EXODUS




Chapter 1

After Joseph's death, the children of Israel increase in numbers (1:1-7)
A new king, who knew not Joseph, arises over Egypt (1:8-10)
The more the children of Israel are oppressed, the more they multiply (1:11-14)
The midwives save the Hebrew male children (1:15-21)
Pharaoh commands the male children to be cast into the river (1:22)


Chapter 2

Moses is born, and set afloat in a basket of bulrushes (2:1-4)
Moses is found, and brought up by Pharaoh's daughter (2:5-10)
Moses slays an Egyptian (2:11-12)
Moses reproves a Hebrew (2:13-14)
Moses flees into Midian (2:15-20)
Moses marries Zipporah (2:21)
Moses's son Gershom is born (2:22)
God hears the complaints of the Israelites (2:23-25)


Chapter 3

Moses keeps Jethro's flock (3:1)
God appears to Moses in a burning bush (3:2-8)
God sends Moses to deliver Israel (3:9-13)
The name of God (3:14)
The message Moses gave to Israel (3:15-22)


Chapter 4

Moses' rod is turned into a serpent as a sign (4:1-5)
Moses's hand is miraculously healed from leprous (4:6-9)
Moses is reluctant to be sent, and Aaron is appointed to assist him (4:10-17)
Moses departs from Jethro and goes to Egypt (4:18-20)
God's message to Pharaoh (4:21-23)
Zipporah circumcises her son (4:24-26)
Aaron is sent to meet Moses (4:27-30)
The people believe them (4:31)


Chapter 5

Pharaoh chides Moses and Aaron for their message (5:1-4)
Pharaoh increases the tasks of the Israelites (5:5-14)
Pharaoh opposes their complaints (5:15-19)
Israelites cry out to Moses and Aaron (5:20-21)
Moses complains to God (5:22-23)


Chapter 6

God renews His promise by His name Jehovah (6:1-13)
The genealogy of Reuben (6:14)
The genealogy of Simeon (6:15)
The genealogy of Levi, ancestor of Moses and Aaron (6:16-30)


Chapter 7

Moses is encouraged to go to Pharaoh (7:1-6)
Moses and Aaron ages (7:7)
Moses's rod is turned into a serpent (7:8-10)
The sorcerers do the same (7:11-12)
Pharaoh's heart is hardened against the Israelites (7:13)
God's message to Pharaoh (7:14-18)
The river is turned into blood (7:19-25)


Chapter 8

The plague of frogs are sent (8:1-7)
Pharaoh calls for Moses, who removes them through prayer (8:8-15)
The dust is turned into lice (8:16-19)
Swarms of flies are sent upon the Egyptians (8:20-24)
Pharaoh is inclined to let the people go, but his heart is hardened (8:25-32)


Chapter 9

The plague on the cattle (9:1-7)
The plague of boils and blisters is sent (9:8-12)
Moses message about the hail (9:13-21)
The plague of hail (9:22-26)
Pharaoh pleads with Moses (9:27-34)
Pharaoh's heart is still hardened (9:35)


Chapter 10

God threatens to send locusts (10:1-6)
Pharaoh, urged by his servants, is to let the Israelites go (10:7-11)
The plague of the locusts (10:12-15)
Pharaoh pleads with Moses (10:16-20)
The plague of darkness (10:21-23)
Pharaoh entreats Moses, but his heart still is hardened (10:24-29)


Chapter 11

God's message to the Israelites to borrow jewels of their neighbors (11:1-3)
Moses threatens Pharaoh with the death of the firstborn (11:4-10)


Chapter 12

The beginning of the year is changed, and the passover is instituted (12:1-10)
The rite of the passover (12:11-14)
Unleavened bread (12:15-28)
The firstborn are slain (12:29-30)
The Israelites are sent out of Egypt (12:31-42)
The ordinance of the passover (12:43-51)


