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Transcript of Creation

Creation
Noah's Ark
Exodus
Divided kingdom
Kings
The Prophets
Exile
The Patriarchs
Egypt Ruled
Referencing
On the first day God created day and night
On the second day God created the sky
On the third day God created dry land and the plants
On the fourth day God created the Sun the Moon and the Stars
On the fifth day God created the fish and the birds
On the sixth day God created animals of all kinds and human beings
On the seventh day God rested


So on the sixth day God created human beings and this is where the story of us starts. God created Adam and Eve.


Genesis 1:1
Story of Adam and Eve
After everything God created he was still lonely. So God first created Adam out of clay from the ground then God made him a garden to live in called Garden of Eden. Adam could do anything he pleased he could even eat fruit of of any tree... but you MUST NOT eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. God warned Adam that if he ate out of the tree he would shurley die. God saw that Adam was lonely so when he fell asleep God created a woman out of hs rib cage and thats how Eve was created. One day while Eve was collecting fruit a serpent called out to her near the tree of knowledge. But this was a very sly serpent he tricked Eve into eating the forbidden fruit. They disobeyed Gods only rule so they were banished and as punishment stripped of all of Gods wonderful features. Every terrible disease, sorrow, depression, jealousy, all ills that had been exempt from the Paradise had become realities.
Childbirths would be painful. Then at the end of all of it they would have to race death.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=7i1z2jJ1V2A
Adam and Eve
Meaning of the name's and scripture
Adam his name means "red' or "man" he was the first man created by God whose wife was the famous Eve. He was the first man to have authority and power over earth. In Genesis 2:23 the man, Adam has been given the responsibility of naming all creatures, and gave his counterpart a name,
Scripture:
Genesis 2 16-17
Genesis :3 17-19
Genesis 2: 18-25
Genesis 1:26
Genesis 1:28
Romans 5:12
2 Corinthians 11:3
1 Corinthians 15:22

2500 BC
So then when we look at Eve her name means Eve. Eve means the mother of all living things. The Hebrew word for woman is "Isha" meaning, closely related to man.

2500-2166BC
Noah's Ark is one of my favourite stories in the bible. This story is about every one in the world at that time became evil wicked and disobeyed God's rules. Their was only one man on earth who obeyed God's rules and that man was called Noah. God called out to Noah and told him to build a big boat called an Ark. Noah was unsure of what to do but he agreed and did what God told him to. Although it took Noah 120 years to build the ark and find all the animals to put in it, but Noah obeyed God and did just as he was told. Once Noah built the Ark he got two of each animal and human also providing food and put them in the Ark. Noah was 600 years old by the time everything was ready. God told Noah to go into the ark with his wife, his three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth, and their wives.Once the door of the Ark was shut the great flood began. The flood lasted for forty days and forty nights. When Noah spotted a dove with a green leaf in its mouth Noah knew it was time to get out of the Ark.

For more about Adam and Evev go to:
http://www.dltk-bible.com/genesis/chapter2-cv.htm
Meaning of his name means “rest” he was the son of Lamech and grandson of Methuselah. In a world taken over by evil, violence and corruption, Noah was a righteous man. However, Noah wasn't just a righteous man, he was the only follower of God left on the earth. The Bible says he was blameless among the people of his time. It also says he walked with God. Living in a society saturated with sin and rebellion against God, Noah was the only man alive that pleased God.

Scriptures
Genesis 5:29 Genesis 6:8
Genesis 7:2 Genesis 8:20
Genesis 9:28 Genesis 9:29
Luke 1:27 Acts 2:38
Hebrews 11:71 Peter 3:20

Family Tree:
Father - Lamech
Sons - Shem, Ham and Japheth
Grandfather - Methuselah

Noah
2898-1948BC
The flood
Then it started to rain. It rained without stop for forty days and nights! The water got so deep that even the mountains were covered. Every living creature on earth died in the flood. But the ark floated on top of the flood waters and the people and animals in the ark were safe.
Noah sends out a dove
Noah knew the dove had found dry land when it returned to him carrying an olive branch.

