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The Spread of the Nations. The diffusion of nations. The confusion of languages. Patriarchal History. The Life of Abraham. Abraham’s background. Abraham’s call and response. Abraham’s faith and God’s covenant. Abraham’s final acts. The Descendants of Ishmael. The Life of Jacob. The Descendants of Esau. The Life of Joseph. Joseph’s career. Jacob’s migration. Jacob’s final days. Joseph’s final days. Israel Blessed and Oppressed. A Deliverer Prepared. Infant Moses spared. Mature Moses’ escape from Egypt. God’s Deliverance of Israel. The Deliverer Called. The Deliverer’s Objections and Disqualifications Overcome. Unsuccessful Attempts to Deliver. Oppression made more harsh. Promise of deliverance renewed. The Deliverers Identified. Judgment of Plagues on Egypt. Deliverer’s commission renewed. Presenting the signs of divine authority. First plague. water turned to blood. Second plague. Frogs. Third plague. Gnats. Fourth plague. Flies. Fifth plague. against livestock. Sixth plague. Boils. Seventh plague. Hail. Eighth plague. Locusts. Ninth plague. Darkness. Tenth plague announced. death of the firstborn. The Passover. The Exodus from Egypt. The Consecration of the Firstborn. Crossing the Red Sea. Deliverance at the Red Sea. Song at the sea. Journey to Sinai. The waters of Marah. The manna and the quail. The waters of Meribah. The war with Amalek. Covenant at Sinai. The Covenant Proposed. The Reaction of the People to God’s Fiery Presence. The Book of the Covenant. Laws on slaves. Laws on homicide. Laws on bodily injuries. Laws on property damage. Laws on society. Laws on justice and neighbourliness. Laws on sacred seasons. Ratification of the Covenant. God’s Royal Tent in Israel. Instructions concerning the Royal Tent. Furnishings of the tent. Ark and atonement cover. Table of the bread of the Presence. Gold lampstand. The tent and its courtyard. Altar of burnt offering. Priesthood. Garments of the priests. Ordination of the priests. Altar of incense. Census tax. Anointing oil and incense. Appointment of craftsmen. Observance of Sabbath rest. Rebellion Threatens Withdrawal of God. The golden calf. Moses’ mediation. Threatened separation and Moses’ prayer. Renewal of the covenant. God’s Royal Tent Set Up. Bezalel and his craftsmen. Moses’ blessing. Erection of God’s royal tent. Dedication of God’s royal tent. The Five Main Offerings. The Burnt Offering. The Grain Offering. The Fellowship Offering. The Sin Offering. The Guilt Offering. The Installation and Ministry of Aaron and His Sons. The Ordination of Aaron and His Sons. The Ministry of the Priests. The Death of Nadab and Abihu. The Distinction Between Clean and Unclean. Clean and Unclean Food. Purification After Childbirth. Regulations for Skin Diseases. Regulations for Mildew. Cleansing from Skin Diseases. Cleansing from Mildew. Discharges That Cause Uncleanness. The Annual Day of Atonement. Holy Living. Eating Blood Prohibited. Unlawful Sexual Relations. Various Laws for Holy Living. Punishments for Sin. Regulations for Priests. Acceptable and Unacceptable Sacrifices. The Annual Feasts. Rules for Oil and Bread in the Tabernacle. Punishment for Blasphemy. The Sabbath and Jubilee Years. Covenant Blessings and Curses. Regulations for Offerings Vowed to the Lord. Israel at Sinai, Preparing to Depart for the Promised Land. The Commands for the Census of the People. The numbers of men from each tribe mustered for war. The placement of the tribes around the tabernacle and their order for march. The placement of the Levites around the tabernacle, and the numbers of the Levites and the firstborn of Israel. The numbers of the Levites in their tabernacle service for the Lord. The Commands for Purity of the People. The test for purity in the law of jealousy. The Nazirite vow and the Aaronic benediction. The offerings of the 12 leaders at the dedication of the tabernacle. The setting up of the lamps and the separation of the Levites. The observance of the Passover. The covering cloud and the silver trumpets. The Journey from Sinai to Kadesh. The Beginning of the Sorrows: Fire and Quail. The Opposition of Miriam and Aaron. Israel at Kadesh, the Delay Resulting from Rebellion. The 12 Spies and Their Mixed Report of the Good Land. The People’s Rebellion against God’s Commission, and Their Defeat. A Collection of Laws on Offerings, the Sabbath and Tassels on Garments. The Rebellion of Korah and His Allies. The Budding of Aaron’s Staff: A Sign for Rebels. Concerning Priests, Their Duties and Their Support. The Red Heifer and the Cleansing Water. The Sin of Moses. The Journey from Kadesh to the Plains of Moab. The Resistance of Edom. The Death of Aaron. The Destruction of Arad. The Bronze Snake. The Song of the Well and the Journey to Moab. The Defeat of Sihon and Og. Israel Returns to Moab. Israel on the Plains of Moab, in Anticipation of Taking the Promised Land. Balak of Moab Hires Balaam to Curse Israel. Balaam Blesses Israel in Seven Oracles. The Baal of Peor and Israel’s Apostasy. The Second Census. Instructions for the New Generation. The inheritance for women. The successor to Moses. Commands regarding offerings. Commands regarding festivals. Commands regarding vows. The War against Midian. The Settlement of the Transjordan Tribes. The Land of Inheritance. The Inheritance for Women. Stipulations of the Covenant. The Great Commandment. The Demand for Absolute Allegiance. God’s covenant Lordship. The principle of consecration. The program for conquering Canaan. A call to commitment in the new land. The lesson of the broken tablets. Ceremonial consecration. Human leaders in God’s righteous kingdom. Sanctity of God’s kingdom. Confessions of God as Redeemer-King. Ratification; Curses and Blessings. Leadership Succession under the Covenant. Change of Leadership. Song of Moses. Moses’ Testamental Blessing on the Tribes. Death of Moses and Succession of Joshua. The Exhortations to Conquer. The Reconnaissance of Jericho. The Crossing of the Jordan. The Consecration at Gilgal. The Conquest of the Land. The victory at Jericho. The failure at Ai because of Achan’s sin. The victory at Ai. The covenant renewed at Shechem. The treaty with the Gibeonites. The long day of Joshua. The Defeated Kings of Canaan. The Distribution of the Land. The Areas Yet to Be Conquered. The Land Assigned by Moses to the Tribes in Trans jordan The Division of the Land of Canaan. The town given to Caleb. The lands given to Judah and Joseph at Gilgal. The allotments for Benjamin, Simeon, Zebulun, Issachar, Asher, Naphtali and Dan at Shiloh.The town given to Joshua. The Cities Assigned to the Levites. The 6 cities of refuge. The 48 cities of the priests. Tribal Unity and Loyalty to the Lord. The Altar of Witness by the Jordan. Joshua’s Farewell Exhortation. The Renewal of the Covenant at Shechem. The Death and Burial of Joshua and Eleazar. Incomplete Conquest and Apostasy. Israel’s Failure to Purge the Land. God’s Dealings with Israel’s Rebellion. Oppression and Deliverance. Othniel Defeats Aram Naharaim. Ehud Defeats Moab. Deborah Defeats