Genesis

  • 430

    The End of the Old Testament: Malachi 1

    The End of the Old Testament: Malachi 1
    In this period, the walls are completed. People settle in Jerusalem. Nehemiah restores the rule and lastly, Malachi gives last words to people
  • 430

    The End of the Old Testament: Key questions

    God started sending message of hope and giving hints about returning Christ which is Jesus by Zechariah. Lastly, God gives his people laws that should be kept before and after Jesus comes by Malachi.
  • 537

    The Restoration: Ezra 2

    The Restoration: Ezra 2
    Ezra was the prophet during the period of restoration. King Nebuchadnezzar died in 562, and Babylon was overthrown by Persia in 539.
  • 537

    The Restoration: Key questions 1

  • 537

    The Restoration: Key questions 2

  • 537

    The Restoration: Key questions 3

    4.The Third Wave of Exiles Return- Nehemia led the third wave of people in 444 B.C. They started to rebuild the wall. Sanballat tried to turn the local officials against Nehemiah by threatening to report to the king of Persia. He also was in danger of execution because he showed sorrow in front of king.
  • 538

    The Exile: Daniel 1

    The Exile: Daniel 1
    Daniel was the first captive taken to the Babylon and see the first exiles. In this period, King Nebuchadnezzar II ruled the Babylon.
  • 538

    The Exile: Key Questions 1

  • 538

    The Exile: Key questions 2

  • Period: Jan 1, 739 to Dec 31, 863

    Unit 7

  • Mar 3, 739

    The Southern Kingdom: Isaiah 1

    The Southern Kingdom: Isaiah 1
    Judah began in about 739 B.C. It ended in about 835 B.C. Judah was sandwiched between Egypt and Assyria. Hezekiah was the only faithful king of the period of the Southern Kingdom. Because of him, God saved Judah from the Assyrians. He made a big difference.
  • Mar 3, 739

    The Southern Kingdom: Key questions 1

    Isaiah- He lived in 739 B.C. He warned the people because Southern Kingdom was also headed for the same direction as the Northern Kingdom. He also told the people that God wanted sincere faith and devotion. He was a tragic man who had to see Judah corrupt slowly.
    Jeremiah- He lived in 627 B.C. He was selected to warn not only the kingdom but the whole nation about God's judgement of sin. When he was selected, he thought that he was "too young" but God promised him to be always with him.
  • Mar 3, 739

    The Southern Kingdom: Key questions 2

    Micah- He lived in 735 B.C. He told people that God loved us but he hated the sins. He and Isaiah lived in same time but Micah was doing his job while Isaiah was enjoying his prosperity.
    Zephaniah- He lived in 638 B.C. He helped fan the flames of the revival by warning the judgment of God on sins. He kind of followed what Josiah did. After 12 years of Joshiah's death, Judah was exiled.
  • Mar 3, 739

    The Southern Kingdom: Key questions 3

    Nahum- He lived in 697 B.C. He was a phropet to Ninevah. He proclaimed God's anger toward Assyria's evil doings. He shows that God is slow to anger, giving the sinners the chance to ask for forgiveness.
    Habakkuk- He lived in 625 B.C. He prophesied during the fall of Assyria and the Babylon invasion of Judah. He asked questions to God. Then, God showed miracles such as fall of Assyria, fall of Egypt, rise of Babylons, and their own kingdom, Judah.
  • Mar 3, 739

    The Southern Kingdom: Key questions 4

    Joel- He lived in 835 B.C. He told people of warning but also a message of hope. He was a son of Petheul. He also foreshadows the "Day of the LORD." He urges people to turn away from their sin and turn back to God.
    Judah was conquered by Babylon. The king of Babylon destroyed the temple. The king were gone, people were removed, and the temple was destroyed. Yet, God was with them because King Hezekiah remained faithful so Judah was able to come with different outcome.
  • Feb 2, 863

    The Northern Kingdom: 1 Kings 17

    The Northern Kingdom: 1 Kings 17
    Prophet Elijah comes up in 863 B.C. and Prophet Hosea comes up in 753 B.C. So we could predict that Northern Kingdom begins in about 863 B.C. and ends in about 753 B.C. After Solomon died, people refused to accept Rehoboam as a king. For the first 60 years, the kings of Juda tried to re-establish their authority over the northern kingdom.
  • Feb 2, 863

