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Genesis 1 – God created the heaven, the earth, plants, animals and man in six days
Genesis 2 – God blessed the seventh day; extra details of creation and the newly created earth
Genesis 3 – The serpent deceived Adam and Eve to eat the forbidden; God curses the earth; Adam and Eve sent out of the garden of Eden
Genesis 4 – Cain kills Abel; God curses Cain; Cain’s decendants and family history
Genesis 5 – Family history of the line of sons from Adam to Noah
Genesis 6 – Wickedness in the earth increased; God declares to destory the world; God commands Noah to build an ark
Genesis 7 – Noah, his family, and animals enter ark; flood covers whole earth; all humans and land creatures outside ark destroyed

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Genesis 8 – The flood ends and the waters receed; Noah, his family and the animals exit the ark; Noah made a burnt offering to God
Genesis 9 – God blesses Noah & family, outlines new diet, makes "anti-world flood" covenant; Noah gets drunk; Noah dies
Genesis 10 – Family history of Shem, Ham and Japheth, the sons of Noah
Genesis 11 – Tower of Babel built; LORD scatters & confounds the people from Babel; family history of Shem’s descendants to Abram
Genesis 12 – LORD calls Abram out of his own country; Abram moves to Canaan, Bethel & Egypt; Abram lies to Egyptians about Sarai
Genesis 13 – Abram moves back to Bethel; Lot departs to Jordan; Abram moves to Canaan; LORD promises land & many descendants to Abram
Genesis 14 – War between kings in vale of Siddim; Lot taken captive in the war; Abram brought back Lot; Melchizedek blesses the LORD
Genesis 15 – LORD’s word comes to Abram; LORD tells Abram the future of his descendants; LORD makes covenant with Abram
Genesis 16 – Sarai barren; Hagar given to Abram; Hagar conceives; Hagar flees to wilderness, then returns; Ishmael born to Hagar & Abram
Genesis 17 – Abram becomes Abraham; Sarai becomes Sarah; circumcision introduced to Abraham’s household
Genesis 18 – The Lord & two angels appear to Abraham; they said Sarah would have a son; Abraham reasoned with the Lord about Sodom
Genesis 19 – Two angels met Lot in Sodom; Lot & family leave Sodom; Sodom & Gomorrah destroyed; Lot’s daughters give birth
Genesis 20 – Abraham moved to Gerar, said to Abimelech (king of Gerar) that Sarah was his sister; Abimelech gave gifts to Abraham
Genesis 21 – Isaac born; Ishmael mocks; Hagar & Ishmael sent away; Ishmael grows up; Abraham makes covenant with Abimelech
Genesis 22 – God asks Abraham to sacrifice Isaac, but God prevents it, and ram sacrificed instead; descendants of Nahor, Abraham’s brother
Genesis 23 – Sarah died; Abraham purchases field of Ephron to use the cave as a burying place for Sarah; Sarah buried
Genesis 24 – Abraham’s eldest servant takes Rebekah from Abraham’s original home country as wife for Isaac and they are married
Genesis 25 – Abraham remarries; Abraham dies; Ishmael’s family history; Jacob and Esau born; Esau sells birthright to Jacob
Genesis 26 – Isaac goes to Gerar, lies about Rebekah; Lord blesses Isaac; Abimelech and Isaac make peace covenant; Esau marries
Genesis 27 – Isaac grows old & requests meat from Esau; Jacob pretends to be Esau, tricks Isaac & obtains Esau’s blessing; Esau hates Jacob
Genesis 28 – Isaac blesses Jacob & sends him to Laban in Haran; Esau marries again; Jacob sleeps at Bethel & dreams about ladder to heaven
Genesis 29 – Jacob meets Laban; Jacob works for Laban to marry Leah & Rachel; Laban tricks Jacob; Leah bares Reuben, Simeon, Levi & Judah
Genesis 30 – Dan, Naphtali, Gad & Asher born to maids; Leah bares Issachar, Zebulun & Dinah; Rachel bares Joseph; Jacob’s cattle increase
Genesis 31 – Jacob secretly leaves Laban for Canaan; Rachel steals Laban’s images; Laban chases Jacob; Jacob & Laban make peace covenant

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      Genesis 32 – Angels of God meet Jacob; Jacob fears Esau; Jacob gives to Esau; Jacob wrestles with God; Jacob’s name changed to Israel
Genesis 33 – Jacob and Esau meet; Esau receives Jacob’s gift; Esau returns to Seir; Jacob journeys to Succoth, then Shalem and erects altar
Genesis 34 – Shechem son of Hamor lies with Dinah; Hamor asks for Dinah; males in Shechem’s city circumcised, later killed by Simeon & Levi
Genesis 35 – Jacob moves to Bethel; God promises to Jacob, changes name to Israel; Deborah dies; Rachel bares Banjamin then dies; Isaac dies
Genesis 36 – Esau marries Adah, Aholibamah & Bashemath from Canaan, has children, many cattle, dwells in Mt Seir; descendants of Esau named
Genesis 37 – Jacob dwells in Canaan; Joseph has dreams, hated by brothers, visits brothers in Dothan, sold to Ishmeelites, taken to Egypt
Genesis 38 – Judah sleeps with Shuah, bares Er, Onan & Shelah; Er marries Tamar; Er dies; Tamar acts as harlot, lies with Judah, bares twins
Genesis 39 – Joseph taken to Egypt, bought by Potiphar, made overseer, tempted by Potiphar’s wife, he refused, was jailed, prospered in jail
Genesis 40 – Pharaoh’s baker & butler offend king, cast into prison, have dreams; Joseph interprets dreams; butler restored; baker killed
Genesis 41 – Pharaoh dreams, is troubled, calls Joseph; Joseph interprets dreams, made ruler of Egypt, marries, has 2 children; 7 yrs famine
Genesis 42 – Joseph’s ten brothers go to Egypt to buy corn; Joseph accuses his brothers of being spies & requests Benjamin to come to Egypt
Genesis 43 – Joseph’s brothers go with Benjamin & double money to Egypt again; Joseph has feast with his brothers, favours Benjamin
Genesis 44 – Joseph accuses brothers of stealing his silver cup, requires Benjamin to stay in Egypt; Judah offers to take Benjamin’s place
Genesis 45 – Joseph reveals himself to his brothers, offers gifts & land of Goshen to his father & brothers; his brothers return to Canaan
Genesis 46 – God reveals to Israel to go to Egypt; Jacob & all his household move to Egypt; Descendants of Israel listed; Joseph sees Israel
Genesis 47 – Pharaoh meets Joseph’s father & brothers, offers them best land in Egypt; famine worsens; Egyptians trade cattle, land for food
Genesis 48 – Joseph & his two sons, Manesseh & Ephraim, meet Jacob; Jacob blesses Joseph’s two sons, saying the younger shall be greater            Genesis 49 – Jacob gathers his 12 sons, commands, blesses & prophecies concerning them, charges them to bury him with his father; Jacob dies
Genesis 50 – Jacob is embalmed, mourned for; Joseph, family & Egyptians bury Jacob in Canaan; Joseph forgives his brothers; Joseph dies
Exodus 1 – Children of Israel multiply in Egypt, are dreaded by new king of Egypt, made slaves by new king who tries to kill all baby boys
Exodus 2 – Moses born, raised, served Pharaoh, killed an Egyptian, fled to Midian, married, bares Gershom; God hears Israel’s cry
Exodus 3 – God calls Moses from burning bush to ask king of Egypt to let Israel go, to say “I AM” has sent you; God will deliver Israel
Exodus 4 – Moses resists God’s call; God gives signs to Moses; Moses returns to Egypt, performs signs to Israel, who believed & worshiped
Exodus 5 – Moses asks Pharaoh to let Israel go; Pharaoh refuses, increases work of Israel; Israel blames Moses; Moses asks God why
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Exodus 6 – God tells Moses He will deliver Israel, keep His covenant, asks him to speak with Pharaoh; descendants of Israel listed
Exodus 7 – God speaks with Moses; Moses & Aaron see Pharaoh; rods becomes serpents; waters of Egypt become blood; Pharaoh’s heart hardened
Exodus 8 – Plague of frogs, plague of lice & plague of flies come on Egypt; Pharaoh says Israel can go, but changes his mind
Exodus 9 – God instructs Moses; plague of livestock, plague of boils, plague of hail; Pharaoh admits sin but later hardens his heart
Exodus 10 – Moses talks with Pharaoh; plague of locusts; Pharaoh repents, hardens heart; plague of darkness; Pharaoh threatens Moses
Exodus 11 – God speaks with Moses; Moses tells Pharaoh that the firstborn Egyptians will die, Israel will go free; God speaks with Moses
Exodus 12 – Passover; Firstborn of Egypt die; Pharaoh tells Israel to go; God delivers Israel out of Egypt; Feast of Unleavened Bread
Exodus 13 – LORD speaks Consecration of Firstborn of Israel & Feast of Unleavened Bread, leads Israel in wilderness by cloud & fire
Exodus 14 – Israel camps by Red Sea, pursued by Pharaoh, complains, protected by cloud, miraculously cross Red Sea; Egyptians drown in Sea
Exodus 15 – Israel sings victory song; Miriam & women dance; bitter water at Marah made sweet; God promises health; Israel comes to Elim
Exodus 16 – Israel comes to Wilderness of Sin, complain about lack of food; God sends quails and manna; some Israelites ignore manna rules
Exodus 17 – Israel comes to Rephidim, complains about no water; Moses strikes rock, water comes out; Israel wins battle against Amalek
Exodus 18 – Jethro brings Moses family back to him, visits Moses; Moses shares God’s leading with Jethro, delegates leadership to rulers
Exodus 19 – Israelites camp at Mt Sinai; Moses meets God on Sinai, carries messages between Israelites & LORD; LORD descends on Mt Sinai
Exodus 20 – God speaks Ten Commandments to Israel: Worship God, Keep Sabbath, honour parents, don’t murder, adulterate, steal, lie or covet
Exodus 21 – God speaks to Moses laws of slaves, killing, striking, beating, fighting, hurting & repayment for humans & animals; eye for eye
Exodus 22 – God speaks to Moses laws of theft, restitution, trespassing, borrowing, betrothal, sorcerers, oppression, loans, firstfruits
Exodus 23 – God speaks to Moses laws of justice, 7th year, 7th day, 3 annual   feasts, other gods; the Angel & promise to overcome nations                Exodus 24 – Moses tells Israel God’s laws; Israel agrees; Moses & elders see God on mount; Moses alone ascends into the mountain to God
Exodus 25 – God speaks to Moses: Israel to bring offerings; make a sanctuary; description of ark of Testimony, showbread table & lampstand
Exodus 26 – God describes to Moses the design of tabernacle curtains, roof, rods & boards, Holy & Most Holy places, & furniture location
Exodus 27 – God describes to Moses the design of alter of sacrifice & utensils, courtyard curtains & pillars; God requests oil from Israel
Exodus 28 – Aaron & sons chosen as priests; God describes to Moses the priests’ garments: breastplate, ephod, robe, tunic, turban & sash
Exodus 29 – God describes to Moses the consecration of Aaron & sons as priests, including offerings; morning & evening sacrifice described
Exodus 30 – God tells Moses description, design & usage of alter of incense, census ransom offering, laver & holy ointment
Exodus 31 – God tells Moses who He chose as artisans for tabernacle, explains Sabbath, gives two stone tablets of the Testimony to Moses

