PROVERBS



Chapter 1

The use of the proverbs given by Solomon (1:1-6)
An exhortation to fear God, believe His word, and obey your parents (1:7-9)
To avoid the enticings of sinners (1:10-19)
Wisdom complains that she is scorned (1:20-23)
She threatens those who despise her (1:24-33)


Chapter 2

Wisdom promises godliness to her children (2:1-9)
Safety from evil company (2:10-19)
And direction in good ways (2:20-22)


Chapter 3

An exhortation to obedience (3:1)
To faith (3:5-6)
To humility (3:7-8)
To devotion (3:9-10)
To patience (3:11-12)
The happy gain of wisdom (3:13-18)
The power (3:19-20)
And the benefits of wisdom (3:21-26)
An exhortation to charity (3:27-29)
Peaceableness (3:30)
And contentment (3:31-32)
The cursed state of the wicked (3:33-35)


Chapter 4

Solomon, to persuade obedience (4:1-2)
Shows the instruction he had from his parents (4:3-4)
To be diligent in seeking wisdom (4:5-13)
And to shun the path of the wicked (4:14-19)
He exhorts to faith (4:20-22)
And keep your heart holy (4:23-27)


Chapter 5

Solomon exhorts to the study of wisdom (5:1-2)
He shows the folly of adultery and riot (5:3-14)
He exhorts to contentment, and chastity. Be faithful to your spouse (5:15-21)
The wicked are overtaken by their own sins (5:22-23)


Chapter 6

Warning against guaranteeing a friend's liabilities (6:1-5)
Warning against being lazy (6:6-11)
And willful mischief-making (6:12-15)
The Seven deadly sins that are hateful to God (6:16-19)
The blessings of obedience (6:20-24)
Warning against committing adultery, and the damage done by lawlessness (6:25-35)


Chapter 7

Solomon reasons for a sincere familiarity with wisdom (7:1-5)
In an example which he has known (7:6-9)
He shows the cunning of a harlot (7:10-21)
And the desperate simplicity of her young victim (7:22-23)
He pleads for abstaining from such wickedness (7:24-27)


Chapter 8

The fame (8:1-5)
And evidence of wisdom (8:6-9)
The excellency (8:10-11)
The nature (8:12-14)
The power (8:15-17)
The riches (8:18-21)
And the eternity of wisdom (8:22-31)
Wisdom is to be desired for the blessedness it brings (8:32-36)


Chapter 9

The discipline (9:1-3)
And doctrine of wisdom (9:4-12)
The custom and error of a foolish women (9:13-18)


Chapter 10

Proverbs contrasting the Godly and the wicked (10:1-32)


Chapter 11

Proverbs contrasting the Godly and the wicked (11:1-31)


Chapter 12

Proverbs contrasting the Godly and the wicked (12:1-28)


Chapter 13

Proverbs contrasting the Godly and the wicked (13:1-25)


Chapter 14

Proverbs contrasting the Godly and the wicked (14:1-35)


Chapter 15

Proverbs contrasting the Godly and the wicked (15:1-33)


Chapter 16

Proverbs encouraging Godly lives (16:1-33)


Chapter 17

Proverbs encouraging Godly lives (17:1-28)


Chapter 18

Proverbs encouraging Godly lives (18:1-24)


Chapter 19

Proverbs encouraging Godly lives (19:1-29)


Chapter 20

Proverbs encouraging Godly lives (20:1-30)


Chapter 21

Proverbs encouraging Godly lives (21:1-31)


Chapter 22

Proverbs encouraging Godly lives (22:1-16)
Proverbs concerning various situations (22:17-29)


Chapter 23

Proverbs concerning various situations (23:1-35)


Chapter 24

Proverbs concerning various situations (24:1-34)


Chapter 25

Relationships with kings (25:1-7)
Relationships with neighbours (25:8-20)
Relationships with enemies (25:21-24)
Relationships with yourself (25:25-28)


Chapter 26

Relationships with fools (26:1-12)
Relationships with sluggards (26:13-16)
Relationships with gossips (26:17-28)


Chapter 27

Observations on self-love (27:1-4)
On true love (27:5-10)
And on care to avoid offenses (27:11-27)


Chapter 28

Observations on impiety and religious integrity (28:1-18)
Of wealth and poverty (28:19-28)


Chapter 29

Observations on public government (29:1-14)
And on control in private affairs (29:15-21)
Of anger, pride, thievery, cowardice, and corruption (29:22-27)


