GENESIS




Chapter 1

Creation of heaven and earth (1:1-2)
First Day Creation of the light (1:3-5)
Second Day Creation of the firmament (1:6-8)
Third Day The earth separated from the waters (1:9-13)
Fourth Day Creation of the sun, moon and stars (1:14-19)
Fifth Day Creation of fish, fowl, beasts and cattle (1:20-23)
Sixth Day Creation of Animal Life Of Earth (1:24-25)
Sixth Day Creation of man in the image of God (1:26-28)
Sixth Day Provision for food (1:29-31)


Chapter 2

The First Sabbath (2:1-3)
The manner of the creation (2:4-7)
The garden of Eden, and the river thereof (2:8-16)
The tree of knowledge (2:17-18)
Naming the creatures (2:19-20)
The making of woman and the institution of marriage (2:21-25)


Chapter 3

The serpent's deception and man's shameful fall (3:1-8)
God calls Adam and Eve to account for their actions (3:9-13)
The serpent is cursed above all beasts (3:14-15)
The punishment God promises for mankind (3:16-21)
Expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden (3:22-24)


Chapter 4

The birth of Cain and Abel (4:1-7)
The murder of Abel (4:8-9)
The curse of Cain (4:10-15)
Descendants of Cain, Enoch, the first city (4:16-18)
Lamech and his two wives (4:19-24)
Birth of Seth and Enos (4:25-26)


Chapter 5

Genealogy of Adam and the age of the patriarchs (5:1-5)
Genealogy of Seth (5:6-32)


Chapter 6

The wickedness of the world (6:1-7)
Noah finds grace with God (6:8-12)
The order, form and use of the Ark (6:13-22)


Chapter 7

Noah, his family and the creatures, enter the ark (7:1-16)
The flood (7:17-24)


Chapter 8

The flood waters subside (8:1-3)
The Ark rests on Ararat (8:4-5)
The raven and the dove (8:6-14)
Noah is commanded to leave the Ark (8:15-17)
Noah and Family leave the Ark (8:18-19)
Noah builds an altar and offers sacrifice (8:20-22)


Chapter 9

God blesses Noah (9:1-7)
God's covenant with Noah (9:8-19)
Noah plants a vineyard, gets drunk and is mocked (9:20-24)
Noah curses Canaan (9:25)
Noah blesses Shem (9:26)
Japheth blessed, and Noah dies (9:27-29)


Chapter 10

The Genealogy of Noah (10:1)
The sons of Japheth (10:2-5)
The sons of Ham (10:6-14)
The sons of Canaan (10:15-20)
The sons of Shem (10:21-32)


Chapter 11

One lanuage in the world (11:1-2)
The building of the Tower of Babel (11:3-6)
The confusion of tongues (11:7-9)
The Descendants of Shem (11:10-26)
The Descendants of Terah and his move to Haran(11:27-32)


Chapter 12

God calls Abram; and makes promises to him (12:1-3)
He departs with Lot from Haran (12:4-5)
Abram journeys through Canaan, which is promised him (12:6-9)
He is driven by a famine into Egypt (12:10-13)
He represents his wife to be his sister (12:14-16)
Sarai taken by Pharaoh, God causes plagues & Sarai returned(12:17-20)


Chapter 13

Abram and Lot return out of Egypt (13:1-4)
and agree to separate (13:5-9)
Lot goes to wicked Sodom (13:10-13)
God renews the promise to Abram (13:14-17)
Abram goes to Hebron, and builds an altar (13:18)


Chapter 14

The battle of four kings against five (14:1-11)
Lot is taken prisoner and is rescued by Abram (14:12-16)
Melchizedek blesses Abram and gives a tithe to him(14:17-20)
Abram unselfishness (14:21-24)


Chapter 15

God encourages Abram (15:1)
Abram complains for lack of an heir (15:2-3)
God promises him a son and his numerous descendants (15:4-5)
Abraham is justified by faith (15:6)
Canaan promised again and the sign for the promise(15:7-11)
Prophecy of Isreal bondage & the Lord's covenant with Abram(15:12-21)