Chapter 13

The firstborn are sanctified to God (13:1-10)
The firstborn of beasts are set apart (13:11-16)
The Israelites go out of Egypt, and carry Joseph's bones with them (13:17-20)
They come to Etham (13:20)
God guides them by a pillar of a cloud, and a pillar of fire (13:21-23)


Chapter 14

God instructs the Israelites in their journey (14:1-4)
Pharaoh pursues them (14:5-9)
The Israelites murmur (14:10-12)
Moses comforts the Israelites(14:13-14)
God instructs Moses (14:15-18)
The cloud moves to a position behind the camp (14:19-20)
The Israelites pass through the Red Sea (14:21-22)
The Egyptians are killed by the Red Sea(14:23-31)


Chapter 15

Moses's song (15:1-21)
The people want water, but the waters at Marah are bitter (15:22-24)
A tree sweetens them (15:25-26)
At Elim are twelve wells and seventy palm trees (15:27)


Chapter 16

The Israelites come to Sin (16:1)
They Israelites murmur for want of bread (16:2-3)
God promises them bread from heaven (16:4-10)
Quails and manna are sent (16:11-15)
Regulations concerning manna (16:16-24)
Manna and quail won't be given on the sabbath (16:25-31)
An omer to preserve the mana (16:32-36)


Chapter 17

The people murmur for water at Rephidim (17:1-4)
God sends them to the rock in Horeb for water (17:5-7)
Amalek is overcome when the rod of God is held up in Moses's hands (17:8-14)
Moses builds the altar Jehovah-nissi (17:15-16)


Chapter 18

Jethro brings Moses his wife and two sons (18:1-6)
Moses entertains him (18:7-12)
Moses judges the people and Jethro counsels Moses (18:13-23)
Jethro's counsel is accepted and judges are appointed (18:24-26)
Jethro departs (18:27)


Chapter 19

The people come to Sinai (19:1-2)
God, speaking out of the mount, and tells God's message to the Israelites (19:3-7)
The people's answer is given to God (19:8-9)
The people are prepared for God appearing on Mt. Sinai on the third day (19:10-11)
The mountain must not be touched (19:12-15)
The awe-inspiring presence of God on the mount (19:16-25)


Chapter 20

The ten commandments (20:1-17)
The people are afraid and stand far away (20:18-19)
Moses comforts them (20:20-21)
The people are forbidden to make images (20:22-23)
What kind of altar they should have (20:24-26)


Chapter 21

Laws for men servants, women servants, and servants whose ear is bored (21:1-11)
The law for manslaughter (21:12-15)
The law for stealing (21:16)
The law for cursers of parents (21:17)
The laws for the smiters (21:18-21)
The laws for one hurt by chance (21:22-27)
The laws for an ox that kills people (21:28-32)
The laws for the man who causes harm to an ox or an ass (21:33-36)


Chapter 22

The laws concernign restitution of a theft (22:1-4)
The laws concerning restitution of damage (22:5-13)
The laws concerning restitution of borrowing (22:14-15)
The laws concerning restitution of fornication (22:16-17)
The law concerning of witchcraft (22:18)
The law concerning of bestiality (22:19)
The law concerning of idolatry (22:20)
The laws concerning of strangers, widows, and fatherless (22:21-24)
The law concerning of usury (22:25)
The laws concerning of pledges (22:26-27)
The law concerning of reverence to magistrates (22:28)
The laws concerning of the first fruits (22:29-31)


Chapter 23

The laws concerning of slander and false witness (23:1-2)
The laws concerning of justice and charity (23:3-9)
The laws concerning of the year of rest (23:10-11)
The law concerning of the sabbath (23:12)
The law concerning of idolatry (23:13)
The laws concerning of the three feasts a year (23:14-17)
The laws concerning of the blood and the fat of the sacrifice (23:18-19)
An angel is promised to the Israelites(23:20-33)


