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1 1 Christ’s Church and The Apostles A Survey of the Bible The Acts and Epistles

2 2 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Acts of the Apostles Introduction to Book(Acts 1:1-5) – Jerusalem – Ca AD 30 Power of the Holy Spirit The Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-4) Speaking in Other Languages (Acts 2:5-13) Peter proclaims Jesus as Christ (Acts 2:14-36) First Believers Baptized (Acts 2:37-41) Fellowship of Believers (Acts 2:42-47) Growth of the Early Church Peter Heals crippled Beggar (Acts 3:1-10) – near the Temple – ca AD Miraculous power explained (Acts 3:11-16) Peter preaches Repentance (Acts 3:17-26) Peter and John Arrested (Acts 4:1-4)

3 3 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Growth of the Early Church (continued) Defense before Sanhedrin (Acts 4:5-12) Apostles warned and freed (Acts 4:13-22) Prayer of Church (Acts 4:25-31) – Jerusalem Sharing of Possessions (Acts 4:32-37) Punishment of Ananias (Acts 5:1-6) Punishment of Sapphira (Acts 5:7-11) Signs and Wonders (Acts 5:12-16) Apostles Imprisoned (Acts 5:17-21a) Apostles’ release discovered (Acts 5:21b-26) Apostles reject warning (Acts 5:27-32) Gamaliel’s Advice (Acts 5:33-39) Apostles Released (Acts 5:40-42) Seven Chosen (Acts 6:1-7)

4 4 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Martyrdom of Stephen Charges against Stephen (Acts 6:8-15) Stephen’s Defense (Acts 7:1-19, 20-38, 39-53) Stephen stoned to Death (Acts 7:54-8:1a) Persecution and Preaching Church scattered (Acts 8:1b-3) Philip’s Samarian ministry (Acts 8:4-8) Simon the Sorcerer (Acts 8:9-13) Prayer for Holy Spirit (Acts 8:14-17) Simon rebuked by Peter (Acts 8:18-24) Return to Jerusalem (Acts 8:25) Philip teaches Ethiopian (Acts 8:26-35) – Road to Gaza Ethiopian baptized (Acts 8:36-39) Philip continues preaching (Acts 8:40) – Caesarea

5 5 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Conversion of Saul Jesus appears to Saul (Acts 9:1-9) Ananias sent to Saul (Acts 9:10-16) – Damascus Saul baptized by Ananias (Acts 9:17-19) Saul proclaims Jesus (Acts 9:20-22) Conspiracy to kill Saul (Acts 9:23-25) Mixed reception in Jerusalem (Acts 9:26-30) Peace and continued Growth (Acts 9:31) First Gentile Converts Aeneas healed of Paralysis (Acts 9:32-35) – Lydda, Sharon Dorcas raised from dead (Acts 9:36-43) Cornelius has vision (Acts 10:1-8) Peter has vision (Acts 10:9-16) – Joppa Cornelius sends for Peter (Acts 10:17-23a) Peter goes to Cornelius (Acts 10:23b-29)

6 6 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Gentile Converts (continued) Cornelius tells of vision (Acts 10:30-33) Peter proclaims Jesus (Acts 10:34-43) Cornelius baptized (Acts 10:44-48) Peter responds to Questions (Acts 11:1-18) Gospel preached in Antioch (Acts 11:19-21) Barnabus and Saul in Antioch (Acts 11:22-26) – Antioch Agabus predicts famine (Acts 11:27-28) – Antioch Gift taken to Jerusalem (Acts 11:29,30) – Jerusalem Persecution by Herod Agrippa I James killed (Acts 12:1-5) Angel rescues Peter (Acts 12:6-11) Peter tells of Deliverance (Acts 12:2-17) Herod has guards killed (Acts 12:18,19a) Herod dies because of Pride (Acts 12:19b-23) – Caesarea John Mark taken to Antioch (Acts 12:24,25) – Antioch

7 7 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Missionary Journey Barnabas and Saul called (Acts 13:1-3) – Antioch Journey begins in Cyprus (Acts 13:4,5) – Cyprus Elymas Blinded (Acts 13:6-12) – Paphos on Cyprus John Mark Returns (Acts 13:13,14a) – Perga in Pamphylia Paul’s First Recorded Sermon (Acts 13:14b-41) – Antioch in Pisidia Sermon Well Received (Acts 13:42,43) Jealousy and Opposition (Acts 13:44-47) Gentiles Believe (Acts 13:48-52) Mixed Response in Iconium (Acts 14:1-7) – Iconium Crippled Man Healed (Acts 14:8-10) – Lystra Barnabas and Paul Worshiped (Acts 14:11-18) Paul Stoned (Acts 14:19,20) Strengthening Churches (Acts 14:21-23) – Antioch in Pisidia Report to church in Antioch (Acts 14:24-28) – Antioch in Syria

8 8 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Jerusalem Conference Judaizers Prompt Meeting (Acts 15:1-5) – Antioch – ca AD Gentile Evangelism Recounted (Acts 15:6-12) – Jerusalem James Suggests Resolution (Acts 15:13-21) Letter sent to Gentiles (Acts 15:22-29) Gentiles Rejoice (Acts 15:30-35) - Antioch

9 9 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Galatians Salutation (Gal 1:1-5) Authority As An Apostle Perversion of Gospel (Gal 1:6-9) Gospel’s Divine Origin (Gal 1:10-12) Teaching Divinely Revealed (Gal 1:13-17) Doctrine not from Apostles (Gal 1:18-24) Gentile Evangelism Accepted (Gal 2:1-10) Paul Rebuked Peter (Gal 2:11-14) Doctrine of Justification Law and Christ (Gal 2:15-21) Law and Faith (Gal 3:1-5) Abraham’s Faith (Gal 3:6-9) Christ Saves, not Works (Gal 3:10-14) Inheritance by Promise (Gal 3:15-18) Purpose of Law (Gal 3:19-22)

