Genesis – Deuteronomy

~-~ The Old Testament ~-~

~ Genesis ~

  • Chapter 1: The Creation of the heavens and the earth.
  • Chapter 2: The Creation of man and woman.
  • Chapter 3: The fall of mankind.
  • Chapter 4: The outcome of sin: Death, murder, rebellion.
  • Chapter 5: The genealogy from Adam to Noah.
  • Chapter 6: Corruption of mankind; Covenant with Noah.
  • Chapter 7: The LORD judges through the flood.
  • Chapter 8: The flood subsides.
  • Chapter 9: The Noahic Covenant Established.
  • Chapter 10: The genealogy of Noah and his sons.
  • Chapter 11: Confusion at Babel; Generations from Shem to Abram.
  • Chapter 12: Abram journeys through Canaan and Egypt.
  • Chapter 13: Settling in Canaan, Abram is promised the land by the Lord.
  • Chapter 14: The war of the kings, and Abram.
  • Chapter 15: The Abrahamic Covenant establihsed.
  • Chapter 16: Ishmael is conceived through Hagar.
  • Chapter 17: The Abrahamic Covenant is everlasting.
  • Chapter 18: A son is promised to Abraham.
  • Chapter 19: Sodom is destroyed.
  • Chapter 20: Abraham’s lie concerning Sarah.
  • Chapter 21: Isaac born, Hagar flees, Covenant with Abimelech.
  • Chapter 22: Abraham’s Offering of Isaac.
  • Chapter 23: Abraham buries Sarah in Canaan.
  • Chapter 24: Rebekah is chosen as a wife for Isaac.
  • Chapter 25: Abraham dies; descendants of Ishmael; Isaac’s sons.
  • Chapter 26: The Lord was with Isaac and blessed him.
  • Chapter 27: Jacob deceives his father and steals Esau’s birthright.
  • Chapter 28: Travelling to Laban, Jacob dreams of God’s blessing.
  • Chapter 29: Jacob is deceived; marries Leah and Rachel.
  • Chapter 30: Jacob prospered with many sons and many flocks.
  • Chapter 31: Jacob leaves from the land of his forefathers.
  • Chapter 32: Jacob prepares to meet Esau; wrestles with God.
  • Chapter 33: Meeting Esau, Jacob settles in Shechem.
  • Chapter 34: Jacob’s sons taken revenge on Shechem.
  • Chapter 35: Jacob is called Israel.
  • Chapter 36: The descendants of Esau.
  • Chapter 37: Joseph dreams, and is sold by his brothers into slavery.
  • Chapter 38: Judah is a man dishonor and treachery.
  • Chapter 39: Joseph is a man of honour and integrity.
  • Chapter 40: Joseph interprets dreams by wisdom from God.
  • Chapter 41: Joseph interprets Pharaoh’s dreams; given power.
  • Chapter 42: Joseph’s brothers come to Egypt for food.
  • Chapter 43: Brother’s return; eat with Joseph bowing to him.
  • Chapter 44: Brother’s plead for mercy on behalf of Benjamin.
  • Chapter 45: The Lord’s hand brought Joseph to Egypt to save the nation of Israel.
  • Chapter 46: Jacob moves to the land of Egypt.
  • Chapter 47: Jacob settles in Goshen and becomes numerous.
  • Chapter 48: Jacob blessed the sons of Joseph.
  • Chapter 49: Jacob blesses his sons.
  • Chapter 50: God has been sovereign in the preservation of the nation of Israel!

~ Exodus ~

  • Chapter 1: The Sons of Israel multiplied exceedingly.
  • Chapter 2: Moses is born, flees to Midian.
  • Chapter 3: God speaks to Moses in the burning bush.
  • Chapter 4: The Lord sends Moses and Aaron to Egypt.
  • Chapter 5: Pharaoh increases Israel’s labour.
  • Chapter 6: The LORD will deliver Israel.
  • Chapter 7: The LORD stretched out His hand on Egypt.
  • Chapter 8: The LORD strikes the land with plagues.
  • Chapter 9: The LORD shows His power through the plagues.
  • Chapter 10: The LORD is destroying Egypt with the plagues.
  • Chapter 11: The LORD will strike the firstborn dead.
  • Chapter 12: Through Passover, the LORD frees Israel from Egypt.
  • Chapter 13: The LORD leads Israel from Egypt.
  • Chapter 14: The LORD saves Israel from Egypt.
  • Chapter 15: Israel sings of God’s redemption.
  • Chapter 16: The LORD provides manna for Israel.
  • Chapter 17: The LORD provides water and military victory.
  • Chapter 18: Jethro comes and counsel’s Moses.
  • Chapter 19: The LORD comes to Sinai.
  • Chapter 20: The Ten Commandments.
  • Chapter 21: Ordinances for the people.
  • Chapter 22: Laws for the Nation.
  • Chapter 23: The LORD gives laws as He brings Israel into the land.
  • Chapter 24: Israel declares, “We will be obedient.”
  • Chapter 25: The Articles of the Tabernacle.
  • Chapter 26: The tabernacle is described according to its plan.
  • Chapter 27: The plan of bronze altar and Tabernacle court.
  • Chapter 28: Clothing for the priests of God.
  • Chapter 29: Ordination by: consecration, sacrifice, and food.
  • Chapter 30:The alter of incense and its use.
  • Chapter 31: God is finished speaking with Moses.
  • Chapter 32: Israel’s idolatry incited God’s holy wrath.
  • Chapter 33: The glory of God before Moses.
  • Chapter 34: The LORD renews His covenant with Israel.
  • Chapter 35: Israel gives materials to build the Tabernacle.
  • Chapter 36: Construction of the Tabernacle begins.
  • Chapter 37: construction of the Tabernacle furniture.
  • Chapter 38: Construction of the Tabernacle Complete.
  • Chapter 39: All work on the Tabernacle complete.
  • Chapter 40: The glory of the LORD fills the Tabernacle.