Chapter 24

Moses is called up into the mountain (24:1-2)
The people promise obedience (24:3)
Moses builds an altar and twelve pillars (24:4-5)
He sprinkles the blood of the covenant upon the altar (24:6-8)
The glory of God appears to Moses (24:9-13)
Aaron and Hur have charge of the people (24:14)
Moses goes up into the mountain, where he stays forty days and forty nights (24:15-18)


Chapter 25

What the Israelites must offer for the making of the tabernacle (25:1-9)
The form of the ark (25:10-16)
The mercy seat, with the cherubim (25:17-22)
The table and its furniture (25:23-30)
The candlestick and its instruments (25:31-40)


Chapter 26

The ten curtains of the tabernacle (26:1-6)
The eleven curtains of goats' hair (26:7-13)
The coverings of rams' skins and badgers' skins (26:14)
The boards of the tabernacle, with their sockets and bars (26:15-30)
The veil for the ark (26:31-35)
The hanging for the door (26:36-37)


Chapter 27

The altar of burnt offering with its vessels (27:1-8)
The court of the tabernacle (27:9-17)
The measurement of the court (27:18-19)
The oil for the lamp (27:20-21)


Chapter 28

Aaron and his sons are set apart for the priest's office (28:1)
Holy garments are appointed (28:2-5)
The ephod (28:6-14)
The breastplate, with twelve precious stones (28:15-29)
The Urim and Thummim (28:30)
The robe of the ephod and the plate of the mitre (28:31-38)
The embroidered coat (28:39)
The garments for Aaron's sons (28:40-43)


Chapter 29

The ceremonies of consecrating the priests (29:1-9)
The order of sacrifices (29:10-37)
The daily burnt offering (29:38-44)
God's promise to dwell among the children of Israel (29:45-46)


Chapter 30

Directions for making the altar of incense (30:1-10)
The ransom of souls (30:11-16)
The brasen laver (30:17-21)
The holy anointing oil (30:22-33)
The composition of the perfume (30:34-38)


Chapter 31

Bezaleel and Aholiab are called for the work of the tabernacle (31:1-11)
The observation of the sabbath is commanded again (31:12-17)
Moses receives the two tables (31:18)


Chapter 32

In the absence of Moses cause Aaron and the people to make a golden calf (32:1-6)
God is angered (32:7-10)
Moses makes intercession for Israel and God accepts it(32:11-14)
Moses comes down with the tablets (32:15-18)
Moses breaks the tablets(32:19)
Moses destroys the calf (32:20-21)
Aaron's excuse for himself (32:22-24)
Moses causes the idol worshippers to be slain (32:25-29)
Moses prays for the people (32:30-35)


Chapter 33

The Lord refuses to go with the people (33:1-3)
The people murmur (33:4-6)
The tabernacle is removed out of the camp (33:7-8)
The Lord talks with Moses (33:9-11)
Moses desires to see the glory of God (33:12-23)


Chapter 34

The tables are renewed (34:1-7)
Moses entreats God to go with them (34:8-9)
God makes a covenant with them (34:10)
Israel warned about the Idolatry in Canaan (34:11-17)
Israel told about the three Feasts to keep in Canaan (34:18-27)
Moses, after forty days in the mount, comes down with the tables (34:28)
His face shines, and he covers it with a veil (34:29-35)


Chapter 35

The rules for the sabbath (35:1-3)
The offering for the tabernacle (35:4-9)
Tabernacle articles (35:10-19)
The readiness of the people to make offerings (35:20-29)
Bezaleel and Aholiab are called to the work (35:30-35)


Chapter 36

The offerings are delivered to the workmen (36:1-4)
The liberality of the people is restrained giving offering to Tabernacle (36:5-7)
The making of the curtains of the cherubim (36:8-13)
The making of the curtains of goats' hair (36:14-19)
The making of the boards with their sockets (36:20-30)
The making tof the bars (36:31-34)
The making of the veil (36:35-36)
The making of the hanging for the door (36:37-38)


