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Walking With Jesus

Walk chronologically through the life of the greatest Man who ever lived and walked on our world! Learn about His life from eyewitness accounts that were written within the lifetime of people who had met Jesus.

What’s included . . .

In this study, read through all four gospels chronologically and walk with Jesus through His life as He makes His way to the cross. Here’s a breakdown of the scripture passage that each lesson covers:

  • Lesson 1: Mark 1:1 / Luke 1:1-4 / John 1:1-18
         The Beginning of the Good News / Dedication / Prologue

  • Lesson 2: Matthew 1:1-17 / Luke 3:23b-38
         The Record of Jesus' Ancestors

  • Lesson 3: Luke 1:5-25
         The Birth of John the Baptist Foretold

  • Lesson 4: Luke 1:26-38
         The Birth of Jesus Foretold

  • Lesson 5: Luke 1:39-56
         Mary Visits Elizabeth / Mary's Song of Praise

  • Lesson 6: Luke 1:57-80
         The Birth of John the Baptist / Zechariah’s Prophecy

  • Lesson 7: Matthew 1:18-25
         Joseph Learns of Mary’s Pregnancy

  • Lesson 8: Luke 2:1-20
         Shepherds and Angels

  • Lesson 9: Luke 2:21-38
         Jesus is Presented in the Temple / The Prophecy of Simeon / The Prophecy of Anna

  • Lesson 10: Matthew 2:1-23 / Luke 2:39-40
         The Visit of the Wise Men / The Escape to Egypt / The Return to Nazareth

  • Lesson 11: Luke 2:41-52
         Jesus Speaks with the Teachers

  • Lesson 12: Mark 1:2-8 / Matthew 3:1-12 / Luke 3:1-18
         John the Baptist Prepares the Way

  • Lesson 13: Mark 1:9-11 / Matthew 3:13-17 / Luke 3:21-22
         The Baptism of Jesus

  • Lesson 14: Mark 1:12-13 / Matthew 4:1-11 / Luke 4:1-15
         The Temptation of Jesus

  • Lesson 15: John 1:19-34
         The Testimony of John the Baptist / Jesus, the Lamb of God

  • Lesson 16: John 1:35-51
         The First Disciples

  • Lesson 17: John 2:1-12
         The Wedding at Cana

  • Lesson 18: John 2:13-25
         Jesus Clears the Temple

  • Lesson 19: John 3:1-22
         Jesus and Nicodemus

  • Lesson 20: John 3:23-36
         John the Baptist Exalts Jesus

  • Lesson 21: John 4:1-45
         Jesus and the Samaritan Woman / Many Samaritans Believe

  • Lesson 22: Luke 3:19-20 / Mark 1:14-15 / Matthew 4:12-17 / Luke 3:23a
         John the Baptist is Imprisoned / The Ministry of Jesus Begins

  • Lesson 23: John 4:46-54
         Jesus Heals an Official's Son

  • Lesson 24: Luke 4:16-30
         Jesus Rejected at Nazareth

  • Lesson 25: Mark 1:16-20 / Matthew 4:18-22 / Luke 5:1-11
         The Disciples Follow Jesus / Jesus Teaches by the Sea

  • Lesson 26: Mark 1:21-28 / Luke 4:31-37 / Mark 1:29-34 / Matthew 8:14-17 / Luke 4:38-41
         Jesus Casts Out an Evil Spirit / Jesus Heals Many People

  • Lesson 27: Mark 1:35-39 / Luke 4:42-44 / Matthew 4:23-25
         Jesus' Ministry in Galilee

  • Lesson 28: Mark 1:40-45 / Matthew 8:1-4 / Luke 5:12-16
         Jesus Heals a Man with Leprosy

  • Lesson 29: Mark 2:1-12 / Matthew 9:1-8 / Luke 5:17-26
         Jesus Heals a Paralyzed Man

  • Lesson 30: Mark 2:13-17 / Matthew 9:9-13 / Luke 5:27-32
         Jesus Calls Levi (Matthew)

  • Lesson 31: Mark 2:18-22 / Matthew 9:14-17 / Luke 5:33-39
         A Discussion about Fasting

  • Lesson 32: John 5:1-15
         Jesus Heals a Lame Man

  • Lesson 33: John 5:16-47
         Jesus Claims to Be the Son of God / Witnesses to Jesus

  • Lesson 34: Mark 2:23-28 / Matthew 12:1-8 / Luke 6:1-5
         A Discussion about the Sabbath

  • Lesson 35: Mark 3:1-6 / Luke 6:6-11 / Matthew 12:9-14 / Matthew 12:15-21 / Mark 3:7-12
         Jesus Heals on the Sabbath / Jesus, God's Chosen Servant / Crowds Follow Jesus

  • Lesson 36: Mark 3:13-19 / Luke 6:12-16 / Matthew 10:1-4
         Jesus Chooses the Twelve Apostles

  • Lesson 37: Matthew 5:1-12 / Luke 6:17-26
         The Sermon on the Mount (Introduction) / The Beatitudes / Sorrows Foretold

  • Lesson 38: Matthew 5:13-37
         Teaching about Salt and Light / Teaching about the Law / Teaching about Anger / Teaching about Adultery

  • Lesson 39: Matthew 5:38-48 / Luke 6:27-36
         Teaching about Revenge / Teaching about Loving our Enemies

  • Lesson 40: Matthew 6:1-4
         Teaching about Giving to the Needy

  • Lesson 41: Matthew 6:5-13
         Teaching about Prayer

  • Lesson 42: Matthew 6:14-18
         Teaching about Fasting

  • Lesson 43: Matthew 6:19-24
         Teaching about Money

  • Lesson 44: Matthew 6:25-34
         Teaching about Possessions

  • Lesson 45: Matthew 7:1-6 / Luke 6:37-42
         Don't Condemn Others

  • Lesson 46: Matthew 7:7-20 / Luke 6:43-45
         Effective Prayer / The Golden Rule / The Narrow Gate / The Tree and its Fruit

  • Lesson 47: Matthew 7:21-29 / Luke 6:46-49
         True Disciples / Building on a Solid Foundation

  • Lesson 48: Matthew 8:5-13 / Luke 7:1-10
         Faith of a Roman Officer

  • Lesson 49: Luke 7:11-17
         Jesus Raises a Widow's Son

  • Lesson 50: Matthew 11:1-19 / Luke 7:18-35
         Jesus and John the Baptist

  • Lesson 51: Matthew 11:20-30
         Judgment for the Unbelievers / Jesus' Prayer of Thanksgiving

  • Lesson 52: Luke 7:36-50
         Jesus Anointed by a Sinful Woman

  • Lesson 53: Luke 8:1-3 / Mark 3:20-30 / Matthew 12:22-37 / Luke 11:14-28
         Women Who Followed Jesus / Jesus and the Prince of Demons

  • Lesson 54: Matthew 12:38-45 / Luke 11:29-32
         The Sign of Jonah

  • Lesson 55: Mark 3:31-35 / Matthew 12:46-50 / Luke 8:19-21
         The True Family of Jesus

  • Lesson 56: Luke 8:9-10 / Mark 4:10-12 / Matthew 13:10-17
         Jesus Explains Parables

  • Lesson 57: Mark 4:1-9 / Matthew 13:1-9 / Luke 8:4-8 / Mark 4:13-20 / Matthew 13:18-23 / Luke 8:11-15
         Story of the Farmer Scattering Seed / Explanation of the Farmer Scattering Seed

  • Lesson 58: Luke 8:16-18 / Mark 4:21-25
         Illustration of the Lamp

  • Lesson 59: Mark 4:26-29 / Matthew 13:24-30 / Matthew 13:36-43
         Illustration of the Growing Seed / Story of the Wheat and Weeds / The Wheat and Weeds Explained

  • Lesson 60: Mark 4:30-34 / Matthew 13:31-32 / Luke 13:18-19 / Matthew 13:33-35 / Luke 13:20-21
         Illustration of the Mustard Seed / Illustration of the Yeast

  • Lesson 61: Matthew 13:44-52
         Illustration of the Hidden Treasure / Illustration of the Pearl Merchant / Illustration of the Fishing Net

  • Lesson 62: Mark 4:35-41 / Matthew 8:23-27 / Luke 8:22-25
         Jesus Calms the Storm

  • Lesson 63: Mark 5:1-20 / Matthew 8:28-34 / Luke 8:26-39
         Jesus Heals a Demon-Possessed Man / Jesus Heals two Demon-Possessed Men

  • Lesson 64: Mark 5:21-34 / Matthew 9:18-22 / Luke 8:40-48
         Jesus Heals in Response to Faith

  • Lesson 65: Mark 5:35-43 / Matthew 9:23-26 / Luke 8:49-56
         Jesus Heals in Response to Faith (cont.)

  • Lesson 66: Matthew 9:27-34
         Jesus Heals the Blind and Mute

  • Lesson 67: Mark 6:1-6 / Matthew 13:53-58 / Matthew 9:35-38
         Jesus Rejected at Nazareth / The Need for Workers

  • Lesson 68: Mark 6:7-13 / Luke 9:1-6 / Matthew 10:5-15
         Jesus Sends Out the Twelve Disciples

  • Lesson 69: Matthew 10:16-42
         Jesus Instructs His Disciples

  • Lesson 70: Luke 9:7-9 / Mark 6:14-29 / Matthew 14:1-12
         The Death of John the Baptist

  • Lesson 71: Matthew 14:13-21 / Mark 6:30-44 / Luke 9:10-17 / John 6:1-15
         Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand

  • Lesson 72: Mark 6:45-52 / Matthew 14:22-33 / John 6:16-21 / Mark 6:53-56 / Matthew 14:34-36
         Jesus Walks on Water

  • Lesson 73: John 6:22-59
         Jesus, the Bread of Life

  • Lesson 74: John 6:60-71
         Many Disciples Desert Jesus

  • Lesson 75: Mark 7:1-23 / Matthew 15:1-20
         Jesus Teaches about Inner Purity

  • Lesson 76: Mark 7:24-30 / Matthew 15:21-28
         The Faith of a Gentile Woman

  • Lesson 77: Mark 7:31-37 / Matthew 15:29-31
         Jesus Heals a Deaf and Mute Man / Jesus Heals Many People

  • Lesson 78: Mark 8:1-10 / Matthew 15:32-39
         Jesus Feeds Four Thousand

  • Lesson 79: Matthew 16:1-4 / Mark 8:11-13
         Pharisees Demand a Miraculous Sign

  • Lesson 80: Mark 8:14-21 / Matthew 16:5-12
         Yeast of the Leaders

  • Lesson 81: Mark 8:22-26
         Jesus Heals a Blind Man

  • Lesson 82: Mark 8:27-30 / Matthew 16:13-20 / Luke 9:18-20
         Peter's Declaration about Jesus

  • Lesson 83: Mark 8:31-9:1 / Matthew 16:21-28 / Luke 9:21-27
         Jesus Predicts His Death

  • Lesson 84: Mark 9:2-13 / Matthew 17:1-13 / Luke 9:28-36
         The Transfiguration

  • Lesson 85: Mark 9:14-29 / Matthew 17:14-21 / Luke 9:37-43a
         Jesus Heals a Boy Possessed by an Evil Spirit

  • Lesson 86: Mark 9:30-32 / Matthew 17:22-23 / Luke 9:43b-45
         Jesus Again Predicts His Death

  • Lesson 87: Matthew 17:24-27
         Payment of the Temple Tax

  • Lesson 88: Mark 9:33-37 / Matthew 18:1-6 / Luke 9:46-48
         The Greatest in the Kingdom

  • Lesson 89: Luke 9:49-50 / Mark 9:38-50 / Matthew 18:7-11
         Using the Name of Jesus

  • Lesson 90: Matthew 18:15-35
         Correcting of a Fellow Believer / Story of the Unforgiving Debtor

  • Lesson 91: John 7:1-9
         Jesus and His Brothers

  • Lesson 92: Luke 9:51-56
         Opposition from Samaritans

  • Lesson 93: Matthew 8:18-22 / Luke 9:57-62
         The Cost of Following Jesus

  • Lesson 94: John 7:10-24
         Jesus Teaches Openly at the Temple

  • Lesson 95: John 7:25-36
         Is Jesus the Messiah?

