Transcript: 1 Kings 1 Adonijah was a very greedy man. He wanted to become king after David so he went behind his father David's back and got lots of people to believe him that he was going to be king next. He sacrificed sheep, cattle, and fattened calves to "prove" that he was really going to be the next king. Adonijah invited all his brothers, the king’s sons, and all the royal officials of Judah, but he didn't invite Nathan the prophet or Benaiah or the special guard or his brother Solomon... So Bathsheba and Nathan too went to David and asked him if he knew about Adonijah's evil little plan. Turns out David had no idea what was going on. So David told Bathsheba that their son SOLOMON shall be king after David. Then he got Zadok the priest and Nathan the prophet to go and anoint Solomon king over Israel and to blow the trumpets and shout, 'Long live King Solomon!' After hearing all of this, Adonijah was in alarm of course. He was scared of Solomon though, so he went and took hold of the horns of the altar and said for Solomon not to kill him. Solomon agreed that Adonijah stay alive as long as he doesn't show evil in himself. 1 Kings 1:52 Solomon replied, "If he shows himself to be worthy, not a hair of his head will fall to the ground; but if evil is found in him, he will die." In this verse Solomon is sparing Adonijah's life if he promises to live his life without evil showing in him. This verse can be applied to our lives today. God calls us to live our lives without evil. If one has evil in there life, and they don't ever except Christ, the harsh truth is that they will "die" or go to hell. David...David...David...
Transcript: This parable means that Jesus wants us to be compassionate towards everyone not just our friends or people that we already I now know how much jews and Samaritans hated each other, and how impossible this story would seem to the listeners. And how much the Samaritan payed for this man to be taken care of. Why I Chose This... -A Jewish man was walking to Jericho when thievescame and beat him. They took all of his things and left him half dead -A priest came and saw the man but kept walking -A Levite came and saw the man but kept walking -A Samaritan came by and saw the man, he bandaged his wounds and took him to an inn -He gave the inn keeper 2 silver coins to pay for any further service and if the wounded man required more he would come back and pay it off. Research -In that time, 2 silver coins was worth 200 dollars. -Samaratins were considered lower in social ranking than tax collectors and outcasts, whereas Priests were the most popular you can be. Levites were right after priests -Samaritans were hated because of their mixed marriages Sources Summary bible.org/seriespage/good-samaritan http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=7506 www.wikipedia.com Mr. Smoker Summary I chose this parable because I have always liked a good story and the good samaritin has a good moral to it, Love your neighbor Application By Wendy Hanlon Thanks For Watching! The Good Samaritan
Transcript: On the 20th of Iyyar in early morning hours, all in the community are invited attend Work Experience 7 handsome sons 3 beautiful daughters praying for their salvation The Land of Uz Shared a Photo www.jobfamily_funeral.comm a farm manager of the pasture near the city gate in Uz Job "The Greatest Man in the East" the boys before going out Photos like comment share like comment share 7000 sheep 3000 camels 500 oxen pairs 500 donkeys Status Update Official Job Family Funeral Reading God's Word Having dinners with the children Making sacrifices Talking with friends (Eliphaz, Bildad, Zophar) Praying Overseeing Pastures Behold, I go forward, but he is not there; and backward, but I cannot perceive him: On the left hand, where he doth work, but I cannot behold him: he hiddeth himself on the right hand, that I cannot see him: But he knoweth the way that I take: when he hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold Job 23:8-10 - feeling foolish yet blessed with Eliphaz the Temanite Bible Presentation like comment share Lives In Family Shared a Link Interests
Transcript: Bible Background Project Kassidy, Sierra, Devin Proverbs Ezra John The Book of John John was written so that everyone can believe in Jesus who gives eternal life Was written between A.D. 50-70 in Syria/Asia Minor (Ephesus) John was able to answer questions he wrote the book about at least 50 years after Jesus' death Summary Jesus was the word made flesh and although many rejected Him, anyone who believes and receives Him will have Eternal life through Him Solomon's Background He wrote over three thousand proverbs His father was King David Reigned from 970 to 930 B.C. Wrote Ecclesiastes at old age Ezra's Background Scribe Priest Returned from Babylonian exile Reintroduced the Torah Solomon The Book of Ezra Took place during the period of the Jews return from Exile around 538-450 B.C. It's about getting back into God's word and back to prayer This book is narrative history and was written by Ezra approx. 440 B.C. John's Background "The Disciple whom Jesus Loved" Writer of five books in the New Testament Called to be an apostle in Jesus' first year of ministry Younger Brother of James, Son of Zebedee Proverbs was written around 900 B.C. Was written for the descendants of Solomon and the young men of Israel About wisdom, understanding, The Commandments, sin, and comparisons between God's way and man's way of life Reveals the mind of God Summary Mostly about wisdom, the wisdom transcends history, people, cultural. Proverbs has parables and poetry. This book was mainly written by Solomon, the wisest King ever to rule. The main purpose is to teach wisdom to God's people. Proverbs speaks about Godly living.
