Job shows patience during suffering. Abraham demonstrates faith and receives promises from God.
Hezekiah leads the people back to God. Manasseh returns the people to idolatry. Josiah responds deeply to God’s Word and makes sure the people hear it.
God cuts off communication with Saul. David mourns the death of Jonathan and Saul. David defeats the Philistines.
Paul witnesses to King Agrippa who sends him to Rome. The ship wrecks on the way to Rome.
Paul confirms that God’s grace is sufficient. God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness.
Paul instructs Timothy on the challenges and key responsibilities of God’s servants.
O: Ezekiel has a vision of the perfect Jewish Temple which inspires the Jews and convicts them of their sins.
WN: Paul encourages Timothy to endure suffering and remain faithful, Titus to maintain good works, and Philemon to forgive.
O: Ezekiel lists offenses of several Gentile nations and the judgment they would receive.
WN: Paul encourages the Thessalonians to look toward Christ’s return as they endure trials. Paul counsels Timothy on what to teach, how to select leaders, and how to behave in the church.
O: Ezekiel presents several allegories to describe the sins of Jerusalem and the coming judgment.
WN: Paul urges the Philippians to maintain unity of mind, heart, and purpose and cautions the Colossians about false teachers.