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THEME:
Perhaps without exception far more could be written than is written.
DATE WRITTEN:
There are different opinions when some of the books were written.  The dates given are the most probable, starting with the first.
DATES COVERED:
There are disagreements among scholars, in some cases, regarding the time span some books cover.  When this occurs, the most probable date is listed first.





BOOK
1
BOOK NAME:
Genesis.  Origin; generation; source; begetting; the first book of Moses.
THEME:
    
BY: 
Moses
DATE WRITTEN:
1450 B.C.-1400 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
The beginning to 1620 B.C.; Chapter 12 to the end—1921 B.C.-1689 B.C.
FOR/TO:
A general record
WHERE WRITTEN:
In the wilderness
STATISTICS:
50 chapters, 1533 verses, 38,267 words
MISC:
From the Creation to Joseph.
 
    
BOOK
2
BOOK NAME:
Exodus. Departure, going out; the second book of Moses.
THEME:
Deliverance from Egypt
BY:
Moses
DATE WRITTEN:
1450 B.C.-1400 B.C., 1580 B.C.-1230 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1677 B.C.-1461 B.C., 1530 B.C.-1450 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
In the wilderness
STATISTICS:
40 chapters, 1213 verses, 32,692 words
MISC:
Joseph through the descendants of Jacob
 
The Exodus
 
Moses:  40 years thinking he was somebody
 
               40 years learning he was nobody
 
               40 years discovering what God can do with a nobody.
 
     
BOOK
3
BOOK NAME:
Leviticus.  He called; pertaining to the Levite, of the Levites; the book of atonement, the book of laws; the third book of Moses.
THEME:
Genesis-man ruined; Exodus-man redeemed; Leviticus-man worshipping
BY:
Moses (Ezra 6:18 refers to the book of Moses)
DATE WRITTEN:
1450 B.C.-1400 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1462 B.C.-1461 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
In the wilderness, Mt Sinai region
STATISTICS:
27 chapters, 859 verses, 24,546 words
MISC:
Without Leviticus, the powerful message of the cross is more difficult to understand—Holiness, sacrifice, atonement, and dedication.
 
    
BOOK  
4
BOOK NAME:
Numbers.  In the wilderness; the book of the march; the fourth book of Moses.
THEME: 
Walk, worship, service
BY: 
Moses named as the author more than 80 times
DATE WRITTEN:
1450 B.C.-1400 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1461 B.C.-1423 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
In the wilderness, Mt Sinai
STATISTICS:
36 chapters, 1288 verses, 32,902 or 32,092words
MISC:
Chapters 1-21 wilderness years; 26-36 new generation, covers about 39 years.
 
    
BOOK
5
BOOK NAME:
Deuteronomy.  These are the words; a copy of the Law; this second law; the second law giving; repetition of the Law; the fifth book of Moses. 
THEME:
Renewal of the Covenant; God is One
BY:
Moses (Deut 31:9, 24); also describes his death—34:5-12.
DATE WRITTEN:
1450 B.C.-1400 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1423 B.C.-1422 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
In the wilderness, on the banks of Jordan
STATISTICS:
34 chapters, 959 verses, 28,461 words
MISC:
More than 80 references to this book in the New Testament.
 
     
BOOK
6
BOOK NAME: 
Joshua.  Jehovah is salvation
THEME:
Conquering the Land
BY:
Joshua, or perhaps Phinehas, Eleazar, Samuel,or Jeremiah
DATE WRITTEN:
1370 B.C.-1330 B.C., before 1200 B.C., 1235 B.C., 1410 B.C.-1390 B.C. 
DATES COVERED:
1422 B.C.-1362 B.C.
FOR/TO: 
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
Canaan
STATISTICS:
24 chapters, 685 verses, 18,858 words
MISC:
          
 
     
BOOK  
7
BOOK NAME:
Judges
THEME:
Compromise and confusion
BY:
Unknown, a contemporary of Samuel, Samuel, Phinehas, Hezekiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Ezra
DATE WRITTEN:
1050 B.C.-1000 B.C., 1390 B.C.-1350 B.C., 1300 B.C.-1050 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1416 B.C.-1065 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
Canaan
STATISTICS:
21 chapters, 618 verses, 18,976 words
MISC:
    