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Exodus 32 – Aaron leads Israel in making golden calf & false worship; God displeased; Moses pleads for Israel; Levi chooses God; 3000 die
Exodus 33 – God commands Israel to depart to Canaan, calls Israel stiff-necked; Moses meets God in tabernacle, finds grace in God’s sight
Exodus 34 – Lord’s name proclaimed; God’s covenant with Israel; feasts reviewed; new stone tablets for Ten Commandments; Moses’ face shines
Exodus 35 – Moses tells Israel about sabbath, asks for sanctuary offerings; offerings given; Bezaleel & Aholiab called to make sanctuary
Exodus 36 – Children of Israel bring too many offerings for the sanctuary; construction of outer parts of sanctuary begins
Exodus 37 – Bezalel makes ark, mercy seat, cherubim, table, lampstand, incense altar & holy oil; design of inside furniture described
Exodus 38 – Bezalel makes altar of burnt offering & utensils, laver, courtyard curtains & gate; tabernacle materials & amounts listed
Exodus 39 – Garments of ministry, ephod, breastplate, robe, tunic & crown made; tabernacle & materials completed, brought to Moses
Exodus 40 – Moses sets up the tabernacle, install furniture, anoints priests; LORD fills tabernacle; cloud covers tabernacle, leads Israel
Leviticus 1 – LORD tells Moses the description and instructions for burnt offerings of bulls, sheep, goats and birds
Leviticus 2 – LORD tells Moses the description and instructions for grain offerings & firstfruits: unleavened with oil, salt & frankincense
Leviticus 3 – LORD tells Moses the description and instructions for peace offerings of cattle, sheep and goats
Leviticus 4 – LORD tells Moses the description and instructions for sin offerings for the priest, assembly, rulers and common people
Leviticus 5 – LORD tells Moses the description and instructions for trespass offerings, and laws regarding swearing & touching unclean things
Leviticus 6 – LORD tells Moses laws regarding deceit, & laws regarding trespass, burnt, meat, sin & priest’s anointing offerings
Leviticus 7 – LORD tells Moses laws regarding trespass, burnt, sin, peace,  heave & wave offerings, & eating of fat & blood                                 Leviticus 8 – Aaron & sons washed, dressed, anointed & consecrated as priests for 7 days; sin, burnt, consecration & wave offerings made
Leviticus 9 – All Israel meets at tabernacle; atonement offerings made; LORD’s glory appears to Israel; fire from LORD consumes offering
Leviticus 10 – Nadab & Abihu offer strange fire to LORD; LORD’s fire devours Nadab & Abiju; more offerings made by priests
Leviticus 11 – LORD speaks to Moses and Aaron the law of beasts, fowls & living creatures (clean or unclean to eat or touch)
Leviticus 12 – LORD speaks to Moses the law of conception and human births
Leviticus 13 – LORD speaks to Moses & Aaron the law of plague of leprosy (skin disease) on humans or clothing
Leviticus 14 – LORD speaks to Moses & Aaron the law of leper being clean and of clean & unclean houses
Leviticus 15 – LORD speaks to Moses & Aaron the law of issues and discharges relating to the human reproductive system
Leviticus 16 – LORD speaks to Moses the instructions for the clothing, sacrifices and procedures for the annual atonement
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Leviticus 17 – LORD speaks to Moses statutes regarding killed or dead animals, sacrifices, and not eating blood
Leviticus 18 – LORD speaks to Moses statutes regarding forbidden sexual relations between various relatives, persons, or animals
Leviticus 19 – LORD tells Moses laws regarding holiness, sacrifices, honesty, justice, sexuality, agriculture, diet, spirits, hospitality
Leviticus 20 – LORD tells Moses laws & penalties regarding Molech, mediums & spirits, respect, adultery, nakedness, clean & unclean, holiness
Leviticus 21 – LORD tells Moses laws for priests & high priest regarding touching dead people, hair or skin marks, marriage, physical defects
Leviticus 22 – LORD tells Moses laws for regarding clean & unclean, who can eating holy offerings, acceptable offerings without defects
Leviticus 23 – LORD tells Moses: Sabbath, Passover, Atonement, Feasts of Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits, Ingathering, Trumpets, Tabernacles
Leviticus 24 – LORD tells Moses instructions for candlestick & showbread; woman’s son blasphemes God, stoned; laws regarding killing, injury
Leviticus 25 – LORD tells Moses: 7th year sabbath, year of jubilee, laws regarding hospitality, purchasing & redeeming property & slaves
Leviticus 26 – LORD tells Moses: laws regarding idols, Sabbaths, sanctuary; blessings if Israel obeys God; curses if Israel disobeys God
Leviticus 27 – LORD tells Moses: laws regarding tithe, and vows, value, redemption & sanctification of people, animals, houses & land
Numbers 1 – God asks Moses to number tribes of children of Israel, excluding Levites; Levites in charge of tabernacle
Numbers 2 – God speaks to Moses and Aaron the numbers and arrangements of the tribes’ tents around the tabernacle, excluding Levites
Numbers 3 – Aaron descendants; God speaks to Moses ministry & tent locations of Levites according to families; Levites replace firstborn
Numbers 4 – Levites numbered according to families; instructions given them regarding the relocation of the tabernacle
Numbers 5 – God tells Moses: lepers & unclean put outside camp, laws of recompense, holy things, & jealousy (if adultery is suspected)
Numbers 6 – God tells Moses: law of the Nazarite, including vows, offerings & forbidden actions; priests’ blessing from God on Israel
Numbers 7 – Princes of Israel offer wagons & oxen, & meat, burnt, sin & peace offerings for dedication of alter; God speaks to Moses
Numbers 8 – Aaron lights the seven candlesticks; Levites wash, shave, make offerings, & are purified & dedicated to the service of the LORD
Numbers 9 – LORD speaks to Moses about Passover & strangers; cloud by day & fire by night above tabernacle lead Israelites’ journeys
Numbers 10 – LORD speaks to Moses about trumpets; Israelites journey from Sinai to Paran; Moses invites father-in-law to join Israelites
Numbers 11 – Israelites complain about food; 70 elders share Moses burden; Israelites each quails, receive plague, move to Hazeroth
Numbers 12 – Miriam & Aaron speak against Moses; Lord rebukes them; Miriam gets leprosy but is then healed; Israelites move to Paran
Numbers 13 – Moses sends 12 Israelite spies into Canaan; spies return after 40 days; Caleb said to possess it; other spies were afraid
Numbers 14 – Israelites rebel against Moses; Moses pleads to the LORD to forgive Israelites; Israelites to wander 40 years in wilderness

