The AmazingWord Numbered Bible is a fully organized numbered Bible revealing 8 different numbering sequences that I refer to as the DNA of the Bible. this index page is the Table of Contents. LINK: Help Contents for the AW Numbered Bible
OLD TESTAMENT LINKS
NEW TESTAMENT LINKS
1. Genesis — Creation of man, animals and the universe. God establishes a covenant with his chosen people.
2. Exodus — God delivers his people, the Israelites, from slavery in Egypt.
3. Leviticus — Laws for living with a holy and righteous God. Priesthood established. Atonement by blood.
4. Numbers — Wilderness wandering tests and prepares men to seek God. Israel wandering 40 years.
5. Deuteronomy — Before entering the land, warnings of blessings in obeying God, consequences of disobeying.
6. Joshua — God’s people finally enter the promised land and are to remove sinful inhabitants.
7. Judges — Israel’ decline after Joshua; Seven failures; Seven servitudes; Seven Deliverances
8. Ruth — Kinsman Redeemer, Boaz, marries Ruth, a gentile daughter-in-law. Their child becomes of linage to David.
9. 1Samuel — Three leaders of Israel: Samuel the priest; Saul, rejected by God; David, God’s chosen king.
10. 2Samuel — David becomes king of Judah; Saul’s son becomes king of Israel; they meet in battle
11. 1 Kings — Reign of Solomon, his faults leading to Israel being divided into two Kingdoms.
12. 2 Kings — Two nations of Israel dispersed for disobedience. Israel forever and Judah for 70 years.
13. 1 Chronicles — King David’s reign is detailed. David ruled 40 years under the blessing of God
14. 2 Chronicles — King Solomon’s reign through temple destruction and exile of the people.
15. Ezra — Spiritual renewal after the Jews return from exile includes banning of mixed marriages.
16. Nehemiah — Nehemiah’s leadership, returning Jewish exiles rebuild broken walls of Jerusalem.
17. Esther — Ester, a Jewish girl, risks her life to save her people from a wicked plot to annihilate them.
18. Job — A godly man loses all: family, health and possessions. He debates why men suffer.
19. Psalms — Songs of personal thoughts, praise, prayer and thanksgiving to a loving God.
20. Proverbs — Book of wisdom and warnings, blessings and consequences, for people to follow God.
21. Ecclesiastes — A king who has experienced all worldly things says apart from God, life is unsatisfying.
22. Song of Solomon — A bride and groom celebrate the wonderful passions of God’s gift of love they share.
23. Isaiah — Prophesy that due to idolatry, God will send Judah into captivity but will later graciously restore them.
24. Jeremiah — Jeremiah’s prophetic warning of Babylonian captivity is ignored, and he becomes part of it.
25. Lamentations — Despairing author tells destruction of Jerusalem due to the Lord’s anger against his people.
26. Ezekiel — Shocking visions and prophecy: God’s plan for his people so “they will know he is the Lord”.
27. Daniel — God reveals his plan for future generations to his faithful prophet.
28. Hosea — A prophet’s marriage to a prostitute reflects God’s relationship with Israel.
29. Joel — Locust plague reflects future judgment of the coming “Great and terrible Day of the Lord”.
30. Amos — Prophetic warnings against Israel and nations to repent injustice and idolatry.
31. Obadiah — Edom will suffer for participating in Jerusalem’s destruction.
32. Jonah — Reluctant prophet runs from God, is taken by a giant fish and made to go warn Nineveh.
33. Micah — Judah will suffer for their idolatry and injustice or go into exile, but will later be restored.
34. Nahum — Powerful wicked Nineveh will fall before God’s judgment.
35. Habakkuk — Questions of nature of evil. Trust God even when he seems unresponsive or unfair.
36. Zephaniah — The Day of the Lord promises judgment against Judah. Other nations should listen.
37. Haggai — Jews returned from exile to rebuild God’s second temple, which is to be better than the first.
38. Zechariah — Jewish exiles to rebuild their temple where one day their messiah will appear.
39. Malachi — People rebuked for violating covenants. This last Old Testament book warns of the coming messiah.
40. Matthew — Gospel speaking to Jews: Jesus completes their prophecies of the coming Messiah.
41. Mark — Gospel giving very specific facts about Jesus and his deeds, not so much his words.
42. Luke — Gospel written by gentile to gentiles promising Jesus is savior of all.
43. John — Gospel to Jews and Gentiles proving Jesus is promised messiah and is God himself.
44. Acts — Acts of the Apostles, through the Holy Spirit, to carry on Christ’s work after His ascension.
45. Romans — Salvation and righteousness given to all who have faith in Jesus, the risen Son of God.
46. 1 Corinthians — Paul deals with the many sin problems in the church at Corinth.
47. 2 Corinthians — Paul defends his ministry and his imperfect conduct to the troubled Corinthian church.
48. Galatians — Christians free from Jewish laws: Salvation comes through belief in Christ alone.
49. Ephesians — Christians are part of the body of Christ, the Church, and serve by living godly lives.
50. Philippians — Paul urges the church to have Christian unity and joy. How unity can be broken.
51. Colossians — Jesus Christ is supreme over all. Don’t be distracted by other philosophies.
52. 1 Thessalonians — Answers to questions about the end times and the future coming of the Lord.
53. 2 Thessalonians — Believers are to persevere in holy living while we watch for Christ’s promised return.
54. 1 Timothy — Pastors are to conduct their lives in godliness and oppose false teachings.
55. 2 Timothy — Never shrink from sharing Jesus and the Gospel. God provides strength in suffering.
56. Titus — Leaders are to be strong, with Godly principals, and sternly reprimand evildoers,
57. Philemon — Paul begs mercy for a runaway slave converted to Christianity.
58. Hebrews — To doubting Christian Jews: Jesus is better than Old Testament sacrifices or covenants.
59. James — Real Christian faith is shown by one’s good works which demonstrate it.
60. 1 Peter — Suffering for the sake of Jesus is noble and good. Hope for a certain future.
61. 2 Peter — Beware of false teachers within the church. Jesus will indeed physically return.
62. 1 John — Warnings about those who would lead you astray. Let the Holy Spirit guide you.
63. 2 John — Beware of false teachers who denied Jesus’ physical life on earth. Obey God’s Laws.
64. 3 John — Church leaders must be humble, not proud, and show hospitality to Christian workers.
65. Jude — Beware of heretical teachers and their dangerous doctrines. Build up your faith.
66. Revelation — God will defeat Satan and forces of evil in the end. Prophesies of the last days.