 
    
BOOK
  8
BOOK NAME
Ruth
THEME:
God working through the joys and tragedies of life,famine, death, loneliness, etc., to fulfill the purpose of God—the birth of Christ of which Ruth had part in the lineage; love, kinsman, redeemer.
BY:
Unknown, Samuel by tradition, Hezekiah, Ezra
DATE WRITTEN:
Unknown, 10th century B.C. to 400 B.C., 399 B.C.-300 B.C., 1100 B.C., about the time of David
DATES COVERED:
1261 B.C.-1251 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown
STATISTICS:
4 chapters, 85 verses, 2,578 words
MISC:
Ruth was a Moabitess.
 
   
BOOK
9
BOOK NAME:
First Samuel
THEME:
Samuel, Saul, and David
BY:
Uncertain, Samuel and Abiathar, a son of the prophets, or possibly others
DATE WRITTEN:
1000 B.C.-950 B.C., 11th century B.C., 1070 B.C.-1011 B.C., 1000 B.C.-850 B.C.
DATES COVERED
1126 B.C.-1025 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Israelites
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown
STATISTICS:
31 chapters, 810 verses, 25,061 words
MISC:
Parts occurred after Samuel’s death.  First and Second Samuel were one book.  Sometimes they were entitled First and Second Kings; and First and Second Kings were Third and Fourth Kings.
 
      
BOOK
10
BOOK NAME:
Second Samuel
THEME: 
Begins with the death of Saul and follows David’s reign
BY:
Uncertain, Samuel and Abiathar, a son of the prophets, or possibly others
DATE WRITTEN:
10th century B.C., 1011 B.C.-975 B.C., 1000 B.C.-850B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1025 B.C.-988 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The leaders of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown
STATISTICS:
24 chapters, 695 verses, 20,612 words
MISC:
First and Second Samuel were one book.  Sometimes they were entitled First and Second Kings; and First and Second Kings was Third and Fourth Kings.
 
    
BOOK
11
BOOK NAME:
First Kings
THEME:
A kingdom united, then divided  
BY:
Unknown, perhaps a Jewish captive; Jeremiah by tradition
DATE WRITTEN:
562 B.C.-536 B.C., over a period ending by the 6th century B.C., 971 B.C.-850 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1025 B.C.-864 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The people of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown, perhaps in the area of Babylon
STATISTICS:
22 chapters, 816 verses, 24,524 words
MISC:
First and Second Kings originally known as Third and Fourth Kings.  Some think Jeremiah wrote it, as Jeremiah 52 and 2 Kings 24, 25 nearly identical.
 
      
BOOK
12
BOOK NAME:
Second Kings
THEME:
Exploits of the kings of Judah and Israel
BY:
Unknown, perhaps a Jewish captive;  Jeremiah by tradition; probably the same person that wrote 1st Kings 
DATE WRITTEN:
562 B.C.-536 B.C., over a period ending by the 6th  century B.C., 971 B.C.-850 B.C., 852 B.C.-586 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
870 B.C.-561 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The people of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown, perhaps in the area of Babylon
STATISTICS:
25 chapters, 719 verses, 23,532 words
MISC:
First and Second Kings originally known as Third and Fourth Kings.  Some think Jeremiah wrote it, as Jeremiah 52 and 2 Kings 24, 25 nearly identical.
 
      
BOOK
13
BOOK NAME:
First Chronicles.  The affairs of the days
THEME:
Genealogy and history of Israel
BY:
Ezra by tradition
DATE WRITTEN:
500 B.C.-450 B.C., written about 100 years after Kings, 5th century B.C., 360 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1699 B.C.-444 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The people of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown
STATISTICS:
29 chapters, 942 verses, 20,369 words
MISC:
First and Second Chronicles were once one.  First and Second Chronicles and Ezra perhaps one history.            
 
