JOHN



Chapter 1

The divinity, of Jesus Christ (1:1-5)
The forerunner of Christ (1:6-8)
The rejection of Christ (1:9-11)
The acceptance of Christ (1:12-14)
The testimony of John concerning Christ (1:15-38)
The calling of Andrew, Peter, Philip and Nathanael (1:39-51)


Chapter 2

Christ turns water into wine (2:1-11)
Departs into Capernaum, and to Jerusalem (2:12-13)
Where He purges the temple of buyers and sellers (2:14-17)
He foretells His death and resurrection (2:18-22)
Many believe because of His miracles, but He will not trust Himself to them (2:23-25)


Chapter 3

Christ teaches Nicodemus the necessity of regeneration (3:1-13)
Of faith in His death (3:14-15)
The great love of God towards the world (3:16-17)
Condemnation for unbelief (3:18-22)
The baptism, witness and teaching of John concerning Christ (3:23-36)


Chapter 4

Christ talks with a woman of Samaria, and reveals Himself to her (4:1-26)
His disciples marvel (4:27-30)
He tells them the source of His power (4:31-38)
Many Samaritans believe in Him (4:39-42)
He departs into Galilee, and heals the ruler's son who lay sick in Capernaum (4:43-54)


Chapter 5

Christ on the sabbath day cures the man who was diseased thirty-eight years (5:1-9)
The Jews find fault, and persecute Him for it (5:10-16)
He answers for Himself, and reproves them, showing by the testimony of His Father (5:17-30)
Witness of John the baptist (5:31-35)
Witness of the works of Christ (5:36-38)
Witness of the Scriptures, who He is (5:39-47)


Chapter 6

Christ feeds five thousand men with five loaves and two fishes (6:1-14)
There upon the people would have made Him king (6:15)
But withdrawing Himself, He walks on the sea to His disciples (6:16-30)
Reproves the people flocking after Him, and all the fleshly hearers of His word (6:26-31)
And declares Himself to be the bread of life to believers (6:32-59)
Many disciples depart from Him (6:60-67)
Peter acknowledges Him as Christ (6:68-69)
Judas is described as a devil (6:70-71)


Chapter 7

Christ reproves the ambition and boldness of His kinsmen (7:1-9)
He goes up from Galilee to the feast of tabernacles (7:10-13)
And teaches in the temple (7:14-36)
Christ reveals the "living Water" (7:37-39)
Divided opinions about Christ (7:40-44)
The Pharisees are angry that their officers did not take Him, and rebuke Nicodemus for taking His part (7:45-53)


Chapter 8

Christ frees the woman taken in adultery (8:1-11)
He reveals Himself as the light of the world, and justifies His teachings (8:12-32)
He answers the Jews who boasted of Abraham (8:33-58)
And escapes from their cruelty (8:59)


Chapter 9

The man who was born blind is restored to sight (9:1-12)
He is brought to the Pharisees (9:13-23)
They are offended at the blind man's testimony, and excommunicate him (9:24-34)
But he is received by Christ (9:35-38)
Those whom Christ enlightens (9:39-41)


Chapter 10

Christ is the door and the good shepherd (10:1-23)
He proves by His works that He is Christ, the Son of God (10:24-38)
Escapes the Jews (10:39)
And goes again beyond Jordan, where many believe in Him (10:40-42)


Chapter 11

The death of Lazarus (11:1-24)
Jesus tells Martha, " I am the resurrection and the Life " (11:25-26)
Christ raises Lazarus, four days after his burial (11:27-44)
Many Jews believe because of the things He did (11:45-46)
The high priests and Pharisees conspire against Christ (11:47-48)
Caiaphas prophesies (11:49-53)
Christ hides Himself (11:54)
At the passover they ask about Him (11:55-56)
They plan to seize Him (11:57)


Chapter 12

Christ commends Mary for anointing His feet (12:1-8)
The people flock to see Lazarus (12:9)
The high priests plot to kill Lazarus (12:10-11)
Christ rides into Jerusalem (12:12-19)
Greeks desire to see Him (12:20-22)
He foretells His death (12:23-36)
The Jews are generally blinded (12:37-41)
Yet many chief rulers believe, but do not confess Him (12:42-43)
Jesus Christ come not to judge the world, but to save it (12:44-50)


Chapter 13

Christ washes the disciples' feet, exhorting them to humility and charity (13:1-17)
He foretells His betrayal by Judas (13:18-30)
Commands them to love one another (13:31-35)
And forewarns Peter of his denial (13:36-38)