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Numbers 15 – LORD tells Moses instructions for offerings & ignorance; man gathers sticks on Sabbath & is stoned; put blue ribbon on clothes
Numbers 16 – Korah, Dathan, Abiram & leaders rebel against Moses, are destroyed by God; Israel complains; 14000 men die from plague from God
Numbers 17 – Twelve rods (one for each tribe) brought to tabernacle; only Aaron’s rod blossomed, signifying the Levites role in ministry
Numbers 18 – LORD speaks to Aaron the duties of Levites, Aaron’s sons & himself in tabernacle; inheritance & tithes of Levites
Numbers 19 – LORD tells Moses & Aaron procedure of Eleazar’s sacrifice of an heifer, & laws of uncleanness relating to touching dead people
Numbers 20 – Israel moves to Zin; Miriam dies; water came from rock; Israel avoids Edom, moves to Mt Hor; Aaron dies; Eleazar is high priest
Numbers 21 – Israel defeats Arad, complains, bitten by serpents, moves to many places, defeats & inherits land of Amorites & Bashan
Numbers 22 – Balak fears Israel, asks Balaam to curse Israel; Balaam mistreats donkey; donkey speaks; angel appears; Balaam meets Balak
Numbers 23 – Balak and Balaam offer sacrifices; Balaam seeks God’s will; Balaam blesses Israel against Balak’s request; This is repeated
Numbers 24 – Balaam does not curse, but blesses Israel; Balak is angry; Balaam predicts a Star out of Jacob; Balaam & Balak departs
Numbers 25 – Israelites commit whoredom with Moabites; 24000 Israelites die from plague; Phinehas kill Zimri & Cozbi; LORD’s wrath removed
Numbers 26 – Census of male adult Israelites totals 601730, excluding Levites; tribes & families of Israel listed; land divided among Israel
Numbers 27 – Daughters of Zelophehad request & are given inheritance; Moses lays hands on & appoints Joshua as leader of Israel
Numbers 28 – LORD tells Moses morning & evening sacrifices, Sabbath & monthly sacrifices, passover sacrifices, firstfruit sacrifices
Numbers 29 – LORD tells Moses description of sacrifices for holy meetings during 7th month: meetings of trumpets, atonement & tabernacles
Numbers 30 – Moses speaks commands regarding vows, vows made by young daughters or wives, & ability of fathers or husbands to void the vows
Numbers 31 – LORD commands Israel to war against Midian; Israel kills all males & adult females, destroys cities, takes over property
Numbers 32 – Children of Reuben & Gad request land for cattle on this side of Jordan; request granted, if men enter promised land first
Numbers 33 – List of journeys & places stayed by children of Israel; God commands Israel to take over the land of Canaan
Numbers 34 – LORD tells Moses the borders of the land of inheritance; one prince from each tribe of Israel chosen to divide the land
Numbers 35 – Israel gives 48 cities & suburbs to Levites; laws regarding murder, manslaughter, revenge, & the six cities of refuge
Numbers 36 – Fathers of Gilead speak with Moses about daughters’ inheritance; LORD gives laws regarding daughters’ marrying & inheritance
Deuteronomy 1 – Moses recounts history of Israel: defeat Amorites, appoint leaders, twelve spies, afraid to enter promised land

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Deuteronomy 2 – Moses recounts history of Israel: pass by children of Esau, pass through Kadeshbarnea & Moab, defeat Sihon king of Heshbon
Deuteronomy 3 – Moses recounts history of Israel: Og king of Bashan defeated, Reubenites, Gadites & half Manasseh given land east of Jordan
Deuteronomy 4 – Moses recounts history of Israel: God made Israel a great nation, Ten Commandments, avoid idolatry, obey God, cities of refuge
Deuteronomy 5 – Moses recounts: God speaks to & makes covenant with Israel, gives Ten Commandments, Israel promises to follow God’s commands
Deuteronomy 6 – Moses recounts: keep, remember & teach God’s commands, love God with your whole heart, don’t forget God, worship only God
Deuteronomy 7 – Moses speaks to Israel: do not make agreements with other nations, God chose Israel, God will bless Israel if they follow Him
Deuteronomy 8 – Moses speaks to Israel: remember God’s commands, God protected Israel, God will give Israel a good land, do not forget God
Deuteronomy 9 – Moses speaks to Israel: God brought Israel into Canaan because other nations’ wickedness, not because of Israel’s righteousness
Deuteronomy 10 – Moses speaks to Israel: recounts tables of stone, Israel’s journeys, God of gods, command of God to serve Him, love strangers
Deuteronomy 11 – Moses speaks to Israel: God’s greatness against Egypt, good things in promised land, teach your children, choose to obey God
Deuteronomy 12 – Moses speaks to Israel: destroy other nations’ gods; bring offerings to the place God chooses; do not follow other gods
Deuteronomy 13 – Moses speaks to Israel: commands regarding false gods, false worship, false prophets, false miracles, false dreams
Deuteronomy 14 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding cutting your body, eating unclean animals, giving & using tithes & offerings
Deuteronomy 15 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding hospitality, debt cancellation & release of slaves after 7 years, firstborn offerings
Deuteronomy 16 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding feasts of Passover, weeks & tabernacles, judges & officers, trees near alters, images
Deuteronomy 17 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding pure sacrifices, false worship, judging difficult decisions, rulership of Israel’s king
Deuteronomy 18 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding Levites inheritance, occult practices, witches & false prophets; a true Prophet promised
Deuteronomy 19 – Moses speaks to Israel: 3 cities of refuge; matters established by 2 or 3 witnesses; false witnesses; judging controversies
Deuteronomy 20 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding wars & battles, don’t fear the enemy, reasons for leaving the army, rules of engagement
Deuteronomy 21 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding mystery deaths, marrying captive women, firstborn inheritance, rebellious sons, hanging
Deuteronomy 22 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding lost property, various household rules, virginity, engagement, marriage & sexual laws
Deuteronomy 23 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding entering God’s assembly, treaties, uncleanness, sanitation, money, property & promises
Deuteronomy 24 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding marriage, divorce, leprosy, loans, oppression, punishment, judging, harvesting & sharing
Deuteronomy 25 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding judging, brother-in-law marrying wife of dead brother, fighting men & wife, honesty
Deuteronomy 26 – Moses speaks to Israel: laws regarding offerings of first fruits, tithing, worship, & prayers of thanksgiving
Deuteronomy 27 – Moses speaks to Israel: command to build altar to God, Levites speak curses to people who disobey God, Israel agrees