Canaan.Gideon Defeats Midian. Abimelech, the anti judge. Jephthah Defeats Ammon. Ibzan. Elon. Abdon. Samson Checks Philistia. Religious and Moral Disorder. Micah’s corruption of religion. The Danites’ departure from their tribal territory. Gibeah’s corruption of morals. The Benjamites’ near removal from their tribal territory. Naomi Emptied. Naomi Returns from Moab. Ruth Clings to Naomi. Ruth and Naomi Return to Bethlehem. Ruth and Boaz Meet in the Harvest Fields. Ruth Begins Work. Boaz Shows Kindness to Ruth. Ruth Returns to Naomi. Naomi Sends Ruth to Boaz’s Threshing Floor. Naomi Instructs Ruth. Boaz Pledges to Secure Redemption. Ruth Returns to Naomi. Boaz Arranges to Fulfil His Pledge. Boaz Confronts the Unnamed Kinsman, Boaz Buys Naomi’s Property and Announces His Marriage to Ruth. Genealogy of David. Historical Setting for the Beginning of Kingship in Israel. Samuel’s Birth. Youth and Call to Be a Prophet. Israel Defeated by the Philistines. the Ark of God Taken and Restored. The Beginning of Kingship in Israel under the Guidance of Samuel. The Rise of Saul. The people’s sinful request for a king. Samuel anoints Saul privately. Saul chosen to be king publicly. Saul’s choice as king confirmed. Saul’s reign inaugurated at a covenant renewal ceremony. Saul’s Kingship a Failure. The Establishment of Kingship in Israel. The Rise of David. David enters Saul’s service. David becomes alienated from Saul. Jonathan protects David from Saul. David continues to elude Saul. Saul kills the priests at Nob. David rescues the people of Keilah. Saul continues to pursue David. David spares Saul’s life. David threatens Nabal’s life. David spares Saul’s life again. David enters Achish’s service. The End of Saul’s Reign. The Consolidation of Kingship in Israel. David’s Lament over Saul and Jonathan. David Becomes King over Judah. David Becomes King over All Israel. David Conquers Jerusalem. David Brings the Ark to Jerusalem. God Promises David an Everlasting Dynasty. The Extension of David’s Kingdom. David’s Faithfulness to His Covenant with Jonathan. David Commits Adultery and Murder. David Loses His Son Amnon. David Loses His Son Absalom. The Consolidation of Kingship in Israel. David’s Lament over Saul and Jonathan. David Becomes King over Judah. David Becomes King over All Israel. David Conquers Jerusalem. David Brings the Ark to Jerusalem. God Promises David an Everlasting Dynasty. The Extension of David’s Kingdom. David’s Faithfulness to His Covenant with Jonathan. David Commits Adultery and Murder. David Loses His Son Amnon. David Loses His Son Absalom. The Solomonic Era. Solomon’s Succession to the Throne. Solomon’s Throne Established. Solomon’s Wisdom. Solomon’s Reign Characterized. Solomon’s Building Projects. Preparation for building the temple. Building the temple. Building the palace. The temple furnishings. Dedication of the temple. The Lord’s response and warning. Solomon’s Reign Characterized. Solomon’s Folly. Solomon’s Throne Threatened. Rehoboam’s Succession to the Throne. Israel and Judah from Jeroboam. Rehoboam to Ahab. Asa. Jeroboam I of Israel. Rehoboam of Judah. Abijah of Judah. Asa of Judah. Nadab of Israel. Baasha of Israel. Elah of Israel. Zimri of Israel. Omri of Israel. Ahab of Israel. The Ministries of Elijah and Other Prophets from Ahab. Asa. Ahaziah. Jehoshaphat. Elijah and Other Prophets in the Reign of Ahab. Elijah and the drought. Elijah on Mount Carmel. Elijah’s flight to Horeb. A prophet condemns Ahab for sparing Ben-Hadad. Elijah condemns Ahab for seizing Naboth’s vineyard. Micaiah prophesies Ahab’s death. Its fulfilment. Jehoshaphat of Judah. Ahaziah of Israel. The Ministries of Elijah and Elisha during the Reigns of Ahaziah and Joram. Elijha in the Reign of Ahaziah. Elijah’s Translation; Elisha’s Inauguration. Elisha in the Reign of Joram. Elisha’s initial miraculous signs. Elisha during the campaign against Moab. Elisha’s ministry to needy ones in Israel. Elisha heals Naaman. Elisha’s deliverance of one of the prophets. Elisha’s deliverance of Joram from Aramean raiders. Aramean siege of Samaria lifted, as Elisha prophesied. The Shunammite’s land restored. Elisha prophesies Hazael’s oppression of Israel. Israel and Judah from Joram. Jehoram to the Exile of Israel. Jehoram of Judah. Ahaziah of Judah. Jehu’s Revolt and Reign in Israel. Elisha orders Jehu’s anointing. Jehu’s assassination of Joram and Ahaziah. Jehu’s execution of Jezebel. Jehu’s slaughter of Ahab’s family. Jehu’s eradication of Baal worship. Athaliah and Joash of Judah; Repair of the Temple. Jehoahaz of Israel. Jehoash of Israel. Elisha’s Last Prophecy. Amaziah of Judah. Jeroboam II of Israel. Azariah of Judah. Zechariah of Israel. Shallum of Israel. Menahem of Israel. Pekahiah of Israel. Pekah of Israel. Jotham of Judah. Ahaz of Judah. Hoshea of Israel. Exile of Israel. Resettlement of the Land. Judah from Hezekiah to the Babylonian Exile. Hezekiah. Hezekiah’s good reign. The Assyrian threat and deliverance. Hezekiah’s illness and alliance with Babylon. Manasseh. Amon. Josiah. Repair of the temple; discovery of the Book of the Law. Renewal of the covenant. end of Josiah’s reign. Jehoahaz Exiled to Egypt. Jehoiakim. First Babylonian Deportation. Jehoiachin. Second Babylonian Deportation. Zedekiah. Third Babylonian Deportation. Removal of the Remnant to Egypt. Elevation of Jehoiachin in Babylon. The Ministries of Elijah and Elisha during the Reigns of Ahaziah and Joram. Elijah in the Reign of Ahaziah. Elijah’s Translation. Elisha’s Inauguration. Elisha in the Reign of Joram. Elisha’s initial miraculous signs. Elisha during the campaign against Moab. Elisha’s ministry to needy ones in Israel. Elisha heals Naaman. Elisha’s deliverance of one of the prophets. Elisha’s deliverance of Joram from Aramean raiders. Aramean siege of Samaria lifted. As Elisha prophesied. The Shunammite’s land restored. Elisha prophesies Hazael’s oppression of Israel. Israel and Judah from Joram. Jehoram to the Exile of Israel. Jehoram of Judah. Ahaziah of Judah. Jehu’s Revolt and Reign. Elisha orders Jehu’s anointing. Jehu’s assassination of Joram and Ahaziah. Jehu’s execution of Jezebel. Jehu’s slaughter of Ahab’s family. Jehu’s eradication of Baal worship. Athaliah and Joash of Judah. Repair of the Temple. Jehoahaz of Israel. Jehoash of Israel. Elisha’s Last Prophecy. Amaziah of Judah. Jeroboam II of Israel. Azariah of Judah. Zechariah of Israel. Shallum of Israel. Menahem of Israel. Pekahiah of Israel. Pekah of Israel . Jotham of Judah. Ahaz of Judah. Hoshea of Israel. Exile of Israel. Resettlement of the Land. Judah from Hezekiah to the Babylonian Exile. Hezekiah. Hezekiah’s good reign. The Assyrian threat and deliverance. Hezekiah’s illness and alliance with Babylon. Manasseh. Amon. Josiah. Repair of the temple; discovery of the Book of the Law. Renewal of the covenant; end of Josiah’s reign. Jehoahaz Exiled to Egypt. Jehoiakim. First Babylonian Deportation. Jehoiachin. Second Babylonian Deportation. Zedekiah. Third Babylonian Deportation. Removal of the Remnant to Egypt. Elevation of Jehoiachin in Babylon. The Ministries of