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Curriculum Design And Instruction To Teach


The Holy Bible: From Genesis To Revelation:



Author: Charles Hayes: National Minister:

Christians Taking Action, Inc.



THE OLD TESTAMENT:

@ The Book of Genesis: The First Book Of The

Law:

Book Summary: Creation and the establishment

of the covenant relationship:


Special Feature Include:

A. Keys To The book of Genesis.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Genesis.

1. The Four Great Events.

2. The Four Great People.



Topics Include:

Part One:

Primeval History:

I. The Creation.

A. Creation Of The World.

B. Creation Of Man.

II. The Fall.

A. The Fall Of Humanity.

B. After the Fall: Conflicting Family Lines.

III. The Judgement of the Flood.

A. Causes Of The Flood.

B. Judgment Of The Flood.

C. The Flood.

D. Results Of The Flood.

E. After The Flood: The Sin Of The Godly Line.

IV. The Judgment On The Tower of Babel:

A. Family Lines After The Flood.

B. Judgment On All The Family Lines.

Part Two: Patriarchal History:

I. The Life Of Abraham.

A. Introduction of Abram.

B. The Covenant Of God With Abram.

II. The Life Of Isaac.

A. The Family Of Isaac.

B. The Failure Of Isaac.

C. The Failure Of Esau.

III. The Life Of Jacob:

A. Jacob Gains Esau's Blessing.

B. Jacob's Life at Haran.

C. Jacob's Return.

D. Jacob's Residence in Canaan.

E. The History Of Esau.

IV. The Life Of Joseph:

A. The Corruption of Joseph's Family.

B. The Exaltation Of Joseph.

C. The Salvation Of Jacob's Family.

@ The Book Of Exodus:

Book Summary: Deliverance of the

people of Israel from slavery in Egypt:

Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Exodus.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Exodus.

1. Redeeption from Egypt.

2. Revelation from God.



Topics Include:

Part One: Redemption From Egypt:

I. The Need For Redemption From Egypt.

A. Israels Rapid Multiplication.

B. Israels Severe Affliction.

C. Israels Planned Extinction.

II. The Preparation of the Leaders:

A. Moses Is Redeemed from murder.

B. Moses Tries To Redeem By Murder.

C. Israel Calls Upon God.

D. God Calls Upon Moses.

E. Moses Accepts The Call.

F. Israel Accepts Moses As Deliverer.

III. Gods Redemption Of Israel:

A. Moses Confronts Pharaoh By Word.

B. Moses Confronts Pharaoh With Miracles.

C. Moses Confronts Pharaoh Through Plagues.

D. Israel Redeemed By Blood.

E. Israel Redeemed By Power.

IV. The Preservation In The Wilderness.

A. Preserved From Thirst.

B. Preserved From Hunger.

C. Preserved From Thirst Again.

D. Preserved From Defeat.

E. Preserved From Chaos.

Part Two: Revelation From God:

I. The Revelation Of The Old Covenant.

A. The Preparation Of The People.

B. The Revelation Of The Covenant.

C. The Judgments.

D. Ratification Of The Covenant.

E. The Tabernacle.

F. The Priest.

G. Institution Of The Covernant.

II. The Response Of Israel To The Convenant.

A. Israel Willfully Breaks The Covenant.

B. Moses Intercedes.

C. God Renews The Covenant With Israel.

D. Israel Willingly Obeys.

E. God Fills The Tabernacle.

@ The Book Of Leviticus:

Book Summary: The Ceremonial Law:


Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Leviticus.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Questions-Answers;

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

F. Special Consideration.

G. Survey of Leviticus.

1. Sacrifice.

2. Sanctification.



Topics Include:


Part One: Sacrifice:


I. The Laws Of Acceptable Approach To God.

A. In Fellowship.

B. Out Of Fellowhsip.

C. Laws For Administering Offering.

II. The Laws Of The Priests:

A. The Consecration Of The Priesthood.

B. The Ministry Of Priesthood.

C. Failure Of The Priesthood.

III. The Laws Of Israel Regarding Purity:

A. Laws Concerning Unclean Food.

B. Laws Concerning Childbirth.

C. Laws Concerning Leprosy.

D. Laws Concerning Discharge.

IV. The Laws Of National Atonement.

A. Concerning national Cleansing.

B. Concerning Location Of Sacrifices.

C. Concerning The Use Of Blood.

Part Two: Sanctification:

I. For The People.

A. Laws Of Sexual Sins.

B. Laws Of Social Order.

C. Laws Of Penalties.

II. For The Priesthood:

A. Prohibited Practices Of The Priests.

B. People Prohibited.

C. Things prohibited Of The Priesthood.

D. Sacrifices Prohibited Of The Priesthood.

E. The Purpose Of The Laws.

III. The Laws Of Sanctification In Worship.

A. Laws Of The Sanctified Feasts.

B. Laws Of The Sanctified Elements.

C. Laws Of The Sanctified Name Of God.

IV. In The Land Of Canaan:

A. Laws Of The Sanctification.

B. Obedience and Disobedience.

V. The Laws Of Sanctification Through Vows.

A. Special Consecration.

B. Things Excluded From Consecration.

C. The Conclusion Of Leviticus.

@ The Book of Numbers:

Book Summary: Wandering of God's people in

the wilderness.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the book of Numbers.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Consideration.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Numbers.

1. The Old Generation.

2. The Tragic Transition.

3. The New Generation.



Topics Include:


Part One: The Preparation of the Old

Generation to Inherit the

Promised Land.

I. The Organization of Israel.

A. Organization of the People.

B. Organization of the Priest.

II. Sanctification of Israel.

A. Sanctification Through Separation.

B. Sanctification Through Nazirite Vow.

C. Sanctification Through Worship.

D. Sanctification Through Divine Guidance.


Part Two: The Failure of the Old

Generation to Inherit the

Promised Land.

I. The Failure En Route to Kadesh.

A. Israel Departs Mount Sinai.

B. Failure of the People.

C. Failure of Moses.

D. God Provides for Moses.

E. God Provides for the People.

F. Failure of Miriam and Aaron.

II. The Climatic Failure at Kadesh.

A. Investigation of the Promised Land.

B. Israel Rebels Against God.

C. Moses Intercedes.

D. God Judges Israel.

E. Israel Rebels Against the Judgment.

III. The Failure of Israel in the Wilderness.

A. Review of the Offerings.

B. Rebellion of Korah.

C. Rebellion Against Moses and Aaron.

D. Role of the Priesthood.

IV. The Failure En Route to Moab.

A. Miriam Dies.

B. Moses and Aaron Fail.

C. Edom Refuses Passage.

D. Aaron Dies.

E. Israel's Victory over the Canaanites.

F. The Failure of Israel.

G. Journey to Moab.

H. Israel's Victory Over Anmon.

I. Israel's Victory Over Bashan.

J. Failure With The Moabites.

Part Three: The Preparation of the

New Generation to Inherit

the Promised Land.

