How to Read the Bible in Chronological Order

This is the typically agreed upon order of chronological events as they were depicted in the Christian Bible. Some chapters, especially from books like Psalms, are placed in certain locations based on their relevance or relationship to the message from the chapters that surround them. Reading each chapter or set of verses in this order provides a new perspective on the events as well as clarity as to how they all fit together into a singular narrative.

[Notes: Chapters in RED appear in the Catholic & Orthodox Deuterocanonical Books. Chapters in GREEN appear in the Orthodox Deuterocanonical books only. Due to their more obscure nature, I have placed them in the timeline to the best of my abilities based on when they are estimated to have been authored and the events depicted within. The Book of Job was suggested for this placement by several sources of chronology; it is believed to be one of the oldest Biblical texts, and Job lived sometime after the flood, but Before Abraham. For a list that includes the “lost books” and other texts, go here. If you have additional information or suggestions about the placement of any material, let me know!]

Creation Era: 4246-2211 BC

  • Genesis 1 – The Creation & First Sabbath
  • Genesis 2 – The Garden of Eden
  • Genesis 3 – The Fall of Man – The First Sin & Its Punishment
  • Genesis 4
    • 1-16 – Cain Murders Abel
    • 17-26 – Beginnings of Civilization
  • Genesis 5 – From Adam to Noah
  • Genesis 6
    • 1-8 – The Wickedness of Humankind
    • 9-22 – Noah Pleases God
  • Genesis 7 – The Great Flood
  • Genesis 8 – The Flood Subsides
  • Genesis 9 – Covenant of the Rainbow
  • Genesis 10 – Nations Descended from Noah
  • Genesis 11
    • 1-9 – The Tower of Babel
    • 10-26 – Descendants of Shem
    • 27-32 – Descendants of Terah

Job’s Suffering & Faith: Approx 2100 BC

  • Job 1
    • 1-5 – Job & His Family
    • 6-12 – Attack on Job’s Character
    • 13-22 – Job Loses Property & Children
  • Job 2
    • 1-10 – Attack on Job’s Health
    • 11-13 – Job’s Three Friends
  • Job 3 – Job Curses the Day He Was Born
  • Job 4 – Eliphaz Speaks: Job Has Sinned
  • Job 5 – Job is Corrected by God
  • Job 6 – Job Replies: My Complaint is Just
  • Job 7 – Job: My Suffering is Without End
  • Job 8 – Bildad Speaks: Job Should Repent
  • Job 9 – Job Replies: There is No Mediator
  • Job 10 – Job: I Loathe My Life
  • Job 11 – Zophar Speaks: Job’s Guilt Deserves Punishment
  • Job 12 – Job Replies: I Am a Laughingstock
  • Job 13 – Job’s Despondent Prayer
  • Job 14 – Job’s Prayer Continued
  • Job 15 – Eliphaz Speaks: Job Undermines Religion
  • Job 16 – Job Reaffirms His Innocence
  • Job 17 – Job Prays for Relief
  • Job 18 – Bildad Speaks: God Punishes the Wicked
  • Job 19 – Job Replies: I Know that My Redeemer Lives
  • Job 20 – Zophar Speaks: Wickedness Receives Just Retribution
  • Job 21 – Job Replies: The Wicked Often Go Unpunished
  • Job 22 – Eliphaz Speaks: Job’s Wickedness is Great
  • Job 23 – Job Replies: My Complaint is Bitter
  • Job 24 – Job Complains of Violence on Earth
  • Job 25 – Bildad Speaks: How Can a Mortal Be Righteous Before God?
  • Job 26 – Job Replies: God’s Majesty is Unsearchable
  • Job 27 – Job Maintains His Integrity
  • Job 28 – Interlude: Where Wisdom is Found
  • Job 29 – Job Finishes His Defense
  • Job 30 – Job’s Defense Continued
  • Job 31 – Job’s Defense Continued
  • Job 32 – Elihu Rebukes Job’s Friends
  • Job 33 – Elihu Rebukes Job
  • Job 34 – Elihu Proclaims God’s Justice, Goodness, & Majesty
  • Job 35 – Elihu Condemns Self-Righteousness
  • Job 36
    • 1-24 – Elihu Exalts God’s Goodness
    • 25-33 – Elihu Proclaims God’s Majesty
  • Job 37 – Elihu Exalting God Continued
  • Job 38 – God Humbles Job
  • Job 39 – God Humbles Job Continued
  • Job 40 – God’s Challenge to Job
  • Job 41 – God’s Challenge Continued
  • Job 42
    • 1-6 – Job is Humbled & Satisfied
    • 7-9 – Job’s Friends Are Humiliated
    • 10-17 – Job’s Fortunes Are Restored Twofold

Patriarch Era: 2091-1806 BC

  • Genesis 12
    • 1-9 – God Sends Abram to Egypt (2091 BC)
    • 10-20 – Abram & Sarai in Egypt (2090 BC)
  • Genesis 13
    • 1-14 – Abram and Lot Part Ways (2085 BC)
    • 15 – 18 – Abram Promised Many Descendants (2085 BC)
  • Genesis 14 – Abram Rescues Lot (2084 BC)
    • 1-16 – Lot’s Captivity & Rescue
    • 17-24 – Abram Blessed by Melchizedek
  • Genesis 15 – God’s Covenant with Abram (2081 BC)
  • Genesis 16
    • 1-14 – Sarai & Hagar (2081 BC)
    • 15 – 16 – Ishmael is Born (2080 BC)
  • Genesis 17 – The Sign of the Covenant (2067 BC)
  • Genesis 18
    • 1-15 – God Promises the Birth of Isaac (2067 BC)
    • 16-33 – Judgment Pronounced on Sodom (2067 BC)
  • Genesis 19
    • 1-11 – The Depravity of Sodom (2067 BC)
    • 12-29 – Sodom & Gomorrah Destroyed (2067 BC)
    • 30-38 – The Shameful Origin of Moab & Ammon (2067)
  • Genesis 20 – Abraham, Sarah, & Abimelech (2067 BC)
  • Genesis 21
    • 1-7 – Isaac Born (2066 BC)
    • 8-21 – Hagar & Ishmael Sent Away (2064 BC)
    • 22-Treaty at Beer-Sheba (2057 BC)
  • Genesis 22 – The Offering of Isaac (2054 BC)
  • Genesis 23 – Death & Burial of Sarah (2030 BC)
  • Genesis 24 – Isaac Marries Rebekah (2026 BC)
  • Genesis 25
    • 1-6 – Abraham Marries Keturah (2006 BC)
    • 19-28 – Birth of Jacob & Esau (2006 BC)
    • 7-11 – Death of Abraham (1991 BC)
    • 12-18 – Ishmael’s Descendants (1991 BC)
    • 29-34 – Esau Sells Birthright (1978 BC)
  • Genesis 26 – Isaac & Abimelech (1977 BC)
  • Genesis 27
    • 1-29 – Jacob Gets Isaac’s Blessing (1929 BC)
    • 30-40 – Esau’s Lost Blessing (1929 BC)
    • 41-46 – Jacob Escapes Esau’s Fury (1929)
  • Genesis 28
    • 1-5 – Jacob Flees to Laban (1928 BC)
    • 6-9 – Esau Marries Ishmael’s Daughter (1928 BC)
    • 10-22 – Jacob’s Vision of the Ladder at Bethel (1928 BC)
  • Genesis 29
    • 1-14 – Jacob Serves Laban (1928 BC)
    • 15-35 – Jacob Marries Rachel (1921 BC)
  • Genesis 30
    • 1-13 – Jacob & His Sons (1921 BC)
    • 14-24 – Rachel Bears Joseph (1916 BC)
    • 25-43 – Jacob Prospers at Laban’s Expense (1915 BC)
  • Genesis 31
    • 1-21 – Jacob Flees with Family & Flocks (1908 BC)
    • 22-42 – Laban Overtakes Jacob (1908 BC)
    • 43-55 – Laban & Jacob Make a Covenant (1908 BC)
  • Genesis 32 – Jacob Wrestles with God/Angel (1906 BC)
    • 1-21 – Jacob Sends Presents to Appease Esau (1906 BC)
    • 22-32 – Jacob Wrestles at Peniel (1906 BC)
  • Genesis 33 – Jacob Meets Esau & Settles in Shechem (1906 BC)
  • Genesis 34 – Shechem Rapes Dinah (1906 BC)
  • Genesis 35
    • Jacob Returns to Bethel (1906 BC)
    • Jacob is Renamed Israel (1906 BC)
    • Rachel Dies (1903 BC)
  • Genesis 36 – Descendants of Esau and the Clans & Kinds of Edom (1906 BC)
  • Genesis 37
    • 1-11 – Joseph’s Dreams & Betrayal (1898 BC)
    • 12-36 – Joseph Sold Into Slavery (1898 BC)
  • Genesis 38 – Tamar Deceives Judah (1898 BC)
  • Genesis 39
    • Joseph Prospers Under Potiphar (1898 BC)
    • Potiphar’s Wife Accuses Joseph (1889 BC)
    • Joseph Imprisoned (1889 BC)
  • Genesis 40 – The Cupbearer and the Baker Dreams (1887 BC)
  • Genesis 41
    • 1-36 – Joseph Interprets Pharaoh’s Dreams (1886 BC)
    • 37-45 – Joseph Put in Charge (1886 BC)
    • 46-52 – Seven Years of Plenty (1886 BC)
    • 53-57 – Famine Begins (1875 BC)
  • Genesis 42
    • 1-25 – Joseph’s Brothers Sent to Egypt (1875 BC)
    • 26-38 – Joseph’s Brothers Return to Canaan (1875 BC)
  • Genesis 43 – The Brothers Come Again, Bringing Benjamin (1875 BC)
  • Genesis 44
    • 1-17 – Joseph Detains Benjamin (1875 BC)
    • 18-33 – Judah Pleads for Benjamin’s Release (1875 BC)
  • Genesis 45 – Joseph Reveals His Identity; Sends for Jacob (1875 BC)
  • Genesis 46 – Jacob & Family to Egypt (1875 BC)
  • Genesis 47 –
    • 1-12 – Jacob to Goshen (1875 BC)
    • 13-26 – The Famine in Egypt; Joseph Buys Land for Pharaoh (1870 BC)
    • 27-31 – The Last Days of Jacob (1859 BC)
  • Genesis 48 – Jacob Blesses Joseph’s Sons (1859 BC)
  • Genesis 49 – Jacob’s Blessing & Death (1859 BC)
  • Genesis 50
    • 1-14 – The Burial of Jacob (1859 BC)
    • 15-21 – Joseph Forgives His Brothers (1859 BC)
    • 22-26 – The Death of Joseph (1806 BC)

Exodus Era: 1800-1406 BC

  • Exodus 1
    • Jacob’s Family Stays in Egypt (1800 BC)
    • Israelites Multiply in Egypt (1700 BC)
    • Israelites Oppressed by New King (1600 BC)
    • Pharaoh’s Order to Kill Firstborn (1539 BC)
  • Exodus 2
    • 1-10 – The Birth & Adoption of Moses (1525 BC)
    • 11-22 – Moses Flees Into Midian (1486 BC)
    • 23-25 – Israelites in Slavery (1446 BC)
    • Psalm 88 – Deepest Distress (Exodus 2:25)
  • Exodus 3
    • 1-12 – Moses & the Burning Bush (1446 BC)
    • 13-22 – The Divine Name Revealed (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 4
    • 1-17 – Moses’ Miraculous Power (1446 BC)
    • 18-31 – Moses Returns to Egypt (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 5 – Unsuccessful Attempts to Deliver (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 6
    • 1-13 – Israel’s Deliverance Assured (1446 BC)
    • 14-27 – The Genealogy of Moses & Aaron (1446 BC)
    • 28-30 – Moses & Aaron Obey God’s Commands (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 7
    • 1-7 – Moses is God to Pharaoh; Aaron Is His Prophet (1446 BC)
    • 8-13 – Aaron’s Miraculous Rod (1446 BC)
    • 14-25 – The First Plague: Water Turned to Blood (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 8
    • 1-15 – The Second Plague: Frogs (1446 BC)
    • 16-19 – The Third Plague: Gnats (1446 BC)
    • 20-32 – The Fourth Plague: Flies (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 9
    • 1-7 – The Fifth Plague: Livestock Diseased (1446 BC)
    • 8-12 – The Sixth Plague: Boils
    • 13-35 – The Seventh Plague: Thunder & Hail
  • Exodus 10
    • 1-20 – The Eighth Plague: Locusts (1446 BC)
    • 21-29 – The Ninth Plague: Darkness (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 11 – Warning of the Final Plague (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 12
    • 1-27 – The First Passover Instituted (1446 BC)
    • 29-32 – The Tenth Plague: Death of the Firstborn (1446 BC)
    • 33-42 – The Exodus: From Rameses to Succoth (1446 BC)
    • 43-50 – Directions for the Passover (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 13 – The Exodus Begins (Ch. 13-18) (1446 BC)
    • 1-10 – The Festival of Unleavened Bread (1446 BC)
    • 11-16 – The Consecration of the Firstborn (1446 BC)
    • 11-22 – The Pillars of Cloud & Fire (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 14
    • 1-25 – Crossing the Red (Reed) Sea (1446 BC)
    • 26-31 – The Pursuers Drowned (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 15
    • 1-19 – The Song of Moses (1446 BC)
    • 20-21 – The Song of Miriam (1446 BC)
    • 22-27 – Bitter Water Made Sweet (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 16 – The Manna & the Quail (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 17
    • 1-7 – Water from the Rock (1446 BC)
    • 8-16 – Amalek Attacks Israel & is Defeated (1446)
  • Exodus 18 – Basic Administrative Structure (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 19 – The Israelites at Mount Sinai (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 20 – Moses Receives the Commandments (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 21 – Moses Receives the Law (Ch. 21-24) (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 22 – Laws on Society (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 23 – Laws on Justice & Neighborliness (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 24 – Laws on Sacred Seasons (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 25 – Preparations for the Tabernacle (1446 BC)
    • 1-9 – Offerings for the Tabernacle (1446 BC)
    • 10-22 – The Ark of the Covenant(1446 BC)
    • 23-30 – The Table for the Bread of the Presence (1446 BC)
    • 31-40 – The Lampstand (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 26
    • 1-14 – The Tabernacle (1446 BC)
    • 15-30 – The Framework (1446 BC)
    • 31-37 – The Curtain (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 27
    • 1-8 – The Altar of Burnt Offering (1446 BC)
    • 9-19 – The Court and Its Hanging (1446 BC)
    • 20-21 – The Oil for the Lamp (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 28
    • 1-5 – Vestments for the Priesthood (1446 BC)
    • 6-14 – The Ephod (1446 BC)
    • 15-30 – The Breastplate (1446 BC)
    • 31-43 – Other Priestly Vestments (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 29
    • 1-37 – The Ordination of Priests (1446 BC)
    • 38-46 – The Daily Offerings (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 30
    • 1-10 – The Altar of Incense (1446 BC)
    • 11-16 – The Half Shekel for the Sanctuary (1446 BC)
    • 17-21 – The Bronze Basin (1446 BC)
    • 22-38 – The Anointing Oil & Incense (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 31
    • 1-11 – Bezalel & Oholiab (1446 BC)
    • 12-17 – The Sabbath Law (1446 BC)
    • 18: The Two Tablets of the Covenant (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 32 – The Golden Calf & Moses’ Anger (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 33
    • 1-6 – The Command to Leave Sinai (1446 BC)
    • 7-11 – The Tent Outside the Camp (1446 BC)
    • 12-23 – Moses’ Intercession (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 34
    • 1-9 – Moses Makes New Tablets (1446 BC)
    • 10-28 – The Covenant Renewed (1446 BC)
    • 29-35 – The Shining Face of Moses (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 35
    • 1-3 – Sabbath Regulations
    • 4-19 – Preparations for Making the Tabernacle (1446 BC)
    • 20-29 – Offerings for the Tabernacle (1446 BC)
    • 30-34 – Bezalel & Oholiab (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 36
    • 1-7 – Bezalel & Oholiab (1446 BC)
    • 8-38 – Construction of the Tabernacle (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 37
    • 1-9 – Making the Ark of the Covenant (1446 BC)
    • 10-16 – Making the Table for the Bread of the Presence (1446 BC)
    • 17-24 – Making the Lampstand (1446 BC)
    • 25-28 – Making the Altar of Incense (1446 BC)
    • 29: Making the Anointing Oil & Incense (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 38
    • 1-8 – Making the Altar of Burnt Offering (1446 BC)
    • 9-20 – Making the Court of the Tabernacle (1446 BC)
    • 21-29 – Materials of the Tabernacle (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 39
    • 1-31 – Making the Vestments for the Priesthood (1446 BC)
    • 32-43 – The Work Completed (1446 BC)
  • Exodus 40 – The Tabernacle is Erected & Filled (1445 BC)