     
BOOK
14
BOOK NAME:
Second Chronicles
THEME:
The greatness of Judah
BY: 
Ezra by tradition
DATE WRITTEN: 
500 B.C.-450 B.C., written about 100 years after Kings, 5th century B.C., 330 B.C., 971 B.C.-609 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1015 B.C.-539 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The people of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown
STATISTICS:
36 chapters, 822 verses, 26,074 words
MISC: 
First and Second Chronicles were once one.  First and Second Chronicles and Ezra perhaps one history.
 
    
BOOK  
15
BOOK NAME:
Ezra
THEME:
The return and rebuilding
BY:
Probably Ezra
DATE WRITTEN:
456 B.C.-444 B.C., 444 B.C.-398 B.C., 538 B.C.-457 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1723 B.C.-457 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The people of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown, perhaps Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
10 chapters, 280 verses, 7,441 words
MISC:
Spans about 80 years, beginning about 538 B.C.  Nehemiah, First and Second Chronicles, and Ezra considered a literary work (called Priestly History of Israel). 
 
     
BOOK
16
BOOK NAME:
Nehemiah.  Also called Second Ezra
THEME:
Rebuilding Jerusalem’s walls and problems
BY:
Nehemiah and later scribes
DATE WRITTEN:
420 B.C., 445 B.C.-432 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
536 B..C-432 B.C., 445 B.C.-425 B.C., about 20 years
FOR/TO:
The people of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN: 
Unknown, perhaps Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
13 chapters, 406 verses, 10,483 words
MISC:
Artaxerxes I, whom Nehemiah served as cupbearer, was the son of Ahasuerus (Xerxes), who took Esther to be his queen.
 
     
BOOK
17
BOOK NAME:
Esther.  The volume of Esther
THEME:
Divine providence of God.  
BY:
Unknown, a Jew who lived in Persia; not Mordecai-10:2,3
DATE WRITTEN:
After 456 B.C., 5th century B.C., 486 B.C.-465 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
598 B.C.-473 B.C., 485 B.C.-473 B.C., 10 years
FOR/TO:
The people of Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown
STATISTICS:
10 chapters, 167 verses, 5637 words
MISC:
Esther, a person whose name meant star, her Hebrew name was Hadassah-2:7.  Jerusalem, the temple of God, and the name of God are omitted.  This book fits in between the 6th and 7th chapters of Ezra. The deuterocanon adds 6 chapters to Esther that most Protestant Bibles do not contain.
 
      
BOOK
18
BOOK NAME:
Job
THEME:
Suffering and service
BY:
Unknown, perhaps Job, Moses, Elihu, Solomon, or Isaiah
DATE WRITTEN:
Unknown, perhaps during Solomon’s time, 900 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
1997 B.C.-1827 B.C., 2000 B.C., unknown
FOR/TO:
No specific people
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown
STATISTICS:
42 chapters, 1070 verses, 10,102 words
MISC:
Poetical, wisdom books—Job, Proverbs, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Lamentations, Song of Solomon.  Uz—perhaps in the area of Idumaea, unknown, perhaps southern Lebanon.  Some consider this to be the oldest book in the Bible.  Mentioned by Ezekiel 14:14,20. Job pleads for death, then mercy, but no response.  He wishes someone to resolve the quarrel between them; then finally faces problems with courage and asks God to bring him through painful trials (16:18-17:3) (19:25-27).
 
       
BOOK
19
BOOK NAME:
Psalms.  To the collection; praises; book of praises
THEME:
Conquest of fear by faith, praise, and trust
 
