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Chapter 1

The descendants of Adam to Noah and his sons (1:1-4)
The sons of Japheth (1:5-7)
The sons of Ham (1:8-16)
The sons of Shem (1:17-23)
Shem's line to Abraham (1:24-27)
The sons of Ishmael (1:28-33)
The posterity of Abraham by Esau (1:34-42)
The kings of Edom (1:43-50)
The chiefs of Edom (1:51-54)


Chapter 2

The sons of Israel (2:1-2)
The posterity of Judah (2:3-12)
The children of Jesse (2:13-17)
The posterity of Caleb, the son of Hezron (2:18-20)
Hezron's posterity by the daughter of Machir (2:21-24)
Jerahmeel's posterity (2:25-33)
Sheshan's posterity (2:34-41)
Another branch of Caleb's posterity (2:42-49)
The posterity of Caleb, the son of Hur (2:50-55)


Chapter 3

The sons of David (3:1-9)
His line to Zedekiah (3:10-16)
The successors of Jeconiah (3:17-24)


Chapter 4

The posterity of Judah by Caleb, the son of Hur (4:1-4)
Of Ashur, the posthumous son of Hezron (4:5-8)
Of Jabez and his prayer (4:9-10)
Of Chelub, the brother of Shuah (4:11-20)
The posterity of Shelah (4:21-23)
The posterity and cities of Simeon (4:24-38)
Their conquest of Gedor, and of the Amalekites in Mount Seir (4:39-43)


Chapter 5

The line of Reuben (who lost his birthright) to the captivity (5:1-9)
Their habitation and conquest of the Hagarites (5:10)
The chief men and habitations of Gad (5:11-17)
The census and conquests of Reuben, Gad, and the half of Manasseh (5:18-24)
The captivity of the half tribe (5:25-26)


Chapter 6

The sons of Levi (6:1-3)
The line of the priests to the captivity (6:4-15)
The families of Gershom, Kohath, and Merari (6:16-30)
The Temple singers and keepers (6:31-48)
The office of Aaron, and his line to Ahimaaz (6:49-53)
The cities of the priests and Levites (6:54-81)


Chapter 7

The sons of Issachar (7:1-5)
Of Benjamin (7:6-12)
Of Naphtali and Manasseh (7:13-19)
And of Ephraim (7:20)
Ephraim's sons slain by the men of Gath (7:21-22)
Beriah is born (7:23-27)
Ephraim's habitations (7:28-29)
The sons of Asher (7:30-40)


Chapter 8

The sons and chief men of Benjamin (8:1-32)
The stock of Saul and Jonathan (8:33-40)


Chapter 9

Origin of the genealogies of the kings of Israel and Judah (9:1)
The Israelites (9:2-9)
The priests (9:10-13)
And the Levites, with the temple servants who dwell in Jerusalem (9:14-26)
The responsibility of certain Levites (9:27-34)
The ancestors and descendants of Saul and Jonathan (9:35-44)


Chapter 10

Saul's overthrow and death (10:1-10)
The kindness of Jabesh-gilead towards Saul and his sons (10:11-12)
Saul's sin, and the transfer of the kingdom to David (10:13-14)


Chapter 11

David, by general consent, is made king at Hebron (11:1-3)
He wins the castle of Zion from the Jebusites, by Joab's valor (11:4-9)
A catalogue of David's mighty men (11:10-14)
The bravery of three captains (11:15-47)


Chapter 12

The companies that came to David at Ziklag (12:1-22)
The armies that came to him at Hebron (12:23-40)


Chapter 13

David brings the ark from Kirjath-jearim (13:1-8)
Uzza is smitten and the ark is left at the house of Obed-edom (13:9-14)


Chapter 14

Hiram's kindness to David (14:1)
David's good fortune in people, wives, and children (14:2-7)
His two victories over the Philistines (14:8-17)


Chapter 15

David prepares a place for the ark, then orders the priests and Levites to bring it from Obed-edom (15:1-24)
He performs the solemn rites with great joy (15:25-29)