~ Leviticus ~

  • Chapter 1: The Law for burnt offerings.
  • Chapter 2: The Law for grain offerings.
  • Chapter 3: The Law for peace offerings.
  • Chapter 4: The Law for sin offerings.
  • Chapter 5: The Law for guilt offerings.
  • Chapter 6: The Priests work in the offerings.
  • Chapter 7: Final Laws concerning offerings.
  • Chapter 8: Aaron and his sons ordained as priests.
  • Chapter 9: Aaron and his son’s sacrifice to the LORD.
  • Chapter 10: The LORD kills Nadab and Abihu.
  • Chapter 11: Laws of diet and unclean animals.
  • Chapter 12: Laws on having a child (Cleanliness).
  • Chapter 13: How to deal with leprosy.
  • Chapter 14: Cleansing of the leper.
  • Chapter 15: Laws regarding cleanliness.
  • Chapter 16: The Laws for atonement.
  • Chapter 17: Blood is for atonement.
  • Chapter 18: Law against immorality,
  • Chapter 19: Various Laws.
  • Chapter 20: Laws against human sacrifice and immorality.
  • Chapter 21: Rules concerning the Priesthood.
  • Chapter 22: Sacrifices must be perfect.
  • Chapter 23: Description of the Jewish Feasts.
  • Chapter 24: God’s holiness displayed in punishment.
  • Chapter 25: The LORD’s redemption shown in Sabbath and Jubilee years.
  • Chapter 26: Blessing for obedience, consequences for disobedience.
  • Chapter 27: Regulations concerning valuation.

~ Numbers ~

  • Chapter 1: The tribes of Israel numbered.
  • Chapter 2: The tribes of Israel placed in camp.
  • Chapter 3: The Levites are priests to serve the LORD.
  • Chapter 4: The service and carrying of the Tabernacle.
  • Chapter 5: The curse for adultery.
  • Chapter 6: The Law for the Nazarite.
  • Chapter 7: The dedication offering from Israel’s leaders.
  • Chapter 8: The Levites cleansed for service.
  • Chapter 9: The Passover and cloud of God’s glory.
  • Chapter 10: Israel leaves Sinai.
  • Chapter 11: Despite complaints the LORD shows His providence.
  • Chapter 12: Miriam is struck with leprosy.
  • Chapter 13: The twelve spies are sent to Canaan
  • Chapter 14: Grumbling results in 40 years of wandering.
  • Chapter 15: Death is the consequence of defiant sin.
  • Chapter 16: The rebellion of Korah.
  • Chapter 17: Aaron’s rod blossoms.
  • Chapter 18: The priests portion is the LORD.
  • Chapter 19: Cleanliness through the red-heifer sacrifice.
  • Chapter 20: Through disobedience comes: death and exclusion from the promised land.
  • Chapter 21: The LORD gives Israel 3 military victories.
  • Chapter 22: Balaam is hired to curse Israel.
  • Chapter 23: God uses Balaam to bless Israel.
  • Chapter 24: Blessing Israel, Balaam prophesies Messiah.
  • Chapter 25: Phineas; zeal against sin results in a covenant of perpetual priesthood.
  • Chapter 26: A Census of the sons of Israel.
  • Chapter 27: Joshua is commissioned by Moses.
  • Chapter 28: Offerings for the LORD.
  • Chapter 29: Offering in the seventh month.
  • Chapter 30: Laws for Vows.
  • Chapter 31: Israel conquers Midian and divides the booty.
  • Chapter 32: Reuben and Gad possess Gilead.