Eventually, the water started to go down again, and the ark came to rest in the mountains of Ararat. After being on the ark about 11 months, Noah sent out a dove to see if it would find land, but it found no place to rest and returned to the ark. Seven days later, Noah sent the dove out again. This time it flew back carrying an olive leaf, and Noah knew it had found land. After a full year on the ark, God said to Noah,
Come out of the ark, you and your wife and your sons and their wives. Bring out every kind of living creature that is with you – the birds, the animals, and all the creatures that move along the ground – so they can multiply on the earth and be fruitful and increase in number upon it.
(NIV, Genesis 8:16-17)
Helen Leitch, B.Sc (1996) http://www.christianbiblereference.org/story_NoahsArk.htm
retrieved 26-05-15

Tracey R Rich (1998) http://www.jewfaq.org/origins.htm retrieved 24-05-15

Jerry Chin (2001) http://www.accessv.com/~rjchin/proof/canaan.htm


George Elliot http://religiontimelinejinnaoh.weebly.com/creation-the-beginning.html
recieved 28-5-15


http://christianity.about.com/od/oldtestamentpeople/p/abraham.htm


2166-1660BC
The Patriarchs forms the first part of the Jewish religion. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, known as the Patriarchs, are both the physical and spiritual ancestors of Judaism. They founded the religion now known as Judaism, and their descendants are the Jewish people (also known as the 12 jewish tribes). Now that you know they formed the first part of the Jewish religion it is incorrect if you refer to them as Jews because the words Jew and Judaism were not genrually usedto refer to the nation in them days. Infact the term Jews and Judaism was used hundreds of years after their time.

His name means “laughter” named by his incredible joy of his parents at his birth in their old age. Later, Isaac married Rebekah, but they found out she was a barren, just as Sarah had been. As a good husband, Isaac prayed for his wife, and God opened Rebekah's womb. She game birth to twins: Esau and Jacob.

Isaac favored Esau, a burly hunter and outdoorsman, while Rebekah favored Jacob, the more sensitive, thoughtful of the two. But that was an unwise move for a father to take. Isaac should have worked to love both boys equally.

Isaac's story is told in Genesis chapters 12, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, and 35. Throughout the rest of the Bible, God is often referred to as “the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.”

Family Tree:
Father - Abraham
Mother - Sarah
Wife - Rebekah
Sons - Esau, Jacob

Isaac
1851-1671BC
Jacob was one of the great patriarchs of the Old Testament, but at times he was also a schemer, liar, and manipulator. God established his covenant with Jacob's grandfather, Abraham. The blessings continued through Jacob’s father, Isaac, then Jacob and his descendants. Jacob’s sons became leaders of the 12 tribes. The younger of twins, Jacob was born holding on to his brothers Esau’s heel. He could also be refered to as the father of the Isralites.

Scripture References:
Genesis 28:10-22
His name means "he grasps the heel" or "he deceives." Jacob lived up to his name. He and his mother Rebekah cheated Esau out of his birthright and blessing. Later in Jacobs life, God renamed his Israel, which means “he struggles with God”.

Family Tree:
Father: Isaac
Mother: Rebekah
Brother: Esau
Grandfather: Abraham
Wives: Leah Rachel
Daughter: Dinah
Sons: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, Zebulun, Gad, Asher, Joseph, Benjamin, Dan, Naphtali

Jacob
1791-1644BC
Abraham
Abraham’s name used to be Abram until one day god changes it. It was changed to Abraham as a symbol of the covenant promise to multiply his descendants into a great nation that God would call his own. But what does the name Abraham mean it means “Father of a multitude”. He is the main Patriarch along side Isaac and Jacob. He is the son of Isaac and Ishmael and wife of Sarah.
He is known as a friend of God!

Scriptures:
Genesis 11:26
Genesis 25:8

Family Tree:
Father: Terah
Brothers: Nahor and Haran
Wife: Sarah
Sons: Ishmael and Isaac
Nephew: Lot

So one day god spoke to Abraham and told him to leave Ur and one day he will find a great nation so Abraham set of on his journey.

Sarah
Sarah (originally named Sarai). Sarah means “princess.” She is the daughter of Terah and wife and sister of Abram. They had the same mother and not the same mother. She was also one of the several women who could not have children. When she found out she started to worry because God promised Abraham a great nation. Because if she could not have children than how will Abraham have a whole nation. Sarah ended up having two kids.


Genesis 23: 1-2
Genesis 20:12

ESAU
Esau is the twin Brother of Jacob, Son of Isaac and Son of Rebekah. He is also the first born Son inheriting all of Isaac’s Jewish law that made him the major heir in his father Isaac's will.
Esau a skilled archer, became rich and powerful and father of the Edomite people.  Without doubt his greatest accomplishment was forgiving his brother Jacob after Jacob had cheated him out of his birthright and Blessing.
Scripture
Esau's story appears in Genesis 25-36.  Other mentions include Malachi 1:2, 3; Romans 9:13; and Hebrews 12:16, 17.