  • Lesson 96: John 7:37-52
         Jesus Promises Living Water / Division and Unbelief

  • Lesson 97: John 7:53-8:11
         A Woman Caught in Adultery (***Note: Many early manuscripts do not include this passage***)

  • Lesson 98: John 8:12-20
         Jesus, the Light of the World

  • Lesson 99: John 8:21-30
         The Unbelieving People Warned

  • Lesson 100: John 8:31-59
         Jesus and Abraham

  • Lesson 101: Luke 10:1-20
         Jesus Sends Out His Disciples

  • Lesson 102: Luke 10:21-24
         Jesus' Prayer of Thanksgiving

  • Lesson 103: Luke 10:25-37
         The Most Important Commandment / Story of the Good Samaritan

  • Lesson 104: Luke 10:38-42
         Jesus Visits Martha and Mary

  • Lesson 105: Luke 11:1-13
         Teaching about Prayer

  • Lesson 106: Luke 11:33-36
         Receiving the Light

  • Lesson 107: Luke 11:37-54
         Jesus Criticizes the Religious Leaders

  • Lesson 108: Luke 12:1-12
         A Warning Against Hypocrisy

  • Lesson 109: Luke 12:13-34
         Story of the Rich Fool / Teaching about Money and Possessions

  • Lesson 110: Luke 12:35-59
         Be Ready for the Lord's Coming / Jesus Causes Division

  • Lesson 111: Luke 13:1-9
         A Call to Repentance / Illustration of the Barren Fig Tree

  • Lesson 112: Luke 13:10-17
         Jesus Heals on the Sabbath

  • Lesson 113: John 9:1-41
         Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind / Spiritual Blindness

  • Lesson 114: John 10:1-21
         The Good Shepherd and His Sheep

  • Lesson 115: John 10:22-42
         Jesus Claims to Be the Son of God

  • Lesson 116: Luke 13:22-30
         The Narrow Door

  • Lesson 117: Luke 13:31-35 / Matthew 23:37-39
         Jesus Grieves over Jerusalem

  • Lesson 118: Luke 14:1-6
         Jesus Heals on the Sabbath

  • Lesson 119: Luke 14:7-24
         Jesus Teaches about Humility / Story of the Great Feast

  • Lesson 120: Luke 14:25-35
         The Cost of Being a Disciple

  • Lesson 121: Matthew 18:12-14 / Luke 15:1-10
         Story of the Lost Sheep / Story of the Lost Coin

  • Lesson 122: Luke 15:11-32
         Story of the Lost Son

  • Lesson 123: Luke 16:1-18
         Story of the Shrewd Manager

  • Lesson 124: Luke 16:19-31
         The Rich Man and Lazarus

  • Lesson 125: Luke 17:1-10
         Teachings about Forgiveness and Faith

  • Lesson 126: John 11:1-44
         The Death of Lazarus / Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead

  • Lesson 127: John 11:45-57
         The Plot to Kill Jesus

  • Lesson 128: Luke 17:11-19
         Ten Healed of Leprosy

  • Lesson 129: Luke 17:20-37
         The Coming of the Kingdom

  • Lesson 130: Luke 18:1-8
         Story of the Persistent Widow

  • Lesson 131: Luke 18:9-14
         Story of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector

  • Lesson 132: Mark 10:1-12 / Matthew 19:1-12
         Discussion about Divorce and Marriage

  • Lesson 133: Mark 10:13-16 / Matthew 19:13-15 / Luke 18:15-17
         Jesus Blesses the Children

  • Lesson 134: Mark 10:17-31 / Matthew 19:16-30 / Luke 18:18-30
         The Rich Young Man

  • Lesson 135: Matthew 20:1-16
         Story of the Vineyard Workers

  • Lesson 136: Mark 10:32-34 / Matthew 20:17-19 / Luke 18:31-34
         Jesus Again Predicts His Death

  • Lesson 137: Mark 10:35-45 / Matthew 20:20-28
         Jesus Teaches about Serving Others

  • Lesson 138: Matthew 20:29-34 / Mark 10:46-52 / Luke 18:35-43
         Jesus Heals Two Blind Men / Jesus Heals Blind Bartimaeus

  • Lesson 139: Luke 19:1-10
         Jesus and Zacchaeus

  • Lesson 140: Luke 19:11-27
         Story of the Ten Servants

  • Lesson 141: Mark 14:3-9 / Matthew 26:6-13 / John 12:1-11
         Jesus Anointed at Bethany

  • Lesson 142: Mark 11:1-7 / Matthew 21:1-7 / Luke 19:28-35
         The Disciples Retreive a Donkey for Jesus

  • Lesson 143: Mark 11:8-11 / Matthew 21:8-11 / Luke 19:36-40 / John 12:12-19
         The Triumphal Entry

  • Lesson 144: Luke 19:41-44
         Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem

  • Lesson 145: John 12:20-36
         Jesus Predicts His Death

  • Lesson 146: John 12:37-50
         The Unbelief of the People

  • Lesson 147: Matthew 21:18-22 / Mark 11:12-14 / Mark 11:20-26
         Jesus Curses the Fig Tree / The Withered Fig Tree

  • Lesson 148: Mark 11:15-19 / Matthew 21:12-17 / Luke 19:45-48
         Jesus Clears the Temple

  • Lesson 149: Mark 11:27-33 / Matthew 21:23-27 / Luke 20:1-8
         The Authority of Jesus Challenged

  • Lesson 150: Matthew 21:28-32
         Story of the Two Sons

  • Lesson 151: Mark 12:1-12 / Matthew 21:33-46 / Luke 20:9-19
         Story of the Evil Tenants

  • Lesson 152: Matthew 22:1-14
         Story of the Great Feast

  • Lesson 153: Mark 12:13-17 / Matthew 22:15-22 / Luke 20:20-26
         Taxes for Caesar

  • Lesson 154: Mark 12:18-27 / Matthew 22:23-33 / Luke 20:27-40
         Discussion about Resurrection

  • Lesson 155: Mark 12:28-34 / Matthew 22:34-40
         The Most Important Commandment

  • Lesson 156: Mark 12:35-37 / Matthew 22:41-46 / Luke 20:41-44
         Who’s Son Is the Messiah?

  • Lesson 157: Mark 12:38-40 / Luke 20:45-47 / Matthew 23:1-36
         Jesus Warns the Religious Leaders

  • Lesson 158: Mark 12:41-44 / Luke 21:1-4
         The Widow's Offering

  • Lesson 159: Mark 13:1-13 / Matthew 24:1-14 / Luke 21:5-19
         Jesus Foretells the Future

  • Lesson 160: Mark 13:14-23 / Matthew 24:15-25 / Luke 21:20-24
         Jesus Fortells the Future (cont.)

  • Lesson 161: Mark 13:24-31 / Matthew 24:26-35 / Luke 21:25-33
         Jesus Foretells the Future (cont.)

  • Lesson 162: Mark 13:32-37 / Matthew 24:36-51 / Luke 21:34-38
         The Time of Jesus' Return

  • Lesson 163: Matthew 25:1-13
         Story of the Ten Bridesmaids

  • Lesson 164: Matthew 25:14-30
         Story of the Three Servants

  • Lesson 165: Matthew 25:31-46
         The Final Judgment

  • Lesson 166: Mark 14:1-2 / Mark 14:10-11 / Matthew 26:1-5 / Matthew 26:14-16 / Luke 22:1-6
         The Plot to Kill Jesus / Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus

  • Lesson 167: Mark 14:12-16 / Matthew 26:17-19 / Luke 22:7-13
         Preparation for the Last Supper

  • Lesson 168: John 13:1-17
         Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet

  • Lesson 169: Mark 14:17-21 / Matthew 26:20-25 / Luke 22:21-30 / John 13:18-30
         Jesus Predicts His Betrayal

  • Lesson 170: Mark 14:22-26 / Matthew 26:26-30 / Luke 22:14-20
         The Lord's Supper

  • Lesson 171: John 13:31-38 / Mark 14:27-31 / Matthew 26:31-35 / Luke 22:31-38
         Jesus Predicts Peter's Denial

  • Lesson 172: John 14:1-14
         Jesus is the Way to the Father

  • Lesson 173: John 14:15-31
         Jesus Promises the Holy Spirit

  • Lesson 174: John 15:1-17
         Jesus, the True Vine

  • Lesson 175: John 15:18-16:4
         The World's Hatred

  • Lesson 176: John 16:5-15
         The Work of the Holy Spirit

  • Lesson 177: John 16:16-33
         Sadness Will Be Turned to Joy

  • Lesson 178: John 17:1-26
         The Prayer of Jesus

  • Lesson 179: John 18:1-2 / Mark 14:32-42 / Matthew 26:36-46 / Luke 22:39-46
         Jesus Prays in Gethsemane

  • Lesson 180: Mark 14:43-52 / Matthew 26:47-56 / Luke 22:47-53 / John 18:3-11
         Jesus Is Betrayed and Arrested

  • Lesson 181: John 18:12-24 / Mark 14:53-65 / Matthew 26:57-68
         Annas Questions Jesus / Peter's First Denial / The High Priest Questions Jesus / Jesus Before the Council

  • Lesson 182: Mark 14:66-72 / Matthew 26:69-75 / Luke 22:54-62 / John 18:25-27
         Peter Denies Jesus

  • Lesson 183: Mark 15:1 / Luke 22:66-71
         Jesus Before the Council

  • Lesson 184: Matthew 27:1-10
         Judas Hangs Himself

  • Lesson 185: Mark 15:2-5 / Matthew 27:11-14 / Luke 23:1-12 / John 18:28-40
         Jesus' Trial Before Pilate

  • Lesson 186: Mark 15:6-15 / Matthew 27:15-26 / Luke 23:13-25 / John 19:1-16
         Jesus Sentenced to Death

  • Lesson 187: Mark 15:16-20 / Matthew 27:27-31 / Luke 22:63-65
         The Soldiers Mock Jesus

  • Lesson 188: Mark 15:21-24 / Matthew 27:32-34 / Luke 23:26-31 / John 19:17
         The Road to Calvary

  • Lesson 189: Mark 15:25-32 / Matthew 27:35-44 / Luke 23:32-43 / John 19:18-27
         The Crucifixion

  • Lesson 190: Mark 15:33-41 / Matthew 27:45-56 / Luke 23:44-49 / John 19:28-37
         The Death of Jesus

  • Lesson 191: Mark 15:42-47 / Luke 23:50-56 / John 19:38-42 / Matthew 27:57-66
         The Burial of Jesus / The Guard at the Tomb

  • Lesson 192: Luke 24:1-12 / Mark 16:1-11 / John 20:1-10 / Matthew 28:1-10
         The Resurection

  • Lesson 193: Matthew 28:11-15
         The Report of the Guard

  • Lesson 194: John 20:11-18
         Jesus Talks to Mary

  • Lesson 195: Mark 16:12-13 / Luke 24:13-34
         The Walk to Emmaus

  • Lesson 196: Luke 24:35-43 / John 20:19-23 / Mark 16:14
         Jesus Appears to the Disciples

  • Lesson 197: John 20:24-31
         Jesus Appears to Thomas / Purpose of the Book

  • Lesson 198: John 21:1-14
         Jesus Appears to Seven Disciples

  • Lesson 199: John 21:15-25
         Jesus Challenges Peter / Conclusion

  • Lesson 200: Luke 24:44-53 / Matthew 28:16-20 / Mark 16:15-20
         The Great Commission / The Ascension

Wow, 200 lessons. This seems as though it would take a long time to study!!

Before you leave thinking this is way too long, let me remind you that with Reflective Bible Study, you can study at your own pace. This means that you don’t have to race through these lessons, and you could extend your study time out as long as you’d like. While this is one of the longer study packages, it is designed to give you a comfortable walk through Jesus’ life, and not overwhelm you with too much in each lesson. Some people would call this style “comfortably comprehensive”.

If you are worried about how long this study will take, don’t. Instead, think about how this walk with Jesus could be the beginning of a renewed relationship with Him.

Let’s start that journey today!

Character Study Packages

The Bible studies in this category cover the events that happen within a specific Bible character’s life and any time they are mentioned by name in other parts of the Bible. These are great studies if you want to know all that the Bible says about a specific Bible character.

The Amos Study

From farmer to prophet, Amos’ call from God took him out of his comfort zone. Living in a time when idolatry, immorality, and corruption had infected the land, God called Amos to warn the northern kingdom of Israel that He was about to let them be captured by the Assyrians.