Elijah and Elisha during the Reigns of Ahaziah and Joram. Elijah in the Reign of Ahaziah. Elijah’s Translation. Elisha’s Inauguration. Elisha in the Reign of Joram. Elisha’s initial miraculous signs. Elisha during the campaign against Moab. Elisha’s ministry to needy ones in Israel. Elisha heals Naaman. Elisha’s deliverance of one of the prophets. Elisha’s deliverance of Joram from Aramean raiders. Aramean siege of Samaria lifted, as Elisha prophesied. The Shunammite’s land restored. Elisha prophesies Hazael’s oppression of Israel. Israel and Judah from Joram and Jehoram to the Exile of Israel. Jehoram of Judah. Ahaziah of Judah. Jehu’s Revolt and Reign. Elisha orders Jehu’s anointing. Jehu’s assassination of Joram and Ahaziah. Jehu’s execution of Jezebel. Jehu’s slaughter of Ahab’s family. Jehu’s eradication of Baal worship. Athaliah and Joash of Judah. Repair of the Temple. Jehoahaz of Israel. Jehoash of Israel. Elisha’s Last Prophecy. Amaziah of Judah. Jeroboam II of Israel. Azariah of Judah. Zechariah of Israel. Shallum of Israel. Menahem of Israel. Pekahiah of Israel. Pekah of Israel. Jotham of Judah. Ahaz of Judah. Hoshea of Israel. Exile of Israel; Resettlement of the Land. Judah from Hezekiah to the Babylonian Exile. Hezekiah. Hezekiah’s good reign. The Assyrian threat and deliverance. Hezekiah’s illness and alliance with Babylon. Manasseh. Amon. Josiah. Repair of the temple. discovery of the Book of the Law. Renewal of the covenant. end of Josiah’s reign. Jehoahaz Exiled to Egypt. Jehoiakim. First Babylonian Deportation. Jehoiachin. Second Babylonian Deportation. Zedekiah. Third Babylonian Deportation. Removal of the Remnant to Egypt. Elevation of Jehoiachin in Babylon. The Patriarchs. The 12 Sons of Jacob. Israel. The Family of Judah. The Sons of Simeon. Reuben, Gad and the Half-Tribe of Manasseh. Levi and Families. Issachar, Benjamin, Naphtali, Manasseh, Ephraim and Asher. The Reign of David. Death of Saul. Capture of Jerusalem; David’s Power Base. Return of the Ark; Establishment of David’s Kingdom. Dynastic Promise. David’s Conquests. The Census. Preparations for the Temple. Organization of the Temple Service. Administrative Structures of the Kingdom. David’s Final Preparations for Succession and the Temple. Succession of Solomon; Death of David. The Reign of Solomon. The Gift of Wisdom. Building the Temple. Dedication of the Temple. Solomon’s Other Activities. Solomon’s Wisdom, Splendor and Death. The Schism, and the History of the Kings of Judah. Rehoboam. Abijah. Asa. Jehoshaphat. Jehoram and Ahaziah. Joash. Amaziah. Uzziah. Jotham. Ahaz . Hezekiah. Manasseh. Amon. Josiah. Josiah’s Successors. Exile and Restoration. First Return of the Exiles. The edict of Cyrus. The return under Sheshbazzar. List of Returning Exiles. Revival of Temple Worship. The rebuilding of the altar. The Feast of Tabernacles. The beginning of temple reconstruction. Opposition to Rebuilding. Opposition during the reign of Cyrus. Opposition during the reign of Xerxes. Opposition during the reign of Artaxerxes. Completion of the Temple. Resumption of work under Darius. A new beginning inspired by Haggai and Zechariah. Intervention of the governor, Tattenai. Report to Darius. Search for the decree of Cyrus. Darius’s order for the rebuilding of the temple. Completion of the temple. Dedication of the temple. Celebration of Passover. Ezra’s Return and Reforms. Ezra’s Return to Jerusalem. The authorization by Artaxerxes. Ezra’s doxology. List of those returning with Ezra. The search for Levites. Prayer and fasting. The assignment of the sacred articles. The journey and arrival in Jerusalem. Ezra’s Reforms. The offense of mixed marriages. Ezra’s confession and prayer. The dissolution of mixed marriages. Nehemiah’s Response to the Situation in Jerusalem. News of the plight of Jerusalem. Nehemiah’s prayer. Nehemiah’s Journey to Jerusalem. The king’s permission. The journey itself. Nehemiah’s First Actions upon Arrival. His nocturnal inspection of the walls. His exhortation to rebuild. His response to opposition. List of the Builders of the Wall. The northern section. The western section. The southern section. The eastern section. Opposition to Rebuilding the Wall. The derision of Sanballat and Tobiah. The threat of attack. Rebuilding the wall. Social and Economic Problems. The complaints of the poor. The cancellation of debts. Nehemiah’s unselfish example. The Wall Rebuilt Despite Opposition. Attempts to snare Nehemiah. The hiring of false prophets. The completion of the wall. List of Exiles. Provisions for the protection of Jerusalem. Nehemiah’s discovery of the list of returnees. The returnees delineated. Settlement of the exiles. Ezra’s Preaching and the Outbreak of Revival. The public exposition of the Scriptures. The Feast of Tabernacles. A day of fasting, confession and prayer. A recital of God’s dealings with Israel. Confession of sins. A binding agreement. A list of those who sealed it. Provisions of the agreement. New Residents of Judah and Jerusalem. New residents for Jerusalem. Residents from Judah. From Benjamin. From the priests. From the Levites. From the temple staff. New residents for Judah. Places settled by those from Judah. Places settled by those from Benjamin. Transfer of Levites from Judah to Benjamin. Lists of Priests and the Dedication of the Wall. Priests and Levites from the first return. High priests and Levites since Joiakim. Dedication of the wall of Jerusalem. Regulation of the temple offerings and services. Nehemiah’s Second Administration. Abuses during His Absence. Mixed marriages. Tobiah’s occupation of the temple quarters. Nehemiah’s Return. His expulsion of Tobiah. Offerings for the temple staff. Abuse of the Sabbath. Mixed marriages. Provisions of wood and first fruits. The Feasts of Xerxes. Vashti Deposed. Esther Made Queen. The Feasts of Esther. Mordecai Uncovers a Plot. Haman’s Plot. Mordecai Persuades Esther to Help. Esther’s Request to the King. Esther First Banquet. Haman Hanged. Esther’s Second Banquet. The Feasts of Purim. The King’s Edict in Behalf of the Jews. The Institution of Purim. The Promotion of Mordecai. Job’s Happiness. Job’s Testing. Satan’s first accusation. Job’s faith despite loss of family and property. Satan’s second accusation. Job’s faith during personal suffering. The coming of the three friends. Job’s Opening Lament. Eliphaz. Bildad. Job’s Closing Discourse. Interlude on Wisdom. Job’s Call for Vindication. His past honor and blessing. His present dishonor and suffering. His protestations of innocence and final oath. Elihu’s Speeches. Divine Discourses. God’s first discourse. Job’s response. God’s second discourse. Job’s repentance. Job’s Restoration. The Superiority of the Way of Wisdom. Appeals and Warnings Confronting Youth. Enticements to secure happiness by violence. Warnings against rejecting wisdom. Commendation of Wisdom. Benefits of accepting wisdom’s instructions. Wisdom bestows well-being. Wisdom’s instructions and benefits. Challenge to hold on to wisdom. Warnings against Folly. Warning against adultery. Warning against perverse ways. Cost