BNP Index

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Before Kings

(missing elements found in the appendix)

January 1

1. Genesis 1-3, Job 1, Psalm 8, 102, 104

January 2

2. Genesis 4-5, Job 2:1-10

January 3

3. Genesis 6-10, Job 2:11-3:26

January 4

4. Genesis 11, Job 4-5

January 5

5. Genesis 12-15, Job 6-7

January 6

6. Genesis 16-17, Job 8

January 7

7. Genesis 18-19:29, Job 9-10

January 8

8. Genesis 19:30-22, Job 11

January 9

9. Genesis 23-24, Job 12-14

January 10

10. Genesis 25-26, Job 15

January 11

11. Genesis 27-28:9, Job 16-17

January 12

12. Genesis 28:10-22, Job 18

January 13

13. Genesis 29-30:24, Job 19

January 14

14. Genesis 30:25-31:55, Job 20

January 15

15. Genesis 32:1-33:20, Job 21

January 16

16. Genesis 34:1-35:29, Job 22

January 17

17. Genesis 36, Job 23-24

January 18

18. Genesis 37, Job 25

January 19

19. Genesis 38, Job 26-31

January 20

20. Genesis 39-45, Job 31-37

January 21

21. Genesis 46-47, Job 38-40:2

January 22

22. Genesis 48, Job 40:3-41:34

January 23

23. Genesis 49, Job 42:1-9

January 24

24. Genesis 50:1-21, Job 42:10-17

January 25

25. Genesis 50:22-26

January 26

26. Exodus 1-3, Psalm 105

January 27

27. Exodus 4-6, Psalm 106

January 28

28. Exodus 7-9, Psalm 114

January 29

29. Exodus 10-12, Psalm 136

January 30

30. Exodus 13-20

January 31

31. Exodus 23:20-24:18

February 1

32. Exodus 31:12-35:3

February 2

33. Exodus 35:20-36:7

February 3

34. Exodus 40

February 4

35. Leviticus 8:1-10:20 (See also Appendix Exodus 29:1-37)

February 5

36. Numbers 1-2

February 6

37. Numbers 3-4

February 7

38. Numbers 6:22-8:26

February 8

39. Numbers 9-10:10

February 9

40. Numbers 10:11-11:15

February 10

41. Numbers 11:16-13

February 11

42. Numbers 14-15, Psalm 90

February 12

43. Numbers 16-17

February 13

44. Numbers 20-22

February 14

45. Numbers 23-25

February 15

46. Numbers 26-30

February 16

47. Numbers 31-32

February 17

48. Numbers 33-34

February 18

49. Numbers 35-36

February 19

50. Deuteronomy 1-2

February 20

51. Deuteronomy 3-4

February 21

52. Deuteronomy 5-7

February 22

53. Deuteronomy 8-10

February 23

54. Deuteronomy 11

February 24

55. Deuteronomy 25:17-ch27

February 25

56. Deuteronomy 28-29

February 26

57. Deuteronomy 30-31

February 27

58. Deuteronomy 32-34, Psalm 91

February 28

59. Joshua 1-4

March 1

60. Joshua 5-8

March 2

61. Joshua 9-11

March 3

62. Joshua 14

March 4

63. Joshua 20-21

March 5

64. Joshua 22-24

March 6

65. Judges 1:1-3:8, Ruth 1:1-13

March 7

66. Judges 3:9-31, Ruth 1:14-22

March 8

67. Judges 4-5:31, Ruth 2:1-23

March 9

68. Judges 6-10:5, Ruth 3:1-18

March 10

69. Judges 10:6-16:31, Ruth 4:1-15

March 11

70. Judges 17-21, Ruth 4:16-22

The Kings

Outline synthesizing 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles, as well as the books of relevant prophets and kings, the book of Esther, and most of Psalms:

(missing elements found in the appendix)

Adapted from outlines found in the introductions of 1 Samuel, 1 Kings, and 1 Chronicles — from Zondervan’s NASB Study Bible (1999).

March 12

71. I. Historical Setting for the Establishment of Kingship in Israel

A. Samuel’s Birth, Youth and Calling to Be a Prophet; Judgment on the House of Eli (1 Sam 1-3)

March 13

72. B. Israel Defeated by the Philistines, the Ark of God Taken and the Ark Restored; Samuel’s Role as Judge and Deliverer (1 Sam 4-7)

March 14

73. II. The Establishment of Kingship in Israel under the Guidance of Samuel the Prophet

A. The People’s Sinful Request for a King and God’s Intent to Give Them a King (1 Sam 8)

March 15

74. B. Samuel Anoints Saul Privately to Be King (1 Sam 9—10:16)

March 16

75. C. Saul Chosen to Be King Publicly by Lot at Mizpah (1 Sam 10:17-27)

D. The Choice of Saul as King Confirmed by Victory over the Ammonites (1 Sam 11:1-13)

E. Saul’s Reign Inaugurated at a Covenant Renewal Ceremony Convened by Samuel at Gilgal (1 Sam 11:14-12:25)

March 17

76. III. Saul’s Kingship a Failure (1 Sam 13-15)

March 18

77. IV. David’s Rise to the Throne; Progressive Deterioration and End of Saul’s Reign

See also 2 Sam 1:1; 2:1,4,11.

A. David Is Anointed Privately, Enters the Service of King Saul and Flees for His Life

i. 1 Samuel 16-17

March 19

78. ii. 1 Samuel 18-20, Psalm 11, 59

March 20

79. iii. 1 Samuel 21-24

March 21

80. Psalm 52, 54, 56, 57, 142

March 22

81. iv. Psalm 27, 31, 34

March 23

82. Psalm 120, 140, 141

March 24

83. v. 1 Samuel 25-27, Psalm 17, 35

March 25

84. B. David Seeks Refuge in Philistia, and Saul and His Sons Are Killed in Battle (1 Sam 27-30)

March 26-27

85. (1 Sam 31 & 1 Chr 10)
86. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.
Blending #1: 1 Samuel 31, 1 Chronicles 10; (Psalm 7, 18) (2 Sam 22)

March 28

87. i. Psalm 121, 123-125

March 29

88. Psalm 128-130

March 30

89. C. David Becomes King over Judah (2 Sam 1-4)

March 31

90. i. Psalm 6, 9-10

April 1

91. Psalm 14, 16, 19, 21

April 2

92. ii. Psalm 43, 44, 49, 84

April 3

93. Psalm 85, 87, 73, 77

April 4

94. iii. Psalm 78, 81, 88, 92, 93, 103

April 5-6

95. D. David Becomes King over All Israel (2 Sam 5:1-5) (1 Chr 11:1-3) (Psalm 107, 133)

V. David’s Kingship in Its Accomplishments and Glory

A. David Conquers Jerusalem and Defeats the Philistines (2 Sam 5:6-25) (1 Chr 11:4-9)

96. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #2: 1 Chronicles 11:1-9; 2 Samuel 5:1-25

April 7-8

97. B. David’s Mighty Men; Supporters in Ziklag and Hebron (2 Sam 23:8-39) (1 Chr 11:10-47-ch.12) (Psalm 95, 97-99)

98. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #3: 2 Samuel 23:8-39 & 1 Chronicles 11:10-47-ch.12