Chapter 16

Sarai, being barren, gives Hagar to Abram (16:1-3)
Hagar despises her mistress, is punished, and runs away (16:4-6)
An angel sends her back, telling her she will bear a child (16:7-14)
Hagar bears a son who is named Ishmael (16:15-16)


Chapter 17

God renews the covenant with Abram (17:1-4)
Abram's name is changed, in token of a greater blessing (17:5-9)
Circumcision is instituted (17:10-15)
Sarai's name is changed, and she is blessed (17:15-16)
Isaac is promised; God's covenant to be through Issac (17:17-19)
Abraham and Ishmael are circumcised (17:23-27)


Chapter 18

The Lord appears to Abraham (18:1-8)
Sarah is reproved for laughing at the strange promise (18:9-15)
The destruction of Sodom is revealed to Abraham (18:16-21)
Abraham makes intercession for Sodom and its people (18:23-33)


Chapter 19

Two Angels visit Lot (19:1-3)
The wicked Sodomites stricken with blindness (19:4-11)
Lot is sent for safety into the mountains (19:12-23)
Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed (19:24-25)
Lot's wife becomes a pillar of salt (19:26-29)
Lot dwells in a cave (19:30)
The birth of Moab and Benammi (19:31-38)


Chapter 20

Abraham at Gerar (20:1)
Abraham denies his wife, and loses her (20:2)
Abimelech has a dream and rebukes Abraham (20:3-13)
He restores Sarah (20:14-16)
Abimelech and family are healed by Abraham's prayer (20:17-18)


Chapter 21

Isaac is born (21:1-3)
He is circumcised (21:4-5)
Sarah's joy (21:6-8)
Hagar and Ishmael are expelled (21:9-14)
They are in distress (21:15-16)
The angel comforts her (21:17-21)
Abimelech and Abraham make a covenant (21:22-34)


Chapter 22

God, testing Abraham's faith, commands him to sacrifice Isaac (22:1-2)
Abraham gives proof of faith and obedience (22:3-10)
The angel stops him (22:11-14)
The covenant confirmed again to Abraham (22:15-19)
The generation of Nahor to Rebekah (22:20-24)


Chapter 23

The age and death of Sarah (23:1-2)
The purchase of Machpelah, where Sarah was buried (23:3-20)


Chapter 24

Abraham gives instruction to his servant to choose a wife (24:1-9)
The servant's journey (24:10-11)
His prayer about choosing a wife (24:12-14)
Rebekah meets him, fulfilling his sign (24:15-22)
She reveals her relationship (24:23-24)
She offers hospitality (24:25)
The servant blesses God (24:26-27)
Laban entertains him (24:28-32)
The servant explains his mission (24:33-49)
Laban and Bethuel give their approval (24:50-61)
The meeting of Isaac and Rebekah (24:62-67)


Chapter 25

The sons of Abraham by Keturah (25:1-4)
Abraham dividing his goods(25:5-6)
The age, death, and burial of Abraham (25:7-11)
The descendants of Ishmael (25:12-18)
Isaac prays that the barrenness of Rebekah be healed (25:19-21)
Two children struggle in her womb (25:22-23)
The birth of Esau and Jacob (25:24-28)
Esau sells his birthright (25:29-34)


Chapter 26

Because of famine, Isaac goes to Gerar (26:1)
God guides and blesses him (26:2-6)
He denies his wife and is reproved by Abimelech (26:7-11)
He grows rich (26:12-16)
He digs three wells (26:17-22)
God appears to him at Beer-sheba (26:23-25)
Isaac and Abimelech make a covenant at Beer-sheba (26:26-33)
Esau's wives (26:34-35)


Chapter 27

Isaac sends Esau for venison (27:1-4)
Rebekah and Jacob conspire to obtain Isaac's blessing (27:5-14)
Jacob, disguised as Esau, is blessed (27:15-29)
Esau brings venison to his father (27:30-33)
He complains, and by pleading obtains a blessing also (27:34-40)
He threatens to slay Jacob (27:41-42)
Rebekah tells Jacob to go to her brother Laban (27:43-46)


