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Chapter 1

Moses takes a census of the people to see who can go to war (1:1-4)
The princes and numbering of the tribes (1:5-46)
The Levites are exempted for the service of the Lord (1:47-54)


Chapter 2

The order of the tribes in their tents in the East (2:1-9)
The order of the tribes in their tents in the South (2:10-16)
The order of the tribes in their tents in the Middle (2:17)
The order of the tribes in their tents in the West (2:18-24)
The order of the tribes in their tents in the North (2:25-31)
The camp of Israel is arranged (2:32-34)


Chapter 3

The sons of Aaron (3:1-4)
The Levites are given to the priest for the service of the tabernacle (3:5-10)
God uses the tribe of Levi instead of the first born (3:11-13)
The Levites are numbered by their families (3:14-20)
The families, number and charge of the Gershonites (3:21-26)
The families, number the charge of the Kohathites and the Merarites (3:27-37)
The place and charge of Moses and Aaron (3:38-39)
The first born are freed by the Levites (3:40-43)
The surplus of the first born are redeemed (3:44-51)


Chapter 4

The age and time of the Levites' service (4:1-3)
The service of the Kohathites (4:4-15)
The charge of Eleazar (4:16)
The office of the priests (4:17-20)
The service of the Gershonites (4:21-28)
The service of the Merarites (4:29-33)
The number of the Kohathites (4:34-38)
The number of the Gershonites (4:38-41)
The number of the Merarites (4:42-49)


Chapter 5

The unclean are removed out of the camp (5:1-4)
Restitution is to be made for sin (5:5-10)
The trial of jealousy (5:11-31)


Chapter 6

The law of the Nazarites (6:1-21)
Priestly Benediction by Aaron (6:22-27)


Chapter 7

The offering of the princes at the dedication of the tabernacle (7:1-9)
Their several offerings at the dedication of the altar (7:10-88)
God speaks to Moses from the mercy seat (7:89)


Chapter 8

Aaron lights the seven lamps in the tabernacle (8:1-4)
The cleansing of the Levites (8:5-22)
The age and time of their service (8:23-26)


Chapter 9

The passover is commanded again (9:1-5)
A second passover allowed for them that were unclean or absent (9:6-14)
The cloud covers the tabernacle (9:15-23)


Chapter 10

The use of the silver trumpets (10:1-10)
The Israelites depart from Mount Sinai to Paran (10:11-13)
The order of their march (10:14-28)
Hobab is entreated by Moses not to leave them (10:29-32)
The blessing of Moses at the removing and resting of the ark (10:33-36)


Chapter 11

Moses' prayer stops the burning at Taberah (11:1-3)
The people lust for flesh and loathe manna (11:4-9)
Moses complains about the people (11:10-13)
Moses complains about his own life (11:14-15)
God divides Moses's burden among seventy elders (11:16-30)
God provides Quails (11:31-32)
God sends plagues (11:33-35)


Chapter 12

Miriam and Aaron speak out against Moses(12:1-9)
Miriam's leprosy is healed though God commands her to be shut out of the host (12:10-16)


Chapter 13

The men who were sent to search out the land of Canaan (13:1-16)
Moses instructions to the spies (13:17-20)
The spies acts in Canaan (13:21-25)
Their unfavorable report of the spies (13:26-33)


Chapter 14

The people murmur at the news (14:1-12)
Moses pleads with God and obtains pardon (14:13-25)
The murmurers are forbidden to enter into the land (14:26-35)
The men who brought the unfavorable report die by a plague (14:36-39)
The people who want to invade the land against the will of God are smitten (14:40-45)


Chapter 15

The law of the meal offering and the drink offering (15:1-13)
The stranger is under the same law (15:13-16)
The law of the first of the dough for a heave offering (15:17-21)
The sacrifice for the sin of ignorance (15:22-29)
The punishment of the presumptuous person (15:30-31)
The man who violated the sabbath is stoned (15:32-36)
The law of wearing fringes as a remembrance (15:37-41)


Chapter 16

The rebellion of Korah, Dathan and Abiram (16:1-22)
Moses separates the people from the rebel's tents (16:23-30)
The earth swallows up Korah, and a fire consumes others (16:31-35)
The censers are reserved for holy use (16:36-40)
Fourteen thousand and seven hundred are slain by a plague for murmuring against Moses and Aaron (16:41-45)
Aaron by incense stays the plague (16:46-50)


Chapter 17

Of all the rods, only Aaron's flourishes (17:1-13)


