BETHEL OT - Memorization: Assignments -In Sequence

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Concept

Answer

 OT-01

 

God created all things good

Genesis 1

The exercise of dominion in human hands

Genesis 1

Divine intentions

Genesis 2

The Fall

Genesis 3

Brother's Keeper

Genesis 4

The flood

Genesis 7

The Shem, Ham, Japheth incident

Genesis 9

Tower of Babel

Genesis 11

Blessed to be a blessing

Genesis 12

Separation within Families (Abram -Lot )

Genesis 13

Hagar and Ishmael

Genesis 16

Circumcision instituted

Genesis 17

Moabite and Ammonite origin

Genesis 19

Patriarch Isaac

Genesis 21

Test of obedience

Genesis 22

 OT-02

 

Deliberate ethnic separation (Isaac chooses Rebekah for wife)

Genesis 24

Roots of Edom and Israel rivalry

Genesis 25

Non-separation of Esau line

Genesis 26

Deliberate ethnic separation (choice of Jacob's wife)

Genesis 28

Origin of the twelve tribes

Genesis 30

The Dianah-Hamor incident

Genesis 34

Patriarchal line continues in Jacob

Genesis 35

Separation within families (Esau-Jacob)

Genesis 36

Joseph's administrative ability, a blessing

Genesis 41

Joseph preserves a remnant

Genesis 45

Geographic separation in Goshen

Genesis 47

Future courses of the twelve tribe

Genesis 49

God can use evil for good

Genesis 50

 OT-03

 

Oppression

Exodus 1

Birth of Moses

Exodus 2

God recognizes his people's burdens

Exodus 3

The excuses of Moses when faced with a challenge 

Exodus 4

The plagues in Egypt 

Exodus 7-11

"Let my people go" 

Exodus 8

The fleeting repentance of Pharaoh 

Exodus 9

The Passover feast instituted as a constant memorial 

Exodus 12

The number in the Exodus 

Exodus 12

Feasts as signs and memorials

Exodus 13

Crossing of the Red Sea  

Exodus 14

Murmuring against God, not men 

Exodus 16

Jethro's advice to Moses to delegate responsibility

Exodus 18

Israel , a kingdom of priests

Exodus 19

 OT-04

 

Blessing of God has a condition attached

Exodus 19

The Ten Commandments

Exodus 20

The eye-for-an-eye code

Exodus 21

Civil law for nomads

Exodus 21-23

Instructions to build a tabernacle

Exodus 25-27

Inauguration of the priesthood

Exodus 28-29

God equips people for specific tasks (crafts ability)

Exodus 31

The golden calf

Exodus 32

"Who is on the Lord's side?"

Exodus 32

"Make no league with the inhabitants of this land"

Exodus 34

Visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children

Exodus 34

Construction of the tabernacle

Exodus 36-39

God, a constant presence in Israel's midst

Exodus 40

 OT-05

 

Food allowed and forbidden

Leviticus 11

Separation of lepers

Leviticus 13

Declaration of cleanliness from leprosy in jurisdiction of priests

Leviticus 14

Day of atonement

Leviticus 16

Scapegoat for sins and iniquities 

Leviticus 16

Sacrifices allowed only at tabernacle

Leviticus 17

Life is in the blood 

Leviticus 17

Sabbatical year and year of jubilee

Leviticus 25

 OT-06

 

Intricate organization 

Numbers 2

Vow of the Nazirites

Numbers 6

Aaronic benediction

Numbers 6

Ark of Covenant and portable use

Numbers 10

Jealousy of Miriam and Aaron

Numbers 12

Spies sent to Canaan

Numbers 13

Caleb's different spirit

Numbers 14

Tassels and ribbons

Numbers 15

Korah's rebellion

Numbers 16

Rock and water incident 

Numbers 20

 OT-07

 

Edom refuses passage to Israel 

Numbers 20

The bronze serpent

Numbers 21

Balaam's blessing

Numbers 23

Star out of Jacob

Numbers 24

Initial mixing with Midianites

Numbers 25

Second Numbering

Numbers 26

War as an instrument of God's vengeance

Numbers 31

The settlements of Ruben, Gad, and Manasseh

Numbers 32

Promise land reiterated

Numbers 33

 OT-08

 

Review of events from Horeb to Moab

Deuteronomy 1

Conquest of Sihon and Og

Deuteronomy 2-3

Provisions for families during conquest

Deuteronomy 3

Neither add nor take away from statutes

Deuteronomy 4

Unique moral law makes Israelgreat

Deuteronomy 4

"What nation has a God so near?"