10 10 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Galatians (continued) Doctrine of Justification (continued) Heirs through Faith (Gal 3:23-39) Adoption as Sons (Gal 4:1-7) Return to Legalism (Gal 4:8-11) Paul calls on their Love (Gal 4:12-20) Allegory of Sarah and Hagar (Gal 4:21-5:1) Christian Liberty Circumcision a Matter of Law (Gal 5:2-12) Law Fulfilled in Love (Gal 5:13-15) Flesh and Spirit (Gal 5:16-26) Mutual Responsibility (Gal 6:1-6) Living by The Spirit (Gal 6:7-10) Neither Circumcision nor Law (Gal 6:11-16) Benediction (Gal 6:17,18)

11 11 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Missionary Journey Paul and Barnabas Separate (Acts 15:36-41) – Antioch Timothy joins Paul and Silas (Acts 16:1-3) – Lystra Churches are Strengthened (Acts 16:4,5) – Phrygia and Galatia Vision of Macedonian Call (Acts 16:6-10) – Troas Lydia Converted in Philippi (Acts 16:11-15) – Philippi Evil Spirit Removed (Acts 16:16-18) Paul and Silas Imprisoned (Acts 16:19-24) Philippian Jailer Converted (Acts 16:25-34) Paul and Silas Released (Acts 16:35-40) Teaching in Thessalonica (Acts 17:1-4) – Thessalonica Attack on Jason’s House (Acts 17:5-9) Good Reception at Berea (Acts 17:10-12) Agitators Force Departure (Acts 17:13-15)

12 12 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Missionary Journey (continued) With Philosophers in Athens (Acts 17:16-21) Sermon about “Unknown God” (Acts 17:22-31) – Areopagus Crowd’s Reaction (Acts 17:32-34) Aquila and Priscilla (Acts 18:1-4) – Corinth Unbelieving Jews (Acts 18:5-7) Many Jews Accept Gospel (Acts 18:8-11)

13 13 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Thessalonians Salutation (1 Thess 1:1) Thanks for Their Faith (1 Thess 1:2-10) Paul’s Ministry among Them (1 Thess 2:1-12) Eager Reception Appreciated (1 Thess 2:13-16) Desire to be With Them (1 Thess 2:17-20) Timothy’s Mission (1 Thess 3:1-5) Good News Comforting (1 Thess 3:6-10) Paul’s Prayer for Them (1 Thess 3:11-13) Exhortation to Chastity (1 Thess 4:1-8) Exhortation toward Love (1 Thess 4:9-12) Nature of the Resurrection (1 Thess 4:13-18) Readiness for Second Coming (1 Thess 5:1-11) Various Exhortations (1 Thess 5:12-22) Benediction (1 Thess 5:23-28)

14 14 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter to the Thessalonians Salutation (2 Thess 1:1,2) Praising Steadfastness (2 Thess 1:3,4) Endurance to be Rewarded (2 Thess 1:5-10) Paul’s Prayer for Them (2 Thess 1:11,12) Events Before Second Coming (2 Thess 2:1-12) Call to Stand Firm (2 Thess 2:13-17) Request for Prayer (2 Thess 3:1-5) Warning Against Idleness (2 Thess 3:6-15) Benediction (2 Thess 3:16-18) Continuing Historical Record Charges before Gallio (Acts 18:12-17) Return to Antioch (Acts 18:18-22) – Antioch of Syria

15 15 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Third Missionary Journey Beginning of Journey (Acts 18:23) – Galatia and Phrygia Apollow is Taught (Acts 18:24-28) – Ephesus and Achaia Disciples Rebaptized (Acts 19:1-7) – Ephesus Ministry in Ephesus (Acts 19:8-10) – AD Exorcists use Jesus’ Name (Acts 19:11-16) Sorcery Given Up (Acts 19:17-20) Paul Anticipates Journey (Acts 19:21,22)

16 16 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Corinthians Salutation (1 Cor 1:1-3) Thanksgiving for Grace (1 Cor 1:4-9) Regarding Divisions Within the Church Warning Against Divisions (1 Cor 1:10-17) God’s Wisdom (1 Cor 1:18-25) Example of Lowliness (1 Cor 1:26-31) Preaching not Eloquent (1 Cor 2:1-5) Wisdom from the Spirit (1 Cor 2:6-13) Wisdom for Spiritually-minded (1 Cor 2:14-16) Divisions Prevent Growth (1 Cor 3:1-4) Ministers are Servants (1 Cor 3:5-9) Christ is Foundation (1 Cor 3:10-15) Division Destroys Temple (1 Cor 3:16,17) Loyalty to Christ Alone (1 Cor 3:18-23) Ministers to be Judged (1 Cor 4:1-5)

17 17 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding Divisions Within the Church (continued) Warning Against Pride (1 Cor 4:6-8) Even Apostles are Debased (1 Cor 4:9-13) Paul Appeals as Father (1 Cor 4:14-21) Regarding Immorality Call For Discipline (1 Cor 5:1-5) Danger of Tolerating Sin (1 Cor 5:6-8) Duty of Self-Policing (1 Cor 5:9-13) Judgment Among Selves (1 Cor 6:1-8) Sin Prevents Inheritance (1 Cor 6:9-11) Bodies not Meant for Sin (1 Cor 6:12-20) Regarding Marriage and Singleness Marital Relations (1 Cor 7:1-7) Singleness (1 Cor 7:8,9) Regarding Separation (1 Cor 7:10,11)