Chapter 28

Isaac blesses Jacob and sends him to Padan-aram (28:1-5)
Esau marries Mahalath, daughter of Ishmael (28:6-9)
Jacob's vision of the ladder at Bethel (28:10-17)
The stone of Beth-el (28:18-19)
Jacob's vow (28:20-22)


Chapter 29

Jacob comes to the well of Haran (29:1-8)
He meets Rachel by the well (29:9-12)
He is entertained by Laban (29:13-14)
Jacob works to marry Rachel (29:15-22)
Laban decieves Jacob into marrying Leah (29:23-27)
Jacob marries Rachel also (29:28-30)
Leah has Reuben (29:31-32)
Leah has Simeon (29:33)
Leah has Levi (29:34)
Leah has Judah (29:35)


Chapter 30

Rachel gives Bilhah to Jacob (30:1-4)
Bilhah has Dan and Naphtali (30:5-9)
Leah gives Zilpah, who has Gad and Asher (30:9-13)
Reuben finds mandrakes (30:14-16)
Leah has Issachar, Zebulun and Dinah (30:17-21)
Rachel has Joseph (30:22-24)
Jacob is denied permission to depart (30:25-36)
Jacob's policy, whereby he became rich (30:37-43)


Chapter 31

Jacob leaves Laban secretly (31:1-18)
Rachel steals her father's images (31:19-21)
Laban pursues Jacob (31:22-35)
Jacob's complaint against Laban (31:36-42)
They make a covenant at Galeed (31:43-55)


Chapter 32

Jacob calls the place of his vision, Mahanaim (32:1-2)
His message to Esau (32:3-5)
Jacob fears to meet Esau (32:6-8)
He prays for deliverance (32:9-12)
He sends a present to Esau (32:13-21)
Jacob wrestles with an angel at Peniel, and his name is changed to Israel (32:22-30)
Jacob is lame (32:31-32)


Chapter 33

Jacob and Esau meet in kindness and brotherly love (33:1-16)
Jacob goes to Succoth (33:17)
He buys a field in Canaanlnd and builds an altar (33:18-20)


Chapter 34

Dinah is ravished by Shechem (34:1-3)
Shecham sues to marry Dinah (34:4-12)
Sons of Jacob agree on that the Shechemites be circumcised (34:13-19)
Hamor and Shechem persuade their people to be circumised (34:20-24)
Simeon and Levi slay the Shechemites (34:25-26)
They take the spoil of the city (34:27-29)
Jacob reproves Simeon and Levi (34:30-31)


Chapter 35

God sends Jacob to Beth-el (35:1)
Jacob purges his house of idols (35:2-5)
Jacob builds an altar unto God at Beth-el (35:6-7)
Deborah, Rebekah's nurse, dies at Allon-bachuth (35:8)
God bless Jacob at Beth-el (35:9-15)
Rachel bears Benjamin and dies (35:16-21)
Reuben lies with Bilhah (35:22)
The sons of Jacob (35:23-25)
Jacob comes to Isaac at Hebron (35:27)
The age, death, and burial of Isaac (35:28-29)


Chapter 36

Esau's three wivies (36:1-8)
Esau's sons (36:9-14)
Dukes that are Esau's sons (36:15-19)
The children of Seir (36:20-30)
The kings of Edom (36:31-39)
Dukes that are from Esau's sons (36:40-43)


Chapter 37

Jacob in Canaan (37:1)
Joseph is hated by his brothers and the coat of many colors(37:2-4)
Joseph tells his two dreams to his family(37:5-11)
Joseph goes to Shechem. His brothers plan to slay him, but Reuben saves him (37:12-25)
Joseph is sold to Ishmeelites (37:26-30)
Jacob deceived by Joseph's bloodstained coat, mourns his death (37:31-35)
Joseph is sold to Potiphar in Egypt (37:36)