  • Leviticus 1 – The Burnt Offering (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 2 – Grain Offerings (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 3 – Offerings of Well-Being (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 4 – Sin Offerings (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 5
    • 1-13 – Sin Offerings (1445 BC)
    • 14-19 – Offerings with Restitution (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 6 – Instructions Concerning Sacrifices (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 7 – Further Instructions (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 8 – The Rites of Ordination (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 9 – Aaron’s Priesthood Inaugurated (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 10 – The Sin & Death of Nadab and Abihu (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 11 – Clean & Unclean Food (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 12 – Purification After Childbirth (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 13
    • 1-46 – Regulations About Defiling Skin Disease (1445 BC)
    • 47-59 – Regulations About Defiling Molds (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 14
    • 1-32 – Cleansing from Defiling Skin Diseases (1445 BC)
    • 33-56 – Cleansing from Defiling Molds (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 15 – Discharges Causing Uncleanliness (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 16 – The Day of Atonement (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 17 – Eating Blood Forbidden (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 18 – Unlawful Sexual Relations (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 19 – Miscellaneous Laws (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 20 – Punishments & Regulations (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 21 – Rules for Priests (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 22 – Acceptable & Unacceptable Sacrifices (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 23 – Holy Practices – Feasts & Sabbaths (1445 BC)
    • 1-2: The Appointed Festivals (1445 BC)
    • 3 – The Sabbath (1445 BC)
    • 4-8 – The Passover & the Festival of Unleavened Bread (1445 BC)
    • 9-14 – Offering the Firstfruits (1445 BC)
    • 15-22 – The Festival of Weeks (1445 BC)
    • 23-25 – The Festival of Trumpets (1445 BC)
    • 26-32 – The Day of Atonement (1445 BC)
    • 33-44 – The Festival of Tabernacles (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 24
    • 1-9 – Olive Oil & Bread Set Before the Lord (1445 BC)
    • 10-23 – A Blasphemer Put to Death (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 25 – The Sabbath Year & The Year of Jubilee (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 26
    • 1-13 – Reward for Obedience (1445 BC)
    • 14-46 – Punishment for Disobedience (1445 BC)
  • Leviticus 27 – Redeeming What is the Lord’s (1445 BC)

  • Numbers 1 – The Census (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 2 – The Arrangement of the Tribal Camps (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 3 – The Levites (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 4
    • 1-20 – The Kohathites (1445 BC)
    • 21-28 – The Gershonites (1445 BC)
    • 29-33 – The Mararites (1445 BC)
    • 34-48 – The Numbering of the Levite Clans (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 5
    • 1-4 – The Purity of the Camp (1445 BC)
    • 5-10 – Restitution for Wrongs (1445 BC)
    • 11-31 – The Test for an Unfaithful Wife (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 6
    • 1-21 – The Nazirite (1445 BC)
    • 22-27 – The Priestly Blessing (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 7 – Offerings at the Dedication of the Tabernacle (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 8
    • 1-4 – Setting Up the Lamps (1445 BC)
    • 5-25 – The Setting Apart of the Levites (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 9
    • 1-14 – The Passover (1445 BC)
    • 15-23 – The Cloud Above the Tabernacle (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 10
    • 1-10 – The Silver Trumpets (1445 BC)
    • 11-36 – The Israelites Leave Sinai (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 11
    • 1-3 – Fire from the Lord (1445 BC)
    • 4-35 – Quail from the Lord (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 12 – Miriam & Aaron Oppose Moses (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 13 – The Twelve Spies (1445 BC)
    • 1-25 – Exploring Canaan (1445 BC)
    • 26-33 – Report on the Exploration (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 14 – People Rebel at the Spies Report (1445 BC)
    • Psalm 90 – The Psalm of Moses aka Psalm of Death (Num. 14:45)
  • Numbers 15
    • 1-21 – Supplementary Offerings (1445 BC)
    • 22-31 – Offerings for Unintentional Sins (1445 BC)
    • 32-36 – The Sabbath-Breaker Put to Death (1445 BC)
    • 37-41 – Tassels on Garments (1445 BC)
  • Numbers 16 – Korah’s Rebellion (1426 BC)
  • Numbers 17 – Aaron’s Staff Buds (1426 BC)
  • Numbers 18
    • 1-7 – Duties of Priests & Levites (1426 BC)
    • 8-32 – Offerings for Priests & Levites (1426 BC)
  • Numbers 19 – The Water of Cleansing (1426 BC)
  • Numbers 20
    • 1-13 – Water from the Rock (1407 BC)
    • 14-21 – Edom Denies Israel Passage (1407 BC)
    • 22-29 – The Death of Aaron (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 21
    • 1-3 – Arad Destroyed (1407 BC)
    • 4-9 – The Bronze Snake (1407 BC)
    • 10-20 – The Journey to Moab (1407 BC)
    • 21-35 – Defeat of Sihon & Og (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 22
    • 1-20 – Balak Summons Balaam (1407 BC)
    • 21-41 – Balaam’s Donkey (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 23
    • 1-12 – Balaam’s First Message (1407 BC)
    • 13-26 – Balaam’s Second Message (1407 BC)
    • 27-30 – Balaam’s Third Message (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 24
    • 1-14 – Balaam’s Third Message Continues (1407 BC)
    • 15-19 – Balaam’s Fourth Message (1407 BC)
    • 20 – Balaam’s Fifth Message (1407 BC)
    • 21-22 – Balaam’s Sixth Message (1407 BC)
    • 23-25 – Balaam’s Seventh Message (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 25 – Moab Seduces Israel (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 26 – The Second Census (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 27 – The Daughters of Zelophehad (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 28
    • 1-8 – Daily Offerings (1407 BC)
    • 9-10 – Sabbath Offerings (1407 BC)
    • 11-15 – Monthly Offerings (1407 BC)
    • 16-25 – The Passover (1407 BC)
    • 26-31 – The Festival of Weeks (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 29
    • 1-6 – The Festival of Trumpets (1407 BC)
    • 7-11 – The Day of Atonement (1407 BC)
    • 12-40 – The Festival of Tabernacles (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 30 – Vows of Woman (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 31
    • 1-24 – Vengeance on the Midianites (1407 BC)
    • 25-54 – Dividing the Spoils (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 32 – Division of Transjordan (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 33 – Summary of Israel’s Journey (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 34 – Boundaries of Canaan (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 35 – Borders & Cities of Refuge (1407 BC)
  • Numbers 36 – Zelophehad’s Daughters’ Inheritance (1407 BC)

  • Deuteronomy 1
    • 1-8 – The Command to Leave Horeb (1407 BC)
    • 9-18 – The Appointment of Leaders (1407 BC)
    • 19-25 – Spies Sent Out (1407 BC)
    • 26-46 – Rebellion Against the Lord (1407 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 2
    • 1-23 – Wandering in the Wilderness (1407 BC)
    • 26-37 – Defeat of Sihon King of Heshbon (1407 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 3
    • 1-11 – Defeat of Og King of Bashan (1407 BC)
    • 12-20 – Division of the Land (1407 BC)
    • 21-29 – Moses Forbidden to Cross the Jordan (1407 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 4
    • 1-14 – Obedience Commanded (1407 BC)
    • 15-31 – Idolatry Forbidden (1407 BC)
    • 32-40 – The Lord is God (1407 BC)
    • 41-43 – Cities of Refuge (1407 BC)
    • 44-49 – Introduction to the Law (1407 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 5 – The Ten Commandments (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 6 – Love the Lord Your God (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 7 – Driving Out the Nations (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 8 – Do Not Forget the Lord (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 9 – The Golden Calf (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 10
    • 1-11 – Tablets Like the First Ones (1406 BC)
    • 12-22 – Fear the Lord (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 11 – Love & Obey the Lord (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 12 – The One Place of Worship (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 13 – Worshiping Other Gods (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 14
    • 1-21 – Clean & Unclean Food (1406 BC)
    • 22-29 – Tithes (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 15
    • 1-11 – The Year for Canceling Debts (1406 BC)
    • 12-18 – Freeing Servants (1406 BC)
    • 19-23 – The Firstborn Animals (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 16
    • 1-8 – The Passover (1406 BC)
    • 9-12 – The Festival of Weeks (1406 BC)
    • 13-17 – The Festival of Tabernacles (1406 BC)
    • 18-20 – Judges (1406 BC)
    • 21-22 – Worshiping Other Gods (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 17
    • 1-7 – Worshiping Other Gods Continued (1406 BC)
    • 8-13 – Law Courts (1406 BC)
    • 14-18 – The King (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 18
    • 1-8 – Offerings for Priests & Levites (1406 BC)
    • 9-13 – Occult Practices (1406 BC)
    • 14-22 – The Prophet (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 19
    • 1-14 – Cities of Refuge (1406 BC)
    • 15-21 – Witnesses (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 20 – Going to War (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 21
    • 1-9 – Atonement for an Unsolved Murder (1406 BC)
    • 10-14 – Marrying a Slave Woman (1406 BC)
    • 15-17 – The Right of the Firstborn (1406 BC)
    • 18-21 – A Rebellious Son (1406 BC)
    • 22-23 – Various Laws (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 22
    • 1-12 – Various Laws Continued (1406 BC)
    • 13-30 – Marriage Violations (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 23
    • 1-8 – Exclusion From the Assembly (1406 BC)
    • 9-14 – Uncleanness in the Camp (1406 BC)
    • 15-25 – Miscellaneous Laws (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 24 – Miscellaneous Laws Continued (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 25 – Miscellaneous Laws Continued (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 26 – Firstfruits & Tithes (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 27
    • 1-8 – The Altar on Mount Ebal (1406 BC)
    • 9-26 – Curses from Mount Ebal (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 28
    • 1-14 – Blessings for Obedience (1406 BC)
    • 15-68 – Curses for Disobedience (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 29 – Renewal of the Covenant (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 30
    • 1-10 – Prosperity After Turning to the Lord (1406 BC)
    • 11-20 – The Offer of Life or Death (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 31
    • 1-8 – Joshua to Succeed Moses (1406 BC)
    • 9-13 – Public Reading of the Law (1406 BC)
    • 14-30 – Israel’s Rebellion Predicted (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 32 – The Song of Moses; Moses Blesses the Twelve Tribes (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 33 – Blessings of Moses (1406 BC)
  • Deuteronomy 34 – The Death of Moses (1406 BC)

Conquest Era: 1406-1375 BC

  • Joshua 1 – God Commissions Joshua (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 2 – Rahab Welcomes the Spies (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 3 – The Israelites Cross the Jordan (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 4 – Crossing the Jordan Continued (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 5
    • 1-12 – Circumcision & Passover at Gilgal (1406 BC)
    • 13-15 – The Fall of Jericho (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 6 – Conquer of Jericho (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 7 – Achan’s Sin (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 8
    • 1-29 – Ai Destroyed (1406 BC)
    • 30-35 – THe Covenant Renewed at Mount Ebal (1406 BC)
  • Joshua 9 – The Gibeonite Deception (1405 BC)
  • Joshua 10
    • 1-15 – The Sun Stands Still (1405 BC)
    • 16-27 – Five Amorite Kings Killed (1405 BC)
    • 28-43 – Southern Cities Conquered (1405 BC)
  • Joshua 11 – Northern Palestine Kings Defeated (1405 BC)
  • Joshua 12 – List of Defeated Kings (1400 BC)
  • Joshua 13
    • 1-7 – Land to Still Be Taken (1396 BC)
    • 8-33 – Division of the Land East of the Jordan (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 14
    • 1-5 – Division of the Land west of the Jordan (1396 BC)
    • 6-15 – Allotment for Caleb (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 15 – Allotment for Judah (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 16 – Allotment for Ephraim (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 17 – Allotment for Manasseh (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 18
    • 1-10 – Division of the Rest of the Land (1396 BC)
    • 11-28 – Allotment for Benjamin (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 19
    • 1-9 – Allotment for Simeon (1396 BC)
    • 10-16 – Allotment for Zebulun (1396 BC)
    • 17-23 – Allotment for Issachar (1396 BC)
    • 24-31 – Allotment for Asher (1396 BC)
    • 32-39 – Allotment for Naphtail (1396 BC)
    • 40-48 – Allotment for Dan (1396 BC)
    • 49-51 – Allotment for Joshua (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 20 – Cities of Refuge (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 21 – Towns for the Levites (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 22 – Eastern Tribes Return Home (1396 BC)
  • Joshua 23 – Joshua’s Farewell Address (1375 BC)
  • Joshua 24 – The Covenant Renewed at Shechem (1375 BC)

Judges Era 1375-1075 BC

  • Judges 17 – Micah’s Idolatry (1375 BC)
  • Judges 18 – Danites Settle in Laish, Take Micah’s Idols (1375 BC)
  • Judges 19 – A Levite’s Concubine Degraded (1375 BC)
  • Judges 20 – Israelites Defeat the Benjamites (1375 BC)
  • Judges 21 – Wives for the Benjamites (1375 BC)
  • Judges 1 – Israelites Capture Jerusalem, Hebron (1374 BC)
  • Judges 2
    • 1-5 – The Angel of the Lord at Bokim (1374 BC)
    • 6-23 – Disobedience & Defeat (1374 BC)
  • Judges 3
    • Israel’s Idolatry & Servitude; Othniel (1374 BC)
    • Eglon (1334 BC)
    • Ehud (1316 BC)
  • Judges 4 – Deborah & Barak (1235 BC)
  • Judges 5 – The Song of Deborah & Barak (1235 BC)
  • Judges 6 – Gideon & the Midianites (1169 BC)
  • Judges 7 – Gideon & the Midianites (1169 BC)
  • Judges 8 – Gideon & The Midianites (1169 BC)