Chapter 37

The making of the ark (37:1-5)
The making of the mercy seat with the cherubim (37:6-9)
The making of the table with its vessels (37:10-16)
The making of the candlestick with its lamps and instruments (37:17-24)
Making the altar of incense (37:25-28)
The anointing oil and sweet incense (37:29)


Chapter 38

The making of the altar of burnt offering (38:1-7)
The making of the laver of brass (38:8)
The making of the court of the Tabernacle (38:9-20)
The people's offering to the building the tabernacle (38:21-31)


Chapter 39

The cloths of service and holy garments made of (39:1)
The ephod what made of (39:2-7)
The breastplate what made of (39:8-21)
The robe of the ephod with pomegranates and bells made of (39:22-28)
The coats, mitre and girdle of fine linen made of (39:27-29)
The plate of the holy crown (39:30-31)
All is viewed and approved by Moses (39:32-43)


Chapter 40

The erection of the tabernacle, with its anointing, is commanded (40:1-12)
Aaron and his sons are to be sanctified (40:13-33)
A cloud covers the tabernacle (40:34-38)


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LEVITICUS






Chapter 1

The law for burnt offerings (1:1-2)
The law for the herd to bring and how to do it (1:3-9)
The law for the flocks, and the fowls to bring and how to do it (1:10-17)


Chapter 2

The law for a meal offering of flour with oil and incense is either baked in the oven (2:1-4)
The law for a meat offering on a plate, or in a frying pan (2:5-11)
The law for first fruits (2:12)
The law for salt of the meal offering (2:13-16)


Chapter 3

The law for the meal offering of the herd (3:1-5)
The law for the flock as a peace offering (3:6)
The law for the lamb as a peace offering (3:7-11)
The law for the goat as a peace offering (3:12-17)


Chapter 4

The law for sin offering of ignorance (4:1-2)
The law for the priest if he sins (4:3-12)
The law for the congregation if they sin(4:13-21)
The law for the ruler if he sins (4:22-26)
The law for any of the people if they sin (4:27-35)


Chapter 5

The law if you witness a sin and don't tell anybody (5:1)
The law if you touch an unclean thing (5:2-3)
The law for making an oath (5:4-5)
The law for his trespass offering (5:6)
The law for bringing fowls for the trespass offering (5:7-10)
The law for bringing flour for the trespass offering (5:11-13)
The law for trespass offering in sacrilege (5:14-16)
The law for sins of ignorance (5:17-19)


Chapter 6

The law for trespass offering for sins done knowingly (6:1-7)
The law for the burnt offering (6:8-13)
The law for the meat offering (6:14-18)
The law for offering at the consecration of a priest (6:19-23)
The law for the sin offering (6:24-30)


Chapter 7

The law for the trespass offering, and for the peace offerings (7:1-11)
The law for thanksgiving for a peace offering (7:12-15)
The law for a vow, or a free will offering for a peace offering (7:16-21)
The law for fat in animals (7:22-25)
The law for eating the blood is forbidden (7:26-27)
The law for priests portion in the peace offerings (7:28-38)


Chapter 8

Moses consecrates Aaron and his sons (8:1-13)
Their sin offering (8:14-17)
Their burnt offering (8:18-21)
The ram of consecration (8:22-30)
The place and time of their consecration (8:31-36)


Chapter 9

The first offerings of Aaron (9:1-7)
The sin offering and the burnt offering for Aaron (9:8-14)
The offerings for the people (9:15-23)
Fire from the Lord comes upon the altar (9:24)


Chapter 10

The sin of Nadab and Abihu, for offering of strange fire, are burnt (10:1-5)
Aaron and his sons are forbidden to mourn for them (10:6-7)
The priests are forbidden wine when they are to go into the tabernacle (10:8-11)
The law for eating the holy things (10:12-15)
Aaron's excuse appeases the anger of Moses for Eleazar and Ithamar (10:16-20)


Chapter 11

Animals you can eat (11:1-3)
Animals you can't eat (11:4-8)
Fish you can eat (11:9-12)
Birds you can eat (11:13-28)
Creeping things which are unclean (11:29-47)