I. The Reorganization of Israel.

A. The Second Census.

B. Methods for Dividing the Land.

C. Exception for Dividing the Land.

D. Appointment of a New Leader.

II. The Regulations of Offerings and Vows.

A. The Regulations of Sacrifices.

B. The Regulations of Vows.

III. The Conquest and Division ofIsrael.

A. Victory over Midan.

B. Division of the Land East of Jordan.

C. The Summary of Israel's Journeys.

D. Division of the Land West of Jordan.

E. Special Cities in Cannaan.

F. Special Problems of Inheritance.

@ The Book Of Deuteronomy:

Book Summary: The second giving of the law by

Moses before the people occupy

the Promised Land.




Special Features Include.

1. Keys to Deuteronomy

A. Key Words.

B. Key Verses.

C. Key Chapter.

D. Curriculum Design Supplement:

2. Authorship and Date.

3. Historical Setting.

4. Theological Contribution.

5. Special Consideration.

6. Survey of Deuteronomy.

A. Moses' First Sermon.

B. Moses' Second Sermon.

C. Moses' Third Sermon.


Topics Include:



Part One: Moses First Sermon.

I. The Preamble of the Covenant.

A. From Mount Sinai to Kadesh.

B. At Kadesh.

C. From Kadesh To Moab.

D. Conquest Of East Jordan.

E. Transition of Leadership.

F. Summary of the Covenant.

Part Two: Moses Second Sermon.

I. The Introduction to the law of God.

II. The Exposition of the Decalogue.

A. The Covenant of the Great King.

B. The Command to teach the law.

C. The Command to Conquer Canaan.

D. The Command to remember the Lord.

E. About Self-Righteousness.

F. Regarding Blessings andCursings.

III. The Exposition of the additional laws.

A. The Cermonial Laws.

B. The Exposition of the Civil Laws.

C. The Exposition of the Social Laws.

Part Three. Moses Third Sermon.

I. The Ratification of the covenant.

A. Erection of the altar.

B. Admonition to obey the law.

C. Proclamation of the curses.

D. Warnings of the covenant.

II. The Palestenian Covenant.

A. Based on the Power of God.

B. Parties of the Covenant.

C. Warnings of the Covenant.

D. Ratification.

III. The Transition of the mediator.

A. Moses Charges Joshua and Israel.

B. God Charges Israel.

C. The Book of the Law is Deposited.

D. The Song of Moses.

E. The Death Of Moses.

@ The Book Of Joshua: A Book Of History:


Book Summary: The capture and settlement of the

Promised Land.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the book of Joshua.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Questions-Answers:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Joshua.

1. Conquest.

2. Settlement.


Topics Include:

Part one: The Conquest of Canaan:

I. Israel Is Prepared for the Conquest.

A. Joshua Replaces Moses.

B. Joshua Prepares Israel Militarily.

C. Joshua Prepares Israel Spiritually.

D. The Commander of the Lord Appears.

II. The Conquest of Canaan by Israel.

A. Conquest of Central Canaan.

B. Conquest of Southern Canaan.

C. Conquest of Northern Canaan.

D. Conquest of Canaan Is Summarized.

E. Unconquered Parts of Canaan.

Part Two: The Settlement in Canaan.

I. The Settlement East of the Jordan.

A. Geographical Boundaries.

B. Tribal Boundaries.

II. The Settlement West of the Jordan.

A. The First Settlement Gilgal.

B. The Second Settlement Shiloh.

C. The Settlement of Israel is Completed.

III. The Settlement of the Religious Community.

A. Six Cities Of Refuge.

B. Selection of the Levitical Cities.

C. The Settlement of Israel Is Completed.

IV. The Conditions for Continued Settlement.

A. The Altar of Witness.

B. Blessing Through Obedience.

C. Joshua and Eleazar Die.

@ The Book Of Judges: A Book Of History:

Book Summary: The nation of Israel is

rescured by a series of

judges, or military leaders.

Special Features Include.

1. Keys to Judges:

A. Key Word.

B. Key Verses.

C. Key Chapter.

D. Curriculum Design Supplement:

2. Theological Contribution.

3. Special Consideration.

4. Authorship and Date.

5. Historical Setting.

6. Survey of Judges.

A. Cycle of Unfaithfulness: Deterioration.

B. Deliverances.

C. Depravity.


Topics Include:

Part One: The Deterioration Of Israel and

Failure to complete the Conquest of Canaan.

I. The Failue of Israel To Complete The Conquest.

A. Failure of Juda.

B. Failure of Benjamin.

C. Failure of the Tribes Of Joseph.

D. Failure of Zebulum.

E. Failure of Asher.

F. Failure of Naphtali.

G. Failuare of Dan.

II. The Judgment Of God.

A. Angel Announces Judgment.

B. Godly Generation Dies.

C. Judgment of God Is Described.

D. Enemy Is Left as a Test.

Part Two: The Deliverance of Israel During

the Seven Cycles.

I. The Southern Campaign.

A. The Judge Othniel.

B. The Judge Ehud.

C. The Judge Shamgar.

II. The Northern Campaign.

A. Deborah and Barak are Called.

B. Canaanites Are Defeated.

C. Song Of Deborah and Barak.

III. The Central Campaign:

A. The Judge Gideon:

B. The Judge Abimelech:

C. The Judge Tola.

D. The Judge Jair.

IV. The Eastern Campaign.

A. Israel Sins.

B. Salvation: Jephthah.

V. The Second Northern Campaign.

A. The Judge Ebzan.

B. The Judge Elon.

C. The Judge Abdon.

VI. The Western Campaign:

A. Miraculous Birth Of Samson.

B. Sinful marriage of Samson.

C. Judgeship of Samson.

D. Failure of Samson.

Part Three: The Depravity of Israel

in Sinning Like The Canaanites.

I. The Failure Through Idolatry.

A. Example of Personal Idolatry.

B. Example of Tribal Idolatry.

II. The Failure of Israel Through Immorality.

A. Example of Personal Immorality.

B. Example of Tribal Immorality.

III. The Failure Through War.

A. War Between Israel and Dan.

B. Failure of Israel After the War.

@ The Book Of Ruth:

Book Summary: A beautiful story of God's love.

Special Features include:

A. Keys To The Book of Ruth.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Ruth.

1. Ruth's Love is Demonstrated.

2. Ruth's Love is Rewarded.



Topics Include:

Part one. Ruths Love Is Demonstrated.

I. Ruths Decision to remain With Naomi.

A. Ruths need to Remain with Naomi.

B. Ruths Opportunity to Leave Naomi.

C. Ruths Choice to Remain with Naomi.

II. Ruths Devotion to Care for Naomi:

A. Ruth and Naomi Return to Bethlehem.

B. Ruth Gleans For Food.

Part Two: Ruths Love is Rewarded.

I. Ruths Request for Redemption By Boaz.

A. Naomi Seeks Redemption for Ruth.

B. Ruth Obeys Naomi.

C. Boaz Desires to Redeem Ruth.

II. Ruths Reward of Redemption By Boaz.

A. Boaz Marries Ruth.

B. Ruth Bears a Son, Obed.

C. Naomi Receives A new Family.

D. Ruth Is the Great-Grandmother of David.

@ First Samuel:

Book Summary: The early history of Israel,

Including the reigns of Saul and David.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys First Samuel.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapters.

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|1|. Subject-Questions-Answers:

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of First Samuel.