Family Tree:
Father:  Isaac
Mother:  Rebekah
Brother:  Jacob
Wives: Judith, Basemath, Mahalath

Lamech is the father of Noah his name means “the strike down” or “the wild man”. He was also the only son on Merthela. He lived for 777 years and died only a few years after the flood. So when he was 182 he had his son Noah.

Scriptures Genesis 5:25 and Genesis 5:31

Now I know that you think I know some one can’t live that long but it’s a metaphore you know like his spirit lived on for 777years. But maybe he lived that long but who are we to judge the sacred scriptures written by man. I mean if you were a true catholic would you say that the scriptures are all fake?

Family Tree:
Father - Methuselah
Son - Noah
Grandfather - Enoch - Henoc
Lamech
3080-2303BC
The fall of Nineveh, the Assyrian capital, in 612 B.C.E. and Nebuchadnezzar's victory over the Egyptian Pharaoh Neco at Carchemish in 605 B.C.E. established the Neo-Babylonian Empire that would hold sway over the ancient Near East until Cyrus and the Persians came to power in 539 B.C.E. When Judah revolted in 597 B.C.E., Nebuchadnezzar sacked Jerusalem and deported the leading citizens to Babylon, including the priestly prophet Ezekiel, who ministered to the exiles. The prophet Jeremiah had urged Zedekiah, the last Davidic king to rule in Judah, to surrender to Babylon since Babylon was merely the rod of Yahweh's judgment against Israel (Jeremiah 25:1-14).

One would expect this to be a bleak period in the life of God's people: Jerusalem destroyed, the temple burned, the end of the Davidic dynasty, and the fruit and flower of the population deported. ... The people came to recognize that God had not been defeated; indeed, God was the author of these events and could be worshiped apart from native land, temple, priest, or monarch.
After Solomon the fame and fortunes of Israel went downhill. The nation rebelled against God and his laws. God might have destroyed Israel had He not promised to Abraham a redeemer and He still planned to use the house of David for this.

When Solomon died a civil war broke out as Solomon's sons and generals fought for the throne. Rehoboam had his fathers blessing to be the new king, but Jeroboam had more military influence. In the end, Rehoboam took the southern half of the country and called it "Judah". Jeroboam took the northern half and kept the name Israel. Each claimed to be God's chosen king.
Moses
As centuries passed, the descendants of Israel became slaves in Egypt. They suffered greatly under the hand of later Pharaohs. But G-d brought the Children of Israel out of Egypt under the leadership of Moses.
Old Testament Timeline
By Lian Pitt
Moses is the son of Amramand Jochbed and the younger brother of Aaron and Miriam. He led the people of Egypt to safety from the Egyptians by parting the Nile River for the Isralites to pass.

Did you know?
Moses was the greatest prophet, leader and teacher that Judaism has ever known. Some people refered
to him as the face of the sun.

Family Tree:

Father: Amram
Mother: Jochebed
Brother: Aaron
Sister: Miriam
Wife: Zipporah
Sons: Gershom, Eliezer


Below is a list of the rulers of Israel and Judah. Israel became a divided kingdom in about 929 BC. The northern part continued to be called Israel. The southern part was called Judah. Kings Saul, David and Solomon ruled over Israel before it became a divided kingdom.

• David

• Solomon

Kings of Judah in order of reign:
• Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa, Jehoshaphat, Jehoram, Ahaziah (Jehoahaz), Athaliah (Queen), Joash (Jehoash), Amaziah Uzziah (Azariah), Jotham, Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, Amon, Josiah, Jehoahaz, Jehoiakim, Jehoiachin, Zedekiah

Kings of Israel in order of reign:
Jeroboam 1, Nadab, Baasha,Elah, Zimri, Tibni, Omri, Ahab, Ahaziah, Jehoram (Joram), Jehu, Jehoahaz, Jehoash (Joash), Jeroboam 2, Zechariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekahiah, Pekah, Hoshea


The Plagues
In this plague, the fish die, the river smells, and the people don't have drinkable, usable water. Pharaoh's magicians duplicate this plague. Exodus 7:14-25

