronomy Themes
1. Recapitulation of the Law prior to entry into Promised land
2. New generation after Kadesh Barnea. Their future depended upon faithful obedience to the Covenant
3. Basic requirement for Israel was not the legalistic law but love for God.
4. God's convenant was not once-for-all, but a continuing relationship
5. Deutoronomy pattern (stands for all of Israe's history): Obedience brings blessing, unfaithfulness brings judgement
Joshua Themes
1. Faithfulness to the covenant
2. God's power to do what He promised
Rahab?
Joshua
Jericho
Joshua
Achan, Ai
Joshua
Judges Themes
1. Canaanization of the Hebrews
2. Compromise, and disregard for God's covenant
3. Cycle of the Judges
a- "did evil", forsook God, served idols
b- God's anger
c- given to their enemies
d- people cried to the Lord
e- God raised up a deliverer

4. to show what happens when God's people disregard the covenant, deterioration of people "to do what is right in their own eyes."
5. 'there was no king in Israel'
Levite and his concubine
Judges
Deborah
Judges
Gideon
Judges
Samson
Judges
Micah
Judges
Ruth Themes
1. God's hidden providence
2. The kind of people that God uses to accomplish his purposes, who despite their culture are obedient and faithful
3. Hesed - covenant faithfulness
Ruth for Naomi, Boaz to Ruth, Ruth to Boaz, Boaz to God, God to his people
Elimelech
Ruth
Obed
Ruth
Levirate marriage
Ruth
I Samuel Themes
I Sam 2:30 - "...those who honor me I will honor, those who despise me will be lightly esteemed."

1. transition from Theocracy to Monarchy
2. Samuel anoints Saul, rejects Saul, anoints David
3. Ride of David, demise of Saul - Saul's partial obedience, killing the priests, consults witch
3. David's quality of his commitment to the soverignty of God and didnt take matters into his own hands, but trusted God
Goliath
I Sam
Hannah
I sam
Eli
I Sam
Ebenezer
I Sam
Jonathan
I sam.
2 Samuel Themes
1. Mercy and forgiveness of God's response to David's sin.
2. Promise to David to establish his dynasty forever.
3. God does not allow David to build Him a temple, or house.
Joab
2 Sam.
Uriah
2 Sam.
Araunuh, the Jebusite. aka. Ornan
2 Sam.
Abner
2 Sam.
Bathsheba
2 Sam.
Kings Themes
1. From Death of David to fall of Jerusalem in 586 B.C.
2. Kings were either pleasing, or not pleasing to the Lord.
3. Rehoboam - last king of monarchy, Kingdom split in 931 B.C.
4. Jeroboam, first king of Israel (north), wanted independence from Judah, set up Dan and Bethel as centers and golden calves, chose his own priests,
5. Dates:
931 - division of kingdom
843 - Ahab fights the Assyrians
722 - Fall of North to Assyria
701 - Sennacherib of Assyria lays seige to Jerusalem
609 - Death of Josiah
605- Battle of Carchemish, where Nebuchadnezzar of Babylong defeated Nechoh of Egypt
586 - fall of Judah to Babylon
Jeroboam
1 Kings
Elijah
Kings
Nathan
Kings
Rehoboam
Kings
Jezebel
Kings
Ahab
Kings
Elisha
Kings
Chronicles
1. Parallel account of Israel History in Samuel to Kings.
2. Kings of Judah emphasized
3. Exile is seen as God's last judgment on His disobedient people
4. Emphasis on proper temple worship
5. directed to those who returned from the Exile to make it clear that the covenant applies to them also.