In this character study, read through the book of Amos, and all the other places Amos is mentioned in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Amos, before turning and looking at the other places Amos is mentioned.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Amos 1:1-2
         Amos Receives a Vision from God

  • Lesson 2: Amos 1:3-2:3
         God Proclaims Judgment on Israel and Judah’s Neighbors

  • Lesson 3: Amos 2:4-16
         God Proclaims Judgment on Israel and Judah

  • Lesson 4: Amos 3:1-15
         God Gives His Reasons for Punishing the People

  • Lesson 5: Amos 4:1-13
         God Tries to Get the People’s Attention

  • Lesson 6: Amos 5:1-15
         God Calls His People to Repent

  • Lesson 7: Amos 5:16-27
         God Rejects Israel’s Worship

  • Lesson 8: Amos 6:1-7
         God Warns of a Coming Exile

  • Lesson 9: Amos 6:8-14
         God Promises Destruction

  • Lesson 10: Amos 7:1-9
         Amos Reasons With God About the Coming Punishment

  • Lesson 11: Amos 7:10-17
         Amos Prophecies Against Amaziah

  • Lesson 12: Amos 8:1-14
         God is Ready to Judge/Punish Israel

  • Lesson 13: Amos 9:1-10
         The People Try to Escape Punishment

  • Lesson 14: Amos 9:11-15
         God Promises a Future Restoration

  • Lesson 15: Luke 3:23-38
         Amos is Listed in Jesus’ Family Tree

The Amos Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks this Bible character.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relevant Amos’ message is for us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Daniel Study

While Daniel began his story as a captive who is exiled to Babylon, his devotion to God quickly thrusts him in the spotlight and into becoming one of the most significant Old Testament prophets.

In this character study, we first read through the book of Daniel, and then conclude by looking at all the other places where he is mentioned in the Old and New Testaments.

What’s included . . .

Our study of Daniel begins by looking at Daniel’s life as included in the first portion of his book, then we move through his prophecies that are contained in the second half, and we finish by looking at the other places where the Bible writers include or reference Daniel.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Daniel 1:1-21
         Daniel and His Friends Are Exiled to Babylon

  • Lesson 2: Daniel 2:1-23
         Nebuchadnezzar’s Forgotten Dream

  • Lesson 3: Daniel 2:24-45
         The Dream Explained

  • Lesson 4: Daniel 2:46-49
         Daniel Gets Promoted

  • Lesson 5: Daniel 3:1-18
         Nebuchadnezzar’s Golden Image

  • Lesson 6: Daniel 3:19-30
         The Fiery Furnace and God’s Deliverance

  • Lesson 7: Daniel 4:1-18
         Nebuchadnezzar’s Vision of the Great Tree

  • Lesson 8: Daniel 4:19-27
         Daniel Interprets the Vision

  • Lesson 9: Daniel 4:28-33
         Nebuchadnezzar’s Vision Happens

  • Lesson 10: Daniel 4:34-37
         Nebuchadnezzar Acknowledges and Blesses God

  • Lesson 11: Daniel 5:1-12
         Belshazzar’s Great Feast

  • Lesson 12: Daniel 5:13-31
         Daniel Interprets the Handwriting on the Wall

  • Lesson 13: Daniel 6:1-28
         Daniel Faces the Lion’s Den

  • Lesson 14: Daniel 7:1-14
         Daniel’s Vision of the Four Beasts

  • Lesson 15: Daniel 7:15-28
         The Vision of the Four Beasts Explained

  • Lesson 16: Daniel 8:1-14
         Daniel’s Vision of the Ram and Goat

  • Lesson 17: Daniel 8:15-27
         The Vision of the Ram and Goat Explained

  • Lesson 18: Daniel 9:1-19
         Daniel’s Prayer for His People

  • Lesson 19: Daniel 9:20-27
         Daniel’s Prayer is Answered

  • Lesson 20: Daniel 10:1-21
         Daniel is Terrified by Another Vision

  • Lesson 21: Daniel 11:1-45
         The Conflict between the North and the South

  • Lesson 22: Daniel 12:1-13
         The Time of the End

  • Lesson 23: Ezekiel 14:12-20
         Jerusalem Will Not Be Spared

  • Lesson 24: Ezekiel 28:1-10
         Tyre’s King is Overthrown

  • Lesson 25: Matthew 24:3-25 / Mark 13:3-20
         The Time of Jesus’ Return

The Daniel Study is great if you want a relatively short study that unpacks this Bible character, or if you are needing some encouragement about standing strong for God in the face of trials.

Through Daniel’s life and choices, we are able to see how God can use people who remain devoted to Him!

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Elijah Study

Sent by God to the people of Israel to denounce the worship of Baal and those who supported it, Elijah became one of the greatest prophets in that time period. Elijah also holds the honor of being one of the few people who were taken to heaven before tasting death.

In this character study, we first look at Elijah’s life and ministry, before focusing in on the rest of the places where he is mentioned in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through Elijah’s life as told in the books of Kings and Chronicles, before assembling the remaining places where this prophet is mentioned in the Old and New Testaments.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: 1 Kings 17:1-7
         Elijah Fed by Ravens

  • Lesson 2: 1 Kings 17:8-16
         The Widow at Zarephath

  • Lesson 3: 1 Kings 17:17-24
         Elijah Raises the Widow’s Son

  • Lesson 4: 1 Kings 18:1-19
         Obadiah Meets Elijah

  • Lesson 5: 1 Kings 18:20-29
         The Prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel

  • Lesson 6: 1 Kings 18:30-40
         Elijah and God on Mount Carmel

  • Lesson 7: 1 Kings 18:41-46
         Elijah Predicts Rain

  • Lesson 8: 1 Kings 19:1-8
         Elijah Flees from Jezebel

  • Lesson 9: 1 Kings 19:9-18
         Elijah at Horeb

  • Lesson 10: 1 Kings 19:19-21
         The Call of Elisha

  • Lesson 11: 1 Kings 21:1-29
         Ahab Covets Naboth’s Vineyard

  • Lesson 12: 2 Kings 1:1-18
         Elijah Confronts King Ahaziah

  • Lesson 13: 2 Chronicles 21:4-20
         Judgment During Jehoram’s Reign

  • Lesson 14: 2 Kings 2:1-14
         Elijah Taken to Heaven

  • Lesson 15: 2 Kings 2:15-18
         Elisha Suceeds Elijah

  • Lesson 16: 2 Kings 9:30-37 / 3:11-12
         The Death of Jezebel

  • Lesson 17: Malachi 4:1-6 / Luke 1:8-17
         Elijah Comes Before the Day of the Lord / The Birth of John the Baptist Foretold

  • Lesson 18: John 1:19-28
         The Testimony of John the Baptist

  • Lesson 19: Luke 4:16-30
         Jesus’ Public Ministry

  • Lesson 20: Matthew 11:1-15
         Jesus’ Tribute to John the Baptist

  • Lesson 21: Luke 9:7-9 / Mark 6:14-16
         Herod Hears Rumors about Jesus

  • Lesson 22: Mark 8:27-30 / Matthew 16:13-20 / Luke 9:18-21
         Rumors about Jesus and Peter’s Confession

  • Lesson 23: Mark 9:2-13 / Matthew 17:1-13 / Luke 9:18-21
         The Transfiguration

  • Lesson 24: Mark 15:33-37 / Matthew 27:45-50
         Jesus’ Dying Breath

  • Lesson 25: Romans 11:1-6 / James 5:13-18
         God has Not Rejected Israel / James Gives Encouragement to Fellow Believers

The Elijah Study is a great study if you want a closer look at the life and impact of this famous Bible character.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Esther Study

The story of Esther is not only about the young Jewish girl who would become queen of the Persian Empire, but it is really about how God works behind the scenes to connect seemingly coincidental events into working for His people. When trouble comes at God’s people, He is never surprised and He has been setting a plan in motion “for such a time as this”.

In this character study, we read through the book of Esther and focus in on the events that happen during her rise to the throne, and the reason God placed her in this position of importance.

What’s included . . .

This study focuses in on the book/story of Esther, and it divides this narrative into a series of logically divided lessons.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Esther 1:1-9
         The King’s Banquet

  • Lesson 2: Esther 1:10-22
         Queen Vashti’s Refusal

  • Lesson 3: Esther 2:1-14
         Esther Finds Favor

  • Lesson 4: Esther 2:15-20
         Esther Becomes Queen

  • Lesson 5: Esther 2:21-23
         Mordecai Saves the King

  • Lesson 6: Esther 3:1-15
         Haman’s Plot Against the Jews

  • Lesson 7: Esther 4:1-17
         Mordecai Asks Esther for Help

  • Lesson 8: Esther 5:1-8
         Esther Plans A Banquet

  • Lesson 9: Esther 5:9-14
         Haman’s Pride and Plot

  • Lesson 10: Esther 6:1-14
         Haman Forced to Honor Mordecai

  • Lesson 11: Esther 7:1-10
         The King Executes Haman

  • Lesson 12: Esther 8:1-17
         The King Issues a Decree to Help the Jews

  • Lesson 13: Esther 9:1-19
         The Jews’ Victory

  • Lesson 14: Esther 9:20-32
         The Feast of Purim Established

  • Lesson 15: Esther 10:1-3
         Mordecai’s Greatness

The Esther Study is perfect if you want a shorter study that unpacks this famous Bible character.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how God shows up in the seemingly unrelated events that shape the story of Esther.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Ezra/Nehemiah Study

The books of Ezra and Nehemiah together cover one of the most significant periods in Jewish history: the rebuilding and restoration of Jerusalem following the exile. Both Ezra and Nehemiah play key roles in this time period and their combined leadership helped keep the Jews who returned focused on what matters most -- following God’s will.

In this study, read through the books of Ezra and Nehemiah, and learn how God moved in a powerful way during this time period. (This study works great with the Haggai and Zechariah character studies.)

What’s included . . .

This study begins by giving the history behind the decree allowing the Jews to return, and then it moves into the challenges the people faced with rebuilding the temple, and ultimately rebuilding Jerusalem’s walls.

Throughout their journey as a nation, the Jews who returned encounter trials of faith and resolve to keep God first through the leadership of both Ezra and Nehemiah.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: 2 Chronicles 36:22-23 / Ezra 1:1-11
         King Cyrus’ Proclamation

  • Lesson 2: Ezra 2:1-70
         Jewish Exiles Who Returned With Zerubbabel

  • Lesson 3: Ezra 3:1-7
         The Alter is Rebuilt and Sacrifices are Restored

  • Lesson 4: Ezra 3:8-13
         The Temple Rebuilding Begins

  • Lesson 5: Ezra 4:1-5
         Enemies Oppose the Rebuilding

  • Lesson 6: Ezra 4:6-24
         The Temple Rebuilding Stops

  • Lesson 7: Ezra 5:1-17
         The Temple Rebuilding Resumed

  • Lesson 8: Ezra 6:1-14a
         Darius Approves the Rebuilding

  • Lesson 9: Ezra 6:14b-18
         The Temple is Dedicated

  • Lesson 10: Ezra 6:19-22
         The Passover is Celebrated

  • Lesson 11: Ezra 7:1-10
         Ezra Travels to Jerusalem

  • Lesson 12: Ezra 7:11-26
         The King’s Letter to Ezra

  • Lesson 13: Ezra 7:27-28
         Ezra Praises God and the Completion of the Temple

  • Lesson 14: Ezra 8:1-14
         Jewish Exiles Who Returned with Ezra

  • Lesson 15: Ezra 8:15-36
         Ezra Travels to Jerusalem

  • Lesson 16: Ezra 9:1-15
         Ezra’s Prayer Concerning Mixed Marriages

  • Lesson 17: Ezra 10:1-17
         The People Confess Their Sin

  • Lesson 18: Ezra 10:18-44
         Those Guilty of Marrying Pagan Women

  • Lesson 19: Nehemiah 1:1-11
         Nehemiah’s Prayer for the Exiles and Jerusalem

  • Lesson 20: Nehemiah 2:1-10
         Nehemiah’s Prayer is Answered

  • Lesson 21: Nehemiah 2:11-20
         Nehemiah Inspects Jerusalem’s Walls

  • Lesson 22: Nehemiah 3:1-32
         Rebuilding Jerusalem’s Wall

  • Lesson 23: Nehemiah 4:1-23
         Opposition From Israel’s Enemies

  • Lesson 24: Nehemiah 5:1-13
         Nehemiah Defends The Poor and Oppressed

  • Lesson 25: Nehemiah 6:1-9
         The Plot Against Nehemiah

  • Lesson 26: Nehemiah 6:10-14
         Another Plot Against Nehemiah

  • Lesson 27: Nehemiah 6:15-19
         The Wall of Jerusalem is Completed

  • Lesson 28: Nehemiah 7:1-4
         Nehemiah’s Brother Put in Charge of Jerusalem

  • Lesson 29: Nehemiah 7:5-73a
         Nehemiah Register’s the People

  • Lesson 30: Nehemiah 7:73b-8:12
         Ezra Reads the Law

  • Lesson 31: Nehemiah 8:13-18
         The Feast of Booths / Festival of Shelters is Restored

  • Lesson 32: Nehemiah 9:1-38
         The People Confess Their Sins

  • Lesson 33: Nehemiah 10:1-39
         The People Agree to Obey Nehemiah’s Covenant

  • Lesson 34: Nehemiah 11:1-36
         The People In Jerusalem

  • Lesson 35: Nehemiah 12:1-26
         A History of the Priests and Levites

  • Lesson 36: Nehemiah 12:27-30
         Dedicating Jerusalem’s New Wall

  • Lesson 37: Nehemiah 12:31-13:3
         Procedures For the New Temple

  • Lesson 38: Nehemiah 13:4-14
         Tobiah Expelled From the Temple and Tithing Is Restored

  • Lesson 39: Nehemiah 13:15-22
         Nehemiah Restores Sabbath Rest in Judah

  • Lesson 40: Nehemiah 13:23-31
         Nehemiah Forbids Mixed Marriages

The Ezra/Nehemiah Study is perfect if you want a closer look at the rebuilding of a nation following the Exile. Through many of the prophets, God had promised restoration following the exile, and in this study, experience how that restoration happened.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Habakkuk Study

Very little is known about the prophet Habakkuk. His name means “embrace,” or “ardent embrace.” However, while Habakkuk is not referenced anywhere else in the Old Testament, what we can learn from his interaction with God is powerful.