1. Samuel.
2. Saul.
3. Saul and David.


Topics Include:

Part one: Samuel, The Last Judge:

I. First Transition Of Leadership.

A. The Birth of a new Leader.

B. The need of a new Leader.

C. The Transition from Eli to Samuel.

D. Samuel Recognized as the new Leader.

II. The Judgeship of Samuel.

A. The need for Samuels leadership.

B. Victories under Samuel.

Part Two: Saul, The First King.

I. Second transition of leadership.

A. Causes of the transition.

B. Transition from Samuel To Saul.

II. The Reign of King Saul.

A. The Early success of King Saul.

B. The Failures of King Saul.

III. Third transition of leadership.

A. The transition from Saul to David.

B. The attempts of Saul to slay David.

C. The rise Of David in exile.

D. The final decline of Saul.

@ Second Samuel:

Book Summary: The early history of Israel,

including the reigns of

Saul and David.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys to First Samuel.

1. Key Word.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Quesitons-Answers:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Second Samuel.

1. The Triumphs of David.

2. The Transgressions of David.

3. The Troubles of David.


Topics Include:

Part one: Triumphs of David.

I. The Political Triumphs of David.

A. The Rign Of David in Hebron.

B. The Reign of David in Jerusalem.

II. The Spiritual Triumphs of David.

A. The Transportation of the Ark.

B. The Institution of the Davidic Covenant.

III. The Military Triumphs of David.

A. The Triumphs of David over his Enemies.

B. The Righteous Rule of David.

C. The Triumphs of David.

Part Two: The Transgressions of David.

I. The Sin of Adultery.

II. The Sin of Murder.

A. Uriah Does not sleep with Bathsheba.

B. David Commands Uriahs Murder.

C. David and Bathsheba Marry.

Part Three: The Trouble of David.

I. The Troubles in Davids House.

A. Prophecy by Nathan.

B. Davids Son Dies.

C. Joabs Loyalty to David.

D. Incest in Davids House.

E. Amnon Is Murdered.

II. The Troubles in Davids Kingdom.

A. Rebellion of Absalom.

B. Absalons Murder.

C. David Is Restored as King.

D. Commentary on David.

@ First Kings:

Book Summary: A political history of Israel focusing

on the reigns of selected Kings

from the time of Solomon to the

captivity of the Jewish people by

Babylon.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys to First Kings.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.


Topics Include:

Part One: The United Kingdom.

I. The Establishment of Solomon as King.

A. Appointment of Solomon as King.

B. Solidification of Solomon as King.

II. The Rise of Solomon as King.

A. Solomons Request for Wisdom.

B. Solomons Administration of Israel.

C. The Temple is Constructed.

III. The Decline of Solomon as King.

A. Reiteration of the Davidic Covenant.

B. Disobedience of Solomon.

C. Chastening of Solomon.

D. Death of Solomon.

Part Two: The Divided Kingdom.

I. The Division of the Kingdom.

A. Cause of the Division.

B. Reign of Jeroboam in Israel.

C. Reign of Rehoboam In Judah.

II. The Reigns of Two Kings in Judah.

A. The Reign of Abijam in Judah.

B. The Reign of Asa in Judah.

III. The Reigns of Five Kings in Israel.

A. Reign of Nadab In Israel.

B. Reign of Baasha In Israel.

C. Reign of Elah In Israel.

D. Reign of Zimri In Israel.

E. Reign of Omri In Israel.

IV. The Reign of Ahab in Israel.

A. Sin of Ahab.

B. The Ministry of Elijah.

C. Wars with Syria.

D. Murder of Naboth.

E. Death of Ahab.

V. The Reign Of Jehoshophat in Juda.

VI. The Reign of Ahaziah in Israel.

@ Second Kings:

Book Summary: A political history of Israel

focusing on the reigns of selected

Kings from the time of Solomon to

the captivity of the Jewish people

by Babylon.



Special Features Include:


A. Keys to First Kings.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.




Topics Include:

Part One: The Divided Kingdom.

I. The Reign of Ahaziah.

A. Political Situation Under Ahaziah.

B. Death of Ahaziah.

II. The Reign of Jehoram in Israel.

A. Transition from Elijah to Elisha.

B. Spiritual Evaluation Jehoram.

C. Politics Under Jehoram.

D. Ministry Under Elisha.

III. The Reign of Jehoram in Judah.

A. Spiritual evaluation of Ahaziah.

B. Politics under Ahaziah.

C. Death of Ahaziah.

V. The Reign of Jehu in Israel.

A. Elishaa Prophecy.

B. Spiritual evaluation of Jehu.

C. Political Situation Under Jehu.

D. Death of Jehu.

VI. The Reign of Athaliah in Judah.

A. Salvation of Joash.

B. Overthrow by Jehoiada.

C. Death of Athaliah.

VII. The Reign of Joash in Judah.

A. Renewal of the Covenant.

B. Spiritual evaluation of Joash.

C. Spiritual Situation under Joash.

D. Politics Under Joash.

E. Death of Joash.

VIII. The Reign of Jehoahaz in Israel.

IX. The Reign of Jehoahaz.

A. Rule of Jehoahaz.

B. Death of Elisha.

X. The Reign of Amaziah in Judah.

A. Spiritual Evaluation of Amaziah.

B. Politics Under Amaziah.

C. Death of Jehoash.

D. Death of Amaziah.

XI. The Reign of Jeroboam II in Israel.

XII. The Reign of Azariah in Judah.

XIII. The Reign of Zechariah in Israel.

XIV. The Reign of Shallum in Israel.

XV. The Reign of Menahem in Israel.

XVI. The Reign of Pekahiah in Israel.

XVII. The Reign of Pekah in Israel.

XVIII. The Reign of Jotham in Judah.

XIX. The Reign of Ahaz in Judah.

A. Spiritual Evaluation of Ahaz.

B. Political Situation under Ahaz.

C. Death of Ahaz.

XX. The Reign of Hoshea in Israel.

A. Spiritual Evaluation of Hoshea.

B. Politics Under Hoshea.

Part Two: The Surviving Kingdom.

I. The Reign of Hezekiah.

A. Spiritual Evaluation of Hezekiah.

B. Politics Under Hezekiah.

C. Death of Hezekiah.

II. The Reign of Manasseh.

A. Spiritual Evaluation of Manasseh.

B. Politics Under Manasseh.

C. Death of Manasseh.

III. The Reign of Amon.

IV. The Reign of Josiah.

A. Spiritual Evaluation of Josiah.

B. Renewal of the Covenant by Josiah.

C. Politics Under Josiah.

D. Death of Josiah.

V. The Reign of Jehoahaz.

VI. The Reign of Jehoiakim.

VII. The Reign of Jehoiachin.

VIII. The Reign of Zedekiah.

A. Spiritual Evaluation of Zedekiah.

B. Politics under Zedekiah.

IX. The Governorship of Gedaliah.

X. The Release of Jehoiachin.

@ First Chronicles:

Book Summary: A religious history of Israel,

covering the same period of time

as Second Samuel and First and

Second King.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys to First Chronicles.

1. Key Words.

2. key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of First Chronicles.

1. The Royal Line of David.

2. The Reign Of David.


Topics Include:

Part One: The Royal Line of David.