of committing adultery. Warning against the enticements of an adulteress. Appeals Addressed to Youth. Wisdom’s appeal. Invitations of wisdom and folly. The Main Collection of Solomon’s Proverbs. The Thirty Sayings of the Wise. Additional Sayings of the Wise. Hezekiah’s Collection of Solomon’s Proverbs. The Sayings of Agur. The Sayings of King Lemuel. The Ideal Wife. The Wise Man According to Proverbs. His Character. He Is Teachable, Not Intractable. He receives and loves instruction. He grows in wisdom. He Is Righteous, Not Wicked. He fears the Lord. relationship to the Lord. He hates what is false. He shuns evil. He does what is righteous. He speaks the truth. He Is Humble, Not Proud. He Is Self-controlled, Not Rash. His temperament. He is self-controlled. He has a calm spirit. He is slow to become angry. He is cautious, not hasty. He thinks before he acts. He thinks before he speaks. He Is Forgiving, Not Vindictive. He is patient. He is concerned about goodwill and peace. He forgives those who wrong him. He is not vindictive. His Relationships. To the Lord. He fears the Lord. He trusts in the Lord. He is ever mindful of the Lord. He chooses the Lord’s way and wisdom. He submits to the Lord’s discipline. He confesses his sin. To His Family. To his parents. Respects them. Listens to them. Seeks to bring them honor and joy. By being wise. By being righteous. By being diligent. To his wife. He appreciates her. As a gift from the Lord. As his crowning glory. He praises her. He trusts her. He is faithful to her. To his children. He loves them. He is concerned about them. He trains them. Reasons for training them. Own peace of mind and joy. Child’s honor and well-being. By teaching and instructing them. By disciplining them. By verbal correction. By physical discipline. Physical needs. Spiritual heritage. To His Friends and Neighbors. To his friends. He values them. He is constant to them. He gives them counsel. To his neighbors. He fulfills his obligations. He strives for peace. He does not outstay his welcome. He does not deceive or mislead them. God’s Words. The Power of God’s Words. The power of life and death. The power to heal or to wound. The Character of God’s Words. They are honest, not false. Not boastful. Not argumentative. Not contentious. Not a gossip. Revealing secrets. Spreading slander. Gentle and peaceable. Yet persuasive. Messages of Rebuke and Promise. Charges against Judah for Breaking the Covenant. The Future Discipline and Glory of Judah and Jerusalem. Jerusalem’s future blessings. The Lord’s discipline of Judah. The restoration of Zion. The Nation’s Judgment and Exile. Isaiah’s Unique Commission. Prophecies Occasioned by the Aramean and Israelite Threat against Judah. Ahaz Warned Not to Fear the Aramean and Israelite Alliance. Isaiah’s Son and David’s Son. Judgment against Israel. The Assyrian Empire and the Davidic Kingdom. The destruction of Assyria. The establishment of the Davidic king and his kingdom. Songs of joy for deliverance. Judgment against the Nations. Against Assyria and Its Ruler. Against Philistia. Against Moab. Against Aram and Israel. Against Cush. Against Egypt and Cush. Against Babylon. Against Dumah Edom. Against Arabia. Against the Valley of Vision. Jerusalem. Against Tyre. Judgment and Promise. The Lord’s Kingdom. Universal Judgments for Universal Sin. Deliverance and Blessing. Praise for the Lord’s Sovereign Care. Israel’s Enemies Punished but Israel’s Remnant Restored. Woe to Ephraim. Judah. Woe to David’s City, Jerusalem. Woe to Those Who Rely on Foreign Alliances. Woe to the Obstinate Nation. Woe to Those Who Rely on Egypt. Woe to Assyria. Blessing for God’s People. More Prophecies of Judgment and Promise. The Destruction of the Nations and the Avenging of God’s People. The Future Blessings of Restored Zion. A Historical Transition from the Assyrian Threat to the Babylonian Exile. Jerusalem Preserved from the Assyrian Threat. The siege of Jerusalem by Sennacherib and the Assyrian army. The Lord’s deliverance of Jerusalem. The Lord’s Extension of Hezekiah’s Life. The Babylonian Exile Predicted. The Book of Comfort. The Deliverance and Restoration of Israel. The Coming of the Victorious God. Unfailing Strength for the Weary Exiles. The Lord of History. Praise and Exhortation. The Regathering and Renewal of Israel. The Only God. The Lord’s Superiority over Babylon’s Gods. The Fall of Babylon. The Lord’s Exhortations to His People. The Servant’s Ministry and Israel’s Restoration. The Call and Mission of the Servant. The Repopulation of Zion. Israel’s Sin and the Servant’s Obedience. The Remnant Comforted Because of Their Glorious Prospect. The Sufferings and Glories of the Lord’s Righteous Servant. The Future Glory of Zion. The Lord’s Call to Salvation and Covenant Blessings. The Condemnation of the Wicked in Israel. Everlasting Deliverance and Everlasting Judgment. False and True Worship. Zion’s Confession and Redemption. Zion’s Peace and Prosperity. The Lord’s Favor. Zion’s Restoration and Glory. Prayer for Divine Deliverance. The Lord’s Answer. Mercy and Judgment. Judgment for False Worshipers and Blessing for True Worshipers. Call of the Prophet. Warnings and Exhortations to Judah. Temple Message. Covenant and Conspiracy. Messages concerning the Drought. Disaster and Comfort. Command to Keep the Sabbath Holy. Lessons from the Potter. Condemnation of Kings, Prophets and People. Foretelling the Babylonian Exile. Promises of Restoration. Sufferings and Persecutions of the Prophet. Burning Jeremiah’s Scroll. Imprisoning Jeremiah. The Fall of Jerusalem and Its Aftermath. Accession and Assassination of Gedaliah. Migration to Egypt. Prophecy against Those in Egypt. Promise to Baruch. Judgment against the Nations. Jerusalem’s Misery and Desolation. The Lord’s Anger against His People. Judah’s Complaint. The Contrast between Zion’s Past and Present. Judah’s Appeal to the Lord for Forgiveness and Restoration. Oracles of Judgment against Israel. Ezekiel’s Inaugural Vision. Overwhelming display of the glory of the Lord. Ezekiel’s call to be a prophet. Ezekiel’s task as watchman. Restraints on Ezekiel’s prophetic ministry. Symbolic Acts Portraying the Siege of Jerusalem. Ezekiel’s symbolic siege of Jerusalem. God’s razor of judgment at work. Oracles of Divine Judgment. Doom for the mountains of Israel. The end has come on the land. Corruption of the Temple and Its Consequences. Idolatry in the temple. Judgment on the idolaters. God’s glory departs from the temple. God’s sure judgment on Jerusalem. Those in exile to be restored. Ezekiel Symbolizes the Exile of Jerusalem. An exile’s baggage. Anxious eating. The nearness of judgment. Oracles concerning God’s Judgment on Judah. Condemnation of the false prophets. Condemnation of the idolaters. No mediators can turn back God’s judgment. Jerusalem likened to a piece of burnt vine. Jerusalem allegorized as an adulterous wife. Allegory of two eagles and a vine. The soul who sins will die. A lament over the fall of Jerusalem’s kings. Apostate Israel purged and renewed through judgment. Babylon, God’s sword of judgment. The