    The Northern Kingdom: Key questions 1

    Elijah- He lived in 863 B.C. He challenged the people to take a stand before what they had believed in (God or idoltary). God had shown miracles such as fire and his own voice.
    Elisha- He lived in 858 B.C. He showed Naaman that by humbly obeying God, he will recieve blessing from God. Naaman washed his body in Jordan river even though he was a very proud man of himself. He also refused to take Naaman's money after the incedent.
  • Feb 2, 863

    The Northern Kingdom: Key questions 2

    Jonah- He lived in 760 B.C. He was sent to Nineveh to warn them that God had been really mad for their evil plots against God, cruelty in war, idoltary, and other sins. He was once swollen by big fish because he disobeyed God. Yet, he understood his sin and thanked God for saving him, living in a big fish.
  • Feb 2, 863

    The Northern Kingdom: Key questions 3

    Amos- He lived in 766 B.C. Amos was sent to Israel to tell people that God wanted them to be right with him and sin to go away. He was a layperson in Tekoa and he was the one who spread the "plumb line."
    Hosea- He lived in 753 B.C. He was chosen to marry a woman with different religion and set an example of tragedy when sin happens. He showed the Northern Kingdom, not obeying the God.
  • Feb 2, 863

    The Northern Kingdom: Key questions 4

    Assyrian Empire conquered the Northern Kingdom. The God allowed it to happen because he warned them overtime but they did not listen to him. The people of Israel resettled but they were hated by the Jews.
  • Jan 1, 931

    The Kingdom Divides: 1 Kings 12-13

    The Kingdom Divides: 1 Kings 12-13
    After Solomon's death, kingdom divided. Each kingdom gets punishment for having such evil kings. God sends Elijah to confront their sins.
  • Jan 1, 931

    The Kingdom Divides: Key questions

    The kingdoms divided because of Solomon's death. Jeroboam ruled over the Northern Kingdom, Israel. On the other hand, Rehoboam ruled over the Southern Kingdom, Judah.
  • Period: Jan 1, 931 to Dec 31, 1043

    Samuel, King, Chronicles

  • Apr 4, 970

    King Solomon's Reign: 1 King 1

    King Solomon's Reign: 1 King 1
    Solomon was annointed as a king after David. He asked God for wisdom. He later struggles through his sin by not listening to God's order.
  • Apr 4, 970

    King Solomon's Reign: Key questions (1)

  • Apr 4, 970

    King Solomon's Reign: Key questions (2)

  • Mar 3, 1003

    King David's Reign: 2 Samuel 5

    King David's Reign: 2 Samuel 5
    It happened in 1003 B.C. David was annointed as a king for 3 times. He finally became a King. He finally ruled all of Israel when he became 37 years old.
  • Mar 3, 1003

    King David's Reign: Key questions (1)

  • Mar 3, 1003

    King David's Reign: Key questions (2)

  • Period: Jan 1, 1010 to Dec 31, 1100

    1 Samuel

  • Feb 2, 1024

    David's Early Years: 1 Samuel 16

    David's Early Years: 1 Samuel 16
    It happened in about 1024 B.C. David once defeated Goliath. He was a strong-hearted person and had great love and trust in God. He was also kind enough to let Saul live even though he had a chance to kill him.
  • Feb 2, 1024

    David's Early Years: Key questions

  • Jan 1, 1043

    King Saul's reign:1 Saul 10

    King Saul's reign:1 Saul 10
    I happened in 1043 B.C. People wanted a king to rule over them so God annointed Saul as a king. He was not only crowned but he was also annointed which means he became religiously the representive for God.
  • Jan 1, 1043

    King Saul's reign: Key questions

  • Period: Jan 1, 1075 to Feb 17, 1374

    Judges

  • Mar 3, 1075

    The Period of Judges End: Judges 16

    The Period of Judges End: Judges 16
    It started in about 1075 B.C. People started to lose faith in God. They started to believe in idols from other countries.
  • Mar 3, 1075

    The Period of Judges End: Key questions

    This is becaus people completely lost faith in God and made lots of sins. They believed in foreign gods and completely forgot about God. The end was worse than the beginning.
  • Jan 1, 1100

    Samuel's Birth & Call from God: 1 Samuel 1-7

    Samuel's Birth & Call from God: 1 Samuel 1-7
    It started in about 1100 B.C. Hannah desperately wanted a child so she promised God that if he gives her a child, then she would make him serve the Lord. The child was given and she had to send Samuel to Eli.
  • Jan 1, 1100

