EZEKIEL




Chapter 1

The time of Ezekiel's prophecy at Chebar (1:1-3)
His vision of four living creatures (1:4-14)
Of the four wheels (1:15-21)
The Firmament (1:22-25)
And of the glory of God (1:26-28)


Chapter 2

Ezekiel's commission (2:1-5)
His instruction (2:6-8)
The roll of his severe prophecy (2:9-10)


Chapter 3

Ezekiel eats the roll (3:1-3)
God encourages him (3:4-14)
And shows him the rule of prophecy (3:15-21)
God shuts and opens the prophet's mouth (3:22-27)


Chapter 4

The figure of a siege foretells the number of years from Jeroboam's defection to the captivity (4:1-3)
The sign of Ezekiel's lying on his side foretells the number of years of siege from Jeroboam's defection to the captivity (4:4-8)
By the provisions needed for the siege is shown the hardness of the famine (4:9-17)


Chapter 5

By the figure of hair (5:1-4)
Is shown the judgment of Jerusalem for its rebellion (5:5-11)
By famine, sword and dispersion (5:12-17)


Chapter 6

The judgment of Israel for idolatry (6:1-7)
A remnant shall be blessed (6:8-10)
The faithful are exhorted to lament their calamities (6:11-14)


Chapter 7

The final desolation of Israel (7:1-15)
The repentance of those who escape (7:16-19)
The enemies defile the sanctuary because of the Israelite's abominations (7:20-22)
The figure of a chain foretells their miserable captivity (7:23-27)


Chapter 8

Ezekiel, in a vision of God at Jerusalem (8:1-4)
Is shown the image of jealousy (8:5-6)
The chambers of idolatry (8:7-12)
The mourners for the god, Tammuz (8:13-14)
The sun worshipers (8:15-17)
God's wrath for their idolatry (8:18)


Chapter 9

A vision wherein the preservation of some is shown (9:1-4)
With the destruction of the rest (9:5-7)
Weeping of Ezekiel, God cannot be entreated for them (9:8-11)


Chapter 10

The vision of the coals of fire, to be scattered over the city (10:1-7)
The vision of the wheels and cherubims (10:8-22)


Chapter 11

The presumption of the princes (11:1-3)
Their sin and judgment (11:4-12)
When Ezekiel complains, God shows His purpose in saving a remnant (11:13-20)
And punishing the wicked (11:21)
The glory of God leaves the Mount of Olives (11:22-23)
Ezekiel is returned to captivity (11:24-25)


Chapter 12

The figure of Ezekiel's removal (12:1-7)
It shows the captivity of Zedekiah (12:8-16)
Ezekiel's trembling shows the Jew's desolation (12:17-20)
The Jews' presumptuous proverb is reproved (12:21-25)
The imminent fulfillment of the vision (12:26-28)


Chapter 13

The reproof of lying prophets (13:1-9)
And their false visions (13:10-16)
Of prophetesses and their magic bands (13:17-21)
The Lord promises deliverance (13:22-23)


Chapter 14

God answers idolaters according to their own heart (14:1-5)
They are exhorted to repent, for fear of judgments (14:6-11)
God's irrevocable sentence of famine (14:12-14)
Of noisome ( offensive or noxious ) beasts (14:15-16)
Of the sword (14:17-18)
And of pestilence (14:19-21)
A remnant shall be preserved as an example to others (14:22-23)


Chapter 15

By the unfitness of the vine's branch for any work (15:1-5)
Is shown the rejection of Jerusalem (15:6-8)


Chapter 16

By the parable of a wretched infant is shown the natural state of Jerusalem (16:1-5)
God's extraordinary love toward her (16:6-14)
Her monstrous lewdness (16:15-34)
Her grievous judgment (16:35-43)
Her sin, matching her mother's and exceeding those of her sisters, Sodom and Samaria, calls for judgments (16:44-59)
Mercy is promised her in the end (16:60-63)


Chapter 17

By the parable of two eagles and a vine (17:1-10)
Is shown God's judgment upon Jerusalem for seeking help from Egypt (17:11-21)
God promises to plant the cedar of the gospel (17:22-24)


Chapter 18

God reproves use of the parable of sour grapes (18:1-4)
He shows how He deals with a just father (18:5-9)
With a wicked son of a just father (18:10-13)
With a just son of a wicked father (18:14-18)
With a wicked man repenting (18:19-23)
With a just man rebelling (18:24)
He defends His justice (18:25-30)
And exhorts the people to repent (18:31-32)


