Moses sings to praise God. Manna pictures the Word of God. Moses learns he needs others to help him.
Jesus is born. John the Baptist prepares the way for the Lord. The heavens open and God acknowledges Jesus as His Son when Jesus is baptized. Jesus faces temptation in the wilderness before beginning His public ministry.
Daniel eats vegetables, gets dream interpretations from God, and faces lions in their den. Daniel’s friends face the fiery furnace.
Job shows patience during suffering. Abraham demonstrates faith and receives promises from God.
Solomon builds and dedicates the temple. Solomon begins as a wise king but allows things of the world to ruin his relationship with God.
Peter warns of the danger of false teachers and emphasizes the need for moral courage and trust the Scriptures. Paul explains how all are guilty of sin before God.
Peter gives hope to the early Jewish believers and helps all believers understand the benefit of Christ-like suffering.
O: Amos tells of coming judgment. Obadiah warns Esau of consequences for persecuting Israel. Jonah resists God call to preach to Nineveh. Micah tells of future judgment and blessing.
WN: John writes so that we may believe on the name of Jesus Christ and have eternal life. Jude warns of false teachers.
O: Hosea lists Israel’s sins and affirms God’s love. Joel warns about a plague of locusts and calls on people to return to God.
WN: James speaks of the importance of good works and godly behavior. Peter tells of the benefits of suffering and the importance of faith and trust in the Word.