April 9-10

99. C. David Brings the Ark to Jerusalem; Establishment of David’s Kingdom (2 Sam 6) (1 Chr 13-16)

100. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #4: 2 Samuel 6; 1 Chronicles 13-16

April 11

101. i. Psalm 1, 15, 22

April 12

102. Psalm 68, 89, 96, 100

April 13-14

103. D. God Promises David an Everlasting Dynasty (2 Sam 7) (1 Chr 17)

E. The Extension of David’s Kingdom Externally and the Justice of His Rule Internally (2 Sam 8) (1 Chr 18)

104. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #5: 2 Samuel 7-8; 1 Chronicles 17-18

April 15

105. i. Psalm 25, 29, 33

April 16

106. Psalm 36, 39, 60

April 17

107. F. David’s Faithfulness to His Covenant with Jonathan (2 Sam 9) (Psalm 50, 53, 75)

April 18-19

108. G. David’s Messengers Abused; Ammon and Aram Defeated (2 Samuel 10) (1 Chronicles 19)

109. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #6: 2 Samuel 10; 1 Chronicles 19

April 20

110. Psalm 65-67, 69-70

April 21

111. VI. David’s Kingship in Its Weaknesses and Failures

A. David Commits Adultery and Murder (2 Sam 11-12:25) (Psalm 32, 51, 86, 122)

April 22

112. B. Gibeonite Revenge and Four Philistine Episodes (2 Sam 21) (Psalm 5, 38, 41)

April 23-24

113. C. War Again with Philistine Giants (2 Sam 12:26-31) (1 Chr 20)

114. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #7: 2 Samuel 12:26-31; 1 Chronicles 20

April 25-26

115. D. David Loses His Sons Amnon and Absalom (2 Sam 13-20—today only read 13-16)

i. 2 Sam 15:3 – Psalm 3

ii. 2 Sam 15:23-28; 16:2, 14; 17:16, 29 – Psalm 63

116. iii. 2 Samuel 17-20.

April 27

117. Psalm 4, 12-13, 26, 40

April 28

118. Psalm 55, 58, 61-62, 64

April 29-30

119. VII. Final Reflections on David’s Reign

A. Census Brings Pestilence (2 Sam 24) (1 Chr 21) (Psalm 30, 108, 109)

120. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #8: 2 Samuel 24; 1 Chronicles 21

May 1

121. B. Preparations for the Temple (1 Chr 22)

May 2

122. C. Organization of the Temple Service (1 Chr 23-26)

May 3

123. Psalm 131, 138-139, 143-145

May 4

124. D. Administrative Structures of the Kingdom (1 Chr 27)

May 5

125. E. David’s Final Preparations for Succession and the Temple (1 Chr 28-29:20)

May 6-8

126. F. Succession of Solomon; Death of David (1 Chr 29:21-30) (1 Kings 1-2:12) (2 Sam 5:4-5; 23:1-7)

127. A. Solomon’s Throne Consolidated (1 K 2:13-46) (Psalm 119:89-176)

128. Same passages as the last two days, combined into one account.

Blending #9: 1 Chronicles 29:21-30; 1 Kings 1-2; 2 Samuel 5:4-5; 23:1-7

May 9

129. Psalm 37, 71, 94, 111-113

May 10

130. Psalm 115-118, 127

May 11

131. VIII. The Reign of Solomon

–Solomon’s coronation: Psalm 2, 72, 101, 110, 119:1-88, ps.132

May 12-13

132. B. The Gift of Wisdom (2 Chr 1) (1 K 3), Psalm 45 (marriage to Pharaoh’s daughter), 72

133. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #10: 2 Chronicles 1, 1 Kings 3

May 14

134. Song of Solomon 1-5:1

May 15

135. Song of Solomon 5:2-ch8

May 16

136. Proverbs 1-3

May 17

137. Proverbs 4-6

May 18

138. Proverbs 7-9

May 19

139. Proverbs 10-12

May 20

140. Proverbs 13-15

May 21

141. Proverbs 16-18

May 22

142. Proverbs 19-21

May 23

143. Proverbs 22-24

May 24

144. Proverbs 25-26

May 25

145. Proverbs 27-29

May 26

146. Proverbs 30-31

May 27-28

147. C. Building the Temple (2 Chr 2-5:1) (1 K 5-7)

148. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #11 of 2 Chronicles 2-5:1; 1 Kings 5-7

May 29-30

149. D. Dedication of the Temple (2 Chr 5:2-7:22) (1 K 8-9:9)

150. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #12 of 2 Chr 5:2-7:22; 1 K 8-9:9

May 31

151. Psalm 28, 47, 134, 146

June 1

152. Psalm 148-150

June 2-3

153. E. Solomon’s Other Activities (1 K 9:10-10:13) (2 Chr 8-9:12)

154. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #13: 1 Kings 9:10-10:13; 2 Chronicles 8-9:12

June 4-5

155. F. Power, Wealth and Wisdom of Solomon’s Reign (1 K 4; 10:14-29) (2 Chr 9:13-29)

156. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #14: 1 Kings 4; 10:14-29; 2 Chronicles 9:13-29

June 6

157. Ecclesiastes 1-2

June 7

158. Ecclesiastes 3-4

June 8

159. Ecclesiastes 5-6

June 9

160. Ecclesiastes 7-8

June 10

161. Ecclesiastes 9-10

June 11

162. Ecclesiastes 11-12

June 12

163. G. Solomon’s Folly; Throne Threatened (1 K 11:1-40)

June 13-14

164. H. Death of Solomon (2 Chr 9:29-31) (1 K 11:41-43)

165. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #15: 2 Chronicles 9:29-31; 1 Kings 11:41-43

June 15-16

166. IX. The Schism; Israel and Judah from Jeroboam I/Rehoboam to Ahab/Asa

A. Rehoboam of Judah (2 Chr 10-11:23) (1 K 14:21-31; 1 K 12:1-24)

167. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #16: 1 Kings 14:21-31; 1 Kings 12:1-34; 2 Chronicles 10-11:23

June 17-18

168. B. Jeroboam I of Israel (2 Chr 12:1-16 ) (1 K 12:25-14:20)

169. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #17: 1 K 12:25-14:20; 2 Chr 12:1-16

June 19-20

170. C. Abijah/Abijam of Judah (2 Chr 13-14:1) (1 K 15:1-8)

171. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #18: 2 Chronicles 13-14:1; 1 Kings 15:1-8

June 21-22

172. D. Asa of Judah (2 Chr 14:2-16:14) (1 K 15:9-24)

173. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #19: 2 Chronicles 14:2-16:14; 1 Kings 15:9-24

June 23

174. E. Nadab of Israel (1 K 15:25-32)

F. Baasha of Israel (1 K 15:33-16:7)

G. Elah of Israel (1 K 16:8-14)

H. Zimri of Israel (1 K 16:15-20)

I. Omri of Israel (1 K 16:21-28)

J. Ahab of Israel (1 K 16:29-34)

June 24

175. X. The Ministries of Elijah and Elisha and Other Prophets from Ahab/Asa to Joram/Jehoshaphat

A. Elijah (and Other Prophets) in the Reign of Ahab (1 K 17:1-22:40)

1. Elijah and the drought (1 K 17)

June 25

176. 2. Elijah on Mount Carmel (1 K 18)

