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Good Soil Evangelism- OT

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Transcript of Good Soil Evangelism- OT

Good Soil Evangelism

4. Fall of Lucifer
5. Beginning of Human Sin
Genesis 3:1-6
Israel
10. The Great Flood
1. Eternal God
The Bible assumes the existence of God
2. Creation of the Earth
3. Creation of Man
11. Promises to Abraham
12. Offering of Isaac
13. Moses' Call To Leadership
17. Tabernacle in the Wilderness
18. Bronze Serpent
19. Reign of King David
6. Origin of Death
7. Promise of a Satan-Conqueror
8. Provisions for Coverings
9. Banishment From Eden
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Good Soil Evangelism is about sharing the gospel using
REDEMPTIVE HISTORY
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God is eternal and the hero of his own story
God created everything and called it
GOOD
Genesis 1:1
Genesis 1:1-25
Genesis 1:26-31; 2:7-25
God made man
special
by creating him in His image
God allowed man to choose good or evil
Ezekiel 28:11-17
God created angels to worship and serve Him. Lucifer was a chief angel.
Lucifer fell because he wanted to be God.
Genesis 3:7-13
Genesis 3:14-15
Genesis 3:21
Genesis 3:22-24
Genesis 6:5-8:22
Exodus 3:1-17
Genesis 22:1-18
Genesis 12:1-7
Lucifer (Satan) takes on the form of a serpent and convinces Eve to doubt God's goodness
Both Adam and Eve disobey God and sin enters the world
Sin brought both physical and spiritual death and separation from God
God said that through the offspring of the woman mankind would be redeemed thus crushing the head of the serpent (Satan)
Adam and Eve's sin meant that the killing of animals would be part of life
Because of their sin Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden of Eden to toil
Because of man's terrible sin God flooded the earth killing all mankind except Noah, because of his righteousness, and his family
God called Abraham to be the father of a very large nation through whom all peoples of the earth would receive a spiritual blessing and the promise of salvation
God tested Abraham by having him sacrifice his only son, Isaac. God provided a ram as a sacrifice, thus redeeming Isaac
After 400+ years of bondage God raised up Moses to lead the Israelites to freedom
14. The Plagues and Passover
Exodus 12:1-23
To show His power and convince the Pharaoh to set the Israelites free God sent 10 plagues to Egypt culminating in the death of the 1st born
15. Israel's Exodus From Egypt
Moses guided the Israelites as God parted the Red Sea and led them to the Promise Land
16. The 10 Commandments
Exodus 14:1-31
Exodus 20:1-17
God gave the Israelites a set of laws that expressed His hatred towards sin
Exodus 40:17-34
God directed Moses to set up a portable place of worship where the Israelites offered sacrifices and received forgiveness for their sins.
Numbers 21:4-9
The Israelites disobeyed God and were punished by deadly snake bites, but God provided redemption for their affliction.
1 Samuel 16:1-7
For centuries Israel was led by judges and kings. When David became king God promised him that his kingdom would endure forever through one special descendant
20. Prophecies of the Coming Messiah
Isaiah 7:14, 53:1-12
Throughout the history of the Israelites, God inspired His prophets to fortell many details about the coming of a king and Savior that would someday come.
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