Book 1        1-41       Reflect Genesis
 
Book 2      41-72       Israel’s cry for deliverance to Israel’s king
 
Book 3      73-89       Sanctuary—dominant note, parallel Leviticus
 
Book 4      90-106     Corresponds to Numbers, the fourth book of Moses
 
Book 5    107-150     Linked with Deuteronomy, God’s Word
  
Selah—meaning unknown, many opinions—pause in the music accompanying a psalm or prayer;  suspension (of music) as a pause.
BY:
72 credited to David, but he may not be the author of some.  12 to Asaph, 12 to sons of Korah, 2 to Solomon (72 and 127), 1 to Ethan, and 1 to Moses.  All, but 34, bear some title as a superscription; about 50 anonymous.  Titles based on traditions.
DATE WRITTEN:
Unknown, some contain elements varying by more than a thousand years
DATES COVERED: 
1423 B.C.-444 B.C., unknown
FOR/TO:
The Jewish people
WHERE WRITTEN:
Many places
STATISTICS:
150 chapters, 2461 verses, 43,743 words
MISC:
                  
 
                 
BOOK
20
BOOK NAME:
Proverbs
THEME:
Moral and ethical principles; wisdom; the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom-Pv 9:10
BY:
Solomon—1 to 22:16; Agur and mother of King Lemuel latter portions of Pv 30, 31?  Solomon also credited with 25 to 29; author unknown—22:17 to 24:34 and 30:1 to 31:31 
DATE WRITTEN: 
10th century B.C., 970 B.C.-930 B.C., 900 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
982 B.C.-961 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Young people
WHERE WRITTEN:
Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
31 chapters, 915 verses, 15,043 words
MISC:
Chapters:
  1-9               Contrasts good and evil; wisdom calls the simple to forsake sin; the harlot calls him to  indulgence.
 
10:1-22:16     Treatment; through chapter 15 by contrast "but;"  wisdom and folly;  fool, scorner, slothful, froward.
 
22:17-24:22
 
24:23-24:34
 
25:1-29:27
 
30:1-31:31
 
Other breakdowns:
 
  1-10           Counsel for young men
 
11-20           Counsel for all men
 
21-31           Counsel for kings and rulers
 
31                Women’s rights (also called)
 
          
BOOK
21
BOOK NAME:
Ecclesiastes.  Assembly; one who assembles; one who collects; one who addresses an assembly; preacher; member of the assembly
THEME:
Earthly goals lead to emptiness; happiness through science, philosophy, pleasure, mirth, drinking, building, possessions, wealth, music, materialism—all are empty.  He tried fatalism, natural religion, wealth, morality—all are empty.
BY:
Unknown.  Solomon by tradition; however ,many believe it was someone else.
DATE WRITTEN:
Tenth century B.C., 962-922 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
947 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Young people
WHERE WRITTEN:
Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
12 chapters, 222 verses, 5,584 words
MISC:
Solomon used as the central character.  Vanity—emptiness or meaningless.  "Under the sun" may mean without God in the world. Remembering the Creator, means a young person must come to the recognition that he is not the Creator or the master of his own life. "Under the sun" occurs about 29 times.  God gives meaning to life—all else is vanity and meaningless.
 
          
BOOK
22
BOOK NAME:
Song of Solomon.  Song of songs; best of the songs
THEME:
God’s love
BY:
Perhaps Solomon by tradition
DATE WRITTEN:
Tenth century B.C., 962 B.C.-922 B.C., 1014 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
962 B.C.
FOR/TO:
To the bride
WHERE WRITTEN:
Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
8 chapters, 117 verses, 2661 words
MISC: 
The Jews regarded it as a song expressing the love relationship between God and His chosen people.  Also regarded as between Solomon and his wife.  Typical—Christ and the church, plus other views.
 
          
BOOK
23
BOOK NAME:
Isaiah.  Jehovah is salvation
THEME:
Messiah
BY:
Isaiah
DATE WRITTEN:
740 B.C.-698 B.C., 8th century B.C., 750 B.C.-680 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
From Lucifer fallen to 539 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Judah and the Jewish nation
WHERE WRITTEN:
Unknown, perhaps Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
66 chapters, 1292 verses, 37,044 words
MISC:
He was martyred by being sawn asunder-ref Heb 11:37, tradition says by king Manasseh.
 
