The Prophetic Presentation Dr. Yates, presentations has contributed a clear and precise understanding of the messages brought down by the prophets during the Old Testament. The messages would come in the form of destruction and judgment. Dr. Yates simplifies the purpose of the prophets with their complex and important role in the Book Isaiah. As God commission the prophets as the new hope for his people, we come to learn, Gods true love for his people. How God continue to give and give various opportunities before “He place judgment for refusing to stop exhibiting wicked ways, and at the same time allowing the reader to realize that it is not just enough to put on a performance of love for God , we must mean it from the heart. In the Book of Isaiah the presentations reviled to the listener that God has a special love for his people and expect in return the same form us, to love him truthfully and genuinely. “He expected not just an outward appearance but from the heart, an inward willingness. As Dr. Yates move through the Isaiah Ch. 6 , he translate a clear a smooth description of the a Image of a most powerful God who at some point and time was respected by all men, The listener walk away knowing that God Is highly exalted above all his creatures. His moral perfection stands in a contrast to evil people and nations, more so, God is perfect and sinless in all his motives and actions, as he is in perfect control of his power, judgment, love, and mercy. As the Prophets are call on as watchmen to the nation of Judah , warning the people of the coming of the Day of the Lord as he bring destruction and judgment, the Prophets was call to tell of God’s salvation through the Messiah. Most importantly the listener could appreciate the images and God principal in Isaiah 6, that god is most powerful and in Isaiah Chapter 49, Isaiah describe a nursing mother will never leave her child, as we know today that God will leave use and we must have the deepest trust as mention in the Book of Habakkuk. We can appreciate the interruption from Dr. Yates as we move forth in the Old Testament, to learn more about literary and fugitive images of the future kingdom of God so that we my come to know more about who Jesus is known him today and how the prophetic word was announce in the Old Testament of the coming of the Messiah by the prophets. The discussion of the Old Testament prophetic has changed my perspective. As we travel through the books of the prophets, knowing that images of literary, fugitive and genre play a great role in understand these book has given me a better perspective of receiving the message. In 200–250 words, explain how your passage reflects the basic features of Old Testament prophecy. In what ways does the prophet make his message vivid and memorable for his audience?
1 Hear this word, O house of Israel, this…
There are three essential components of all successful presentations. By successful, I mean presentations which accomplish their intended effect which is to move people to action. I felt the textbook Communicating at Work offered some great tips in chapter 11 on delivering the presentation; however I believe there are really three essential components to making a presentation successful. This paper will discuss three essential components to making presentations…
College Reading and Writing
18 October 2013
I see an open field full of lost souls looking and searching for a safety zone, not knowing what the world has for them next. They are asking questions and looking for answers, yet no answers have come. They do not know who to look for when they are in a time of need. Who will save them and be their rescuer? God says in Matthew 28:19, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing…
American Multicultural Literature
Term/Research Paper and Group Presentation Guidelines
Your understanding of this course and its contents will culminate in a Final Group Project/ Presentation as well as individual Term/Research Paper based on the same research. Each group will work on one a theme (“Fences,” “Crossing,” “Americans,” “Beliefs”); the selection will be made on a “luck of the draw” basis. Once you have selected a theme, all group members need…
For my oral presentation I decided to talk about staying safe whilst travelling abroad. This topic is close to my heart. In 2010 I was fortunate enough to travel through South East Asia. Whilst on my travels I had my bag stolen with all of my personal belongings in. It was very difficult at the time and for my presentation I wanted to share information with the audience that I felt could help keep not only their property safe but also themselves.
I spent a lot of time researching and confirming…
find information that I had chosen to give a presentation on children with autism. You will also find an explanation of how I was unable to give a live presentation but did the outline for the presentation as well as I did do the presentation slides. In addition, I had tried to tell how I could improve for future presentations. However, you are able to see a checklist of the ways that I would believe that I would need to prepare for in future presentations. You will also see an analysis of my outline…
recommendation on the presentation about the worldwide water crisis. The speaker did a good job of giving his presentation. The speakers for the FYS presentations are chosen carefully and are meant to help freshman see the importance of heroic leadership. The presentation being discussed was given on Friday September 28, 2012 and was called The Worldwide Water Crisis. The presentation was delivered by Frank Treaster from the University of Miami. This memo will review the presentation according to its…
Book Talk Presentation
Objective: Convince the listener to read (or not read) the book you chose for summer reading. A book talk is very similar to a trailer for a film, which shows you just enough information to convince you that you should watch the movie.
Suggested Organization of Book Talk speech:
Find an interesting, exciting, or mysterious quote to start off your presentation. This quote will get the reader’s attention. Don’t just pick any old quote...choose carefully and deliberately…
Eric Campbell, Yadira Palma, Mary Wade, Shunika Ward
May 5, 2014
Strategic Human Resources (HR) Presentation U.S. Airways
Change is in the air. U.S. Airways are heading
in a different direction in reference to the
strategic human resource side. Before making
any type of change there has to be a vision
and rules to ensure the process is done
correctly and in order.
Strategic Human Resources (HR) Presentation U.S. Airways
The day of Senior Project presentation was a very hectic day filled with nervous stomach
butterflies and sweaty palms. Due to the fact I did not use any note cards I was very nervous I
might say something wrong or stumble on certain words. I focused the majority of my practices to
my food art demonstration in the end of my presentation because I knew it was the hardest.
Walking into the room filled with judge I my nerves doubled over.
During the presentation, I heard myself use fillers and…