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PPT - Overview of the Old Testament

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									Overview of the Old
    Testament
      Lesson 2
            Enthronement
Jesus~, we enthrone you~
We proclaim you are King~
Standing here~ in the midst of us~
We raise you up~ with our praise~

And as we wor~ship build your throne
And as we wor~ship build your throne
And as we wor~ship build your throne
Come Lord Jesus and take~ your place
                   Objective
 The   purpose of the OT
     Provides the foundation of the Bible
     Tells us about Jesus Christ and his purpose
     Helps us to know God
               Treasure Hunt
   Sit according to your groups

   Each group will be given a set of clues that will
    lead you to 4 locations within the Church
    Compound excluding the main church
    worshipping area.

   Upon finding the location, you are to collect an
    envelope which you are NOT to OPEN it until you
    come back into the class and allow your Cats to
    verify.
                Moving On…
 Split   into 4 smaller groups

 Select   a group leader

 Each group to be given an envelope to
  work on

 Keep    your answers to yourself
              Facts of the Bible
       Name the 2 segments that make up the
        Holy Bible
        Old Testament and New Testament

       46 Books make up the Old Testament

       27 Books make up the
        New Testament
          The Old Testament as the
           Foundation of the Bible
    Fill in the blanks with the appropriate words
       Both the Old Testament and New Testament inform us
        about
         GOD

       Without the Old Testament, the New Testament would
        not be (Not make sense)
         understood

       Without the New Testament, the Old Testament would
        be left (A head without a Tail)
         incomplete
        The old Testament informs us
             about Jesus Christ
       Isaiah 7:14 (“The young woman is with child and shall
        bear a _ _ _, and shall name him _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .”)
         son; Immanuel

       1 Chronicles 17:13 (“I will be a _ _ _ _ _ _ to him, and
        he shall be a _ _ _ to me.”)
         Father; son

       Psalm 22:18 (“The divide my _ _ _ _ _ _ _ among
        themselves, and for my clothing they _ _ _ _ _ _ _
        _.”)
         Clothes; cast lots
    The Old Testament informs us
             about God
   What is your impression of God in the
    following Bible verses?
             Genesis 7: 4

Noah’s Ark

A  God to be feared
 Able to create and destroy
 Righteousness, justice and Anger
 Rescues those who believe in him
          Deuteronomy 4:31
 Because the Lord your God is a merciful
 God, he will neither Abandon you nor
 destroy you; he will not forget the
 covenant with your ancestors

 Merciful
 Keeps his promises
 Always by your side
             Exodus 34:6
 Merciful and Gracious
 Slow to anger
 Steadfast in Love
 Faithful
 Forgiving
             Numbers 14:18
 Merciful and Gracious
 Slow to anger
 Steadfast in Love
 Faithful
 Forgiving
             Joshua 3: 7
 Promises to be with his people
 Supports his appointed leaders
 Power to control nature
                Notes to take
 The  old testament provides the foundation
  of the Bible

   tells us about Jesus Christ and his
 It
  purpose

 It   helps us to know God better

								
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