June 26

177. 3. Elijah’s flight to Horeb (1 K 19)

June 27

178. 4. A prophet condemns Ahab for sparing Ben-hadad (1 K 20)

June 28

179. 5. Elijah condemns Ahab for seizing Naboth’s vineyard (1 K 21)

June 29

180. 6. Micaiah prophesies Ahab’s death; its fulfillment (1 Kings 22:1-40) (2 Chronicles 18:1-34)

Blending #20: 1 Kings 22:1-40; 2 Chronicles 18:1-34

June 30

181. B. Jehoshaphat of Judah (2 Chronicles 17; 19-21:3) (1 Kings 22:41-50) (Psalm 20)

Blending #21: 1 Kings 22:41-50; 2 Chronicles 17; 19-21:3

July 1

182. C. Ahaziah of Israel; Elijah’s Last Prophecy (1 K 22:51-2 K 1:18)

July 2

183. D. Elijah’s Translation; Elisha’s Inauguration (2 K 2:1-18)

E. Elisha in the Reign of Jehoram/Joram of Israel (2 K 2:19-8:15)

1. Elisha’s initial miraculous signs (2 K 2:19-25)

2. Elisha during the campaign against Moab (2 K 3)

July 3

184. 3. Elisha’s ministry to needy ones in Israel (2 K 4)

4. Elisha heals Naaman (2 K 5)

5. Elisha’s deliverance of one of the prophets (2 K 6:1-7)

6. Elisha’s deliverance of Joram/Jehoram of Israel from Aramean raiders (2 K 6:8-23)

7. Aramean siege of Samaria lifted, as Elisha prophesied (2 K 6:24-7:20)

July 4-5

185. 8. The Shunammite’s land restored (2 K 8:1-6)

9. Elisha prophesies Hazael’s oppression of Israel (2 K 8:7-15)

XI. Israel and Judah from Joram/Jehoram of Israel to the Exile of Israel

A. Jehoram and Ahaziah of Judah (2 Chr 21:4-22:9) (2 K 8:16-29; 9:14-29)

186. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #22: 2 Chronicles 21:4-22:9; 2 Kings 8:16-29; 9:14-29

July 6

187. B. Jehu’s Revolt and Reign (2 K 9-10)

1. Elisha orders Jehu’s anointing (2 K 9:1-13)

2. Jehu’s assassination of Joram and Ahaziah of Judah (2 K 9:14-29)

3. Jehu’s execution of Jezebel (2 K 9:30-37)

4. Jehu’s slaughter of Ahab’s family (2 K 10:1-17)

5. Jehu’s eradication of Baal worship (2 K 10:18-36)

July 7-8

188. C. Athaliah and Joash of Judah; Repair of the Temple (2 Chr 22:10-24:27) (2 K 11-12)

i. 2 K 11, 12:17-18 – Psalm 42

189. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #23: 2 Chronicles 22:10-24:27; 2 Kings 11-12

July 9

190. D. Jehoahaz of Israel (2 K 13:1-9)

E. Jehoash of Israel; Elisha’s Last Prophecy (2 K 13:10-25)

July 10-11

191. F. Amaziah of Judah (2 Chr 25) (2 K 14:1-14)

G. Jeroboam II of Israel (2 K 14:15-16; 23-28)

192. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #24: 2 Chronicles 25; 2 Kings 14:1-16, 23-28

July 12

193. Jonah 1-4

July 13-14

194. H. Azariah/Uzziah of Judah (2 Chr 26) (2 K 14:21-22; 15:1-7)

195. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #25: 2 Chronicles 26; 2 Kings 14:17-22; 15:1-7

July 15

196. Isaiah 1-5

July 16

197. Isaiah 6

July 17

198. Amos 1-3

July 18

199. Amos 4-5

July 19

200. Amos 6-7

July 20

201. Amos 8-9

July 21

202. Hosea 1-3

July 22

203. Hosea 4-6

July 23

204. I. Zechariah of Israel (2 K 14:29; 15:8-12)

July 24

205. J. Shallum of Israel (2 K 15:13-16)

K. Menahem of Israel (2 K 15:17-22)

L. Pekahiah of Israel (2 K 15:23-26)

M. Pekah of Israel (2 K 15:27-31)

July 25-26

206. N. Jotham of Judah (2 Chr 27) (2 K 15:32-38)

207. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #26: 2 Chronicles 27; 2 Kings 15:32-38

July 27

208. Micah 1-3

July 28

209. Hosea 7-9

July 29-30

210. O. Ahaz of Judah (2 Chr 28) (2 K 16) (Isaiah 7)

211. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #27: 2 Chronicles 28; 2 Kings 16

July 31

212. Micah 4-5

August 1

213. Isaiah 8-9

August 2

214. Isaiah 10-12

August 3

215. Isaiah 13-15

August 4

216. Isaiah 16-18

August 5

217. Isaiah 19-21

August 6

218. Isaiah 22-25

August 7

219. Isaiah 26-28

August 8

220. Isaiah 29-31

August 9

221. Isaiah 32-35

August 10

222. Hosea 10-12

August 11

223. P. Hoshea of Israel (2 K 17:1-6)

Q. Exile of Israel; Resettlement of the Land (2 K 17:7-41)

August 12-15

224. XII. Judah from Hezekiah to the Babylonian Exile

A. Hezekiah (2 Chr 29-32) (2 K 18-20) TIE TOGETHER

1. Hezekiah’s good reign (2 K 18:1-8), Psalm 48

2. The Assyrian threat and deliverance (2 K 18:9-19:37), Psalm 46, 80, 135

3. Hezekiah’s illness and alliance with Babylon (2 K 20)

4. TIE TOGETHER: Isaiah 36-39Psalm 76

225. Same reading as the day before, combined into one account.

226. Same reading as two days prior, combined into one account.

227. Same reading as three days prior, combined into one account.

Blending #28: 2 Chronicles 29-32; 2 Kings 18-20; Isaiah 36-39

August 16

228. Isaiah 40-43

August 17

229. Isaiah 44-48

August 18

230. Isaiah 53-56

August 19

231. Isaiah 57-60

August 20

232. Isaiah 61-64

August 21

233. Isaiah 65-66

August 22

234. Micah 6-7, Hosea 13-14

August 23-24

235. B. Manasseh (2 Chr 33:1-20) (2 K 21:1-18)

C. Amon (2 Chr 33:21-25) (2 K 21:19-26)

236. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #29: 2 Chronicles 33:1-25; 2 Kings 21:1-26

August 25

237. D. Josiah (2 Chr 34-35:27) (2 K 22-23:27)

Combine this into one account.

