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  •  I made it in time, thankfully.
  • I am sorry for trying to kill you earlier.
  • Don't worry. I forgive you.
  • What is this?!?! This bush isn't burning!
  • Wait! I am here to give you your mission in life!
  • We did nothing Wrong!
  • Attack!
  • Why are you attacking us!?
  • This is our land! You can't have it!
  • Abraham shows his loyalty to God by willingly sacrificing his only son, just as God commanded. Before he is able to kill his son, God saw Abraham's loyalty towards him and withdraws the command. Telling a angel to stop Abraham from killing his son, just in time.
  • He is so cool!
  • All hail King David!!!
  • And handsome!
  • Moses finds a bush that was on fire. However, the bush was not burning. Then, God speaks through the burning bush, telling him his mission in life. That mission being saving the Jews from slavery.
  • But, aren't we the same people you conquered?
  • This is our land now, so don't come back!!!
  • You guys can actually stay.
  • What about the others?
  • After 40 long years of wandering the desert the Israelites finally reached the promised land. However, the promised land was not empty. It was renamed Canaan, and had people already living there. The people there were called Canaanites. The Israelites fought the Canaanites for the land because they thought God wanted them to. At the end of this battle, the Israelites won and got their promised land back.
  • Once this is all over, please call the Israelites back.
  • After king Saul dies, David becomes the second king of the promised land. He was also the Greatest king out of them all, since he was able to unite all 12 tribes of the kingdom.
  • Better than the last king!
  • The Assyrians conquered Israel. Exiling most of the Israelites from the promised land. Though some of the Israelites in Israel remained there. The Assyrians renamed the land Samaira mixing the Israelites who were able to stay with the people in the Assyrian empire.
  • When the Babylonian were defeated by the Romans, the Romans decided to free the Jews from their exile. Welcoming the Jews to come back to Israel and Judah which was renamed to Judea.
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