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God’s people didn’t listen, and eventually the
Babylonians invaded, destroyed the Temple,
and took God’s people as captives to Babylon.
2 Chronicles 36:17-21 The fall of Jerusalem
Jeremiah 32:36-44 A promise of restoration
Ezekiel 36:22–37:14 Hope during the Exile
The New Testament is an amazing message of God’s love and faithfulness.
Here it’s summarized in just fifteen sentences! Each sentence appears with
a picture and a one-word title to help you remember each part of the big
story as you continue on your journey. Reading the listed Bible passages
and using the creative space (see the sticky notes for suggestions) are
great ways to engage more deeply with God’s story. Once you know it well,
you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to share it with someone you know.
Despite his people’s sin, God remained faithful to
them, and after many years of exile he enabled
them to return to the land and rebuild the Temple.
2 Chronicles 36:22-23 Cyrus allows the exiles to return
Nehemiah 1 Nehemiah’s vision to rebuild Jerusalem
In the midst of centuries of oppression by foreign
empires, God remained faithful to his people.
Zechariah 2:6-13 The exiles are called home
Daniel 2:20-23 God’s control of world history
Luke 1:46-55 God keeps his promises
Luke 1:68-79 God is merciful to his people
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