  • Ruth 1
    • 1-5 Naomi Loses Her Husband & Sons (1140-1130 BC)
    • 6-22 – Naomi & Ruth Return to Bethlehem (1140-1130 BC)
  • Ruth 2 – Ruth Meets Boaz in the Grain Field (1140-1130 BC)
  • Ruth 3 – Ruth & Boaz at the Threshing Floor (1140-1130 BC)
  • Ruth 4 –
    • 1-12 – Boaz Marries Ruth (1140-1130 BC)
    • 13-17 – Naomi Gains a Son (1140-1130 BC)

  • Judges 9
    • Abimelech Conspires to Become King (1129 BC)
    • Plot Against Abimelech (1126 BC)
    • Abimelech is Slain (1126 BC)
  • Judges 10
    • 1-2 – Tola (1118 BC)
    • 3-5 – Jair (1118 BC)
    • 6-18 – Jephthah (1118 BC)

  • I Samuel 1
    • 1-20 – Birth of Samuel (1100 BC)
    • 21-28 – Hannah Dedicates Samuel (1100 BC)
  • I Samuel 2
    • 1-11 – Hannah’s Prayer (1100 BC)
    • 12-26 – Eli’s Wicked Sons (1100 BC)
    • 27-36 – Prophecy Against the House of Eli (1100 BC)

  • Judges 11 – Jephthat’s Covenant with the Gileadites (1097 BC)
  • Judges 12 – Jephthat, Ephraim, Ibzan, Elon, Abdon (1090 BC)
  • Judges 13 – The Birth of Samson (1090 BC)
  • Judges 14 – Samson’s Marriage & Riddle (1075 BC)
  • Judges 15 – Samson Burns the Philistine Crops (1075 BC)
  • Judges 16 –
    • 1-22 – Samson & Delilah (1075 BC)
    • 23-31 – The Death of Samson (1070 BC)

Kingdom Era: 1070-937 BC

  • I Samuel 3 – The Lord Calls Samuel (1070 BC)
  • I Samuel 4
    • 1-11 – Philistines Take the Ark (1070 BC)
    • 12-22 – Death of Eli (1070 BC)
  • I Samuel 5 – The Ark in Ashdod & Ekron (1070 BC)
  • I Samuel 6 – Philistines Return the Ark to Israel (1070 BC)
  • I Samuel 7
    • 1-2 – Ark Brought to Abinadab’s House (1070 BC)
    • 3-17 – Israelites Repent at Mizpeh (1050 BC)
  • I Samuel 8 – Israel Asks for a King (1043 BC)
  • I Samuel 9 – Samuel Anoints Saul (1043 BC)
  • I Samuel 10
    • 1-8 – Samuel Anoints Saul Continued (1043 BC)
    • 9-27 – Saul Made King (1043 BC)
  • I Samuel 11
    • 1-11 – Saul Rescues the City of Jabesh (1042 BC)
    • 12-15 – Saul Confirmed as King (1042 BC)
  • I Samuel 12 – Samuel’s Farewell Speech (1042 BC)
  • I Samuel 13 – Saul’s War with the Philistines (1041 BC)
  • I Samuel 14 – Jonathan’s Miraculous Victory (1041 BC)
  • I Samuel 15 – Saul’s Disobedience & Samuel’s Rebuke (1028 BC)
  • I Samuel 16 – Samuel Anoints David at Bethlehem (1024 BC)
  • I Samuel 17 – David Kills Goliath (1024 BC)
    • Psalm 151 – Written by David After Slaying Goliath (I. Sam 17)
    • Psalm 9 – Praise for Righteous Judgment (I Sam. 17:4)
  • I Samuel 18 – Jonathan’s Friendship with David (1015 BC)
  • I Samuel 19 – David Protected from Saul (1014 BC)
    • Psalm 11 – The Psalm of the Steadfast / The Reign of God (I Sam. 19:3)
    • Psalm 59 – David’s Prayer for Deliverance & Judgment (I Sam. 19:17)
  • I Samuel 20 – David & Jonathan’s Covenant (1013 BC)
    • Psalm 52 – David’s Psalm Fleeing Saul (I Sam. 20)
  • I Samuel 21 – David & Nob & Gath (1012 BC)
    • Psalm 34 – David’s Psalm Before Ahimelech (I Sam. 21)
    • Psalm 56 – David’s Psalm at Gath (I Sam. 21)
  • I Samuel 22 – Saul Slays the Priests of Nob (1011 BC)
    • Psalm 142 – The Prisoner’s Psalm of David (I. Sam 22:1)
    • Psalm 17 – A Prayer of David Against the Wicked (I Sam. 22:19)
    • Psalm 35 – A Prayer for the Intercessors (I Sam. 22:19)
    • Psalm 64 – Wicked vs. the Righteous (I Sam. 22:19)
  • Psalm 109 – Satanic Power (I Sam. 22:19)
  • I Samuel 23 – David Flees Saul (1011 BC)
    • Psalm 31 – A Psalm of Trouble & Trust (I Sam. 23:12)
    • Psalm 54 – David’s Psalm at Keilah (I. Sam 23:23)
  • I Samuel 24 – David Spares Saul’s Life (1011 BC)
    • Psalm 58 – Imprecatory Psalm (I Sam. 24:22)
    • Psalm 63 – David’s Prayer in the Wilderness (I Sam. 24:22)
  • I Samuel 25 – Samuel Dies (1011 BC)
  • I Samuel 26 – David Spares Saul a Second Time (1011 BC)
  • I Samuel 27 – David Flees to the Philistines (1010 BC)
    • Psalm 16 – Death & Resurrection: Heritage of the Saints (I Sam. 27)
  • I Samuel 28 – Saul & the Witch of Endor (1010 BC)
  • I Samuel 29 – Achish Sends David Away (1010 BC)
  • I Samuel 30 – David Destroys the Amalekites (1010 BC)
  • I Samuel 31 – Saul & His Sons Are Killed (1010 BC)

  • II Samuel 1 – David Mourns for Saul & Jonathan (1010 BC)
  • II Samuel 2
    • David Made King Over Judah (1010 BC)
    • Civil War Between Abner & Joab (1008 BC)
  • II Samuel 3
    • House of David Strengthened (1006 BC)
    • Joab Murders Abner (1005 BC)
  • II Samuel 4 – The Murder of Ish-Bosheth (1004 BC)

  • I Chronicles 1 – Genealogies of the Israelites (Ch. 1-9) (1003 BC)
    • Adam to Noah
    • The Japhethites
    • The Hamites
    • The Semites
    • The Family of Abraham
    • Descendants of Hagar
    • Descendants of Keturah
    • Descendants of Sarah
    • Esau’s Sons
    • The People of Seir in Edom
    • The Rulers of Edom
  • I Chronicles 2
    • Israel’s Sons
    • Judah to Hezron’s Sons
    • From Ram Son of Hezron; Caleb Son of Hezron
    • Jarahmeel Son of Hezron
    • The Clans of Caleb
  • I Chronicles 3
    • The Sons of David
    • The Kings of Judah
    • The Royal Line After the Exile
  • I Chronicles 4
    • Other Clans of Judah
    • Simeon
  • I Chronicles 5
    • Reuben
    • Gad
    • The Half-Tribe of Manasseh
  • I Chronicles 6
    • Levi
    • The Temple Musicians
  • I Chronicles 7
    • Issachar
    • Benjamin
    • Naphtali
    • Manasseh
    • Ephraim
    • Asher
  • I Chronicles 8
    • The Genealogy of Saul the Benjamite
  • I Chronicles 9
    • The People in Jerusalem
    • Jerusalem
    • Shelanites
    • Zerahites
    • Benjamites
    • Priests
    • Levites
    • Gatekeepers
    • Genealogy of Saul
  • I Chronicles 10 – Saul’s Overthrow & Defeat (1003 BC)

  • II Samuel 5 – David Anointed King of All Israel (1003 BC)
    • 1-6: David Becomes King Over Israel (1003 BC)
    • 6-16: David Conquers Jerusalem (1003 BC)
    • 17-25: David Defeats the Philistines (1003 BC)
  • I Chronicles 11 – David Reigns Over All Israel (1003 BC)

  • I Chronicles 12 – David’s Army Grows (1002 BC)
  • I Chronicles 13 – David Fetches the Ark (1000 BC)
    • Psalm 139 – Spiritual Life Of King David (I Ch. 13:4)
  • I Chronicles 14 – David’s Family Grows (1000 BC)

  • II Samuel 6 – The Ark is Brought to Jerusalem (1000 BC)
    • Psalm 68 – Victorious Procession of God (II Sam. 6:11)
  • I Chronicles 15 – The Ark is Brought to Jerusalem (1000 BC)
    • Psalm 132 – Davidic Covenant (I Ch. 15:14)

  • II Samuel 7 – David Plans a Temple (1000 BC)
  • II Samuel 8 – David Defeats the Philistines (998 BC)

  • I Chronicles 16 – David’s Festival Sacrifice (998 BC)
    • Psalm 23 – The Great Shepherd (Risen) (I Ch. 16:43)
    • Psalm 24 – The Chief Shepherd (Coming) (I Ch. 16:43)
    • Psalm 96 – Praise & Testimony in View of the Second Advent (I Ch. 16:43)
    • Psalm 105 – Israel’s History & God’s Mercy (I Ch. 16:43)
    • Psalm 106 – Israel’s Failure & God’s Grace (I Ch. 16:43)
  • I Chronicles 17 – David Purposes to Build a Temple (997 BC)
    • Psalm 2 – Sovereignty of the Son of God (I Ch. 17:27)
    • Psalm 22 – The Good Shepherd (Crucified) (I Ch. 17:27)
    • Psalm 45 – Royal Wedding Psalm (I Ch. 17:27)
    • Psalm 110 – Christ as King & Priest (I Ch. 17:27)
    • Psalm 118 – The Exalted Christ (I Ch. 17:27)
  • I Chronicles 18 – David Strengthens His Kingdom (996 BC)

  • II Samuel 9 – David & Mephibosheth (995 BC)

  • II Samuel 10 – David Defeats Ammon & Aram (995 BC)
    • Psalm 20 – A Psalm for a Day of Trouble (II Sam. 10:19)
    • Psalm 21 – Victorious King Psalm (II Sam. 10:19)
  • I Chronicles 19 – David Defeats Ammon & Aram (995 BC)

  • I Chronicles 20 – The Capture of Rabbah (995 BC)

  • II Samuel 11 – David & Bathsheba (993 BC)
  • II Samuel 12 – Nathan Rebukes David; Solomon is Born (991 BC)
    • Psalm 32 – David’s Testimony of Confession (II Sam. 12:15)
    • Psalm 33 – Praise for Creation, Providence, & Grace (II Sam. 12:15)
    • Psalm 51 – David’s Psalm of Repentance (II Sam. 12:15)
    • Psalm 103 – Bless the Lord, O My Soul (II Sam. 12:15)
  • II Samuel 13 – Amnon & Tamar; Amnon Killed by Absalom (990 BC)
  • II Samuel 14 – The Widow of Tekoa; Absalom Recalled (988 BC)

  • I Chronicles 21 – David Forces a Census (979 BC)
    • Psalm 30 – A Psalm of Dedication (I Ch. 21:30)
  • I Chronicles 22 – Preparation for Building the Temple (979 BC)
  • I Chronicles 23 – Preparation of Priesthood (979 BC)
  • I Chronicles 24 – Divisions of Levites (979 BC)
  • I Chronicles 25 – Preparation of Sanctuary Singers (979 BC)
  • I Chronicles 26 – Preparation of Gatekeepers & Treasurers (979 BC)
  • I Chronicles 27 – Preparation of Government (979 BC)

  • II Samuel 15 – Absalom’s Conspiracy; David Flees Jerusalem (976 BC)
    • Psalm 3 – A Psalm in Distress; Deliverance from Enemies (II Sam. 15:29)
  • II Samuel 16 – David & Ziba, Shimei Curses David (972 BC)
    • Psalm 7 – The Slandered Saint Psalm (II Sam. 16:14)
  • II Samuel 17 – Hushai’s Warning Saves David (972 BC)
    • Psalm 5 – Sharing God’s Attitude Towards Sin (II Sam. 17:19)
    • Psalm 143 – A Prayer for Mercy in Persecution (II Sam. 17:19)
    • Psalm 144 – Military Strength Psalm (II Sam. 17:19)
    • Psalm 4 – Trust in the Lord; Prayer in Trouble (II Sam. 17:29)
    • Psalm 42 – Hope Thou in God (II Samuel 17:29)
    • Psalm 43 – Vindicate Me, O God (II Sam. 17:29)
    • Psalm 55 – Escape from Tribulation (II Sam. 17:29)
    • Psalm 62 – Confidence in God the Rock (II Sam. 17:29)
    • Psalm 70 – Memorial Psalm (II Sam. 17:29)
    • Psalm 71 – Aged Saint Psalm (II Sam. 17:29)
  • II Samuel 18 – Absalom Slain by Joab (972 BC)
  • II Samuel 19 – Joab Comforts David (972 BC)
  • II Samuel 20 – Sheba Rebels Against David (972 BC)
  • II Samuel 21 – The Gibeonites Avenged (970 BC)
  • II Samuel 22 – David’s Song of Deliverance (970 BC)
    • Psalm 18 – David’s Psalm of Deliverance (II Sam. 22:51)
  • II Samuel 23 – David’s Last Song (970 BC)
  • II Samuel 24 – David Counts the Fighting Men (970 BC)

  • I Chronicles 28 – David’s Last Days (Ch. 28-29) (970 BC)
    • Psalm 12 – Liars Against the Truth (I Ch. 28:1)
    • Psalm 91 – The Psalm of Life (I Ch. 28:10)
    • Psalm 145 – Pure Praise Psalm (I Ch. 28:10)
    • Psalm 6 – Praying in Deepest Distress (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 8 – The Son of Man Reigning & The Crowning of Man (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 19 – The Witness of Creation & Revelation (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 28 – Cry for Judgment (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 29 – The Judgment Storm (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 38 – David of Fellowship; Repentance & Confession of Sin (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 39 – Prayer for Wisdom; The Brevity of Life (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 40 – Obedience of Christ; New Song; Proclamation of Good News (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 41 – Prophesied Betrayal by Judas (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 61 – Refuge in the Rock (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 65 – Thanksgiving Psalm (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 69 – The Suffering of Christ (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 78 – The History of God’s Grace with Israel (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 86 – Poor & Needy Prayer (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 95 – A Psalm of Praise & Warning (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 101 – The King & His Subjects (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 104 – The Praise of His Works (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 121 – The Traveler’s Psalm (I Chr. 28:21)
    • Psalm 122 – God’s Plan is Greater Than the Pressures of Life (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 124 – Lord On Our Side (I Ch. 28:21)
    • Psalm 131 – Childlike Trust (I Ch. 28:1)
    • Psalm 133 – A Psalm of Fellowship (I Ch. 28:21)
  • I Chronicles 29 – David’s Last Days (Ch. 28-29) (970 BC)
    • Psalm 72 – King & The Kingdom (I Ch. 29:19)

  • I Kings 1 – David’s Last Days (Ch. 1-2) (970 BC)
  • I Kings 2 (970 BC)
    • 1-12 – David Gives Orders to Solomon
    • 13-46 – Solomon’s Kingdom is Made