In this character study, read through the book of Habakkuk and discover more about God’s character through faith’s tough questions.

What’s included . . .

This study focuses entirely on the book of Habakkuk.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Habakkuk 1:1-4
         Habakkuk’s Complaint to God

  • Lesson 2: Habakkuk 1:5-11
         God’s Response

  • Lesson 3: Habakkuk 1:12-2:1
         Habakkuk’s Second Complaint

  • Lesson 4: Habakkuk 2:2-5
         God’s Second Reply

  • Lesson 5: Habakkuk 2:6-8
         Those who Taunt God

  • Lesson 6: Habakkuk 2:9-11
         Warning to Those Who Profit from Evil

  • Lesson 7: Habakkuk 2:12-14
         Warning to Those Who Profit from Violence

  • Lesson 8: Habakkuk 2:15-17
         Warning to Those Who Take Advantage of Others

  • Lesson 9: Habakkuk 2:18-20
         Warning to Those Who Place Idols Before God

  • Lesson 10: Habakkuk 3:1-7
         Habakkuk’s Prayer

  • Lesson 11: Habakkuk 3:8-15
         God Directs the Heavens and the Earth to Help His People

  • Lesson 12: Habakkuk 3:16-19
         The Lesson Habakkuk Learned

The Habakkuk Study is perfect if you want a short study that covers some of faith’s tough questions.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relatable Habakkuk’s message and questions are for us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Haggai Study

While being one of the shortest books in the Old Testament, Haggai’s teaching is not at all insignificant. In his writing, Haggai calls the Jews to wake up and reprioritize God in their lives in order to receive God’s promised blessing.

In this character study, read through the book of Haggai, and discover how his message helped to wake up a spiritually sleeping nation.

What’s included . . .

This study opens by giving context to when Haggai ministered in Jewish history before then moving through the book that bears his name. We conclude by looking at the results of his and Zechariah’s teaching.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Ezra 4:24-5:2
         Haggai and Zechariah Support Rebuilding the Temple

  • Lesson 2: Haggai 1:1-4
         God’s Challenging Question

  • Lesson 3: Haggai 1:5-6
         The People Are Poor and Hungry

  • Lesson 4: Haggai 1:7-11
         God is Behind the Drought

  • Lesson 5: Haggai 1:12-15
         The People Respond and Obey

  • Lesson 6: Haggai 2:1-5
         God Gives Encouragement to His People

  • Lesson 7: Haggai 2:6-9
         The Promise of Glory and Peace

  • Lesson 8: Haggai 2:10-14
         The Spread of Sin

  • Lesson 9: Haggai 2:15-17
         Poor Harvests Because of Disobedience

  • Lesson 10: Haggai 2:18-19
         God Promises Blessing During the Temple Rebuilding

  • Lesson 11: Haggai 2:20-23
         Judging the Nations

  • Lesson 12: Ezra 6:13-15
         The Temple Rebuilding is Finished

The Haggai Study is perfect if you want a short study that gives encouragement when obeying God is difficult or when you are struggling with a tough “God” decision in your life.

However, don’t confuse short with irrelevant! You may be surprised with just how practical Haggai’s message is for us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Hosea Study

God called the prophet Hosea to live an example of His love for His people. This included marrying someone who was unfaithful and who did not stay faithful throughout their marriage and how this symbolizes God’s love and relationship with His people.

But the book of Hosea includes more than a story. This book is a call to return to a loving God who desires the best for His children.

In this character study, read through the book of Hosea, and all the other places he is mentioned in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Hosea, before turning and looking at the only other place he is mentioned -- by Paul in his letter to the Romans.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Hosea 1:1-9
         Hosea’s Wife and Children

  • Lesson 2: Hosea 1:10-11
         Israel’s Multitude

  • Lesson 3: Hosea 2:1-13
         Israel’s Unfaithfulness Condemned

  • Lesson 4: Hosea 2:14-23
         God’s Love for Israel

  • Lesson 5: Hosea 3:1-5
         Hosea’s Second Symbolic Marriage

  • Lesson 6: Hosea 4:1-10
         God’s Case Against Israel

  • Lesson 7: Hosea 4:11-19
         Wine and Idolatry in Israel

  • Lesson 8: Hosea 5:1-7
         The People’s Deeds Won’t Allow Them To Return

  • Lesson 9: Hosea 5:8-15
         The Failure of Israel’s Leaders

  • Lesson 10: Hosea 6:1-11
         The People’s Response to God’s Rebuke

  • Lesson 11: Hosea 7:1-7
         Ephraim’s Wickedness

  • Lesson 12: Hosea 7:8-16
         Ephraim is Torn

  • Lesson 13: Hosea 8:1-7
         Living Apart from God

  • Lesson 14: Hosea 8:8-14
         Israel has Forgotten God

  • Lesson 15: Hosea 9:1-9
         The Days of Punishment Have Come

  • Lesson 16: Hosea 9:10-17
         Ephraim Punished

  • Lesson 17: Hosea 10:1-10
         Judgment for Israel’s Sin

  • Lesson 18: Hosea 10:11-15
         God Challenges the People

  • Lesson 19: Hosea 11:1-7
         God Raised Israel

  • Lesson 20: Hosea 11:8-11
         God Yearns Over His People

  • Lesson 21: Hosea 11:12-12:14
         Charges Against Israel and Judah

  • Lesson 22: Hosea 13:1-8
         Ephraim’s Idolatry

  • Lesson 23: Hosea 13:9-16
         God Holds His People Guilty

  • Lesson 24: Hosea 14:1-9
         Israel’s Future Blessing

  • Lesson 25: Romans 9:19-26
         God’s Love and Patience

The Hosea Study is perfect if you want a relatively short study that unpacks this Bible character’s life and teaching.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised to find just how loving and compassionate the Old Testament God is through the ministry of this prophet. Because God never changes, we can hold onto the promises of God’s love as still relevant for us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Job Study

Job’s story is one of following God in the face of personal suffering. Job’s story sheds light on the tough question, "Where is God when people suffer?" Through his life and trials, Job remains faithful to God even though in the moment this decision does not feel pleasant.

In this character study, read through the book of Job to learn about his life and trials, and then finish off by looking at all the other places he is mentioned in the Bible, and the reputation he gained through his loyalty and faith.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Job, before turning and looking at the other places he is mentioned.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Job 1:1-5
         Prologue/Introduction

  • Lesson 2: Job 1:6-12
         Satan’s First Accusation

  • Lesson 3: Job 1:13-22
         Job’s Faith During Loss

  • Lesson 4: Job 2:1-10
         Satan’s Second Accusation and Job’s Resolve

  • Lesson 5: Job 2:11-13
         Job’s Three Friends Come to Help

  • Lesson 6: Job 3:1-26
         Job’s Opening Statement

  • Lesson 7: Job 4:1-21
         Eliphaz: The Innocent Do Not Suffer

  • Lesson 8: Job 5:1-27
         God is Just

  • Lesson 9: Job 6:1-30
         Job’s Friends Are No Help

  • Lesson 10: Job 7:1-21
         Job’s Life Seems Futile/Meaningless

  • Lesson 11: Job 8:1-22
         Bildad Says God Rewards the Good

  • Lesson 12: Job 9:1-35
         Job Wants A Mediator

  • Lesson 13: Job 10:1-22
         Job Frames His Plea to God

  • Lesson 14: Job 11:1-20
         Zophar Rebukes Job

  • Lesson 15: Job 12:1-12
         Job Responds to His Accusers

  • Lesson 16: Job 12:13-25
         Job Speaks of God’s Power and Wisdom

  • Lesson 17: Job 13:1-12
         Job’s Friends Comfort is Useless

  • Lesson 18: Job 13:13-19
         Job Remains Loyal to God

  • Lesson 19: Job 13:20-28
         Job Asks For a Reason

  • Lesson 20: Job 14:1-22
         Job Speaks of Death

  • Lesson 21: Job 15:1-16
         Eliphaz Challenges Job

  • Lesson 22: Job 15:17-35
         Eliphaz’s Observation of Life

  • Lesson 23: Job 16:1-5
         Job's Friends are Poor Comforters

  • Lesson 24: Job 16:6-22
         Job Says God Shattered Him

  • Lesson 25: Job 17:1-16
         Job Continues to Defend His Innocence

  • Lesson 26: Job 18:1-21
         Bildad Speaks of the Wicked

  • Lesson 27: Job 19:1-6
         Job Feels Insulted

  • Lesson 28: Job 19:7-22
         Everything Is Against Him

  • Lesson 29: Job 19:23-29
         Job Says His Redeemer Lives

  • Lesson 30: Job 20:1-29
         Zophar Responds to Job

  • Lesson 31: Job 21:1-34
         Job Says God Will Deal With the Wicked

  • Lesson 32: Job 22:1-30
         Eliphaz Accuses and Exhorts Job

  • Lesson 33: Job 23:1-17
         Job Longs For God

  • Lesson 34: Job 24:1-25
         Job Wonders Why God Ignores Sin

  • Lesson 35: Job 25:1-6
         Bildad Responds To Job

  • Lesson 36: Job 26:1-14
         Job Rebukes Bildad and Glorifies God

  • Lesson 37: Job 27:1-6
         Job Affirms His Righteousness

  • Lesson 38: Job 27:7-23
         The State of the Godless

  • Lesson 39: Job 28:1-11
         Job Speaks of Earth’s Treasures

  • Lesson 40: Job 28:12-28
         The Search For Wisdom

  • Lesson 41: Job 29:1-25
         Job Remembers His Past

  • Lesson 42: Job 30:1-31
         Job Acknowledges His Present Circumstances

  • Lesson 43: Job 31:1-40
         Job Asserts His Integrity

  • Lesson 44: Job 32:1-22
         Elihu Speaks Out In Frustration

  • Lesson 45: Job 33:1-33
         Elihu Challenges Job

  • Lesson 46: Job 34:1-37
         Elihu Accuses Job of Arrogance

  • Lesson 47: Job 35:1-16
         Elihu Speaks out Against Job

  • Lesson 48: Job 36:1-21
         Elihu Reminds Job of God’s Justice and Judgment

  • Lesson 49: Job 36:22-33
         Elihu Reminds Job of God’s Greatness

  • Lesson 50: Job 37:1-24
         Elihu Reminds Job of God’s Power

  • Lesson 51: Job 38:1-11
         God Responds to Job

  • Lesson 52: Job 38:12-38
         God’s Power Over the Earth

  • Lesson 53: Job 38:39-39:30
         God’s Power over Nature

  • Lesson 54: Job 40:1-5
         Job’s Response

  • Lesson 55: Job 40:6-14
         God Questions Job

  • Lesson 56: Job 40:15-41:34
         God’s Power Revealed in His Creation

  • Lesson 57: Job 42:1-6
         Job’s Confession

  • Lesson 58: Job 42:7-17
         God Restores Job’s Fortune

  • Lesson 59: Ezekiel 14:12-20
         Job is Among the Righteous

  • Lesson 60: James 5:7-11
         Job’s Endurance and God’s Compassion

The Job Study is perfect if you want a study that unpacks this Bible character and/or if you have faced challenges to your faith.

Job’s life and his testimony are an example that can inspire us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Joel Study

Very little is known about the prophet Joel, and there is no plausible connection between him and the other people who carry the same name. However, while the prophet is not well known, the prophecy is very important.