18 18 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding Marriage and Singleness (continued) Unbelieving Spouses (1 Cor 7:12-16) Remaining in Present State (1 Cor 7:17-24) Reason for Advice (1 Cor 7:25-31) Advantages of Singleness (1 Cor 7:32-35) Regarding Marriage (1 Cor 7:36-38) Regarding Widows (1 Cor 7:39,40) Regarding Mutual Submission Knowledge With Love (1 Cor 8:1-3) Knowledge Regarding Idols (1 Cor 8:4-6) Weak Without Knowledge (1 Cor 8:7,8) Responsibility Toward Weak (1 Cor 8:9-13) Freedom is Not the Issue(1 Cor 9:1,2) Rights are Not the Issue (1 Cor 9:3-7) Example of a Lawful Claim (1 Cor 9:8-12a)

19 19 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding Mutual Submission (continued) Forgoing Rights Cor 9:12b-14) Rewards for Giving Up Rights (1 Cor 9:15-18) Concession versus Assertion (1 Cor 9:19-23) Value of Self-Discipline (1 Cor 9:24-27) Example of Over-Confidence (1 Cor 10:1-5) Example of Self-Indulgence (1 Cor 10:6-10) Examples are Warning (1 Cor 10:11-13) Actions Indicate Loyalties (1 Cor 10:14-22) Liberty Yields Forbearance (1 Cor 10:23-30) Yield Self for Others Sake (1 Cor 10:31-11:1) Regarding Role Distinctions Veils as Symbol (1 Cor 11:2-10) Equality despite Distinctions (1 Cor 11:11-16)

20 20 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding Body Unity and Fellowship Problem with Fellowship (1 Cor 11:17-22) Supper as Reminder of Unity (1 Cor 11:23-26) Eating with View to Unity (1 Cor 11:27-34) Regarding Spiritual Gifts Source of Gifts (1 Cor 12:1-3) Despite Variety, Same Source (1 Cor 12:4-11) Body has Many Members (1 Cor 12:12-14) Body is Diverse (1 Cor 12:15-21) Every Member Important (1 Cor 12:22-26) Church Needs Diversity (1 Cor 12:27-31) Love is Greatest Gift (1 Cor 13:1-3) The Qualities of Love (1 Cor 13:4-7) Love Will Outlast Gifts (1 Cor 13:8-13) Prophecy versus Tongues (1 Cor 14:1-5)

21 21 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding Spiritual Gifts (continued) Prophecy versus Tongues (1 Cor 14:1-5) Tongues Need Interpretation (1 Cor 14:6-12) Tongues Cannot Edify (1 Cor 14:13-19) Tongues Are Sign (1 Cor 14:20-22) Prophecy Teaches (1 Cor 14:23-25) Orderly Use of Gifts (1 Cor 14:26-33a) Women Not to Lead (1 Cor 14:33b-36) Directions are Lord’s Command (1 Cor 14:37-40) Regarding the Resurrection Resurrection a Provable Fact (1 Cor 15:1-11) Resurrection is Central (1 Cor 15:12-19) Our Resurrection is Certain (1 Cor 15:20-28) Conduct Based Upon Hope (1 Cor 15:29-34)

22 22 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding the Resurrection (continued) New Bodies in Resurrection (1 Cor 15:35-41) Bodies to Be Spiritual (1 Cor 15:42-50) Resurrection and Glorification (1 Cor 15:51-53) Confidence in Death (1 Cor 15:54-58) Closing Personal Thoughts Collection for Jerusalem (1 Cor 16:1-4) Paul’s Future Plans (1 Cor 16:5-9) About Timothy and Apollos (1 Cor 16:10-12) General Exhortations (1 Cor 16:13,14) Regard for Fellow Workers (1 Cor 16:15-18) Greetings (1 Cor 16:19,20) Benediction (1 Cor 16:21-24)

23 23 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Continuing Historical Record Silversmiths Incited (Acts 19:23-27) – Ephasus Riot Ensues (Acts 19:28-34) Town Clerk Calms Crowd (Acts 19:35-41) Paul Leaves Ephesus (Acts 20:1) – to Macedonia

24 24 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter to the Corinthians Salutation (2 Cor 1:1,2) Gratitude for God’s Comfort(2 Cor !:3-7) Earlier Despair Dissipated (2 Cor 1:8-11) Hope for Positive View (2 Cor 1:12-14) Travel Plans Not Whimsical (2 Cor 1:15-22) Reasons for Letter (2 Cor 1:23-2:4) Troublemakers to be Forgiven (2 Cor 2:5-11) Eagerness for Titus’ Report (2 Cor 2:12,13) Regarding Paul’s Ministry Success of Paul’s Ministry (2 Cor 2:14-17) They are Paul’s Proof (2 Cor 3:1-3) Source of Paul’s Competence (2 Cor 3:4-6) Splendor of Gospel Message (2 Cor 3:7-11) Unveiling of the Spirit (2 Cor 3:12-18) Gospel Preached Honestly (2 Cor 4:1-6)

25 25 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding Paul’s Ministry (continued) Gospel Preached Honestly (2 Cor 4:1-6) Persecution is Proof (2 Cor 4:7-12) Preaching from Faith (2 Cor 4:13-15) Inner Strength (2 Cor 4:16-18) Longing for Eternal Dwelling (2 Cor 5:1-5) Courage Facing Death (2 Cor 5:6-10) Boasting for Their Sake (2 Cor 5:11-15) Ministry of Reconciliation (2 Cor 5:16-6:2) Submission where Affliction (2 Cor 6:3-10) Call for Full Acceptance (2 Cor 6:11-13) Those Who Oppose the Gospel (2 Cor 6:14-7:1) Pleading for Fellowship (2 Cor 7:2-4) Joy at News of Attitude (2 Cor 7:5-7) Joy in their Zeal (2 Cor 7:8-13a)