    Samuel's Birth & Call from God: Key questions

    a. I learned that I should never make a promise with God that I cannot keep. Hannah had to send her son away because she had a bargain with the God. It would have been very painful for her.
    b. God did not appear in front of him but used his voice to call upon him.
    c. The Lord continued to appear at Shiloh and he revealed himself through his voices. I should be prepared when God calls upon me and ready to answer his questions like Samuel did.
  • Jan 1, 1140

    Ruth Meets and Marries Boaz: Ruth 1-4

    Ruth Meets and Marries Boaz: Ruth 1-4
    It starts in about 1140 B.C. Ruth followed her mom, Naomi. While working in Boaz's field, they meet together and fall in love with eachother. Finally, they get married.
  • Jan 1, 1140

    Ruth Meets and Marries Boaz: Key questions

    a. Ruth was Moabitess but she believed in God and God accepted her as his child.
    b. The kinsman-redeemer is a male relative who was allowed to help other relatives who were in trouble.
    c. God helps us when we are in trouble and we are his child so we are part of his family.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1140 to Dec 31, 1140

    Ruth

  • Feb 2, 1169

    Gideon: Judges 6-8

    Gideon: Judges 6-8
    It started in about 1169 B.C. Gideon was asked by God to deliver Israelites. Yet, he had a doubt on himself and the God. Yet, God kept telling him that he would be next to him. Still having doubt, Gideon managed to follow God's instruction and win the war with his small army.
  • Feb 2, 1169

    Gideon: Key questions

    I learnt that I should never be afraid to do what God had told me to do so. This is because I know that God will be beside me and he will protect me whatever may happen. I should never hesitate and have doubt like Gideon did.
  • Jan 1, 1374

    The Period of Judges Begin: Judges 1

    The Period of Judges Begin: Judges 1
    It probably started at 1374. Moses dies before reaching Canaan. Once the 12 tribes of the Hebrews reach the promised land, they realize that they need leaders to guide them in battle. They named their leaders, Judges.
  • Jan 1, 1374

    The Period of Judges Begin: Key questions

    a. When the Judge dies, people lose faith in God and make a rebellion. God sends them trouble such as being overrun by the enemy nation. Then, God sends deliverer and people once again believe in God.
    b. People lose faith in God and create sins. Then, Jesus, the deliverer, would come and wash away our sin. Finally, people would once again believe and remain loyal to God.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1375 to Dec 31, 1406

    Joshua

  • Mar 3, 1375

    Joshua's FarewelL & Death: Joshua 23-24

    Joshua's FarewelL & Death: Joshua 23-24
    Israel finally settle in Canaan and the land is divided among eleven tribes of Israel. And later, Joshua dies, telling his people to fear and serve the Lord.
  • Mar 3, 1375

    Joshua's Farewell & Death: Key Questions

    Joshua told his people to fear and serve the God in sincerity and put away the other fake Gods because he was afraid that after his death, Israelites might serve and obey fake idols.
  • Jan 1, 1406

    Moses' Final Sermon, Death & New Leadership: Deutronomy 31-34

    Moses' Final Sermon, Death & New Leadership: Deutronomy 31-34
    Moses commissions Joshua to lead Israel. Later, in the Deutronomy 32-33, Moses give last blessing to his people. In Deutronomy 34, Moses die.
  • Jan 1, 1406

    Entering the Promised Land: Joshua 1

    Entering the Promised Land: Joshua 1
    Joshua and his people finally enter the Promised Land. Yet, they have to fight the enemies in order to finally settle in the Promised Land.
  • Jan 1, 1406

    Entering the Promised Land: Key Questions

    Israelites enter the Promised Land. It is very similar to our story because we will later enter our Promised Land which is the heaven.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1406 to Dec 31, 1407

    Deutrononmy

  • Feb 2, 1406

    Conquering the Promised Land: Joshua 6

    Conquering the Promised Land: Joshua 6
    God commanded Joshua and his army to kill all the people and destroy Jericho. He had also told Joshua that Jericho is an already lost enemy so he should not have to worry.
  • Feb 2, 1406

    Conquering the Promised Land: Key Questions

    God demanded to kill all of the people in Jericho because the Caanites held big rebellion against God so they should be destroyed to not effect the Israelites. Rahab was saved because she helped the spies and had faith in God. I think she is the one of the names listed in the lineage of Jesus because even though she lived in the city which held rebellion against God, she had not failed to have faith in God.
  • Jan 1, 1407

    Moses' Final Sermon, Death& New Leadership: Key Questions

    Moses warned his people that they had to listen to God by explaining what God would do in the future in his final sermon. Moses could not enter the Promised Land because Moses disobeyed God. Joshua was the new chosen leader because of his faith and courage.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1407 to Dec 31, 1445