sins for which Jerusalem is judged. Jerusalem and Samaria allegorized as adulterous sisters. Jerusalem cooked over the fire. The Death of Ezekiel’s Wife Symbolizes Jerusalem’s Fall. Oracles of Judgment against the Nations. A Prophecy against Ammon. A Prophecy against Moab. A Prophecy against Edom. A Prophecy against Philistia. A Prophecy against Tyre. Tyre’s destruction announced. A lament over Tyre. A prophecy against the king of Tyre. A Prophecy against Sidon. For Israel, a restoration. A Prophecy against Egypt. Egypt a doomed monster. Egypt a payment to Nebuchadnezzar. Laments over Egypt. The pharaoh’s arms are broken. The pharaoh a felled Lebanon cedar. Lament over the pharaoh. The pharaoh consigned to the realm of the dead. Oracles of Consolation for Israel. Renewal of Ezekiel’s Call as Watchman. Jerusalem’s Fall Reported and Its Remnant Condemned. The Lord to Be Israel’s Shepherd. A Prophecy against Edom. Israel’s Complete Restoration Announced. Israel’s Dry Bones Revived and Unity Restored. Israel’s dry bones restored to life. Again, one nation under one King. The Great Battle of the Ages. The New Order for Purified Israel. The temple area restored. The new temple. God’s glory returns to the temple. Restoration of the great altar. Restoration of the priesthood. Restoration of the theocratic order. The river of life from the temple. The twelve gates of the new city. Daniel and His Friends Are Taken Captive. The Young Men Are Faithful. The Young Men Are Elevated to High Positions. The Destinies of the Nations of the World. Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream of a Large Statue. Nebuchadnezzar’s Making of a Gold Image and His Decree That It Be Worshiped. Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream of an Enormous Tree. Belshazzar’s and Babylon’s Downfall. Daniel’s Deliverance from the Lion’s Den. Daniel’s Dream of Four Beasts. The Destiny of the Nation of Israel. Daniel’s Vision of a Ram and a Goat. Daniel’s Prayer and His Vision of the 70 Sevens. Daniel’s Vision of Israel’s Future. Revelation of things to come. Revelation from the angelic messenger. Prophecies concerning Persia and Greece. Prophecies concerning Egypt and Syria. Prophecies concerning the antichrist. Distress and deliverance. Two resurrections. Instruction to Daniel. The Unfaithful Wife and the Faithful Husband. The Children as Signs. The Unfaithful Wife. The Lord’s judgment of Israel. The Lord’s restoration of Israel. The Faithful Husband. The Unfaithful Nation and the Faithful God. Israel’s Unfaithfulness. The people’s sorrowful plea. Israel’s Punishment. The Lord’s Faithful Love. The Lord’s fatherly love. Israel’s punishment for unfaithfulness. Israel’s restoration after repentance. Judah Experiences a Foretaste of the Day of the Lord. A Call to Mourning and Prayer. The Announcement of the Day of the Lord. A Call to Repentance and Prayer. Judah Is Assured of Salvation in the Day of the Lord. The Lord’s Restoration of Judah. The Lord’s Renewal of His People. The Coming of the Day of the Lord. The nations judged. God’s people blessed. Superscription. Introduction to Amos’s Message. Oracles against the Nations, including Judah and Israel. Judgment on Aram. Judgment on Philistia. Judgment on Phoenicia. Judgment on Edom. Judgment on Ammon. Judgment on Moab. Judgment on Judah. Judgment on Israel. Ruthless oppression of the poor. Unbridled profanation of religion. Contrasted position of the Israelites. The oppressive system will perish. Oracles against Israel. Judgment on the Chosen People. God’s punishment announced. The announcement vindicated. The punishment vindicated. Judgment on an Unrepentant People. Judgment on the socialites. Perversion of religious life. Past calamities brought no repentance. No hope for a hardened people. Judgment on an Unjust People. The death dirge. Exhortation to life. Indictment of injustices. Exhortation to life. Prosperity will turn to grief. Announcements of Exile. A Message of Woe against Israel’s Perverted Religion. A Message of Woe against Israel’s Complacent Pride. A Sworn Judgment on the Proud and Unjust Nation. Visions of Divine Retribution. Judgment Relented. A swarm of locusts. A consuming fire. Judgment Unrelented. The plumb line. The vision. Amos challenged and vindicated. The basket of ripe fruit. The Lord by the altar. Restored Israel’s Blessed Future. Revival of the House of David. Restoration of Israel to an Edenic Promised Land. Title and Introduction. Judgment on Edom. Edom’s Destruction Announced. Edom’s Destruction Reaffirmed. Her crimes against Israel. The Day of the Lord. Judgment on the Nations but Deliverance for Zion. The Lord’s Kingdom Established. Jonah Flees His Mission. Jonah’s Punishment and Deliverance. Jonah Reluctantly Fulfills His Mission. Jonah’s Renewed Commission and Obedience. The Endangered Ninevites’ Repentant Appeal to the Lord. The Ninevites’ Repentance Acknowledged. Jonah’s Deliverance and Rebuke. Judgment and Restoration of Israel and Judah. Judgment on Israel and Judah. The predicted destruction. Lamentation over the destruction. Woe to oppressive land-grabbers. Condemnation of the wealthy wicked and their false prophets. Restoration of a Remnant. Indictment of Judah’s Leaders, but Future Hope for God’s People. Indictment of Judah’s Leaders. Guilty civil leaders. False prophets of peace and Micah’s response. Corrupt leaders and Zion’s fall. Future Hope for God’s People. The coming kingdom. Restoration of a remnant and Zion. From distress to deliverance. From siege to victory. From helpless ruler to ideal king. The ideal king delivers his people. The remnant among the nations. Obliteration of military might and pagan worship. God’s Charges against His People and the Ultimate Triumph of His Kingdom. God’s Charges against His People. A divine covenant lawsuit. A lament over a decadent society. The Ultimate Triumph of God’s Kingdom. A promise of restoration. A prayer, the Lord’s answer, and the response. A hymn of praise to God. Nineveh’s Judge. The Lord’s Kindness and Sternness. Nineveh’s Overthrow and Judah’s Joy. Nineveh’s Judgment. Nineveh Besieged. Nineveh’s Desolation Contrasted with Her Former Glory. Nineveh’s Total Destruction. Nineveh’s Sins. Nineveh’s Doom. Habakkuk’s First Complaint. Why does the evil in Judah go unpunished? God’s Answer. The Babylonians will punish Judah. Habakkuk’s Second Complaint. How can a just God use wicked Babylonia to punish a people more righteous than themselves? God’s Answer. Babylonia will be punished, and faith will be rewarded. Habakkuk’s Prayer. The Day of the Lord Coming on Judah and the Nations. Judgment on the Idolaters in Judah. Wailing throughout Jerusalem. The Inescapable Day of the Lord’s Wrath. God’s Judgment on the Nations. Call to Judah to Repent. Judgment on Philistia. Judgment on Moab and Ammon. Judgment on Cush. Judgment on Assyria. Judgment on Jerusalem. Jerusalem’s Refusal to Repent. Jerusalem Purged. The Call to Rebuild the Temple. The People’s Lame Excuse. The Poverty of the People. The Reason God Has Cursed Them. The Response of Zerubbabel and the People. The