Through Joel’s writing, we learn that while judgment is coming, restoration comes following repentance. The judgment that is promised he calls “the day of the LORD”.

In this character study, read through the book of Joel, and all the only other place he is mentioned in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Joel, before turning and looking at the one other place he is mentioned.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Joel 1:1-7
         The Devastation of the Locust Army

  • Lesson 2: Joel 1:8-12
         Everything Turns Bad

  • Lesson 3: Joel 1:13-20
         Starvation and Drought

  • Lesson 4: Joel 2:1-11
         The Day of the Lord is Coming

  • Lesson 5: Joel 2:12-17
         A Call to Repentance

  • Lesson 6: Joel 2:18-27
         God Promises Deliverance

  • Lesson 7: Joel 2:28-29
         God Promises His Spirit

  • Lesson 8: Joel 2:30-32
         The Day of the LORD

  • Lesson 9: Joel 3:1-8
         God Defends His People

  • Lesson 10: Joel 3:9-16
         Judging the Nations

  • Lesson 11: Joel 3:17-21
         Blessings for God’s People

  • Lesson 12: Acts 2:1-24 / Joel 2:28-32
         God’s Spirit Comes to Jesus’ Disciples

The Joel Study may be short, but it is perfect if you want a concise study that unpacks the Bible’ teaching on God’s judgment and His promised restoration.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relevant Joel’s message is for us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Jonah Study

Jonah’s book is different from other prophetic books in the Bible. Instead of focusing in on all the prophecies the author received, Jonah’s story contains one single prophetic mission, and it was a mission that would become symbolic in ways Jonah could not have even imagined. By choosing to run from God’s mission for his life, Jonah opens the door for one of the most amazing stories about how God can turn peoples’ lives around.

In this character study, read through the book of Jonah, and all the other places he is mentioned in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Jonah, before turning and looking at the other places he is mentioned.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Jonah 1:1-3
         Jonah’s Call to Nineveh

  • Lesson 2: Jonah 1:4-6
         The Great Storm

  • Lesson 3: Jonah 1:7-9
         Jonah’s Disobedience Exposed

  • Lesson 4: Jonah 1:10-13
         Jonah Asks To Die

  • Lesson 5: Jonah 1:14-16
         Jonah Thrown Into the Sea

  • Lesson 6: Jonah 1:17-2:10
         Jonah’s Prayer in the Great Fish

  • Lesson 7: Jonah 3:1-4
         Jonah’s Second Call

  • Lesson 8: Jonah 3:5-9
         Nineveh Repents

  • Lesson 9: Jonah 3:10-4:4
         Jonah’s Anger Towards God

  • Lesson 10: Jonah 4:5-11
         God’s Response to Job

  • Lesson 11: 2 Kings 14:23-27
         Amaziah Becomes King of Israel

  • Lesson 12: Matthew 12:38-42 / Matthew 16:1-4 / Luke 11:29-32
         Demanding Jesus for a Sign

The Jonah Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks this Bible character.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relevant Jonah’s life and message is for us today -- especially if we are thinking about running from God.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Malachi Study

Malachi could be viewed not only as one of God’s prophets, but as “God’s messenger”. The name Malachi means “My Messenger” and the message Malachi shares with the God’s people living in Jerusalem after is one that challenges them past a surface level of faith into a life-transforming obedience to God’s way of life.

In this character study, read through the book of Malachi and discover how we are all called to live a life beyond surface, shallow religion.

What’s included . . .

This study moves through the book of Malachi, and each lesson unpacks a truth/theme that God is challenging His people with.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Malachi 1:1-5
         God’s Love for Israel/Jacob

  • Lesson 2: Malachi 1:6-14
         The Sins of the Priests

  • Lesson 3: Malachi 2:1-9
         A Warning for the Priests

  • Lesson 4: Malachi 2:10-12
         Sin Among God’s Family

  • Lesson 5: Malachi 2:13-17
         God Speaks Out Against Divorce

  • Lesson 6: Malachi 3:1-4
         The Promise of a Messenger

  • Lesson 7: Malachi 3:5-6
         God’s Coming Judgment

  • Lesson 8: Malachi 3:7-12
         The People Have Been Robbing God

  • Lesson 9: Malachi 3:13-15
         The People are Tired of Serving God

  • Lesson 10: Malachi 3:16-18
         The Book of Remembrance

  • Lesson 11: Malachi 4:1-3
         The Lives of The Righteous

  • Lesson 12: Malachi 4:4-6
         Remember the Law and the Promise of Elijah

The Malachi Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks this Bible character and his teaching.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relevant Malachi’s message is for us living today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Micah Study

Not much is known about the prophet Micah except from what is learned from how his book opens. He lived in a small town, most likely in the southern part of Judah, and he lived and prophesied shortly before both Israel and Judah were conquered and send into exile. However, while Micah had a lot of bad news to share, he also shares glimpses of hope for what lay past God’s judgment.

In this character study, read through the book of Micah, and all the other places he is mentioned in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study moves through the book of Micah, and it pulls in the only other reference to Micah’s ministry that the Bible includes.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Micah 1:1-16
         Judgment against Israel and Judah

  • Lesson 2: Micah 2:1-5
         Judgment Against Wealthy Oppressors

  • Lesson 3: Micah 2:6-11
         True and False Prophets

  • Lesson 4: Micah 2:12-13
         Hope for Restoration

  • Lesson 5: Micah 3:1-12 / Jeremiah 26:17-19
         Judgment Against Israel’s Leaders

  • Lesson 6: Micah 4:1-5
         God’s Future Reign

  • Lesson 7: Micah 4:6-13
         Israel’s Return from Exile

  • Lesson 8: Micah 5:1-6
         A Ruler Born in Bethlehem

  • Lesson 9: Micah 5:7-15
         The Remnant Purified

  • Lesson 10: Micah 6:1-5
         God’s Case Against Israel

  • Lesson 11: Micah 6:6-8
         What God Requires of Us

  • Lesson 12: Micah 6:9-16
         Israel’s Guilt and Punishment

  • Lesson 13: Micah 7:1-6
         Micah Acknowledges Israel’s Evil

  • Lesson 14: Micah 7:7-13
         God is the Source of Salvation and Light

  • Lesson 15: Micah 7:14-20
         God's Compassion on Israel

The Micah Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks this Bible character and his message for God’s people.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relevant Micah’s message is for us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Nahum Study

Like a number of the other prophets during this time period, not much is known about Nahum beyond what is included in his prophetic book. The book carries with it the theme that God is just, slow-to-anger, but there will be a time when He sets things right.

In this character study, read through the book of Nahum, and the one other surprising place his name appears in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Nahum, before turning and looking at the only other place someone named Nahum is mentioned.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Nahum 1:1-6
         God is Slow to Anger

  • Lesson 2: Nahum 1:7-8
         God is Close to Those Who Trust Him

  • Lesson 3: Nahum 1:9-13
         God’s Enemies Are No Match For Him

  • Lesson 4: Nahum 1:14-15
         A Grave is Prepared for God’s Enemies

  • Lesson 5: Nahum 2:1-2
         God Will Restore His People

  • Lesson 6: Nahum 2:3-7
         The City is Attacked

  • Lesson 7: Nahum 2:8-10
         Ninevah is Looted and Plundered

  • Lesson 8: Nahum 2:11-13
         Ninevah’s Destruction Contrasted with Her Former Glory

  • Lesson 9: Nahum 3:1-7
         Ninevah’s Sins

  • Lesson 10: Nahum 3:8-14
         Ninevah’s Complete Ruin

  • Lesson 11: Nahum 3:15-19
         Ninevah’s Incurable Wound

  • Lesson 12: Luke 3:23-25
         Nahum in the Genealogy of Jesus

The Nahum Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks God’s justice and His mercy -- especially during the Old Testament time period.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relevant Nahum’s message about God is for us living today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Noah Study

As one of the most well known Bible characters, Noah is held up as an example of being faithfully obedient to God, and he lived this way in a time where the world was against him.

In this character study, read through the story of Noah, and all the other places he is mentioned in the Bible -- allowing you to see a clear picture of the reputation he left behind.

What’s included . . .

This study begins with Noah’s story before moving through the other places he is mentioned in the Old and New Testament.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Genesis 5:28-32 / 1 Chronicles 1:1-4 / Luke 3:36-38
         Noah’s Genealogy

  • Lesson 2: Genesis 6:1-8
         The Corruption of Mankind

  • Lesson 3: Genesis 6:9-22
         God Warns Noah of the Coming Flood

  • Lesson 4: Genesis 7:1-24
         The Flood Covers the Earth

  • Lesson 5: Genesis 8:1-22
         The Flood Recedes

  • Lesson 6: Genesis 9:1-7
         Be Fruitful and Multiply

  • Lesson 7: Genesis 9:8-17
         The Promise of the Rainbow

  • Lesson 8: Genesis 9:18-28
         Noah Gets Drunk

  • Lesson 9: Genesis 10:1-32
         Noah’s Descendants

  • Lesson 10: Isaiah 54:9-10
         God's Promise to Zion

  • Lesson 11: Ezekiel 14:12-23
         Noah Among the Righteous

  • Lesson 12: Matthew 24:36-51 / Luke 17:20-37
         The Parable of the Fig Tree / Be Ready for Jesus’ Return

  • Lesson 13: 1 Peter 3:13-22
         God’s Patience with Us

  • Lesson 14: 2 Peter 2:1-22
         The Rise of False Prophets

  • Lesson 15: Hebrews 11:7
         Noah Among the Heroes of Faith

The Noah Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks this Bible character.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how strong Noah’s character was, and how his reputation surpassed his failures/mistakes.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Obadiah Study

Almost nothing is known about the prophet Obadiah outside of his prophetic book, and his book is the shortest book in the Old Testament. For this study, since the name Obadiah was very common in the Old Testament time period, we take a look at a series of six different Obadiahs and focus in on how God can use you in whatever place you happen to be in right now.

In this character study, read through the book of Obadiah, and then conclude by looking at a number of other famous Obadiahs who are mentioned by name in the Bible.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Obadiah, before turning and looking at some other Obadiahs in the Bible.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Obadiah 1:1-4
         Edom Will Be Humbled

  • Lesson 2: Obadiah 1:5-7
         Edom's Allies Turn Against Them

  • Lesson 3: Obadiah 1:8-9
         The Wise Men of Edom Are Destroyed

  • Lesson 4: Obadiah 1:10-14
         Edom’s Crimes Against Israel

  • Lesson 5: Obadiah 1:15-18
         The Nations are Judged

  • Lesson 6: Obadiah 1:19-21
         God’s Kingdom Established

  • Lesson 7: 1 Kings 18:1-6
         Obadiah The Advisor

  • Lesson 8: 1 Kings 18:7-16
         Obadiah Delivers Elijah’s Message

  • Lesson 9: 1 Chronicles 7:1-5
         Obadiah the Clan Leader

  • Lesson 10: 1 Chronicles 12:8-18
         Obadiah the Warrior

  • Lesson 11: 2 Chronicles 17:3-9
         Obadiah the Teacher

  • Lesson 12: 2 Chronicles 34:8-13
         Obadiah the Levite Construction Foreman

The Obadiah Study is perfect if you want a short study that helps you understand how God can use you wherever you are at right now in your life.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just where an Obadiah might show up, and how each one helps us see how God moves behind the scenes.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Rahab Study

When most people think of Rahab, they think of the bold harlot who protected the Israelite spies in Jericho, but while this is the case, there are two other “Rahabs” mentioned in the Bible.

In this character study, learn about all three Rahabs, and what they can teach you living today.

What’s included . . .

This study begins by moving through the Old Testament passages related to the harlot Rahab, before then turning our focus onto the monster Rahab, then onto a pagan nation that is symbolically referred to as Rahab, and finally finishes with the New Testament references to Rahab.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Joshua 2:1-7
         Rahab Hides the Israelite Spies

  • Lesson 2: Joshua 2:8-24
         The Spies Promise to Rahab

  • Lesson 3: Joshua 6:1-27
         Joshua Conquers Jericho

  • Lesson 4: Job 9:1-20
         Rahab the Mythical Sea Monster

  • Lesson 5: Job 26:1-14
         Rahab is Shattered

  • Lesson 6: Psalm 89:1-18
         God Crushes Rahab

  • Lesson 7: Isaiah 30:1-7
         Egypt Nicknamed Rahab

  • Lesson 8: Isaiah 51:4-11
         Remembering God’s Deliverance

  • Lesson 9: Psalm 87:1-7
         Rahab/Egypt Listed Among the Nations

  • Lesson 10: Matthew 1:1-11
         Rahab in Jesus’ Genealogy

  • Lesson 11: Hebrews 11:30-31
         Rahab Among the Faithful

  • Lesson 12: James 2:14-26
         Rahab’s Faith Made Visible

The Rahab Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks the three Rahabs in the Bible.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with what you can learn from each place a Rahab is mentioned.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Ruth Study

The story of Ruth begins with death and struggle, but it ends with a clear picture of God moving when we choose to place Him ahead of our past. While the story bears the name of Ruth, it is also a story that focuses in on God and how He cares for and restores those who are hurting.

