He is the great prophet of Judgement. (p.50)

 1  He is the great prophet of Judgement. (p.50)

 3  Hebrew word for a human being “annointed”  with oil to serve as a “king” or “priest” of the Hebrews. (p.44)

 6  1Kings 18 describes the great prophet of Hebrew purity, Elijah, standing on Mount ___ challenging the local prophets of the Canaanite god,  Baal, to bring down fire from heaven to light a sacrifice. (p.46; what happens?)

 9  According to Mark 8:27-40, some of the people thought ____ was Elijah. (p.47)

  • According to 2 Kings 2, the great prophet Elijah did not ____. (p.47)
  • This word means the Temple in Jerusalem or sometimes the city as a whole. (p.53)
  • After the humanly made decision to appoint Saul as leader, God fired him and said to choose ___. In 2 Samuel 7 God promises that his  sons “house” will rule over Israel.  (p.44)
  • In Ezekiel 37, the prophet has a vision of a desert filled with ____. (What will God do? p.57; important for a key NT idea; what do you think

it is?)

  • The Hebrew prophets called for pure worship and doing “JUSTICE,” which meant protecting and providing for small landholders (like Naboth) and other people who were ____. (p.49-50; this was considered true “worship”; so the land can not be sold away and none of the   people, no matter how lowely, can be abused or neglected.)

 19  With the 3rd chosen son, the Hebrew nation divided into 2 kingdoms. The 10 tribes of the North were called ____. (p.45)

 21  Isaiah 10 predicts a shoot of new growth will come out of the stump of ____, the father of David, meaning a king from the house of David.

(p.54, also important for NT)

 23  He is the great prophet of hope for a hopeless situation. (p.50)

  • God told this prophet to marry a Canaanite temple prostitute named Gomer. (p.51-52)
  • ___ and Daniel were dream interpreters. (p.48)
  • Divination is a form of prophesy that tries to predict the future by studying patterns in the ____ of sacrificial animals. (p.48)

 32  The book of the prophet Isaiah was actually written during ____ different historical periods. (p.52)

 37  In 587 BC, this foreign king destroyed Jerusalem and its Temple. (p.47)

  • According to Mark 10:35-45, Jesus’ disciples ___ and John (the “sons of thunder” or Zebedee) thought he would enter Jerusalem and overthrow the Romans. (p.45)
  • After the first five books, the second group (From Joshual – 2 Kings) are called the _______ History. (p.43)

 42  Isaiah 2, during & after the Exile shows that God’s plan is not just for his people, the Hebrews but is _________ for all nations. (p.53)

  • The second king from God’s chosen house built the Temple in Jersualem (ca 900 BC; p.45)
  • Isaiah 52 predicts a suffering ____ who will someday save the Hebrew people. (p.55, a lamb that will be slaughter and not say a word, but will be the means of salvation; important for NT, Luke 4:21)
  • God told the last military leader, named ____, to appoint a king for the 12 tribes. (p.44)

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 2  The Hebrew king of Israel who Elijah opposed for his blending of foreign ways. (p.46, Which great American novel uses this name for a  main character; what other famous OT name does he also use–hint, think of “water.” Impress me in class.)

  • This word means the blending of different cultures and belief systems. (p.45)
  • He was not a professional (for pay) prophet. He was a shepherd (like whom?) that God called to go speak his Word to his people. (pp.48-9) 7  In 722 BC, they conquered and dispersed the 10 tribes of Israel. (p.47)
  • Isaiah 1-39 deals with ____ right before the Assyrian invasion ca 722 BC. (p.52)
  • The foreign, Phoenecian princess, wife of the king of Israel in 1 Kings 21 that arranges to kill a small land owner to obtain the land for her   (p.46)
  • The 2 tribes of the South, who were still controlled by the kings of Gods house (for awhile) and who lived in Jerusalem and worshipped at its

Temple were called ____. (p.45)

  • According to Mark 9:11-13, Jesus identified _____ as Elijah. (p.47)
  • This prophet’s name now means “miserable”; during the Exile he was beaten, ridiculed and tried (by the Hebrews) for speaking God’s word of judgment against them. (pp.55-56)

 18  The prophets Zechariah 1 and Joel 3, after the Exile, now declare that God’s judgment will be against the ____, not just the Hebrew people.  (p.57)

 20  A Hebrew owner of a small vineyard in 1 Kings 21, who won’t sell his land to the king because the land belongs to God and he works it  according to this holy law of the covenant and the ancestral tradition. (p.46)

 22  The last ruler born from the house of kings chosen by God was right before the __. (p.44)

  • Modern civil rights and liberation movements appeal to this prophet who announced the coming judgement of “The Day of the Lord” and famously said “Let Justice Roll”. (p.50-51)
  • This word means “justice of God” and it tries to answer the question “Why does God let innocent people suffer?” (p.57)
  • Those who return to Jerusalem after the Exile are called the ___. (p.57; they were few in numbers, but had been purified by their suffering.) 27  The new beginning for the purified Hebrew people after the Exile focuses on the ____ as the center of faith. p.57.

 31  The historical books were composed by the source “D” (during & after the Exile).  They have a very black and white moral view based on  whether the Hebrews follow or disobey the covenant (contract) they made with God at ____. (p.43)

  • This prophet was a captive in Babylon. He had a vision of God coming in a chariot and whisking him off to the city of Jerusalem where he sees God’s glory leave the temple (the remaining priests & leaders were so corrupt; p. 56)
  • In 597 BC, the southern kingdom fell to this empire. (p.47)
  • The second historical book shows a different picture than the “conquest” described in the previous book. The Hebrews live in the promised land but are tempted and oppressed by the natives. They cry out for miitary leaders called ____ to rescue them. (p.44)
  • The refugees resettled into the Northern kingdom intermarried with these local people called ____. (p.47; who worshipped the Hebrew god but were not considered true “children of Abraham.”)

 WORD BANK: Ahab, amos, assyrians, babylonians, bones, carmel, cyrus, david, deuteronomistic, die, exile, ezekiel, hosea,  isaiah, israel, james, jeremiah, jesse, jesus, jezebel, john, joseph, joshua, judah, judges, judgment, livers, messiah, naboth,  nations, nebuchadnezzar, powerless, remnant, samaritans, samuel, servant, sinai, solomon, son, syncretism, temple,  theodicy, three, universal, zion.

 38  In the last book of the Torah (also “The Books of Moses”), before Moses dies he appoints ____ to lead the Hebrew forces out of the  wilderness, across the Jordan River and into the promised land to conquer it. The book by this name describes the “conquest.” (p. 43)  41  Isaiah 45:1 calls this Persian King who rescued the Hebrews his “annointed one.” (p.44)

 43  Isaiah 9 predicts the coming of a _____ who will be mighty and bring peace. (p.54; very important in NT)

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