Blending #30: 2 Chronicles 34-35:19; 2 Kings 22-23:1-3, 21-23

August 26

238. Zephaniah 1-3

August 27

239. Nahum 1-3

August 28

240. Jeremiah 1-3

August 29-30

241.  Josiah, part 2. Also: Jehoahaz/Joahaz Succeeds Josiah (2 Kings 23:4-20, 24-33) (2 Chronicles 35:20-36:3)

242. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #31: 2 Kings 23:4-20, 24-33; 2 Chronicles 35:20-36:3

August 31

243. Habakkuk 1-3

September 1

244. Jeremiah 4-7:15

September 2-3

245. 2. Eliakim/Jehoiakim: first Babylonian invasion (2 K 23:34-24:7) (2 Chr 36:4-8)

246. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account

Blending #32: 2 Kings 23:34-24:7; 2 Chronicles 36:4-8

September 4

247. Jeremiah 26

September 5

248. Jeremiah 7:16-ch10

September 6

249. Jeremiah 11-12

September 7

250. Jeremiah 13-15

September 8

251. Jeremiah 16-17

September 9

252. Jeremiah 18-20

September 10

253. Daniel 1-4

September 11

254. Jeremiah 25

September 12

255. Jeremiah 46-48

September 13

256. Jeremiah 49-50

September 14

257. Jeremiah 51

September 15

258. Jeremiah 36:1-8, ch 45

September 16

259. Jeremiah 23-24, 36:9-32, ch 35

September 17

260. Lamentations 1-5

September 18-19

261. 3. Jehoiachin: second Babylonian invasion (2 K 24:8-17) (2 Chr 36:9-10)

262. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #33: 2 Kings 24:8-17; 2 Chronicles 36:9-10

September 20

263. Jeremiah 27-31, 34:1-7

September 21-22

264. 4. Mattaniah/Zedekiah (2 K 24:18-20) (2 Chr 36:11-14)

265. Same passage as yesterday, combined into one account

Blending #34: 2 Kings 24:18-20; 2 Chronicles 36:11-14

September 23

266. Jeremiah 21-22

September 24

267. Jeremiah 37:1-10; 34:8-22; 37:11-38:13

September 25

268. Jeremiah 39:15-18; chs 32-33

September 26

269. Jeremiah 38:14-39:14; 52:1-30, Psalm 74, 79

September 27

270. Jeremiah 40-44; 52:31-34

September 28

271. Obadiah (see also Jeremiah 49:9-10, 14-16), Psalm 82, 83

September 29

272. Ezekiel 1-3

September 30

273. Ezekiel 4-5

October 1

274. Ezekiel 6-7

October 2

275. Ezekiel 8-11

October 3

276. Ezekiel 12

October 4

277. Ezekiel 13-15

October 5

278. Ezekiel 16-18

October 6

279. Ezekiel 19-21

October 7

280. Ezekiel 22-25

October 8

281. Ezekiel 29:1-16; 26; 30:20-26; 27-28

October 9

282. Ezekiel 30:1-19; 32:17-32

October 10

283. Ezekiel 31-32:1-16

October 11-12

284. F. Exile and Restoration

1. Babylonian exile of Judah (2 Chr 36:15-21) (2 K 25:1-21); Ezekiel 33-35

285. Same selection as yesterday, combined into one account.

Blending #35: Chronicles 36:15-21; 2 Kings 25:1-21; Ezekiel 33-35

October 13

286. 2. Removal of the remnant to Egypt (2 K 25:22-26); Ezekiel 36-37; Esther 1-2:18

October 14

287. 3. Elevation of Jehoiachin in Babylon (2 K 25:27-30); Ezekiel 38-39; Esther 2:19-7:10

October 15

288. Esther 8-10

October 16

289. Ezekiel 40-4829:17-21Psalm 137

October 17

290. Daniel 7-8, 5

October 18

291. Daniel 6, 11-12

October 19

292. Daniel 9-10

Post-Exile

The synthesis of Ezra, Haggai, Zechariah and Nehemiah, beginning with the end of Ezekiel and concluding with Malachi and Joel, with a few psalms placed here and there.

Adapted from Zondervan’s NASB study Bible (1999) introduction to Zechariah:

October 20

293. 4. Cyrus Permits Return (2 Chr 36:22-23) (Ezra 1-3), Psalm 126

Blending #36: 2 Chronicles 36:22-23; Ezra 1:1-4

October 21

294. Ezra 4

October 22

295. 1. Haggai’s first message (Hag 1:1-11; Ezra 5:1)
2. Resumption of the building of the temple (Hag 1:12-15; Ezra 5:2)
[The rebuilding seems to have been hindered from 536 to c. 530 (Ezra 4:1-5), and the work ceased altogether from c.530 to 520 (Ezra 4:24).]
3. Haggai’s second message (Hag. 2:1-9)
4. Beginning of Zechariah’s preaching (Zech. 1:1-6)
5. Haggai’s third message (Hag. 2:10-19)
6. Haggai’s fourth message (Hag 2:20-23)
7. Tattenai’s letter to Darius concerning the rebuilding of the temple (Ezra 5:3-6:14)
(There must have been a lapse of time between the resumption of the building and Tattenai’s appearance.)

October 23

296. 8. Zechariah’s eight night visions (Zech. 1:7-6:8)

October 24

297. 9. Joshua crowned (Zech. 6:9-15)

October 25

298. 10. Repentance urged, blessings promised (Zech. 7-8)

October 26

299. 11. Dedication of the temple (Ezra 6:15-ch.10)

October 27

300. 12. Zechariah’s final prophecy (Zech. 9-14)

October 28

301. Nehemiah 1-6

October 29

302. Nehemiah 7-12:43, Psalm 147

October 30

303. Nehemiah 12:44-13:31, Malachi 1-4, Joel 1-3

Gospel Harmony, Acts

Outline taken from “The Life of Christ in Stereo” by Cheney (1973) (slight adaptations). Having this book would make reading through this section go more smoothly, at least until Acts.  I may buy the most recent version of it and update the outline.

October 31

304. Four Introductions Form One
1. The Biography’s Divine Title (Mk. 1:1)
2. Jesus Was God’s Expression in Flesh (Jn. 1:1-18)
3. Legally He Was of Israel’s Royalty (Mt. 1:1-17)
4. The Certainty of the Story’s Facts (Lk. 1:1-4)
Part I. The Period of Preparation
Chapter 1. The Forerunner’s Birth
5. Zechariah’s Prayer Is Answered (Lk. 1:5-25)
6. Gabriel’s Announcement to Mary (Lk. 1:26-38)
7. Mary and Elisabeth Rejoice (Lk. 1:39-56)
8. “His Name Is John” (Lk. 1:57-80)
Chapter 2. Jesus’ Infancy and Youth
9. Joseph Is Reassured (Mat. 1:18-25)
10. “A Savior, Christ the Lord!” (Lk. 2:1-21)
11. Simeon and Anna Testify (Lk. 2:22-39)
12. Worshipers Come from the Gentiles (Mt. 2:1-12)
13. Escape from Herod into Egypt (Mt. 2:13-23; Lk. 2:40)
14. The Boy Jesus in the Temple (Lk. 2:41-52)