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Deuteronomy 28 – Moses speaks to Israel: blessings if Israel obeys God, curses if Israel disobeys God, with regards to life, prosperity, etc
Deuteronomy 29 – Moses speaks to Israel: reviews Israel’s origin & history, explains God’s covenant & consequences for disobeying
Deuteronomy 30 – Moses speaks to Israel: after Israel disobeys & is scattered, God will bring them back to prosper; Israel chooses life or death
Deuteronomy 31 – Moses 120 years; Israel be strong; Israel will disobey; God gives Moses a song; law placed in side of ark; Joshua given charge
Deuteronomy 32 – Moses teaches God’s song to Israel & encourages Israel; God says to Moses to go up Mt Nebo, view promised land, & then die
Deuteronomy 33 – Moses blesses children of Israel before his death, names each tribe of Israel; God is Israel’s refuge and strength
Deuteronomy 34 – Moses goes up Mt Nebo, views promised land, dies 120 yrs old; Israel mourns for Moses; Joshua succeeds Moses as Israel’s leader
Joshua 1 – Joshua leads Israel; God speaks to Joshua: be strong & courageous; Joshua speaks to Israel; Israel prepares to cross Jordan
Joshua 2 – Joshua sends two spies to Jericho; Rahab protects the spies; men of Jericho searched for spies; spies return safely to Israel
Joshua 3 – Israel moves from Shittim to Jordan, prepares to cross Jordan; Israel miraculously crosses Jordan river as water is stopped
Joshua 4 – Israel sets up 12 stones as a memorial of crossing Jordan; Joshua made great before Israel; Israel camps at Gilgal
Joshua 5 – Canaanite kings fear Israel; Israelite men circumcised; Passover observed; manna ceases; God’s army’s captain appears to Joshua
Joshua 6 – Joshua leads Israel becomes famous; Israel marches around Jericho 7 days; Israel destroys Jericho, but Rahab & family saved
Joshua 7 – Achan takes forbidden possessions from Jericho; 36 Israelites killed during battle at Ai; Achan stoned & burnt by Israel
Joshua 8 – God commands Joshua to take city of Ai; Joshua leads Israel to capture, ambush and conquer Ai; Joshua builds alter in Mt Ebal
Joshua 9 – Kings west of Jordan join together to fight Israel; Gibeon deceives, makes treaty with Israel; Gibeon becomes Israel’s servants
Joshua 10 – Joshua leads Israel in conquering Jerusalem, Jarmuth, Lachish, Eglon, Hebron, Debir & others; sun miraculously stands still
Joshua 11 – Jabin king of Hazor with many kingdoms in the north fight against Israel; Joshua leads Israel in destroying these kingdoms
Joshua 12 – List of kingdoms which Israel defeated: first, many on east side of Jordan River, then 31 kings on west side in promised land
Joshua 13 – Joshua is old; much land remains to be conquered; territories defined for Reuben, Gad & half of Manasseh; Levi inherits no land
Joshua 14 – Land of Canaan distributed to tribes of Israel; Caleb & children of Judah request & receive from Joshua the mountain of Hebron
Joshua 15 – Land allocation of tribe of Judah defined; Caleb gives his daughter to Othniel; Caleb gives extra land to his daughter
Joshua 16 – Land allocation of children of Joseph defined separately for Manasseh & Ephraim; Canaanites in Gezar remain servants of Ephraim
Joshua 17 – Ephraim’s & Manasseh’s territory defined & expanded; daughters of Zelophehad given land; Israel forces some Canaanites to work
Joshua 18 – Israel assembles at Shiloh & sets up tabernacle; 7 tribes have no inheritance; remaining land divided; Benjamin’s land defined
Joshua 19 – Simeon, Zebulun, Issachar, Asher, Naphtali & Dan allocated land; Dan expands; Joshua given inheritance; land division completed

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Joshua 20 – Kadesh, Shechem, Kirjatharba, Bezer, Ramoth & Golan appointed as cities of refuge for manslayers who accidentally kill people
Joshua 21 – Levites given 48 cities from other tribes as inheritance; LORD gave Israel all promised things; no enemies stood before Israel
Joshua 22 – Reuben, Gad & half Manasseh return to east side of Jordan, build alter of Ed as a witness; Israel concerned, but later pleased
Joshua 23 – Israel rests for a long time; Joshua becomes old; Joshua speaks to leaders of Israel regarding following God & consequences
Joshua 24 – Joshua speaks to Israel to serve God; Israel decides to obey God; Joshua dies; Eleazar dies; Israel continues to serve God
Judges 1 – Judah & Simeon fight against Canaanites, take Jerusalem; tribes of Israel expand territory but did not drive all Canaanites out
Judges 2 – Israel disobeys God, does not remove other nations, worships other gods; God raises up judges to deliver Israel from disobeying
Judges 3 – Israel intermarries & worships false gods, serves other nations; Othniel, Ehud & Shamgar deliver Israel from other nations
Judges 4 – Israel does evil; Israel serves king Jabin; Deborah judges Israel; Barak leads battle against Sisera; Jael kills Sisera
Judges 5 – Deborah & Barak sing song to LORD about battle with kings of Canaan; Israel delivered from other nations, rests for 40 years
Judges 6 – Israel does evil, serves Midian 7 yrs; angel of LORD appears to Gideon; Gideon destroys alter of Baal; God gives sign to Gideon
Judges 7 – Gideon gathers Israelite men to fight; men reduced to only 300 soldiers; God delivers Midian into hand of Gideon & Israel
Judges 8 – Succoth & Penuel deny support for Gideon; Gideon conquers 120000 men of Midian; Israel has peace 40 years, turns from God
Judges 9 – Abimelech kills brothers, rules over Shechem 3 yrs; Jotham warns Abimelech & Shechem; Abimelech destroys cities & is killed
Judges 10 – Tola & Jair judge Israel; Israel forgets God & serves Baalim; Philistines takes over Israel; Israel cries to God for help
Judges 11 – Jephthah leaves home; Ammonites wars against Israel; Jephthah helps Israel defeat Ammonites; Jephthah’s daughter sacrificed
Judges 12 – Ephraim fights against Gilead; Gilead defeats Ephraim; Jephthah judges Israel 6 yrs; Ibzan, Elon & Abdon judge Israel
Judges 13 – Philistines rule Israel; angel appears to Manoah & his wife, says they will have a son who will deliver Israel; Samson is born
Judges 14 – Samson wants to marry a Philistine; Samson kills a lion, makes a feast, shares riddle, marries a Philistine, kills 30 men
Judges 15 – Samson burns Philistine’s property with foxes, captured by Judah, handed to Philistines, kills 1000 men, judges Israel 20 yrs
Judges 16 – Samson escapes from Gaza; Samson likes Delilah; Samson loses strength, captured, regains strength, dies with many Philistines
Judges 17 – Micah takes & returns silver from his mother; idol made from silver; Micah has house of gods; young Levite stays with Micah
Judges 18 – Dan sends spies to find land; spies meet Micah; spies & 600 men from Dan take Micah’s idols & priest, conquer Laish, build city
Judges 19 – A Levite marries a lady from Judah; they separate but later travel & stay 1 night in Gibeah; men of Gibeah rape her; she dies
Judges 20 – Because some men of Gibeah of Benjamin raped the Levite’s concubine, 400000 men of Israel fight against Benjamin & win

