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God spoke the word, the world was made

And the Fall occurred

Years of sin then the rain was heard

But Noah was protected

The promise came, Abraham believed

Isaac and Jacob the promise received

Joseph was sold but his brothers reprieved

And we end the book in Egypt

These are the generations

Out of Egypt they came

The plagues displayed God’s mighty name

They crossed the sea

And a song they sang

And then they faced a desert

Manna he gave

Then the Ten Commands

But they made a calf and shouted demands

Moses prayed, God stayed his hand

Moses prayed, God stayed his hand

Redemption out of bondage

For their sins they bring the burnt

The grain

The peace offering

The guilt

And the sin offering

And the Day of Atonement

Some foods are clean, others do not eat

Many other laws you’ve got to keep

Feasts and Sabbaths and the Jubilee

Some promises and warnings

Purity and holiness

Tribes and people to count

Various laws, quite a large amount

Everyone complains

And the spies recount the hopelessness of conquest

Forty years in the desert sand

Fightings and plagues ‘til they couldn’t stand

Never inside the promised land

‘Til all but two had perished

Grumblings and wanderings

Moses speaks

Of the promised land, he gets a peek

To show the contract is all he seeks, the covenant with Yahweh

Love the Lord with all your heart

Truth and justice shall not depart

Teach your children, these things impart

For blessings in the land

Will you keep the covenant?

The Jordan River's crossed

The walls of Jericho tumble down

Achan disobeys

Then Ai's lost. Repentance lets them take the town

The Gibeonites' lies caused them pain

The sun stood still in the southern campaign

The north was won

And territories claimed

Josh’ua asks, ‘Whom will you serve?’ in the Promised Land

Hist’ry cycles ‘round... the cycles of their sin

They all do right in their own eyes


Then repentance... when up to God they raise their cries

Then a judge is found


And Ehud victories won

Deborah, Barak

And Gideon


Don’t forget Samson

Ruth was also during this time

Samuel gets his call

The people plead to have a king

Samuel forewarns

Then anoints Saul

But Saul won’t listen to anything

David is anointed

Saul pursues

When Saul fin’ally dies

Fin’ally David they choose

David's adultery was power abused

Absalom almost takes the throne

The first of Israel's kings

The temple

And Solomon

Ten tribes from Rehoboam slip away

Israel's Jeroboams

Ahab, and sons tend to lead the poeple astray

In Judah, are the evil like Manasseh

The good—Hezekiah

And Josiah

God sends Elijah and Elisha

The end result of all this sin is exile from the land


Like Samuel and Kings it covers similar ground

David's and Solomon's stories

Then all the kings of the southern crown

But Chronicles is more religious history

The temple is central to the story

God says, ‘Come before me, seek my face and humble yourselves. Then I’ll heal your land’

Were amid the time of return to the land

Zerubbabel works to see the temple restored

Ezra reads them God’s commands

Nehemiah leads the way in raising the wall

Their enemies ridicule and say it’ll fall

The covenant's renewed by one and all

Esther is in Persia saving her people there

Job possessed integrity

Satan put him to a test after getting leave from God

Three friends said that Job was suffering for his own sin

But Job maintained his righteous stand

Young Elihu spoke

But God’s word thundered last

And God restored his life again

All hundred fifty sectioned into five books

For festivals and courts and prayer



And Confidence


And Remembrance


And Thanksgiving Psalms

Psalms of David


The ‘sons’ of Korah and other unknown worshippers


From Solomon and others

For wisdom on the road of life

Early parts develop themes, later an assortment of short and prudent principles

The fear of the Lord is the start of wisdom

But fools despise discipline

Shows us ‘the Preacher’ or ‘the Teacher’ teaching in the wisdom strain

‘Vanity!’ ‘Vapor!’ ’Everything is meaningless’

Like hopelessly chasing the wind!

If this is true, fear God and obey

For everything will pass away

Or ‘Canticles’ or the ‘Song of Solomon’

Understood in different ways

Often allegorically read by Jews and Christians of God’s love for his chosen ones

Or simply as a drama

Or group of love songs celebrating human love

________ saw God’s glory

Warned Assyria would come

A promise of Immanuel

In the midst of many woes

Hezekiah’s rescue

Hope of leaving Babylon

The suffering and the glory of the Servant

________ suffered for the message he proclaimed

God will not deliver you. Give up to Babylon!

Though Jerusalem is lost

A new covenant will come

Weeping by the city

________’s early exile made him speak from Babylon

He saw the vision of the wheels

Used stories and visual signs

He warned Jerusalem would fall. When it did he changed his tone

Dry bones revived

And a glorious future temple!

________’s group refused the food

King Nebuchadnezzar’s dreams

A fiery stove

A written wall

And time in a lion’s den

________’s dreams and visions

And ‘one like a son of man’

Seventy weeks

And North and South in conflict

________’s wife: a picture of unfaithful Israel

________ foretold a locust plague

And the Spirit poured on all

________ said that God would judge the oppressors of the poor

________ promised wrath on Edom

________ fled, then took the word to evil Nineveh

________’s message very broad, like a little Isaiah

________ prophesied that God would judge Assyria

________ kept on asking God for justice

________ shed new light on the ‘Day of the Lord’

________ exhorted them, ‘Rebuild the house of God!’

________’s visions also helped them to rebuild

________ spoke out against hypocrisy