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Enjoy having an easy-to-understand overview of the Major Prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel at your fingertips as you read through these key books of the Bible! Features simple summaries, quick-reference charts, an Old Testament map, time line, historical context, and more!

What do you need to know about each of the major prophets? Why did the Lord give them such strong warnings of disaster? How do they point to Christ? Find out the answer to these questions and more in Rose’s Major Prophets Pamphlet. Understanding the messages of the Major Prophets is key to understanding the whole of scripture. It is in Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel that we hear not only warnings of disaster, but the prophetic proclamation of the coming of Christ and insight into God’s restoration plan. Enjoy having a solid overview on each of the Major Prophets that shows key information at a glance! Perfect for personal use, small groups, or to add depth to any Old Testament Bible study.

Enjoy having charts, simple explanations, and key Bible verses at your fingertips while covering these important topics:

  • Overview on the lives of each of the 4 prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel
  • The 3 main messages and key takeaways from the Major Prophets
  • 7 essential Bible study tips when reading the major prophets (Includes reflection questions)
  • AND incredible quick-reference charts and visuals, including:
    • Timeline showing key dates and events
    • 4 ways the major prophets reveal Christ (chart)
    • Overview on the historical background for each prophet (chart)
    • Prophecies made by the major prophets that were fulfilled by Christ (chart)
    • Old Testament Map showing the empires of the Ancient Near East

The Major Prophets contain four rich and complex books filled with God's messages to his people and the surrounding nations during the horrific events of Israel's division and Babylonian exile. Prophets were not teachers who taught God's commandments or laws. They were sent by God for corrective purposes: to call for repentance during rebellion, encourage during times of judgment, and guide God's people toward restoration.

Click Here for the 5 Main Reasons Why You (and your small group) Should Study the Major Prophets

Perfect for individual use, Bible studies, new believer's classes, church giveaways, or to keep in your Bible to reference when someone has a question. Fits inside most Bibles covers. Click here for key features.

4 Key Features of Rose's Major Prophets in the Bible Pamphlet

1. Easy-to-Understand. Includes a Basic Overview on each of the Major Prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel)

Enjoy getting an impressive overview of each of the books of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel, including—

  • Chapter Outline
  • Major Themes
  • Memorable Scripture

Also get solid background information on each of the major prophets of God like:

  • Birthplace and key dates
  • Childhood and personal life
  • Their prophetic name meanings
  • Types of prophetic words delivered
  • and much more!

2. Quick and Simple. See Key Information at a Glance with 4 Quick-Reference Charts and a Timeline

See key information, dates, and Bible verses at a glance with this pamphlets quick-reference charts. Easily see God's purposes in the prophetic warnings and promises for his people and why the messages of the major prophets are relevant today.

  • Major Prophets Time Line, including key historical events, kings, and exile
  • Ministries of the Major Prophets, including location, audience, and historical context
  • Historical Perspective Chart, from the viewpoints of Judah, Israel, and Foreign Powers
  • How Christ is foreshadowed in the Major Prophets, includes prophecy, fulfillment, and key scriptures
  • Overview of the Major Prophets, including chapter outline, major themes, and popular scriptures

3. Features Stunning Graphics and an Old Testament Map

The kingdoms of Assyria, Babylon, and Persia had major impacts on the history of Israel and Judah. Gain fresh perspective and context of the profound effect that the exile and Babylonian captivity had on God's people. Imagine the clarity you'll gain by being able to see the foreign territories of the ancient near east clearly outlined at a glance!

Major Prophets Pamphlet Fold Out

Size: 8.5 x 5.5 inches, full color, glossy coating. Folds out to 38 inches. Fits in a Bible cover.

4. Practical. Include Simple Overviews that Unpack the Messages of the Major Prophets

Reading the major prophets can be challenging and difficult without understanding the world they lived in or the big picture of God's plans. This pamphlet simply breaks down each of the major prophets into the need-to-know highlights:

  • 5 most important reasons to study the major prophets
  • 4 historical contexts and the audiences the major prophets addressed
  • 3 historical perspectives from:
    • Foreign Powers (Assyria and Babylon)
    • Judah (Southern Kingdom or Jerusalem)
    • Israel (Northern Kingdom or Samaria)
  • 4 ways the major prophets foreshadowed Christ
  • Short and concise biographies of each of the prophets

Imagine seeing all you need to know at a glance and experience the convenience of having key background information provided in one place. It makes digging into the Major Prophets even easier!

What’s the Difference Between the Major Prophets and Minor Prophets?

Are the major prophets more important than the minor prophets? That’s a common question asked and the answer is clear: not at a all. The division between Major and Minor Prophets is very old and was based strictly on the length of the books. Since biblical books were written on scrolls, they had a size limit. Because the writings of all twelve Minor Prophets fi t well on one scroll, they became one unit. Apart from being shorter, the Minor Prophets are the same type of prophetic literature as the Major Prophets.

5 Main Reasons Why You (and your small group) Should Study the Major Prophets:

Why should Christians today read, study, and be concerned with the message of each of these books?

  • They anticipate the coming of the Messiah, who has saved us from evil, made a new relationship possible between God and us, and given us a new heart.
  • They call God’s people to trust in God’s care and provision and remind us that he is able and willing to come through for us.
  • They call God’s people to repent from ignoring, challenging, and disobeying God.
  • Their words and actions instruct us about the ways in which God deals with his people.
  • By seeing the world from God’s perspective and understanding the ways in which God deals with his people, we become better equipped to discern our times and understand God’s will for the church today.

Discussion/Reflection Questions for the Major Prophets Pamphlet

  1. Read Pgs. 1-2 (Importance of the Major Prophets). Many believers are intimidated by the idea of reading the Major Prophets. What are 5 main reasons to do so? What would you say to someone that told you the Major Prophets aren't relevant to us today? Why are you personally interested in studying the Major Prophets?
  2. Read Pg. 3 (Ministries of the Major Prophets). God entrusted each of these prophets with words of comfort and instruction to communities of people turned out of their own homes and culture. Why does God choose to speak through us? Can you think of a moment God used someone to speak to you? What was one moment that God used you to share his comfort and love with someone?
  3. Read Pg. 4 (Among Giants). We still experience rebellion, danger, and disobedience, personally and on a global scale. What current events are going on right now and how should we pray in light of God's messages through the Major Prophets? Take a moment and pray that God would intervene in these circumstances right now.
  4. Read Pg. 6 (Christ in the Major Prophets). This section reveals key scriptures from the Major Prophets that prophecy the coming of Christ. How does knowing that these prophecies were made 700-500 years before Christ impact you?
  5. Read Pg. 8-9 (Called By God). Each of the Major Prophets were set apart and called to specific destinies to reflect God's glory and personality, despite their faults and failures. What is God calling you to do? What insecurities and shortcomings do you need to place before God?
  6. Read Pg. 10 (Overview of the Major Prophets). One of the main reasons we should study the Major Prophets is to learn about God's character and attributes; what characteristics of God do you see in the major themes? (2nd column in chart) Which of these attributes of God have you experienced, and how?
  7. Read Pg. 11-12 (The Challenges of the Prophets). Reflect on the 3 challenges of the prophets. What things or individuals do we sometimes put ahead of God? What attitudes and behaviors is God challenging you to change today?

How to use Rose's Major Prophets Bible Study Pamphlet:

Bible studies, small group discussions, discipleship classes, young adult studies, personal study.

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