2. Plague of frogs
In this plague, frogs come out of the water and cover the land. Exodus 8:1-15

3. Plague of lice
In this plague all of the dust in Egypt became lice. xodus 8:16-19

4. Plague of flies
In this plague swarms of flies covered the land. Exodus 8:20-32

5. The plague against livestock
In this plague, all the Egyptian livestock die, but not the Israelites' don't. Exodus 9:1-7


6. The plague of boils
In this plague, boils break out on all people in Egypt. Exodus 9:8-12

7. The plague of hail
In this plague, hailstorms kill all slaves and animals not brought under cover in response to the warning that this calamity was coming. These storms also destroyed vegetation.Exodus 9:13-35

8. The plague of hail
In this plague, hailstorms kill all slaves and animals not brought under cover in response to the warning that this calamity was coming. These storms also destroyed vegetation. Exodus 9:13-35

9. The plague of darkness
In this plague, complete darkness covers Egypt for three days.
Exodus 10:21-29

10. The death of the firstborn
In this plague, the firstborn of the people and cattle of Egypt die, but the Israelites are spared. Exodus 11:1-10, 12:29-32
A Quick Story of the Plagues
Continues on next page

Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, 1 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Psalms, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Micah, Malachi, Matthew 8:4, 17:3-4, 19:7-8, 22:24, 23:2; Mark 1:44, 7:10, 9:4-5, 10:3-5, 12:19, 12:26; Luke 2:22, 5:14, 9:30-33, 16:29-31, 20:28, 20:37, 24:27, 24:44; John 1:17, 1:45, 3:14, 5:45-46, 6:32, 7:19-23; 8:5, 9:28-29; Acts 3:22, 6:11-14, 7:20-44, 13:39, 15:1-5, 21, 21:21, 26:22, 28:23: Romans 5:14, 9:15, 10:5, 19; 1 Corinthians 9:9, 10:2; 2 Corinthians 3:7-13, 15; 2 Timothy 3:8; Hebrews 3:2-5, 16, 7:14, 8:5, 9:19, 10:28, 11:23-29; Jude 1:9; Revelation 15:3.
Moses References in the Bible
So when the pharaoh refused to set the children of Israel, Moses and Aaron warned him that G-d would punish both him and his people. The Pharaoh still refused. First all of the water in egypt was contaminated with blood. There Aaron raised his staff, smote the waters, and converted them into streams of blood. All of the people and the beasts had to suffer for a whole week. The Pharaoh himself saw this miracle and still refused to let them go.

Fifth Plague: G-d then sent a disease killing most of the domestic lifestock. When the people came home to find their animals dead they must have been devistated. Yet the Pharaoh still did not surender so the plagues went on.

Tenth Plague (The worst):
Exactly at midnight, Moses continued to pray so came the tenth and worst plague. The death of the first born. Who ever did not have lambs blood on their door the first born child would die. Finally the Pharaoh let moses and the people go.

Nissan Mindelhttp://www.chabad.org/kids/article_cdo/aid/1638/jewish/The-Ten-Plagues.htm
retrieved 26-5-15
Mary fairchild
Retrieved 26-5-15
3954-3024BC
3954-3005BC
Evelyn de Morgan http://truthbook.com/adam-and-eve/what-happened-when-adam-and-eve-died retrieved 26-5-15
1946-1771BC
1986-1859BC
1791-1655BC
1446-1406 BC
Plague 1 Plague 5
Plague 10
1526-1406BC
King Solomon
Solomon was one of the wisest men in the bible but also on of the most foolish men. God gifted him with unsurpassed wisdom, which Solomon squandered by disobeying God's commandments.
Solomon was the second son of King David and Bathsheba. His name means "peaceable." Even as a baby, Solomon was loved by God.

Referenced in the Bible:
2 Samuel 12:24 - 1 Kings 11:43; 1 Chronicles 28, 29; 2 Chronicles 1-10; Nehemiah 13:26; Psalm 72; Matthew 6:29, 12:42.


Family Tree:
Father - King David
Mother - Bathsheba
Brothers - Absalom, Adonijah
Sister - Tamar
Son - Rehoboam
Name means "Beloved". He ruled for 40 years 7 in hebron and 33 in Jerusalem. King David was a man of contrasts. He was singlemindedly committed to God, yet guilty of some of the most serious sins recorded in the Old Testament. David lived a frustrating life, first in the shadow of his brothers, then constantly on the run from vengeful King Saul. Even after he became king of Israel, David was engaged in almost constant warfare to defend the kingdom. King David was a great military conqueror, but he could not conquer himself. He also fought Goliath in 1025BC.