  • I Kings 3 – Solomon Asks for Wisdom (967 BC)
  • II Chronicles 1 – Solomon Asks for Wisdom (967 BC)

  • I Kings 4 – Solomon’s Wisdom (967 BC)

  • I Kings 5 – Solomon’s Preparations for the Temple (967 BC)
  • II Chronicles 2 – Solomon Prepares for a Temple & Palace (967 BC)

  • I Kings 6 – The Building of Solomon’s Temple (966 BC)
  • II Chronicles 3 – Solomon Builds the Temple in Jerusalem (966 BC)

  • I Kings 7 – The Building of Solomon’s Palace (966 BC)

  • II Chronicles 4 – Temple Furnishings (966 BC)

  • I Kings 8 – The Ark Brought to the Temple (959 BC)
  • II Chronicles 5 – Ark Brought Into the Temple (959 BC)

  • I Kings 9 – God’s Covenant with Solomon (959 BC)
  • II Chronicles 6 – Solomon’s Prayer of Temple Dedication (959 BC)

  • II Chronicles 7 – God’s Glory in the Temple (959 BC)
    • Psalm 47 – The Lord Reigning : King of All Earth (II Ch. 7:10)
    • Psalm 97 – The Lord Reigneth (II Ch. 7:10)
    • Psalm 98 – A New Song of Victory (II Ch. 7:10)
    • Psalm 99 – Righteous Judgment & Trembling (II Ch. 7:10)
    • Psalm 100 – The Old Hundredth (Thanksgiving) (II Ch. 7:10)
    • Psalm 135 – Priestly Praise Psalm (II Ch. 7:10)
    • Psalm 136 – His Mercy Endures Forever (II Ch. 7:10)
  • II Chronicles 8 – Solomon’s Buildings (959 BC)

  • Song of Solomon 1 – The Bride Confesses Her Love (950 BC)
  • Song of Solomon 2 – The Bride Adores Her Beloved (950 BC)
  • Song of Solomon 3
    • 1-5 – The Bride’s Dream (950 BC)
    • 6-11 – Solomon Arrives for the Wedding (950 BC)
  • Song of Solomon 4 – Solomon Admires His Bride’s Beauty (950 BC)
  • Song of Solomon 5
    • 1-9 – The Bride Searches for Her Beloved (950 BC)
    • 10-16 – The Bride Praises Her Beloved (950 BC)
  • Song of Solomon 6 – Solomon and His Bride Delight In Each Other (950 BC)
  • Song of Solomon 7 – The Bride Gives Her Love (950 BC)
  • Song of Solomon 8 – Longing for Her Beloved (950 BC)

  • Proverbs 1 – The Proverbs of Solomon (All Chapters 950 BC)
    • 1-7 – Introduction
    • 8-19 – Advice to a Son
    • 20-33 – The Good Woman – Wisdom
  • Proverbs 2 – Moral Benefits of Wisdom
  • Proverbs 3 – Wisdom Bestows Well-Being
  • Proverbs 4 – A Father’s Advice About Wisdom
  • Proverbs 5 – Warning Against Adultery
  • Proverbs 6 – Warnings Against Debt, Laziness, Troublemakers, Adultery
  • Proverbs 7 – Warning Against the Adulterous Woman
  • Proverbs 8
    • 1-11 – Wisdom: The Good Woman
    • 12-36 – The Value of Wisdom
  • Proverbs 9 – Invitations of Wisdom & Folly
  • Proverbs 10 – Proverbs of Solomon
  • Proverbs 11 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 12 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 13 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 14 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 15 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 16 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 17 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 18 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 19 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 20 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 21 – Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 22 – Thirty Sayings of the Wise
  • Proverbs 23 – Thirty Sayings of the Wise (cont.)
  • Proverbs 24 – Thirty Sayings of the Wise (cont.)
  • Proverbs 25 – More Proverbs of Solomon
  • Proverbs 26 – More Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 27 – More Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 28 – More Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 29 – More Proverbs of Solomon (cont.)
  • Proverbs 30 – The Words of Agur
  • Proverbs 31 – King Lemuel’s Proverb

  • [Note: This book is believed to have been written many hundreds of years after this date of 950 BC, but as it is a tribute to Solomon and based on his writings and other tributes to him, I am placing it with the Song of Solomon & Proverbs.]
  • Wisdom of Solomon 1
    • 1:1 – 2:20 – Exhortation to Uprightness
  • Wisdom of Solomon 2
    • 2:1 – 2:20 – Exhortation to Uprightness
    • 2:21 – 2:24 – Error of the Wicked
  • Wisdom of Solomon 3
    • 3:1 – 3:9 – The Destiny of the Righteous
    • 3:10 – 3:13 – The Destiny of the Ungodly
    • 3:14 – 4:15 – On Childlessness
  • Wisdom of Solomon 4
    • 4:16 – 4:19 – The Triumph of the Righteous
    • 4:20 – 5:14 – The Final Judgment
  • Wisdom of Solomon 5
    • 5:1 – 5:14 – The Final Judgment
    • 5:15 – 5:23 – The Reward of the Righteous
  • Wisdom of Solomon 6 – Kings Should Seek Wisdom; Description of Wisdom
  • Wisdom of Solomon 7
    • 7:1 – 7:6 – Solomon Like Other Mortals
    • 7:7 – 7:14 – Solomon’s Respect for Wisdom
    • 7:15 – 7:22 – Solomon Prays for Wisdom
    • 7:22 – 8:1 – On the Nature of Wisdom
  • Wisdom of Solomon 8 – Solomon’s Love for Wisdom
  • Wisdom of Solomon 9 – Solomon’s Prayer for Wisdom
  • Wisdom of Solomon 10
    • 10:1 – 10:14 – The Work of Wisdom from Adam to Moses
    • 10:15 – 10:21 – Wisdom Led the Israelites Out of Egypt
  • Wisdom of Solomon 11 – Punishment for the Wicked
  • Wisdom of Solomon 12
    • 12:3 – 12:11 – Sins of Canaanites
    • 12:12 – 12:18 – God is Sovereign
    • 12:19 – 12:22 – God’s Lessons for Israel
    • 12:23 – 12:27 – The Punishment of the Egyptians
  • Wisdom of Solomon 13 – The Foolishness of Nature Worship & Idolatry
  • Wisdom of Solomon 14 – Origins & Evil of Praying to a False Idol
  • Wisdom of Solomon 15
    • 15:1 – 15:6 – Benefits of Worshiping the True God
    • 15:7 – 15:17 – The Foolishness of Worshiping Clay Idols
    • 15:18 – 16:14 – Serpents in the Desert
  • Wisdom of Solomon 16 – Storms Strike Egypt; Israelites Receive Manna
  • Wisdom of Solomon 17 – Terror Strikes the Egyptians at Night
  • Wisdom of Solomon 18
    • 18:1 – 18:4 – Light Shines on the Israelites
    • 18:5 – 18:19 – The Death of the Egyptian Firstborn
    • 18:20 – 18:25 – Threat of Annihilation in the Desert
  • Wisdom of Solomon 19
    • 19:1 – 19:5 – The Red Sea
    • 19:6 – 19:12 – God Guides & Protects His People
    • 19:13 – 19:17 – The Punishment of the Egyptians
    • 19:18 – 19:22 – A New Harmony in Nature

Divided Kingdom Era 931-587 BC

  • I Kings 10
    • 1-13 – The Queen of Sheba Visits Solomon (946 BC)
    • 14-29 – Solomon’s Great Wealth (946 BC)
  • II Chronicles 9
    • 1-12 – The Queen of Sheba Visits Solomon (946 BC)
    • 13-28 – Solomon’s Great Wealth (946 BC)
    • 29-31 – Solomon’s Death (946 BC)

  • I Kings 11
    • Solomon’s Wives & Idolatry (939 BC)
    • Solomon’s Death (931 BC)
      • Psalm 60 – Defeat to Victory (I Kings 11:20)
      • Psalm 108 – Praise for Victory (I Kings 11:20)

  • Ecclesiastes 1 – Ecclesiastical Words of the Preacher (Ch. 1-12) (937 BC)
    • 1-11 – Everything is Meaningless
    • 12-18 – Wisdom is Meaningless
  • Ecclesiastes 2
    • 1-11 – Pleasures are Meaningless
    • 12-16 – Wisdom & Folly Are Meaningless
    • 17-26 – Toil is Meaningless
  • Ecclesiastes 3 – A Time for Everything
  • Ecclesiastes 4 – Oppression, Toil, Friendlessness
  • Ecclesiastes 5
    • 1-7 – Fulfill Your Vow to God
    • 8-20 – Riches are Meaningless
  • Ecclesiastes 6 – Enjoy Your Prosperity
  • Ecclesiastes 7 – Wisdom
  • Ecclesiastes 8 – Obey the King
  • Ecclesiastes 9 – A Common Destiny for All
  • Ecclesiastes 10 – Folly Outweighs Duty & Honor
  • Ecclesiastes 11
    • 1-6 – Invest in Many Ventures
    • 7-10 – Remember Your Creator While Young
  • Ecclesiastes 12 – Remember Your Creator

  • I Kings 12 – Civil War (931 BC)
  • I Kings 13 – God Speaks Against Bethel (931 BC)

  • II Chronicles 10 – Israelites Rebel Against Rehoboam (930 BC)
  • II Chronicles 11 – Rehoboam’s Reign Over Judah (930 BC)
  • II Chronicles 12 – Shishak King of Egypt Attacks Jerusalem (927 BC)

  • I Kings 14
    • Ahijah’s Prophecies Against Jeroboam (925 BC)
    • Rehoboam’s Wicked Reign (913 BC)
  • I Kings 15
    • 1-8 – Abijah, King of Judah (913 BC)
    • 9-24 – Asa, King of Judah (913 BC)
    • 25-28 – Nadab, King of Israel (913 BC)
    • 29-34 – Baasha, King of Israel (913 BC)
  • II Chronicles 13 – Abijah, King of Judah (913 BC)
  • II Chronicles 14 – Asa, King of Judah (913 BC)

  • I Kings 16 – Jehu’s Prophecy Against Baasha (909 BC)
    • 1-7 – Introduction
    • 8-10 – Elah, King of Israel
    • 11-20 – Zimri, King of Israel
    • 21-28 – Omri, King of Israel
    • 29-34 – Ahab, King of Israel

  • II Chronicles 15 – Asa’s Reforms (895 BC)
  • II Chronicles 16 – Hanani’s Rebuke (895 BC)

  • I Kings 16:5 – Elah, Zimri, Omri (886 BC)
  • I Kings 16:27 – Ahab’s Wicked Reign (874 BC)

  • II Chronicles 17 – Jehoshaphat Succeeds Asa (869 BC)

  • I Kings 17
    • Elijah Prays for Drought (863 BC)
    • Elijah Fed by Ravens (863 BC)
    • The Widow at Zarephath (863 BC)
  • I Kings 18 – Elijah on Mount Carmel (863 BC)
  • I Kings 19
    • Elijah Flees Jezebel (858 BC)
    • Elijah Called (858 BC)
  • I Kings 20
    • Ben-Hadad Attacks Samaria (857 BC)
    • Ahab Defeats Ben-Hadad (857 BC)
  • I Kings 21 – Ahab Takes Naboth’s Vineyard (855 BC)
  • I Kings 22 – Israel & Judah Against Syria (853 BC)

  • Obadiah 1 – The Vision of Obadiah (853 BC)

  • II Chronicles 18 – Jehoshaphat Allies with Ahab (853 BC)
  • II Chronicles 19 – Jehoshaphat’s Deeds (853 BC)
    • Psalm 82 – God is the Judge (II Ch. 19:7)
  • II Chronicles 20 – War with Ammon & Moab (853 BC)
    • Psalm 83 – Afflicted to Learn (II Ch. 20)
    • Psalm 46 – Triumph in the Great Tribulation Period (II Ch. 20:26)
    • Psalm 115 – God Compared with Idols (II Ch. 20:26)
  • II Chronicles 21 – Jehoram’s Wicked Reign in Judah (853 BC)

  • II Kings 1 – Moab Rebels (852 BC)
  • II Kings 2 – Elijah Taken Up to Heaven; Elisha Succeeds Elijah (851 BC)
  • II Kings 3 – Jehoram Meets Moab Rebellion (850 BC)
  • II Kings 4 – The Widow’s Oil; Elisha Raises the Shunammite Boy (849 BC)
  • II Kings 5 – The Healing of Haaman (849 BC)
  • II Kings 6 – Elisha Floats an Axehead (848 BC)
  • II Kings 7 – Elisha Promises Plenty in Samaria (848 BC)
  • II Kings 8 – The Shunammite’s Land (841 BC)
  • II Kings 9 – Jehu Reigns in Israel; Jehu Kills Joram (841 BC)
  • II Kings 10 – Ahab’s Family Killed; Baal Worshipers Killed (841 BC)
  • II Kings 11 – Joash Escapes Athaliah (841 BC)

  • II Chronicles 22 – Ahaziah Succeeds Jehoram in Judah (841 BC)
  • II Chronicles 23 – Jehoiada Makes Joash King (841 BC)

  • II Kings 12 – Joash Reigns Well (835 BC)
  • II Chronicles 24 – Joash Reigns Well (835 BC)

  • Joel 1 – The Word of the Lord to Joel (Ch. 1-3) (835 BC)
  • Joel 2
  • Joel 3

  • II Kings 12:6 – Joash Orders Temple Repairs (812 BC)
  • II Kings 13 – Jehoahaz’s Wicked Reign (812 BC)

  • II Kings 14 – Amaziah’s Good Reign (796 BC)
  • II Chronicles 25 – Amaziah’s Good Reign (796 BC)

  • II Kings 15 – Azariah’s Good Reign (790 BC)

  • II Chronicles 26 – Uzziah Reigns in Judah (790 BC)

  • Amos 1 – The Words of Amos (Ch. 1-9) (766 BC)
    • Judgment on Israel’s Neighbors
  • Amos 2 – Judgment on Israel
  • Amos 3 – Witnesses Summoned Against Israel
  • Amos 4 – Israel Has Not Returned to God
  • Amos 5 – A Lament & Call to Repentance
  • Amos 6
    • 1-7 – Woe to the Complacent
    • 8-14 – The Lord Abhors the Pride of Israel
  • Amos 7
    • 1-9 – Locusts, Fire, & a Plumb Line
    • 10-17 – Amos & Amaziah
  • Amos 8 – A Basket of Ripe Fruit
  • Amos 9
    • 1-10 – Israel to Be Destroyed
    • 11-15 – Israel’s Restoration

  • Jonah 1 – Jonah Flees from the Lord (760 BC)
  • Jonah 2 – Prayer Inside the Fish
  • Jonah 3 – Jonah Goes to Nineveh
  • Jonah 4 – Jonah’s Anger at the Lord’s Compassion

  • Hosea 1 – Hosea’s Prophecies (Ch. 1-14) (753 BC)
    • Hosea’s Wife & Children
  • Hosea 2 – Israel Punished & Restored
  • Hosea 3 – Hosea’s Reconciliation with His Wife
  • Hosea 4 – The Charge Against Israel
  • Hosea 5 – Judgment Against Israel
  • Hosea 6 – Israel Unrepentant
  • Hosea 7 – Israel Unrepentant (cont.)
  • Hosea 8 – Israel to Reap the Whirlwind
  • Hosea 9 – Punishment for Israel
  • Hosea 10 – Punishment for Israel (cont.)
  • Hosea 11 – God’s Love for Israel
  • Hosea 12 – God Punishes & Repays
  • Hosea 13 – The Lord’s Anger Against Israel
  • Hosea 14 – Repentance to Bring Blessing