November 1

305. Chapter 3. Heralded, Tested, and Approved
15. John Preaches in the Wilderness (Mt. 3:1-12; Mk. 1:2-8; Lk. 3:1-18)
16. Jesus’ Baptism and Physical Lineage (Mt. 3:13-17; Mk. 1:9-11; Lk. 3:21-38)
17. Tempted in Body, Soul, and Spirit (Mt. 4:1-11; Mk. 1:12-13; Lk. 4:1-13)
18. John Answers the Jews’ Committee (Jn. 1:19-34)
19. Jesus Finds the First Three Disciples (Jn. 1:35-42)
20. Philip and Nathanael Respond (Jn. 1:43-51)
21. Jesus’ First Miraculous Sign (Jn. 2:1-12)
Part II. The Messianic Labors Begin
Chapter 4. Jerusalem’s Leaders Are Offended
22. “Take These Things Out!” (Jn. 2:13-22)
23. Jesus’ Answer to Nicodemus (Jn. 2:23-3:21)
24. John the Baptist’s Tribute to Jesus (Jn. 3:22-36)
25. Jesus and the Woman at the Well (Mt. 4:12; Lk. 3:19-20; Jn. 4:1-42)

November 2

306. Chapter 5. He is Welcomed in Galilee
26. A Dying Boy Is Healed from Cana (Jn. 4:43-54)
27. But Nazareth Is Outraged at Him (Lk. 4:14-30)
28. Giving the Glad News to Capernaum (Mt. 4:13-17; Mk. 1:14-15; Lk. 4:31a)
29. “I will Make You Fishermen” (Mt. 4:18-22; Mk. 1:16-20)
30. An Unclean Spirit Obeys Him (Mk. 1:21,23-28; Lk. 4:31b,33-37)
31. Many Healings and an Extended Tour (Mt. 8:14-17;4:23; Mk. 1:29-39; Lk. 4:38-44)
32. He Challenges the Fishermen Again (Lk. 5:1-11)
33. A Man Full of Leprosy Is Healed (Mt. 8:2-4; Mk. 1:40-45; Lk. 5:12-16)
34. A Paralytic Is Forgiven and Healed (Mt. 9:2-8; Mk. 2:1-12; Lk. 5:17-26)
35. Tax Official Matthew Is Enlisted (Mt. 9:9; Mk. 2:13-14; Lk. 5:27-28)

November 3

307. Part III. The Year of Great Public Favor
Chapter 6. Teachings as One with Authority
36. In the Grain Fields on the Sabbath (Mt. 12:1-8; Mk. 2:23-28; Lk. 6:1-5)
37. A Man’s Withered Hand Is Healed (Mt. 12:9-14; Mk. 3:1-6; Lk. 6:6-11)
38. Multitudes Come; the Twelve Are Appointed (Mt. 12:15-21; 4:24-25;10:2-4; Mk. 3:7-19a; Lk. 6:12-19)
39. Teaching the Twelve on the Mountain (Mt. 5:1-7:29; Mk. 1:22; Lk. 6:20-7:1a; 16:17; 12:57-59; 12:22b-31; 4:32) True Discipleship Brings True Rewards (Mt. 5:3-12; Lk. 6:22-23) But Discipleship Requires High Conduct (Mt. 5:13-20; Lk. 16:17) It Reflects Your Attitude of Heart (Mt. 5:21-26; Lk. 12:57-59) It Means Purity, Fidelity, Simplicity (Mt. 5:27-37) It Answers Personal Enmity with Love (Mt. 5:38-48; Lk. 6:27-30,32-36) It Avoids Parading Its Good Works (Mt. 6:1-18) Its Treasures Are Stored in Heaven (Mt. 6:19-24) It Trusts in the Father’s Care (Mt. 6:25-34; Lk. 12:22b-31) It is Generous, Humble, and Wise (Mt. 7:1-11; Lk. 6:37-42) It Proves Its Reality by Its Fruit (Mt. 7:12-20; Lk. 6:31,43-45) Through Obedience Its House Endures (Mt. 7:21-29; Lk. 6:46-49; Mk. 1:22)

November 4

308. Chapter 7. Kingdom Parables and Kingly Power
40. A Centurion’s Extraordinary Faith (Mt. 8:1,5-13; Lk. 7:1b-10)
41. A Widow’s Dead Son Is Restored (Lk. 7:11-17)
42. Jesus Is Anointed by an Outcast Woman (Lk. 7:36-50)
43. Another Tour; He Is Accused of Demonry; His Mother and Brothers Come (Mt. 12:46-50; Mk. 3:19b-35; Lk. 8:1-4b,19-21; 12:10)
44. Teaching by the Sea in Parables (Mt. 13:1-52; Mk. 4:1-34; Lk. 8:4c-18; 13:18-21) Lesson of the Four Kinds of Soil (Mt. 13:1-9; Mk. 4:1b-9; Lk. 8:4c-8) “Why Speak to Them in Parables?” (Mt. 13:10-17; Mk. 4:10-12; Lk. 8:9-10) “The Seed Sown Is the Word” (Mt. 13:18-23; Mk. 4:13-20; Lk. 8:11-15) Lesson of the Wheat and Darnel (Mt. 13:24-30) Of Things Hidden, and How to Listen (Mt 13:12; Mk. 4:21-25; Lk. 8:16-18) Of a Harvest; of Mustard; of Leaven (Mt. 13:31-35; Mk. 4:26-34; Lk. 13:18-21) Kingdom Lessons of the Twelve (Mt. 13:36-52)
45. Ruler of the Winds at Sea (Mt. 8:18,23-27; Mk. 4:35-41; Lk. 8:22-25)
46. Conqueror of the Gerasene Demons (Mt. 8:28-34; Mk. 5:1-20; Lk. 8:26-39)
47. Eating with Capernaum’s Outcasts; Feasting While Others Fasted (Mt. 9:1,10-17; Mk. 5:21a;2:15-22; Lk. 8:40;5:29-39)
48. A Woman Is Healed, a Dead Girl Raised, “Why Make a Tumult?” (Mt. 9:18-26; Mk. 5:21b-43; Lk. 8:41-56)
49. Two Blind Men and a Dumb Demoniac (Mt. 9:27-34)
50. Jesus Answers John the Baptist (Mt. 11:2-19; Lk. 7:18-35; 16:16)

November 5

309. Chapter 8. Answering Jerusalem’s Leaders
51. An Invalid at the Pool of Bethesda Healed, “All Should Honor the Son,” “Attested by Four Truthful Witnesses” (Jn. 5:1-47)
52. His Second Visit at Nazareth (Mt. 13:53-58; Mk. 6:1-6a)
53. The Twelve Are Sent Out to Preach (Mt. 9:35-10:1,5-16,24-33,37-11:1; Mk. 6:6b-13; Lk. 9:1-6) “Go to the Lost Sheep of Israel” (Mt. 10:5b-15; Mk. 6:8-11; Lk. 9:3-5) “Fear Them Not, Therefore” (Mt. 10:16,24-31) Witnessing and Service to Be Rewarded (Mt. 10:32-33,37-42) Seven Simultaneous Preaching Tours (Mt. 11:1; Mk. 6:12-13; Lk. 9:6)
54. John the Baptist Is Martyred (Mt. 14:1-13a; Mk. 6:14-29; Lk. 9:7-9)
55. Five Thousand Are Miraculously Fed; “Bring Them Here to Me;” “Ready to Make Him King” (Mt. 14:13b-23; Mk. 6:30-46; Lk. 9:10-17; Jn. 6:1-15)
56. His Pre-dawn Walk on the Sea, Excitement in Gennesaret (Mt. 14:24-36; Mk. 6:47-56; Jn. 6:16-21)

