By Christopher D. Hudson
Learning scripture is simple and enjoyable with The 40-Day Bible Adventure! This publication is perfect for people or teams, promising larger knowing of the world's maximum ebook. In quarter-hour a day, The 40-Day Bible Adventure will assist you comprehend the storyline of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. there is invaluable context for every ebook ("Setting Up the Story") and 3–5 inquiries to have interaction you in key passages. "Critical Observations" support clarify the unusual and mysterious components of Bible tales, whereas different beneficial properties offer extra perception. supply your Bible forty days. . .you'll savour it for the remainder of your life!
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Why do you suppose God acts this way? DAY 17 THE DIVISION OF THE KINGDOM SETTING UP THE STORY Near the end of Solomon’s reign, God reveals the consequences that result from his defiance of the Lord’s decrees (1 Kings 11:11–12). As a result of his sin, the kingdom of Israel will be shattered and taken from his heirs. Only the tribes of Judah and Benjamin will remain, in honor of God’s promise to David. The man whom God raises up to lead the remaining tribes is Jeroboam. He rebels against Solomon and opposes Rehoboam, Solomon’s heir.
Often the captives were naked and attached to one another by a system of strings and fishhooks through their lower lips. The experience would have been both painful and incredibly humiliating. Whether the Israelites realized it was a result of their sin or not, they may have felt like the Lord had abandoned them. THE REASONS FOR THE FALL Read 2 Kings 17:7–15 How would you summarize the reasons for Israel’s exile? Insight The exile marked the end of the ten northern tribes as an independent kingdom.
God promises to bless the world through Abram’s descendants. If you have time, read the whole story: Genesis 12:1–20:18 GOD’S COVENANT WITH ABRAM Read Genesis 15:1–7 God had previously promised to build the family of Abram (known later as Abraham) into a great nation. What motivates Abram’s complaint to God in verses 2 and 3? What assurance does God offer to Abram? Critical Observation Genesis 15:6 is sometimes considered one of the most important verses in the Old Testament. God declares Abram righteous and in good standing before Him on the basis of Abram’s faith.
The 40-Day Bible Adventure. A Fascinating Journey to Understanding God's Word by Christopher D. Hudson