  • II Chronicles 27 – Jotham Succeeds Uzziah (750 BC)

  • II Chronicles 28 – Wicked Reign of Ahaz (742 BC)
  • II Kings 16 – Wicked Reign of Ahaz (742 BC)

  • Isaiah 1 – Isaiah Complains of Zion’s Corruption (Ch. 1-5) (739 BC)
  • Isaiah 2
  • Isaiah 3
  • Isaiah 4
  • Isaiah 5
  • Isaiah 6 – Isaiah’s Vision & Commission (739 BC)
  • Isaiah 7 – Isaiah’s Prophecy of Immanuel (735 BC)

  • Micah 1 – The Word of the Lord to Micah (Ch. 1-7) (735 BC)
    • 3-7 – Judgment Against Samaria & Jerusalem
    • 8-16 – Weeping & Mourning
  • Micah 2
    • 1-5 – Human Plans & God’s Plans
    • 6-11 – False Prophets
    • 12-13 – Deliverance Promised
  • Micah 3 – Leaders & Prophets Rebuked
  • Micah 4
    • 1-5 – The Mountain of the Lord
    • 6-13 – The Lord’s Plan
  • Micah 5 – A Promised Ruler from Bethlehem
  • Micah 6
    • 1-8 – The Lord’s Case Against Israel
    • 9-16 – Israel’s Guilt & Punishment
  • Micah 7
    • 1-7 – Israel’s Misery
    • 8-13 – Israel Will Rise
    • 14-20 – Prayer & Praise

  • Isaiah 8 – Uriah & Zechariah (734 BC)
  • Isaiah 9 – Isaiah Prophesies a Child is Born & Judgments Upon Israel (730 BC)
  • Isaiah 10 – Isaiah Prophesies Judgment on Assyria 730 BC)
  • Isaiah 11 – Isaiah Prophesies The Root of Jesse (730 BC)
  • Isaiah 12 – Isaiah’s Joyful Thanksgiving (730 BC)
  • Isaiah 13 – Isaiah Prophesies Against the Nations (Ch. 13-21) (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 14
  • Isaiah 15
  • Isaiah 16
  • Isaiah 17
  • Isaiah 18
  • Isaiah 19
  • Isaiah 20
  • Isaiah 21
  • Isaiah 22 – Isaiah’s Valley of Vision (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 23 – Isaiah’s Burden of Tyre (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 24 – Devastation of the Earth (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 25 – Isaiah’s Songs of Praise (Ch. 25-27) (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 26
  • Isaiah 27
  • Isaiah 28 – Isaiah’s Further Warnings (Ch. 28-31) (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 29
  • Isaiah 30
  • Isaiah 31
  • Isaiah 32 Isaiah Prophesies a King Shall Reign (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 33 – Isaiah Declares God’s Judgments (Ch. 33-34) (725 BC)
  • Isaiah 34
  • Isaiah 35 – Isaiah Declares the Joyful Will Flourish in Zion (725 BC)

  • II Kings 17
    • Hoshea, the Last King of Israel (725 BC)
    • Israel Led Into Captivity (722 BC)
    • Strange Nations Transplanted into Samaria (721 BC)

  • Tobit 1 – Situation in Nineveh and Ecbatana (Ch. 1-3) (720 BC)
  • Tobit 2
  • Tobit 3
  • Tobit 4 – Tobiah’s Journey (Ch. 4-12) (720 BC)
  • Tobit 5
  • Tobit 6
  • Tobit 7
  • Tobit 8
  • Tobit 9
  • Tobit 10
  • Tobit 11
  • Tobit 12
  • Tobit 13 Tobiah’s Song of Praise & His Death (Ch. 13-14) (720 BC)
  • Tobit 14

  • II Chronicles 29 – Hezekiah’s Good Reign (716 BC)
  • II Chronicles 30 – Hezekiah Proclaims a Solemn Passover (715 BC)
  • II Chronicles 31 – Idolatry is Destroyed (715 BC)

  • II Kings 20 – Hezekiah’s Illness & Healing (712 BC)
  • Isaiah 38 – Hezekiah’s Illness & Healing (712 BC)

  • II Kings 20:12 – Hezekiah Shows Treasures (711 BC)
  • Isaiah 39 – Hezekiah Shows Treasures (711 BC)

  • Isaiah 40 – Isaiah Prophesies Captivity & Restoration (Ch. 40-66) (711 BC)
  • Isaiah 41
  • Isaiah 42
  • Isaiah 43
  • Isaiah 44
  • Isaiah 45
  • Isaiah 46
  • Isaiah 47
  • Isaiah 48
  • Isaiah 49
  • Isaiah 50
  • Isaiah 51
  • Isaiah 52
  • Isaiah 53
  • Isaiah 54
  • Isaiah 55
  • Isaiah 56
  • Isaiah 57
  • Isaiah 58
  • Isaiah 59
  • Isaiah 60
  • Isaiah 61
  • Isaiah 62
  • Isaiah 63
  • Isaiah 64
  • Isaiah 65
  • Isaiah 66

  • II Kings 18 – Sennacherib Threatens Jerusalem (701 BC)
  • Isaiah 36 – Sennacherib Threatens Jerusalem (701 BC)
  • II Chronicles 32 – Sennacherib Threatens Jerusalem (701 BC)

  • Isaiah 37 – Hezekiah’s Prayer (701 BC)
  • II Kings 19 – Hezekiah’s Prayer (701 BC)
    • Psalm 44 – Questions of Discipline & Suffering at the Hand of God (II Kings 19:7)
    • Psalm 73 – Envious at the Prosperity of the Wicked (II Kings 19:19)
    • Psalm 75 – The Lord’s Cup of Judgment (II Kings 19:35)
    • Psalm 76 – When God Reigns in Zion (II Kings 19:35)

  • Nahum 1 – The Lord’s Anger Against Nineveh (697 BC)
  • Nahum 2 – Nineveh to Fall (697 BC)
  • Nahum 3 – Woe to Nineveh (697 BC)

  • II Kings 21 – Manasseh’s Wicked Reign (687 BC)
  • II Chronicles 33 – Manasseh’s Wicked Reign (687 BC)

  • Prayer of Manasseh (687 BC)

  • II Kings 22 – Josiah’s Good Reign (640 BC)
  • II Chronicles 34 – Josiah’s Good Reign (640 BC)

  • Zephaniah 1 – Judgment on the Whole Earth in the Day of the Lord (638 BC)
  • Zephaniah 2 – Judah & Jerusalem Judged Along with the Nations (638 BC)
  • Zephaniah 3 – Restoration of Israel’s Remnant (638 BC)

  • Jeremiah 1 – The Call of Jeremiah (627 BC)
  • Jeremiah 2 – Jeremiah Declares Judah Forsakes God (Ch. 2-6) (627 BC)
  • Jeremiah 3
  • Jeremiah 4
  • Jeremiah 5
  • Jeremiah 6
  • Jeremiah 7 – Jeremiah’s Message at the Temple Gate (Ch. 7-10) (627 BC)
  • Jeremiah 8
  • Jeremiah 9
  • Jeremiah 10

  • Habakkuk 1 – The Oracle to Habakkuk (Ch. 1-3) (625 BC)
  • Habakkuk 2
  • Habakkuk 3

  • Jeremiah 11 – Jeremiah Proclaims God’s Covenant (Ch. 11-12) (622 BC)
  • Jeremiah 12

  • II Kings 22:3 – Josiah Prepares for the Temple Repair (621 BC)
  • II Kings 22:8 – Hilkiah Finds the Lost Book of the Law (621 BC)

  • II Kings 23 – Josiah Celebrates the Passover (621 BC)
  • II Chronicles 35 – Josiah Celebrates the Passover (621 BC)

  • II Chronicles 36 – Jehoiakim’s Wicked Reign (609 BC)

  • Jeremiah 13 – Jeremiah Proclaims Covenant is Broken (Ch. 13-20) (609 BC)
  • Jeremiah 14
  • Jeremiah 15
  • Jeremiah 16
  • Jeremiah 17
  • Jeremiah 18
  • Jeremiah 19
  • Jeremiah 20
  • Jeremiah 46 – Jeremiah Prophesies Against Egypt (609 BC)
  • Jeremiah 47 – Jeremiah Prophesies Against Philistia (609 BC)

  • Daniel 1 – Daniel Refuses the King’s Portion (605 BC)
  • Daniel 2 – Daniel Interprets Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream (605 BC)

  • II Kings 24 – Rebellion of Jehoiakim (601 BC)
  • II Kings 24:10 – Jehoiachim Exiled (597 BC)
  • II Kings 24:18 – Zedekiah Reigns in Judah (597 BC)

  • Jeremiah 48 – Jeremiah Prophesies Against Moab (594 BC)
  • Jeremiah 49 – Jeremiah Prophesies Against Ammon (594 BC)

  • Ezekiel 1 – Ezekiel’s Prophecy at Chebar (593 BC)
  • Ezekiel 2 – Ezekiel’s Calling & Instruction (593 BC)
  • Ezekiel 3 – Ezekiel Eats the Scroll (593 BC)
  • Ezekiel 4 – Ezekiel Foretells Siege of Jerusalem (Ch. 4-5) (593 BC)
  • Ezekiel 5
  • Ezekiel 6 – Ezekiel’s Vision of the End (Ch. 6-7) (593 BC)
  • Ezekiel 7
  • Ezekiel 8 – Ezekiel’s First Temple Vision (Ch. 8-19) (592 BC)
  • Ezekiel 9
  • Ezekiel 10
  • Ezekiel 11
  • Ezekiel 12
  • Ezekiel 13
  • Ezekiel 14
  • Ezekiel 15
  • Ezekiel 16
  • Ezekiel 17
  • Ezekiel 18
  • Ezekiel 19
  • Ezekiel 20 – Ezekiel Sees God Refuse the Elders (591 BC)
  • Ezekiel 21 – Ezekiel Prophesies Against Jerusalem (Ch. 21-22) (591 BC)
  • Ezekiel 22
  • Ezekiel 23 – Ezekiel Prophesies Against Two Sisters (591 BC)

  • II Kings 25 – Siege of Jerusalem Begins; Fall of Jerusalem (588 BC)
  • Ezekiel 24 – Siege of Jerusalem Begins (588 BC)

  • Jeremiah 21 – Jeremiah’s Conflicts (Ch. 21-33) (588 BC)
  • Jeremiah 22
  • Jeremiah 23
  • Jeremiah 24
  • Jeremiah 25
  • Jeremiah 26
  • Jeremiah 27
  • Jeremiah 28
  • Jeremiah 29
  • Jeremiah 30
  • Jeremiah 31
  • Jeremiah 32
  • Jeremiah 33
  • Jeremiah 34 – Jeremiah Prophesies Judgment on Judah (Ch. 34-39) (588 BC)
  • Jeremiah 35
  • Jeremiah 36
  • Jeremiah 37
  • Jeremiah 38
  • Jeremiah 39
    • Psalm 74 – The Enemy in Possession (Jer. 39:10)
    • Psalm 79 – A Prayer with Jerusalem in Ruins (Jer. 39:10)
    • Psalm 94 – A Prayer for Vengeance (Jer. 39:10)
  • Jeremiah 40 Jeremiah Prophesies Judgment on Judah (Ch. 40-45)
  • Jeremiah 41
  • Jeremiah 42
  • Jeremiah 43
  • Jeremiah 44
  • Jeremiah 45

  • Ezekiel 25 – God’s Vengeance on Ammon & Edom (587 BC)

  • Jeremiah 52 – Fall of Jerusalem (586 BC)
  • Jeremiah 50 – Jeremiah Prophesies Against Babylon (Ch. 50-51) (586 BC)
  • Jeremiah 51

Captivity Era: 586-539 BC

  • Lamentations 1 – Jeremiah’s Lamentations (586 BC)
  • Lamentations 2
  • Lamentations 3
  • Lamentations 4
  • Lamentations 5

  • Ezekiel 26 – Ezekiel Pronounces Judgment on Tyre (Ch. 26-28) (586 BC)
  • Ezekiel 27
  • Ezekiel 28
  • Ezekiel 29 – Ezekiel Prophesies Against Egypt (Ch. 29-32) (586 BC)
  • Ezekiel 30
  • Ezekiel 31
  • Ezekiel 32
  • Ezekiel 33
    • Ezekiel the Watchman (586 BC)
    • Ezekiel Explains Jerusalem’s Fall (585 BC)
  • Ezekiel 34 – Ezekiel Foresees Reproof & Restoration (Ch. 34-36) (585)
  • Ezekiel 35
  • Ezekiel 36
  • Ezekiel 37 – Ezekiel Sees Resurrection of Dry Bones (585 BC)
  • Ezekiel 38 – Ezekiel Sees Future Battle (585 BC)
  • Ezekiel 39 – Ezekiel Sees God’s Judgment Upon Gog (585 BC)

  • Daniel 3 : 1-23 – Shadrach, Meschach, and Abednego (585 BC)
  • Daniel 3 : 24-90 – “The Prayer of Azariah & The Song of the Three Holy Children” (585 BC)
  • Daniel 4 – Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream & Daniel’s Interpretation (582 BC)

  • Baruch 1 – Confession (Ch. 1-2) (581 BC)
  • Baruch 2
  • Baruch 3 – Prayer (581 BC)
  • Baruch 4 – Discourse on Wisdom (Ch. 4-5) (581 BC)
  • Baruch 5
  • Baruch 6 – (Catholic Only – Same as Letter of Jeremiah in Orthodox) (581 BC)
  • Letter of Jeremiah – (Orthodox Only – Same as Baruch 6 in Catholic) (581 BC)

  • Ezekiel 40 – Ezekiel’s Second Temple Vision (Ch. 40-48) (573 BC)
  • Ezekiel 41
  • Ezekiel 42
  • Ezekiel 43
  • Ezekiel 44
  • Ezekiel 45
  • Ezekiel 46
  • Ezekiel 47
  • Ezekiel 48

  • Daniel 5 – Daniel Interprets Handwriting on the Wall (539 BC)
  • Daniel 6 – Daniel Survives the Lion’s Den (539 BC)
  • Daniel 7 – Daniel’s Vision of Four Beasts (539 BC)
    • Psalm 10 – False Security of the Wicked (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 13 – The “How Long” Psalm (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 14 – The Psalm of the Atheist Fool (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 15 – Requirements for Living in the Lord’s Tent (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 25 – Trust in the Midst of Trouble (Dan 7:28)
    • Psalm 26 – How to Avoid Backsliding (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 27 – On Desire in Time of Trouble (Dan 7:28)
    • Psalm 36 – Wicked Way vs. God’s Way (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 37 – Fret Not (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 49 – The Folly of Unbelief (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 50 – The Nature of True Worship; Judgment of Godly & Wicked (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 53 – Psalm of the Fool (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 67 – Future Kingdom Blessing (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 77 – The Troubled Saint (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 80 – Christ, the Strong Man (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 89 – Davidic Covenant (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 92 – Sabbath Psalm of Rest (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 93 – The King & His Throne (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 123 – Waiting in Faith (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 130 – Who Shall Stand? (Dan. 7:28)
    • Psalm 137 – Babylon Captivity & Weeping (Dan. 7:28)
  • Daniel 8 – Daniel’s Vision of the Ram & Goat (539 BC)
  • Daniel 9 – Daniel’s Prayer & Gabriel’s Answer (539 BC)
    • Psalm 102 – A Prayer in Humiliation (Dan. 9:27)
  • Daniel 10 – Daniel Comforted by the Angel (539 BC)
  • Daniel 11 – Daniel Prophesies Overthrow of Persia (539 BC)
  • Daniel 12 – Daniel Prophesies Deliverance for Israel (539 BC)
  • Daniel 13 – Vindication of Susanna (539 BC)
  • Daniel 14 – Bel & the Dragon (539 BC)