November 6

310. No chapter nine? Part IV. Crucial Rejections by Israel
Chapter 10. Repudiated at Capernaum
57. He Discourses on the Bread of Life, “How Can He Give His Flesh?” “Do You Also Wish to Go Away?” (Jn. 6:22-71)
58. Men’s Traditions Versus God’s Commands, Man’s Defilement Is from Within (Jn. 7:1; Mt. 15:1-20; Mk. 7:1-23)
Chapter 11. A Ministry in Gentile Regions
59. Crumbs from the Children’s Table (Mt. 15:21-28;Mk. 7:24-30)
60. A Deaf Man, and Many, Healed (Mt. 15:29-31; Mk. 7:31-37)
61. Four Thousand Hungry Gentiles Fed (Mt. 15:32-38; Mk. 8:1-9a)
62. The Leaven of Error is Reproved (Mt. 15:39-16:12; Mk. 8:9b-21)
63. At Bethsaida a Man Is Given Sight (Mk. 8:22-26)

November 7

311. Chapter 12. Fiercely Rebuffed at Jerusalem
64. He Is Challenged to Display Himself (Jn. 7:2-10)
65. Teaching at the Feast of Tabernacles, “I AM from Him” (Jn. 7:11-36)
66. The Great Day of the Feast (Jn. 7:37-8:1)
67. An Adulteress and Her Accusers (Jn. 8:2-11)
68. “I Am the Light of the World” “You Will Die in Your Sins” “Why Do You Not Believe Me?” “You Are from Your Father the Devil” “Before Abraham Was, I AM” (Jn. 8:12-59)
69. Sight Is Given a Man Born Blind; “He Does Not Keep the Sabbath!” Excommunicated for Truthfulness; “Lord, I Believe” (Jn. 9:1-41); “I Am the Good Shepherd;” “My Life I Am Laying Down” (Jn. 10:1-21)
70. The Dedication; Stoning Again Threatened; A Fruitful Period in Perea (Jn. 10:22-42)

November 8

312. Part V. His Face Turns to the Cross
Chapter 13. Disclosing that He Must Die
71. Peter Declares Jesus’ Messiahship (Mt. 16:13-20; Mk. 8:27-30; Lk. 9:18-21)
72. “The Son of Man Must Be Killed” (Mt. 16:21-28; Mk. 8:31-9:1; Lk. 9:22-27)
73. Three See a Preview of His Glory, “Elijah Has Come Already” (Mt. 17:1-13; Mk. 9:2-13; Lk. 9:28-36)
74. “I Believe—Help My Unbelief!” “Why Could Not We?” (Mt. 17:14-21; Mk. 9:14-29; Lk. 9:37-43a)
75. Foretelling His Death Again (Mt. 17:22-23; Mk. 9:30-32; Lk. 9:43b-45)
76. Paying the Overdue Temple Tax (Mt. 17:24-27; Mk. 9:33a)
77. He Discourses on Humility and Forgiveness (Mt. 18:1-19:2; Mk. 9:33b-10:1; Lk. 9:46-50); Avoid Giving Cause to Stumble (Mt. 18:6-9; Mk. 9:38-50; Lk. 9:49-50); Do Not Despise the Lowly (Mt. 18:10-20); “How Many Times Forgive?” Forgive as You Have Been Forgiven (Mt. 18:21-35); He Ministers Again in Perea (Mt. 19:1-2; Mk. 10:1)

November 9

313. Chapter 14. A Great Final Teaching Tour
78. His Face Is Set Toward Jerusalem (Mt. 8:19-22; Lk. 9:51-62)
79. Heralds Are Sent to Thirty-five Places; Woes Pronounced on Three Cities; The Return of the Seventy Heralds; His Invitation to All Mankind (Mt. 11:20-30; Lk. 10:1-24)
80. The Example of the Good Samaritan (Lk. 10:25-37)
81. Mary’s Choice Was to Hear His Word (Lk. 10:38-42)
82. “Lord, Teach Us to Pray” Don’t Be Diffident About Asking (Lk. 11:1-13)
83. A Blind and Dumb Demoniac Restored, The Sin without Forgiveness, His Mother Is Again Spoken Of (Mt. 12:22-37, 43-45; Lk. 11:14-15, 17-28)
84. “None Except the Sign of Jonah” (Mt. 12:38-42; Lk. 11:16,29-36)
85. Warnings to Pharisees and Lawyers (Lk. 11:37-54)
86. “Everyone Who Shall Confess Me…” (Lk. 12:1-9)
87. God’s Question to a Rich Fool (Lk. 12:13-21)
88. “Be Like Men Who Await Their Lord” (Lk. 12:22a,32-40; Mt. 24:43-44)
89. “To Whom Much Was Given…” “Not Peace but Division” (Mt. 10:34-36; 24:45-51; Lk. 12:41-53)
90. Parable of the Fruitless Fig Tree (Lk. 12:54-56; 13:1-9)
91. A Woman Is Healed on the Sabbath (Lk. 13:10-17)

November 10

314. Chapter 15. Pressing on Toward Jerusalem
92. “Herod Intends to Kill You” (Lk. 13:22-33)
93. Dining with a Chief Pharisee; “Invite Those Who Cannot Repay” The Banquet Refused by the Invited Guests (Lk. 14:1-24)
94. Followers Must Reckon the Cost (Lk. 14:25-35)
95. Of the Lost Sheep and the Coin (Lk. 15:1-10)
96. The Wayward Son Was Welcomed Home; But the Elder Brother Was Angry (Lk. 15:11-32)
97. The Wise Use of Wealth—For Eternity (Lk. 16:1-13)
98. A Man Who Repented in Hades (Lk. 16:14-15,19-31)
99. Is a Servant Thanked for Obeying? (Lk. 17:1-10)
100. Still Journeying; Ten Lepers Healed (Lk. 17:11-19)
101. When the Son of Man Will Come (Lk. 17:20-37)
102. Persistent Prayer Will Be Rewarded (Lk. 18:1-8)
103. Two Men’s Prayers in Contrast (Lk. 18:9-14)
104. Jesus’ Teachings on Divorce (Mt. 19:3-12; Mk. 10:2-12; Lk. 16:18)
105. His Blessing on the Young Children (Mt. 19:13-15a; Mk. 10:13-16; Lk. 18:15-17)

Passion Week Harmony

November 11

315. Chapter 16. Climactic Proof of His Power
106. He Raises Lazarus from the Tomb; “I AM the Resurrection” “Lazarus, Come Forth!” (Jn. 11:1-44)
107. The Jewish Leaders Conspire; He Withdraws (Jn. 11:45-54)
Chapter 17. The Journey through Jericho
108. His Answer to a Rich, Young Ruler (Mt. 19:15b-26; Mk. 10:17-27; Lk. 18:18-27)
109. Rewards Are Promised His Followers; The Parable of the Vineyard Workers (Mt. 19:27-20:16; Mk. 10:28-31; Lk. 18:28-30)
110. His Sufferings Are Again Foretold (Mt. 20:17-19; Mk. 10:32-34; Lk. 18:31-34)
111. Another Rebuke to James and John; “Came to Give His Life as a Ransom” (Mt. 20:20-28; Mk. 10:35-45)
112. A Jericho Beggar Receives Sight (Mt. 20:30-34; Lk. 18:35-43)
113. Jesus’ Visit with Repentant Zacchaeus (Mk. 10:46a; Lk. 19:1-10)
114. Parable of the Pounds of Silver; “I Was Afraid” (Lk. 19:11-27)
115. Sight Is Given to Bartimaeus Also (Mt. 20:29-34; Mk. 10:46b-52; Lk. 19:28)