Leaders and Remnant Obey. The Lord Strengthens the Workers. The Temple to Be Filled with Glory. The People Encouraged. The Promise of Glory and Peace. A Defiled People Purified and Blessed. The Rapid Spread of Sin. Poor Harvests because of Disobedience. Blessing to Come as the Temple Is Rebuilt. The Promise to Zerubbabel. The Judgment of the Nations. The Significance of Zerubbabel. The Lord’s presence energizes the present work. The Lord’s presence guarantees future glory. Haggai’s first message. Resumption of the building of the temple. Haggai’s second message. Beginning of Zechariah’s preaching. Haggai’s third message. Haggai’s fourth message. Tattenai’s letter to Darius concerning the rebuilding of the Temple. Zechariah’s eight-night visions. Joshua crowned. Dedication of the temple. Zechariah’s final prophecies. God’s Faithful Covenant Love for Israel Affirmed. Israel’s Unfaithfulness Rebuked. The Unfaithfulness of the Priests. They dishonour God in their sacrifices. They do not faithfully teach the law. The Unfaithfulness of the People. The Lord’s Coming Announced. The Lord Will Come to Purify the Priests and Judge the People. A Call to Repentance in View of the Lord’s Coming. An exhortation to faithful giving. An exhortation to faithful service. The Day of the Lord Announced. Intercession for Their Spiritual Progress. Prophecy regarding the Day of the Lord. Call to Prayer. Charge to Discipline the Disorderly and Lazy. Warning against False Teachers. The Nature of the Heresy. The Purpose of the Law. The Lord’s Grace to Paul. The Purpose of Paul’s Instructions to Timothy. Instructions concerning Church Administration. Public Worship. Prayer in public worship. Women in public worship. Qualifications for Church Officers. Overseers. Deacons. Purpose of These Instructions. Instructions concerning False Teaching. False Teaching Described. Instructions concerning Different Groups in the Church. False Teachers. Love of Money. Charge to Timothy. Paul’s Concern for Timothy. Paul’s Situation. Special Instructions to Timothy. Call for Endurance. Warning about Foolish Controversies. Warning about the Last Days. Paul’s Departing Remarks. Charge to Preach the Word. Paul’s Victorious Prospect. Titus in Crete. Qualifications of Elders. Concerning False Teachers. The Foundation for Christian Living. The Duty of Titus. Concerning Believers in General. Obligations as Citizens. Motives for Godly Conduct. Thanksgiving and Prayer. Paul’s Plea for Onesimus. The Superiority of God’s New Revelation. The Superiority of Christ to Leading Figures under the Old Covenant. Christ Is Superior to the Angels. Scriptural proof of Christ superiority. Exhortation not to ignore the revelation of God in his Son. Jesus was made a little lower than the angels. Having been made like us, Jesus was enabled to save us. Christ Is Superior to Moses. Demonstration of Christ’s superiority. Exhortation to enter salvation rest. Christ Is Superior to the Aaronic Priests. Jesus is the great high priest. Qualifications of a priest. Exhortation to press on toward maturity. The certainty of God’s promise. Christ’s superior priestly order. The Superior Sacrificial Work of Our High Priest. A New Sanctuary and a New Covenant. The Old Sanctuary. The Better Sacrifice. A Call to Follow Jesus Faithfully and with Perseverance. Having Confidence to Enter the Sanctuary. A Warning against Persistence in Sin. Persevering in Faith under Pressure. Faith and its many outstanding examples. Jesus, the supreme example. Encouragement to Persevere in the Face of Hardship. Exhortation to Holy Living. Rules for Christian Living. Request for Prayer. Trials and Temptations. The Testing of Faith. The Source of Temptation. Favoritism Forbidden. Faith and Deeds. Taming the Tongue. Two Kinds of Wisdom. Warning against Worldliness. Quarrelsomeness. Spiritual Unfaithfulness. Pride. Slander. Boasting. Warning to Rich Oppressors. Concerning Patience in Suffering. Concerning Oaths. Concerning the Prayer of Faith. Concerning Those Who Wander from the Truth. Thanksgiving and Prayer for the Philippians. Paul’s Personal Circumstances. Living a Life Worthy of the Gospel. Following the Servant Attitude of Christ. Paul’s Associates in the Gospel. Timothy. Epaphroditus. Warnings against Judaizers and Antinomians. Against Judaizers or Legalists. Against Antinomians or Libertines. Exhortations concerning Various Aspects of the Christian Life. Righteousness from God. The Unrighteousness of All People. Gentiles. Jews. Righteousness Imputed. Justification. Through Christ. Received by Faith. The Fruits of Righteousness. Humanity’s Unrighteousness Contrasted with God’s Gift of Righteousness. Righteousness Imparted. Sanctification. Freedom from Sin’s Tyranny. Freedom from the Law’s Condemnation. Life in the Power of the Holy Spirit. God’s Righteousness Vindicated. The Justice of God’s Way with Israel. The Justice of God’s Rejection of Israel. God’s ultimate purpose is mercy. Righteousness Practiced. Among Weak and Strong Christians. Divisions in the Church. wrong conception of the Christian message. wrong conception of Christian ministry and ministers. wrong conception of the Christian. Moral and Ethical Disorders in the Life of the Church. Laxity in Church Discipline. Lawsuits before Non-Christian Judges. Sexual Immorality. Instruction on Marriage. The Problems of the Married. The Problems of the Unmarried. A Warning from the History of Israel. Instruction on Public Worship. Propriety in Worship. The Lord’s Supper. Spiritual Gifts. The test of the spiritual gifts. The unity of the spiritual gifts. The diversity of spiritual gifts. The necessity of exercising spiritual gifts in love. The superiority of prophecy over tongues. Rules governing public worship. Instruction on the Resurrection. The Certainty of the Resurrection. Thanksgiving for Divine Comfort in Affliction. The Integrity of Paul’s Motives and Conduct. Forgiving the Offending Party at Corinth. God’s Direction in Ministry. The Corinthian Believers, a Letter from Christ. Seeing the Glory of God with Unveiled Faces. Treasure in Clay Jars. The Prospect of Death and What It Means for the Christian. The Ministry of Reconciliation. A Spiritual Father’s Appeal to His Children. The Meeting with Titus. The Collection for the Christians at Jerusalem. Generosity Encouraged. Titus and His Companions Sent to Corinth. Results of Generous Giving. Paul’s Vindication of His Apostolic Authority. Paul’s Defence of His Apostolic Authority and the Area of His Mission. Paul Forced into Foolish Boasting. The Divine Purpose. The Glory and Headship of Christ. Prayer That Christians May Realize God’s Purpose and Power. Steps Toward the Fulfilment of God’s Purpose. Salvation of Individuals by Grace. Reconciliation of Jew and Gentile through the Cross. Uniting of Jew and Gentile in One Household. Revelation of God’s Wisdom through the Church. Prayer for Deeper Experience of God’s Fullness. Practical Ways to Fulfil God’s Purpose in the Church. Unity. Renewal of Personal Life. Husbands and wives. Children and parents. Slaves and masters. Strength in the