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Sunday, February 12, 2017

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Who Made the Ark?

The person who made the Ark was Bezalel.

For more on this story, read the Book of Exodus (38:1-8) in the Holy Bible.

Moses' Serpent

When the people of Israel began to speak against God and Moses when they came out of Egypt, the Lord sent them venomous serpents. The people asked Moses to do something about it. The Lord instructed Moses to place a copper serpent on a signal pole. If any person got bitten by a serpent all he/she needed to do was to look at the copper serpent to heal. Because of its healing power, the people began to offer incense to it, disobeying the Lord God for not worshiping idols. This serpent on a pole was called Nehushtan.

So, where is this serpent now? Don't bother looking for it. It was destroyed by king Hezekiah of Judah. The king destroyed it into pieces so that the people would not worship it.

For more on this story, read the Book of Numbers (21:4-9) and the Book of 4 Kingdoms (18:4) in the Holy Bible.

The Sin of Jeroboam

Many kings of Israel that inherited the kingdom following king Solomon committed a sin. This sin caused the good Lord to punish the nation of Israel. It was the "Sin of Jeroboam". King Jeroboam was one of king Solomon's servants. He actually was put in charge of the male laborers of the "house of Joseph". Ten tribes of Israel chose Jeroboam as a king over their nation following Solomon's death. The two other tribes, Judah and Benjamin, chose Solomon's son Rehoboam as king. Thus, a division was created that split the nation of Israel into two. One was named Israel and the other was named Judah.

Now king Jeroboam fearing that his ten tribes would follow Judah, he created for Israel places for them to worship instead of Jerusalem. (Because Jerusalem was ruled by Rehoboam.) King Jeroboam made two calves made of gold and placed one in Bethel and the other in Dan. He even made a feast on "fifteen of the eight month" for his people to worship in "high places" that he also created. He appointed his own priests that were not the sons of Levi (a commandment that the Lord made for all priests to be from the tribe of Levi.) He himself went up to the high places, to Bethel and Dan and sacrificed calves to these idols.

Many kings that inherited the kingdom after Jeroboam followed his tradition of worshiping the same idols. The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob was furious with all of them and He punished the "chosen people" for it.

Friend, are you still practicing the Sin of Jeroboam? What are your idols that you have created to worship? Do you find yourself doing things in your life other than following the Lord's commandments. Many of those kings who committed the Sin of Jeroboam were actually "good people". They tried to obey the Lord, except for this one, the Sin of Jeroboam. Our God is a jealous God. He loves you and wants you to be with Him. He even has prepared for you a dwelling in heaven. Is your idol a computer, TV, a nightclub, a mistress, a bad habit, or an evil spirit, etc.? Get rid of it right now. Jesus Christ has paid the price for the Sin of Jeroboam on the cross. You are free. You just have to believe and confess it.

For more on this story, read the Book of 3 Kingdoms in the Holy Bible.

Bible Dates (The Orthodox Study Bible)

Genesis (Moses) (During Israel's forty years of wandering in the wilderness-the period between crossing the Red Sea and the entrance into Canaan)

Exodus (Moses) (During Israel's forty years of wandering in the wilderness-the period between crossing the Red Sea and the entrance into Canaan)

Leviticus (Moses) (The period during the sojourn at Mt. Sinai)

Numbers (Moses) (Following the exodus from Egypt)

Deuteronomy (Moses) (Near the end of Moses' life and before the entrance into Canaan)

Joshua (Joshua) (600 BC)

The Book of Judges (Samuel) (Three centuries after Israel entered Canaan and covers the period of these centuries)

Ruth (Unknown) (1300 BC)

The First Book of the Kingdoms (Samuel) (1070-970 BC)

The Second Book of the Kingdoms (Samuel) (971-890 BC)

The Third Book of the Kingdoms (Jeremiah) (600-550 BC)