Return Era: 537-430 BC

  • Ezra 1 – The Proclamation of Cyrus (537 BC)
    • Psalm 85 – Revival Prayer (Ezra 1:4)
    • Psalm 126 – A Psalm of Freedom (Ezra 1:4)
  • Ezra 2 – The Exiles Return (537 BC)
  • Ezra 3 – Temple Work Begins (535 BC)
    • Psalm 87 – A Song of Zion (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 107 – Thanksgiving for Affliction (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 111 – Revered is His Name (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 112 – God’s Plan is Greater than the Pressures of Life (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 113 – From Dunghill to Ruler (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 114 – When Israel Went Out of Egypt (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 116 – Dying Grace (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 117 – The Shortest Psalm (Praise) (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 125 – Security for the Trusting (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 127 – Safety in the Lord (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 128 – Earthly Blessings (Ezra 3:7)
    • Psalm 66 – Worthy Worship Psalm (Ezra 3:13)
    • Psalm 84 – Sons of Grace (Ezra 3:13)
  • Ezra 4 – Adversaries Hinder Temple Work; Artaxerxes Orders Work Stopped (534 BC)
    • Psalm 129 – Comfort in Affliction (Ezra 4:24)
  • Ezra 5 – Tattenai’s Letter to Darius (520 BC)
  • Ezra 6 – Temple Work Resumed by Darius’ Decree (520 BC)

  • Haggai 1 – The Word of the Lord by Haggai (Ch. 1-2) (520 BC)
    • A Call to Build the House of the Lord (520 BC)
  • Haggai 2
    • 1-8 – The Promised Glory of a New House (520 BC)
    • 10-19 – Blessings for a Defiled People (520 BC)
    • 20-23 – Zerubbabel the Lord’s Signet Ring (520 BC)

  • Zechariah 1 – (520 BC)
    • 1-6 – A Call to Return to the Lord
    • 7-17 – The Man Among the Myrtle Trees
    • 18-21 – Four Horns & Four Craftsmen
  • Zechariah 2 – A Man With a Measuring Line
  • Zechariah 3 – Clean Garments for the High Priest
  • Zechariah 4 – The Gold Lampstand & the Two Olive Trees
  • Zechariah 5 – The Flying Scroll & the Woman in the Basket
  • Zechariah 6 – Four Chariots & A Crown for Joshua
  • Zechariah 7 – Justice & Mercy, Not Fasting
  • Zechariah 8 – The Lord Promises to Bless Jerusalem
  • Zechariah 9
    • 1-8 – Judgment on Israel’s Enemies
    • 9-13 – The Coming of Zion’s King
    • 14-17 – The Lord Will Appear
  • Zechariah 10 – The Lord Will Care for Judah
  • Zechariah 11 – Two Shepherds
  • Zechariah 12
    • 1-9 – Jerusalem’s Enemies to be Destroyed
    • 10-14 – Mourning for the One They Pierced
  • Zechariah 13
    • 1-6 – Cleansing from Sin
    • 7-9 The Shepherd Struck, the Sheep Scattered
  • Zechariah 14 – The Lord Comes & Reigns

  • I Esdras 1 (520 BC)
    • 1-22 – Josiah Celebrates the Passover
    • 23-33 – The End of Josiah’s Reign
    • 34-46 – The Last Kings of Judah
    • 47-58 – The Fall of Jerusalem
  • I Esdras 2 (520 BC)
    • 1-15 – Cyrus Permits the Exiles to Return
    • 16-30 – Opposition to Rebuilding Jerusalem
  • I Esdras 3 (520 BC)
    • 1-17 – The Debate of the Three Bodyguards
    • 18-24 – The Speech About Wine
  • I Esdras 4 (520 BC)
    • 1-12 – The Speech About the King
    • 13-32 – The Speech About Women
    • 33-41 – The Speech About Truth
    • 42-57 – Zerubbabel’s Reward
    • 58-63 – Zerubbabel’s Prayer
  • I Esdras 5 (520 BC)
    • 1-46 – List of the Returning Exiles
    • 47-55 – Worship Begins Again
    • 56-73 – Foundations of the Temple Are Laid
  • I Esdras 6 (520 BC)
    • 1-22 – Work on the Temple Begins Again
    • 23-34 – Official Permission Granted

  • Ezra 6 – Completion & Dedication of the Temple (515 BC)
    • Psalm 138 – Magnified Thy Word Above Thy Name (Ezra 6:13)
    • Psalm 48 – Jerusalem, the City of God (Ezra 6:22)
    • Psalm 81 – God Bares the Heart (Ezra 6:22)
    • Psalm 146 – Praise & Trust (Ezra 6:22)
    • Psalm 147 – Praise for God’s Grace to Israel (Ezra 6:22)
    • Psalm 148 – Praise from All Creation (Ezra 6:22)
    • Psalm 149 – A New Song of Praise (Ezra 6:22)
    • Psalm 150 – Praise Ye the Lord (Ezra 6:22)

  • I Esdras 7 (515 BC)
    • 1-9 – The Temple is Dedicated
    • 10-15 – The Passover
  • I Esdras 8 (515 BC)
    • 1-7 – Ezra Arrives in Jerusalem
    • 8-24 – The King’s Mandate
    • 25-27 – Ezra Praises God
    • 28-49 – The Leaders Who Returned
    • 50-53 – Ezra Proclaims a Fast
    • 54-60 – The Gifts for the Temple
    • 61-67 – The Return to Jerusalem
    • 68-90 – Ezra’s Prayer
    • 91 – 96 – The Plan for Ending Mixed Marriages
  • I Esdras 9 (515 BC)
    • 1-36 – The Expulsion of Foreign Wives
    • 37-55 – Ezra Reads the Law to the People

  • II Esdras 1 (510 BC)
    • 1-3 – The Genealogy of Ezra
    • 4-12 – Ezra’s Prophetic Call
    • 12- 23 – God’s Mercies to Israel
    • 24 – 40 – Israel’s Disobedience and Rejection
  • II Esdras 2
    • 1-14 – God’s Judgment on Israel
    • 15-32 – Exhortation to Good Works
    • 33-41 – Ezra on Mount Horeb
    • 42-48 – Ezra Sees the Son of God
  • II Esdras 3
    • 1-27 – Ezra’s Prayer of Complaint
    • 28-36 – Babylon Compared with Zion
  • II Esdras 4
    • 1-12 – Limitations of the Human Mind
    • 13-21 – Parable of the Forest & the Sea
    • 22-32 – The New Age Will Make All Things Clear
    • 33-43 – When Will the New Age Come?
    • 44-52 – How Much Time Remains?
  • II Esdras 5
    • 1-13 – Signs of the End
    • 14-20 – Conclusion of the Vision
    • 21-30 – Ezra’s Second Prayer of Complaint
    • 31-40 – Response to Ezra’s Complaints
    • 41-49 – Why Successive Generations Have Been Created
    • 50-56 – When and How Will the End Come?
  • II Esdras 6
    • 1-6 – Plans Laid at Creation
    • 7-10 – The Dividing of the Times
    • 11-28 – More Signs of the End
    • 29-34 – Conclusion of the Second Vision
    • 35-37 – The Third Vision
    • 38-54 – God’s Work in Creation
    • 55-59 – Why Do God’s People Suffer?
  • II Esdras 7
    • 1-16 – Response to Ezra’s Questions
    • 17-25 – The Fate of the Ungodly
    • 26-44 – The Temporary Messianic Kingdom
    • 45-61 – Only a Few Will Be Saved
    • 62-74 – Lamentation of Ezra, with Response
    • 75-101 – State of the Dead Before Judgment
    • 102-115 – No Intercession for the Ungodly
    • 116-131 – Lamentation Over the Fate of Most People
    • 132-140 – Ezra Appeals to God’s Mercy
  • II Esdras 8
    • 1-19 – Ezra Again Appeals to God’s Mercy
    • 20-36 – Ezra’s Prayer
    • 37-45 – Response to Ezra’s Prayer
    • 46-63 – Ezra’s Final Appeal for Mercy
  • II Esdras 9
    • 1-13 – More About the Signals of the End
    • 14-25 – The Argument Recapitulated
    • 26-37 – The Abiding Glory of the Mosaic Law
    • 38-46 – The Vision of a Weeping Woman
  • II Esdras 10
    • 1-28 – Continued Vision of a Weeping Woman
    • 29-59 – Uriel’s Interpretation of the Vision
  • II Esdras 11
    • 1-35 – The Vision of the Eagle
    • 36-46 – A Lion Roused from the Forest
  • II Esdras 12
    • 1-39 – The Interpretation of the Vision
    • 40-51 – The People Come to Ezra
  • II Esdras 13
    • 1-12 – The Man from the Sea
    • 13-58 – The Interpretation of the Vision
  • II Esdras 14
    • 1-18 – The Lord Commissions Ezra
    • 19-26 – Ezra’s Concern to Restore the Scriptures
    • 27-36 – Ezra’s Last Words to the People
    • 37-48 – The Restoration of the Scriptures
  • II Esdras 15
    • 1-27 – Vengeance on the Wicked
    • 28-33 – A Terrifying Vision of Warfare
    • 34-45 – Judgment on Babylon
    • 46-63 – Judgment on Asia
  • II Esdras 16
    • 1-17 – Further Denunciations
    • 18-34 – The Horror of the Last Days
    • 35-50 – God’s People Must Prepare for the End
    • 51-67 – The Power and Wisdom of God
    • 68-73 – Impending Persecution of God’s People
    • 74-78 – Promise of Divine Deliverance

  • Esther 1 – Queen Vashti Deposed (483 BC)
  • Esther 11 – Mordecai’s Dream; Plot Against the King, (480 BC)
  • Esther 12 – A Plot Against the King; The King’s Letter (478 BC)
  • Esther 2 – Esther Becomes Queen; Mordecai Thwarts a Conspiracy (478 BC)
  • Esther 3 – Haman Seeks Revenge on the Jews (474 BC)
  • Esther 13 – The King’s Letter; Mordecai’s Prayer (474 BC)
  • Esther 4 – Mordecai Informs Esther of Haman’s Plot (473 BC)
  • Esther 14 – Esther’s Prayer (473 BC)
  • Esther 15 – Esther is Received by the King (473 BC)
  • Esther 5 – Esther Prepares a Banquet (473 BC)
  • Esther 6 – The King Honors Mordecai (473 BC)
  • Esther 7 – Haman is Hanged(473 BC)
  • Esther 8 – Xerxes’ Edict on Behalf of Esther & Jews (473 BC)
  • Esther 16 – The Decree of Artaxerxes (473 BC)
  • Esther 9 – Purim Instituted (472 BC)
  • Esther 10 – Xerxes’ Tribute to Mordecai (472 BC)

  • Ezra 7 – Ezra Journeys to Jerusalem; Ezra Commissioned by Artaxerxes (458 BC)
    • Psalm 134 – Worship at Night (Ezra 7:3)
  • Ezra 8 – Families Return to Jerusalem with Ezra (457 BC)
  • Ezra 9 – Ezra’s Reforms (457 BC)
  • Ezra 10 – Ezra’s Prayer About Intermarriage (456 BC)

  • Nehemiah 1 – Nehemiah’s Prayer for the Exiles (445 BC)
  • Nehemiah 2 – Artaxerxes Sends Nehemiah to Jerusalem (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 3 – Builders of the Walls Named (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 4 – Builders Overcome Ridicule (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 5 – Nehemiah Abolishes Debt & Bondage (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 6 – Sanballat’s Plot; Completion of the Wall (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 7 – Census of Returned Exiles (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 8 – Ezra Reads the Law (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 9 – Israelites Fast & Repent (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 10 – Israelites Seal the Covenant (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 11 – People Settle in Jerusalem (Ch. 11-12) (444 BC)
  • Nehemiah 12
  • Nehemiah 13 – Nehemiah Restores Laws (432 BC)
    • Psalm 1 – The Blessed Man (Nehemiah 13:3)
    • Psalm 119 – Manual of Devotion by Ezra (Nehemiah 13:3)

  • Malachi 1 – The Word of the Lord by Malachi (Ch. 1-4) (430 BC)
    • 1-5 – Israel Preferred to Edom
    • 6-14 – Corruption of the Priesthood
  • Malachi 2 (430 BC)
    • 1-9 – Command to Priests
    • 10-17 – The Covenant Profaned by Judah
  • Malachi 3 (430 BC)
    • 1-7 – The Coming Messenger
    • 8-15 – Do Not Rob God
    • 16-18 – The Reward of the Faithful
  • Malachi 4 (430 BC) – The Great Day of the Lord

Silent Era: 429-6 BC

  • III Maccabees 1 (222-204 BC)
    • 1-7 – The Battle of Raphia
    • 8-15 – Philopator Attempts to Enter the Temple
    • 16-29 – Jewish Resistance to Ptolemy
  • III Maccabees 2
    • 1-20 – The Prayer of the High Priest Simon
    • 21-24 – God’s Punishment of Ptolemy
    • 25-33 – Hostile Measures Against the Jews
  • III Maccabees 3
    • 1-10 – The Jews & their Neighbors
    • 11-30 – Ptolemy’s Decree that All Jews Be Arrested
  • III Maccabees 4
    • 1-10 – The Jews Deported to Alexandria
    • 11-21 – The Jews Imprisoned at Schedia
  • III Maccabees 5 – Execution of the Jews is Thwarted
  • III Maccabees 6
    • 1-15 – The Prayer of Eleazar
    • 16-29 – Two Angels Rescue the Jews
    • 30-41 – The Jews Celebrate Their Deliverance
  • III Maccabees 7
    • 1-9 – Ptolemy’s Letter on Behalf of the Jews
    • 10-23 – The Jews Return Home with Joy

