Moses gives excuses for not serving as God asks. God uses miracles and plagues to show who He is to both Egyptians and Israelites.
Joseph forgives his brothers. His brothers are afraid. God uses trials for good.
Jacob sees the ladder to Heaven. Joseph pictures Christ’s suffering, rejection, and elevation to the throne.
Job shows patience during suffering. Abraham demonstrates faith and receives promises from God.
Abel, Enoch, and Noah demonstrate faith. God brings judgment against sin.
Moses receives the Ten Commandments. Moses’ face shines with God’s glory after being in His presence. The Old Testament sin offering foreshadows Christ’s sacrifice.
Paul witnesses to King Agrippa who sends him to Rome. The ship wrecks on the way to Rome.
The silver idol makers are angry with Paul for ruining their business. Paul tells a crowd how he came to accept Christ as Savior.
Antioch becomes the new base of operations for the church. Paul and Barnabas make it clear that belief on the Lord Jesus Christ is what saves, not the Law. Paul establishes the church in Corinth.