26 26 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Regarding Paul’s Ministry (continued) Joy Regarding Titus (2 Cor 7:13b-16) Regarding Collection for Brethren in Judea Liberality of Macedonians (2 Cor 8:1-8) Gift a Proof of Love (2 Cor 8:6-9) Liberality Makes Equality (2 Cor 8:10-15) Men to Convey Gift (2 Cor 8:16-24) Readiness of Gift (2 Cor 9:1-5) Cheerful Abundant Giving (2 Cor 9:6-9) Generosity Glorifies God (2 Cor 9:10-15) Defense of Paul’s Apostleship Paul’s Response to Charge (2 Cor 10:1-6) Appearances and Letters (2 Cor 10:7-11) Comparisons with Others (2 Cor 10:12-18) Oratory Versus Knowledge (2 Cor 11:1-6)

27 27 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter to the Corinthians (continued) Defense of Paul’s Apostleship (continued) Preacing a Matter of Love (2 Cor 11:7-11) Others Preaching a Ruse (2 Cor 11:12-15) Paul Forced to Boast (2 Cor 11:16-21a) Basis for Boasting (2 Cor 11:21b-29) Sufferings Indicate Strength (2 Cor 11:30-33) Revelations Verify (2 Cor 12:1-6) Weakness for Christ’s Sake (2 Cor 12:7-10) Miracles are Credentials (2 Cor 12:11-13) No Ulterior Advantage (2 Cor 12:14-18) Reason for Defense (2 Cor 12:19-21) Regarding Troublemakers (2 Cor 13:1-4) Each to Examine Himself (2 Cor 13:5-10) Exhortations and Greetings (2 Cor 13:11-13) Benediction (2 Cor 13:14)

28 28 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Continuing Historical Record Paul Arrives in Greece (Acts 20:2-3a) – ca. AD 56,57 Letter to the Romans Salutation (Rom 1:1-7) Desire to be with Romans (Rom 1:8-15) Theme of the Gospel (Rom 1:16,17) Judgment of God Gentiles Rejected God (Rom 1:18-23) Idolatry Led to Immorality (Rom 1:24,25) Unnatural Replaced Natural (Rom 1:26,27) Sinfulness Replaced Purity (Rom 1:28-32) All are Sinners Rom 2:1-5) God’s Judgment Impartial (Rom 2:6-11) Those Without the Law (Rom 2:12-16) Law Cannot Justify (Rom 2:17-24) Circumcision Cannot Justify (Rom 2:25-29)

29 29 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Romans (continued) Judgment of God (continued) Pride in Heritage (Rom 3:1-4) God’s Judgment is Just (Rom 3:5-8) All are Under Judgment (Rom 3:9-18) Law for Education (Rom 3:19,20) Righteousness of God Justification Through Faith (Rom 3:21-26) Lawkeeping Not Effectual (Rom 3:27-31) Righteousness Without Law (Rom 4:1-5) David Recognized Grace (Rom 4:6-8) Circumcision’s Value (Rom 4:9-12) Promise Based on Faith (Rom 4:13-15) Promise is For All People (Rom 4:16-18) Abraham’s Faith an Example (Rom 4:19-25)

30 30 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Romans (continued) Freedom From Condemnation Justification Brings Peace (Rom 5:1-5) Christ’s Blood Saves (Rom 5:6-11) All Die from Sin (Rom 5:12-14) All Can be Justified (Rom 5:15-19) Grace Increased (Rom 5:20,21) Freedom From Sin Grace No Excuse to Sin (Rom 6:1-4) Dead to Sin (Rom 6:5-11) Grace Requires Submission (Rom 6:12-14) Slavery to Righteousness (Rom 6:15-19) Grace Brings Life (Rom 6:20-23) Freedom From the Law Law Binding during Lifetime (Rom 7:1-3) Now Married To Christ (Rom 7:4-6)

31 31 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Romans (continued) Freedom From the Law (continued) Law Gave Opportunity to Sin (Rom 7:7-12) Law Did Not Cause Sin (Rom 7:13,14) Law is Good; Man is Sinful (Rom 7:15-20) Flesh and Spirits Struggle (Rom 7:21-25) Freedom From the Death No Condemnation (Rom 8:1-8) Spirit Gives Life (Rom 8:9-11) Duty to Live By Spirit (Rom 8:12-17) Sufferings Diminish in Hope (Rom 8:18-25) Spirit Bridges Gap (Rom 8:26,27) Eternal Plan for Believers (Rom 8:28-34) God’s Love Unfailing (Rom 8:35-39)

32 32 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Romans (continued) Regarding the Jewish Experience Concern for Jewish Heritage (Rom 9:1-5) Basis of God’s Promise (Rom 9:6-13) God Can Have Mercy on Anyone (Rom 9:14-18) Man Cannot Limit God’s Grace (Rom 9:19-24) Prophets Told of Grace (Rom 9:25-29) Jews Did Not See Grace (Rom 9:30-33) Jews Tried to Earn Salvation (Rom 10:1-4) Salvation for All (Rom 10:5-13) Gospel produces Faith (Rom 10:14-17) Israel Rejected Preaching (Rom 10:18-21) Always a Faithful Remnant (Rom 11:1-6) Unrighteous Blinded to Truth (Rom 11:7-10) Jews Brought Grace to Gentiles (Rom 11:11,12) Gentiles May Win Back Jews (Rom 11:13-16)

33 33 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Romans (continued) Regarding the Jewish Experience (continued) Gentiles Not To Boast (Rom 11:17-24) Grace Extends to All (Rom 11:25-32) Song of Praise (Rom 11:33-36) Christian Life and Conduct Call to Holiness (Rom 12:1,2) Use of Gifts (Rom 12:3-8) Show Love through Deeds (Rom 12:9-13) Show Love in Relationships (Rom 12:14-21) Duty toward Civil Authority (Rom 13:1-7) Love is Key to Obligations (Rom 13:8-10) Hope is Key to Motivation (Rom 13:11-14) Regarding Mutual Responsibility Not to Judge Conscience (Rom 14:1-4) Matters of Conscience (Rom 14:5-9)