Chapter 14

Christ comforts His disciples by telling them about heaven (14:1-5)
Jesus said, " I am the way, the truth, and the life " and one with the Father (14:6-12)
He assures them that their prayers in His name will be answered (14:13-14)
Requests love and obedience (14:15)
Promises the Holy Spirit, the Comforter (14:16-21)
Jesus answers Judas (14:22-26)
And leaves them His peace (14:27-31)


Chapter 15

The consolation and mutual love between Christ and His followers shown by the parable of the vine (15:1-17)
A comfort in the hatred and persecution of the world (15:18-25)
The work of the Holy Spirit, and of the apostles (15:26-27)


Chapter 16

Christ comforts His disciples with the promise of the Holy Spirit, His resurrection and ascension (16:1-22)
He assures them that their prayers made in His name will be answered by His Father (16:23-32)
Peace in Christ, but affliction in the world (16:33)


Chapter 17

Christ prays to His Father to glorify Him (17:1-5)
and to preserve His disciples (17:6-14)
Keep them from the evil one (17:15-16)
And sanctify them in God's truth (17:17-19)
To glorify them, and all other believers with Him in heaven (17:20-26)


Chapter 18

Judas betrays his Master (18:1-5)
The officers fall to the ground before Christ (18:6-9)
Peter smites off Malchus' ear (18:10-11)
Christ is taken, and led to Annas and Caiaphas (18:12-13)
Peter's denial (18:15-18)
Christ is examined before Caiaphas (18:19-27)
His arraignment before Pilate (18:28-35)
The nature of Christ's kingdom is explained to Pilate (18:36-39)
The Jews demand that Barabbas be freed (18:40)


Chapter 19

Christ is scourged, crowned with thorns, and beaten (19:1-3)
Pilate attempts to release Him, but thwarted by the Jews, is forced to allow His crucifixion (19:4-22)
They cast lots for His garments (19:23-24)
Christ commends His mother to John (19:25-29)
He dies (19:30-33)
His side is pierced (19:34-37)
He is buried by Joseph and Nicodemus (19:38-42)


Chapter 20

Mary comes in to the sepulchre (20:1-2)
As also do Peter and John, not knowing of the resurrection (20:3-10)
The risen Christ appears to Mary Magdalene (20:11-18)
Christ appears to His disciples (20:19-23)
The incredulity and confession of Thomas (20:24-29)
The purpose of this gospel (20:30-31)


Chapter 21

Christ appears again to His disciples and is recognized by the great multitude of fishes (21:1-11)
He eats with seven disciples (21:12-14)
And commands Simon Peter to feed His lambs and sheep (21:15-17)
Christ tells Peter of his death (21:18-21)
And rebukes his question about John (21:22-23)
The conclusion (21:24-25)


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ACTS



Chapter 1

Christ prepares the apostles for His ascension and the coming of the Holy Spirit (1:1-8)
He ascends, and two angels tell of His coming again (1:9-11)
The apostles devote themselves to prayer (1:12-14)
They choose Matthias in the place of Judas (1:15-26)


Chapter 2

The apostles are filled with the Holy Spirit and witness in many languages (2:1-6)
Their hearers are amazed (2:7-13)
Peter preaches the Messiah crucified, risen, the worker of miracles (2:14-36)
He baptizes three thousand converts (2:37-41)
The apostles work miracles (2:42-43)
The converts share all their possessions (2:44-46)
And God adds daily to His church (2:47)


Chapter 3

A man lame from birth is healed (3:1-11)
Peter rebukes them for crucifying Jesus Christ (3:12-15)
And tells the throng how the miracle was performed (3:16)
Because they sinned through ignorance (3:17-18)
He exhorts them to repent and seek salvation in the same Jesus Christ (3:19-26)


Chapter 4

The rulers of the Jews, offended by Peter's sermon (4:1-2)
Imprison him and John (4:3-4)
Peter preaches boldly to the sanhedrin (4:5-12)
They warn him and John to preach no more in the name of Jesus Christ (4:13-22)
The church prays for God's help (4:23-30)
God shows that He has heard their prayer (4:31)
Early church voluntarily shares (4:32-37)


Chapter 5

Ananias and Sapphira, his wife, fall dead at Peter's rebuke of their hypocrisy (5:1-11)
The rest of the apostles work many miracles (5:12-13)
And more believers are added to the church (5:14-16)
The apostles are again imprisoned (5:17-18)
But are delivered by an angel who bids them to preach openly (5:19-20)
After they teach, accordingly, in the temple (5:21-26)
And before the council (5:27-32)
They are in danger of being killed, but by the advice of Gamaliel they are kept alive (5:33-39)
And being but beaten, they glorify God and preach without ceasing (5:40-42)