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Judges 21 – Israel gathers at Mizpah, feel sorry for tribe of Benjamin’s separation; young women given to Benjamin; Israel has no king
Ruth 1 – Elimelech, Naomi & sons move to Moab; sons marry Moabites Orpah & Ruth; Elimelech & sons die; Naomi & Ruth return to Bethlehem
Ruth 2 – Ruth gleans barley in Bethlehem from Boaz’s field until end of harvest; Boaz is Naomi’s kinsmen; Boaz shows kindness to Ruth
Ruth 3 – Ruth visits Boaz during night, lies at Boaz’s feet until morning; Boaz accepts Ruth & gives her extra barley; Ruth returns home
Ruth 4 – Naomi’s kinsman doesn’t redeem land; Boaz redeems land; Boaz marries Ruth; Ruth gives birth to Obed, grandfather of King David
1 Samuel 1 – Elkanah & 2 wives visit Shiloh yearly; Hannah has no children, prays to God, gives birth to Samuel, gives him to God in Shiloh
1 Samuel 2 – Hannah praises God, brings yearly clothes to Samuel; Samuel grows & serves God; Eli’s sons sin against God; God warns Eli
1 Samuel 3 – Samuel ministers in temple of God, hears God’s voice; God reveals to Samuel the future of Eli; Samuel grows, gains respect
1 Samuel 4 – Israel fights with Philistines; Israel loses; ark of covenant captured by Philistines; Eli, sons & daughter-in-law die
1 Samuel 5 – Philistines take ark of God to false god Dagon; Dagon falls down before ark; people of Ashdod, Gath & Ekron become sick or die
1 Samuel 6 – Philistines return ark of God to Israel with a trespass offering of 5 gold mice & tumors; people of Beth Shemesh receive ark
1 Samuel 7 – Ark brought to Kirjathjearim; Samuel speaks to Israel; Israel repents; Philistines attack Israel; Israel defeats Philistines
1 Samuel 8 – Elders of Israel request from Samuel to have a king; God displeased; Samuel warns Israel; elders insist on having a king
1 Samuel 9 – Saul goes looking for father’s sheep, visits Samuel; God tells Samuel that Saul will be king; Samuel tells Saul he will be king
1 Samuel 10 – Samuel anoints Saul as king; Saul prophesies; Samuel calls Israel together; Saul hides from Samuel; Samuel proclaims Saul king
1 Samuel 11 – Ammonites try to take over Jabeshgilead of Israel; Saul calls Israel to fight against Ammonites; Israel wins; Saul made king
1 Samuel 12 – Samuel speaks to Israel about Israel’s history, desire for a king & serving God; God sends thunder & rain; Israel repents
1 Samuel 13 – Saul reigns over Israel; Philistines make war with Israel; Saul disobeys God; Israel prepares for battle against Philistines
1 Samuel 14 – Jonathan & 600 men fight against Philistines; Saul & Israel join Jonathan; Israel wins; Israelites eat with blood; Saul rules
1 Samuel 15 – Saul leads Israel in destroying Amalekites; Israel saves some animals; Saul disobeys, repents, not recognized as king anymore
1 Samuel 16 – God leads Samuel to Bethlehem to choose & anoint David as next king of Israel; Saul has evil spirit; David plays music for Saul
1 Samuel 17 – Philistines gather against Israel; Philistine giant Goliath challenges Israel; David defeats Goliath with a sling & stones
1 Samuel 18 – Jonathan & David are friends; David leads army of Israel; Saul tries to kill David; David behaves wisely, marries Michal
1 Samuel 19 – Saul tries to kill David many times; Jonathan & Michal protect David; David flees to Ramah; Saul & servants prophesy
1 Samuel 20 – David avoids feast with Saul; Saul angry with Jonathan & David; Jonathan & David make covenant; David flees from Saul

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1 Samuel 21 – David comes to priest Ahimelech in Nob, asks for holy bread & sword, flees to king Achish of Gath, pretends to be mad
1 Samuel 22 – David escapes to cave Adullam & then Hareth forest; Saul asks Benjamites of David; Saul orders 85 priests to be killed
1 Samuel 23 – David fights with Philistines; Saul continues to hunt David; David hides; Jonathan encourages David; David remains safe
1 Samuel 24 – Saul hunts David in Engidi; David cuts off part of Saul clothing, spares his life; Saul repents & accepts David; Saul returns
1 Samuel 25 – Samuel dies; David requests things from Nabal; Nabal declines; David annoyed; Nabal dies; David marries Abigail & Ahinoam
1 Samuel 26 – Saul looks for David in Ziph; David & Abishai the Hittite take Saul’s sword while he slept; Saul repents & accepts David
1 Samuel 27 – David, wives & 600 men flee to & lives in Gath of Philistines; David invades the Geshurites, Gezrites and Amalekites
1 Samuel 28 – Philistines plan to fight Israel; Saul visits fortune teller, talks with Samuel’s “spirit” which says Israel will be defeated
1 Samuel 29 – Philistines gather against Israel; David gathers with Achish; Philistines send David & his men away from battle
1 Samuel 30 – David & men come to Ziklag; Amalekites take Ziklag captive; David & men pursue after Amalekites, recover people & possessions
1 Samuel 31 – Philistines fight against Israel, kill Saul’s sons; King Saul commits suicide; Israel flees from Philistines; Saul buried
2 Samuel 1 – Amalekite man kills Saul, tells David, is killed; David mourns & writes song about the death of Saul & Jonathan
2 Samuel 2 – David anointed king of Judah; Abner makes Ishbosheth king of Israel; Abner & David’s servants fight, later make peace
2 Samuel 3 – David strengthens; Ishbosheth weakens; David has many sons; Michal returns to David; Abner supports David, killed; David mourns
2 Samuel 4 – Saul’s son’s captains, sons of Rimmon, Baanah & Rechab, kill Ishosheth, tell & displease David, are killed by David’s command
2 Samuel 5 – David anointed king of Israel, rules over Israel from Jerusalem, marries more wives, wins two battles against Philistines
2 Samuel 6 – David brings ark of God to Jerusalem; Uzzah touches ark & dies; David dances before God; Micah displeased with David’s dancing
2 Samuel 7 – Israel ceases war; David desires to build a temple for God; God tells David through Nathan that David’s son will build a temple
2 Samuel 8 – David takes over Methegammah of Philistines, Moab, Hadadezer, Syrians of Damascus, Edom; David reigns over & judges Israel
2 Samuel 9 – David shows kindness to Mephibosheth son of Jonathan; Saul’s land restored to Mephibosheth; Mephibosheth eats at kings table
2 Samuel 10 – David’s servants comfort Hanun of Ammon; Hanun sends them away; Ammon & other nations fight against Israel; Israel wins
2 Samuel 11 – David lies with Bathsheba who conceives; David plans Uriah’s death; Bathsheba becomes David’s wife; LORD displeased with David
2 Samuel 12 – Nathan reveals David sin; David repents, is forgiven; Bathsheba’s child dies; Solomon is born; Israel conquers Rabbah
2 Samuel 13 – Amnon, David’s son, rapes Tamar, his half sister; Absalom, Tamar’s brother, kills Amnon, flees to Geshur; David mourns

