Job shows patience during suffering. Abraham demonstrates faith and receives promises from God.
Abel, Enoch, and Noah demonstrate faith. God brings judgment against sin.
God commands Joshua to be strong and courageous. Joshua demonstrates his faith crossing the Jordan and at the battle of Jericho.
God judges those who rebel against Moses and Aaron. God establishes tithing. Moses fails to follow God’s instructions about the rock. The bronze serpent pictures Christ.
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.
James 5 give us practical lessons on prayer. Jude warns of the ungodly who can creep into a church. The book of Matthew traces Jesus’ heritage from Abraham and shows Jesus as the King and Messiah.
In James, we learn that our actions demonstrate our faith. Our actions don’t save us, they show that our faith is real.
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.