Spiritual Conflict. Greetings. Thanksgiving. Prayer. The Supremacy of Christ. Paul’s Labor for the Church. Freedom from Human Regulations through Life with Christ. Warning to Guard against the False Teachers. Pleas to Reject the False Teachers. Heresy. Rules for Holy Living. Rules for Christian Households. Exhortation to Growth in Christian Virtues. The Divine Enablement. The Purpose and Authentication of Peter’s Message. Warning against False Teachers. The Fact of Christ’s Return. The Coming of Scoffers. The Certainty of Christ’s Return. Exhortations Based on the Fact of Christ’s Return. The Reality of the Incarnation. The Christian Life as Fellowship with the Father and the Son. Ethical Tests of Fellowship. Moral likeness. Confession of sin. Obedience. Love for fellow believers. Christological Test of Fellowship. apostates versus believers. Person of Christ: the crux of the test. key to continuing fellowship. The Christian Life as Divine Sonship. Ethical Tests of Sonship. Righteousness. Love. Christological Tests of Sonship. The Christian Life as an Integration of the Ethical and the Christological. The Ethical Test: Love. The source of love. The fruit of love. The relationship of love for God and love for one’s fellow Christian. Obedience: the evidence of love for God’s children. The Christological Test. Great Christian Certainties. Commendation of Gaius. Condemnation of Diotrephes. Exhortation to Gaius. Example of Demetrius. The Presence of Godless Apostates. Warning against the False Teachers. Historical Examples of the Judgment of Apostates. Unbelieving Israel. Angels who fell. Sodom and Gomorrah. Description of the Apostates of Jude’s Day. Jesus among the Seven Churches. The Letters to the Seven Churches. The Throne, the Scroll and the Lamb. The Throne in Heaven. The Seven-Sealed Scroll. The Lamb Slain. The Seven Seals. First Seal: The White Horse. Second Seal: The Red Horse. Third Seal: The Black Horse. Fourth Seal: The Pale Horse. Fifth Seal: The Souls under the Altar. Sixth Seal: The Great Earthquake. The Sealing of the 144,000. The Great Multitude. Seventh Seal: Silence in Heaven. The Seven Trumpets. First Trumpet: Hail and Fire Mixed with Blood. Second Trumpet: A Mountain Thrown into the Sea. Third Trumpet: The Star Wormwood. Fourth Trumpet: A Third of the Sun, Moon and Stars Struck. Fifth Trumpet: The Plague of Locusts. Sixth Trumpet: Release of the Four Angels. The Angel and the Little Scroll. The Two Witnesses. Seventh Trumpet: Judgments and Rewards. The Woman and the Dragon. The Two Beasts. The Lamb and the 144,000. The Harvest of the Earth. The Seven Bowls. The Song of Moses and the Seven Angels with the Seven Plagues. First Bowl: Ugly and Painful Sores. Second Bowl: Sea Turns to Blood. Third Bowl: Rivers and Springs of Water Become Blood. Fourth Bowl: Sun Scorches People with Fire. Fifth Bowl: Darkness. Sixth Bowl: Euphrates River Dries Up. Seventh Bowl: Tremendous Earthquake. Babylon: The Great Prostitute. The Fall of Babylon. Praise for Babylon’s Fall. Praise for the Wedding of the Lamb. The Return of Christ. The Thousand Years. Satan’s Doom. Great White Throne Judgment. New Heaven, New Earth, New Jerusalem. Praise to God for His Grace and Salvation. Exhortations to Holiness of Life. The Requirement of Holiness. The Position of Believers. Christ’s example of submission. Submission of wives to husbands. The corresponding duty of husbands. Christ’s Example. The Word Became Flesh. The Beginning of Jesus’ Ministry. John the Baptist’s Testimony about Jesus. John’s Disciples Follow Jesus. Jesus Calls Philip and Nathanael. Jesus’ Public Ministry. Changing Water into Wine. Cleansing the Temple. Jesus Teaches Nicodemus. John the Baptist’s Final Testimony about Jesus. Jesus and the Samaritans. Healing of the Official’s Son. Jesus’ Visit to Jerusalem at an Annual. Feeding the 5,000 and Jesus’ Claim to Be the Bread of Life. Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles and Disputes over Who He Is. Healing of the Man Born Blind. Jesus is the Good Shepherd. Conflict at the Feast of Dedication over Jesus’ Identity. The Raising of Lazarus. The Passion Week. The Anointing of Jesus’ Feet. Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem as King. Jesus Predicts His Death. Belief and Unbelief among the Jews. Jesus’ Farewell Discourses and Prayer. At the Last Supper. Jesus washes the disciples’ feet. Jesus predicts his betrayal. Jesus predicts Peter’s denial. Jesus comforts his disciples. Jesus is the way to the Father. Jesus promises the Holy Spirit. The vine and the branches. The world hates the disciples. The work of the Holy Spirit. The disciples’ grief will turn to joy. Jesus’ prayer. Jesus’ Betrayal and Arrest. Jesus’ Trials before Jewish and Roman Officials. Jesus’ Crucifixion. Jesus’ Death and Burial. Jesus’ Resurrection. Jesus’ Recommissioning of the Disciples. Peter and the Beginnings of the Church in the Holy Land. Christ’s resurrection ministry. The period of waiting for the Holy Spirit. The filling with the Holy Spirit. The healing of the lame man and the resultant arrest of Peter and John. The arrest of the 12 apostles. Stephen’s arrest and martyrdom. The scattering of the Jerusalem believers. Philip’s ministry. Saul’s conversion. Peter’s ministry on the Mediterranean coast. The new Gentile church in Antioch. Herod’s persecution of the church and his subsequent death. Paul and the Expansion of the Church from Antioch to Rome. Paul’s first missionary journey. Paul’s second missionary journey. Paul’s third missionary journey. Paul’s imprisonment in Jerusalem. Paul’s imprisonment in Caesarea. The Births of John the Baptist and Jesus. The Annunciations. The Birth of John the Baptist. The Birth and Childhood of Jesus. The Preparation of Jesus for His Public Ministry. Jesus Forerunner. Jesus Baptism. Jesus Genealogy. Jesus Temptation. Jesus Ministry in Galilee. The Beginning of Jesus Ministry in Galilee. The Choice of the 12 Apostles. The Sermon on the Plain. Miracles in Capernaum and Nain. The Inquiry of John the Baptist. Jesus and the Pharisees. The Parables of the Kingdom of God. Jesus Ministry in Judea. The Mission of the 72. The Lawyer and the Parable of the Good Samaritan. Jesus at Bethany with Mary and Martha. Teachings in Judea. Jesus Ministry in and around Perea. The Narrow Door. Warning concerning Herod. The Cost of Discipleship. The Parables of the Lost Sheep, the Lost Coin and the Lost Son. The Parable of the Shrewd Manager. The Rich Man and Lazarus. Ten Healed of Leprosy. The Coming of the Kingdom of God. The Persistent Widow. The Pharisee and the Tax Collector. Jesus and the Children. The Rich Young Ruler. Christ Foretells His Death. A Blind Beggar Given His Sight. Jesus and Zacchaeus. The Parable of the Ten Minas. Jesus Last Days, Sacrifice and Triumph. The Triumphal Entry. The Cleansing of the Temple. The Olivet Discourse. The Last Supper. Jesus Praying in Gethsemane. Jesus’ Arrest. Jesus on Trial. The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Ascension of Jesus Christ. Paul’s Gospel Was Received by Special Revelation. The Galatians’ Experience