    Numbers

  • Mar 3, 1407

    Moses' Reminders& Second Giving of the Law: Numbers 26

    Moses' Reminders& Second Giving of the Law: Numbers 26
    Moses took the second census of the people. Also, before Israelites go to the Promised Land, Moses reminded his people what God had done for them and they should always remember that.
  • Mar 3, 1407

    Moses' Reminders& Second Giving of the Law

    It was important to remind the Israelites about God's faithfulness, provision, and the laws God gave them before the Promised Land because they should not lose their faith just because they had reached the Promised Land. I think that they should be always be grateful and never lose their faith and trust in God.
  • Jan 1, 1445

    Offering/ Sacrifices& The Day of Atonement: Leviticus 1-16

    Offering/ Sacrifices& The Day of Atonement: Leviticus 1-16
    Day of Atonement is the holiest day of the year for the Jewish People. The Day of Atonement foreshadows the Good Friday. Leviticus 16 shows that Jesus would complete for his people. It is the high point of the book.
  • Jan 1, 1445

    Offerings/Sacrifices& The Day of Atonement : Key Questions

    God's people had offer the sacrifices to atone their sin. The Day of Atonement is the day where people rest and make sacrifices for God. We don't have to make animal sacrifices anymore because God forgave us due to Jesus' sacrifice.
  • Jan 1, 1445

    The First Census: Numbers 1-6

    The First Census: Numbers 1-6
    Israel prepares to break camp at Sinai. God ordered Moses to list the census of the whole Israelites family. He wanted to make an army to bring back the Promised Land
  • Period: Jan 1, 1445 to

    Exodus

  • Period: Jan 1, 1445 to Dec 31, 1445

    Leviticus

  • Feb 2, 1445

    Festival/Feasts: Leviticus 23

    Festival/Feasts: Leviticus 23
    God ordered Moses that he will appoint the festivals and these festivals would be sacred assemblies. There were about 7 festivals.
  • Feb 2, 1445

    Festivals/Feasts: Key Questions

    7 feasts were commanded by God. He wanted his people to remember what he had done for his people and celebrate the day.
  • Feb 2, 1445

    The Spies: Numbers 13

    The Spies: Numbers 13
    There were 12 spies. God ordered these people to explore Cannan secretly to earn some informations. After they came back, only two of the people said that they could win the war because of the God. Others disagreed.
  • Feb 2, 1445

    The Spies: Key Questions

    Each of the tribe of Israelites were sent to Cannan as spies. They were sent to examine the Cannan to see what the weather and the land is like and how strong people are. Only two, Joshua and Celeb said that they could win the war. Others disagreed, believing that they were too small to win the army of Cannan. God were very mad at spies who disagreed and the consquences made by him was that the spies excpet Joshua and Celeb would not be able to reach the Promised Land and have to wander forever.
  • Jan 1, 1446

    Moses' Call from God to Lead God's People: Exodus 3-6

    Moses' Call from God to Lead God's People: Exodus 3-6
    Moses shepherded sheep for 40 years which shows that Moses gave up on God's calling. Yet, God didn't give up on him and gave him the mission to free his people. What most interests me is that Moses shephered people from the Egypt which shows that it was meant to be.
  • Jan 1, 1446

    Moses' Call from God to Lead God's People: Key Questions

    a) Moses was in the Land of Median, flocking the sheeps in the west side of wilderness.
    b) Angel of the God made an appearance at the flame of the bushes.
    c) At first, Moses were unsure because he was afraid that the Israelites might not follow him. Yet later, he began to trust the God and stopped questioning and doubting on God.
  • Feb 2, 1446

    The Plagues: Exodus 7-12

    The Plagues: Exodus 7-12
    The Pharaoh refused to release Israelites. So God gave 10 punishiment to Egypt. This is called the Plagues. Some plaques such as water turning in to blood was imitated by the magicians of Egypt. So the Pharaoh didn't believe in God.
  • Feb 2, 1446

    The Plagues: Key Questions

    a) There were total of 10 plagues. The Plagues happened because the Pharaoh refused to free God's people so God had to give him punishment until he release his people.
    b) The last plague was the death of the first-born of the family and the animals. After Pharaoh's son died, he finally released Israelites.
  • Mar 3, 1446