Chapter 18

The charge of the priest and Levites (18:1-8)
The priest's portion (18:9-20)
The Levite's portion (18:21-24)
The heave offering to the priests out of the Levite's portion (18:25-32)


Chapter 19

The water of separation made of the ashes of a red heifer (19:1-10)
The law for the use of it in purification of the unclean (19:11-22)


Chapter 20

The Israelites come to Zin, where Miriam dies (20:1)
They murmur for want of water (20:2-6)
Moses, smiting the rock, brings forth water at Meribah (20:7-13)
Moses at Kadesh desires passage through Edom, which is denied him (20:14-21)
At Mount Hor Aaron resigns his place to Eleazar, and dies (20:22-29)


Chapter 21

The Israelites, with some loss, destroy the Canaanites at Hormah (21:1-3)
The people, murmuring, are plagued with fiery serpents (21:4-6)
Repenting, they are healed by a brazen serpent (21:7-9)
Various journeys of the Israelites (21:10-20)
Sihon is overcome (21:21-32)
Og is defeated (21:33-35)


Chapter 22

Balak's first message for Balaam is refused (22:1-14)
After a second message from Balak, Balaam goes with the Moabite princes (22:15-21)
An angel would have slain him, if his ass had not saved him (22:22-35)
Balak entertains him (22:36-41)


Chapter 23

Balak's sacrifice (23:1-6)
Balaam's parable (23:7-30)


Chapter 24

Balaam, leaving divination, prophesies the happiness of Israel (24:1-9)
Balak in anger dismisses him (24:10-14)
He prophesies of the star of Jacob, and the destruction of some nations (24:15-25)


Chapter 25

The Israelites commit idolatry at Shittim (25:1-5)
Phinehas kills Zimri and Cozbi (25:6-9)
God therefore gives him an everlasting priesthood (25:10-15)
The Midianites are to be vexed (25:16-18)


Chapter 26

The second census taken of Israel (26:1-51)
The law of dividing among them the inheritance of the land (26:52-56)
The families and number of the Levites (26:57-62)
None were left of those who were numbered at Sinai except Caleb and Joshua (26:63-65)


Chapter 27

The daughters of Zelophehad sue for an inheritance (27:1-5)
The law of inheritances (27:6-11)
Moses is told of his death (27:12-14)
Moses asks God to appoint his successor (27:15-17)
Joshua is named to suceed Moses (27:18-23)


Chapter 28

Offerings are to be observed (28:1-2)
The continual burnt offering (28:3-8)
The offering on the sabbath (28:9-10)
The offering at the new moons (28:11-15)
The observance of the passover (28:16-25)
The observance of the day of first fruits at the feast of weeks (28:26-31)


Chapter 29

The offering at the feast of trumpets (29:1-6)
Day of Atonement (29:7-12)
The feast of tabernacles offerings (29:13-40)


Chapter 30

Vows are not to be broken (30:1-2)
The exception of a maid's vow (30:3-5)
The wife's vow (30:6-8)
The widow's, or her that is divorced vows (30:9-16)


Chapter 31

The Midianites are killed, and Balaam slain (31:1-12)
Moses is angry with the officers for saving the women alive (31:13-18)
How the soldiers with their captives and spoil are to be purified (31:19-24)
The proportion whereby the prey is to be divided (31:25-47)
The voluntary offering (31:48-54)


Chapter 32

The Reubenites and Gadites sue for their inheritance beyond Jordan (32:1-5)
Moses reproves them (32:6-15)
They offer conditions which are satisfactory to him (32:16-32)
Moses assigns them the land (32:33-38)
They conquer it (32:39-42)


Chapter 33

From Egypt to Sinai (33:1-15)
From Sinai to Kadesh (33:16-17)
Forty-two journeys of the Israelites (33:18-36)
From Kadesh to Moab (33:37-49)
The Canaanites are to be destroyed (33:50-56)


Chapter 34

The borders of Canaan's land (34:1-15)
The names of the men who will divide the land (34:16-29)


Chapter 35

Forty-eight Levitical cities (35:1-5)
Six are to be cities of refuge (35:6-8)
The laws of murder (35:9-30)
No satisfaction for murder (35:31-34)


Chapter 36

The problem of the inheritance of daughters (36:1-4)
is solved by their marrying in their own tribes (36:5-6)
lest the inheritance be taken from the tribe (36:7-9)
The daughters of Zelophehad marry their father's brothers' sons (36:10-13)