Chapter 16

David's festival sacrifice (16:1-3)
He orders a choir to sing thanksgiving (16:4-6)
The psalm of thanksgiving (16:7-36)
He appoints ministers, porters, priests and musicians to attend continually on the ark (16:37-43)


Chapter 17

Nathan, first approving the purpose of David to build God a house (17:1-2)
Later by the word of God forbids him (17:3-10)
e promises him blessings and benefits in his seed (17:11-15)
David's prayer and thanksgiving (17:16-27)


Chapter 18

David subdues the Philistines and the Moabites (18:1-2)
He smites Hadarezer and the Syrians (18:3-8)
Tou sends Hadoram with presents to congratulate David (18:9-10)
David dedicates the presents and the spoil to God (18:11-12)
He puts garrisons in Edom (18:13)
David's officers (18:14-17)


Chapter 19

David's messengers, sent to comfort Hanun the son of Nahash, are treated shamefully (19:1-5)
The Ammonites, strengthened by the Syrians, are overcome by Joab and Abishai (19:6-15)
Shophach, after getting new reinforcements from the Syrians, is slain by David (19:16-19)


Chapter 20

Rabbah is besieged by Joab, spoiled by David and its people set to labor (20:1-3)
Three giants are slain in three general victories over the Philistines (20:4-8)


Chapter 21

David, tempted by Satan, forces Joab to number the people (21:1-4)
After the people are numbered, David repents of it (21:5-8)
Of the three plagues proposed by Gad, David chooses the pestilence (21:9-13)
After 70,000 die, David repents and prevents the destruction of Jerusalem (21:14-17)
David purchases Ornan's threshingfloor, where God shows His favor by fire, and halts the plague (21:18-30)


Chapter 22

David, foreseeing the importance of the temple, prepares for building it (22:1-5)
He instructs Solomon in God's promises and his duty in building the temple (22:6-16)
He commands the princes to assist his son (22:17-19)


Chapter 23

David, in his old age, makes Solomon king (23:1)
The number of the Levites and their assignments (23:2-6)
The families of the Gershonites (23:7-11)
The sons of Kohath (23:12-23)
The office of the Levites (23:24-32)


Chapter 24

The divisions of the sons of Aaron by lot into twenty-four orders (24:1-19)
The Kohathites (24:20-25)
And the Merarites divided by lot (24:26-31)


Chapter 25

The number of the singers and their duties (25:1-6)
They total two hundred eighty-eight (25:7)
Their division by lot into twenty-four orders (25:8-31)


Chapter 26

The divisions of the porters (26:1-12)
The gates assigned by lot (26:13-19)
The Levites who had charge of the treasures (26:20-28)
Officers and judges (26:29-32)


Chapter 27

The twelve captains, one for each month (27:1-15)
The princes of the twelve tribes are named (27:16-22)
The numbering of the people is prevented (27:23-24)
David's several officers (27:25-34)


Chapter 28

David exhorts the people to fear God (28:1-8)
He encourages Solomon to build the temple (28:9-10)
He gives him patterns for the form, and gold and silver for the materials (28:11-21)


Chapter 29

David, by his example and earnest plea (29:1-5)
Causes the princes and people to offer willingly (29:6-9)
David's thanksgiving and prayer (29:10-19)
After blessing God and offering sacrifices, the people make Solomon king (29:20-25)
David's reign and death (29:26-30)



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Chapter 1

The solemn offering of Solomon at Gibeon (1:1-6)
Solomon's choice of wisdom is blessed by God (1:7-12)
Solomon's strength and wealth (1:13-17)


Chapter 2

Solomon's laborers for the building of the temple (2:1-2)
His embassy to Huram (Hiram) to secure workmen and material (2:3-10)
Huram responds (2:11-18)


Chapter 3

The place and time of building the temple (3:1-2)
The measure and ornaments of the house (3:3-10)
The cherubims (3:11-13)
The veil and pillars (3:14-17)