I. The Genealogy from Adam to Abraham.

II. The Genealogy form Abraham to Jacob.

III. The Genealogy form Jacob to David.

IV. The Genealogy from David to the Captivity.

V. The Genealogies of the Twelve Tribes.

A. The Genealogy of Judah.

B. The Genealogy of Simeon.

C. The Genealogy of Reuben.

D. The Genealogy of Gad.

E. The Genealogy of Manasseh.

F. The Genealogy of Levi.

G. The Genealogy of Issachar.

H. The Genealogy of Benjamin.

I. The Genealogy of Naphtali.

J. The Genealogy of Manasseh.

K. The Genealogy of Ephraim.

L. The Genealogy of Asher.

M. The Genealogy of Benjamin.


VI. The Genealogy of the Remnant.

A. The Genealogy of the Twelve Tribes.

B. The Genealogy of the Priests.

C. The Genealogy of the Levites.

VII. The Genealogy of Saul.

Part Two: The Reign of David.

I. The Accession of David.

A. Death of Saul.

B. Anointing of David as King.

C. Conquest of Jerusalem.

D. David's Mighty Men.

II. The Acquisition of the Ark of the Covenant.

A. Improper Transportation of Ark.

B. Prosperity of David's Reign.

C. Proper Transportation of the Ark.

D. Celebration at the Ark in Jerusalem.

E. Institution of the Davidic Covenant.

III. The Military Victories of king David.

IV. The preparation and organization of Israel.

A. Sinful Census of David.

B. Provisions for the Temple.

C. Charged for Construction.

D. Organization of the Temple leaders.

E. Organization of national Leaders.

V. The Last Days of David.

A. Final exhortations of David.

B. Final Provisions for the Temple.

C. David's Final Thanksgiving.

D. Coronation of Solomon.

E. Death of King David.

@ Second Chronicles:

Book Summary: A religious history of Israel,

covering the same period of time

as Second Samuel and First and

Second King.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys To Second Chronicles.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Second Chronicles.

1. The Reign of Solomon.

2. The Kings of Judah.


Topics Include:

Part One: The reign of Solomon.

I. The Inauguration of Solomon as King.

A. The Worship of Solomon.

B. The Petition for Wisdom.

C. The Provision of Wisdom.

II. The Completion of the Temple.

A. Preparation for Building.

B. Construction of the Temple.

C. Dedication of the Temple.

III. The Glory of the Reign of Solomon.

A. Enlargement of Territory.

B. Subjugation of Enemies.

C. Religious Practices.

D. Economic Operations.

E. The Queen of Sheba Visits.

F. Solomon's Wealth.

IV. The Death of Solomon.

Part Two: The Kings Of Judah.

I. The reign of Rehoboam.


A. Division of the Kingdom.

B. Judah Is Strengthened.

C. Judah Is Weakened.

D. death of Rehoboam.

II. The Reign of Abijah.

A. War of Abija and Jeroboam.

B. Death of Abijah.

III. The Reign of Asa.

A. Evaluation of Asa.

B. Victory Over the Ethiopians.

C. Exhortation of Azariah.

D. Reforms of Asa.

E. Victory Over the Syrians.

F. Rebuke of Hanani.

G. Death Of Asa.


IV. Reign of Jehoshaphat.

A. Evaluation of Jehoshaphat.

B. Instruction by the Priest.

C. Expansion of the Kingdom.

D. Alliance With Ahab.

E. Organization of the Kingdom.

F. Victory Over Moab, Ammon.

G. Reign of Jehoshaphat.

H. Death of Jehoshaphat.

V. The Reign of Jehoram.


A. Evaluation of Jehoram.

B. Revolt by Edom and Libnah.

C. Warning of Elijah.

D. Invasion by Philistia.

E. Death of Jehoram.

VI. The Reign of Ahaziah.

VII. The Reign of ahaziah.

VIII. The Reign of Joash.

A. Revival of Jehoiada.

B. Evaluation of Joash.

C. Repair of the Temple.

D. Death of Jehoiada.

E. Murder of Jehoiada's Son.

F. Destruction By Syria.

G. Death of Joash.

IX. The Reign of Amaziah.

A. Evaluation of Amaziah.

B. Victory Over Edom.

C. Idolatry of Amaziah.

D. Defeat of Judah by Israel.

E. Death of Amaziah.

X. The Reign of Uzziah.

A. Evaluation of Uzziah.

B. Victories of Uzziah.

C. Sinful Offering of Uzziah.

D. Death of Uzziah.

XI. The Reign of Jotham.

XII. The Reign of Ahaz.

A. Evaluation of Ahaz.

B. Defeat of Judah.

C. Idolatry of Ahaz.

D. Death of Ahaz.

XIII. The Reign of Hezekiah.

A. Evaluation of Hezekiah.

B. Hezekiah's Reforms.

C. Invasion by Assyria.

D. Restoration of Hezekiah.

E. Wealth of Hezekiah.

F. Sin of Hezekiah.

G. Death of Hezekiah.

XIV. The Reign of Manasseh.

XV. The Reign of Amon.

XVI. The Reign of Josiah.

A. Evaluation of Josiah.

B. Early Reforms of Josiah.

C. Repair of the Temple.

D. Discovery of the Law.

E. Celebration of the Passover.

F. Death of Josiah.

XVII. The Reign of Jehoahaz.

XVIII. The Reign of Jehoiakim.

XIX. The Reign of Jehoiachin.

XX. The Reign of Zedekiah.

A. Evaluation of Zedekiah.

B. Destruction of Jerusalem.

XXI. The Proclamation of Cyrus.

@ The Book of Ezra:


Book Summary: The return of the

Jewish People from captivity in Babylon.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys to The Book of Ezra.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Ezra.

1. The Restoration of the Temple of God.

2. The Reformation of God's people.


Topics Include.

Part One: The Restoration of the Temple of God.

I. The First Return ot Jerusalem.

A. Decree of Cyrus.

B. Gifts From Israel and Cyrus.

C. Census of the Returning People.

D. The Return Completed.

II. The Construction of the Temple.

A. Construction of the Foundation.

B. Interruption of the Construction.

C. Completion of the Temple.

D. Celebration of the Passover.

Part Two: The Reformation of God's People.

I. The Second Return To Jerusalem.

A. The Decree of Artaxerxes.

B. Census of the Returning Israelites.

C. Spiritual Preparation for the Return.

D. The Return Completed.

II. The Restoration of the People.

A. Israel Intermarries.

B. Ezra Intercedes with God.

C. Reformation of Israel.

@ The Book of Nehemiah: A Book of History.



Book Summary: The rebuilding of the walls

of Jerusalem after the Babylon

captivity.



Special Features Include:

A. Key to the Book of Nehemiah.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Nehemiah.

1. The Reconstruction of the Wall.

2. The Restoration of the People.


Topics Include:


Part One: The Reconstruction of the Wall.

I. The Preparation to Reconstruct the Wall.

A. Discovery of the Broken Wall.

B. Intercession of Nehemiah.

C. Arrival of Nehemiah in Jerusalem.

D. Preparation to Reconstruct the Wall.

II. The Reconstruction of the Wall.

A. Record of the Builders.

B. Opposition to the Reconstruction.

C. Completion of the Reconstruction.

D. Organization of Jerusalem.

E. Registration of Jerusalem.

Part Two: The Restoration of the People.

