As students study daily from its pages, they will increase their understanding of prophets, covenants and ordinances, the scattering and gathering of Israel, and many other doctrines and principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Preparation Prayerfully study the following scriptures: Amos teaches that the Lord reveals his secrets to his servants the prophets.
Amos is called of God to be a prophet 7: He prophesies of the captivity and scattering of Israel 7: He prophesies that there will be a famine of hearing the word of the Lord 8: He prophesies that in the last days Israel will be established as a great and prosperous people 9: Joel 2 ; 3: Joel prophesies of the wars and calamities of the last days 2: He calls on the people to repent 2: Joel prophesies that God will bless his people in the latter days and pour out his Spirit upon them 2: If you use the second attention activity, you may want to arrange for musical accompaniment for the hymn.
You may also want to invite a class member to share briefly some recent counsel from the prophet. If possible, obtain a picture of the living prophet. Suggested Lesson Development Attention Activity You may want to use one of the following activities or one of your own to begin the lesson.
Select the activity that would be most appropriate for the class. Share the following story with class members: We lived in military housing on Long Island, New York.
2. Covenants Recorded in the Old Testament: A covenant of this general kind is said in the Old Testament to have been made by God with Noah (Genesis and elsewhere). In this the promise is that there shall be no more deluge. A covenant is made . Point out that although the Old Testament may seem to focus on topics such as covenants, prophets, repentance, the law of Moses, and commandments, there is . The Covenants and the Prophets I. INTRODUCTION TO THE COVENANTS A. The covenants are one of the central themes of the Scripture. The covenants set the context for different kinds of covenants in the Old Testament. In some covenants, God takes complete responsibility for the fulfillment of the covenant and mentions only blessings. In.
While tending our young children, I often visited with neighbors who had come from all over the country. One day as a neighbor and I were talking about our beliefs, she became curious about what was different about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
This really seemed to pique her interest, and she wanted to know what the prophet had said.
Then she got really interested. If someone asked you what the living prophet has recently said, would you be able to answer the question?Conclusion This essay has surveyed, briefly – due to space limitations – the various Covenants in the Old Testament.
Because of these space limitations It has highlighted the context, partners, duration, temporal-scriptural location and signs or sacrifices associated with each Covenant.
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF PRAYER OF KANSAS CITY – SAMUEL CLOUGH The Covenants and the Prophets PAGE!3 2. The verses in the Bible are far more literal than we think. We tend to think that the Old Testament is the “old stuff” that is passed, but the ancient covenants of the Bible are. Most covenants can be found in the Old Testament.
The five covenants that will be used in this paper are: God’s covenant with Noah, God’s covenant with Abraham, the Mosaic covenant, God’s covenant with David and the covenant of Christ also known as The New Covenant.
The Covenants and the Prophets I. INTRODUCTION TO THE COVENANTS A. The covenants are one of the central themes of the Scripture. The covenants set the context for different kinds of covenants in the Old Testament.
In some covenants, God takes complete responsibility for the fulfillment of the covenant and mentions only blessings.
In. Point out that although the Old Testament may seem to focus on topics such as covenants, prophets, repentance, the law of Moses, and commandments, there is . The Old Testament yearns for one final sacrifice that would suffice to renew the covenant once and forevermore.
Footnotes: 1 The whole context of Daniel 9 is about the .