Chapter 4

The altar of brass (4:1)
The molten sea upon twelve oxen (4:2-5)
The ten lavers, candlesticks, and tables (4:6-8)
The courts and the instruments of brass (4:9-18)
The instruments of gold (4:19-22)


Chapter 5

The dedicated treasures (5:1)
The solemn induction of the ark into the inner sanctuary (5:2-10)
God is praised and gives a visible sign of His favor (5:11-14)


Chapter 6

Solomon, after blessing the people, praises God (6:1-11)
Solomon's prayer at the dedication of the temple (6:12-42)


Chapter 7

God recognizes Solomon's prayer by fire from heaven and glory in the temple (7:1-2)
And the people worship Him (7:3)
Solomon's solemn sacrifice (7:4-7)
Solomon keeps the feast of tabernacles and the feast of the dedication of the altar (7:8-11)
God appears to Solomon and gives him some conditional promises (7:12-22)


Chapter 8

Solomon's buildings (8:1-6)
Solomon exacts tribute of the Canaanites who remain (8:7-10)
Pharaoh's daughter is brought to her house (8:11)
Solomon's yearly solemn sacrifices (8:12-13)
He appoints the priests and the Levites to their places (8:14-16)
The navy fetches gold from Ophir (8:17-18)


Chapter 9

The queen of Sheba admires the wisdom of Solomon (9:1-8)
Her gifts to Solomon (9:9-12)
Solomon's gold (9:13-14)
His shields (9:15-16)
The throne of ivory (9:17-19)
His vessels (9:20-22)
His presents (9:23-24)
His chariots and horses (9:25)
His tributary kings (9:26-28)
His reign and death (9:29-31)


Chapter 10

The Israelites assemble at Shechem to crown Rehoboam (10:1-2)
Jeroboam demands the people's burdens be eased (10:3-5)
Rehoboam, against the old men's counsel, refuses to comply (10:6-15)
Ten tribes revolt, so Rehoboam flees (10:16-19)


Chapter 11

Rehoboam, raising an army to subdue Israel, is dissuaded by Shemaiah (11:1-4)
He strengthens his kingdom with forts and provisions (11:5-12)
The priests and Levites rally to Rehoboam (11:13-17)
The wives and children of Rehoboam (11:18-23)


Chapter 12

Rehoboam, forsaking the Lord, is punished by Shishak (12:1-4)
He and the princes repent at Shemaiah's preaching and are delivered from destruction but not from spoil (12:5-12)
The reign and death of Rehoboam (12:13-16)


Chapter 13

Abijah, succeeding Rehoboam, makes war against Jeroboam (13:1-3)
He declares the justice of his cause (13:4-12)
Trusting in God, he overcomes Jeroboam (13:13-20)
The wives and children of Abijah (13:21-22)


Chapter 14

Asa, succeeding him, destroys idolatry (14:1-5)
Asa strengthens his kingdom with forts and armies (14:6-8)
Calling on God, he overthrows Zerah, and plunders the Ethiopians (14:9-15)


Chapter 15

Asa, Judah, and many of Israel, moved by Azariah's prophecy, make a solemn covenant with God (15:1-15)
Asa removes Maachah, his mother, from serving as queen, because of her idolatry (15:16-17)
He brings dedicated things into the house of God, and enjoys a long peace (15:18-19)


Chapter 16

Asa, in league with Syria, diverts Baasha from building Ramah (16:1-6)
Being reproved for this by Hanani, Asa imprisons him (16:7-10)
Asa is diseased but seeks physicians rather than God (16:11-12)
His death and burial (16:13-14)


Chapter 17

Jehoshaphat, succeeding Asa, reigns well and prospers (17:1-6)
He sends Levites, with the princes, to teach Judah (17:7-9)
Some of his enemies, being afraid of God, bring him presents and tribute (17:10-11)
His greatness, his captains and armies (17:12-19)