I. The Renewal of the Covenant.

A. Interpretation of the Law.

B. Reaffirmation of the Covenant.

II. The Obedience to the Covenant.

A. Resettlement of the People.

B. Register of the Priest and the Levites.

C. Dedication of the Jerusalem Wall.

D. Restoration of the People.

@ The Book Of Ester:

Book Summary: God's care for his people under

Gentile rule.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Ester.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date:

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Ester.

1. The Threat to the Jews.

2. The Triumph of the Jews.



Topics Include:

Part One: The Threat to the Jews.

I. The Selection of Ester as Queen.

A. The Divorce of Vashti.

B. The Marriage to Ester.

II. The Formulation of the Plot by Haman.

Part Two: The Triumph of the Jews.

I. The Triumph of Mordecai over Haman.

A. Setting for the Triumph.

B. Mordecai Is Honored.

C. Haman Dies on the Gallows.

D. Mordecai is Given Hamans House.

II. The Triumph of Israel over Her Enemies.

A. Preparation for the victory of Israel.

B. Israels Victory Over Her Enemies.

C. Israels Celebration.

@ The Book Of Job:

Book Summary: An examination of the problems

of evil and human suffering.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys To The Book of Job.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Survey of Job.

1. The Dilemma of Job.

2. The Debates of Job.

3. The Deliverance of Job.



Topics Include:

Part One: The Dilemma of Job.

I. The circustances of Job.

II. The First Assault Of Satan.

III. The Second Assault of Satan.

IV. The Arrival of Jobs friends.

Part Two: The Debates Of Job.

I. The First Cycle of Debate.

A. Jobs First Speech.

B. Eliphazs First Speech.

C. Jobs Reply to Eliphaz.

D. Bildads First Speech.

E. Jobs Response to Bildad.

F. Zophars First Speech.

G. Jobs Response to Zophar.

II. The Second Cycle of Debate.

A. Eliphazs Second Speech.

B. Jobs Response to Eliphaz.

C. Bildads Second Speech.

D. Jobs Response to Bildad.

E. Zophars Second Speech.

F. Jobs Response to Zophar.

III. The Third Cycle of Debate.

A. Eliphazs Third Speech.

B. Jobs Response to Eliphaz.

C. Bildads Third Speech.

IV. The Final defense Of Job.

A. Jobs First Monologue.

B. Jobs Second Monologue.

V. The Solution Elihu.

A. Elihu Intervenes in the Debate.

B. Elihu's First Rebuttal.

C. Elihu's Second Rebuttal.

D. Elihu's Third Rebuttal.

E. Elihu's Conclusion.

Part Three: The Deliverance of Job.

I. The First Controversy of God with Job.

A. Gods First Challenge to Job.

B. Jobs First Answer to God.

II. The Second Controversy.

A. Gods Second Challenge to Job.

B. Jobs Second answer to God.

III. The Deliverance of Job and his Friends.

@ The Book Of Psalms:


Book Summary: The Song book or hymnal

of ancient Israel.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys to Psalms.

1. key Word.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.

E. Survey of Psalms:

1. Individual Lament Psalms.

2. Communal lament Psalms.

3. Individual Thanksgiving Psalms.

4. Communal Thanksgiving Psalms.

5. General Praise Psalms.

6. Descriptive Praise Psalms.

7. Enthronement Psalms.

8. Pilgrimage Songs.

9. Royal Psalms.

10. Wisdom and Didactic Psalms.


Topics Include.

+ Various Authors of Psalms.

1. Individual Lament Psalms.

2. Communal lament Psalms.

3. Individual Thanksgiving Psalms.

4. Communal Thanksgiving Psalms.

5. General Praise Psalms.

6. Descriptive Praise Psalms.

7. Enthronement Psalms.

8. Pilgrimage Songs.

9. Royal Psalms.

10. Wisdom and Didactic Psalms.

@ The Book of Proverbs:


Book Summary: Wise sayings and observations

designed to develop proper

attitudes and behavior.



Special features Include.

A. keys to Proverbs:

1. key Word.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.

E. Survey of Proverbs.

1. The Proverbs to the Youth.

2. The Proverbs of Solomon.

3. The Proverbs copied by Hezekiahs Men.

4. The Words of Agur.

5. The Words of King Lemuel.

Topics Include:

I. Purpose of Proverbs.

II. Proverbs to the Youth.

A. Obey Parents.

B. Avoid bad company.

C. Seek Wisdom.

D. Benefits of Wisdom.

E. Be Kind to Others.

F. Father Says Get Wisdom.

G. Avoid the Wicked.

H. Keep Your heart.

I. Do not commit adultery.

J. Do be faithful to your spouse.

K. Avoid Surety.

L. Do not be lazy.

M. Do not commit adultery.

N. Praise of Wisdom.

III. Proverbs of Solomon.

A. Contrasting Godly and Wicked.

B. Encouraging Godly Lives.

C. Concerning Various Situations.

IV. Proverbs of Solomon copied by Hezekiahs Men.

A. Regulating Relationships with others.

B. Regulating Various Activities.

V. The Words of Agur:

VI. The Word of King Lemuel.

A. Wisdom for Leaders.

B. Wise Woman.

@ The Book of Ecclesiastes:

Book Summary: A philosophical description

of the emptiness of life without

God.

Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Ecclesiastes.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Ecclesiastes.

1. The Proof that "All is Vanity" from experience.

2. The Proof that "All is Vanity" from Observation.

3. The Counsel for Living.



Topics Include:

Part One: The Thesis That "All Is Vanity"

I. Introduction of Vanity:

II. Illustration of Vanity:

Part Two: The Proof That "All Is Vanity"

I. Proof that "All is Vanity" from Experience.

A. Vanity of Striving After Wisdom.

B. Vanity of Striving After Pleasure.

C. Vanity of Great Accomplishment.

E. Conclusion: Be Content.

II. Proof of "All Is Vanity" from Observation.

A. Immutability of God's Program.

B. Inequalities of Life.

C. Insufficiencies of Human Religion.

D. Insufficiencies of Wealth.

E. Inescapable Vanity of Life.

Part Three: The Counsel for Living.

I. Coping in a Wicked World.

A. Wisdom and Folly Contrasted.

B. Wisdom of Moderation.

C. Strength of Wisdom.

D. Submit to Authority.

E. Inability to Understand All God's Doing.

F. Judgment Comes to All Men.

G. Enjoy Life While You Have It.

H. Value of Wisdom.

II. Counsel for the Uncertainties of Life.

A. Wisdom's Characteristics.

B. Wisdom Related to the King.

C. Wisdom Related to Business.

D. Wisdom Related to the Youth.

III. Conclusion: "Fear god and keep His

Commandments".

@ The Song of Solomon: A Love Song:

Book Summary: A love song protraying

the beauty of a human

love relationship as a

symbol of divine love.

Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Song of Solomon.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Questions-Answers:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Consideration.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of the Song of Solomon.