  • [Note: The Book of Sirach is believed to have been written between 196-176 BC. It is considered one of the “Wisdom Books,” but does not have a very specific place in the overall timeline. The writings are more informational and philosophical, not dependent on exact dates of events, and thus I have placed it in the approximate timeline of when it was belived to have been written.
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 1 – Praise of Wisdom
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 2 – Duties Toward God
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 3
    • 3:1 – 3:16 – Duties Toward Parents
    • 3:17 – 3:29 – Humility
    • 3:30 – 3:31 – Alms for the Poor
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 4
    • 4:1 – 4:10 – Duties Toward the Poor & Oppressed
    • 4:11 – 4:31 – The Rewards of Wisdom
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 5 – Precepts for Everyday Living
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 6 – Friendships False & True; Blessings of Wisdom
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 7 – Advice on Relations with Others
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 8 – Prudence & Common Sense
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 9
    • 9:1 – 9:9 – Advice Concerning Women
    • 9:10 – 9:16 – Choice of Friends
    • 9:17 – 10:5 – Concerning Rulers
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 10
    • 10:6 – 10:18 – The Sin of Pride
    • 10:19 – 10:25 – Persons Deserving Honor
    • 10:26 – 10:31 – Concerning Humility
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 11 – Deceptiveness of Appearances
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 12 – Care in Choosing Friends
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 13 – Caution Regarding Associates
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 14 – Responsible Use of Wealth
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 15 – Happiness of Wisdom & Freedom of Choice
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 16
    • 16:1 – 16:23 – God’s Punishment of Sinners
    • 16:24 – 17:24 – God’s Wisdom Seen in Creation
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 17 – Call to Repentance
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 18
    • 18:1 – 18:14 – The Majesty of God
    • 18:15 – 18:18 – The Right Spirit in Giving Alms
    • 18:19 – 18:30 – The Need of Reflection & Self-Control
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 19
    • 19:4 – 19:17 – Against Loose Talk
    • 19:20 – 19:30 – True & False Wisdom
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 20
    • 20:1 – 20:8 – Silence & Speech
    • 20:9 – 20:17 – Paradoxes
    • 20:18 – 20:23 – Inappropriate Speech
    • 20:24 – 20:26 – Lying
    • 20:27 – 20:31 – Proverbial Sayings
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 21
    • 21:1 – 21:10 – Various Sins
    • 21:11 – 21:28 – Wisdom & Foolishness
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 22
    • 22:1 – 22:6 – The Idler
    • 22:9 – 22:18 – Wisdom & Folly
    • 22:19 – 22:26 – The Preservation of Friendship
    • 22:27 – 23:6 – A Prayer for Help Against Sinning
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 23
    • 23:7 – 23:11 – Discipline of the Tongue
    • 23:12 – 23:15 – Foul Language
    • 23:16 – 23:27 – Concerning Sexual Sins
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 24 – Wisdom & The Law
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 25
    • 25:1 – 25:11 – Those Who Are Worthy of Praise
    • 25:13 – 25:26 – Some Extreme Forms of Evil
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 26
    • 26:1 – 26:4 – The Joy of a Good Wife
    • 26:5 – 26:12 – The Worst of Evils: A Wicked Wife
    • 26:13 – 26:27 – The Blessing of a Good Wife
    • 26:28 – 27:3 – The Temptation of Commerce
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 27
    • 27:4 – 27:7 – Tests in Life
    • 27:8 – 27:10 – Reward & Retribution
    • 27:11 – 27:15 – Varieties of Speech
    • 27:16 – 27:21 – Betraying Secrets
    • 27:22 – 27:29 – Hypocrisy & Retribution
    • 27:30 – 28:11 – Anger & Vengeance
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 28 – The Evil Tongue
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 29 – Lending, Debts, Hospitality
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 30 – Concerning Children & Food
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 31
    • 31:1 – 31:11 – Right Attitude Toward Riches
    • 31:12 – 31:24 – Table Etiquette
    • 31:25 – 31:31 – Temperance in Drinking Wine
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 32
    • 32:1 – 32:13 – Etiquette at a Banquet
    • 32:14 – 33:6 – The Providence of God
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 33
    • 33:7 – 33:19 – Differences in Nature & Humankind
    • 33:20 – 33:24 – The Advantage of Independence
    • 33:25 – 33:33 – The Treatment of Slaves
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 34
    • 34:1 – 34:8 – Dreams Mean Nothing
    • 34:9 – 34:13 – Experience as a Teacher
    • 34:14 – 34:20 – Fear the Lord
    • 34:21 – 34:31 – Offering Sacrifices
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 35 – The Law, Sacrifices, & Divine Justice
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 36
    • 36:1 – 36:22 – A Prayer for God’s People
    • 36:23 – 36:31 – Concerning Discrimination
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 37
    • 37:1 – 37:6 – False Friends
    • 37:7 – 37:15 – Caution in Taking Advice
    • 37:16 – 37:26 – True & False Wisdom
    • 37:27 – 37:31 – Concerning Moderation
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 38
    • 38:1 – 38:15 – Concerning Physicians & Health
    • 38:16 – 38:23. -On Mourning for the Dead
    • 38:24 – 38:34 – Trades & Crafts
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 39 – The Scribe’s Hymn of Praise to God
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 40
    • 40:1 – 40:11 – Human Wretchedness
    • 40:12 – 40:17 – Injustice Will Not Prosper
    • 40:18. -40:27 – The Joys of Life
    • 40:28 – 40:30 – The Disgrace of Begging
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 41 – Concerning Death & The Fate of the Wicked
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 42 – The Works of God in Nature
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 43 – The Splendor of the Sun & The Glory of the Stars & Rainbow
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 44 – Hymn in Honor of Our Ancestors: Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Isaac & Jacob
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 45 – Moses, Aaron, Phinehas
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 46 – Joshua & Caleb, The Judges
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 47 – Nathan, David, Solomon, Rehoboam & Jeroboam
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 48 – Elijah, Elisha, Hezekiah, Isaiah
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 49 – Josiah & Other Worthies, Retrospect
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 50 – Simon, Son of Onias, a Benediction & Epilogue
  • Sirach / Ecclesiasticus 51
    • 51:1 – 51:12 – Prayer of Jesus Son of Sirach
    • 51:13 – 51:30 – Autobiographical Poem on Wisdom

  • I Maccabees 1
    • 1-9 – Alexander the Great
    • 10-15 – Antiochus Epiphanes and Renegade Jews
    • 16-19 – Antiochus in Egypt
    • 20-28 – Persecution of the Jews
    • 29-40 – The Occupation of Jerusalem
    • 41-64 – Installation of Gentile Cults
  • I Maccabees 2
    • 1-14 – Mattathias & His Sons
    • 15-41 – Pagan Worship Refused
    • 42-48 – Counter-Attack
    • 49-70 – The Last Words of Mattathias
  • I Maccabees 3 – Leadership of Judas Maccabeus (Ch. 3:1 – 9:22)
    • 1-26 – The Early Victories of Judas
    • 27-37 – The Policy of Antiochus
    • 38-60 – Preparations for Battle
  • I Maccabees 4
    • 1-25 – The Battle at Emmaus
    • 26-35 – First Campaign of Lysias
    • 36-61 – Cleansing and Dedication of the Temple
  • I Maccabees 5
    • 1-8 – Wars with Neighboring Peoples
    • 9-23 – Liberation of Galilean Jews
    • 24-44 – Judas & Jonathan in Gilead
    • 45-54 – The Return to Jerusalem
    • 55-64 – Joseph & Azariah Defeated
    • 65-68 – Success at Hebron & Phillistia
  • I Maccabees 6
    • 1-17 – The Last Days of Antiochus Epiphanes
    • 18-31 – Renewed Attacks from Syria
    • 32-47 – The Battle at Beth-Zechariah
    • 48-54 – The Siege of the Temple
    • 55-63 – Syria Offers Terms
  • I Maccabees 7
    • 1-25 – Expedition of Bacchides and Alcimus
    • 26-32 – Nicanor in Judea
    • 33-38 – Nicanor Threatens the Temple
    • 39-49 – The Death of Nicanor
  • I Maccabees 8
    • 1-16 – A Eulogy of the Romans
    • 17-32 – An Alliance of Rome
  • I Maccabees 9 – Leadership of Jonathan (Ch. 9:23 – 12:53)
    • 1-10 – Bacchides Returns to Judea
    • 11-22 – The Last Battle of Judas
    • 23-31 – Jonathan Succeeds Judas
    • 32-49 – The Campaign of Jonathan
    • 50-57 – Bacchides Builds Fortifications
    • 58-73 – The End of the War
  • I Maccabees 10
    • 1-17 – Revolt of Alexander Epiphanes
    • 18-25 – Jonathan Becomes High Priest
    • 26-45 – A Letter from Demetrius to Jonathan
    • 46-50 – Death of Demetrius
    • 51-66 – Treaty of Ptolemy and Alexander
    • 67-89 – Apollonius is Defeated by Jonathan
  • I Maccabees 11
    • 1-19 – Ptolemy Invades Syria
    • 20-37 – Jonathan’s Diplomacy
    • 38-53 – The Intrigue of Trypho
    • 54-59 – Trypho Seizes Power
    • 60-74 – Campaigns of Jonathan and Simon
  • I Maccabees 12
    • 1-23 – Alliances with Rome & Sparta
    • 24-38 – Further Campaigns of Jonathan and Simon
    • 39-53 – Trypho Captures Jonathan
  • I Maccabees 13 – Leadership of Simon (Ch. 13 – 16)
    • 1-11 – Simon Takes Command
    • 12-24 – Deceit and Treachery of Trypho
    • 25-30 – Jonathan’s Tomb
    • 31-42 – Judea Gains Independence
    • 43-48 – The Capture of Gazara by Simon
    • 49-53 – Simon Regains the Citadel at Jerusalem
  • I Maccabees 14
    • 1-3 Capture of Demetrius
    • 4-15 – Eulogy of Simon
    • 16-24 – Diplomacy with Rome & Sparta
    • 25-49 – Official Honors for Simon
  • I Maccabees 15
    • 1-14 – Letter of Antiochus VII
    • 15-24 – Rome Supports the Jews
    • 25-36 – Antiochus VII Threatens Simon
    • 37-41 – Victory Over Cendebeus
  • I Maccabees 16
    • 1-10 – Victory Over Cendebeus Continued
    • 11-17 – Murder of Simon & His Sons
    • 18-24 – John Succeeds Simon

  • II Maccabees 1 – Two Letters to the Jews of Egypt (161 BC)
    • 1-9 – A Letter to the Jews in Egypt
    • 10-17 – A Letter to Aristobulus
    • 18-36 – Fire Consumes Nehemiah’s Sacrifice
  • II Maccabees 2 – Book Compiler’s Preface (161 BC)
    • 1-18 – Jeremiah Hides the Tent, Ark, and Altar
    • 19-31 – The Compiler’s Preface
  • II Maccabees 3 – The Story of Heliodonus (161 BC)
    • 1-12 – Arrival of Heliodorus in Jerusalem
    • 13-21 – Heliodorus Plans to Rob the Temple
    • 22-28 – The Lord Protects His Temple
    • 29-34 – Onias Prays for Heliodorus
    • 35 – 40 – The Conversion of Heliodorus
  • II Maccabees 4 – Hellenistic Propaganda and Persecution Under Antiochus Epiphanes (Ch. 4-7)
    • 1-6 – Simon Accuses Onias
    • 7-17 – Jason’s Reforms
    • 18-22 – Jason Introduces Greek Customs
    • 23-29 – Menelaus Becomes High Priest
    • 30-34 – The Murder of Onias
    • 35-38 – Andronicus is Punished
    • 39-50 – Unpopularity of Lysimachus & Menelaus
  • II Maccabees 5
    • 1-14 – Jason Tries to Regain Control
    • 15-27 – Pillage of the Temple
  • II Maccabees 6
    • 1-11 – The Suppression of Judaism
    • 12-17 – Providential Significance of the Persecution
    • 18-31 – The Martyrdom of Eleazar
  • II Maccabees 7 – The Martyrdom of the Seven Brothers (161 BC)
  • II Maccabees 8 – The Victory of Judaism (Ch. 8-10) (161 BC)
    • 1-11 – The Revolt of Judas Maccabeus
    • 12-20 – Preparation for Battle
    • 21-29 – Judas Defeats Nicanor
    • 30-36 – Judas Defeats Timothy & Bacchides
  • II Maccabees 9
    • 1-12 – The Last Campaign of Antiochus Epiphanes
    • 13-18 – Antiochus Makes a Promise to God
    • 19-29 – Antiochus’ Letter & Death
  • II Maccabees 10 – The Struggle of Judas Against the Neighboring Peoples, and Against Lysias, Eupator’s High Commissioner (Ch 10-13) (161 BC)
    • 1-9 Purification of the Temple
    • 10-13 – Accession of Antiochus Eupator
    • 14-23 – Campaign in Idumea
    • 24-38 – Judas Defeats Timothy
  • II Maccabees 11
    • 1-12 – Lysias Besieges Beth-Zur
    • 13-38 – Lysias Makes Peace with the Jews
  • II Maccabees 12
    • 1-9 – Incidents at Joppa & Jamnia
    • 10-16 – The Campaign in Gilead
    • 17-25 – Judas Defeats Timothy’s Army
    • 26-31 – Judas Wins Over Victories
    • 32-37 – Judas Defeats Gorgias
    • 38-45 – Prayers for Those Killed in Battle
  • II Maccabees 13
    • 1-8 – Menelaus is Put to Death
    • 9-17 – A Battle Near the City of Modein
    • 18-26 – Antiochus Makes a Treaty with the Jews
  • II Maccabees 14 – The Conflict With Nicanor, General of Demetrius I, The Day of Nicanor (Ch. 14-15) (161 BC)
    • 1-14 – Alcimus Speaks Against Judas
    • 15-25 – Nicanor Makes Friends with Judas
    • 26-36 – Nicanor Turns Against Judas
    • 37-46 – Razis Dies for His Country
  • II Maccabees 15
    • 1-5 – Nicanor’s Arrogance
    • 6-19 – Judas Prepares the Jews for Battle
    • 20-37 – The Defeat & Death of Nicanor
    • 38-39 – The Compiler’s Epilogue

  • IV Maccabees 1 (161-100 BC)
    • 1-12 – The Author’s Definition of His Task
    • 13-38 – The Supremacy of Reason
  • IV Maccabees 2 – Compatibility of the Law with Reason
  • IV Maccabees 3
    • 1-5 – Introduction
    • 6-18 – King David’s Thirst
    • 19-21 – An Attempt on the Temple Treasury
  • IV Maccabees 4
    • 1-14 – Onias vs. Simon
    • 15-26 – Antiochus’ Persecution of the Jews
  • IV Maccabees 5 – Antiochus’ Encounter with Eleazar
  • IV Maccabees 6 – Martyrdom of Eleazar
  • IV Maccabees 7 – An Encomium on Eleazar
  • IV Maccabees 8 – Seven Brothers Defy the Tyrant
  • IV Maccabees 9
    • 1-9 – Seven Brothers Defy the Tyrant Continued
    • 10-32 – The Torture of the First & Second Brothers
  • IV Maccabees 10 – The Torture of the Third & Fourth Brothers
  • IV Maccabees 11 – The Torture of the Fifth & Sixth Brothers
  • IV Maccabees 12 – The Torture of the Seventh Brother
  • IV Maccabees 13 – Reason’s Sovereignty in the Seven
  • IV Maccabees 14
    • 1-10 – Reason’s Sovereignty Continued
    • 11 – 20 – An Encomium on the Mother of the Seven
  • IV Maccabees 15 – An Encomium on the Mother of the Seven Continued
  • IV Maccabees 16 – An Encomium on the Mother of the Seven Continued
  • IV Maccabees 17 – The Effect of the Martyrdoms
  • IV Maccabees 18 – The Mother’s Address to Her Children