Chapter 18

Jehoshaphat, allied with Ahab, is persuaded to go against Ramoth-gilead (18:1-3)
Ahab and his false prophets (18:4-11)
Micaiah's prophecy (18:12-27)
The death of Ahab and his defeat (18:28-34)


Chapter 19

Jehoshaphat, reproved by Jehu, visits his kingdom (19:1-4)
His instructions to the judges (19:5-7)
To the priests and Levites (19:8-11)


Chapter 20

Jehoshaphat, in his fear, proclaims a fast (20:1-4)
His prayer (20:5-13)
The prophecy of Jahaziel (20:14-19)
Jehoshaphat exhorts the people, and appoints singers to praise the Lord (20:20-21)
The overthrow of his enemies (20:22-24)
He and the people gather the spoil (20:25)
After praising God at Berachah, the people return in triumph (20:26-30)
Jehoshaphat's reign (20:31-34)
His battleships are destroyed, as prophesied by Eliezer (20:35-37)


Chapter 21

Jehoram succeeds Jehoshaphat and slays his brothers (21:1-4)
His wicked reign (21:5-7)
Edom and Libnah revolt (21:8-11)
Elijah's prophecy against him (21:12-15)
The Philistines and Arabians oppress him (21:16-17)
His incurable disease, infamous death, and burial without honor (21:18-20)


Chapter 22

Ahaziah (Jehoahaz) succeeds him and reigns wickedly (22:1-4)
In his confederacy with Joram (Jehoram), the son of Ahab, he is slain by Jehu (22:5-9)
Athaliah usurps the kingdom after slaying all Ahaziah's sons except Joash (Jehoash)(22:10-12)


Chapter 23

Jehoiada, having set things in order, makes Joash king (23:1-11)
Athaliah is slain (23:12-15)
Jehoiada restores the worship of God (23:16-21)


Chapter 24

Joash reigns well, all the days of Jehoiada (24:1-3)
He gives orders for the repair of the temple (24:4-14)
Jehoiada's death and honorable burial (24:15-16)
Joash falls into idolatry (24:17-20)
And slays Zechariah, the son of Jehoiada (24:21-22)
Joash is pillaged by the Syrians, and slain by Zabad and Jehozabad (24:23-26)
Amaziah succeeds him (24:27)


Chapter 25

Amaziah begins to reign well (25:1-2)
He executes justice on the traitors (25:3-4)
Amaziah hires an army of Israelites (25:5-6)
A prophet persuades him to discharge them (25:7-10)
He overthrows the Edomites (25:11-12)
The Israelites, discontented at being dismissed, loot as they return home (25:13)
Amaziah, proud of his victory, serves the gods of Edom, scoffing at advice from the prophet (25:14-16)
He provokes Joash, causing his own overthrow (25:17-24)
The reign of Amaziah (25:25-26)
He is slain by conspiracy (25:27-28)


Chapter 26

Uzziah succeeds him, reigns well, and prospers (26:1-4)
During the days of Zechariah (26:5-15)
Growing proud, he usurps the priest's duty and is smitten with leprosy (26:16-21)
He dies, and Jotham succeeds him (26:22-23)


Chapter 27

Jotham, reigning well, prospers (27:1-4)
He subdues the Ammonites (27:5-6)
His reign (27:7-8)
Ahaz succeeds him (27:9)


Chapter 28

Ahaz reigns wickedly and is afflicted by Syria (28:1-5)
Oded the prophet brings about release of the children of Judah (28:6-15)
Ahaz sends to Assyria for aid but to no avail (28:16-21)
In his distress he grows more idolatrous (28:22-25)
At his death Hezekiah succeeds him (28:26-27)


Chapter 29

Hezekiah's good reign (29:1-2)
He restores worship of God (29:3-4)
He exhorts the Levites (29:5-11)
They sanctify themselves and cleanse the house of God (29:12-19)
Hezekiah offers solemn sacrifices (29:20-36)


