Table 5.1 Songs in the Bible Exodus 15.1

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Table 5.1 Songs in the Bible
Exodus 15.1-18
Deut. 32.3,4
Revelation 15.3,4
Exodus 15.20-21
Numbers 21.14-18
Judges 5
1 Samuel 2. 1-10
1 Samuel 18.6, 7
2 Samuel 22.1-51
2 Chronicles 5. 12-14
Song of Moses at the Crossing of the
Red Sea—one of the earliest poems in
the Bible; formulated in first-person
singular with Moses singing a line and
the Israelites responding antiphonally; a
lyric, also sometimes described as a
festive epic poem celebrating God’s
defeat of Egypt at the sea.
Song of Moses at his death—Forty
years after singing his song at the
crossing of the Red Sea, Moses sings a
song at his death. Moses sings that God’s
judgments are just and right. The song
contains three themes: praise,
deliverance, victory. Critics do not agree
on the precise date of the song but
suggest it first existed as an older,
separate text that was inserted into the
Deuteronomist text in reaction to Judah’s
being sent into Babylonian captivity.
Song of the Lamb---“And they [those
who have conquered the beast] sing the
song of Moses, the servant- of God, and
the song of the Lamb. The Lamb
proclaims God’s judgments are just and
true. Passages in Psalms and Isaiah
record versions of this song: (Ps.33.3,
40.3, 96.1, 98.1, 149.1, Is.4.10).
Miriam’s song of praise and
thanksgiving for deliverance, one of the
shortest in the Bible.
Celebrates the digging of wells and
God’s provision of water for the Hebrews
in the desert facing Moab as they
traveled to the promised land.
Deborah’s song
The barren Hannah’s song of
thankfulness and praise for God’s
enabling her to become pregnant with
blessed Samuel.
Sung by the Israelite women celebrating
David’s defeat of Goliath.
David’s song of thanks for being
2 Chronicles 20.20
Ezra 3.11
Song of Solomon
Luke 1.68-69
Luke 1.47-55
Luke 2:13-14
Luke 2:28-32
Revelation 5.9, 10
Revelation 15.3,4
Revelation 19. 1-8
5.2 Parables in the New Testament1
rescued from Saul.
The priests’ and singers’ song of
thankfulness at the dedication of
Solomon’s temple built for God.
A one-line marching song in preparation
for battle: “Give thanks to the Lord, for
his love endures forever.”
Song of praise at completion of the
foundation of the temple upon the return
of the exiled Israelites to Jerusalem.
A book of eight chapters variously
described as secular poetry on erotic
love and as an allegory recounting God’s
love for Israel and the history of their
relationship.
Zechariah’s song of praise for the
promise of a son to the barren Elizabeth.
Mary’s song called the Magnificat
praises God for salvation of the lowly
and oppressed.
Gloria in Excelsis : Heavenly hosts
praise God, revealing the divine meaning
of the birth of Jesus.
Simeon's Nunc Dimittis: Simeon
praises God and declares God’s saving
purposes; Christians commonly sings
this song at the close of worship.
The twenty-four elders proclaim Christ
as worthy of breaking the seven seals of
God’s scroll.
The conquerors standing beside the sea
of glass and singing the song of Moses,
the servant of God, and the song of the
Lamb, “All nations will come and
worship before you” (4)
A song celebrating consummation and
the marriage of the Lamb: “Hallelujah!
For the Lord our God the Almighty
reigns” (6).
1.
Parable
Lamp Under a Basket
Matthew
Mark
Luke
5.14-16
4.21 , 22 8.16 , 17
11.3336
2. A Wise Man Builds on Rock and a Foolish
Man Builds on Sand
7.24–27
6.47-49
3.
Unshrunk (New) Cloth on an Old Garment
9.16
2.21
5.36
4.
New Wine in Old Wineskins
9.17
2.22
5.37 , 38
5.
The Sower
13.3-23
4.2–20
8.4-15
6.
The Tares (Weeds)
13.24–30
7.
The Mustard Seed
13.31 ,
32
4.30-32
13.18 ,
19
8.
The Leaven
13.33
9.
The Hidden Treasure
13.44
13.20 ,
21
10.
The Pearl of Great Price
13.45 ,
46
11.
The Dragnet
13.47-50
12.
The Lost Sheep
18.12–14
13.
The Unforgiving Servant
18.23–35
14.
The Laborers in the Vineyard
20.1-16
15.
The Two Sons
21.28–32
16.
The Wicked Vinedressers
21.33-45
17.
The Wedding Feast
22.2–14
18.
The Fig Tree
24.32-44
19.
The Wise and Foolish Virgins
25.1–13
20.