34 34 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Romans (continued) Regarding Mutual Responsibility (continued) Each Must Answer (Rom 14:10-12) Causing Brother to Stumble (Rom 14:13-21) Base Actions Upon Conviction (Rom 14:22,23) Example of Forbearance (Rom 15:1-6) Call for Mutual Acceptance (Rom 15:7-13) Closing Remarks Reason for Writing (Rom 15:14-16) Pride in Gentile Ministry (Rom 15:17-21) Future Travel Plans (Rom 15:22-29) Request for Prayers (Rom 15:30-33)

35 35 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Romans (continued) Regarding Mutual Responsibility (continued) Commendation of Phoebe (Rom 16:1,2) Special Greetings (Rom 16:3-16) Warning About Troublemakers (Rom 16:17-20) Greetings from Other Brethren (Rom 16:21-23) Praise to God (Rom 16:25-27) Continuing Historical Record From Greece to Troas (Acts 20:3b-6) – Spring, AD 58 Eutychus Revived (Acts 20:7-12) – Troas From Troas to Miletus (Acts 20:13-16) Discourse to Ephesian Elders (Acts 20:17-35) – Miletus Sad Farewell (Acts 20:36-38) Visiting Disciples at Tyre (Acts 21:1-6) – Tyre Agabus Prophesies Imprisonment (Acts 21:7-14) – Caesarea Journey Ends in Jerusalem (Acts 21:15,16) – Jerusalem – ca. AD 58

36 36 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Paul’s Arrest and Trial Plan for Unity (Acts 21:17-26) – Jerusalem – Pentecost, AD 58? Jews Seize Paul in Temple (Acts 21:27-30) Paul Arrested (Acts 21:31-36) Paul Asks to Speak (Acts 21:37-39) Defense to the Crowd (Acts 21:40-22:21) Roman Citizenship Asserted (Acts 22:22-29) On Trial before Sanhedron (Acts 22:30-23:5) Contention Arises (Acts 23:6-11) Conspiracy to Kill Paul (Acts 23:12-15) Paul’s Nephew gives Warning (Acts 23:16-22) Preparations for Transfer (Acts 23:23-30) Paul Removed to Caesarea (Acts 23:31-35) – Caesarea – ca. AD 58)

37 37 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Paul Before Felix, Festus, and Agrippa Indictment Against Paul (Acts 24:1-9) – Caesarea – ca. AD 58) Statement in Defense (Acts 24:10-21) Felix Postpones Decision (Acts 24:22,23) In Prison Two Years (Acts 24:24-27) – from AD Jews Ask for Paul (Acts 25:1-5) – Jerusalem Festus Hears Paul’s Case (Acts 25:6-8) – Caesarea Paul Appeals to Caesar (Acts 25:9-12) Festus and Agrippa (Acts 25:13-22) Paul Presented to Audience (Acts 25:23-27) Paul Tells of Mission (Acts 26:1-23) Agrippa’s Response (Acts 26:24-29) Innocence Acknowledged (Acts 26:30-3)

38 38 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Voyage to Rome From Caesarea to Crete (Acts 27:1-8) – Caesarea – ca. AD 60 Warning Against Voyage (Acts 27:9-12) – Crete Ship Blown by Storm (Acts 27:13-20) Paul Promises Safe Passage (Acts 27:21-26) Sailors Attempt Escape (Acts 27:27-32) Passengers Eat Last Meal (Acts 27:33-38) Ship Wrecked (Acts 27:39-44) – Malta Paul Seen as a God (Acts 28:1-6) Sick Healed on Malta (Acts 28:7-10) Final Voyage to Rome (Acts 28:11-15) House Arrest in Rome Paul Under House Arrest (Acts 28:16) – Rome Jewish Leaders Visit (Acts 28:17-22) Paul Proclaims Jesus (Acts 28:23-28) Two Years of Ministry (Acts 28:30,31) – AD 61-63

39 39 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Colossians Salutation (Col 1:1,2) Thanks for their Faith (Col 1:3-8) Prayer for the Colossians (Col 1:9-14) The Preeminence of Christ The Person of Christ (Col 1:15-20) Relationship with Christ (Col 1:21-23) Proclaiming Christ (Col 1:24-29) Concern for their Faith (Col 2:1-5)Warning of False Teaching (Col 2:6-8) Christ is All-Sufficient (Col 2:9-15) Carnality and Spirituality Christ Should be Focus (Col 2:16-19) Doctrines Miss Spirit (Col 2:20-23) To Be Spiritually-Minded (Col 3:1-4) Lives to be Transformed (Col 3:5-11) Putting on Christ (Col 3:12-17)

40 40 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Colossians (continued) Christlikeness in Relationships In the Family (Col 3:18-21) Among Masters and Slaves (Acts 3:22-4:1) Concluding Thoughts Call for Prayer (Col 4:2-4) Words of Caution (Col 4:5,6) Report to be Given (Acts 4:7-9) Greetings among Brethren (Acts 4:10-17) Benediction (Acts 4:18

41 41 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to Philemon Salutation (Phil 1-3) Paul’s Love for Philemon (Phil 4-7) Appeal on Behalf of Onesimus (Phil 8-14) Onesimus Returning as Brother (Phil 15-17) Offer to Repay any Loss (Phil 18-20) Paul’s Hope to see Philemon (Phil 21,22) Greetings and Benediction (Phil 23-25)