The Fourth Book of the Kingdoms (Jeremiah and Others) (651-609)

The First Book of the Chronicles (Ezra) (450 BC)

The Second Book of the Chronicles (Ezra) ( 450 BC)

The First Book of Ezra (Uncertain) (150 BC)

The Second Book of Ezra (Ezra) (538-410 BC)

The Book of Nehemiah (Nehemiah) (445-425 BC)

The Book of Tobit (Unknown) (400-200 BC)

The Book of Judith (Unknown) (135-105 BC)

The Book of Esther (Mordecai) (450 BC)

The First Book of the Maccabees (Unknown) (104 BC)

The Second Book of the Maccabees (Unknown) (124 BC)

The Book of Psalms (David) (1000-several centuries thereafter)

The Book of Job (Unknown) (1600 BC)

The Proverbs (Solomon) (970-931 BC)

The Book of Ecclesiastes (Solomon) (935 BC)

The Song of Songs (Solomon) (965-960 BC)

The Wisdom of Solomon (Unknown) (30-10 BC)

The Wisdom of Sirach (Jesus of Sirach) (180 BC)

The Book of Hosea (Hosea) (750 BC)

The Book of Amos (Amos) (754 BC)

The Book of Micah (Micah) (Before 720 BC)

The Book of Joel (Joel) (740 BC)

The Book of Obadiah (Obadiah) (587 BC)

The Book of Jonah (Jonah) (784-772 BC)

The Book of Nahum (Nahum) (663-612 BC)

The Book of Habakkuk (Habakkuk) (605 BC)

The Book of Zephaniah (Zephaniah) (627-625 BC)

The Book of Haggai (520 BC)

The Book of Zachariah (Zechariah) (520-480 BC)

The Book of Malachi (Malachi) (500-350 BC)

The Book of Isaiah (Isaiah) (745-680 BC)

The Book of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (627-582 BC)

The Book of Baruch (Baruch) (After 586 BC)

The Lamentation of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (October 587-December 587 BC)

The Epistle of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (597 BC-Exile to Babylon)

The Book of Ezekiel (Ezekiel) (595-572 BC)

The Book of Daniel (Daniel) (605-530 BC)

The Book of Matthew (Matthew) (50-70 AD)

The Book of Mark (Mark) (70 AD)

The Book of Luke (Luke) (70-80 AD)

The Book of John (John) (96 AD)

The Book of Acts (Luke) (75-85 AD)

The Book of Romans (St. Paul) (55-57 AD)

The First Book of the Corinthians (St. Paul) (55 AD)

The Second Book of the Corinthians (St. Paul) (55 AD)

The Book of Galatians (St. Paul) (Uncertain)

The Book of Ephesians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Philippians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Colossians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The First Book of Thessalonians (St. Paul) (50-51 AD)

The Second Book of Thessalonians (St. Paul) (51 AD)

The First Book of Timothy (St. Paul) (64-65 AD)

The Second Book of Timothy (St. Paul) (65-67 AD)

The Book of Titus (St. Paul) (63-65 AD)

The Book of Philemon (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Hebrews (St. Paul) (70 AD)

The Book of James (James) (55-60 AD)

The First Book of Peter (Peter) (50-67 AD)

The Second Book of Peter (Peter) (63-67 AD)

The First Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Second Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Third Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Book of Jude (Jude) (60-80 AD)

The Book of the Revelation (John) (81-96 AD)

Dates

March 31, 2014 (Pass)-59.5
September 30, 2017 (Pass)-62
March 31, 2019-63.5
September 30, 2020-65
May 31, 2021-65.67
November 30, 2021-66.17*
May 31, 2022-66.67
December 31, 2022-67.25
May 31, 2023-67.67
December 31, 2023-68.25
May 31, 2024-68.67
December 31, 2024-69.25
May 31, 2025-69.67
September 30, 2025-70
December 31, 2025-70.25
May 31, 2026-70.67


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