          
BOOK
24
BOOK NAME:
Jeremiah.  The appointed one of the Lord
THEME:
Judgment is at hand
BY:
Jeremiah, recorded by his scribe Baruch
DATE WRITTEN:
640 B.C.-577 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
From the earth without form and void to 539 B.C., 7th century B.C.
FOR/TO:
Mainly Jews in Judah
WHERE WRITTEN:
Perhaps Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
52 chapters, 1364 verses, 42,659 words
MISC:
Some believe Jeremiah died in Egypt.  Tradition says that Jewish refugees stoned him to death in Egypt.
 
          
BOOK
25
BOOK NAME:
Lamentations.  Ah, howl, alas, cry aloud, or lament
THEME:
Mourning for Jerusalem shows there comes a time when prayers will not be answered, and whatsoever a man sows, he shall reap.
BY:
Jeremiah-2 Chr 35:25
DATE WRITTEN:
Perhaps 640 B.C.-586 B.C., about 586 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
586 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Exiles in Babylon
WHERE WRITTEN:
Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
5 chapters, 154 verses, 3415 words
MISC:
Five poems—one for each chapter.  The first four each have 22 stanzas.  The fifth also has 22, but not alphabetical as the first 4.  The fifth one is more of a prayer.  
 
          
BOOK
26
BOOK NAME:
Ezekiel.  God strengthens
THEME:
Judgment and glory
BY:
Ezekiel
DATE WRITTEN:
6th century B.C., 593 B.C.-570 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
Thou hast been in Eden to 571 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Exiles in Babylon
WHERE WRITTEN:
Babylon
STATISTICS:
48 chapters, 1273 verses, 39,407 words
MISC:
          
 
          
BOOK
27
BOOK NAME:
Daniel
THEME:
Rise and fall of kingdoms
BY:
Daniel
DATE WRITTEN:
Perhaps 605 B.C.-536 B.C., 6th century B.C. 
DATES COVERED:
605 B.C.-537 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Exiles in Babylon
WHERE WRITTEN:
Babylon
STATISTICS:
12 chapters, 357 verses, 11,606 words
MISC:
Daniel lived under three rulers:
 
1.    Nebuchadnezzar-Babylon
 
2.    Darius the Mede (Median)
 
3.    Cyrus (Persian)
 
          
BOOK
28
BOOK NAME:
Hosea
THEME:
Redeeming love
BY: 
Hosea
DATE WRITTEN:
755 B.C.-715 B.C., about 760 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
770 B.C.-723 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Northern ten tribes
WHERE WRITTEN:
Northern kingdom of Israel
STATISTICS:
14 chapters, 197 verses, 5175 words
MISC:
Prophesied to the northern kingdom about the time of Isaiah.  Hosea called the prophet with the broken heart—Hosea’s marriage.  Likewise, Israel’s unfaithfulness to the Lord is depicted as a wife who has turned her back on a faithful husband in order to follow evil lovers.
 
          
BOOK
29
BOOK NAME:
Joel.  Jehovah is God
THEME:
The day of the Lord is coming.  The attitude of a man’s heart and life before the Lord will determine his reaction to that day.
BY:
Joel
DATE WRITTEN:
About 837 B.C.-795 B.C., about 400 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
Unable to determine accurately, perhaps 836 B.C.-828 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Two southern tribes
WHERE WRITTEN:
Southern kingdom
STATISTICS:
3 chapters, 73 verses, 2034 words 
MISC:
Scholars disagree when Joel lived.  Some believe he lived around 830 B.C., others believe about 400 B.C.
 
          
BOOK
30
BOOK NAME:
Amos.  Burden-bearer
THEME:
Judgment on sin
BY:
Amos
DATE WRITTEN: 
Middle of the 8th century B.C., 765 B.C.-750 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
764 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
New Jerusalem
STATISTICS: 
9 chapters, 146 verses, 4217 words
MISC:
Prophesied in the northern kingdom and aroused antagonism.  He returned to Judah.  Because Israel will not repent, there is nothing left but destruction.  The prophet of God often comes into conflict with the religious institutions of his day.  Man’s understanding of God and His purpose will always be distorted by his own sin and selfish interests.  People do not recognize just how sinful and self-centered one really is and how deceitful the heart can be.
 