Chapter 30

Agur's confession of faith (30:1-6)
The two points of his prayer (30:7-9)
The most menial are not to be wronged (30:10)
Four wicked generations (30:11-14)
Four things insatiable (30:15-16)
Parents are not to be despised (30:17)
Four things hard to be known (30:18-20)
Four things intolerable (30:21-23)
Four things exceedingly wise (30:24-28)
Four things stately (30:29-31)
Wrath is to be prevented (30:32-33)


Chapter 31

King Lemuel's lesson of chastity and temperance (31:1-5)
The afflicted are to be comforted and defended (31:6-9)
The praise and characteristics of a virtuous wife (31:10-31)


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ECCLESIASTES



Chapter 1

The preacher shows that all human courses are vain: (1:1-3)
Because the whole creation is restless (1:4-8)
Nothing new is brought forth, and all old things are forgotten (1:9-11)
And because he has found the same in making studies of wisdom (1:12-18)


Chapter 2

The vanity of human courses in the works of pleasure (2:1-3)
Great works are in vain (2:4-11)
Though the wise be better than the fool, yet life for both has one final event (2:12-17)
The vanity of human labor, in leaving its fruits to someone whose course is unknown (2:18-23)
Nothing is better than joy in our labor, but the capacity for that is God's gift (2:24-26)


Chapter 3

By the necessary change of times, vanity is added to human toil (3:1-10)
There is an excellency in God's works (3:11-15)
God shall judge the righteous and the wicked (3:16-22)


Chapter 4

Vanity is increased by oppression (4:1-3)
By envy, by idleness (4:4-6)
By covetousness (4:7-8)
By loneliness (4:9-12)
By willfulness (4:13-16)


Chapter 5

Vanities in divine service (5:1-7)
Wealth does not satisfy (5:8-12)
Wealth brings difficulties (5:13-17)
Wealth is ultimately the gift of God (5:18-20)


Chapter 6

The vanity of riches without use (6:1-2)
Of children (6:3-5)
And old age without riches (6:6-8)
The vanity of sight and wandering desires (6:9-10)
The conclusion of vanities (6:11-12)


Chapter 7

Remedies against vanity are a good name (7:1)
Humility (7:2-6)
Patience (7:7-10)
Wisdom (7:11-19)
No just man on earth (7:20-22)
The difficulty of getting wisdom (7:23-29)


Chapter 8

Kings are greatly to be respected (8:1-5)
The divine providence is to be observed (8:6-11)
It is better with the godly in adversity, than with the wicked in prosperity (8:12-15)
The work of God is unsearchable (8:16-17)


Chapter 9

Similar things happen to the good and bad (9:1-3)
There is a necessity for death to men (9:4-6)
Comfort is all their portion in this life (9:7-10)
God's providence rules over all (9:11-12)
Wisdom is better than strength (9:13-18)


Chapter 10

Observations of wisdom and folly (10:1-15)
Of riot, slothfulness, and money (10:16-19)
Men's thoughts of kings ought to be reverent (10:20)


Chapter 11

Directions for charity (11:1-6)
Death in life (11:7-8)
And, in the days of youth, the day of judgment are to be considered (11:9-10)


Chapter 12

The creator is to be remembered in youth (12:1-7)
The preacher's concern is to edify the people (12:8-12)
The fear of God is the chief antidote of vanity (12:13-14)


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SONG OF SOLOMON



Chapter 1

The church's love for Christ (1:1-4)
She confesses her deformity (1:5-6)
And prays to be directed to His flock (1:7)
Christ directs her to the shepherds' tents (1:8)
And showing His love to her (1:9-10)
Gives her gracious promises (1:11)
The church and Christ praise one another (1:12-17)


Chapter 2

The mutual love of Christ and His church (2:1-7)
The hope (2:8-9)
And calling of the church (2:10-13)
Christ's care of the church (2:14-15)
The profession of the church, her faith and hope (2:16-17)


Chapter 3

The fight and victory of the church in temptation (3:1-5)
The church glories in Christ (3:6-11)


Chapter 4

Christ sets forth the graces of the church (4:1-7)
He shows His love to her (4:8-15)
The church prays to be made fit for His presence (4:16)


Chapter 5

Christ awakens the church by His calling (5:1)
The church tastes the joy of Christ's love (5:2-8)
A description of Christ's graces (5:9-16)


Chapter 6

The church professes her faith in Christ (6:1-3)
Christ shows the graces of the church (6:4-9)
And His love toward her (6:10-13)


Chapter 7

A further description of the church's graces (7:1-9)
The church professes her faith and desire (7:10-13)


Chapter 8

The love of the church for Christ (8:1-5)
The strength of love (8:6-7)
The calling of the Gentiles (8:8-13)
The church prays for Christ's coming (8:14)




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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