In this character study, we read through the book of Ruth and focus on what happens when she returns with Naomi to Israel, and the ultimate outcome of these decisions generations later.

What’s included . . .

This study focuses in on the book/story of Ruth, and it divides this narrative into a series of logically divided lessons, before then jumping forward to a surprising place Ruth is mentioned in the New Testament.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Ruth 1:1-5
         Naomi Emptied/Widowed

  • Lesson 2: Ruth 1:6-13
         Naomi Decides to Return to Israel

  • Lesson 3: Ruth 1:14-18
         Ruth Stays with Naomi

  • Lesson 4: Ruth 1:19-22
         Ruth and Naomi Return to Bethlehem

  • Lesson 5: Ruth 2:1-7
         Ruth Begins Work

  • Lesson 6: Ruth 2:8-16
         Boaz Shows Kindness to Ruth

  • Lesson 7: Ruth 2:17-23
         Ruth Returns to Naomi

  • Lesson 8: Ruth 3:1-5
         Naomi Instructs Ruth

  • Lesson 9: Ruth 3:6-15
         Ruth Surprises Boaz at Night

  • Lesson 10: Ruth 3:16-18
         Ruth Returns to Naomi

  • Lesson 11: Ruth 4:1-8
         Boaz Confronts the Kinsman

  • Lesson 12: Ruth 4:9-12
         Boaz Announces His Marriage to Ruth

  • Lesson 13: Ruth 4:13-17
         Naomi Filled

  • Lesson 14: Ruth 4:18-22
         Boaz and Ruth Have Children

  • Lesson 15: Matthew 1:1-11
         Ruth in the Genealogy of Jesus

The Ruth Study is perfect if you want a shorter study that unpacks this famous Bible character.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how God shows up when Ruth chooses to place Him first.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Zechariah Study

Similar to some other well known prophets, the prophet Zechariah was a priest. He was born outside of Israel, possibly during the later stages of the exile, and was one of those who returned to live in Judah. While the prophet Zechariah began ministering alongside Haggai, his ministry continued much longer, and the book the bears his name concludes with some powerful prophecies about the coming Messiah.

However, there are two other famous Zechariahs in the Bible, and in this character study, after we read through the book by the prophet Zechariah, we turn our attention to these other two famous Biblical characters.

What’s included . . .

This study first moves through the book of Zechariah, before turning and looking at the the two other famous Zechariahs mentioned in the Bible.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Ezra 4:24-5:2
         Zechariah Receives a Message from God

  • Lesson 2: Zechariah 1:1-6
         A Call to Repent

  • Lesson 3: Zechariah 1:7-17
         A Man Among the Myrtle Trees

  • Lesson 4: Zechariah 1:18-21
         Four Horns and Four Blacksmiths

  • Lesson 5: Zechariah 2:1-5
         Future Prosperity of Jerusalem

  • Lesson 6: Zechariah 2:6-13
         The Exiles Are Called Home

  • Lesson 7: Zechariah 3:1-7
         Joshua the High Priest

  • Lesson 8: Zechariah 3:8-10
         The Branch

  • Lesson 9: Zechariah 4:1-7
         The Golden Lampstand and Olive Trees

  • Lesson 10: Zechariah 4:8-14
         The Golden Lampstand and Olive Trees Explained

  • Lesson 11: Zechariah 5:1-4
         A Flying Scroll

  • Lesson 12: Zechariah 5:5-11
         A Woman in a Basket

  • Lesson 13: Zechariah 6:1-8
         Four Chariots

  • Lesson 14: Zechariah 6:9-15
         Crowning the High Priest

  • Lesson 15: Zechariah 7:1-7
         God’s Challenge to His People

  • Lesson 16: Zechariah 7:8-14
         A Call to Justice and Mercy

  • Lesson 17: Zechariah 8:1-17
         God Returns to Zion

  • Lesson 18: Zechariah 8:18-23
         The People Seek God

  • Lesson 19: Zechariah 9:1-8
         Judgment Against Israel’s Enemies

  • Lesson 20: Zechariah 9:9-17
         Zion’s Coming King

  • Lesson 21: Zechariah 10:1-11:3
         God Will Restore His People

  • Lesson 22: Zechariah 11:4-17
         The Good and Evil Shepherds

  • Lesson 23: Zechariah 12:1-14
         Future Deliverance for Jerusalem

  • Lesson 24: Zechariah 13:1-6
         A Fountain of Cleansing

  • Lesson 25: Zechariah 13:7-9
         The Scattering of the Sheep

  • Lesson 26: Zechariah 14:1-8
         God Will Fight For Jerusalem

  • Lesson 27: Zechariah 14:9-21
         God Will Be King

  • Lesson 28: Ezra 6:14-15
         The Temple Is Finished

  • Lesson 29: 2 Chronicles 24:20-22 / Matthew 23:29-36 / Luke 11:46-52
         A Different Zechariah is Murdered

  • Lesson 30: Luke 1:5-25, 67-79
         John’s Father is Zechariah

The Zechariah Study is perfect if you want a study that unpacks these three famous Bible characters.

You may be surprised how all three Zechariahs lead up to something significant in Jesus’ ministry.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

The Zephaniah Study

As the book of Zephaniah opens, we learn that he is the fourth-generation descendant of Hezekiah, one of the more notable kings in Judah’s history. This means that this prophet had royal background and was likely more aware of courtroom details. He is also likely very familiar with many of the other prominent Old Testament prophets and writers, which all combine to make his short prophetic book extra significant.

In this character study, read through the book of Zephaniah, and discover what he has to say about God’s judgment and His promised restoration.

What’s included . . .

This study moves through the book of Zephaniah, and it pays special attention to God’s judgment and His future restoration.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Zephaniah 1:1-3
         God Pronounces Judgment

  • Lesson 2: Zephaniah 1:4-9
         Judgment on Idolaters in Judah

  • Lesson 3: Zephaniah 1:10-13
         Weeping Throughout Jerusalem

  • Lesson 4: Zephaniah 1:14-18
         The Day of the Lord’s Wrath

  • Lesson 5: Zephaniah 2:1-3
         Call to Repentance

  • Lesson 6: Zephaniah 2:4-7
         Judgment on Philistia

  • Lesson 7: Zephaniah 2:8-11
         Judgment on Moab and Ammon

  • Lesson 8: Zephaniah 2:12-15
         Judgment on Ethiopia and Assyria

  • Lesson 9: Zephaniah 3:1-5
         Judgment on Jerusalem

  • Lesson 10: Zephaniah 3:6-8
         Jerusalem’s Refusal to Repent

  • Lesson 11: Zephaniah 3:9-13
         God Purifies the Nations and the Remnant is Restored

  • Lesson 12: Zephaniah 3:14-20
         God Lives Among His People

The Zephaniah Study is perfect if you want a short study that unpacks what this Bible character had to say to the culture he lived in.

However, don’t confuse short with weak! You may be surprised with just how relevant Zephaniah’s message is for us today.

Ready to begin? Let’s start our journey today!

Word/Topic Study Packages

The Bible studies in this category cover all the times a specific word or phrase has been used in the Bible. These studies are great for those who want to know all that the Bible says about a specific topic.

Discovering God’s Kingdom

Have you ever wondered what Jesus had to say about His Father’s Kingdom? In this adventure package, we look at ALL the passages and parables where Jesus (and His disciples) discuss the Kingdom of God, the Kingdom of Heaven, and God’s Kingdom!

What’s included . . .

In this study, read through every passage that discusses “God’s Kingdom”, “the Kingdom of Heaven”, and “the Kingdom of God”. Here are the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Matthew 3:1-3 / Matthew 4:12-17 / Mark 1:14-15 / Luke 4:42-44 / Luke 8:1-3 / Matthew 10:5-8 / Luke 9:1-2 / Luke 9:10-11 / Luke 9:57-62 / Luke 10:1-12
         Preaching about the Kingdom of Heaven Coming

  • Lesson 2: John 3:1-8
         Jesus Meets with Nicodemus

  • Lesson 3: Matthew 5:1-20 / Luke 6:20-26
         The Sermon on the Mount

  • Lesson 4: Matthew 7:15-23
         The Tree and It's Fruit

  • Lesson 5: Matthew 8:5-13
         The Centurion's Faith

  • Lesson 6: Matthew 11:7-19 / Luke 7:24-30
         Jesus’ Tribute to John

  • Lesson 7: Matthew 12:22-29 / Luke 11:14-23
         Jesus Heals a Demon Possessed Man

  • Lesson 8: Matthew 13:10-17 / Mark 4:10-12 / Luke 8:9-10
         Why Jesus Spoke in Parables

  • Lesson 9: Matthew 13:24-52 / Mark 4:26-34 / Luke 13:18-21
         Some Parables about the Kingdom of Heaven

  • Lesson 10: Matthew 16:13-20 / Mark 9:1 / Luke 9:18-27 / Matthew 23:13
         Peter and the Keys to the Kingdom / The Pharisees and the Kingdom

  • Lesson 11: Matthew 18:1-11 / Mark 9:42-50
         Jesus Teaches about Rank in the Kingdom and Being a Stumbling Block to Others

  • Lesson 12: Matthew 18:21-35
         Jesus Teaches on Forgiveness

  • Lesson 13: Luke 14:7-15
         Parable of the Honored Guest at the Wedding Feast

  • Lesson 14: Luke 16:1-17
         Parable of the Dishonest Manager

  • Lesson 15: Luke 17:20-21
         The Kingdom of Heaven is in Our Midst

  • Lesson 16: Matthew 19:13-15 / Mark 10:13-16 / Luke 18:15-17
         Jesus Welcomes the Children

  • Lesson 17: Matthew 19:16-30 / Mark 10:17-31 / Luke 18:18-30 / Mark 12:28-34
         The Rich Young Ruler

  • Lesson 18: Matthew 20:1-16
         Parable of the Vineyard Workers

  • Lesson 19: Matthew 21:28-32
         Parable of Two Sons

  • Lesson 20: Matthew 21:33-46
         Parable of the Land Owner

  • Lesson 21: Matthew 22:1-14
         Parable of the Marriage Feast

  • Lesson 22: Matthew 25:1-13 / Luke 13:22-30
         Parable of the Ten Virgins / The Closed Door

  • Lesson 23: Luke 19:11-27 / Matthew 25:14-46
         Parable of the Talents and Talking about the Judgment

  • Lesson 24: Luke 21:5-36
         Talking About Signs of the End Times

  • Lesson 25: Mark 14:22-25 / Luke 22:14-20 / Matthew 26:26-29
         The Lord's Supper

  • Lesson 26: Mark 15:42-46 / Luke 23:50-54
         Jesus is Buried

  • Lesson 27: Acts 1:1-11
         Jesus’ Ascension

  • Lesson 28: Acts 8:4-24
         Simon the Magican

  • Lesson 29: Acts 14:21-23
         Paul and Barnabas Preaching

  • Lesson 30: Acts 19:1-10
         Paul Teaching in Ephesus

  • Lesson 31: Acts 28:23-31
         Paul Teaches at the Synagogue in Rome

  • Lesson 32: Romans 14:13-23
         Eating Clean/Unclean Food

  • Lesson 33: 1 Corinthians 4:14-21
         Paul Encourages/Challenges the Corinthians

  • Lesson 34: 1 Corinthians 6:1-11
         Paul Challenges the Believers about Lawsuits Between Each Other

  • Lesson 35: 1 Corinthians 15:50-57
         Immortality at the Second Coming

  • Lesson 36: Galatians 5:16-26
         The Fruits of the Spirit

  • Lesson 37: Ephesians 5:1-5
         Be Imitators of God

  • Lesson 38: Colossians 4:1-18
         Paul's Concluding Remarks

  • Lesson 39: 2 Thessalonians 1:1-12
         Thanksgiving for Faith and Perseverance

  • Lesson 40: Revelation 12:7-12
         The Dragon is Cast Down to the Earth

If 40 lessons seems like a lot, it will be done before you realize it. By just studying these lessons at the recommended rate of five lessons per week, this study would only take 8 weeks to complete (i.e. a little less than two months).