    The Passover: Exodus 13-18

    The Passover: Exodus 13-18
    Passover is the Jewish festival which is existed to remember the day when the Israelites were free from the Egypt. I think this day is existant not only to remember this day but to be always be thankful to God for what he had done to help us.
  • Mar 3, 1446

    The Passover: Key Questions

    Passover is the holiday for Israelites to celebrate. God commanded his people to celebrate Passover because he wanted his people to remeber how He dielivered them from their slavery to the Egyptians. Matzo bread and the wine from the Passover table is representing the body and blood the Jesus from the Last Supper.
  • Apr 4, 1446

    The Red Sea Crossing& God's Provision in the Desert: Exodus 19

    The Red Sea Crossing& God's Provision in the Desert: Exodus 19
    The Pharaoh changed his mind and went after the Israelites. The Israelites were stuck between the soldiers of the Egypt and the Red Sea. People started to lose hope until God divided the Red Sea into the half, making Moses and his people to go over it.
  • Apr 4, 1446

    The Red Crossing & God's Provision in the Desert: Key Questions

    Moses led about 600,000 people out of the Egypt. The God purposely led his people to Red Sea to show his power to the Pharaoh. The God made the fire storm to scare the horses and the soldiers. Most importantly, he divide the Red River into two so his people could cross over it.
  • May 5, 1446

    The Ten Commandments: Exodus 20

    The Ten Commandments: Exodus 20
    Moses went up to Mountain Sinai and stayed there for 40 days and 40 nights. Later, God gave him 2 tables of stones. However, before the full 40 days, Israelites thought that something happened to Moses which made them obey golden statues.
  • May 5, 1446

    The 10 Commandments: Key Questions

    He was on the top of the Horeb which is also called the Mountain Sinai. The 10 Commandments is existed because of 3 reasons. First, he wanted his people to promote the good and hinder evil. Second, he wanted his people to know that they need God's help. Lastly, he wanted to teach his people how to love himself and each other.
  • Jun 6, 1446

    The Tabernacle: Exodus 25-31

    The Tabernacle: Exodus 25-31
    Aaron became the first high priest, who interceded for the people at the tabernacle. God ordered Moses to build a tabernacle so he could dweell in the middle of his chosen people.
  • Jun 6, 1446

    The Tabernacle: Key Questions

    The Tabernacle is the portable dwelling place for God to dwell in the middle of His chosen people. The sacrifice made in the Tabernacle represents the Jesus.
  • Period: to

    Genesis

  • Joseph: Genesis 37-50

    Joseph: Genesis 37-50
    In Genesis 37, Joseph gets betrayed by his own brothers and is sent to the Egypt. As a slave, he goes through harsh sufferings, even to jail. However, he manages to make it through and keeps believing in God. Later, he gets gift of interpreting the dreams and becomes the govenor.
  • Joseph: Key questions

    Going to a jail helped Joseph to meet the baker and the drink server and interpret their dreams. Later, the drink server tells the pharaoh that there is a person who can interpret his dreams. Later, he meets the pharaoh and he believes that Joseph should be in charge of all of the land of Egypt. I think getting betrayed by his brothers, getting abondaned by his master, and going to the jail helped him to be this successful.
  • Job’s Story – Affliction & Restoration: Job 1-42

    Job’s Story – Affliction & Restoration: Job 1-42
    It happens in about 2011 B.C. Job was a very rich farmer. However, Satan wanted to test him so Job lost his family and his belongings. His wife told him to give up but he did not lose faith in God. In the end, he managed to keep faith in God and earned more than before.
  • Job’s Story – Affliction & Restoration: Key questions

    a. Job was very rich farmer but Satan tested him. People around him said that he should lose in faith in God and be free from Satan. Yet, he endured and God gave him more than before.
    b. I would tell him that this situation will pass by eventually and God is always next to him. Most importantly, I would tell him never to lose faith in God.
  • Period: to

    Job

  • Jacob:Genesis 25-35

    Jacob:Genesis 25-35
    Jacob was born at 2025B.C. Yet, I want to talk about an event that happened at 1929B.C. Jacob recieves Isaac's blessings instead of Esau and runs away from him, feeling afraid that Esau might take a revenge on him. In 1906B.C., Jacob meets Esau and prepares him a lot of gifts. Gladly, Esau had already forgive Jacob and gives blessings to him, hoping that his little brother would be blessed by the God.
  • Jacob: Key questions

    Jacob decieved his God by getting blessing for Esau by tricking his own father, Isaac. Later, Jacob gets tricked by his own sons. In Genesis 37, his sons get jelous by their own brother, Joseph and sell him as a slave in Egypth. After that incident, they told Jacob that there were an accident and Joseph was killed. Obviously, Jacob gets tricked like the same way his father did.
  • Isaac:Genesis 21-26