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DEUTERONOMY



Chapter 1

Moses's speech, in the fortieth year, briefly reviewing the story (1:1-5)
of God's promise, and of giving them officers (1:6-18)
of sending the spies to search the land (1:19-33)
of God's anger at their incredulity and disobedience (1:34-40)
Defeat at Hormah (1:41-46)


Chapter 2

The story is continued, that they were not to meddle with the Edomites (2:1-8)
Not to meddle with the Moabites (2:9-16)
Not to meddle with the Ammonites (2:17-23)
but Sihon the Amorite was subdued by them (2:24-37)


Chapter 3

The story of the conquest of Og, king of Bashan (3:1-11)
The distribution of his lands to the two tribes and a half (3:12-22)
Moses's prayer to enter into the land (3:23-25)
Moses is permitted to see Canaan (3:26-29)


Chapter 4

An exhortation to obedience (4:1-8)
Israel experience at Horeb (4:9-14)
Warning against Idolatry (4:15-40)
Moses appoints the three cities of refuge beyond Jordan (4:41-49)


Chapter 5

The covenant in Horeb (5:1-5)
The ten commandments (5:6-21)
At the people's request Moses receives the law from God (5:22-33)


Chapter 6

The purpose of the law and an exhortation to obey it (6:1)
The Great Commandment (6:2-9)
Warning against disobedience (6:10-25)


Chapter 7

All communion with other nations is forbidden (7:1-3)
For fear of idolatry (7:4-5)
For the holiness of the people (7:6-8)
For the nature of God in His mercy and justice (7:9-11)
Blessing of Obedience to God (7:12-16)
For the assuredness of victory (7:17-26)


Chapter 8

An exhortation to obedience and remembrance (8:1-10)
Warning about forgetting God (8:11-20)


Chapter 9

Moses changes their opinion of their own righteousness by recalling their numerous rebellions (9:1-29)


Chapter 10

God's mercy in restoring the two tables (10:1-5)
In continuing the priesthood (10:6-7)
In separating the tribe of Levi (10:8-9)
In hearing Moses's plea for the people (10:10-22)


Chapter 11

An exhortation to obey the commandments (11:1)
Their own experience of God's great works (11:2-7)
Promise of God's great blessings (11:8-15)
God's warnings about serving other Gods and punishment (11:16-17)
A careful study of God's words is required (11:18-25)
A blessing and a curse are set before them (11:26-32)


Chapter 12

Monuments of idolatry are to be destroyed (12:1-4)
The place of God's service is to be kept (12:5-14)
Blood is forbidden (12:15-16)
Holy things must be eaten in the holy place (12:17-18)
The Levite is not to be forsaken (12:19-28)
Idolatry is not to be practiced (12:29-32)


Chapter 13

Enticers to idolatry (13:1-5)
If somebody you know ask to serve other gods (13:6-8)
They are to be stoned to death (13:9-11)
Idolatrous cities are not to be spared (13:12-18)


Chapter 14

God's children are not to disfigure themselves in mourning (14:1-2)
What may, and what may not be eaten (14:3)
What beasts you may eat and what you can't eat (14:4-8)
What fishes you may eat and what you can't eat (14:9-10)
What fowls you may eat andf what you can't eat (14:11-20)
Animals which dies of itself may not be eaten (14:21)
Tithes of divine service (14:22)
Tithes and firstlings eaten before the Lord (14:23-27)
In the third year tithe of alms (14:28-29)


Chapter 15


In the seventh year release for the poor (15:1-6)
Sending or giving to the needy must continue (15:7-11)
A Hebrew slave (15:12)
Unless he will not leave, must in the seventh year go forth free and well provisioned (15:13-18)
Offering fhe firstling (15:19-23)


Chapter 16


The feast of the passover (16:1-8)
The Feast of weeks (16:9-12)
The Feast of tabernacles (16:13-15)
Every male must offer at these three feasts, according to his blessing from the Lord (16:16-17)
Of judges and justice (16:18-20)
Groves aren't allowed near the altar of God and images are forbidden (16:21-22)


Chapter 17


The things sacrificed must be sound (17:1)
Idolaters must be slain (17:2-7)
Hard controversies are to be ruled upon by the priests and judges (17:8-11)
The condemner of their decision must die (17:12-13)
The election and duty of a king (17:14-17)
He shall be guided by the law of the Lord (17:18-20)


