1 Chronicles 1:1-54 Questions by Stephen Ricker
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Adam to Abraham -Genesis Recounted
Questions for Study 1

1 Chronicles 1:1-54
Memory Verse: 4

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I. Adam to Noah (1:1-3a)

1. Who was Adam? (1, Gen. 1:26-2:25) What did he do? (Gen. 3:1-13) What did God promise him? (Gen. 3:14-24) How does this relate to Jesus Christ? (Rom. 5:12-19, 1 Cor. 15:20-22, 45-49)

II. Noah to Abraham (1:3b-27)

2. Who was Noah? (3b-4, Gen. 5:28-6:8) What did he do? (Gen. 6:9-6:22) What did God promise him? (Gen. 81:9:17) How does this relate to Jesus Christ?

3. Who was Abraham? (27-28) What did he do? (Gen. 12:4-5) What did God promise him? (Gen. 12:1-3, 13:14-17, 15:5, 13-16, 17:15-16, 22:15-18) How does this relate to Jesus Christ? (Matt. 3:9, Acts 3:25-26, 4:1-16, Gal. 3:6-18)

4. What can be learned about God and his dealing with mankind through the lives of Adam, Noah, and Abraham? How might this be important to Israel after they returned from exile?

III. Abraham and His Children (1:28-54)

5. Who was Ishmael? (29-31) What did he do? (Gen. 16, 21:8-21, 25:12-17) What did God promise him? (Gen. 17:18-22) How does this relate to Jesus Christ? (Gal. 4:21-31)

6. Who was Keturah? (32-33) What she do? (Gen. 25:1-6) How does this relate to Jesus Christ? (John 1:9-13, 8:33-42, Luke 3:7-9)

7. Who was Esau and Jacob (Israel)? (34-37) What they do? (Gen. 27, 28:1-9) How does this relate to Jesus Christ? (Rom. 9:13, Heb. 11:20)

8. What did God promise Jacob? (Gen. 28:10-19) How did Jacob come to understand its meaning? (Gen. 48:1-16)

9. Who is Seir in Edom? (38-54) What was God's final word to Edom? (Mal. 1:4)

10. Why would a genelogy going back so far in Israel history be important to the author's readers?