Chapter 12

The purification of women after childbirth (12:1-5)
Her offerings for her purifying (12:6-8)


Chapter 13

The laws and tokens whereby the priest is to be guided in discerning leprosy (13:1-59)


Chapter 14

The rites and sacrifices in cleansing of the leper (14:1-32)
The signs of leprosy in a house, and the cleansing thereof (14:33-57)


Chapter 15

The uncleanness of men in their issues (15:1-12)
The cleansing of them (15:13-18)
The uncleanness of women in their issues (15:19-27)
Their cleansing (15:28-33)


Chapter 16

How the high priest must enter into the holy place (16:1-10)
The sin offering for himself (16:11-14)
The sin offering for the people (16:15-28)
The yearly feast of atonement (16:29-34)


Chapter 17

The blood of all slain beasts must be offered to the Lord at the door of the tabernacle (17:1-6)
They must not offer to devils (17:7-9)
All eating of blood is forbidden (17:10-14)
Beasts that die alone, or are torn (17:15-16)


Chapter 18

Unlawful marriages and unlawful lusts (18:1-30)


Chapter 19

A review of various laws (19:1-37)


Chapter 20

The punishment for him that gives his seed to Molech (20:1-3)
The punishment for him that favors such (20:4-5)
The punishment for going to wizards (20:6)
Sanctification (20:7-8)
The punishment for him that curses his parents (20:9)
The punishment for adultery (20:10)
The punishment for incest (20:11-12)
The punishment for sodomy (20:13-14)
The punishment for beastiality (20:15-17)
The punishment for uncleanness (20:18-21)
Obedience is required with holiness (20:22-26)
Wizards and familiar spirits must be put to death (20:27)


Chapter 21

The priests' mourning (21:1-5)
Their holiness (21:6-7)
Their respect (21:8-12)
Their marriages (21:13-15)
Priest with blemishes must not minister (21:16-24)


Chapter 22

The priests in their uncleanness must abstain from the holy things (22:1-5)
How they shall be cleansed (22:6-9)
Who may eat in the priest's house and who may eat of the holy things (22:10-16)
The sacrifices must be without blemish (22:17-21)
The age of the sacrifice (22:26-28)
The law of eating the sacrifice of thanksgiving (22:29-33)


Chapter 23

The feasts of the lord (23:1-2)
The sabbath (23:3)
The passover (23:4-8)
The sheaf of first fruits of the harvest (23:9-14)
The feast of Pentecost (23:15-22)
The feast of trumpets (23:23-25)
The day of atonement (23:26-32)
The feast of tabernacles (23:33-44)


Chapter 24

The oil for the lamps that they may burn continually (24:1-4)
The showbread (24:5-9)
Shelomith's son blasphemes (24:10-12)
The law for blasphemy (24:13-16)
The punishment for murder (24:17)
The punishemnt for damage (24:18-23)


Chapter 25

The sabbath of the seventh year and the jubile in the fifth year (25:1-13)
Oppression (25:14-17)
A blessing of obedience (25:18-22)
The redemption of land (25:23-28)
The getting back of the houses (25:29-34)
Compassion on the poor (25:35-38)
The usage of bondmen (25:39-46)
The redemption of servants (25:47-55)


Chapter 26

Idolatry (26:1)
Sabbath observance and reverence (26:2)
A blessing to those who keep the commandments (26:3-13)
A curse to those who break them (26:14-39)
God promises to remember those who repent (26:40-46)


Chapter 27

Special gifts pledged to the Lord shall be made according to the person (27:1-2)
The valuation of each (27:3-8)
If a beast given by a vow (27:9-13)
When a man gives his house to be sanctify (27:14-15)
When a field is given for sanctify and its redemption (27:16-17)
No devoted thing may be redeemed (27:28-31)
The tithe, holy unto the Lord, may not be changed (27:32-34)




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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