Chapter 18


The rightful dues of the priests and Levites are the offerings to the Lord (18:1-2)
The priest's due and the Levite's portion (18:3-8)
The abominations of the nations are to be avoided (18:9-14)
Christ the Prophet is foretold. The people are to hearken unto Him (18:15-19)
God commands that the presumptuous prophet is to die (18:20-22)


Chapter 19

The cities of refuge (19:1-3)
These are provided for the man who kills another unintentionally (19:4-13)
The neighbor's landmark is not to be removed (19:14)
Two witnesses, at least, required (19:15)
The punishment of a false witness (19:16-21)


Chapter 20

The priest's exhortation to encourage the people to battle (20:1-4)
Men who are to be dismissed from the war (20:5-9)
What to do to the cities that accept or refuse the proclamation of peace (20:10-15)
What cities must be dedicated (20:16-18)
Man's food trees must not be destroyed (20:19-20)


Chapter 21

Atonement for an uncertain murder (21:1-9)
The treatment of a captive taken for a wife (21:10-14)
The first born is not to be disinherited on private preference (21:15-17)
A stubborn son shall be stoned to death (21:18-21)
The body must not hang all night on a tree (21:22-23)


Chapter 22

Of humanity toward brethren (22:1-4)
The sexes are to be distinguished by clothes they wear (22:5)
The dam is not to be taken with her young ones (22:6-7)
The house must have battlements (22:8)
Confusion is to be avoided (22:9-11)
Fringes upon the vesture (22:12)
The punishment of the one who slanders his wife (22:13-19)
The punishment of adultery (22:20-24)
The punishment of rape (22:25-28)
The punishment of fornication (22:28-29)
Incest (22:30)


Chapter 23

Who may or may not enter into the congregation (23:1-8)
Uncleanness to be avoided in the host (23:9-10)
Cleanness during war of filthiness (23:11-14)
Of the fugitive servant (23:15-17)
Of abominable sacrifices (23:18)
The lending of usury (23:19-20)
The keeping of vows (23:21-23)
Of trespasses (23:24-25)


Chapter 24

The law of divorce (24:1-4)
A newly married man goes not to war (24:5)
The law of pledges (24:6)
The law of stealing (24:7)
The law of leprosy (24:8-13)
Wages are to be given to the hired servant (24:14-15)
The law of justice (24:16-18)
Of charity toward the stranger, the fatherless, and the widow (24:19-22)


Chapter 25

A condemned man must not be beaten with more than forty stripes (25:1-3)
The ox is not to be muzzled (25:4)
Of raising seed unto a brother (25:5-10)
Of the immodest woman (25:11-12)
Of unjust weights (25:13-16)
The memory of Amalek is to be blotted out (25:17-19)


Chapter 26

The confession of him that offers the basket of first fruits (26:1-11)
The prayer of him that gives his third year tithes (26:12-15)
The covenant between God and the people (26:16-19)


Chapter 27

The people are commanded to write the law upon stones (27:1-4)
To build an altar of whole stones (27:5-10)
The tribes divided on Gerizim and Ebal (27:11-13)
The curses pronounced on Mount Ebal (27:14-26)


Chapter 28

The blessings for obedience (28:1-14)
The curses for disobedience (28:15-68)


Chapter 29

Moses exhorts them to obedience (29:1-9)
All are presented before the Lord to enter into His covenant (29:10-17)
The great wrath on him who prides himself in his wickedness (29:18-28)
Secret things belong unto God (29:29)


Chapter 30

Great mercies promised to the repentant (30:1-10)
The commandment is not hard (30:11-14)
Death and life are set before them (30:15-20)


Chapter 31

Moses encourages the people (31:1-6)
He encourages Joshua (31:7-8)
He delivers the law unto the priests (31:9-13)
God gives a charge to Joshua (31:14-18)
A song to testify against the people (31:19-23)
Moses delivers the book of the law to the Levites, and makes a declaration to the elders (31:24-29)
Song of Moses (31:30)


Chapter 32

Moses's song which sets forth God's mercy and vengeance (32:1-45)
Moses exhorts them to set their hearts upon Canaan (32:46-47)
God sends him up to Mount Nebo, to see the land, and die (32:48-52)


Chapter 33

The blessings of the twelve tribes (33:1-25)
The everlasting arms of the eternal God (33:26-29)


Chapter 34

Moses views the land from Mount Nebo (34:1-4)
Moses dies in the land of Moab (34:5)
Moses's burial (34:6)
Moses's age (34:7)
Thirty days' mourning for Moses (34:8)
Joshua succeeds Moses (34:9)
The praise of Moses (34:10-12)




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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