of the Gospel. The Curse of the Law. The Purpose of the Law. Sons, Not Slaves. The Danger of Turning Back. Appeal to Embrace the Freedom of God’s Children. God’s Children Are Children of the Free Woman. Life by the Spirit, Not by the Flesh. The Thanksgiving for the Thessalonians. The Exhortations to the Thessalonians. Concerning the Coming of Christ Jesus. The Beginnings of Jesus’ Ministry. Jesus’ Ministry in Galilee. Call of the first disciples. Miracles in Capernaum. Preaching and healing in Galilee. Ministry in Capernaum. Sabbath controversy. Later Galilean Ministry. Choosing the 12 apostles. Teachings in Capernaum. Parables of the kingdom. Calming the Sea of Galilee. Healing a demon-possessed man. Unbelief in Jesus’ hometown. Six apostolic teams preach and heal in Galilee. King Herod’s reaction to Jesus’ ministry. Mount of Transfiguration. Jesus Final Ministry in Galilee. Jesus’ Ministry in Judea and Perea. Restoration of Bartimaeus’s Sight. The Passion of Jesus. The Triumphal Entry. The Clearing of the Temple. Signs of the End of the Age. The Anointing of Jesus. The Lord’s Supper. The Arrest, Trial and Death of Jesus. The Resurrection of Jesus. The Birth and Early Years of Jesus. Jesus Genealogy. Jesus Birth. Jesus Sojourn in Egypt. The Beginnings of Jesus’ Ministry. Jesus Forerunner. Jesus Baptism. Temptation of Jesus Christ. Jesus’ Ministry in Galilee. The Beginning of the Galilean Campaign. The Sermon on the Mount. The Commissioning of the 12 Apostles. Ministry throughout Galilee. The Parables of the Kingdom. Herod’s Reaction to Jesus’ Ministry. Jesus’ Withdrawals from Galilee. Jesus’ Last Ministry in Galilee. Prediction of Jesus’ Death. Temple Tax. Jesus’ Ministry in Judea and Perea. Teaching concerning Divorce. Teaching concerning Little Children. The Rich Young Man. The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard. Prediction of Jesus’ Death. Passion Week. The Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem as King. The Cleansing of the Temple. The Olivet Discourse. The Anointing of Jesus’ Feet. The Arrest, Trials and Death of Jesus. The Resurrection. Jesus’ Encounter with the Women. The Great Commission. Let there be light. Forbidden fruit. By the sweat of your brow. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Am I my brother’s keeper? The land of Nod. As old as Methuselah. Fire and brimstone. Philistine. Land of milk and honey. Of biblical proportions. An eye for an eye, a tooth for tooth. Golden calf. Scapegoat. Man does not live by bread alone. Apple of my eye. A man after my own heart. How the mighty have fallen. Put words in one’s mouth. Be a man. Jezebel. Put your house in order. Nothing but skin and bones. By the skin of your teeth. The root of the matter. Weighed in the balance. Behemoth. Broken heart. Bite the dust. Wits’ end. Spare the rod, spoil the child. Pride comes before a fall. There’s nothing new under the sun. For everything there is a season. Eat, drink, and be merry. Fly in the ointment. A little birdie told me. Four corners of the earth. Drop in a bucket. See eye to eye. No rest for the wicked. Rise and shine. Like a lamb led to the slaughter. Can a leopard change his spots? Sour grapes. Feet of clay. Writing is on the wall. Ends of the earth. Baptism of fire. Salt of the earth. Go the extra mile. To cast pearls before swine. Straight and narrow. Wolves in sheep’s clothing. A house divided against itself cannot stand. Fall by the wayside. The blind leading the blind. Sign of the times. Flesh and blood. Cross to bear. Move mountains. Millstone around your neck. What God has joined together, let no one separate. The eleventh hour. Many are called, but few are chosen. Kiss of death. He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword. Wash your hands off the matter. Head on a platter. Good Samaritan. O ye, of little faith. Give up the ghost. Throw the first stone. The truth will set you free. Better to give than receive. A law unto themselves. The powers that be. Twinkling of an eye. Letter of the law. Fall from grace. Reap what you sow. Labour of love. The love of money is the root of all evil. Fight the good fight. Armageddon.. Aaron. Aaronites. Abaddon. Abagtha. Abana. Abarim. Abase. Abased. Abasing. Abated. Abba. Abda. Abdeel. Abdi. Abdiel. Abdon. Abednego. Abel. Abelbethmaachah. Abelmaim. Abelmeholah. Abelmizraim. Abelshittim. Abez. Abhor. Abhorred. Abhorrest. Abhorreth. Abhorring. Abi. Abia. Abiah. Abialbon. Abiasaph. Abiathar. Abib. Abida. Abidan. Abide. Abideth. Abiding. Abiel. Abiezer. Abiezrite. Abiezrites. Abigail. Abihail. Abihu. Abihud. Abijah. Abijam. Abilene. Ability. Abimael. Abimelech. Abinadab. Abinoam. Abiram. Abishag. Abishai. Abishalom. Abishua. Abishur. Abital. Abitub. Abiud. Abjects. Able. Abner. Aboard. Abode. Abodest. Abolish. Abolished. Abominable. Abominably. Abomination. Abominations. Abound. Abounded. Aboundeth. Abounding. Abraham. Abram. Abroad. Absalom. Absence. Absent. Abstain. Abstinence. Abundance. Abundant. Abundantly. Abuse. Abused. Abusers. Abusing. Accad. Accept. Acceptable. Acceptably. Acceptance. Acceptation. Accepted. Acceptest. Accepteth. Accepting. Access. Accho. Accompanied. Accompany. Accompanying. Accomplish. Accomplished. Accomplishing. Accomplishment. Accord. Accordingly. Account. Accounted. Accounting. Accounts. Accursed. Accusation. Accuse. Accused. Accuser. Accusers. Accuseth. Accusing. Accustomed. Aceldama. Achaia. Achaicus. Achan. Achar. Achaz. Achbor. Achim. Achish. Achmetha. Achor. Achsah. Achshaph. Achzib. Acknowledge. Acknowledged. Acknowledgeth. Acknowledging. Acquaint. Acquaintance. Acquainted. Acquainting. Acquit. Acre. Acres. Act. Actions. Activity. Acts. Adadah. Adah. Adaiah. Adalia. Adam. Adamah. Adamant. Adami. Adar. Adbeel. Add. Addan. Addar. Added. Adder. Addeth. Addi. Addicted. Addition. Additions. Addon. Ader. Adiel. Adin. Adina. Adino. Adithaim. Adjure. Adjured. Adlai. Admah. Admatha. Administered. Administration. Administrations. Admiration. Admired. Admonish. Admonished. Admonishing. Admonition. Adna. Adnah. Ado. Adonibezek. Adonijah. Adonikam. Adoniram. Adonizedek. Adoption. Adoraim. Adoram. Adorn. Adorned. Adorneth. Adorning. Adrammelech. Adramyttium. Adria. Adriel. Adullam. Adullamite. Adulterer. Adulterers. Adulteress. Adulteresses. Adulteries. Adulterous. Adultery. Adummim. Advanced. Advantage. Advantaged. Advantageth. Adventure. Adventured. Adversaries. Adversary. Adversities. Adversity. Advertise. Advice. Advise. Advised. Advisement. Advocate. Aeneas. Aenon. Afar. Affairs. Affect. Affected. Affecteth. Affection. Affectionately. Affectioned. Affections. Affinity. Affirm. Affirmed. Afflict. Afflicted. Afflictest. Affliction. Afflictions. Affording. Affright. Affrighted. Afoot. Afore. Aforehand. Aforetime. Afraid. Afresh. Afternoon. Afterward. Agabus. Agag. Agagite. Agar. Agate. Agates. Age. Aged. Agee. Ages. Ago. Agony. Agree. Agreed. Agreement. Agreeth. Agrippa. Aground. Ague. Agur. Aha. Ahab. Aharah.Aharhel. Ahasai. Ahasbai. Ahasuerus. Ahava. Ahaz. Ahaziah. Ahban. Aher. Ahi. Ahiah. Ahiam. Ahian. Ahiezer. Ahihud. Ahijah. Ahikam. Ahilud. Ahimaaz. Ahiman.