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2 Samuel 14 – Joab asks woman to speak to David about Absalom; David calls Absalom to Jerusalem; Absalom visits David; David kisses Absalom
2 Samuel 15 – Absalom wins the hearts of people of Israel; Absalom plans to take over Israel; David flees Jerusalem; Hushai spies for David
2 Samuel 16 – Ziba brings supplies to David; Shimei curses David; Ahithophel advises Absalom; Absalom sleeps with David’s concubines
2 Samuel 17 – Ahithophel & Hushai counsel Absalom; Absalom pursues David; David advised of Absalom’s threat; David flees across Jordan river
2 Samuel 18 – David’s men fight with Absalom’s men of Israel; Israel’s men slaughtered; Absalom is killed; David mourns for his son Absalom
2 Samuel 19 – David mourns, forgives enemies; men of Judah meet David at Jordan; David & his men cross Jordan; men of Judah & Israel argue
2 Samuel 20 – Sheba leads Israel against David; Joab kills Amasa; Joab’s men pursue Sheba; woman of Abel kills Sheba; Joab’s men return home
2 Samuel 21 – Famine in Israel because Saul killed some Gibeonites; David makes peace with Gibeonites; Israel wins battles with Philistines
2 Samuel 22 – David writes song after LORD saves him from enemies: the LORD is my rock, fortress & deliverer
2 Samuel 23 – David’s last words: rulers must be just & God will David’s children; David’s leading soldiers listed & briefly recounted
2 Samuel 24 – David counts people of Israel & Judah; David repents; LORD sends plague; 70000 men die; David makes sacrifice; plague stopped
1 Kings 1 – David grows old, given Abishag for warmth; Adonijah proclaims himself king; Solomon chosen & anointed as next king of Israel
1 Kings 2 – David advises Solomon, dies; Solomon reigns as king in Israel; Adonijah wants Abishag, is killed; Joab & Shimei killed
1 Kings 3 – Solomon makes alliance with Egypt, asks & receives wisdom from God, uses wisdom to judge between two women & their babies
1 Kings 4 – Solomon’s princes listed; Judah & Israel have peace & prosperity under Solomon’s rule; Solomon’s wisdom, proverbs & songs noted
1 Kings 5 – Solomon plans to build the temple to God, asks Hiram king of Tyre for cedar wood from Lebanon; Solomon & Hiram work together
1 Kings 6 – Solomon builds temple; description of temple dimensions, design & method of construction; God promises He would dwell in Israel
1 Kings 7 – Solomon builds his & his wife’s house; description & construction of outside the temple; Solomon ends temple building
1 Kings 8 – Solomon calls Israel to Jerusalem; ark of covenant brought into new temple; temple dedicated; LORD enters temple; Solomon prays
1 Kings 9 – LORD promises prosperity to Solomon if he follows God; Solomon gives cities to Hiram, employs non-Israelites, builds fleet
1 Kings 10 – Queen of Sheba visits & tests Solomon, is impressed, exchanges gifts; kingdom of Israel expands & is very rich & powerful
1 Kings 11 – Solomon has many wives, worships false gods; God raises up enemies & Jeroboam rebels against Solomon; Solomon dies
1 Kings 12 – Rehoboam becomes king, doesn’t listen to Israel; Israel splits from Judah, makes Jeroboam king, begins false worship
1 Kings 13 – Man of God speaks against Jeroboam; Jeroboam’s hand withers; man of God disobeys God, dies; Jeroboam does false worship, sins

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1 Kings 14 – Jeroboam’s wife visits Ahijah who speaks against Jeroboam; Jeroboam dies; Judah sins; Egypt takes Judah’s wealth, Rehoboam dies
1 Kings 15 – Abijam & Asa reign over Judah; Asa follows God; Nadab & Baasha reign over Israel; Israel fights against Judah
1 Kings 16 – Baasha dies; Elah rules over Israel; Zimri kills Elah, rules, dies; Omri rules, does evil, dies; Ahab rules, does evil
1 Kings 17 – Elijah declares 3 year drought to Ahab, goes to Brook Cherith, fed by ravens, stays with widow in Zarephath, heals widow’s son
1 Kings 18 – Obadiah meets Elijah; Elijah & prophets of Baal sacrifice on Mt Carmel; fire consumes Elijah’s sacrifice; rain falls in Israel
1 Kings 19 – Elijah threatened by Jezebel, flees, wants to die, given food by angel, visits Horeb, spoken to quietly by LORD, anoints Elisha
1 Kings 20 – Benhadad threatens Ahab; Israel wins battle against Syria twice; Ahab spares Benhadad; prophet predicts Ahab’s death
1 Kings 21 – Ahab asks Naboth for vineyard; Naboth refuses; Jezebel kills Naboth, gives vineyard to Ahab; Elijah rebukes Ahab; Ahab repents
1 Kings 22 – False prophets predict victory; Micaiah warns Ahab; Ahab dies in battle; Ahaziah reigns; Jehoshaphat dies; Jehoram reigns
2 Kings 1 – Moab rebels against Israel; Ahaziah is injured, sends messengers to Baalzebub; Elijah prophecies against Ahaziah; Ahaziah dies
2 Kings 2 – Elisha follows Elijah; Elijah taken to heaven; Elisha receives spirit of Elijah; Elisha heals water; bears maul mocking youths
2 Kings 3 – Jehoram of Israel & Jehoshaphat fight against Moab; Elisha predicts victory for Israel; water miraculously comes; Moab defeated
2 Kings 4 – Elisha prophecies & works miracles: widow’s jars of oil pay debt, Shunammite woman’s son rasied to life, stew & bread feed many
2 Kings 5 – Naaman of Syria gets leprosy, asks Elisha for healing, washes in Jordan 7 times, is healed; Elisha’s servant lies, gets leprosy
2 Kings 6 – Elisha makes ax head float; Elisha advises Israel of Syria’s moves; Syria besieges Samaria; Israel’s king wants to kill Elisha
2 Kings 7 – Elisha predicts end to siege; God causes Syria to flee Samaria; 4 lepers of Samaria find Syrians gone; siege of Samaria ends
2 Kings 8 – Shunemite woman reclaims her own land; Hazael kills Benhadad of Syria; Jehoram reigns, dies; Ahaziah reigns in Judah
2 Kings 9 – Elisha calls a prophet’s son who anoints Jehu king of Israel; Jehu kills Joram king of Israel, Ahaziah king of Judah, & Jezebel
2 Kings 10 – Jehu arranges for the killing of Ahab’s sons & Ahaziah’s brothers, gathers all Baal worshippers in Israel & kills them
2 Kings 11 – Athaliah kills royal family & reigns; Joash saved; Jehoiada makes Joash king, plans Athaliah’s death, ends false worship
2 Kings 12 – Joash rules in Jerusalem 40 years, obeys God, rebuilds temple, gives temple items to Hazael of Syria, is killed by his servants
2 Kings 13 – Jehoahaz reigns, does evil, dies; Jehoash reigns, does evil, dies; Elisha is sick, dies; Israel oppressed then is delivered
2 Kings 14 – Amaziah & Azariah of Judah, & Jehoash & Jeroboam of Israel reign; Amaziah fights Jehoash, loses; Jonah prophecies, Judah grows
2 Kings 15 – Zachariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekahiah & Pekah reign in Israel & disobey God; Azariah & Jotham reign in Judah & obey God
2 Kings 16 – Ahaz rules Judah, attacked by Syria & Israel, asks Assyria for help, builds new false alter like Damascus alter, dies

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2 Kings 17 – Hoshea rules Israel, disobeys God; Assyria takes Israel as captives to Assyria; others move to Samaria; Israel’s sins explained
2 Kings 18 – Hezekiah rules Judah, obeys God; Assyria takes Israel captive; Assyria comes up against Judah, threatens it, defies God
2 Kings 19 – Hezekiah prays to God; Isaiah speaks for God to Hezekiah; angel kills Assyrian army; Sennacherib is killed; God saves Israel
2 Kings 20 – Hezekiah is very sick, told he will die, asks God for more life, given 15 yrs more life; sun moves backwards; Hezekiah dies
2 Kings 21 – Manasseh rules Judah, worships other gods; prophets predict Jerusalem’s destruction; Amon rules Judah, turns from God
2 Kings 22 – Josiah rules Judah, rebuilds temple; Hilkiah finds & reads book of law; Josiah repents; Huldah speaks words from God to Josiah
2 Kings 23 – Josiah reads book of covenant to all Judah, turns to God, ends false worship; Jehoahaz & Jehoiakim rule Judah, disobey God
2 Kings 24 – Jehoiakim serves Babylon, rebels; Jehoiachin rules Judah; Nebuchadnezzar takes Jerusalem captive; Zedekiah rules Judah, rebels
2 Kings 25 – Nebuchadnezzar besieges Jerusalem, destroys temple & city, takes valuables & people to Babylon; Evilmerodach rules Babylon
1 Chronicles 1 – Ancestors from Adam to Abraham: Noah’s sons’, Abraham’s, Ishmael’s, Esau’s families listed; Edom’s tribles & kings listed
1 Chronicles 2 – Descendants of Jacob, Judah & Jesse to King David, & descendants of Hezron, Jerahmeel, Caleb listed
1 Chronicles 3 – King David’s sons & concubines, King Solomon’s decendants to Jehoiakim, & King Jehoiakim’s decendants listed
1 Chronicles 4 – Descendants, towns & occupations of Judah, Caleb, Shelah, Simeon & others listed; prayer of Jabez
1 Chronicles 5 – Leaders, places lived, events, activities & battles of descendants of Reuben, Gad & Manasseh
1 Chronicles 6 – Family relations of Levi, Aaron, Moses, Samuel, Heman & Asaph listed; list of lands & cities given to Levities to live in
1 Chronicles 7 – Children, leaders, lands & numbers of descendants of Issachar, Benjamin, Naphtali, Manasseh, Ephraim, Joseph & Asher listed
1 Chronicles 8 – Descendants of Benjamin listed, together with King Saul’s family line, cities & other major events
1 Chronicles 9 – People who lived in Jerusalem listed: children of Judah, priests, Levites, gatekeepers, servants, singers & others
1 Chronicles 10 – Philistines fight against Israel; Israel flees; Saul’s sons die; Saul kills himself; Philistines invade Israel; Saul buried
1 Chronicles 11 – David anointed king of Israel, conquers Jebusites, rules from Jerusalem; mighty men of David named and described
1 Chronicles 12 – David lives in Ziklag to escape Saul, joined by many experienced soldiers; David’s leaders named, numbered, described
1 Chronicles 13 – David gathers Israel together, brings ark from Abinadab; Uzza touches ark; God kills Uzza; ark remains with Obededom
1 Chronicles 14 – God blesses David’s kingdom; David has children; Philistines battle against David; David asks for God’s advice, David wins
1 Chronicles 15 – David pitches tent for ark, gathers Israel; Levites bring ark to tent; Israel celebrates; David dances; Michal dispises David
1 Chronicles 16 – David offers sacrifices before God; David writes song to God; Israel praises God; ministers remain; people return home