Chapter 6

The apostles, determined to neglect neither physical needs nor ministry of the word(6:1-2)
Appoint seven chosen men as deacons (6:3-4)
Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Spirit, is one of them (6:5-11)
Who is taken by those whom he has confounded in debate (6:12)
And is falsely accused of blasphemy against the law and the temple (6:13-15)


Chapter 7

Stephen, permitted to answer the accusation of blasphemy (7:1-2)
Shows that Abraham worshipped God rightly (7:3-7)
And tells how God chose the fathers (7:8-19)
Before Moses was born, and before the tabernacle and temple were built (7:20-36)
He declares that Moses himself witnessed to Christ (7:37-43)
Stephen continues his defense, declaring with Isaiah that God does not dwell in temples made by hands (7:44-50)
He rebukes the Jews' rebellion and murder of Christ, whose coming the prophets foretold (7:51-53)
At this they stone him to death, as he commends his soul to Jesus and humbly prays for them (7:54-60)


Chapter 8

Because of persecution by Saul and others in Jerusalem, the church is planted in Samaria (8:1-4)
Philip, the deacon, who preaches and baptizes many, among whom is Simon the magician (8:5-13)
Peter and John come to confirm and enlarge the church, where by prayer and laying on of hands the Holy Spirit is given (8:14-17)
When Simon seeks to buy this power from them (8:18-19)
Peter sharply reproves his hypocrisy and covetousness, and exhorts him to repent (8:20-24)
Peter and John preach in Samaria and return to Jerusalem (8:25)
The angel of God sends Philip to teach and baptize the Ethiopian eunuch (8:26-40)


Chapter 9

Saul, going toward Damascus (9:1-3)
Is stricken down to the earth (9:4-9)
Is called by Christ to be and apostle (9:10-16)
And is baptized by Ananias (9:17-19)
He preaches Christ boldly (9:20-22)
The Jews lay wait to kill him (9:23-28)
As also do the Grecians, but he escapes both (9:29-30)
The church is free from persecution (9:31-32)
Peter heals Aeneas of the palsy (9:33-35)
And restores Dorcas to life (9:36-43)


Chapter 10

Cornelius, a devout man (10:1-4)
At the command of an angel sends for Peter (10:5-8)
Who, by a vision (10:9-14)
Is taught not to despise the Gentiles (10:15-22)
As he preaches Christ to Cornelius and his company (10:23-43)
The Holy Ghost descends on them (10:44-47)
And they are baptized (10:48)


Chapter 11

Peter, being accused of eating with Gentiles (11:1-3)
Makes his defense (11:4-17)
Which is accepted (11:18)
As the gospel spreads to Phenice (Phoenicia), Cyprus, and Antioch, Barnabas is sent to confirm the converts (11:19-25)
The disciples are called Christians for the first time (11:26)
They send relief to their Judaean brethren in time of famine (11:27-30)


Chapter 12

Herod persecutes the Christians (12:1)
kills James (12:2)
Imprisons Peter (12:3-6)
Whom an angel delivers, as the church prays (12:7-19)
In his pride, Herod takes to himself the honor due God, is stricken by an angel, and dies miserably (12:20-23)
After his death, the word of God prospers (12:24-25)


Chapter 13

Paul and Barnabas are chosen for ministry to the Gentiles (13:1-5)
Of Sergius Paulus and Elymas, the sorcerer (13:6-13)
Paul, at Antioch, preaches Jesus as Christ (13:14-41)
The Gentiles beg Paul to preach to them (13:42-44)
But the Jews oppose and blaspheme (13:45)
Whereupon Paul and Barnabas turn to the Gentiles (13:46-47)
Of whom many believe (13:48-52)


Chapter 14

Paul and Barnabas are driven by persecution from Iconium (14:1-7)
At Lystra Paul heals a cripple, whereupon the apostles are reputed to be gods (14:8-18)
Paul is stoned (14:19-20)
Paul and Barnabas visit many churches, confirming the disciples in faith and patience (14:21-25)
Returning to Antioch, they report what God has done through them (14:26-28)


Chapter 15

Great dissension arises over circumcision (15:1-5)
The apostles consult about it (15:6-11)
Paul, Barnabas, and James testify (15:12-21)
And send their decision, by letters, to the churches (15:22-35)
Paul and Barnabas, planning again to visit the brethren together, have a dispute and depart separately (15:36-41)


Chapter 16

Paul circumcises Timothy (16:1-5)
And is called by the Spirit to Macedonia (16:6-13)
He converts Lydia (16:14-15)
And frees a girl of an evil spirit (16:16-18)
For which cause he and Silas are whipped and imprisoned (16:19-24)
The prison doors are opened (16:25-30)
The jailer is converted (16:31-34)
And they are freed (16:35-40)


