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# Title Category Scripture Speaker Date Length Series
12 Last Week PM - Disorder In The Court Expository and Topical Messages 1 Corinthians 6:1-8 Pastor Paul M. Reiner 2017-06-11 36:48 New Testament
0 Last Week AM - Pride Goeth Before Destruction Expository and Topical Messages Jeremiah 12:7-13:27 Pastor Paul M. Reiner 2017-06-18 37:47 Old Testament


Old Testament books were written long before Jesus was born.


LAW (PENTATEUCH) BIBLE ICONS - The first five (5) books of the Bible deal with the “Law of Moses”: Israel’s beginnings, and their ancient agreement with God to be His people.

HISTORY BIBLE ICONS - Our Bibles usually group these books of the Old Testament together: they’re the historical narratives that tell us how the Israelites did (and didn’t) live up to the Law.

POETRY BIBLE ICONS - One of my favorite parts of the Bible: the books of Old Testament poetry. These books show how the people of God respond to God.

PROPHECY BIBLE ICONS - The poets tell us how people respond to their relationship with God in the Old Testament. The prophets tell us God’s side of the story.


Author: Joshua (with the exception of 24:29-33)
Date: 14th century BC
Synopsis: The book of Joshua is the Old Testament counterpart to the New Testament book of Ephesians.  It details Israel's conquest of their promised inheritance and the battles faced in obtaining the promises.


Author: Unknown
Date: c. 1000 BC

Synopsis: The book of Judges is the record of Israel under the leadership of 12 judges, 12 men and 1 woman.   The theme of the book is Israel's failure to remain true to God even under the leadership of godly leaders.


Author: Unknown
Date: c. 900 BC

Synopsis: 1 Samuel is primarily the account of the first king of Israel that was anointed by the prophet Samuel.


Author: Nehemiah
Date: c. 5th century BC

Synopsis: The account concerns the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem following the Babylonian captivity and is an excellent treatise on leadership.


Author: Solomon
Date: 10th century BC

Synopsis: The book, sometimes called Canticles, describes genuine love between a husband and wife.


Author: Isaiah
Date: 8th century BC

Synopsis: These messages were preached in the later half of 2006 and therefore they do not cover the entirety of the book of Isaiah but focus on passages dealing with salvation and sanctification.


Author: Jeremiah
Date: 626 BC to c. 580 BC

Theme: Jeremiah prophesied in the days of godly King Josiah when revival was taking place in Judah.  His message was of a coming judgment.  The problem was that the revival was superficial.  After the death of Josiah, Judah would head downhill spiritually and in 586 BC Jerusalem would be destroyed and the survivors taken into Babylonian captivity.


Author: Jeremiah
Date: 6th century BC

Synopsis: A collection of dirges lamenting the fall of Jerusalem after the Babylonian attacks which also reveals the heart of God towards those whom He loves and is chastening because of sin.


Author: Daniel
Date: 6th century BC
Synopsis: The book deals with the activities of Daniel during the Babylonian captivity as well as visions that Daniel received concerning the future kingdoms of the world


Author: Joel
Date: c. 830 BC
Synopsis: The book deals with a judgment of locusts upon Israel but also looks to the future tribulation days when the nation shall be devastated by an even greater judgment.  It then speaks of God restoration and blessing of the nation upon their repentance.


Author: Amos
Date: c. 760 BC

Synopsis: A shepherd named Amos preaches against the injustices, materialism and false piety of the Northern Kingdom of Israel.


Author: Jonah
Date: c. 760 BC

Synopsis: While most people are familiar with the story of Jonah and the great fish who swallowed him, the account emphasizes the love of god for sinful man.


Author: Haggai
Date: 520 BC

Synopsis: The people have abandoned the work of restoring God’s temple in Jerusalem, putting their own desires ahead of the worship of God.


Author: Zechariah
Date: c. 520 BC

Synopsis: This Old Testament book contains more prophecy concerning Jesus Christ, the nation of Israel and the nations of the world in a limited space than any other OT book.


Author: Malachi
Date: c. 425 BC
Synopsis: The last of the Old Testament prophets, Malachi rebukes the people of Israel for the very sins that caused them to be in Babylonian captivity and their ignorance of them.

New Testament books were written about Jesus, and what it means to follow him.


GOSPEL BIBLE ICONS - These books tell the story of Jesus’ baptism, miracles, death, and resurrection.

PAULINE EPISTLES BIBLE ICONS - These letters were written by the apostle Paul to churches and pastors.

GENERAL EPISTLES BIBLE ICONS - These letters were (for the most part) written to broader audiences . . . and not by Paul.

REVELATION BIBLE ICON - Revelation is the resolution of all things: the kingdom of God is once again physically and literally restored to earth. The dead are raised. The final judgments are rendered. And all things are made new.


Author: Matthew
Date: c. 50 AD

Synopsis: This is an account of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, focusing on Jesus’ role as the true king of the Jews.


Author: John Mark
Date: c. 68 AD
Synopsis: This gospel is the account of the earthly ministry of Jesus Christ emphasizing Him as the Servant of Jehovah.


Author: Luke
Date: c. 60 AD
Synopsis: This gospel is the account of Jesus' earthly ministry emphasizing Him and the perfect man.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 56 AD
Synopsis: Paul writes a disciplinary letter to a fractured church in Corinth, and answers some questions that they’ve had about how Christians should behave.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 50 AD

Synopsis: Sometimes called the "Magna Carta of the New Testament" Paul admonishes the readers not to be entangled in keeping the Mosaic Law but live in the freedom of grace.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 60 AD

Synopsis: Paul writes to the church at Ephesus about how to walk in grace, peace, and love.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 51 AD

Synopsis: Paul has heard a good report on the church at Thessalonica, and encourages them to “excel still more” in light of the Lord's return.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 67 AD

Synopsis: Written just before his execution, Paul encourages Timothy to remain faithful to God in spite of the times of apostasy that will come.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 65 AD

Synopsis: Paul counsels Titus in developing new-founded churches into mature congregations.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 60 (One of Paul's Prison Epistles)

Synopsis: Onesimus, a slave, escaped to Rome where he encounters Paul and receives Jesus Christ as Savior.  Paul sends Onesimus back to Philemon as a brother in Christ.

Author: Unknown
Date: c. 68 AD

Synopsis: A letter written to Jewish believers who were tempted to return to Judaism, encouraging them to remain faithful to Jesus Christ who is "better" (the fulfillment of) than all that the Old Testament pictured.


Author: Peter
Date: c. 66 AD

Synopsis: Written just before his death, Peter reminds his readers of the authority of Scripture, its perversion by false teachers and the coming Day of the Lord.


Author: John
Date: c. 95 AD

Synopsis: The title of the book, Revelation (not revelations) of Jesus Christ is what the book is about.  Jesus is revealed in His relation to the church and the world, both in time past, present and future.


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