Systematic Theology 1, Lecture 3

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  1. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)

    1. To bless ________
    2.To make a great nation from his seed.
    3.To redeem that nation from the land of slavery after 400years.
    4.To give the land of Canaan to that nation.
    5.To make _______ the father of a multitude of nations.
    6. To make them as numerous as the dust of the earth andas the stars in the sky.
    7. To provide a sacrifice of atonement on the hill ofMoriah, which is Jerusalem.
    8. To establish his covenant with ________’s descendantsfor ever, and to be their God.
    9. To bless all the families of the earth through his  descendants.
    10. Not to leave his descendants until every promise is fulfilled.

    In short, as Paul says, “the promise to __________ and his   descendants was that they should inherit the world”(Romans 4.13)
    Promises to Abraham
  2. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)

    1. God blessed _______, and he became an exceptionally wealthy man (Genesis 13.2).

    2. From _________  came the 12 Patriarchs, whose children multiplied into a great nation. Judah and Israel were as many as the sand of the sea (1 Kings4.20).

    3. The Exodus event fulfilled exactly the promise to redeem them from the land of bondage (Exodus 2.23-25).
    4. The Lord “gave Israel all the land he had sworn to givetheir forefathers, and they took possession of it and settled there” (Deuteronomy 1.8; Joshua 21.43).

    5. Today, through Christ a great multitude from every tribe and people and nation worships with the faith of ________, and believes in the same promise. This is the universal Church.

    6. In Revelation 7 we hear of a great multitude which noman can number.

    7. Jesus died as the sacrifice on precisely the mount called Moriah (2 Chronicles 3.1).

    8. Through Jesus God has established an everlasting covenant with the universal Church of the redeemed.

    9. The whole world receives the offer of salvation, or divine blessing, through the gospel.

    10. God has certainly not left his people.
    Abraham's promises fullfilled
  3. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)

    “I have observed you and what has been done to you in Egypt; and promise that I will bring you upout of the afflictions of Egypt, to the land of theCanaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites,and Jebusites, a land flowing with milk and honey.”Exodus 3.17
    The Promise to Moses
  4. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)

     1. The LORD rescued us from Egypt, so he couldbring us into this land, as he had promised ourancestors (Deuteronomy 6.23).

    2. You were the weakest of all nations, but theLORD chose you because he loves you andbecause he had made a promise to yourancestors. Then with his mighty arm, herescued you from the king of Egypt, who hadmade you his slaves (Deuteronomy 7.7-8).

    3. The LORD gave the Israelites the land he hadpromised their ancestors, and they capturedit and settled in it (Joshua 21.43).

    4. I will soon die, as everyone must. But deep inyour hearts you know that the LORD has keptevery promise he ever made to you. Not oneof them has been broken. Yes, when theLORD makes a promise, he does what he haspromised (Joshua 23.14-15).
    Fulfiilled Promises to Moses
  5. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)


    To save Israel
       

    Promise - 2 Samuel 3.17-18    

    Fulfilment - 2 Sam.8.1-2, 14-15

    A son, who would rule God’shouse  

    Promise
    2 Samuel 7.12-141                                        

     Fulfilment-  Kings 8.13-15;    2 Chronicles 1.8

    A kingdom forever

    Promise 2 Samuel 7:15-16

    Fulfilment Revelation 11.15
    Promises & Fulfilment with David
  6. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)

    Wisdom and wealth
    Promise - 2 Chronicles 1:11-12Fulfilment  2 Chron.9: 22-28
    Promises & Fulfillment with Solomon
  7. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)

    This country will be as empty as a desert, because I willmake all of you the slaves of the king of Babylonia forseventy years. When that time is up, I will punish theking of Babylonia and his people for everything theyhave done wrong, and I will turn that country into awasteland forever.Jeremiah 25.11-12
    Promise to the exiles in Babylon
  8. Match Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and the Babylonian exiles with their associated promises andfulfillments. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 88–98)

     Judah was an empty desert, and it stayed that way for seventy years, to make up for all the years it was notallowed to rest.These things happened just as Jeremiah the LORD's prophet had said. In the first year that Cyrus was king of Persia, the LORD had Cyrus send a message to all parts of his kingdom. Thishappened just as Jeremiah the LORD's prophet had promised.The message said: I am King Cyrus of Persia. The LORD God of heaven has made me the ruler of every nation on earth.He has also chosen me to build a temple for him inJerusalem, which is in Judah. The LORD God will watchover any of his people who want to go back to Judah.   2 Chronicles 36.21-23
    Fulfillment to the exiles in Babylon
  9. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

    Isa.7.14     Mt.1.23
    The virgin birth
  10. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

     Isa.9:6-7     Lk.1:32
    His Davidic descent
  11. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