Let’s start your journey into uncovering what God says about His Kingdom today!

Seeing God’s Vision

You may have heard the verse “Where there is no vision, the people perish”, but the Bible has a lot more to say about “vision” than we might think! In this study package, we look at ALL the passages that include the word “vision” ranging from teaching, to prophetic visions, and even false visions.

What’s included . . .

In this study, read through every passage that discusses the word “vision”.

Note: This is a more in-depth word study — best saved for after you have completed another study package.

With that said, here are the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Numbers 12:1-9
         Introduction to Visions

  • Lesson 2: Proverbs 29:17-19
         Vision Proverb (In context)

  • Lesson 3: Exodus 38:8
         Mirrors and Vision

  • Lesson 4: 2 Chronicles 26:1-5 / Amos 1:1
         Uzziah and Zechariah Guidance

  • Lesson 5: Daniel 1:3-20
         Daniel’s Resolve and God’s Response

  • Lesson 6: Genesis 15:1-6
         Abraham Promised to be a Great Nation

  • Lesson 7: Genesis 46:1-4
         Jacob and His Family Move to Egypt

  • Lesson 8: Numbers 24:3-9, 15-19
         Balaam's Prophecies about Israel

  • Lesson 9: 1 Samuel 3:1-21
         Samuel’s First Vision

  • Lesson 10: 2 Samuel 7:8-17 / 1 Chronicles 17:7-15
         God’s Covenant with David

  • Lesson 11: 2 Chronicles 9:22-31 / 2 Chronicles 32:27-33
         The Leadership of Solomon and Hezekiah

  • Lesson 12: Job 4:12-21
         Eliphaz the Temanite’s Vision

  • Lesson 13: Job 7:11-21
         Job: Life Seems Futile

  • Lesson 14: Job 20:4-11
         Zophar the Naamathite: The Wicked Don’t Win for Long

  • Lesson 15: Job 33:13-18
         Elihu Claims to Speak for God

  • Lesson 16: Psalm 89:11-29
         A Psalm of Ethan the Ezrahite

  • Lesson 17: Hosea 12:1-14
         Jacob and Esau’s feud leading to Israel and Ephriam’s conflict

  • Lesson 18: Isaiah 1:1-4
         Isaiah’s First Vision

  • Lesson 19: Isaiah 21:1-10
         God Commands That Babylon Be Taken

  • Lesson 20: Isaiah 22:1-11
         The Valley of Vision

  • Lesson 21: Isaiah 28:1-13
         Ephraim’s Captivity Predicted

  • Lesson 22: Isaiah 28:16-22
         Judah is Warned (Visions and Pacts)

  • Lesson 23: Isaiah 29:1-16
         Jerusalem Is Warned

  • Lesson 24: Jeremiah 14:13-16 / 23:16-22
         Beware of False Prophets and Visions

  • Lesson 25: Lamentations 2:1-14
         God’s Anger over Israel

  • Lesson 26: Micah 3:5-12
         Micah’s Vision: Rulers Denounced

  • Lesson 27: Nahum 1:1-8
         Nahum’s Vision: God Is Awesome and Should Be Respected

  • Lesson 28: Habakkuk 2:2-5
         God Answers the Prophet

  • Lesson 29: Ezekiel 1:1-4
         Ezekiel’s First Vision

  • Lesson 30: Isaiah 30:6-11 / Ezekiel 7:10-27
         Vision of Punishment for the Wicked

  • Lesson 31: Ezekiel 8:1-18
         Vision of Abominations in Jerusalem

  • Lesson 32: Ezekiel 11:14-25
         Promise of Restoration

  • Lesson 33: Ezekiel 12:21-28
         Promise of Vision Fulfillment

  • Lesson 34: Ezekiel 13:1-23 / 21:28-32 / 22:23-31
         False Prophets Condemned

  • Lesson 35: Obadiah 1:1-4
         Obadiah’s Vision: Edom Will Be Humbled

  • Lesson 36: Ezekiel 40:1-4
         Vision of the Man with a Measuring Rod

  • Lesson 37: Ezekiel 43:1-12
         Vision of the Glory of God Filling the Temple

  • Lesson 38: Daniel 2:19, 27-28
         Daniel’s First Vision Interpretation

  • Lesson 39: Daniel 4:1-37
         Nebuchadnezzar’s Vision and Daniel’s Interpretation

  • Lesson 40: Daniel 7:1-28
         Daniel’s Vision of the Four Beasts

  • Lesson 41: Daniel 8:1-27
         Daniel’s Vision of the Ram and Goat

  • Lesson 42: Daniel 9:20-27
         Daniel’s Vision of 70 Weeks and the Messiah

  • Lesson 43: Daniel 10:1-21
         Daniel Is Terrified by a Vision

  • Lesson 44: Daniel 11:14
         Visions are Fulfilled in Their Proper TIme

  • Lesson 45: Zechariah 10:1-4; 13:2-6
         False Prophets Ashamed

  • Lesson 46: Luke 1:5-23
         Birth of John the Baptist Foretold

  • Lesson 47: Matthew 17:1-13
         Jesus’ Transfiguration

  • Lesson 48: Luke 24:13-35
         The Road to Emmaus

  • Lesson 49: Joel 2:28-32 / Acts 2:14-21
         Joel’s Prophecy and Peter’s Message of Fulfillment

  • Lesson 50: Acts 7:30-35
         Stephen’s Defense (Moses and the Burning Bush)

  • Lesson 51: Acts 9:10-19a
         Saul’s Conversion

  • Lesson 52: Acts 10:1-23
         Cornelius and Peter’s Visions

  • Lesson 53: Acts 11:1-18
         Peter Shares His Vision with those in Jerusalem

  • Lesson 54: Acts 12:6-17
         Peter Escapes Prison

  • Lesson 55: Acts 16:6-10
         God Directs Paul in a Vision

  • Lesson 56: Acts 18:5-11
         Paul at Corinth

  • Lesson 57: Acts 26:1-23
         Paul’s Defense before King Agrippa

  • Lesson 58: 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 / Colossians 2:18-19
         Paul’s Vision

  • Lesson 59: Revelation 4:1-4
         Vision of Heaven

  • Lesson 60: Revelation 9:13-21
         The Sixth Trumpet - Army from the East

If 60 lessons seems like a lot, you’ll finish it before too much time has passed. By just studying these lessons at the recommended rate of five lessons per week, this study would only take 12 weeks to complete (i.e. a little less than three months).

Let’s start your journey into uncovering what God says about “visions” and “His vision” today!

Day of Rest

One of the biggest themes of the Bible revolves around rest. In many cases it centers on the word and idea of “Sabbath”. In this package, we turn our focus onto the Sabbath and discover both what it meant for those in Bible times and what it means for us today.

What’s included . . .

In this study, dig into all the places where the word “Sabbath” is mentioned in the Bible, and, since the Sabbath is often tied closely to “the seventh day”, we bring in all the passages we found that use this phrase as well.

Also, to help this discussion be more comprehensive, we add every mention of “the first day of the week” and “the Lord’s Day” from the New Testament to help you discover what the Bible really says about rest, the Sabbath, the first day of the week, and the Lord’s Day.

With that said, here are the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Exodus 20:8-11 / Deuteronomy 5:12-15
         The Sabbath Commandment

  • Lesson 2: Genesis 2:2-3
         Concluding Creation Week

  • Lesson 3: Exodus 12:15-16 / Exodus 13:5-10 / Numbers 28:16-25 / Deuteronomy 16:1-8
         Celebrating the Passover

  • Lesson 4: Exodus 16:1-30
         Bread in the Desert Marks the Sabbath

  • Lesson 5: Exodus 24:12-18
         Moses on the Mountain

  • Lesson 6: Exodus 23:12 / Exodus 31:12-18 / Exodus 34:21 / Exodus 35:1-3
         Remembering the Sabbath

  • Lesson 7: Leviticus 13:1-8, 18-37, 47-59 / Leviticus 14:1-9,33-48
         Treating Leprosy in the Camp

  • Lesson 8: Leviticus 16:29-34
         An Annual Atonement

  • Lesson 9: Leviticus 19:1-4; 29-32
         Idolatry Forbidden

  • Lesson 10: Leviticus 23:1-44
         Laws of Religious Festivals

  • Lesson 11: Leviticus 24:1-9
         The Lamp and the Bread of the Sanctuary

  • Lesson 12: Leviticus 25:1-22
         The Sabbatic Year and Year of Jubilee

  • Lesson 13: Leviticus 26:1-13, 27-46
         Obedience Brings Rewards and Disobedience Brings Punishment

  • Lesson 14: Numbers 6:1-12
         The Vow of a Nazirite

  • Lesson 15: Numbers 7:10-11, 48-53
         Dedicating the Alter

  • Lesson 16: Numbers 15:32-41
         Sabbath-breaking Punished

  • Lesson 17: Numbers 19:11-22 / Numbers 31:19-24
         Sanitation Practices Around Dead Bodies

  • Lesson 18: Numbers 28:1-10
         Laws for Offerings

  • Lesson 19: Numbers 29:12-40
         Describing the Feast of Tabernacles

  • Lesson 20: Joshua 6:1-16
         Joshua and the Battle of Jericho

  • Lesson 21: Judges 14:1-20
         Samson’s Riddle

  • Lesson 22: 2 Samuel 12:15b-23
         David Loses a Child

  • Lesson 23: 1 Chronicles 9:28-32 / 1 Chronicles 23:24-32
         Roles and Responsibilities of the Levites

  • Lesson 24: 2 Chronicles 2:1-10 / 2 Chronicles 8:1-16
         Solomon’s Activities and Accomplishments

  • Lesson 25: 1 Kings 20:26-29
         Israel Defeats the Arameans

  • Lesson 26: 2 Kings 4:8-37
         The Shunammite Woman

  • Lesson 27: 2 Kings 11:1-21 / 2 Chronicles 23:1-21
         Athaliah Queen of Judah

  • Lesson 28: Amos 8:1-14
         Basket of Fruit and Israel’s Captivity

  • Lesson 29: 2 Kings 16:10-20
         King Ahaz’s Reign in Judah

  • Lesson 30: Isaiah 1:10-17
         God Has Had Enough

  • Lesson 31: 2 Chronicles 31:2-10
         Hezekiah’s Reforms

  • Lesson 32: Psalm 92:1-15
         A Psalm for the Sabbath Day

  • Lesson 33: Isaiah 56:1-8
         Rewards for Obedience to God

  • Lesson 34: Isaiah 58:13-14
         Keeping the Sabbath

  • Lesson 35: Isaiah 66:22-24
         Joy in Jerusalem’s Future

  • Lesson 36: Jeremiah 17:19-27
         The Sabbath Must Be Kept

  • Lesson 37: Ezekiel 20:1-26
         God’s Dealings with Israel

  • Lesson 38: Ezekiel 22:6-8, 23-31 / Ezekiel 23:36-39
         Sin and Its Consequences

  • Lesson 39: 2 Kings 25:8-12 / 2 Chronicles 36:15-21
         Jerusalem Burned and Plundered

  • Lesson 40: Lamentations 1:7 / Lamentations 2:5-7
         God’s Anger over Israel

  • Lesson 41: Ezekiel 44:15-27
         Ordinances for the Levites

  • Lesson 42: Ezekiel 45:13-17
         Portion for the Prince

  • Lesson 43: Ezekiel 46:1-12
         The Prince’s Offerings

  • Lesson 44: Esther 1:5-22
         King Ahasuerus’ Banquet

  • Lesson 45: Nehemiah 9:1-38
         The People Confess Their Sin

  • Lesson 46: Nehemiah 10:31-33
         Agreement to Obey God’s Law

  • Lesson 47: Nehemiah 13:15-22
         The Sabbath is Restored

  • Lesson 48: Mark 6:1-6 / Luke 4:16-30
         Jesus Teaching on the Sabbath in Nazareth

  • Lesson 49: Mark 1:21-28 / Luke 4:31-37
         Jesus Casts out an Evil Spirit on the Sabbath

  • Lesson 50: John 5:1-18
         Jesus Healing at the Pool of Bethesda

  • Lesson 51: John 7:14-24
         Jesus Preaches in the Temple

  • Lesson 52: John 9:1-34
         Jesus Heals A Man Born Blind

  • Lesson 53: Mark 2:23-28 / Matthew 12:1-8 / Luke 6:1-5 / Revelation 1:10
         Lord of the Sabbath and the Lord’s Day

  • Lesson 54: Mark 3:1-6 / Matthew 12:9-14 / Luke 6:6-11
         Healing on the Sabbath