November 12

316. Part VI. The Hour Is at Hand
Chapter 18. He Rejects the Rejecting Nation
116. His Anointing by Mary of Bethany; “To Anoint My Body for Burial” (Mt. 26:6-13; Mk. 14:3-9; Lk. 22:1; Jn. 11:55-12:11)
117. His Entry of Jerusalem as Messiah; “Hosanna!” Jerusalem’s Leaders Reject Him (Mt. 21:1-11; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19:29-44; Jn. 12:12-19)
118. His Symbolic Curse on the Fig Tree; His Messiahship Is Again Demonstrated (Mt. 21:12-19; Mk. 11:12-19; Lk. 19:45-46)
119. “Whatever You Shall Ask in Faith…” (Mt. 21:20-22; Mk. 11:20-26)
120. Another Challenge to His Authority (Mt. 21:23-27; Mk. 11:27-33; Lk. 20:1-8)
121. “Which of the Two Sons Obeyed?” (Mt. 21:28-32; Mk. 12:1a; Lk. 19:47-48)
122. The Vineyardists Who Killed the Son; The Rejecting Nation is Warned (Mt. 21:33-46; Mk. 12:1b-12; Lk. 21:9-19)
123. A King’s Son’s Wedding Feast (Mt. 22:1-14)
124. “Give Tribute to Caesar?” (Mt. 22:15-22; Mk. 12:13-17; Lk. 20:20-26)
125. Seven Who Married the Same Wife (Mt. 22:23-33; Mk. 12:18-27; Lk. 20:27-40)
126. The First and Great Commandment (Mt. 22:34-40; Mk. 12:28-34a)
127. “How is David’s Son His Lord?” (Mt. 22:41-46; Mk. 12:34b-37; Lk. 20:41-44; 21:37)
128. “Do Not as the Scribes” “Hypocrites!” “You Cleanse the Outside” “How Shall You Escape?” “O Jerusalem!” (Mt. 23:1-39; Mk. 12:38-40; Lk. 21:38; 20:45-47; 13:34-35)
129. A Poor Widow’s Notable Gift (Mk. 12:41-44; Lk. 21:1-4)
130. Gentiles Seek to Meet Jesus (Jn. 12:20-36a)
131. But His Own People Spurn Him (Jn. 12:36b-50)
132. Jesus Tells of Things to Come (Mt. 24:1-42; 10:17-23; 25:1-46; Mk. 13:1-37; Lk. 21:5-36; 12:11-12) The Remainder of the Age in Summary (Mt. 24:4-8; Mk. 13:5-8; Lk. 21:8-11) Persecution and Betrayals to Be Suffered (Mt. 10:17-23; 24:9-14; Mk. 13:9-13; Lk. 12:11-12; 21:12-19) The Gospel to All the Nations—Then the End (Mt. 24:12-14; 10:23; Mk. 13:10) Jerusalem to be Trodden Down (Lk. 21:20-24) Then a Great Tribulation on Earth (Mt. 24:15-22; Mk. 13:14-20) As Lightning from the East (Mt. 24:23-31; Mk. 13:21-27; Lk. 21:25-27) “Watch Therefore; Be Ready” (Mt. 24:32-42; Mk. 13:28-37; Lk. 21:28-36) Five of the Ten Were Foolish (Mt. 25:1-13) Parable of the Entrusted Talents, “Take the Talent from Him” (Mt. 25:14-30) The Son of Man to Judge the Nations (Mt. 25:31-46)

November 13

317. Chapter 19. Preparing for His Sacrifice
133. The Traitor Offers His Bargain (Mt. 26:1-5,14-16; Mk. 14:1-2,10-11; Lk. 22:2-6)
134. Preparing to Observe the Passover (Mt. 26:17-19; Mk. 14:12-16; Lk. 22:7-13)
135. The Passover Meal Is Begun; He Portrays the Role of a Servant; “I Gave You an Example” (Mt. 26:20; Mk. 14:17; Lk. 22:14-18; Jn. 13:1-20)
136. Jesus Warns of the Betrayal; “Lord, Who Is It?” (Mt. 26:21-25; Mk. 14:18-21; Lk. 22:21-23; Jn. 13:21-33)
137. The Memorial Bread and Cup (Mt. 26:26-29; Mk. 14:22-25; Lk. 22:19-20)
138. The Disciples’ Strife Is Rebuked (Lk. 22:24-27; Jn. 13:34-35)
139. A Promise Gives Way to a Warning (Lk. 22:28-34; Jn. 13:36-38)
140. Jesus’ Great Farewell Discourse (Jn. 14:1-16:33) “If You Love Me, Keep My Word” (Jn. 14:15-24); “Peace I Leave with You” (Jn. 14:25-31); The Lesson of the Vine and Branches (Jn. 15:1-8); “I Have Called You Friends” (Jn. 15:9-17); “Your Persecutors Have No Excuse” (Jn. 15:18-25); “The Helper Will Testify of Me” (Jn. 15:26-16:7); “He Will Convict the World” (Jn. 16:8-15) “Your Grief Will Turn to Joy” (Jn. 16:16-24) “I Am Going to the Father” (Jn. 16:25-28) “I Have Overcome the World” (Jn. 16:29-33)
141. His Prayer of Intercession; “Keep Them in Thy Name” “That They May Be One in Us” (Jn. 17:1-26)
142. “Now Take Purse…and Sword” On Their Way to Gethsemane (Mt. 26:30-35; Mk. 14:26-31; Lk. 22:35-39; Jn. 18:1a)