     Mic.5:2    Mt.2:6
    The town of Bethlehem
  12. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

    Isa.9:1-2

    Mt.4:15
    His preaching ministry in Galilee-Naphtali
  13. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

    His anointing by the Holy Spirit
    • Isa.61.1-2
    • Lk.4.18-21
  14. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

    The healing of the sick
    Isa.53:4

    Mt.8:17
  15. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

    Zech.9:9
    Mt.21:4
    His triumphant entry on an ass
  16. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

    Ps.22.18   Jn.19.24
    The argument over his garments
  17. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)

    Zech.12.10 Jn.19.37
    The piercing of his body
  18. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)


    Ps.69.21      Jn.19.28
    His thirst on the cross, vinegar to drink
  19. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)


    Ps.16.2-11 Ac.2.25,30
    His resurrection
  20. Match each promise concerning the Messiah with its Old Testament/New Testament pair of references(book, chapter & verse numbers) containing the promise and its fulfillment. (Slides 99–100)


    Christ preached to all nations
    Isa.11.10     Rom.15.12
  21. Recognize

    Father will send the Spirit
    John 14.16-17    
    The Holy Spirit as teacher
    John 14.26

    Fulfilment -Acts 1.8


    The Holy Spirit will reveal Jesus
     John 15.26-27
    Fulfilment- Acts 2.1-33

    The Spirit as power from on high
    Luke 24.49

    The Second Coming
    Acts 1.11

    Fulfilment - Pending
    the promises and their fulfillment concerning the church and the individual believer. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 101–103)
  22. Recognize

    1. The promises to you, as a believer, are the best evermade. If those made in the Old Testament were good,ours are better (Hebrews 6.6).

    2. Behind the promises of God stands the character of Godhimself. Therefore you have absolute assurance (6.13-20).

    3. You are warned by the story of those in the OldTestament who did not believe in the promises of God(3.7 - 4.2).
    the promises and their fulfillment concerning the church and the individual believer. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 101–103)
  23. Recognize

    4. You have the great privilege of looking back onredemptive history and seeing the victory that is there for those who believed the promises.They believed the promise (11.5-12)They only partially received (11.13-16)So that you may receive (11.39-40)

    5. You are told what attitude you must have, that is, offaith and patience (6.11-12).

    6. You are then, one of the most privileged beings everto exist. Not only are you born out of promise, butyou are the heir of a long heritage of promise that willsurely be fulfilled by God.
    the promises and their fulfillment concerning the church and the individual believer. (You do not need to recognize the book/chapter/verse references.) (Slides 101–103)
  24. 1. ______?_______was the return of the   Ark to Jerusalem (2 Samuel 6.14-17).

    2. This was taken a step further when Solomon  brought the ark into the temple he had built,“and the glory or the LORD filled the house ofthe LORD” (1 Kings 8.1-14).

    3. The ultimate success __________? __________was the moment the cloud of glory filled   Solomon’s temple at its official opening (2Chronicles 5.13-14).
    the primary key to the success   of the Davidic monarchy (David and Solomon’s)
  25. Recognize

    1. Presence: The glory of Yahweh filling the temple(1 Kings 8.1-14; 2 Chronicles 5.13-14).

    2. Kingdom: revealed through adoptive sonship andmessianic anointing (Psalm 2).

    3. Covenant: The “everlasting covenant” withDavid (2 Samuel 23.5).

    4. Elect community: The now large nation of Israel(1 Kings 4.20).

    5. Covenant maintenance: Temple, Music,Priesthood (1 Chronicles 15.16; 2 Chronicles7.6).

    6. Covenant benefits: Shalom (1 Kings 4.24-25).

    7. Destiny: Mission? The Queen of Sheba story.
     how the   Davidic monarchy reflects the Mosaic Architecture of relationship
  26. Recognize

    1. The Lord is Kings - Exodus/ the Davidic Monarchy

    2. The Lord will be King- Isaiah and Daniel
    the two prophetic promises of the Kingdom and where they are emphasized in the OldTestament,
  27. Recognize

    1. A repeated formula about the later kings (2 Chronicles 33:1-3)

    2. The dark night of Israel’s captivity(Psalm 137:1-9)
    the prophetic warnings  about the loss of the Kingdom.
  28. Recognize-


    Habakkuk
    - The past repeated

    Isaiah & Daniel-   The past eclipsed

    Prophetic  language
    The Day of the Lord
    The latter days
    The last days
    That day
    how the new promise of God coming again is found in prophetic language and in Habakkuk,Isaiah and Daniel. (Slides 121–124)
  29. Recognize -

    Waiting for 500 years with suchexpectations!

    The expectation was – Trivialized – Politicized - reduced
    Inter-Testamental Period’s perspective on the coming Kingdom

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