          
BOOK
31
BOOK NAME:
Obadiah.  Servant of the Lord; worshipper of the Lord
THEME:
The doom of Edom
BY:
Obadiah
DATE WRITTEN:
About 586 B.C., 6th century B.C., 848 B.C.-841 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
864 B.C.
FOR/TO:
The Edomites
WHERE WRITTEN:
Judah
STATISTICS:
1 chapter, 21 verses, 670 words
MISC:
Shortest Old Testament book
 
          
BOOK
32
BOOK NAME:
Jonah
THEME:
The mercy of God
BY:
Jonah (2 Ki 14:25) (Mt 12:39-42)
DATE WRITTEN:
8th century B.C., 790 B.C.-749 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
767 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Israel
WHERE WRITTEN: 
Israel
STATISTICS:
4 chapters, 48 verses, 1321 words
MISC:
          
 
          
BOOK
33
BOOK NAME:
Micah.  Who is like Yahweh?
THEME:
Judgment and pardon
BY:
Micah
DATE WRITTEN:
740 B.C.-687 B.C., 8th century B.C.
DATES COVERED:
744 B.C.-704 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Judah and Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Judah
STATISTICS:
7 chapters, 105 verses, 3153 words
MISC:                           
Lived and prophesied in the southern kingdom.  He condemned the sins of the northern kingdom.  One of the greatest passages in the Bible is Micah’s summary of true religion: Micah 6:8-What doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?
 
          
BOOK
34
BOOK NAME:
Nahum.  Consolation; consoler; burden
THEME:
The burden of Nineveh
BY:
Nahum
DATE WRITTEN:
Before 612 B.C., 630 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
635 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Nineveh
WHERE WRITTEN:
Possibly Judah
STATISTICS:
3 chapters, 47 verses, 1285 words
MISC:
          
 
          
BOOK
35
BOOK NAME:
Habakkuk.  To embrace; the embracer; one who embraces
THEME:
The righteous shall live by faith
BY:
Habakkuk
DATE WRITTEN:
Unknown, perhaps 640 B.C. to 598 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
Uncertain, possibly  606 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Judah
WHERE WRITTEN:
Judah
STATISTICS:
3 chapters, 56 verses, 1474 words
MISC:
Faith is: repentance and humble trust in God.  It is faithfulness, steadfast obedience to God.  Faith is a whole way of life, a daily dependence upon God.  When everything has gone wrong, and all possessions have been lost, and there is not anything to eat, faith will still rejoice in the God of his salvation.  Faith says that God alone is enough.
 
          
BOOK
36
BOOK NAME: 
Zephaniah.  The Lord hides; whom Jehovah hides or shelters
THEME:
The day of the Lord
BY:
Zephaniah
DATE WRITTEN:
App 627 B.C.-607 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
624 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Judah
WHERE WRITTEN:
Judah
STATISTICS:
3 chapters, 53 verses, 1617 words
MISC:
          
 
          
BOOK
37
BOOK NAME:
Haggai
THEME:
Rebuilding the temple
BY:
Haggai
DATE WRITTEN:
520 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
521 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Restored Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
2 chapters, 38 verses, 1131 words
MISC:
          
 
          
BOOK
38
BOOK NAME:
Zechariah.  The Lord remembers
THEME:
The coming of Messiah
BY:
Zechariah
DATE WRITTEN:
520 B.C.-487 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
521 B.C.-494 B.C.
FOR/TO:
Restored Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Jerusalem
STATISTICS:
14 chapters, 211 verses, 6444 words
MISC:
1-8       Call to repentance
 
9-14     The future of Israel and God’s people
 
(8 visions of Zechariah)
 
          
BOOK  
39
BOOK NAME:
Malachi.  The messenger of Jehovah; the messenger of the Lord
THEME:
Rebuke
BY:
Malachi
DATE WRITTEN:
Unknown, perhaps 433 B.C.-400 B.C.
DATES COVERED:
Unknown 
FOR/TO:
Israel
WHERE WRITTEN:
Judah
STATISTICS:
4 chapters, 55 verses, 1782 words
MISC: 
          

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