Chapter 19

A lamentation for the princes of Israel, by the parable of lions' whelps (19:1-9)
And for Jerusalem, by the parable of a whithered vine (19:10-14)


Chapter 20

God refuses to be consulted by the elders of Israel (20:1-4)
He relates the story of their rebellions in Egypt (20:5-9)
And in the wilderness (20:10-20)
With His judgments recounted (20:21-26)
Their rebellion in the land of promise (20:27-32)
He promises to gather them by the gospel (20:33-44)
By the parable of a forest God shows the destruction of Jerusalem (20:45-49)


Chapter 21

Ezekiel prophesies against Jerusalem, with a sign of sighing (21:1-7)
The sharp and bright sword (21:8-13)
The prophet is commanded to proclaim (21:14-17)
Is against Jerusalem (21:18-24)
Against the kingdom (21:25-27)
And against the Ammonites (21:28-32)


Chapter 22

A catalogue of sins in Jerusalem (22:1-12)
God will burn Israel as dross in His furnace (22:13-22)
The general corruption of prophets, priests, princes, and people (22:23-31)


Chapter 23

The parable of the two lewd sisters, Aholah and Aholibah (23:1-21)
Aholibah is to be plagued by her lovers (23:22-35)
The prophet reproves the adulteries of both vile sisters (23:36-44)
And shows their judgments (23:45-49)


Chapter 24

By the parable of a boiling pot (24:1-5)
The destruction of Jerusalem (24:6-10)
Is foretold as irrevocable (24:11-14)
By the sign of Ezekiel not mourning for the death of his wife (24:15-18)
He shows the calamity of the Jews to be beyond all sorrow (24:19-27)


Chapter 25

God's vengeance, for their insolence against the Jews, upon the Ammonites (25:1-7)
Upon Moab and Seir (25:8-11)
Upon Edom (25:12-14)
And upon the Philistines (25:15-17)


Chapter 26

For insults to Jerusalem, Tyrus (Tyre) is threatened (26:1-6)
The power of Nebuchadrezzar (Nebuchadnezzar) against her (26:7-14)
At the fall of Tyrus (26:15-16)
The princes of the sea will mourn (26:17-21)


Chapter 27

The rich trade of Tyrus (27:1-4)
Comes from many lands (27:5-25)
The fall of Tyrus (27:26-28)
Will be lamented by all who go to sea (27:29-36)


Chapter 28

God's judgment upon the prince of Tyrus for his sacrilegious pride (28:1-10)
A lamentation for his great glory, corrupted by sin (28:11-19)
The judgment of Zidon (Sidon) (28:20-23)
The restoration of Israel (28:24-26)


Chapter 29

Judgment on Pharaoh for his treachery to Israel (29:1-7)
The desolation of Egypt (29:8-12)
The restoration of Egypt, after forty years (29:13-16)
Egypt, the reward of Nebuchadrezzar (29:17-20)
Israel shall be restored (29:21)


Chapter 30

The desolation of Egypt and her helpers (30:1-19)
The arm of Babylon shall be strengthened to break the arm of Egypt (30:20-26)


Chapter 31

The narration to Pharaoh (31:1-2)
Of the glory of Assyria (31:3-9)
Whose fall was caused by pride (31:10-17)
Similar destruction of Egypt is foretold (31:18)


Chapter 32

A lamentation for the fall of Egypt (32:1-10)
The sword of Babylon shall destroy it (32:11-16)
It shall be brought down to Sheol, among all the uncircumcised nations (32:17-31)
Fear of the Lord shall prevail (32:32)


Chapter 33

A watchman's duty is to warn the people (33:1-6)
Ezekiel is appointed watchman over Israel (33:7-9)
God shows the justice of His ways toward the penitent, and toward revolters (33:10-16)
God maintains His justice (33:17-20)
Ezekiel receives news of Jerusalem's fall, and he foretells its desolation (33:21-29)
God's judgment on the mockers of the prophets (33:30-33)


Chapter 34

A reproof of the shepherds (34:1-2)
For selfishness and harshness (34:3-6)
God's judgment against them (34:7-10)
His providence for His flock (34:11-19)
The kingdom of Christ (34:20-31)