1. The Beginning Of Love.

2. The Broadening Of Love.

Topics Include:

I. The Beginning of Love.

A. Falling In Love.

B. United In Love.

II. Broadening of Love.

A. Struggling In Love.

B. Growing In Love.

@ The Book Of Isaiah:


Book Summary: Isaiah was an outstanding

prophet of condemnation and

messianic consolation.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys To Isaiah:

1. Key Words:

2. Key Verses:

3. Key Chapter:

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship, Date, and Historical Setting.

C. Theological Contributions:

D. Survey Of Isaiah:

1. Prophecies of Condemnation.

2. Historical Parenthesis.

3. Prophecies of Comfort.


Topics Include:

Part One: Prophecies of Condmation.

I. Prophecies Against Judah.

A. The Judgment of Judah.

B. The Day of the Lord.

C. The Parable of The Vineyard.

D. The Commission Of Judah.

E. The Destruction Of Israel By Assyria.

F. The Destruction Of Assyria By God.

II. The Prophecies Against Other Nations.

A. The Prophecies Against Babylon.

B. The Prophecies Against Assyria.

C. The Prophecies Against Philista.

D. The Prophecies Against Moab.

E. The Prophecies Against Damascus and Samaria.

F. The Prophecies Against Ethiopia.

G. The Prophecies Against Egypt.

H. The Prophecies Against Babylon.

I. The Prophecies Against Dumah Edom.

J. The Prophecies Against Arabia.

K. The Prophecies Against Jerusalem.

L. The Prophecies Against Tyre.

III. The Prophecies of the Day of the Lord.

A. Judgment of the Tribulation.

B. Triumphs of the Kingdom.

IV. Judgement and Blessing:

A. Woe To Ephraim.

B. Woe To Ariel Jerusalem.

C. Woe to Egyptian Alliance.

D. Behold The Coming King.

E. Woe to the Spoiler of Jerusalem.

F. Woe to the Nations.

G. Behold The Coming Kingdom.

Part Three: The Historical Parenthesis:

I. Hezekiahs Salvation from Assyria.

II. Hezekiahs Salvation From Sickness.

III. Hezekiahs Sin.

Part Three: The Prophecies of Comfort:

I. The Prophecies of Israels Deliverance.

A. Comfort Because of Deliverance.

B. Comfort Because of Gods Character.

C. Comfort Because of Gods Greatness.

D. Comfort Because of Gods Servant.

E. Comfort Because of Gods Restoration.

F. Comfort Because of Cyrus.

G. Comfort Because of Babylons Destruction.

II. The Prophecy of Israels Deliverer.

A. The Messiahs Mission.

B. The Messiahs Obedience.

C. The Messiahs Encouragement.

D. The Messiahs Atonement.

E. The Messiahs Invitation.

G. The Messiahs Rebuke.

III. The Prophecies of Israels Future.

A. Blessing of True Worship.

B. Sins of Israel.

C. Glory of Israel in the Kingdom.

D. Advents of the Messiah.

E. Future of Jerusalem.

F. Vengeance of God.

G. Prayer of the Remnant.

H. The Lords Answer to the Remnant.

I. Glorious Climax to History.

@ The Book Of Jeremiah:


Book Summary: A message of judgment against

Judah's moral and spiritual decay.

Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Jeremiah.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapters.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Jeremiah.

A. The call of Jeremiah.

B. The Prophecies to Judah.

C. The Prophecies to the Gentiles.

D. The Fall of Jerusalem.


Topics Include:

Part One: The Call of Jeremiah.

I. Jeremiah's Call.

II. Jeremiah's Signs.

III. Jeremiah's Assurance.


Part Two: The Prophecies of Judah.

I. The Condemnation of Judah.

A. Judah Sinned Willfully.

B. Judah to Be Judged.

C. Judah's Hyprocrisy in Worship.

D. Judah's Breach of the Covenant.

E. Judah's Revived Relationship.

F. The Drought In Judah.

G. Jeremiah's Unmarried State.

H. Sign of the Potter's House.

I. Against Judah's Kings.

J. Against Judah's False Prophets.

K. The Two Baskets of Figs.

L. The Seventy-Year Captivity.

II. The Conflicts of Jeremiah.

A. Conflict with the Nation.

B. Conflict with the False Prophets.

C. Conflict with Hananiah.

D. Conflict with Shemaiah.

III. The Future Restoration.

A. Restoration to the Land.

B. Restoration of the Nation.

C. Rebuilding of Jerusalem.

D. Reconfirming the Covenant.

IV. The Present Fall of Jerusalem.

A. Messages Before the Fall.

B. Events Before the Fall.

C. Events During the Fall.

D. Messages After the Fall.

E. Message to Baruch.

Part Three: The Prophecies to the Gentiles.

I. Prophecies Against Egypt.

II. Prophecies Against Philistic.

III. Prophecies Against Moab.

IV. Prophecies Against Ammon.

V. Prophecies Against Edom.

VI. Prophecies Against Damascus.

VII. Prophecies Against Kedar.

VIII. Prophecies Against Elam.

IX. Prophecies Against Babylon.

Part Four: The Fall of Jerusalem.

I. The Capture of Jerusalem.

II. The Destruction of Jerusalem.

III. The exile to Babylon.

IV. The Liberation of Jehoiachin.


@ The Book Of Lamentations.

Book Summary: Jeremiahs five poems of lament

over fallen Jerusalem.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys To Lamentations.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship, Date, and Historical Setting.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.

E. Survey of Lamentations.

1. The Destruction of Jerusalem.

2. The Anger of God.

3. The Prayer for Mercy.

4. The Siege of Jerusalem.

5. The Prayer for Restoration.



Topics Include:

I. The Destruction of Jerusalem.

A. The Lament of the Prophet Jeremiah.

B. The Lament of the City Jerusalem.

II. The Anger of God.

A. The Anger of God.

B. The Agony of Jerusalem.

C. The Appeal of Jerusalem.

III. The Prayer for Mercy.

A. Jermiah's Cry of Despair.

B. Jeremiah's Confession of Faith.

C. Jeremiah's Condition of Need.

D. Jeremiah's Confidence in God.

IV. The Siege of Jerusalem.

A. The Condition During the Siege.

B. The Cause of the Siege.

C. The Consequences of the Siege.

V. The Prayer for Restoration.

A. The reveiw of the need for Restoration.

B. The Repentance of Sin.

C. The Request for Restoration.

@ The Book Of Ezekiel.


Book Summary: A prophecy of judgment

during the Babylonian Captivity.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys To Ezekiel.

1. Key Word.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship, Date, and Historical Setting.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.

E. Survey of Ezekiel.

1. The Commission of Ezekiel.

2. The Judgment on Judah.

3. The Judgment on the Gentiles.

4. The Restoration of Israel.

Topics Include.

Part one: The Commission of Ezekiel.

I. Ezekiel Sees the Glory of God.

A. Time of the Vision.

B. The Four Living Creatures.

C. The Four Wheels.

D. The Firmament.

E. The Appearance of a Man.

II. Ezekiel Is Commissioned.

Part two: Judgment on Judah.