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1 Chronicles 17 – David wants to build temple; God speaks through Nathan that David’s son will build temple; David accepts God’s plan
1 Chronicles 18 – David defeats & plunders Philistines, Moabites, Zobah, Syrians, Edomites; God protects David; David receives gifts
1 Chronicles 19 – King of Ammon dies; David sends kind messengers who are shamed by princes of Ammon; Israel wins battle against Ammon & Syria
1 Chronicles 20 – Joab of Israel besieges Rabbah, conquers Ammon; David & his men kill 3 giants: Sippai, Lahmi & 12-fingered man
1 Chronicles 21 – David does census of Israel; God displeased; 70000 Israelites die from disease; David repents, sacrifices; disease is stopped
1 Chronicles 22 – David begins preparing material to build the temple, commands Solomon to build the temple in Jerusalem
1 Chronicles 23 – David makes Solomon king of Israel; princes, priests & Levites numbered & listed by David; job types & roles listed
1 Chronicles 24 – Levites, sons of Aaron, their descendants, their offices, services & orderings listed during the time of David
1 Chronicles 25 – Sons of Asaph, Jeduthun & Heman lead 24 groups of musicians for praising God; lots drawn, groups ordered & listed
1 Chronicles 26 – Names of Levite guards, officers, judges & workers of the temple & its service listed
1 Chronicles 27 – Monthly officers, princes of tribes, treasure keepers, king’s famers, counsellors, companions & army generals listed
1 Chronicles 28 – David speaks to Israel’s leaders about Solomon building the temple, instructs Solomon to build temple & serve God
1 Chronicles 29 – David speaks to Israel; Israel gives & rejoices; David bless Israel, praises God; Solomon made king again, David dies
2 Chronicles 1 – Solomon reigns as Israel’s king; Solomon ask for & receives wisdom from God; God gives wealth & strength to Solomon & Israel
2 Chronicles 2 – Solomon plans to build temple, requests Huram king of Tyre for assistance, assigns workers to build the temple
2 Chronicles 3 – Solomon begins building temple in Jerusalem on Mount Moriah; description, materials & size of temple, porch, rooms, angels, etc
2 Chronicles 4 – Solomon makes the alter, tank, basins, candlesticks, tables, golden alter, and other furniture & for the temple
2 Chronicles 5 – Temple completed; leaders of Israel gather, sing & worship; priests bring ark into temple; Lord’s glory fills the temple
2 Chronicles 6 – Solomon blesses Israel; Solomon’s temple dedication prayer: Solomon asks the Lord to fill the temple, have mercy & forgive
2 Chronicles 7 – Lord’s accepts offerings; Israel worships LORD; Israel has a feast for 7 days; LORD appears & speaks advice to Solomon by night
2 Chronicles 8 – Solomon expands Israe, sets rulers over Israel, makes house for Egyptian wife, offers sacrifices, regularly collects gold
2 Chronicles 9 – Queen of Sheba visits & questions Solomon; Solomon as the wisest & richest kings on the earth; Solomon dies
2 Chronicles 10 – Jeroboam & Israel speak to Rehoboam; Rehoboam speaks harshly to Israel; Israel rebels, except Judah who serves Rehoboam
2 Chronicles 11 – Rehoboam plans to take Israel but stops plan; he builds defence cities, has many wives & children; Levites come to Judah
2 Chronicles 12 – Rehoboam strengthens Israel, turns away from God, attacked by king of Egypt, turns back to God, wars with Jeroboam, later dies
2 Chronicles 13 – Abijah becomes king of Judah, speaks to & wars with Jeroboam, wins battle with God’s help, has many children, later dies

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2 Chronicles 14 – Asa becomes king of Judah, follows the LORD, has peace, strengthens Judah, is attacked by Ethiopia, wins battle, defeats Gerar
2 Chronicles 15 – Prophet Azariah speaks to King Asa; Asa encouraged, sacrifices, makes covenant with LORD, removes Queen Maachah & false gods
2 Chronicles 16 – King Baasha of Israel attacks Asa; king of Syria helps Asa defeat Baasha; Asa rebuked by Hanani, is angry, becomes sick, dies
2 Chronicles 17 – Jehoshaphat becomes king of Judah, follows the LORD, strengthens Judah, teaches the LORD’s law, has peace with other countries
2 Chronicles 18 – Ahab has peace with Jehoshaphat, asks him for help to fight Syria; prophet Micaiah warns Ahab; Ahab dies in battle
2 Chronicles 19 – Jehoshaphat spoken to by prophet Jehu, calls Judah back to LORD, appoints & instructs judges & priests to govern Judah
2 Chronicles 20 – Moab & Ammon attack Judah; Judah prays to God, sings in battle, wins; Judah has peace; Jehoshaphat’s reign ends
2 Chronicles 21 – Jehoram reigns in Judah, kills brothers, disobeys God, fights Edom, attacked by Philistines & Arabians, becomes very sick, dies
2 Chronicles 22 – Ahaziah reigns in Judah, does not follow God, joins Jehoram king of Israel, killed; Athaliah kills heirs; Joash saved
2 Chronicles 23 – Priest Jehoiada gathers leaders, proclaims & annointes Joash king of Judah; Athaliah protests, is killed; Jerusalem is quiet
2 Chronicles 24 – Joash obeys God, has family, repairs temple; Jehoiada dies; Joash disobeys God, kills prophet, attacked by Syria, is killed
2 Chronicles 25 – Amaziah reigns in Judah, follows God, later serves other gods, attacks Israel, defeated, turns from God, still reigns, dies
2 Chronicles 26 – Uzziah reigns in Judah, follows God, strengthens Judah, wins battles, was proud, burnt incencse, got leprosy, later dies
2 Chronicles 27 – Jotham reigns in Judah, follows God, builds up Judah, fights with Ammon & wins, becomes strong, rules 25 years, later dies
2 Chronicles 28 – Ahaz reigns in Judah, worships other gods, defeated by Syria & Israel, is attacked again, closes temple, later dies
2 Chronicles 29 – Hezekiah reigns in Judah, follows God, reopens temple, makes new covenant with God, has special worship service with singing
2 Chronicles 30 – Hezekiah invites Judah & Israel for Passover; many come, are purified, confess, sacrifice, worship, sing & rejoice at Passover
2 Chronicles 31 – Israel destorys images of false worship; Hezekiah instructs priests & Levites in temple services; Hezekiah reforms Judah
2 Chronicles 32 – Sennacherib or Assyria attacks Judah but God causes Israel to win; Hezekiah becomes proud, sick, is tested, then dies
2 Chronicles 33 – Manasseh reigns in Judah, worships other gods, is captured, is humble, serves God; Amon is king , does evil, is killed
2 Chronicles 34 – Josiah reigns in Judah, follows God, repairs temple; Moses’ books found; Josiah & people renew covenant to follow the Lord
2 Chronicles 35 – Josiah & Judah keep passover in Jerusalem; Josiah fights against king of Egypt, is injured, dies; people lament Josiah’s death
2 Chronicles 36 – Jehoahaz, Jehoiakim, Jehoiachin & Zedekiah reign in Judah & disobey God; Babylon destorys Jerusalem & takes Judah captive
Ezra 1 – Emperor Cyrus of Persia commands & helps Judah to return to & rebuild Jerusalem & temple, gives back temple items
Ezra 2 – Israel returns from exile in Babylon to Jerusalem & Judah; lists of returnees; freewill offerings made to help rebuild temple
Ezra 3 – Jerusalem Temple altar rebuilt; sacrifices & festivals begin again; temple rebuilding begins, everyone sings & praises the LORD
Ezra 4 – Enemies of Judah oppose rebuilding the temple, write to Emperor who orders rebuilding to stop; temple rebuilding ceases
Ezra 5 – Prophets & leaders of Jews begin rebuilding the temple again; Persian officials write to Persian Emperor Darius in opposition

