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Bible Blitz IV The Prophets July 2, 2007. Presenter: Fr. Ed Technician: Ray Hosler Honoree: Deacon Norm. The Prophets. Isaiah Jeremiah - Lamentations Ezekiel - Daniel Hosea - Joel Amos - Obadiah Jonah - Micah Nahuum - Habakkuk. The Prophets – cont’d.

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bible blitz iv the prophets july 2 2007

Bible Blitz IVThe ProphetsJuly 2, 2007

Presenter: Fr. Ed

Technician: Ray Hosler

Honoree: Deacon Norm

the prophets
The Prophets

Isaiah

Jeremiah - Lamentations

Ezekiel - Daniel

Hosea - Joel

Amos - Obadiah

Jonah - Micah

Nahuum - Habakkuk

the prophets cont d
The Prophets – cont’d

Zephaniah - Haggai

Zachariah - Malachi

John the Baptist

Jesus

lamentations 586 bc 516 bc
Lamentations(586 BC – 516 BC)

“Witness to the Persecution”

“My eyes are red from crying”

Author

Unnamed – Eyewitness – Jeremiah?

lamentations
Lamentations

Time Line

  • 586 BC – Jerusalem destroyed by Babylon
  • 538 BC –Jewish exiles return to Jerusalem
  • 516 BC – Temple rebuilt
lamentations1
Lamentations

Style

Five poems in acrostic form, 1-8,

each verse begins with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, which has 22 letters

One poem has 66 verses – 3 x 22 – Therefore every third verse begins with a letter of the alphabet.

Alphabet letters – a memory help or a sign of completion – “A to Z” - 22

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Lamentations

Contents

  • Confession of sins
  • Grief
  • Chastisement
  • Yahweh can restore
  • Israel the bride of Yahweh, now a widow
ezekiel 605 bc 516 bc
Ezekiel(605 BC - 516 BC)

Dry BonesFour Faces

Priest, Prophet, Prisoner

ezekiel
Ezekiel

Time Line

  • 605 BC – Suppression of Jerusalem by Babylonians
  • 593 BC – Ezekiel begins 20 years of prophesy
  • 583 BC – Jerusalem destroyed; 10,000 prisoners - Ezekiel
life notes
Life Notes
  • At 25, Ezekiel a priest in Jerusalem
  • At 30, called to be a prophet to Jews in exile
  • Called to be a prophet in Babylon
  • First prophet to be called to prophesy outside the Holy Land
  • Deported by Nebuchadnezzar – 587 BC
life notes cont d
Life Notes – cont’d
  • Up until 587 BC, he scolded the people
  • Afterward, he encouraged them
  • Doom and hope
ezekiel stories
Ezekiel Stories
  • The four faces (Ez 1:1-14)
  • Ezekiel eats the scroll (Ez 2:3 – 3:3)
  • Dry bones (Ez 37:1-14)
daniel 600 bc 500 bc
Daniel(600 BC – 500 BC

Fiery Furnace

Lion’s Den

Handwriting on the Wall

daniel
Daniel
  • Teenage dreams
  • Prophet and prisoner in Babylon
  • His book is more apopalyptic than prophetic
  • Written @ 167 BC and 164 BC to encourage the Jews
time line
Time Line
  • 605 BC – Babylon invades Judea; Daniel taken captive
  • 586 BC – Babylon destroys Jerusalem
  • 538 BC – Jews return to Jerusalem
life notes1
Life Notes
  • Daniel from the upper class of Jerusalem
  • Humble and obedient; turned to God and prayer in crises
  • He and three others taken into the court of Nebuchadnezzar
  • Three young men: Shadrach (Hananiah), Meshach (Michael), Abednego( Azanah)
daniel stories
Daniel Stories
  • Fiery Furnace (Dn 3:1-30)
  • Handwriting on the Wall
  • Lions’ Den (Dn 6:1-28)
  • Oh Susanna (Dn 13)
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