I. Four Signs of Coming Judgment.

A. Sign of The Clay Tablet.

B. Sign of Ezekiels Lying on His Side.

C. Sign of Defiled Bread.

D. Sign of the Razor and Hair.

E. Explanation of the Signs.

II. Two Messages of Coming Judgment.

A. Destruction Because of Idolatry.

B. Description of the Babylonian Conquest.

III. Four-Part vision of Coming Judgment.

A. Vision of the Glory of God.

B. Vision of the abominations in the Temple.

C. Vision of the Slaying in Jerusalem.

D. Departures of the Glory of God.

E. Vision of the Wheels and Cherubim.

F. Vision of the Twenty-five Rulers.

G. Promise of Restoration.

H. Departure of the Glory of God.

IV. Signs, Parable, and Judgment.

A. Sign of belongings for Removing.

B. Sign of Trembling.

C. Message Against the False Prophets.

D. Message Against the Elders.

E. Parable of the Vine.

F. Parable of Israels Marriage.

G. Parable of the Two Eagles.

H. Message of Personal Judgment.

I. Lament for the princes of Israel.

J. Parable of the Withered Vine.

K. Message of Judgment on Jerusalem.

Part Three: Judgment on Gentiles.

I. Judgment on Ammon.

II. Judgment on Moab.

III. Judgment on Edom.

IV. Judgment on Philistia.

V. Judgment on Tyre.

VI. Judgment on Sidon.

VII. Judgment on Egypt.

Part Four: Restoration of Israel.

I. The Return of Israel to the Land.

A. Ezekiel Appointed Watchman.

B. The Message to the Shepherds.

C. The Judgment of Edom.

D. The Prophexies Concerning Israel.

E. Prophecies Concerning Gog and Magog.

II. The Restoration of Israel.

A. The New Temple.

B. The New Wordhip.

C. The New Land.

@ The Book of Daniel.


Book Summary: A book of prophecy about

the end time.


Special Features Include.

A. Keys to Daniel.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Daniel.

1. The Personal History of Daniel.

2. The Prophetic Plan for the Gentiles.

3. The Prophetic Plan for Israel.



Topics Include.

Part One:

The Personal History of Daniel.

I. The Deportation of Daniel to Babylon.

II. The Faithfulness of Daniel in Babylon.

III. The Reputation of Daniel in Babylon.

Part Two: The Prophetic Plan for the Gentiles.

I. Nebuchadnezzars Dream.

A. Nebuchadnezzar Conceals His Dream.

B. God Reveals the Dream.

C. Daniel Interprets the Dream.

D. Nebuchadnezzar Promotes Daniel.

II. Nebuchadnezzars Image of Gold.

A. Nebuchadnezzars Image Is Erected.

B. Daniels friends Refuse to Worship.

C. Daniels Friends Trust God.

D. Daniels Friends Are Protected.

E. Daniels Friends Are Promoted.

III. Nebuchadnezzars Vision of a Great Tree.

A. Nebuchadnezzars Proclamation.

B. Nebuchadnezzars Vision.

C. Daniels Interpretation of the Vision.

D. Nebuchadnezzars Humiliation.

E. Nebuchadnezzars Restoration.

IV. Belshazzar and the Writing on the Wall.

A. Belshzzar Defiles the Temple Vessels.

B. Belshazzar Sees the Handwriting.

C. Daniel Interprets the Handwriting.

D. Belshazzar Is Killed.

V. Darius' Foolish Decree.

A. Daniel is Promoted.

B. Darius Signs the Foolish Decree.

C. Daniel Prays Faithfully.

D. Daniel is Saved in the Lions Den.

E. Darius's Wise Decree.

VI. Daniels Vision of the Four Beasts.

A. The Revelation of the Vision.

B. The Interpretation of the Vision.

Part Three: The Prophetic Plan for Israel.

I. Daniels Vision of the Ram and Male Goat.

A. The Revelation of the Vision.

B. The Length of the Vision.

C. The Interpretation of the vision.

II. Daniels Vision of the Seventy Weeks.

A. The Understanding of Daniel.

B. The Intercession of Daniel.

C. The Intervention of Gabriel.

D. The Revelation of the Seventy Weeks.

III. Daniels Vision of Israels Future.

A. The Preparation of Daniel.

B. The Revelation of the Sixty-nine Weeks.

C. The Revelation of the Seventeenth Week.

D. Conclusion.

@ The Book of Hosea:

Book Summary: A message of Israels condemnation

followed by Gods Forgiveness.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys to The Book of Hosea.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Questions-Answers:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Hosea.

1. The Adulterous Wife and Faithful husband.

2. The Adulterous Israel and Faithful Lord.


Topics Include:

I. Adulterous Wife and Faithful Husband.

A. The Introduction to the Book of Hosea.

B. The Marriage of Hosea to Gomer.

C. The Application of Gomers Adultery.

D. The Restoration of Gomer to Hosea.

II. The Adulterous Israel and Faithful Lord.

A. The Spiritual Adultery of Israel.

B. The Refusal of Israel to repent.

C. The Judgment of Israel by God.:

D. The Restoration Of Israel:

@ The Book of Joel.

Book Summary: A prediction of foreign invasion as

a form of judgment by God.


Special Feature Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Joel.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapeters.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Joel.

1. The Day of the Lord in Retrospect.

2. The Day of the Lord in Prospect.


Topics Include:

I. The Day of the Lord in Retrospect.

A. The Past Day of the Locust.

B. The Past Day of the Drought.

II. The Day of the Lord in Prospect.

A. The Imminent Day of the Lord.

B. The Ultimate Day of the Lord.

@ The Book of Amos.

Book Summary: A prophecy of eight

prenouncements of judgment

against Israel.

Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Amos.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Questions-Answers:

B. Authorship, Date and Historical Setting.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.

E. Survey of Amos.

1. The Eight Prophecies.

2. The Three Sermons.

3. The Five Visions.

4. The Five Promises.

Topics Include:

I. Introduction to Amos.

II. The Eight Judgments.

A. Judgment on Damascus.

B. Judgment on Gaza.

C. Judgment on Tyre.

D. Judgment on Edom.

E. Judgment on Ammon.

F. Judgment on Moab.

G. Judgment on Judah.

H. Judgment on Israel.

III. The Three Sermons of Judgment.

A. The First Sermon: Israels Present.

B. The Second Sermon: Israels Past.

C. The Third Sermon: Israels Future.

IV. The Five Visions of Judgment.

A. Vision of the Locust.

B. Vision of the Fire.

C. Vision of the Plumb Line.

D. Opposition of Amazaih.

E. Vision of Summer Fruit.

F. Vision of Stricken Doorposts.

V. The Five Promises of the Restoration.

@ The Book of Obadiah:


Book Summary: A prophesy of the destruction

of Edom.



Special Features Include.

A. Keys to Obadiah.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Survey of Obadiah.

1. The Judgement of Edom.

2. The Restoration of Israel.


Topics Include.

I. The predictions of Judgment on Edom.

II. The Reasons for Judgment on Edom.

III. The Results of the Judgment of Edom.

IV. The Possession of Edom by Israel.

@ The Book of Jonah.

Book Summary: A reluctant prophet who

led Nineveh to repentence.

