Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist

Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
Bundle of 2 - Religion - Elijah & John the Baptist
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  1. This is a 31 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on Religion – Old Testament Prophets – Elijah. Each of the slides are editable so you can modify the slides if you need to. 100 years after the time of David had passed, a new king named Ahab assumed the throne around 870 BC. Ahab, the
  2. This is a 19 slide, highly animated power point presentation on Religion – Key Figures - John the Baptist. Each of the slides are editable, so you can modify those to meet your individual needs. John the Baptist was a Jewish prophet of priestly origin who preached the imminence of God’s Final Judg
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This is bundle of 2 power point presentations on two prominent prophets in the Bible; Elijah and John the Baptist. The total number of slides is 50 and each one is editable, so you can modify those to meet your individual needs.

Power point presentation #1 is entitled Religion - Old Testament Prophets – Elijah and contains 36 slides.

100 years after the time of David had passed, a new king named Ahab assumed the throne around 870 BC. Ahab, the Bible says, did more to provoke God to anger than all the kings of Israel who had come before him (1 Kings 16:33). The apostasy during Ahab’s reign was the result of many years of corrupt kings and increasing evil, until evil filled the land.

Most the people had yielded their worship to the Canaanite god’s Baal and Ashtoreth. Still, God had declared that there were 7,000 persons in Israel who had not worshipped Baal during that very wicked time (1 Kings 19:18). Earlier, God had sent warnings and waited patiently for His people to separate themselves from the pagan influences that surrounded them and to return to true worship (1 Kings 14:6-16). Now God was going to bring a severe judgment on the nation to stir them to action. God explains, “Surely the Lord GOD does nothing, unless He reveals His secret to His servants the prophets” (Amos 3:7). To announce the punishment and warn the nation to change its ways, God sent a messenger, Elijah the prophet.

Elijah did his job quite well. He challenged the evil King Ahab and his wife to repent but they did not. He successfully challenged the prophets of Baal on Mt Carmel to prove their gods were false and he even brought a young boy back to life even as he was fleeing for his own.

Elijah was the greatest prophet for the Israelites. He was one of 2 people who never died but was brought to heaven in a flaming chariot. John the Baptist was compared to Elijah as he served as the forerunner of Christ. Elijah was with Jesus and Moses at Jesus transfiguration and it is believed that he is one of the two witnesses described in the book of Revelation at the end of time.

Background
Warning & Judgement
Section 1: Elijah’s Work on Earth
Elijah the Man
Scripture from James
Elijah’s 1st Miracle
Elijah’s 2nd Miracle
Purpose of the Famine
Confronting Ahab Again
Showdown at Mt. Carmel
Elijah’s Prayer
God Answers with Fire!
False Prophets Executed
Jezebel Threatens Death
Elijah Flees for His Life
Elijah’s Final Message
Final Days on Earth
Section 2: Elijah’s Future Work
Elijah in Future Prophecies
Elijah & John the Baptist
Elijah & The Early Church
Elijah & the Two Witnesses (2)
Elijah & the End Time
Thoughts on Elijah
Referenced in the Bible
End of Presentation

Power point presentation #2 is entitled Religion - Key Figures - New Testament Prophet - John the Baptist and contains 19 slides.

It was believed by many that John the Baptist was the second appearing of Elijah. Their similarities are uncanny. John the Baptist was a Jewish prophet of priestly origin who preached the imminence of God’s Final Judgment and baptized those who repented in self-preparation for it. John was born in the countryside of Judaea, Palestine, near Jerusalem and died by execution at the hands of Herod Antipas around 28–36 CE. His birth is recorded in the Bible to Zechariah, a priest of the order of Abijah, and his wife, Elizabeth, a relative of Mary, the mother of Jesus.

Christians believe that John the Baptist had a specific role ordained by God as forerunner of Jesus, who was the foretold Messiah. The New Testament Gospels speak of this role. John’s message was addressed to all ranks and stations of Jewish society. His message was that God’s judgement on the world was imminent and that, to prepare for this judgment, the people should repent of their sins, be baptized, and produce appropriate fruits of repentance.

John’s baptism was a rite that symbolized repentance in preparation for the coming world judgment and was to be accompanied, before and afterward, by a righteous life.

Sometime after baptizing Jesus, John was imprisoned by Herod Antipas, ruler of Galilee. Herod had married illegally, Herodias, the divorced wife of his half-brother. John’s denunciation of this marriage presented Herod the opportunity to get rid of John. At the request of Herodias daughter, she had him decapitated.

Jesus, who was baptized by John, saw in him the last and greatest of the prophets, the one who prepared for the coming of God’s kingdom (Mark 9, Matthew 11, Luke 7). Jesus said, “I tell you, among those born of women, there is no one greater than John, yet even the least in the kingdom of God is greater than John the Baptist.” (Luke 7:28)

Who was John the Baptist?
John in the Desert
John’s Biblical Role
John, the Prophet
John’s Message
Compared to Elijah
Primary Sources for John
Gospels: Matthew & Mark’s Account
Gospels: Luke’s Account
Gospels: John’s Account
Christians View of John
Jewish View of John
John’s Baptism
Herod Antipas & Death
The Essenes
Jesus’ View of John
End of Presentation

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