Family Tree:
Father - Jesse
Brothers - Eliab, Abinadab, Shammah, four unnamed others.
Wives - Michal, Ahinoam, Abigail, Maacah, Haggith, Abital, Eglah, Bathsheba.
Sons - Amnon, Daniel, Absalom, Adonijah, Shephatiah, Ithream, Shammua, Shobab, Nathan, Solomon, Ibhar, Elishua, Eliphelet, Nogah, Nepheg, Japhia, Elishama, Eliada, Eliphelet.
Daughter - Tamar
King David
Referenced in the Bible:
King David's story runs from 1 Samuel 16 through 1 Kings 2. David wrote much of the book of Psalms and is also mentioned in Matthew 1:1, 6, 22, 43-45; Luke 1:32; Acts 13:22; Romans 1:3; and Hebrews 11:32.
The history of the rise and fall of the Hebrew nation are found in the history books (Genesis-Esther). The prophets appeared during the days of the fall of the Hebrew nation. At the moment of the apostasy of the 10 tribes at the close of Solomon's reign and Israel's golden age the ministry of the prophets began. The prophets gave a wake up call as soon as people began to forget God.

Prophets of the Assyrian:
Period Jonah Joel Amos Hosea Isaiah Micah Zephaniah Nahum

Prophets of the Babylonian:
Period Jeremiah Habakkuk Ezekiel Obadiah Daniel

Prophets of the Persian:
Period Haggai Zechariah Malachi
1040-970BC
Return from Exile
Around 605 BC. Nineveh and Assyria had fallen. It was just Egypt and Babylon who were seeking world supremacy. The young brilliant new king of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar, went out and defeated the Egyptians at Carchemish. He marched on to Judah, during Jehoiakim's reign, and took thousands of Hebrews back to Babylon (including Daniel, who became one of the greatest prophets). Nebuchadnezzar made two more attacks when he heard of rebellion in Judah. Each time he took captives (including Ezekiel the prophet). Only a remnant of the weakest, poorest, and least threatening Jews remained. King Nebuchadnezzar set up a puppet king (Zedekiah) of David's line to sit on the throne of Judah and made him swear an oath of allegiance (2 Chr 36:10-12).
2298-2297BC
930-586BC
Cain
Abel
Seth
3900-2200BC
3897-3825BC
3824-2112BC
His name means "Appointed" or "Substitude" Seth was the third son of Adam and Eve born after abel and Cain. He is the father of Enosh. Seth died at 912 years old.



Scripture:
Genesis 5:3
Genesis 5:8
His name means "worker in Iron" or "Spear" he is the first born son of Adam and Eve and the Murderer of Abel. Seth always gave his fresh produce to God as an offering but God always turned it down but accepted Abels.


Scripture:
Genesis 4:1
Meaning of his name means "Breath". He was the second son of Adam and Eve and born after his brother Cain. Abel was murdered by his brother when his sacrifice was accepted but Cain's was not.

Scripture:
Genesis 4:2
Genesis 4:8

Shem
Shem is the oldest son of Noah. He was taken on board the Ark alongside all of the animals and his family. His mane means "Renown"
Noah's Sons
Ham
(Not the food you eat)
This man is the youngest of the of the three sons of Noah. Ham also was on the Ark with his family. His mane means "Hot" or "Warm". He is the Father of four sons Cush , Mizrain, Canaan and Phut Ham was cursed for being disrespectful when discovering his father was uncovered when Noah was drunk the curse then went to Canaan.
2343-1743BC
Scriptures
Genesis 5:32
2396-1796BC
Scriptures:
Genesis 5:32
Genesis 11:10-11
Japheth
2398-1798BC
Japheth is the oldest son of Noah. Japeth and his wife were only two of the eight people who survived because of the ark. His name means "God shall enlarge" or beauty".

Scriptures Genesis 5:32
in my own words
My own words with reasearch
Rebekah
1830BC
Rebekah is the wife of Isaac and the daughter of Bethuel. She means "Yoke" or "team". Rebekah was found by Abraham when her was looking for a wife for Isaac. She exhibited some of the same traits as her brother Laban.
Scripture:
Genesis 22:23
Genesis 48-31
This is done for a reason that they are broken up into areas so you a see hom many kings ave ruled over Judah and Israel.
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