Israel wanders away from God. Moses reminds Israel to obey God. We learn the first commandment of all and the key tip for raising children.
Peter gives hope to the early Jewish believers and helps all believers understand the benefit of Christ-like suffering.
Jesus, the Perfect Servant, suffers betrayal, rejection, and crucifixion to pay for our sins. He rises from the dead, explains that He will work through His disciples, then takes His place at the right hand of God.
Jesus tells His disciples that the elders will reject Him, that the Romans will put Him to death, and that He will rise again on the third day. Jesus presents Himself as King.
Mark presents Jesus as the Perfect Servant. Jesus performs many miracles including feeding the 5,000.
Titus receives a list of qualifications for church leaders and a warning about false teachers.
O: David prepares the Levites for worship in the Temple. Israel accepts Solomon as their new king.
WN: Jesus is crucified and raised from the dead. Luke presents Jesus as the Son of man.
O: Chronicles retells the events of Kings while focusing on the Temple.
WN: Jesus performs many miracles.