November 14

318. Part VII. The Consummation
Chapter 20. Hour of the Power of Darkness
143. “Not My Will, but Thine” “Behold, the Hour Has Come” (Mt. 26:36-46; Mk. 14:32-42; Lk. 22:40-46; Jn. 18:1b)
144. The Betrayal and Desertion; “Permit Even This!” “This Is the Power of Darkness” (Mt. 26:47-56; Mk. 14:43-52; Lk. 22:47-53; Jn. 18:2-11)
145. Jesus Is Questioned by Annas (Mt. 26:57; Mk. 14:53; Lk. 22:54a; Jn. 18:12-14,19-24)
146. The First Two Denials by Peter (Mt. 26:58; Mk. 14:54; Lk. 22:54b-55; Jn. 18:15-18,25)
147. Jesus’ Trial Before Caiaphas; “Are You the Son of God?” “Prophesy!” (Mt. 26:59-68; Mk. 14:55-65; Lk. 22:63-65)
148. “I Do Not Know This Man” Accusers Surround the Apostle (Mt. 26:69-75; Mk. 14:66-72; Lk. 22:56-62; Jn. 18:25a,26-27)
149. The Sanhedrin Confirms the Verdict (Mt. 27:1-2; Mk. 15:1; Lk. 22:66-23:1)
150. Suicide of the Betrayer (Mt. 27:3-10)
151. Jesus Is Accused Before Pilate; “Are You the King of the Jews?” (Mt. 27:11-14; Mk. 15:2-5; Lk. 23:2-3; Jn. 18:28-38a)
152. Jesus Refused to Answer Herod (Lk. 23:4-12; Jn. 18:38b)
153. “Do You Wish Barabbas, or Jesus?” “Not This Man! Crucify Him!” (Mt. 27:15-23a; Mk. 15:6-14; Lk. 23:13-22; Jn. 18:39-40)
154. “He Made Himself the Son of God!” “His Blood Be on Us!” Mockery in the Praetorium (Mt. 27:23b-31; Mk. 15:15-20; Lk. 23:23-25; Jn. 19:1-16)
155. To the Place That Is Called Golgotha; “Forgive Them, Father” Rome’s Official Accusation (Mt. 27:32-38; Mk. 15:21-28; Lk. 23:26-34; Jn. 19:17-24)
156. The First Three Hours on the Cross; A Repentant Robber; and Jesus Mother (Mt. 27:39-44; Mk. 15:29-32; Lk. 23:35-37,39-43; Jn. 19:25-27)
157. “It Is Finished!” (Mt. 27.45-50; Mk. 15:33-37; Lk. 23:44-45a,46; Jn. 19:28-30)
158. Awesome Wonders Follow; The Scriptures Twice Again Are Fulfilled (Mt. 27:51-56; Mk. 15:38-41; Lk. 23:45b,47-49; Jn. 19:31-37)
159. Entombed in Joseph’s Garden (Mt. 27:57-61; Mk. 15:42-47; Lk. 23:50-56; Jn. 19:38-42)
160. The Tomb Is Made “Secure” (Mt. 27:62-66)

**Please note that the six denials in sections 146 & 148 in the harmony may only be three. See this page.

November 15

319. Chapter 21. Risen Victorious
161. An Earth-shaking Dawn; “Rabboni!” At the Tomb After Sunrise; “Rejoice!” Bribery of the Guard (Mt. 28:1-15; Mk. 16:1-11; Lk. 23:56-24:12; Jn. 20:1-18)
162. Jesus and Two on the Emmaus Road; “Believe the Prophets!” His Appearance to Peter Convinces (Mk. 16:12-13; Lk. 24:13-35)
163. Sunday Evening with the Disciples (Lk. 24:36-43; Jn. 20:19-23)
164. The Convincing of Thomas (Jn. 20:24-29)
165. With Seven Disciples in Galilee; “Come to Breakfast” “Do You Love Me, Simon?” The Story Told by John Closes (Jn. 21:1-24)
166. On a Mountain in Galilee (Mt. 28:16-20)
167. His Final Appearing and Ascension, Parting Words to the Eleven, He Ascends from the Mount of Olives (Mk. 16:14-20b; Lk. 24:44-53)
Maryann: Acts 1:1-14
168. That You May Have Life (Jn. 21:25; 20:30-31)

Blending #37: Luke 24:36-53; Acts 1:4-14; Matthew 28:16-20; (Mark 16:14-20 excluded)

November 16

320. Acts 1-5:11

November 17

321. Acts 5:12-8:4

November 18

322. Acts 8:5-11:18

November 19

323. Acts 11:19-ch12

Undesigned coincidence #14: Luke’s census (Lk. 2:1-21). Two problems: 1) No record Caesar Augustus taxed whole Roman empire. 2) Quirinius was governor in 6 a.d., not 6 b.c.. Answer: “all the world” is Judea (same idea in Acts 11:28…Greek word means “the region in interest”…there is no word “Roman” in the Greek). The taxation is a registration or enrollment, not an actual taxation. “This was made” means “set in motion”. Read this way: “This first tax was put in use a dozen years later.” Also possible Quirinius had two stints as a governor.
Cheney: “There is no discrepancy here but rather an informative point of history. Luke does not say the ‘taxing’ was collected at this time, but rather that people were registered. See App. III.”

November 20

324. Acts 12-21:16

Undesigned coincidence #10: Matthew 14:1-2 Why is Herod speaking about this to his servants? Luke 8:3 Joanna, the wife of Chuza, Herod’s household manager/steward. Herod knows that if he’s got questions about Jesus, talk to his Christian servants. Acts 13:1 Manaen had been brought up with Herod the Tetrarch.

November 21

325. Acts 21:17-28:31

The Epistles

The rest of the books in the Bible in the (not universally agreed) order in which they were written.

November 22

326. James 1-5

November 23

327. Galatians 1-3

November 24

328. Galatians 4-6

November 25

329. 1 Thessalonians 1-5

November 26

330. 2 Thessalonians 1-3

November 27

331. 1 Corinthians 1-4

November 28

332. 1 Corinthians 5-7

November 29

333. 1 Corinthians 8-11

November 30

334. 1 Corinthians 12-16

December 1

335. 2 Corinthians 1-3

December 2

336. 2 Corinthians 4-6

December 3

337. 2 Corinthians 7-10

December 4

338. 2 Corinthians 11-13

December 5

339. Romans 1-3

December 6

340. Romans 4-7

December 7

341. Romans 8-11

December 8

342. Romans 12-16

December 9

343. Ephesians 1-3

December 10

344. Ephesians 4-6

December 11

345. Colossians 1-4

December 12

346. Philemon, Philippians 1-4

December 13

347. 1 Timothy 1-3

December 14

348. 1 Timothy 4-6

December 15

349. Titus 1-3, Jude

December 16

350. 1 Peter 1-5

December 17

351. 2 Peter 1-3

December 28

352. 2 Timothy 1-4

December 19

353. Hebrews 1-2

December 20

354. Hebrews 3-7

December 21

355. Hebrews 8-10

December 22

356. Hebrews 11-13

December 23

357. 1-3 John

December 24

358. Revelation 1-3

December 25

359. Revelation 4-7

December 26

360. Revelation 8-11

December 27

361. Revelation 12-14

December 28

362. Revelation 15-16

December 29

363. Revelation 17-18

December 30

364. Revelation 19-20

December 31

365. Revelation 21-22

Appendix

Genesis 36:9-43
Exodus 21-23:19; 25-31:11; 35:4-19; 36:8-39:43
Leviticus except 8-10
Numbers 5-6:21; 18-19; 27-30
Deuteronomy 12-25:16
Joshua 12-13; 15-19

Genealogies: Creation to Restoration
A. The Patriarchs (1 Chr 1)
B. The 12 Sons of Jacob/Israel (1 Chr 2:1-2)
C. The Family of Judah (1 Chr 2:3-4:23)
D. The Sons of Simeon (1 Chr 4:24-43)
E. Reuben, Gad and the Half-Tribe of Manasseh (1 Chr 5)
F. Levi and Families (1 Chr 6)
G. Issachar, Benjamin, Naphtali, Manasseh, Ephraim and Asher (1 Chr 7-9)

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