Which Book? : This book of the Bible is a letter written by the apostle Paul which includes many expressions of rejoicing and joyfulness. Paul also tells his audience that every knee should bow at the name of Jesus. He also particularly commends Timothy and Epaphroditus.
Which Book? : This book of the Bible is the story of the life and death of Jesus which includes many of his sayings and prayers. In particular we have recorded for us, Jesus explaining that a man must be born of water and the Spirit to enter the kingdom of God, and Jesus explaining that he is the bread of life.
Which book of the Bible begins with The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.?
| Matthew | Luke | Revelation | Genesis |
Which Book? : This book of the Bible describes the formation of the early church and the preaching of the Gospel throughout the Greek and Roman world by the apostles, in particular, the apostle Paul.
Which Book? : This book of the Bible contains the musings of King Solomon on the pointlessness of worldly activities. It concludes with the message that the duty of man is to fear God and keep his commandments.
Which Book? : This book of the Bible describes the visions of a prophet regarding the coming judgment on the country of Edom and the eventual triumph of Zion.
Which Book? : This book of the Bible describes the conquest of the land of Canaan by Moses' successor, including such incidents as the destruction of Jericho and Ai. It also contains the division of the land between the twelve tribes.
Which Book? : This book of the Bible describes the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem following the return from captivity, and the various reforms implemented at this time. Opposition to the rebuilding of the wall is led by Sanballat and Tobiah.
Which Book? : This book of the Bible is a letter written by Paul to a man whose slave has run away from him. Paul pleads for the slave to be received home again because they are all brothers in the Lord.
Which Book? : This book of the Bible contains poetry written by the prophet Jeremiah. Each chapter is written in the style of an acrostic in the original Hebrew alphabet. The poems show the prophet's distress at the affliction of Jerusalem.