42 42 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Ephesians Salutation (Eph 1:1,2) Revelation of God’s Mystery Praise for God’s Grace (Eph 1:3-10) Hope in Christ is Sealed (Eph 1:11-14) Christ’s Power and Position (Eph 1:15-23) Raised from Spiritual Death (Eph 2:1-7) Grace to Live Righteously (Eph 2:8-10) Barrier Broken (Eph 2:11-18) Christ as Cornerstone (Eph 2:19-22) Revelation of Former Mystery (Eph 3:-6) Wisdom Seen in Church (Eph 3:7-13) Prayer for Strength (Eph 3:14-19) Praise to God (Eph 3:20,21)

43 43 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Ephesians (continued) Exhortation Regarding the Church Unity Among Saints (Eph 4:1-6) Gifts for Achieving Unity (Eph 4:7-13) Maturing as a Body (Eph 4:14-16) Exhortation Regarding Personal Righteousness Renounce Sensuality (Eph 4:17-19) Renew Holiness (Eph 4:20-24) Discard Unrighteousness (Eph 4:25-32) Imitate God in Love (Eph 5:1,2) Be Morally Pure (Eph 5:3-6) Walk as Children of Light (Eph 5:7-14) Live Spirit-Filled Lives (Eph 5:15-20)

44 44 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Ephesians (continued) Exhortation Regarding Relationships Mutual Submission (Eph 5:21-33) Parent-Child Relationships (Eph 6:1-4) Master-Servant Attitudes (Eph 6:5-9) Exhortation Regarding Relationship With God Spiritual Struggles (Eph 6:10-17) Request for Prayer (Eph 6:18-20) Further Report (Eph 6:21,22) Benediction (Eph 6:23,34)

45 45 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Philippians Salutation (Phil 1:1,2) Reflections Upon Imprisonment Expressions of Love (Phil 1:3-11) Imprisonment a Blessing (Phil 1:12-14) Joy over Preaching (Phil 1: 15-18) Paul’s Dilemma (Phil 1:19-26) Various Exhortations Stand United (Phil 1:27-2:2) Imitate Christ’s Humility (Phil 2:3-11) Work at Righteousness (Phil 2:12,13) Be Examples of Peace (Phil 2:14-18) Timothy to Come Soon (Phil 2:19-24) Commendation of Epaphroditus (Phil 2:25-30) Christians should be Joyful (Phil 3:1)

46 46 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to the Philippians (continued) Various Warnings Overconfidence in Heritage (Phil 3:2-4a) Paul’s Jewish Heritage (Phil 3:4b-6) Exchanging Human Confidence (Phil 3:7-11) Righteousness a Struggle (Phil 3:12-16) Warning against Worldliness (Phil 3:17-4:1) Concluding Thoughts Women to Reconcile (Phil 4:2,3) To Seek Peacefulness (Phil 4:4-7) Think on Things Spiritual (Phil 4:8,9) Paul Content (Phil 4:10-13) Gifts Fruitful to them (Phil 4:14-20) Greetings and Benediction (Phil 4:21-23)

47 47 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to Timothy Salutation (1 Tim 1:1,2) Instructions for the Church Unsound Doctrine (1 Tim 1:3-7) Law to be Used Properly (1 Tim 1:8-11) Paul an Example (1 Tim 1:12-17) Timothy to Keep Faith (1 Tim 1:18-20) Call for Men to Pray (1 Tim 2:1-8) Women to be Modest (1 Tim 2:9,10) The Role of Women (1 Tim 2:11-15) Qualifications of Elders (1 Tim 3:1-7) Qualifications of Deacons (1 Tim 3:8-13) Reason for Instructions (1 Tim 3:14-16) Human Doctrines (1 Tim 4:1-5)

48 48 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to Timothy (continued) Instructions to Timothy Strive for Godliness (1 Tim 4:6-10) Teaching and Example (1 Tim 4:11-16) How to Treat Others (1 Tim 5:1,2) Concerning Widows Obligation toward Widows (1 Tim 5:3-8) Church’s Support of Widows (1 Tim 5:9,10) Regarding Younger Widows (1 Tim 5:11-15) Responsibility of Women (1 Tim 5:16) Concerning Elders Honor and support of Elders (1 Tim 5:17-20) Caution regarding Elders (1 Tim 5:21,22) Advice to Timothy Regarding Health (1 Tim 5:23) Regarding Appearances (1 Tim 5:24,25)

49 49 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter to Timothy (continued) Instructions to Slaves To Respect Masters (1 Tim 6:1,2) Concerning Mercenary Teachers False Motivations (1 Tim 6:3-5) Attitude toward Money (1 Tim 6:6-10) Timothy’s Motivation (1 Tim 6:11-16) Proper Use of Wealth (1 Tim 6:17-19) Concluding Remarks Benediction (1 Tim 6:20,21)

50 50 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to Titus Salutation (Titus 1:1-4) Concerning Church Leaders Qualifications for Elders (Titus 1:5-9) Warning of False Teachers (Titus 1:10-2:1) Teaching Various Groups Regarding Older Men (Titus 2:2) Regarding Older Women (Titus 2:3-5) Regarding Younger Men (Titus 2:6-8) Regarding Slaves (Titus 2:9,10) Basis for Instructions (Titus 2:11-15)

51 51 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to Titus (continued) The Christian Life Need for Righteous Living (Titus 3:1,2) Grace Demands Good Deeds (Titus 3:3-8) Quarreling Unprofitable (Titus 3:9-11) Concluding Thoughts Personal Matters (Titus 3:12-14) Benediction (Titus 3:15)