Chapter 38

Judah begets Er, Onan, and Shelah (38:1-5)
Er marries Tamar (38:6-7)
The trespass of Onan (38:8-10)
Tamar waits for Shelah (38:11-12)
Judah deceived by Tamar (38:13-26)
Tamar has twins named Pharez and Zarah (38:27-30)


Chapter 39

Joseph is promoted in Potiphar's house (39:1-6)
Joseph resists the temptation of Potipher's wife (39:7-12)
Joseph is falsely accused (39:13-19)
Joseph is put into prison (39:20)
God is with Joseph in prison (39:21-23)


Chapter 40

The butler and the baker of Pharaoh with Joseph in prison (40:1-3)
Joseph is put in charge of them in prison(40:4)
Joseph interprets their dreams (40:5-19)
Their dreams come to pass according to Joseph's interpretation (40:20-22)
The butler forgets what Joseph did for him (40:23)


Chapter 41

Pharaoh's first dream (41:1-4)
Pharaoh's second dream (41:5-8)
Butler tells the Pharaoh about Joseph (41:9-13)
Pharaoh tells his dream to Joseph (41:14-24)
Joseph foretells the famine (41:25-32)
Joseph gives Pharaoh counsel (41:33-36)
Joseph is made ruler over Egypt (41:37-49)
Joseph's son Manasseh and Ephraim are born (41:50-53)
The famine begins (41:54-57)


Chapter 42

Jacob sends his ten sons to buy corn in Egypt (42:1-9)
They are accused as spies (42:9-15)
All ten brothers are put in prison (42:16)
Everyone is freed except Simeon so that they will return and bring Benjamin (42:18-20)
The brothers have remorse for what they did to Joseph (42:21-24)
They return home and recount their experience (42:25-34)
They find money in their sacks and Jacob refuses to let Bemjamin go (42:35-38)


Chapter 43

Jacob is persuaded to send Benjamin (43:1-14)
Joseph entertains his brothers (43:15-30)
The brothers have a feast together (43:31-34)


Chapter 44

Joseph's policy to delay his brothers (44:1-13)
Judah pleads for Benjamin's release (44:14-34)


Chapter 45

Joseph makes himself known (45:1-4)
Joseph comforts them in that it was God's plan (45:5-8)
Joseph sends for his father (45:9-15)
Pharaoh is pleased with Joseph (45:16-20)
Joseph provides for their journey, sending gifts for his father (45:21-24)
Jacob is revived with the news that Joseph is alive (45:25-28)


Chapter 46

Jacob is comforted by God at Beer-sheba (46:1-4)
Jacob journeys to Egypt (46:5-7)
Jacob's family in Egypt (46:8-28)
Joseph comes to meet his father (46:29-30)
Joseph instructs his brothers how to answer Pharaoh (46:31-34)


Chapter 47

Joseph presents five of his brothers to the Pharaoh (47:1-6)
Jacob before the Pharaoh (47:7-10)
Joseph provides for them (47:11-12)
Joseph collects the Egyptian's money (47:13-15)
People give their animlas for exchange for food or money (47:16-17)
People give their lands to the Pharaoh (47:18-22)
The lands are rented for a fifth of the harvest (47:23-28)
Joseph's promise to bury Jacob with his fathers (47:29-31)


Chapter 48

Joseph brings his sons to Jacob (48:1-2)
Jacob tells of God's promise (48:3-4)
He takes Ephraim and Manasseh as his own (48:5-6)
He tells of Rachel's grave (48:7-8)
Jacob blesses Ephraim and Manasseh, preferring the younger to the elder (48:9-20)
Jacob foretells the return of his sons to Canaan (48:22)


Chapter 49

Jacob calls his sons to bless them (49:1-2)
Their individual blessings (49:3-28)
Jacob charges his sons concerning his burial, and dies (49:29-33)


Chapter 50

The mourning for Jacob (50:1-3)
Joseph has permission to go bury his father (50:4-14)
Joseph comforts his brothers (50:15-21)
Joseph's age (50:22-23)
Joseph foretells his brothers' departure from this land (50:24-25)
Joseph dies and is put in a coffin (50:26)




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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