Reflections on the Holy Scripture

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It is important to always study the Bible. When studying the Bible, it is best to read the verses and take notations on what you read. This part of the site is a guide to help you study the Bible efficiently and more comfortably. Under each book, there are in depth study notes for your benefit, however these in no way serve as a replacement to actually reading the Bible. We encourage you follow these notes for general guidance but also read your Bible and let God be His own interpreter.

Old Testament

Commonly known as the Torah, these five books open the Bible with some very early history and the establishment of Israel. These books comprise the primary holy book of Judaism.
History and Government
From Joshua to Esther, we get a history of Israel, detailing its ups and downs and how God both preserved and reprimanded the nation for its faith and works. According to 1 Corinthians 10:1-12, ths account serves as an example for us on how to live. Additionally, we see the establishment of the Davidic Covenant, which is important for future events.
These books on poetry represent praise, supplication, words of wisdom, hope, joy, and love. These are the keystone for how we should live as Christians in this world, despite suffering, sadness, and wickedness.
Major Prophets
Minor Prophets

New Testament

The Gospel The New Testament history encompasses only one lifetime, which is during the lifetime of Jesus and afterwards into the life of the apostles. Specifically, the Gospel covers the life of Jesus, while Acts covers the establishment and growth of the Early Church. This time period represents the pinnacle of history thus far.
Paul's Letters
General Letters

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