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1. After Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, God both cursed the serpent and promised the coming of the Savior to defeat the work of the devil.
2. When God sent the Flood, He removed all the sinners outside the ark from the earth, but sin remained in the world through Noah and his descendants.
3. Abraham wanted to show God how much he loved Him, so Abraham decided to offer his son Isaac as a sacrifice and was stopped by an angel before Isaac was killed.
4. Abraham sent his servant to Haran, to his relatives, to find a wife for his son Isaac.
5. Joseph was full of ambition and pride, and told his brothers that one day he would rule over them and make them bow before him.
6. When Jacob and his family were moved to Egypt during the 7 years of famine, his descendants remained in Egypt for over 400 years and multiplied into a great nation.
7. Moses was hidden by his parents from the Egyptians until he was an adult and he fled from Egypt.
8. After Moses led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt, God caused them to remain in the wilderness for forty years because they did not trust God to give them victory over the Canaanites.
9. Moses died on Mt. Nebo after viewing the promised land from a distance, but was not allowed by God to cross the Jordan River and enter the land.
10. Before his death, Joshua apportioned the territory in the promised land into 12 areas for the Israelites to possess according to their tribes.
11. Before the death of Joshua, the Israelites celebrated the total defeat and expulsion of all the Canaanites in the land in accordance with all that God had commanded them.
12. King Saul did most, but not all, of what God had commanded him and was rejected as king by God for his disobedience.
13. When king David attempted to build a Temple "House" for God in Jerusalem, God was pleased and blessed all the plans and work of the Temple built by David.
14. Once the people of Israel were divided into two kingdoms, the northern kingdom built a Temple in Samaria where the Israelites in the north worshiped the LORD (Yahweh).
15. Once, when the southern kingdom was under attack by the Assyrians, God sent an angel who killed 185,000 Assyrian soldiers in one night, saving Jerusalem from their enemy.
16. In Babylon three youths who would not compromise their faith and bow down to an idol were thrown into a fiery furnace and perished, sacrificing their lives in devotion to God.
17. When king Belshazzar of Babylon mocked God by using the goblets and gold vessels from the Temple in Israel, a hand appeared and wrote a message on the wall foretelling the defeat of Babylon that very night.