Chapter 35

The judgment of Mount Seir, for hatred of Israel (35:1-15)


Chapter 36

The land of Israel if comforted, both by destruction of the heathen (36:1-7)
And by God's promised blessings (36:8-15)
Israel was rejected because of sin (36:16-20)
But will be restored (36:21-24)
The blessings of Christ's kingdom (36:25-38)


Chapter 37

By the resurrection of dry bones (37:1-10)
The dead hope of Israel is revived (37:11-14)
By the uniting of two sticks (37:15-17)
Is shown the incorporation of Israel into Judah (37:18-19)
The promises of Christ's kingdom (37:20-28)


Chapter 38

Ezekiel is directed to prophesy against the army of Gog (38:1-7)
The malice of Gog is described in graphic detail (38:8-13)
God's judgment against him (38:14-23)


Chapter 39

Gog shall be destroyed (39:1-7)
Israel's victory (39:8-10)
Gog's burial in Hamon-gog (39:11-16)
The feast of the fowls (39:17-22)
Israel, plagued for sins, shall be restored with eternal favor (39:23-29)


Chapter 40

The time, manner and purpose of the vision (40:1-4)
The description and measurements of the east gate (40:5-19)
Of the north gate (40:20-23)
Of the south gate (40:24-31)
With added details of the east gate (40:32-34)
And of the north gate (40:35-38)
Eight tables (40:39-43)
The chambers (40:44-47)
The porch of the house (40:48-49)


Chapter 41

The measures, parts, chambers and ornaments of the temple (41:1-26)


Chapter 42

The chambers for the priests (42:1-12)
The use of these chambers (42:13-18)
The dimensions of the outer court (42:19-20)


Chapter 43

God's glory again fills the temple (43:1-6)
The sin of Israel had prevented God's presence (43:7-9)
The prophet exhorts the people to repentance and observation of the law of the house (43:10-12)
The dimensions (43:13-17)
And the ordinances of the altar (43:18-20)
As a sin offering, a young bullock (43:21-24)
And seven young goats, shall be sacrificed (43:25-27)


Chapter 44

The east gate assigned only to the prince (44:1-3)
The priests reproved for pollution of the sanctuary (44:4-8)
Idolaters incapable of the priest's office (44:9-14)
The sons of Zadok are acceptable as priests (44:15-16)
Ordinances for the priests (44:17-31)


Chapter 45

The portion of land for the sanctuary (45:1-5)
For the city (45:6)
And for the prince (45:7-8)
Ordinances for the prince (45:9-25)


Chapter 46

Regulations for the prince, in his worship (46:1-8)
And for the people (46:9-15)
An order for the prince's inheritance (46:16-18)
The courts for boiling and baking (46:19-24)


Chapter 47

The vision of the holy waters (47:1-5)
Their healing and life-giving qualities (47:6-12)
The borders of the land (47:13-21)
It is to be divided by lot (47:22-23)


Chapter 48

Portions of the tribes (48:1-7)
Of the sanctuary, which is not to be sold or exchanged (48:8-14)
And of the city and suburbs, with their workers (48:15-20)
The remainder is set aside for the prince (48:21-22)
Portions allotted to the rest of the tribes (48:23-29)
The dimensions and gates of the city (48:30-35)


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DANIEL






Chapter 1

Jehoiakim's captivity (1:1-2)
Ashpenaz brings the four Hebrew youths to the palace school (1:3-7)
Refusing the king's portion they thrive on vegetables and water (1:8-16)
Their wisdom (1:17-21)


Chapter 2

Nebuchadnezzar forgets his dream, yet demands its interpretation under penalty of death (2:1-9)
The Chaldeans are unable even to tell the dream, and are sentenced (2:10-13)
The dream is revealed to Daniel in a vision (2:14-18)
He blesses God (2:19-23)
He is brought to the king, after asking mercy for the wise men (2:24-30)
The dream (2:31-35)
The interpretation (2:36-45)
Daniel's advancement (2:46-49)


Chapter 3

Nebuchadnezzar dedicates a golden image (3:1-7)
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego are accused (3:8-12)
They refuse to worship the image, and are cast into a furnace (3:13-23)
God delivers them (3:24-25)
Nebuchadnezzar, seeing the miracle, blesses God (3:26-30)


