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# Title Category Scripture Speaker Date Length Series
1 Last Week AM - How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? Expository and Topical Messages Jeremiah 8:4-22 Pastor Paul M. Reiner 2017-05-14 37:47 Expository Messages
2 Last Week PM - Follow The Leader Expository and Topical Messages 1 Corinthians 4:9-21 Pastor Paul M. Reiner 2017-05-14 36:48 New 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: Unknown
Joshua (Israel’s new leader) leads Israel to conquer the Promised land, then parcels out territories to the twelve tribes of Israel.


Author: Unknown
Israel enters a cycle of turning from God, falling captive to oppressive nations, calling out to God, and being rescued by leaders God sends their way (called “judges”).


Author: Unknown
Israel demands a king, who turns out to be quite a disappointment.


Author: Nehemiah
The city of Jerusalem is in bad shape, so Nehemiah rebuilds the wall around the city.

Author: Traditionally Solomon (but it could have been written about Solomon, or in the style of Solomon)
A love song (or collection of love songs) celebrating love, desire, and marriage.

Author: Isaiah (and maybe some of his followers)
God sends the prophet Isaiah to warn Israel of future judgment—but also to tell them about a coming king and servant who will “bear the sins of many.


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: Traditionally Jeremiah
A collection of dirges lamenting the fall of Jerusalem after the Babylonian attacks.


Author: Daniel (with other contributors)
Daniel becomes a high-ranking wise man in the Babylonian and Persian empires, and has prophetic visions concerning Israel’s future.


Author: Joel
God sends a plague of locusts to Judge Israel, but his judgment on the surrounding nations is coming, too.


Author: Amos
A shepherd named Amos preaches against the injustice of the Northern Kingdom of Israel.


Author: Jonah
A disobedient prophet runs from God, is swallowed by a great fish, and then preaches God’s message to the city of Nineveh.


Author: Haggai
The people have abandoned the work of restoring God’s temple in Jerusalem, and so Haggai takes them to task.


Author: Zechariah
The prophet Zechariah calls Israel to return to God, and records prophetic visions that show what’s happening behind the scenes.


Author: Malachi
God has been faithful to Israel, but they continue to live disconnected from him—so God sends Malachi to call them out.


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


Author: John Mark
This brief account of Jesus’ earthly ministry highlights Jesus’ authority and servanthood.


Author: Luke
Luke writes the most thorough account of Jesus’ life, pulling together eyewitness testimonies to tell the full story of Jesus.


Author: Paul
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
Paul hears that the Galatian churches have been lead to think that salvation comes from the law of Moses, and writes a (rather heated) letter telling them where the false teachers have it wrong.


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


Author: Paul
Paul has heard a good report on the church at Thessalonica, and encourages them to “excel still more” in faith, hope, and love.


Author: Paul
Paul is nearing the end of his life, and encourages Timothy to continue preaching the word.


Author: Paul
Paul advises Titus on how to lead orderly, counter-cultural churches on the island of Crete.


Author: Philemon
Paul strongly recommends that Philemon accept his runaway slave as a brother, not a slave.


Author: Unknown
A letter encouraging Christians to cling to Christ despite persecution, because he is greater.


Author: Peter
Peter writes a letter reminding Christians about the truth of Jesus, and warning them that false teachers will come.


Author: John
John sees visions of things that have been, things that are, and things that are yet to come.


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