  • [Note: Judith is considered a work of ‘Historical Fiction’ by many, in which the rulers and characters named are used as comparisons to ones from the time it was written, the era of which is disputed. The most modern theory is that it was written during the reign of Queen Salome Alexandra, which took place from 76-67 BC, and is a commentary on individuals of that time using the names of famous rulers of the past. Other estimates range anywhere from 650-350 BC.]
  • Judith 1 – Assyrian Threat (Ch. 1-3)
  • Judith 2
  • Judith 3
  • Judith 4 – Siege of Bethulia (Ch. 4-7)
  • Judith 5
  • Judith 6
  • Judith 7
  • Judith 8 – Judith, Instrument of the Lord (Ch. 8-10)
  • Judith 9
  • Judith 10 – Judith Goes out to War (Ch. 10-13)
  • Judith 11
  • Judith 12
  • Judith 13
  • Judith 14 – Victory & Thanksgiving (Ch. 14-16)
  • Judith 15
  • Judith 16

Gospel Era: 6 BC – 30 AD

  • Luke 1 – Birth of John the Baptist (6 BC)
  • John 1 : 1-14 – Birth of John the Baptist (6 BC)

  • Luke 2 : 1-38 – Augustus Taxes the Roman Empire (6 BC)

  • Matthew 1 – Birth of Jesus (5 BC)
  • Mark 1 – Birth of Jesus (5 BC)
  • Luke 2 : 39-40 – Birth of Jesus (5 BC)
  • John 1:14 – Birth of Jesus (5 BC)

  • Matthew 2
    • Visit of the Magi (5 BC)
    • Escape to Egypt (5 BC)
    • Slaughter of Infants (4 BC)
    • Return to Nazareth (4 BC)

  • Luke 2 : 40-52 – The Boy Jesus at the Temple (8 AD)

  • Matthew 3 – John the Baptist Prepares the Way (26 AD)
  • Mark 1:4 – John the Baptist Prepares the Way (26 AD)
  • Luke 3 – John the baptist Prepares the Way (26 AD)
  • John 1 – John the Baptist Prepares the Way (26 AD)

  • Matthew 3:13 – Baptism of Jesus (26 AD)
  • Mark 1:9 – Baptism of Jesus (26 AD)
  • Luke 3:21 – Baptism of Jesus (26 AD)

  • Matthew 4 – Temptation of Jesus (27 AD)
  • Mark 1:12 – Temptation of Jesus (27 AD)
  • Luke 3:21 – Temptation of Jesus (27 AD)

  • Matthew 4:18 – Jesus Calls His First Disciples (27 AD)
  • Mark 1:16 – Jesus Calls His First Disciples (27 AD)
  • Luke 5 – Jesus Calls His First Disciples (27 AD)

  • John 2 – Wedding at Cana (27 AD)
  • John 3 – Jesus Teaches Nicodemus (27 AD)
  • John 4 – Jesus Testifies to the Samaritan Woman (27 AD)

  • Matthew 5 – Sermon on the Mount (Ch. 5-7) (27 AD)
  • Matthew 6
  • Matthew 7

  • Luke 11 – Instructions on Prayer (28 AD)

  • Matthew 8 – Jesus Minsters in Galilee (28 AD)
  • Mark 2 – Jesus Ministers in Galilee (28 AD)
  • Luke 4:14 – Jesus Ministers in Galilee (28 AD)

  • John 5 – The Pool of Bethesda (28 AD)

  • Matthew 12 – Jesus Lord of the Sabbath (28 AD)
  • Mark 3 – Jesus Lord of the Sabbath (28 AD)
  • Luke 6 – Jesus Lord of the Sabbath (28 AD)

  • Matthew 11 – Jesus Answers John’s Disciples (28 AD)
  • Luke 7 – Jesus Answer’s John’s Disciples (28 AD)

  • Matthew 13 – Jesus Speaks Many Parables (28 AD)
  • Mark 4 – Jesus Speaks Many Parables (28 AD)
  • Luke 8 – Jesus Speaks Many Parables (28 AD)

  • Matthew 8:28 – Jesus Heals a Demoniac (28 AD)
  • Mark 5 – Jesus Heals a Demoniac (28 AD)
  • Luke 8:26 – Jesus Heals a Demoniac (28 AD)

  • Matthew 9 – Jesus Heals a Paralytic (28 AD)

  • Matthew 10 – Jesus Sends Out His Twelve Disciples (29 AD)
  • Mark 6 – Jesus Sends Out His Twelve Disciples (29 AD)

  • Matthew 14 – John the Baptist is Beheaded (29 AD)
  • Mark 6:14 – John the Baptist is Beheaded (29 AD)

  • Matthew 14:15 – Jesus Feeds the 5,000 (29 AD)
  • Mark 6:30 – Jesus Feeds the 5,000 (29 AD)
  • Luke 9 – Jesus Feeds the 5,000 (29 AD)
  • John 6 – Jesus Feeds the 5,000 (29 AD)

  • Matthew 15 – Teachings on Clean & Unclean (29 AD)
  • Mark 7 – Teachings on Clean & Unclean (29 AD)

  • Matthew 16 – Peter’s Confession of Christ (29 AD)
  • Mark 8 – Peter’s Confession of Christ (29 AD)
  • Luke 9 : 18-27 – Peter’s Confession of Christ (29 AD)

  • Matthew 17 – The Transfiguration (29 AD)
  • Mark 9 – The Transfiguration (29 AD)
  • Luke 9 : 28-62 – The Transfiguration (29 AD)

  • Matthew 18 – Greatest and Least in the Kingdom (29 AD)

  • Luke 10 – Jesus Sends Out the Seventy-Two (29 AD)

  • John 7 – Jesus Teaches at the Feast of Tabernacles (29 AD)
  • John 8 – The Woman Caught in Adultery (29 AD)
  • John 9 – Jesus Affirms He is the Son of God (29 AD)
  • John 10 – The Shepherd & His Flock (29 AD)

  • Luke 12 – Jesus Speaks More Parables (Ch. 12-16) (30 AD)
  • Luke 13
  • Luke 14
  • Luke 15
  • Luke 16
  • Luke 17 – Jesus Cleanses the Ten Lepers (30 AD)

  • John 11 – Jesus Raises Lazarus (30 AD)

  • Matthew 19 – Final Journey to Jerusalem (Ch. 19-20) (30 AD)
  • Matthew 20
  • Mark 10 – Final Journey to Jerusalem (30 AD)
  • Luke 18 – Final Journey to Jerusalem (30 AD)

  • Matthew 21 – The Triumphal Entry (30 AD)
  • Mark 11 – The Triumphal Entry (30 AD)
  • Luke 19 – The Triumphal Entry (30 AD)
  • John 12 – The Triumphal Entry (30 AD)

  • Matthew 22 – Closing Ministry in Jerusalem (Ch. 22-25) (30 AD)
  • Matthew 23
  • Matthew 24
  • Matthew 25
  • Mark 12 – Closing Ministry in Jerusalem (Ch. 12-13) (30 AD)
  • Mark 13
  • Luke 20 – Closing Ministry in Jerusalem (Ch. 20-21) (30 AD)

  • Matthew 26 – Thursday Before Passover (30 AD)
  • Mark 14 – Thursday Before Passover (30 AD)
  • Luke 22 – Thursday Before Passover (30 AD)
  • John 13 – Thursday Before Passover (30 AD)

  • John 14 – Jesus Comforts His Disciples (30 AD)
  • John 15 – Jesus the True Vine (30 AD)
  • John 16 – Jesus Promises the Holy Spirit (30 AD)
  • John 17 – Jesus’ Intercessory Prayers (30 AD)

  • Matthew 27 – Jesus’ Betrayal, Trial, Crucifixion (30 AD)
  • Mark 15 – Jesus’ Betrayal, Trial, Crucifixion (30 AD)
  • Luke 23 – Jesus’ Betrayal, Trial, Crucifixion (30 AD)
  • John 18 – Jesus’ Betrayal, Trial, Crucifixion (Ch. 18-19) (30 AD)
  • John 19

  • Matthew 28 – Jesus’ Resurrection (30 AD)
  • Mark 16 – Jesus’ Resurrection (30 AD)
  • Luke 24 – Jesus’ Resurrection (30 AD)
  • John 20 – Jesus Resurrection (Ch. 20-21) (30 AD)
  • John 21

Apostolic & Missions Eras: 30-100 AD

  • Acts 1 – The Ascension; Matthias Chosen by Lot (30 AD)
  • Acts 2 – The Holy Spirit Comes at Pentecost (30 AD)
  • Acts 3 – Peter Heals & Preaches (30 AD)
  • Acts 4 – Peter & John Arrested, Released; Believers Share All (30 AD)
  • Acts 5 – Deaths of Ananias & Sapphira; Apostles Preach & Heal (30 AD)
  • Acts 6 – Stephen’s Speech (31 AD)
  • Acts 7 – Stephen’s Stoning & Death (31 AD)
  • Acts 8 – Saul Persecutes the Church; Philip in Samaria; Simon the Sorcerer; Philip & the Ethiopian (31 AD)
  • Acts 9 – Saul’s Conversion (34 AD)
  • Acts 10 – Peter Preaches to the Gentiles (37 AD)
  • Acts 11 – Barnabas Sent to Antioch (42 AD)
  • Acts 12
    • Peter Led from Prison by the Angel (42 AD)
    • Herod Agrippa Dies (44 AD)

  • James 1 – James Writes His Letter (Ch. 1-5) (45 AD)
  • James 2
  • James 3
  • James 4
  • James 5

  • Acts 13 – Paul’s First Missionary Journey; Paul Preaches in Pisidian Antioch (48 AD)
  • Acts 14 – Paul & Barnabas in Iconium & Derbe; Return to Syrian Antioch (48 AD)
  • Acts 15
    • The Council at Jerusalem (48 AD)
    • Paul’s Second Missionary Journey (49 AD)
  • Acts 16 – Paul in Philippi (49 AD)
  • Acts 17 – Paul in Thessalonica, Berea, Athens (49 AD)
  • Acts 18 – Paul in Corinth (51 AD)

  • I Thessalonians 1 – Paul Writes to the Thessalonians (Ch. 1-5) (51 AD)
  • I Thessalonians 2
  • I Thessalonians 3
  • I Thessalonians 4
  • I Thessalonians 5

  • II Thessalonians 1 – Paul Again Writes to the Thessalonians (Ch. 1-3) (52 AD)
  • II Thessalonians 2
  • II Thessalonians 3

  • Acts 19 – Paul in Ephesus (54 AD)

  • Galatians 1 – Paul Writes to the Galatians (Ch. 1-6) (54 AD)
  • Galatians 2
  • Galatians 3
  • Galatians 4
  • Galatians 5
  • Galatians 6

  • I Corinthians I – Paul Writes to the Corinthians (Ch. 1-16) (54 AD)
  • I Corinthians 2
  • I Corinthians 3
  • I Corinthians 4
  • I Corinthians 5
  • I Corinthians 6
  • I Corinthians 7
  • I Corinthians 8
  • I Corinthians 9
  • I Corinthians 10
  • I Corinthians 11
  • I Corinthians 12
  • I Corinthians 13
  • I Corinthians 14
  • I Corinthians 15
  • I Corinthians 16

  • Acts 20 – Paul in Macedonia & Greece (57 AD)

  • Romans 1 – Paul Writes to the Romans (Ch. 1-16) (57 AD)
  • Romans 2
  • Romans 3
  • Romans 4
  • Romans 5
  • Romans 6
  • Romans 7
  • Romans 8
  • Romans 9
  • Romans 10
  • Romans 11
  • Romans 12
  • Romans 13
  • Romans 14
  • Romans 15
  • Romans 16

  • II Corinthians 1 – Paul Again Writes to the Corinthians (Ch. 1-13) (57 AD)
  • II Corinthians 2
  • II Corinthians 3
  • II Corinthians 4
  • II Corinthians 5
  • II Corinthians 6
  • II Corinthians 7
  • II Corinthians 8
  • II Corinthians 9
  • II Corinthians 10
  • II Corinthians 11
  • II Corinthians 12
  • II Corinthians 13

  • Acts 21 – Paul Returns to Jerusalem (Ch. 21-23) (59 AD)
  • Acts 22
  • Acts 23
  • Acts 24 – Paul Imprisoned in Caesarea (60 AD)
  • Acts 25 – Paul Before Festus (62 AD)
  • Acts 26 – Paul Before Agrippa (62 AD)
  • Acts 27 – Paul Sails for Rome & The Shipwreck (62 AD)
  • Acts 28 – Paul Ashore at Malta; Paul Preaches at Rome (62 AD)

  • Colossians 1 – Paul Writes to the Colossians (Ch. 1-4) (62 AD)
  • Colossians 2
  • Colossians 3
  • Colossians 4

  • Philemon – Paul Writes to Philemon (62 AD)

  • Ephesians 1 – Paul Writes to the Ephesians (Ch. 1-6) (62 AD)
  • Ephesians 2
  • Ephesians 3
  • Ephesians 4
  • Ephesians 5
  • Ephesians 6

  • Philippians 1 – Paul Writes to the Philippians (Ch. 1-4) (62 AD)
  • Philippians 2
  • Philippians 3
  • Philippians 4

  • I Timothy 1 – Paul Writes to Timothy (Ch. 1-6) (63 AD)
  • I Timothy 2
  • I Timothy 3
  • I Timothy 4
  • I Timothy 5
  • I Timothy 6

  • I Peter 1 – Peter Writes His First Letter (Ch. 1-5) (64 AD)
  • I Peter 2
  • I Peter 3
  • I Peter 4
  • I Peter 5

  • Titus 1 – Paul Writes to Titus (Ch. 1-3) (66 AD)
  • Titus 2
  • Titus 3

  • II Timothy 1 – Paul Again Writes to Timothy (Ch. 1-4) (67 AD)
  • II Timothy 2
  • II Timothy 3
  • II Timothy 4

  • II Peter 1 – Peter Writes His Second Letter (Ch. 1-3) (67 AD)
  • II Peter 2
  • II Peter 3

  • Hebrews 1 – Letter to the Hebrews (Ch. 1-13) (68 AD)
  • Hebrews 2
  • Hebrews 3
  • Hebrews 4
  • Hebrews 5
  • Hebrews 6
  • Hebrews 7
  • Hebrews 8
  • Hebrews 9
  • Hebrews 10
  • Hebrews 11
  • Hebrews 12
  • Hebrews 13

  • Jude 1 – Jude Writes His Letter (68 AD)

  • I John 1 – John Writes His First Letter (Ch. 1-5) (90 AD)
  • I John 2
  • I John 3
  • I John 4
  • I John 5

  • II John 1 – John Writes His Second Letter (92 AD)

  • III John 1 – John Writes His Third Letter (94 AD)

The End & New Beginning Era: 95 AD – Present

  • Revelation 1 – John’s Revelation on Patmos (Ch. 1-22) (95 AD)
  • Revelation 2
  • Revelation 3
  • Revelation 4
  • Revelation 5
  • Revelation 6
  • Revelation 7
  • Revelation 8
  • Revelation 9
  • Revelation 10
  • Revelation 11
  • Revelation 12
  • Revelation 13
  • Revelation 14
  • Revelation 15
  • Revelation 16
  • Revelation 17
  • Revelation 18
  • Revelation 19
  • Revelation 20
  • Revelation 21
  • Revelation 22

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