Transcript: "When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures." -James 4: 3 Faith without works is dead. James 2: 17 "In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead." Genuine faith must and will be accompanied by a consistent lifestyle. "Was not our father Abraham considered righteous for what he did when he offered his son Isaac on the altar?" -James 2:21 Blake Wilbur James Major Points What does James say about God? Jesus Christ is the only one who deserves credit for doing the work of salvation, but works are the evidence of genuine faith. Michaela Stahl Nick Gold Questions "Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. Come near to God and he will come near to you. Wash your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded. Grieve, mourn and wail. Change your laughter to mourning and your joy to gloom. Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will lift you up." -James 4: 7-10 Bible Presentation Killed two people "For just as the body without the spirit is dead, so also faith without works is dead." -James 2: 26 saved 150 people "For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast." -Ephesians 2:8-9 "Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows." -James 1: 17 Joey Snapp OJ Simpson Chandler Gwenn Theme of James By: Karly Liepart, Mary Beck, Michaela Stahl, Logan Vickers, Blake Wilbur, Joey Snapp, Nick Gold, Chandler Gwenn Logan Vickers Who wrote James?--James (Brother of Jesus) When?-- AD 50 (possibly the earliest of all New Testament writings) To Whom? --To the twelve tribes scattered among the nations. Jewish Christians Where?--Jerusalem Why?-- James emphasizes vital Christianity characterized by good deeds and faith that accompanied with works is genuine faith. James inspires us to become stronger in our faith. It challenges us to stretch our faith and live out what we claim to believe. James also inspires us to pray believing that God will answer. "But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind." -James 1: 6 God is the judge, we are not! God doesn't tempt us, nor can God be tempted by evil. God choose us out of the world to be rich in faith. "Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything." -James 1: 2-4 Karly Liepart "Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says." -James 1: 22 Main Message: You must live a life that is consistent with what you say you believe. James 1: 1-27 Genuine religion James 2:1-3:12 Genuine faith James 3:12-5:20 Genuine wisdom What does James say about mankind? Bikers against child abuse Captain Chesley Sullenberger What does this book inspire us to do? "What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them?" -James 2: 14 James has a lot of wise rules that we should follow Be careful what you say "Tame your tongue" Don't show favoritism Resist the devil and temptation Submit yourself to God Look after the widows and orphans Do what the Bible says!
Transcript: When Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit they brought death into the world which is the key words for the fall. The devil came as a serpent to eve one day and started talking to her. He had told her that God didn't want them to eat the furit because they would see like God. Eve fell for the ways of the Devil and ate the fruit then gave it to Adam and he ate it too. Genesis chapters 2 and 3 tell us about this. Thank you! The Judges. Creation The Tower of Babel was where different languages which is the key word for the Tower of Babel. Some time after the flood the people decided to make a town and have a tower to heaven . Back then everyone spoke the same language. God saw that the tower they were making would lead them away from God so he decided to give people different languages. You can find this in Genesis 11 The Early Monarchy The Rapture The Exile of Israel The Exile of Judah Moses Saves the Day Different Languages Entering The Holy Land After the reign of Solomon the nation of Israel split into two nations, Israel and Judah. In 734 BC and in 722 BC Israel was conquered by the Assyrians. Conquered is they key word associated with The Exile of Israel because it is what the Assyrians did to them. The first attack in 734 BC only drove them out for a little but in 722 Israel was completely Demolished. You can read about the Exile of Israel in 2 Kings. Sin Washed Away Conquered The Tower of Babel Death into the World The Years of Silence Bible in Coronilogical Order Presentation Creation was the beginning or birth of the universe which is they key word. God made the world in seven days. In the first 3 days God made the heavens and the earth, the sun, sky, and land. The other 4 days God made plants, animals, and the first humans; Adam and Eve. Genesis 1 tells us about the creation of the world. After the Israelites figured out that the judges weren't really working out for them they decicded that they wanted to have kings which is the key word for The Early