Bible Overview

Adventuring Through the Bible

All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

The Bible without the Spirit leads to a dead, institutional Christianity. The Spirit without the Bible leads to groundless fanaticism. We need both the Spirit and the Word to effectively Adventure through the Bible.

Old Testament
Genesis: The Method of Faith Genesis
Exodus: Design for Deliverance Exodus
Leviticus: The Way to Wholeness Leviticus
Numbers: The Incomplete Christian Life Numbers
Deuteronomy: The Law That Delivers Deuteronomy
Joshua: Guidebook to Victory Joshua
Judges: The Pattern of Defeat Judges
Ruth: The Romance of Redemption Ruth
1 Samuel: The Death of the Flesh 1 Samuel
2 Samuel: The Story of David 2 Samuel
1 Kings: How to Lose a Kingdom 1 Kings
2 Kings: A Wasted Life 2 Kings
1 Chronicles: David and the Ark of God 1 Chronicles
2 Chronicles: God's King in God's House 2 Chronicles
Ezra: The Way Back Ezra
Nehemiah: Rebuilding the Walls Nehemiah
Esther: A Queen Under Control Esther
Job: The Hardest Lesson Job
Psalms: The Worship of an Honest Heart Psalm
Proverbs: That Men May Know Wisdom Proverbs
Ecclesiastes: The Inspired Book of Error Ecclesiastes
Song of Solomon: A Love Song and a Hymn Song of Solomon
Isaiah: The Salvation of the Lord Isaiah
Jeremiah: A Profile of Courage Jeremiah
Lamentations: The Therapy of Trouble Jeremiah
Ezekiel: Wheel, Bones, and Restoration Ezekiel
Daniel: On the Way to the Future Daniel
Hosea: The Prophet and the Prostitute Hosea
Joel: The Revelation of God's Hand Joel
Amos: God Doesn't Play Favorites Amos
Obadiah: Death to Edom! Obadiah
Jonah: The Reluctant Ambassador Jonah
Micah: Who is Like God? Micah
Nahum: The Terrible Wrath of God Nahum
Habukkuk: History is in God's Hands Habakkuk
Zephaniah: The Day of the Lord's Wrath Zephaniah
Haggai: Some Words to Discouraged Carpenters Haggai
Zechariah: You Return to Me ... I'll Return to You! Zechariah
Malachi: Think upon His Name Malachi
Silent Years
The 400 Years Between the Old and New Testaments Various
New Testament
Matthew: Behold Your King! Matthew
Mark: He Came to Serve Mark
Luke: The Perfect Man Luke
John: Who is This Man? John
Acts: An Unfinished Story Acts
Romans: The Master Key to Scripture Romans
1 Corinthians: The Epistle to the 21st Century 1 Corinthians
2 Corinthians: When I Am Weak, I Am Strong 2 Corinthians
Galatians: Don't Submit Again to the Slave's Yoke Galatians
Ephesians: The Calling of the Saints Ephesians
Philippians: Christ, Our Confidence and Our Strength Philippians
Colossians: Power to Endure with Joy Colossians
1 Thessalonians: Hope for a Hopeless World 1 Thessalonians
2 Thessalonians: Restrainers of Lawlessness 2 Thessalonians
1 Timothy: Pastor's Primer 1 Timothy
2 Timothy: How Not to Collapse 2 Timothy
Titus: Truth and Proof Titus
Philemon: A Brother Restored Philemon
Hebrews: All About Faith Hebrews
James: The Activity of Faith James
1 Peter: Living Stones 1 Peter
2 Peter: In the Face of Falsehood 2 Peter
1 John: The Fruit of Fellowship with Christ 1 John
2 John: The Vital Balance 2 John
3 John: A Tale of Three Men 3 John
Jude: Contending for the Faith Jude
Revelation: The End -- and a New Beginning Revelation

God has made available to us the riches of this Bible — His Word — which reveals to us the riches of His kingdom and of our eternal life in Christ.

God longs for us to know Him, and has revealed Himself in His Son. He has redeemed us through the blood His resurrected Son shed on the Cross, and has called us into a Spiritual relationship with Him.

Into our soul and our life He pours all the riches of heaven — "good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over," as Luke 6:38 tells us. But we must get to know Him as He reaches out to us through the pages of Scripture, led by His Holy Spirit. We cannot imagine a greater adventure!