Chapter 30

Hezekiah proclaims a solemn passover, on the second month, for Judah and Israel (30:1-5)
Letters are sent (30:6-12)
The assembly, having destroyed the altars of idolatry, keep the feast fourteen days (30:13-26)
The priests and Levites bless the people (30:27)


Chapter 31

The people work eagerly in destroying idolatry (31:1)
Hezekiah orders the courses of the priest and Levites, and provides for their work and maintenance (31:2-4)
The people's generosity in offerings and tithes (31:5-10)
Hezekiah appoints officers to dispose of the tithes (31:11-19)
The sincerity of Hezekiah (31:20-21)


Chapter 32

As Sennacherib invades Judah, Hezekiah builds fortifications and encourages his people (32:1-8)
Sennacherib's blasphemous messages and letters (32:9-20)
An angel destroys the Assyrian host, to the glory of Hezekiah (32:21-23)
Hezekiah prays in his sickness and God gives him a sign of recovery (32:24)
Growing proud, he is humbled by God (32:25-26)
His wealth and works (32:27-30)
The embassy from Babylon (32:31)
At his death Manasseh succeeds him (32:32-33)


Chapter 33

At the start of his wicked reign, Manasseh leads the people into idolatry (33:1-10)
He is carried into Babylon (33:11)
Upon his prayer to God, he is released and stamps out idolatry (33:12-17)
His acts (33:18-19)
At his death Amon succeeds him (33:20)
Amon reigns wickedly and is slain by his servants (33:21-24)
The murderers being slain, Josiah succeeds him (33:25)


Chapter 34

Josiah's good reign (34:1-2)
He destroys idolatry (34:3-7)
He takes steps for the repair of the temple (34:8-13)
When Hilkiah finds a book of the law, Josiah sends to Huldah to inquire of the Lord (34:14-21)
Huldah prophesies destruction of Jerusalem, but not during Josiah's life (34:22-28)
Josiah, causing the book to be read in a solemn assembly, renews the covenant with God (34:29-33)


Chapter 35

Josiah keeps a most solemn passover (35:1-19)
Josiah provokes Pharaoh-Nechoh, and is slain at Megiddo (35:20-24)
Lamentations for Josiah (35:25-27)


Chapter 36

Jehoahaz, succeeding him, is deposed by Pharaoh and carried into Egypt (36:1-4)
Jehoiakim, reigning badly, is carried bound into Babylon (36:5-8)
Jehoiachin succeeds him, reigns evilly, and is brought into Babylon (36:9-10)
Zedekiah, his successor, despises the prophets, and rebels against Nebuchadnezzar (36:11-13)
Because of the sins of the priests and the people, Jerusalem is destroyed (36:14-21)
The proclamation of Cyrus (36:22-23)




CHRONOLOGY   OF   EVENTS
IN   THE   BIBLE   BY   BOOK

GENESIS EXODUS LEVITICUS NUMBERS
DEUTERONOMY JOSHUA JUDGES RUTH
1 SAMUEL 2 SAMUEL 1 KINGS 2 KINGS
1 CHRONICLES 2 CHRONICLES EZRA NEHEMIAH
ESTHER JOB PSALMS PROVERBS
ECCLESIASTES SONG OF SOLOMON ISAIAH JEREMIAH
LAMENTATIONS EZEKIEL DANIEL HOSEA
JOEL AMOS OBADIAH JONAH
MICAH NAHUM HABAKKUK ZEPHANIAH
HAGGAI ZECHARIAH MALACHI MATTHEW
MARK LUKE JOHN ACTS
ROMANS 1 CORINTHIANS 2 CORINTHIANS GALATIANS
EPHESIANS PHILIPPIANS COLOSSIANS 1 THESSALONIANS
2 THESSALONIANS 1 TIMOTHY 2 TIMOTHY TITUS
PHILEMON HEBREWS JAMES 1 PETER
2 PETER 1 JOHN 2 JOHN 3 JOHN
JUDE REVELATION


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