52 52 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter to Timothy Salutation (2 Tim 1:1,2) Exhortations to Timothy Concern for Timothy (2 Tim 1:3-7) Encouragement for Ministry (2 Tim 1:8-12) Importance of Doctrine (2 Tim 1:13,14) Many have Turned Away (2 Tim 1:15) Onesiphorus’ Faith (2 Tim 1:16-18) Dedication and Discipline (2 Tim 2:1-7) Remembering Christ (2 Tim 2:8-13) Handling Truth Carefully (2 Tim 2:14-19) Teaching Above Quarreling (2 Tim 2:20-26)

53 53 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter to Timothy (continued) Prediction of Godless Times (2 Tim 3:1-5) Evil Teachers to be Exposed (2 Tim 3:6-9) Respect for Scripture (2 Tim 3:0-17) Preach the Word (2 Tim 4:1-5) Reward for Faithful Ministry (2 Tim 4:6-8) Concluding Thoughts Paul asks Timothy to join him (2 Tim 4:9-13) How Alexander opposed him (2 Tim 4:14,15) Paul Alone in his Defense (2 Tim 4:16-18) Greetings and Benediction (2 Tim 4:19-22)

54 54 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter by James Salutation (James 1:1) Preparation for Oppression Trials help Development (James 1:2-4) Seeking Wisdom (James 1:5-8) Riches will Fade (James 1:9-11) Temptation comes from Within (James 1:12-15) Goodness comes from God (James 1:16-18) Consistency Between Faith and Conduct Word produces Righteousness (James 1:19-21) Knowledge is Not Enough (James 1:22-25) True Religion (James 1:26,27) Partiality Not of Faith (James 2:1-7) Any Violation Disrespects (James 2:8-13) Changed Life evidences Faith (James 2:14-17) Faith Without Works (James 2:18-20)

55 55 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter by James (continued) Consistency Between Faith and Conduct (continued) Examples of Obedient Faith (James 2:21-26) Practicing what is Preached (James 3:1-5) Speech to reflect Purity (James 3:6-12) Wisdom shown by Good Life (James 3:13-18) Materialism brings Conflict (James 4:1-4) Godliness brings Joy (James 4:5-10) Obeying versus Judging (James 4:11-12 Exhortations for Suffering Saints Perspective and Priorities (James 4:13-17) Judgment Against Oppressors (James 5:1-6) Steadfastness in Suffering (James 5:7-11) Rash Oaths (James 5:12) Prayer amid Suffering (James 5:13-18) Mutual Watchfulness (James 5:19,20)

56 56 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter by Jude Salutation (Jude 1,2) Contend for the Faith (Jude 3,4) Judgment upon Ungodly (Jude 5-7) False Teachers (Jude 8-13) Prophecy of Judgment (Jude 14-16) Admonition to be Faithful (Jude 17-21) Obligations Toward the Erring (Jude 22,23) Benediction (Jude 24,25)

57 57 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter by Peter Salutation (1 Pet 1:1,2) The Blessings of Redemption Praise for Living Hope (1 Pet 1:3-5) Suffering Before Salvation (1 Pet 1:6,7) Faith in Unseen (1 Pet 1:8,9) God’s Grace Foretold (1 Pet 1:10-12) The Nature of Redemption Holiness Responsive to Grace (1 Pet 1:13-17) Christ as Ransom (1 Pet 1:18-21) New Creatures (1 Pet 1:22-25) Spiritual Maturity (1 Pet 2:1-3) Strength and Access (1 Pet 2:4,5) Christ the Cornerstone (1 Pet 2:6-8) God’s Chosen People (1 Pet 2:9,10)

58 58 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter by Peter (continued) Glorifying God for Redemption In Conduct (1 Pet 2:11,12) As a Citizen (1 Pet 2:13-17) As a Slave (1 Pet 2:18-25) As a Wife (1 Pet 3:1-6) As a Husband (1 Pet 3:7) In Love and Unity (1 Pet 3:8-12) Steadfastness in Persecution Confidence in Trials (1 Pet 3:13-17) Efficacy of Christ’s Death (1 Pet 3:18-20) Meaning of Baptism (1 Pet 3:21,22) Suffering Without Sin (1 Pet 4:1-6) Brotherly Love (1 Pet 4:7-11) Suffering as Christians (1 Pet 4:12-19)

59 59 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter by Peter (continued) Steadfastness in Persecution (continued) Responsibility of Elders (1 Pet 5:1-4) Respect and Humility (1 Pet 5:5-7) Exhortation for Persecution (1 Pet 5:8-11) Concluding Thoughts Benediction (1 Pet 5:12-14) Second Letter by Peter Salutation (2 Pet 1:1,2) Value of True Knowledge Knowledge Brings Godliness (2 Pet 1:3,4) Beyond Knowledge into Love (2 Pet 1:5-9) Need to Affirm Calling (2 Pet 1:10,11) Reminder in Face of Death (2 Pet 1:12-15) Factual Nature of Gospel (2 Pet 1:16-18)

60 60 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter by Peter (continued) Value of True Knowledge (continued) Fulfillment of Prophecy (2 Pet 1:19-21) Danger of False Teachers False Teachers (2 Pet 2:1-3) God will Punish Wicked (2 Pet 2:4-10a) Description of False Teachers (2 Pet 2:10b-16) Results of their Teaching (2 Pet 2:17-22) Regarding the Second Coming Reason for Letter (2 Pet 3:1,2) Second Coming Certain (2 Pet 3:3-7) Reason for Delay (2 Pet 3:8,9) Description of Second Coming (2 Pet 3:10) Hope should prompt Godliness (2 Pet 3:11-13) Agreement with Paul (2 Pet 3:14-16) Final Warning (2 Pet 3:17,18)