Monarchy. The prophet Samuel was chosen by God to find a king for Israel and he picked a man named Saul. Saul first did good but then turned away from God and was replaced as king. The new king was a young man named David who was a real servant of the Lord. After David died his son Solomon became king and built a temple for the Lord and was a really wise king but got obsessed with women and strayed away from God. You can read about this In 2 Samuel though 2 Kings. Christ By: Koen Matheny After the 400 years of waiting Jesus Christ the messiah was here, the messiah is the key word because it is what Jesus is. During Jesus' life he performed many miracles and had great teachings. Some people like the high priests did not believe that Jesus was the messiah and accused him of Blastphemy. Jesus died for us and washed the sins of everyone away when he did. You can read all about the Saviour of the world in the whole New Testament. For 400 years the Israelites were waiting for a messiah which is the key words associated with The Years of Silence. There were no prophets or major happenings in these years. All there was, was talking of a coming Saviour who would free them of their sins. Some Israelites had become impatient and decided to worship false gods during this time. There is no where to read about this because little happened. Continuous pattern The Conquest of Canaan Israel's Enslavement Kings The Flood For 400 Years The Israelites were slaves for the egyptians. One day A hebrew man named Moses, who had lived with the Pharoah himself, was called by God to save his people and for Moses to save the day which is the key word for Israel's Enslavement. Moses went to the pharoah and told him to let his people go. Pharoah said no and so God sent ten plagues to Egypt and on the last one he let them go. You can read about Israel's Enslavement in almost all of the book of Exodus. One Day God called a man named Abram to follow him. After Abram agreed, God changed Abram's name to Abraham. God made a covenant with Abraham that he would some day have a great nation and many decendants. Now Abraham had a covenant with God which is the key phrase for The Call of Abraham. You can read about Abraham in Genesis 22. Driven out After sin was put into the world the people because rotten and evil inside so the sin had to be washed away. God went to the only righteous man left named Noah. He told Noah to build a huge ark and put a male and female animal on it. Noah and his family were on the 40 days and 40 nights until a dove brought back a leaf one day. You can find this in Genesis 7-8. Birth of The Universe The Call of Abraham In The Conquest of Canaan the Israelites were now entering their holy land God had promised them which is the key words associated with The Conquest of Canaan. After the 40 years of wandering in the desert the sinful generation of the Israelites had died along with Moses. They were now led by a man named Joshua who was gaining the holy land from Canaan
Transcript: 1. Traditional Marriage Other Verses: Any Questions?? --The traditional family is the basic foundation of life and society. --Fulfills the "be fruitful and multiply" command (Gen. 1:28) --Beneficial to the husband and wife. -religiously, healthy, sexually, emotionally Marriage 2. Gay Marriage -Lev. 20:13 -Romans 1:21-27 -1 Tim. 1:10 Definition: the state of being united to a person of the opposite sex as husband or wife in a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law. (Merriam-Webster) Society would be in trouble without the traditional marriage and family. Life as we know it would be very different and not in a good way. Sadly, we would be an even more corrupt and perverse nation than we already are. --"Sexually immoral, homosexual offenders." (1 Cor. 6:9) *information for this section taken from...................... --Results in good children being raised- they are the future leaders of our country, (Prov. 22:6) and gives them what they need emotionally and physically. -Heb. 13:4 -Jer. 29:6 -Gen. 1:27 How should Christians respond?? Definition: The state of being united to a person of the same sex in a relationship like that of a traditional marriage (Merriam-Webster) Why the traditional definition of marriage is important to society. Other verses --God made a woman for Adam (Gen. 2:22) --"...a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife..." (Gen. 2:24) --"Do not lie with a man as one lies with a woman; that is detestable." (Lev. 18:22) Gen. 1-2 Marriage is ordained by God God condemns homosexuality 3. Society and Marriage*
Transcript: I CANT OVERCOME SIN Sin cant be overcome. Sin is to powerful for humans. No one can stop sin. Romans 8:1: Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in christ jesus. (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Now the truth, the bible says "if he sins, he can be forgiven Two One Three
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