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The Apostle John wrote this last letter from
the island of Patmos. It presents the Revelation of Jesus
Christ and things that must soon take place.
It is believed Jude was Christ’s half-brother.
He lived and wrote at a time when Christianity was under
John’s message says that believers are not to imitate evil but good, and
that whoever does good is from God.
This short, second letter from John was
written to the early church as a warning against worldly
The Apostle John was an old man when he
wrote this letter. John encouraged his readers to consider
Jesus Christ suffered for us, leaving us an
example so that we might follow in His steps and rejoice
in suffering for His name’s sake.
James wrote his letter to Jewish believers
who were living in Gentile lands.
The book of Hebrews presents Jesus Christ
as the perfect High Priest, the Son of God, and the promised
Paul wrote this letter to Philemon on behalf
of Philemon’s runaway slave, Onesimus.
Paul wrote this letter to Titus, who was ministering
on the island of Crete, because he had heard that
false teachers were deceiving the church there.
Paul wrote this last letter from prison in
Rome. He knew as he wrote it that he would die very
Paul wrote this letter to “Timothy, a true
son in the faith.”
This second letter to the church at Thessalonica
was written during a time of great persecution.
The believers at Thessalonica were young in their
faith, and Paul wrote to encourage them to persevere
in the gospel.
This letter provides the fullest presentation
of Jesus Christ and His work on earth.
The letter to the Philippians was written to
encourage the church at Philippi. Paul thanked them for
their generosity toward him in a time of need.
Ephesians was written to encourage the
believers at Ephesus.
The letter to the Galatians was written to
Jews and Gentiles who had come to faith in Jesus Christ.
False apostles and teachers were determined
to preach a new and untrue gospel to the church
The church in Corinth was struggling to separate themselves
from the sins and worldliness they saw around
them every day.
The Apostle Paul wrote the book of Romans.
The book of Acts tells the history of the
John had a primary purpose—to display Jesus’
identity as God.
In this Gospel,
we see how much Jesus loved sinners and those who
were hated, ignored, and avoided.
Mark’s gospel is a narrative full of action that tells of
Jesus’ life and journeys.
Because Matthew was a Jew, this book tells of Jesus from a Jewish perspective.
There were about 400 years between the prophecies of
Malachi and the opening of the New Testament. These are
called “silent years.”
The book of Malachi is
the last book of the Old Testament.
God’s message through Zechariah
was a message of great hope.
Haggai spoke his message to the Jews after
they returned to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple of God
that had been destroyed by the Babylonians.
Zephaniah prophesied during the reign of
King Josiah in Judah. His message was severe.
In this book, we see Habakkuk crying out
to God asking, “Why?”
God sent Nahum to tell the wicked Assyrians that they
would be destroyed because of their cruelty, sin, and idolatry.
The prophet Micah told the people that
God’s judgment would come because of their idolatry,
false teachers, and mistreatment of the poor.
God called Jonah to preach to the wicked
and pagan city of Nineveh, the capital of the nation of
Obadiah was a prophet who prophesied to an
Have you ever wondered if Adam or Eve stepped on an ant and killed it before the Fall?
The prophet Amos was a simple shepherd
called by God to speak to the northern kingdom of Israel.
Joel warned that the day of the Lord—a day of God’s wrath and judgment—would come.
The book of Hosea parallels a man’s love and faithfulness to his unfaithful
wife with God’s love and faithfulness to His unfaithful
Daniel was exiled to Babylon along with his
friends. God blessed him, and he was moved into King
Ezekiel was called by God in a supernatural
and amazing vision that displayed God’s greatness.
Jeremiah is known as the “weeping prophet.” The destruction
he saw in Judah broke his heart.
God sent the prophet Jeremiah to the nation
of Judah to warn them that their idolatry, backsliding,
and disobedience would be judged by the holy God.
Isaiah was a faithful and bold prophet of
God has given a precious gift in marriage.
It is to be respected, honored, and enjoyed between one
man and one woman for life.
In the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon, the
king of great wisdom and wealth, revealed that the things
of the world are empty, hollow, and without meaning.
In the book of Proverbs, Solomon taught
that the wisdom we need to seek is wisdom we can receive from God.
Psalms is a book of prayers and hymns
meant to draw our attention from ourselves and to our