Special Features Include:

A. Keys To The Book of Jonah.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Jonah.

1. The First Commission of Jonah.

2. The Second Commission Of Jonah.



Topics Include:

A. The Disobedience to the First Call.

B. The Judgment on Jonah is Exacted.

C. The Prayer of Jonah.

D. The Deliverance of Jonah.

II. The Second Commission of Jonah.

A. The Obedience to the Second Call.

B. The Judgment of Nineveh Averted.

C. The Prayer of Jonah.

D. The Rebuke of Jonah by God.

@ The Book of Micah:

Book Summary: A prediction of judgment

and a promise of messianic

restoration.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the book of Micah.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Survey of Micah.

1. The Prediction of Judgment.

2. The Prediction of Restoration

3. The Plea for Repentance.



Topics Include:

I. The Prediction of Judgment.

A. Introduction to the Book of Micah.

B. The Judgment on the People.

C. The Judgment on the Leadership.

II. The Prediction of Restoration.

A. The Promise of the Coming Kingdom.

B. The Promise of the Coming Captivities.

C. The Promise of the Coming King.

III. The Plea for Repentance.

A. The First Plea of God.

B. The Second Plea of God.

C. The Promise of Final Salvation.

@ The Book of Nahum:

Book Summary: A prophecy of the destruction

of Nineveh.

Special features Include:

A. Keys to the book of Nahum.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Survey of Nahum.

1. The Destruction of Nineveh Is Decreed.

2. The Destruction of Niveveh is Described.

3. The Destruction of Niveveh is Deserved.


Topics Include.

I. The Destruction of Nineveh Is Decreed.

A. General Principles of Judgment.

B. The Destruction of Nineveh.

II. The Destruction of Nineveh Is Described.

A. The Call to Battle.

B. The Destruction of Nineveh.

III. The Destruction of Nineveh Is Deserved.

A. Reasons.

B. Inevitability.

@ The Book of Habakkuk:

Book Summary: A prophet who questioned

God and praised his approaching

judgment against Judah.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys to The Book of Habakkuk.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Theological contribution.

D. Special Consideration.

E. Survey of Habakkuk.

1. The Problems of Habakkuk.

2. The Praise of Habakkuk.

Topics Include:

I. The Problems of Habakkuk.

A. The First Problem of Habakkuk.

B. Gods First Reply.

C. The Second Problem of Habakkuk.

D. God's Second Reply.

II. The Praise of Habakkuk.

A. Habakkuk Prays for Gods Mercy.

B. Habakkuk Remember God's Mercy.

1. The Glory of the Person of God.

2. The Power of the Saving Acts of God.

C. Habakkuk Trusts in God's Salvation.

@ The Book of Zephaniah:


Book Summary: A prediction of destructive

judgment followed by tremendous

blessing.



Special Features Include:

A. Key to The Book of Zephaniah.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Survey of Zephaniah.

1. The Judgment in the Day of the Lord.

2. The Salvation in the Day of the Lord.



Topics Include:

I. The Judgment in the Day of the Lord.

A. The Judgment on the Whole Earth.

B. The Judgment on the Nation of Judah.

C. The Judgment on the nations Surrounding Judah.

D. The Judgment on Jerusalem.

E. The Judgment on the Whole Earth.

II. The Salvation in the Day of the Lord.

A. The Promise of Conversion.

B. The Promise of Restoration.

@ The Book of Haggai:

Book Summary: A Call To rebuild The Temple.

Special Features Include:

A. Keys to the Book of Haggai.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Questions-Answers:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Haggai.

1. The Completion of the Latter Temple.

2. The Glory of the Latter Temple.

3. The Present Blessings of Obedience.

4. The Future Blessings of Promise.

Topics Include:

I. The Completion of the Latter Temple.

II. The Glory of the Latter Temple.

III. The present Blessings of Obedience.

IV. The Future Blessing Through Promise.

A. The Future Destruction of the Nations.

B. The Future Recognition of Zerubbal.

@ The Book of Zechariah.

Book Summary: A messianic prophecy calling for

the completion of the Temple.


Special Features Include:

A. Keys to The Book of Zechariah.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

|a|. Subject-Questions-Answers:

B. Authorship, Date, and Historical Setting.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Consideration.

E. Survey of Zechariah.

1. The Eight Visions.

2. The Four Messages.

3. The Two Burdens.

Topics Include.

I. The Call to Repentance.

II. The Eight Visions of Zechariah.

A. The Horses Among the Myrtle Trees.

B. The Four Horns and Four Craftsment.

C. The Man With the Measuring Line.

D. The Cleansing of Joshua.

E. The Golden Lampstand and Olive Trees.

F. The Flying Scroll.

G. The Woman in the Basket.

H. The Four Chariots.

III. The Crowning of Joshua.

IV. The Question of Fasting.

V. The messages of Zechariah.

A. Rebuke of Hypocrisy.

B. Repent of Disobedience.

C. Restoration Israel.

D. Rejoice in Israel's Future.

VI. The Two Burdens of Zechariah.

A. The Rejection of the Messiah.

B. The reign of the Messiah.

@ The Book of Malachi.

Book Summary: A prophecy of destruction

followed by messianic blessing.

Special Features Include:

A. Keys to The Book of Malachi.

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapter.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Historical Setting.

D. Theological Contribution.

E. Special Consideration.

F. Survey of Malachi.

1. The Privilege of the Nation.

2. The Pollution of the Nation.

3. The Promise of the Nation.

Topics Include:

I. The Privilege of the Nation.

II. The Pullution of the Nation.

A. The Sin of the Priest of Israel.

B. The Sin of the People of Israel.

III. The Promises to the Nation.

A. The Book of Remembrance.

B. The Rewards of the Coming of Christ.

C. The Prophecy of the Coming of Elijah.


THE NEW TESTAMENT:

@ The Gospel Of Matthew:

Book Summary: Christ is presented as the

teacher greater than Moses.



Special Features Include:

A. Keys To Matthew:

1. Key Words.

2. Key Verses.

3. Key Chapters.

4. Curriculum Design Supplement:

B. Authorship and Date.

C. Theological Contribution.

D. Special Considerations.

E. Survey of Matthew:

1. The Presentation of the King.

2. The Proclamation of the King.

3. The Power of the King.

4. The Progressive Rejection of the King.

5. The Preparation of the Kings Disciples.

6. The Presentation and Rejection of the King.

7. The Proof of the King.

Topics Include:

Part one: The Presentation of the King.

I. The Advent of the King.

A. Genealogy of Christ.

B. Birth of Christ.

C. Visit of Wise Men.

D. Flight into Egypt.

E. Herod Kills the Children.

F. Jesus Returns to Nazareth.

II. The Announcer of the King.

A. The Person Of John the Baptist.

B. The Preaching of John the Baptist.

III. The Approval of the King.

A. Baptism of Jesus.

B. Temptation of Jesus.

Part Two: The Proclamation of the King.

I. The Background for the Sermon.

A. Jesus Begins His Ministry.

B. Jesus Calls His First Disciples.

C. Jesus Ministers in Galilee.

II. The Sermon on the Mount.

A. The Subjects of the Kingdom.

B. The Relationship of Jesus to the Law.

C. On Entering the Kingdom.

D. Response to the Sermon.

Part Three: The Power of the King.

I. The Demonstration of the Kings Power.

A. Miracles of Healing.

B. Demand of Discipleship.

C. Miracles of Power.

D. Distincti
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