Ezra 6 – Emperor Darius searches royal records & orders rebuilding of temple to continue; temple completed, dedicated; Passover kept
Ezra 7 – Ezra gains Artaxerxes’ favour, returns from Babylon to Jerusalem; Artaxerxes commands Ezra to teach & Jews to return to Israel
Ezra 8 – Ezra, priests, Levites & leaders plan & return from Babylon to Jerusalem with gifts for temple; people & gifts recorded
Ezra 9 – Some Jews marry non-Jews; Ezra grieves, prays to God in front of people, confesses sins, humbles himself, intercedes for Jews
Ezra 10 – Meeting about Jews marrying foreign women; Jews confess sin, investigate mixed marriages; foreign women & children sent away
Nehemiah 1 – Nehemiah hears of Jews’ struggle to rebuild Jerusalem, prays to God, confesses, asks God for mercy, help & Emperor’s favour
Nehemiah 2 – Nehemiah is sad, gets permission from Emperor to return to & rebuild Jerusalem, returns, inspects city, begins rebuilding
Nehemiah 3 – Wall of Jerusalem is rebuilt by Levites, priests, & other Jewish people; list of sections of the wall & who built them
Nehemiah 4 – Sanballat mocks Jews rebuilding Jerusalem, become angry, plan to attack; Jews make progress building, prepare defences
Nehemiah 5 – Some Jews financially oppress other Jews; Nehemiah calls meeting; leaders cancel debts; Nehemiah helps people & rebuilding
Nehemiah 6 – Sanballat tries to trick, trap & kill Nehemiah; Nehemiah is not distracted; wall completed in 52 days; Jews’ enemies lose face
Nehemiah 7 – Nehemiah gives orders to guard Jerusalem; list of leaders, priests, Levites, singers, animals who returned from Babylon
Nehemiah 8 – Ezra reads law to Israel in Jerusalem; Israel worships, cries, holds festival, later keeps Feast of Tabernacles
Nehemiah 9 – Israel gather, fast, repent, read law, confess sin, worhip LORD, pray about God’s mercy & Israel’s journey through history
Nehemiah 10 – Israel sign agreement to live according to God’s law; list of leaders who signed the law; list of laws Israel promises to keep
Nehemiah 11 – People settle in Jerusalem & other places; lists of people groups who stayed in Jerusalem; list of other towns throughout Israe
Nehemiah 12 – Records of priests, Levites & temple duties; Jerusalem wall dedicated with marching, music & sacrifice; people give to temple
Nehemiah 13 – Nehemiah restores laws & practices regarding temple services, Sabbath & mixed marriages; Nehemiah asks God to remember him
Esther 1 – Xerxes rules Persia, holds feast, asks Queen Vashti to come; Queen Vashti refuses, makes Xerxes angry, is removed from palace
Esther 2 – Xerxes looks for new queen; many virgin women come before Xerxes; Esther is chosen & made queen; Mordecai saves Xerxes’ life
Esther 3 – Haman promoted, gains respect; Mordecai does not bow to Haman; Haman angry, wants to kill Mordecai, writes law to kill all Jews
Esther 4 – Mordecai & Jews learn about death law & mourn; Mordecai informs Esther of law, advises her to speak with king; Jews fast 3 days
Esther 5 – Esther risks death & visits king; king welcomes Esther; Esther invites king & Haman to feast; Haman plans to kill Mordecai
Esther 6 – King learns that Mordecai previously had saved the king but that Mordecai was not rewarded; king asks Haman to honour Mordecai

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Esther 7 – Esther tells Xerxes of Haman’s plan to kill Jews; Xerxes angry; Haman begs Esther for mercy; Xerxes commands Haman to be hung
Esther 8 – Esther given Haman’s property; Mordecai made ruler; Esther begs Xerxes save Jews; law made allowing Jews to defend themselves
Esther 9 – Jews defend themselves, kill 75000 enemies; Haman’s sons hung; Jews celebrate victory; Purim declared an annual festival
Esther 10 – Xerxes empire is strong; Mordecai’s story recorded in offical records; Mordecai is well-liked powerful ruler under King Xerxes
Job 1 – Job lives as a good rich man; Satan meets with God, destroys Job’s property, kills his children; Job mourns, praises the LORD
Job 2 – Satan & LORD discuss Job; Satan gives Job skin disease; Job’s wife discourages Job; Job stays faithful; Job’s friends visit him
Job 3 – Job speaks to friends: he curses the day of his birth, regrets that he ever lived, talks about how suffering people still live
Job 4 – Eliphaz speaks to Job: indicates Job may be weak & guilty; talks about a dream which showed him man’s unholiness & mortality
Job 5 – Eliphaz speaks to Job: people bring trouble on themselves; encourages Job to turn to God; God is willing to save & help people
Job 6 – Job speaks to friends: Job expresses his great grief & weakness; God has caused Job’s pain; Job’s friends are not helping him
Job 7 – Job speaks to friends: his life is difficult, purposeless & miserable; Job is bitterr & angey, complains to God about hard life
Job 8 – Bildad speaks to Job: Job & children must have sinned to cause Job’s trouble; tells Job to turn to God; talks about evil people
Matthew 1 – Ancestors of Jesus Christ listed; Mary pregnant by Holy Spirit; Angel appears to Joseph; Joseph marries Mary; Jesus is born
Matthew 2 – Wise men worship Jesus; Herod tries to kill Jesus; Jesus family flees to Egypt & later returns to Nazareth to live when safe
Matthew 3 – John the Baptist preaches repentance in Judea & baptises in Jordan; John baptises Jesus; Spirit descends; His Father speaks
Matthew 4 – Jesus fasts & is tempted in wilderness, preaches repentance, calls Peter, Andrew, James, John, preaches & heals in Galilee
Matthew 5 – Jesus teaches Sermon on the Mount: the Beatitudes, salt & light, fulfil the law, explanation of commandments, love your enemies
Matthew 6 – Jesus teaches Sermon on the Mount: about good deeds, prayer, forgiveness, fasting, treasure in heaven, seek first God’s kingdom
Matthew 7 – Jesus teaches Sermon on the Mount: about judging, God’s good gifts, narrow way to life, false prophets, wise & foolish men
Matthew 8 – Jesus heals leper, centurion’s servant, Peter’s mother & other people; Jesus calms sea, casts devils out of two men into pigs
Matthew 9 – Jesus forgives, heals palsy, bleeding woman, blind men, casts out devils, raises girl to life, refutes accusations & preaches
Matthew 10 – Jesus calls, empowers, sends & commands 12 disciples to preach, heal, cast out devils, raise the dead; additional instructions
Matthew 11 – John’s disciples question Jesus; Jesus talks about John the Baptist, rebukes cities, invites people to Himself to find rest

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The true art of Israel was in literature, the Old Testament of the Bible. (The Torah). Interspersed with Old Testament stories, are the actual architectural works of the time

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