    Isaac:Genesis 21-26
    This chapter takes place in 2066B.C. Isaac was born at this year.
    However, I want to talke about Genesis 22 which talks about Isaac's offering. God told Abraham to sacrifice Isaac in the land of Morriah. After they reached the land of Morriah, Abraham tells Isaac the truth. However, Isaac did not hesitate to sacrifice himself. The God tells them that this was a part of test and they would be greatly blessed with God's blessings.
  • Isaac: Key questions

    In Genesis 25:21, Isaac prayed to Lord that please let his wife to bear a baby. So finally, Rebekah got pregnant. Surprisingly, she bore a twin by God's power. Isaac's prayer showed me that God would answer to these prayers if these prayers are from his people and is very sincere. I think the God gave Isaac two sons eventhough he only asked for a child because God loves his people and want to give the best gifts for them.
  • Abraham: Genesis 12-25

    Abraham: Genesis 12-25
    This chapter happens at 2091B.C.
    God call upon Abraham who lives in Haran to go to Cannan and he promises Abraham that he will give to him and his descendents blessings. So he go to Cannan with his wife, Sarai, and his nephew, Lot.
  • Abraham: Key questions

    God told Abraham that he would find a great nation. He said that the nation would be blessed by himself. Also, he promised that other nations would be blessed by the Abraham's descendents. Also, the nation itself would be Abraham's. With these promises, Abraham did not hesitate to leave his own home and make a way into the new whole land.
  • The Tower of Babel:Genesis 11

    The Tower of Babel:Genesis 11
    This chapter happens before 2100B.C.
    The people of the earth shared the same language.
    They suddenly want to build a big and tall tower to reach the heaven.
    The God was so mad and made people share different languages so they would have trouble making the tower.
  • The Tower of Babel: Key questions

    God was so unpleased with the tower of Babel because people dared to see the heaven without his permission. Also, the people were filled with arrogance, believing that they were mightier than God. They also thought they could be greater than God if their tower was taller than heaven. Also, heavens are people who are dead and revived again with god's blessings. So they were not supposed to enter it.
  • The Flood: Genesis 6

    The Flood: Genesis 6
    It happened before 3000B.C.
    In this chapter, Noah appears.
    God found out that how wicked his people became so he tells Noah that he is going to punish them by creating a big flood.
    Noah listens to him and he makes a big ark which later, all the couples of animals enter with Noah and his family.
  • The Flood: Key questions

    Jesus was hanged on the cross to wash our sins away. In the flood, people who did not follow Noah's words which is a God's words were put to death because of the flood. What is similar here is that there is a savior who sacrifices themselves for our sins. Jesus were put to death and Noah had to make ark which were a safe place for us to stay away from the flood. I think these saviors both deliever the God's words and sacrafice themselves to protect us from the harsh punishment.
  • The Fall: Genesis 3

    The Fall: Genesis 3
    This chapter happened before 4000 B.C. but after the creation.
    Adam, Eve, a snake, and God appears in this chapter.
    Adam and Eve eat fruit from the forbidden tree by a temptation which the serpent had created.
    God became very angry and dissapointed so he gave punishment to those and made them leave the Garden of Eden.
  • The Fall: Key questions

    Adam and Eve fail to keep the promise with God and fall on the temptation. Therefore, they created a great sin by eating an apple from the forbidden tree. God gives them harsh punishments but Adam and Eve need a savior who can clear the sins out of their hands. This shows that Jesus will arrive later on to clear the sins which humans made a long time ago.
  • The Creation:Genesis 1

    The Creation:Genesis 1
    The Creation happened before 4000 B.C.
    In this chapter, only God appears.
    In day 1, God created light and seperate it from the darkness.
    In day 2, God created sky.
    In day 3, God created land and the seas by seperating them from each other.
    In day 4, God created sun, moon, and stars.
    In day 5, God created living things in the seas, lands, and sky.
    In day 6, God created one man and one woman to rule over the what he had created.
    In day 7, God finally finished making his creation and he rested.
  • The Creation: Key questions

    It means that we are very alike in physical form. It also shows that humans are more special compared to other things. Since God wanted best for us, he created our look as closely similar to his. This shows that God really cares for us and he gave lots of abilities for us. So in return, we have to believe in God and serve him as our lord. Being a Chrisitan would be the best gift which we could give to our God.