The Talents
25.14-30
21.
The Growing Seed
4.26–29
22.
The Absent Householder
13.3337
23.
The Creditor and Two Debtors
7.41–43
24.
The Good Samaritan
10.3037
25.
A Friend in Need
11.5–13
26.
The Rich Fool
12.16-
15.3-7
12.1–12
20.9-19
13.28–
32
21.2933
Parable
Matthew
Mark
Luke
21
27.
The Watchful Servants
12.35–
40
28.
The Faithful Servant and the Evil Servant
12.4248
29.
The Barren Fig Tree
13.6–9
30.
The Great Supper
14.1624
31.
Building a Tower and a King Making War
14.25–
35
32.
The Lost Coin
15.8-10
33.
The Lost Son
15.11–
32
34.
The Unjust Steward
16.1-13
35.
The Rich Man and Lazarus
16.19–
31
36.
Unprofitable Servants
17.7-10
37.
The Persistent Widow
18.1–8
38.
The Pharisee and the Tax Collector
18.9-14
39.
The Minas
19.11–
27
Table 5.3 Some of the Prayers in the Bible
Abijah's
army
Abraham
Abraham
Abraham
Abraham
Asa
Christians
Cornelius
Daniel
David
Elijah
Elijah
2 Chron.. 13.14
Gen. 15.1-6
Gen. 17.18-21
Gen. 18.20-32
Gen. 20.17
2 Chron. 14-11
Acts 12.5-12
Acts 10.2-30
Dan. 9.3-19
2 Sam. 7.18-29
1 Kings 17.20-23
1Kings 18.6-38
Elijah
Elijah
Elisha
Ezra
Gideon
Habakkuk
Hannah
Hezejiah
Hezekiah
Isaac
Israel
Jabez
Jacob
Jehoshaphat
Jeremiah
Jeremiah
Jonah
Jashua
Manasseh
Manoah
Moses
Moses
Moses
Moses
Moses
Nehemiah
Paul
Paul
Peter
Samson
Samson
Samuel
Solomon
Jesus
1 Kings 19.4
Jas. 5.7
2 Kings 6.7-23
Ezek. 9.-15
Judg. 6.6-40
Hab. 3.-19
1 Sam. 1.0-16
2 Kings 19.5-19
2 Kings 20.11
Gen. 25.1, 24-26
Exod. 2.3-25
1 Chron. 4.0
Gen. 32.4-30
2 Chron. 20.12, 27
Jer. 42.1-6
Jer. 14.7-10
Jon. 2.1-9
Josh. 7.6-9
2 Chron. 33.12,13
Judg. 13.8-15
Exod. 8.12
Exod. 15.24,25
Deut. 9.18, Ex. 32.3134
Num. 12.11-14
Duet. 3.25, 34.1-4
Neh. 1.4-11
Acts 28.8
Eph. 3.14-21
Acts 9.40
Judg. 15.18, 19
Judg. 16.29, 30
1 Sam. 7.5-12
1 Kings. 3.6-14; 1
Kings 8:12-61
Matt. 6.9-13
Table 5.4 Sub-Genres
Genealogy
Lists of tribal leaders
Legal codes
Legend
Fable
Speeches
Sermons
Theophanies
Gospels
Letters or Epistles
Epigrams
Acrostics
Wisdom
Apocalypse
1
Gen. 5; 10; 11; 25.12-18; 34; 36; Ruth
1.2; 4.18-22; Matt. 1.1-16; Luke 3.23-28
Num. 5. 1-15; 7; 1 Chron. 1-9; Rev. 7
Ex. 21-33; 35-40; Num. 1-10; most of
Lev..
Gen. 1-11. prototypes found in other
ancient cultures. Rev. 13.3, 12, 14 builds
on legend that Nero would reappear in
the East after his death.
Num. 22
Acts 7.1-51.
Acts 2.14-21; Matt. 5; 13.1-52; Luke 6.17
Gen. 16; 18; Ex. 3; Ex. 14.19,20; 16;33,11;
1 Sam. 3.10; Isa. 6.1-9; Rev. 1.9-20; Mark
9.2-8
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John
Twenty-one of twenty-seven books in
the New Testament are letters, excluding
the four Gospels and Acts.
Zeph.1.12, 17; James 1.12; Matt. 5. 11,
12; Jude 24-25; Job 18.1-3; 18,4, 5, 6-8;
18.9-10, 11-17, 18, 19-20, 21.
Lamentations; Ps. 9-10; 25; 34; 111; 112;
119
Proverbs, Job Ecclesiastes
Daniel, Revelation
Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts—Revised and Updated Edition (Nashville, TN: 1966).

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