Deuteronomy 4

"What nation has such righteous statutes?"

Deuteronomy 4

Exhortation against pure nature worship

Deuteronomy 4

Second decalogue

Deuteronomy 5

God not to be tested

Deuteronomy 6

Hebrew creed

Deuteronomy 6

Ethnic separation demanded

Deuteronomy 7

"Man does not live by bread alone"

Deuteronomy 8

As man disciplines son, so God disciplines 

Deuteronomy 8

Beware saying, "My power, my might"

Deuteronomy 8

Not because of your righteousness but
because of their wickedness

Deuteronomy 9

What does God require of you?

Deuteronomy 10

Teach children the law

Deuteronomy 11

"Be not ensnared to follow them"

Deuteronomy 12

The law of the tithe

Deuteronomy 14

 OT-09

 

The poor always with us

Deuteronomy 15

Men give as they are able 

Deuteronomy 16

Origin of stoning the disobedient

Deuteronomy 17

Free cities

Deuteronomy 19

Peace offerings before war

Deuteronomy 20

Laws concerning chastity

Deuteronomy 22

Writing of divorcement

Deuteronomy 24

Freedom for newlyweds

Deuteronomy 24

Provisions for sojourner and widow

Deuteronomy 24

Shall not muzzle the ox

Deuteronomy 25

Blessings of obedience

Deuteronomy 28

Consequences of disobedience

Deuteronomy 28

"Choose life"

Deuteronomy 30

It is no trifle, it is your life

Deuteronomy 32

Death of Moses

Deuteronomy 34

 OT-13

 

Story of Rahab

Joshua 2 and 6

Recircumcision Joshua 5
The land is holy Joshua 5
Jericho captured Joshua 6
Molding disciplines Joshua 7
Destruction of Ai Joshua 8
Gibeonite plot Joshua 9
Southern coalition Joshua 10
Northern coalition Joshua 11
Conquest not complete Joshua 13
Allotment of land Joshua 14-19
"Choose this day whom you will serve" Joshua 24

 OT-14

 

They shall become adversaries to you

Judges 2

Othniel routs the Mesopotamians

Judges 3
Ehud routs Moabites Judges 3
Deborah routs Canaanites Judges 4
History in poetic media Judges 5
Gideon routs Midianites Judges 6-7
"The Lord will rule over you" Judges 8
Anti-king reaction in Israel's early history Judges 9
Jephthah routs Ammonites Judges 11
Samson routs Philistines Judges 16
"In those days there was no king" Judges 21

OT-15

 

Hannah's prayer

1 Samuel 2
Samuel's youth 1 Samuel 3
Overconfidence in the Ark 1 Samuel 4
The cry for a king 1 Samuel 8
Divided opinions over kingship 1 Samuel 8
Saul made king over Israel 1 Samuel 11
King and nation to follow God 1 Samuel 12
No smith in Israel 1 Samuel 13
First anointing of David 1 Samuel 16
Saul's jealousy 1 Samuel 18
David eats holy bread 1 Samuel 21
Death of Saul 1 Samuel 31

 OT-18

 

David laments over Saul

2 Samuel 1
David anointed king over Judah 2 Samuel 2
Evidence of ill feelings between North and South 2 Samuel 2
Joab's blood guilt 2 Samuel 3
Abner's death 2 Samuel 3
David King over Israel 2 Samuel 5
Jerusalem made the capital 2 Samuel 5
Ark brought to Jerusalem 2 Samuel 6
Eternal promise made to David 2 Samuel 7
David's rule one of justice and equity 2 Samuel 8
Seeds of trouble - Bathsheba 2 Samuel 11
Nathan's rebuke 2 Samuel 12
Seeds of trouble - Absalom 2 Samuel 15

OT- 20

 

Solomon anointed

1 Kings 1
Marriage alliance 1 Kings 3
Great boundaries of Solomon's kingdom 1 Kings 4
Forced Labor under Solomon 1 Kings 5
Solomon builds the temple 1 Kings 6-7
The temple is dedicated 1 Kings 8
Solomon's many women 1 Kings 11
Jeroboam 1 Kings 11
Rehoboam 1 Kings 12
Israel revolts 1 Kings 12

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