SLIDES - Isaiah Class 12 (4.2B) Israel Is Responsible for Herself
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Israel's experiences on the way to Mount Sinai parallel end-time wilderness experiences as Zion learns to trust her God and she becomes His people. Differences between the collective Sinai covenant and the individual Abrahamic covenant are explained, nevertheless, when Israel can no longer stay faithful to a man, she chooses a king for protection instead of her God.
Highlights included are Abrahamic and Sinai Covenant collages; Manna highlights from www.alephbeta.org Why Do We Celebrate “Law-Day”; a review diagram of Israel’s repentance and Moses’ multiple ascents on Mount Sinai; Achan’s betrayal of the covenant in Joshua 7; typological endtime battles referred to in Isaiah 28 such as Joshua and the Amalekites in Exodus 17 and Josephus (faithful to a man); Joshua & the Battle of the Five Kings in Joshua 10 & Jasher 88 (sun stood still in the Valley of Gibeon); and David fights the Philistines in 1 Chronicles 14 (Mt. Perazim)—as well as the terms of the covenant made with Captain Moroni in Alma 46!
Reading Assignment: Isaiah 56–57; + Joshua 7 (Achan)
The End from the Beginning, Gileadi (1997) pp. 62–66; (2012) pp. 47–50
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