Chapter 4

Nebuchadnezzar praises God's kingdom (4:1-3)
He relates his dream, which the magicians cannot interpret (4:4-7)
Daniel hears the dream (4:8-18)
He interprets it (4:19-27)
Nebuchadnezzar loses his mind and kingdom because of pride (4:28-33)
But regains his reason and his throne on turning to God (4:34-37)


Chapter 5

Belshazzar's impious feast (5:1-4)
The handwriting on the wall (5:5-9)
Daniel is brought before the king (5:10-16)
He reproves the king for pride and idolatry (5:17-24)
Then reads and interprets the writing (5:25-29)
The end of Belshazzar's kingdom (5:30-31)


Chapter 6

Daniel is made chief of the presidents (6:1-3)
Who conspire against him and obtain a decree from the king (6:4-9)
Daniel accused of breaking this law, is cast into the lion's den (6:10-17)
Daniel is saved (6:18-23)
His adversaries devoured (6:24)
And God magnified by a decree of Darius (6:25-28)


Chapter 7

Daniel's vision of four beasts (7:1-8)
And of God's kingdom (7:9-14)
The interpretation of the vision (7:15-28)


Chapter 8

Daniel's vision of the ram and the he-goat (8:1-12)
The 2,300 days of sacrifice (8:13-14)
Gabriel comforts Daniel and interprets the vision (8:15-27)


Chapter 9

Daniel, considering the time of the captivity (9:1-2)
Makes confession of sins (9:3-15)
And prays for the restoration of Jerusalem (9:16-19)
Gabriel informs him of the seventy weeks (9:20-27)


Chapter 10

Daniel, having humbled himself, sees a vision (10:1-9)
Being troubled and fearful, he is comforted by the angel (10:10-17)
Strengthening by the Heavenly messenger (10:18-21)


Chapter 11

He predicts the overthrow of Persia by the king of Grecia (Greece) (11:1-4)
Leagues and conflicts between the kings of the south and of the north (11:5-29)
The invasion and tyranny of the Romans (11:30-45)


Chapter 12

Michael shall deliver Israel from trouble (12:1)
Prophecy of the resurrections (12:2-3)
Sealing of the book (12:4)
Questions regarding the great time of trouble to come (12:5-13)


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HOSEA






Chapter 1

God tells Hosea to take Gomer as his wife so that he can show his judgement for spiritual adultery (1:1-3)
And has by her Jezreel (1:4-5)
Lo-ruhmah (1:6-7)
And Lo-ammi (1:8-9)
The restoration of Judah and Israel (1:10-11)


Chapter 2

The spiritual idolatry of the people (2:1-5)
God's judgments against them (2:6-13)
His promises of reconciliation with them (2:14-23)


Chapter 3

By the type of an adulteress before redemption (3:1-3)
Is shown the desolation of Israel before restoration (3:4-5)


Chapter 4

God's judgments on the sins of the people (4:1-5)
And of the priests (4:6-11)
And on their idolatry (4:12-14)
Judah is exhorted to take warning by Israel's calamity (4:15-19)


Chapter 5

God's judgments on the priests, the people, and the princes of Israel for their manifold sins (5:1-14)
Until they repent and seek Him (5:15)


Chapter 6

An exhortation to repentance (6:1-3)
God complains of their perversity and iniquity (6:4-11)


Chapter 7

God reproves Israel for manifold sins (7:1-10)
God's wrath against them for their hypocrisy (7:11-16)


Chapter 8

Destruction is threatened for their impiety (8:1-4)
And idolatry (8:5-14)


Chapter 9

The distress and captivity of Israel for sins and idolatry (9:1-17)


Chapter 10

Israel is reproved and threatened for impiety and idolatry (10:1-15)


Chapter 11

Israel's ingratitude to God for His benefits (11:1-4)
His judgment (11:5-7)
God's mercy toward them (11:8-9)
Judah is faithful (11:10-12)


Chapter 12

He reproves Ephraim and Judah for their sins (12:1-2)
They are exhorted to repentance (12:3-6)
Ephraim's sins provoke God (12:7-14)


Chapter 13

Ephraim's glory vanishes because of idolatry (13:1-4)
God's anger at their unkindness (13:5-8)
A promise of God's mercy (13:9-14)
A judgment for rebellion (13:15-16)


Chapter 14

Israel is exhorted to repent (14:1-3)
A promise of God's blessing to Israel (14:4-9)




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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