  • Lesson 55: Luke 13:10-17 / Luke 14:1-6
         Healing on the Sabbath -- Woman Bent Over

  • Lesson 56: Matthew 24:15-28
         Warning of Perilous Times

  • Lesson 57: Mark 15:42-47 / Luke 23:50-56 / John 19:31-42
         Jesus is Burried

  • Lesson 58: Matthew 28:1-10 / Mark 16:1-11 / Luke 24:1-12 / John 20:1-10
         Jesus’ Resurrection

  • Lesson 59: John 20:19-31
         Jesus Appears to the Disciples

  • Lesson 60: Acts 1:1-5 / Acts 2:1-12
         The Holy Spirit Comes at Pentecost

  • Lesson 61: Acts 2:42-47 / Acts 20:6-7
         Paul Preaches in Troas on the First Day of the Week

  • Lesson 62: 1 Corinthians 16:1-4
         Saving Gifts for The Believers in Jerusalem

  • Lesson 63: Acts 1:12-14
         A Sabbath Day’s Journey

  • Lesson 64: Acts 13:13-52
         Paul Preaches in Antioch on the Sabbath

  • Lesson 65: Acts 15:13-21
         James Discusses Preaching Every Sabbath

  • Lesson 66: Acts 16:1-13
         Paul Preaches in Philippi on the Sabbath

  • Lesson 67: Acts 17:1-4
         Paul Preaches in Thessalonica for three Sabbaths

  • Lesson 68: Acts 18:1-11
         Paul Preaches in Corinth on the Sabbath

  • Lesson 69: Hosea 2:8-13 / Colossians 2:8-19 / Romans 14:4-13
         Israel’s Unfaithfulness Condemned / Christ Is Our Focus

  • Lesson 70: Hebrews 4:1-11
         A Sabbath-Rest is Promised for the People of God

Before thinking that this study will take a really long time, think again! Studying though this package at the recommended rate of only five (5) lessons per week, this study would take just 14 weeks to complete, though you could go faster and finish sooner. However, with this being a study on “rest”, we don’t recommend you giving up any sleep just to finish it sooner.

Let’s start your journey today and uncover what God says about His “day of rest”!

When God Scatters

When God scatters a group of people in the Bible, do you initially think this is to punish them? If so, in many cases you are correct, but what if there was another reason God scatters.

In this word study, uncover all the places where the word “scatter” is used and see for yourself what it means when God scatters.

What’s included . . .

In this study, dig into all the places where the word “scatter” (and some similar words) are used in the Bible.

Here is a list of the passages that each lesson covers, and a brief description of each:

  • Lesson 1: Genesis 9:18-27
         Noah’s Sons

  • Lesson 2: Genesis 10:1-32
         Descendants of Noah

  • Lesson 3: Genesis 11:1-9
         The Tower of Babel

  • Lesson 4: Genesis 49:5-7
         Simeon and Levi Scattered Among Israel

  • Lesson 5: Job 4:1-21
         Eliphaz: The Innocent Do Not Suffer

  • Lesson 6: Job 16:1-22
         Job Responds

  • Lesson 7: Job 18:1-21
         Bildad Speaks of the Wicked

  • Lesson 8: Job 37:1-24
         Elihu Says God Is Back of the Storm

  • Lesson 9: Job 38:1-30
         God Speaks to Job

  • Lesson 10: Job 40:6-14
         God Questions Job

  • Lesson 11: Exodus 5:1-23
         Israel’s Labor Increased

  • Lesson 12: Exodus 32:1-35
         The Golden Calf

  • Lesson 13: Leviticus 26:14-33 / Deuteronomy 4:25-31 / Deuteronomy 28:58-66 / Deuteronomy 30:1-5
         Penalties of Disobedience

  • Lesson 14: Numbers 10:33-36
         The Israelites Break Camp

  • Lesson 15: Numbers 16:1-40
         Korah’s Rebellion

  • Lesson 16: Deuteronomy 32:1-43
         The Song of Moses

  • Lesson 17: Ruth 3:1-18
         Ruth and Boaz

  • Lesson 18: 1 Samuel 11:1-15
         Saul Defeats the Ammonites

  • Lesson 19: 1 Samuel 13:1-14
         Saul Sacrifices an Offering to God

  • Lesson 20: 1 Samuel 14:24-46
         Saul’s Foolish Order

  • Lesson 21: Psalm 59:1-17
         Prayer for Deliverance from Enemies

  • Lesson 22: Psalm 60:1-12
         A Prayer for Help

  • Lesson 23: 2 Samuel 17:1-22
         Absalom Pursues David

  • Lesson 24: 2 Samuel 18:1-18
         Absalom’s Death

  • Lesson 25: 2 Samuel 20:13-26
         Sheba’s Revolt Put Down

  • Lesson 26: 2 Samuel 22:1-20 / Psalm 18:1-19
         David’s Psalm of Deliverance

  • Lesson 27: Psalm 53:1-6
         The Foolishness and Wickedness of Men

  • Lesson 28: Psalm 68:1-35
         Praising the God of Sinai and of the Sanctuary

  • Lesson 29: Psalm 139:1-24
         God’s Omnipresence and Omniscience

  • Lesson 30: Psalm 141:1-10
         An Evening Prayer for Sanctification and Protection

  • Lesson 31: Psalm 144:1-15
         A Prayer for Rescue and Prosperity

  • Lesson 32: Psalm 89:1-18
         Praising God

  • Lesson 33: Proverbs 1:7-19
         The Enticement of Sinners

  • Lesson 34: Proverbs 5:1-23
         Pitfalls of Immorality

  • Lesson 35: Proverbs 11:23-28 / Proverbs 15:1-7
         Contrast the Upright and the Wicked

  • Lesson 36: Proverbs 20:8, 26-28
         A Wise King

  • Lesson 37: 1 Kings 14:1-20
         Ahijah Prophesies against the King

  • Lesson 38: 1 Kings 22:13-40 / 2 Chronicles 18:12-34
         Micaiah Predicts Defeat

  • Lesson 39: Isaiah 11:11-16
         The Restored Remnant

  • Lesson 40: Isaiah 16:1-14
         Prophecy of Moab’s Devastation

  • Lesson 41: Psalm 44:1-26
         Former Deliverances and Present Troubles

  • Lesson 42: Psalm 92:1-15
         Praise for the Lord’s Goodness

  • Lesson 43: Psalm 106:1-48
         Israel’s Rebelliousness and the LORD’s Deliverances

  • Lesson 44: Psalm 147:1-20
         Praise for Jerusalem’s Restoration and Prosperity

  • Lesson 45: Isaiah 18:1-7
         Message to Ethiopia

  • Lesson 46: Isaiah 24:1-6 / Isaiah 33:1-6
         God’s Judgment

  • Lesson 47: Isaiah 30:19-33
         God Is Gracious and Just

  • Lesson 48: Isaiah 41:5-16
         Israel Encouraged

  • Lesson 49: 2 Chronicles 34:1-7
         Josiah Becomes King

  • Lesson 50: Jeremiah 3:11-18
         God Invites Repentance

  • Lesson 51: Isaiah 28:23-29 / Jeremiah 4:10-18
         Judah Is Warned / Judah Threatened with Invasion

  • Lesson 52: Nahum 2:1-2 / Nahum 3:1-19
         Nineveh’s Complete Ruin

  • Lesson 53: Habakkuk 3:1-19
         God’s Deliverance of His People

  • Lesson 54: Zephaniah 3:1-20
         Woe to Jerusalem and the Nations

  • Lesson 55: Jeremiah 9:12-16 / Jeremiah 10:18-25 / Jeremiah 13:20-27 / Jeremiah 15:5-9
         Israel Rejects God / God Promises to Scatter Israel

  • Lesson 56: Jeremiah 18:1-17
         The Potter and the Clay

  • Lesson 57: Jeremiah 23:1-8, 25-32
         The Coming Messiah / Denouncing False Prophets

  • Lesson 58: Jeremiah 30:10-24
         Deliverance from Captivity and Restoration Promised

  • Lesson 59: Jeremiah 31:10-14
         Israel’s Mourning Turned to Joy

  • Lesson 60: Jeremiah 49:28-33, 34-39
         Prophecy against Kedar and Hazor / Prophecy against Elam

  • Lesson 61: Jeremiah 50:17-20
         Prophecy against Babylon

  • Lesson 62: Jeremiah 51:1-10
         Babylon Judged for Sins against Israel

  • Lesson 63: Ezekiel 5:1-17
         Jerusalem’s Desolation Foretold

  • Lesson 64: Ezekiel 6:1-14
         Idolatrous Worship Denounced

  • Lesson 65: Ezekiel 10:1-5
         Vision of God’s Glory

  • Lesson 66: Ezekiel 11:14-21 / Ezekiel 20:18-44
         Promise of Restoration

  • Lesson 67: Ezekiel 12:8-16
         Ezekiel Prepares for Exile

  • Lesson 68: Ezekiel 17:11-21 / Jeremiah 24:8-10 / 2 Kings 25:1-7 / Jeremiah 52:1-11
         Zedekiah’s Rebellion

  • Lesson 69: Ezekiel 22:1-16
         The Sins of Israel

  • Lesson 70: Ezekiel 29:8-16 / Ezekiel 30:20-26
         Judgment of Egypt

  • Lesson 71: Ezekiel 28:25-26 / Isaiah 27:13
         Israel Regathered

  • Lesson 72: Jeremiah 40:13-16
         Gedaliah’s Life Threatened

  • Lesson 73: Lamentations 4:11-16 / Ezekiel 34:1-10 / Zechariah 11:15-17
         Distress of the Siege / The Doomed Flock

  • Lesson 74: Zechariah 10:7-10 / Ezekiel 34:11-31
         Restoration Promised

  • Lesson 75: Ezekiel 36:16-32
         Israel to Be Renewed for His Name’s Sake

  • Lesson 76: Ezekiel 46:16-18
         The Prince’s Gifts

  • Lesson 77: Daniel 4:1-27
         Nebuchadnezzar’s Vision of a Great Tree

  • Lesson 78: Daniel 11:20-28 / Daniel 12:5-13
         Conflicts to Come

  • Lesson 79: Zechariah 1:7-21
         Patrol of the Earth

  • Lesson 80: Zechariah 7:8-14
         Hearts Like Flint

  • Lesson 81: Esther 3:1-15
         Haman’s Plot Against the Jews

  • Lesson 82: Nehemiah 1:1-11
         Nehemiah’s Grief for the Exiles

  • Lesson 83: Malachi 2:1-9
         Priests to be Disciplined

  • Lesson 84: Joel 3:1-8
         The Nations Will Be Judged

  • Lesson 85: Luke 1:46-56
         Mary’s Song

  • Lesson 86: Matthew 9:35-38
         Jesus Preaches and Heals the People

  • Lesson 87: John 7:25-39
         Jesus Teaches at the Feast

  • Lesson 88: Matthew 12:22-37 / Luke 11:14-23
         The Pharisees Rebuked

  • Lesson 89: John 10:1-18
         Parable of the Good Shepherd

  • Lesson 90: Luke 15:11-32
         The Prodigal Son

  • Lesson 91: Luke 16:1-13
         The Unrighteous Steward

  • Lesson 92: Matthew 21:33-46 / Luke 20:9-20
         Parable of the Landowner

  • Lesson 93: John 11:47-53
         Conspiracy to Kill Jesus

  • Lesson 94: Matthew 25:14-30
         Parable of the Talents

  • Lesson 95: Zechariah 13:7-9 / John 16:23-33 / Mark 14:27-31 / Matthew 26:31-35
         The Disciples Abandon Jesus

  • Lesson 96: Acts 5:27-42
         Imprisonment and Release

  • Lesson 97: Acts 8:1-8 / Acts 11:19-26
         The Church is Scattered

  • Lesson 98: Psalm 112:7-9 / 2 Corinthians 9:1-15
         God Gives Most

  • Lesson 99: James 1:1-18
         Testing Your Faith

  • Lesson 100: 1 Peter 1:1-9
         A Living Hope

Wow, 100 lessons. This seems as though it would take a long time to study!!

Before you leave thinking this is way too long, let me remind you that with Reflective Bible Study, you can study at your own pace. This means that you don’t have to race through these lessons, and you could extend your study time out as long as you’d like. While this is one of the longer study packages, it is designed to give you a comprehensive look into this topic and I don’t want to censor passages that I may not think are relevant -- especially when you may get something that I missed out of the passage in question. Some people would call this style “comfortably comprehensive”.

Ready to begin? Let’s start that journey today!