Chapter 17

Paul preaches at Thessalonica (17:1-3)
Where some believe, and others persecute him (17:4-9)
He is sent to Berea, and preaches there (17:10-12)
Being persecuted at Thessalonica (17:13-14)
He comes to Mars Hill in Athens, debates, and preaches the living God who is unknown to them (17:15-33)
At which some are converted to Christ (17:34)


Chapter 18

Paul labors with his hands, and preaches at Corinth to the Gentiles (18:1-8)
The Lord encourages him in a vision (18:9-11)
He is accused before Gallio, the deputy, but is dismissed (18:12-17)
Afterwards, passing from city to city, he strengthens the disciples (18:18-23)
Apollos, being more fully instructed by Aquila and Priscilla (18:24-27)
Preaches Christ with great grace and power (18:28)


Chapter 19

The Holy Spirit is given by Paul's hands (19:1-7)
The Jews bitterly reject his teachings, which are confirmed by miracles (19:8-12)
The Jewish exorcists (19:13-15)
Are beaten by the evil spirit (19:16-18)
Books on magic are burned (19:19-23)
Demetrius, for love of profits, raises an uproar against Paul (19:24-34)
But is quieted by the town clerk (19:35-41)


Chapter 20

Paul goes to Macedonia (20:1-6)
He celebrates the Lord's Supper, and preaches (20:7-8)
Eutychus falls from the third story (20:9)
But is restored to life (20:10-16)
At Miletus Paul calls the elders together, tells them what shall befall him (20:17-27)
Commits God's flock to them (20:28)
Warns them of false teachers (20:29-31)
Commends them to God (20:32-35)
Prays with them and goes his way (20:36-38)


Chapter 21

Paul cannot be deterred from going to Jerusalem (21:1-6)
Philip's daughters are prophetesses (21:7-16)
Paul comes to Jerusalem (21:17-26)
Where he is seized, and in great danger (21:27-30)
But is rescued by the chief captain (21:31-39)
Pauls defense before the people (21:40)


Chapter 22

Paul declares in public how he was converted (22:1-11)
Received by Ananias (22:12-16)
And called to the apostleship (22:17-21)
When he mentions the Gentiles, the Jews denounce him (22:22-23)
He is about to be scourged (22:24)
But claims his privilege as a Roman citizen (22:25-30)


Chapter 23

Paul pleads his cause before the sanhedrin (23:1)
Ananias, the high priest, commands his followers to strike him (23:2-6)
Dissension among Paul's accusers (23:7-10)
God encourages him (23:11)
The Jews, lying in wait for Paul (23:12-17)
Are reported to the chief captain (23:18-23)
He sends the apostle to Felix, the governor (23:24-35)


Chapter 24

Paul, being accused by Tertullus, the orator (24:1-9)
Answers for his life and teachings (24:10-23)
He preaches Christ to Felix, the governor, and his wife (24:24-25)
The governor hopes in vain for a bribe (24:26)
Retiring from his office after two years, Felix leaves Paul in prison (24:27)


Chapter 25

The Jews accuse Paul before Festus (25:1-7)
Paul answers for himself (25:8-10)
And appeals to Caesar (25:11-13)
Afterwards, Festus opens Paul's case before King Agrippa (25:14-22)
And he is brought forth (25:23-24)
Festus clears him, as having done nothing worthy of death (25:25-27)


Chapter 26

Paul, in the presence of Agrippa, describes his life from his childhood (26:1-11)
And how he was miraculously converted, and called to be an apostle (26:12-23)
Festus charges him with insanity, to which he answers quietly (26:24-27)
Agrippa almost persuaded to be a christian (26:28-29)
The whole company pronounces him innocent (26:30-32)


Chapter 27

Paul, on a ship bound for Rome (27:1-9)
Foretells the danger of the voyage (27:10)
But his prophecy is doubted by the centurion and the ship's owner (27:11-13)
They are tossed about by a storm at sea (27:14-38)
And suffer shipwreck (27:39-41)
Yet all come safely to land (27:42-44)


Chapter 28

Paul, after his shipwreck, is kindly treated by the barbarians (28:1-2)
The viper on his hand does not hurt him (28:3-6)
He heals many diseases in the island (28:7-10)
Paul's company departs for Rome (28:11-16)
He states openly to the Jews in Rome the cause of his coming (28:17-23)
After his preaching, some are converted and some do not believe (28:24-29)
Yet he preaches there two years (28:30-31)




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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