61 61 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to The Hebrews The Majesty of Christ God speaks Through Christ (Heb 1:1-3) Christ Greater than Angels (Heb 1:4-14) Warning against Rejection (Heb 2:1-4) All Things subject to Christ (Heb 2:5-8a) Christ’s Death shows Grace (Heb 2:8b-13) Christ’s Humanity gives Hope (Heb 2:14-18) Christ Superior to Moses Jesus is Greater than Moses (Heb 3:1-6) Scripture Calls for Belief (Heb 3:7-11) Sin of Unbelief (Heb 3:12-15) Israelites’ Unbelief (Heb 3:16-19) Christ Superior to Joshua Promised Rest for Faithful (Heb 4:1-5) Christ’s Rest Superior (Heb 4:6-10) Need for Obedience (Heb 4:11-13)

62 62 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to The Hebrews (continued) Jesus as High Priest Jesus Brings Access to God (Heb 4:14-16) High Priests Intercede (Heb 5:1-3) Jesus a Special High Priest (Heb 5:4-10) Parenthetical Thoughts Regarding Readers Explanation Difficult (Heb 5:11-14) Need to Mature (Heb 6:1-3) Warning against Falling Away (Heb 6:4-8) Confidence in Continued Faith (Heb 6:9-12) Christ Superior to Priesthood Christ’s Sacrifice (Heb 6:13-20) Priest like Melchizedek (Heb 7:1-3) Melchizedek’s Superiority (Heb 7:4-10) Christ’s Priesthood (Heb 7:11-19) Guarantee of Covenant (Heb 7:20-22)

63 63 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to The Hebrews (continued) Christ Superior to Priesthood (continued) Christ a Permanent Priest (Heb 7:23-25) Christ a Perfect Priest (Heb 7:26-28) Superiority of Christ’s Covenant and Sacrifice Tabernacle a Pattern (Heb 8:1-5) Christ’s Covenant Greater (Heb 8:6,7) Covenant Needed Replacing (Heb 8:8-13) Old Covenant’s Tabernacle (Heb 9:1-5) Sacrifices only Temporary (Heb 9:6-10) Christ is Perfect Sacrifice (Heb 9:11-14) Death Validates Covenant (Heb 9:15-22) Sanctuary Entered Once (Heb 9:23-28) Sacrifices were Ineffectual (Heb 10:1-4) Christ Replaced Sacrifices (Heb 10:5-10) Christ both Priest and Sacrifice (Heb 10:11-14) Great Sacrifice Foreseen (Heb 10:15-18)

64 64 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to The Hebrews (continued) Exhortation to Continue Faith in Christ Proper Response to Access (Heb 10:19-25) Consequences of Rejection (Heb 10:26-31) Strength in Persecution (Heb 10:32-34) Need for Strength in Faith (Heb 10:35-39) Examples of Great Faith Assurance and Hope (Heb 11:1-3) Faith of the Patriarchs (Heb 11:4-7) Faith of Abraham (Heb 11:8-12) Faith in Unseen Country (Heb 11:13-16) Abraham’s Faith (Heb 11:17-19) Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph (Heb 11:20-22) Faith of Moses (Heb 11:23-28) Faith of Israelites (Heb 11:29-31)

65 65 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to The Hebrews (continued) Examples of Great Faith (continued) Judges, Kings, and Prophets (Heb 11:32-38) Faith’s Reward in Christ (Heb 11:39,40) A Call for Steadfast Faith Example Demands Perseverance (Heb 12:1-3) Struggles are Discipline (Heb 12:4-6) Discipline shows Sonship (Heb 12:7-11) Faith Requires Holy Lives (Heb 12:12-17) Judgment under Law (Heb 12:18-21) Greater Covenant; Greater Judgment (Heb 12:22-24) God to be Worshipped with Awe (Heb 12:25-29)

66 66 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Letter to The Hebrews (continued) Various Exhortations Love even Strangers (Heb 13:1-3) Maintain Sexual Purity (Heb 13:4) Do Not Trust Wealth (Heb 13:5,6) Imitate Lives of Leaders (Heb 13:7) Avoid Demeaning Teachings (Heb 13:8-10) Leave World System for Christ (Heb 13:11-14) Offer Sacrifices of Praise (Heb 13:15,16) Submit to Church Leaders (Heb 13:17) Closing Thoughts Request for Prayers (Heb 13:18,19) Prayer for Recipients (Heb 13:20,21) Final Thoughts (Heb 13:22-25)

67 67 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter by John John’s Eyewitness Testimony (1 John 1:1-4) Walking in Light of Righteousness Basis for Fellowship (1 John 1:5-7) Sins Must be Confessed (1 John 1:8-10) Christ is Advocate (1 John 2:1,2) Only Obedient know God (1 John 2:3-6) Love is Test (1 John 2:7-11) Reasons for Writing (1 John 2:12-14) Love God, Not the World (1 John 2:15-17) Warning about Antichrists Beware of Antichrists (1 John 2:18,19) Antichrists deny Deity (1 John 2:20-23) Continue your Faith (1 John 2:24-28)

68 68 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter by John (continued) Living as Children of God Be Righteous as Children (1 John 2:29-3:3) Sinning is Contrary to Faith (1 John 3:4-6) God’s Children Live Righteously (1 John 3:7-10) God’s Children Love Each Other (1 John 3:11-15) Love Evidenced by Actions (1 John 3:16-18) Obeying Brings Confidence (1 John 3:19-22) Must Believe and Love (1 John 3:23,24) Distinguishing Unbelievers from Believers Antichrists Deny Incarnation (1 John 4:1-3) Antichrists’ Worldly Doctrines (1 John 4:4-6) Believers Reflect God’s Love (1 John 4:7-12) Believers have God’s Spirit (1 John 4:13-15)

69 69 Christ’s Church and the Apostles First Letter by John (continued) Distinguishing Unbelievers from Believers (continued) Spirit of Love (1 John 4:16-19) Loving God requires Loving Man (1 John 4:20-5:1) Loving God requires Obedience (1 John 5:2-5) Testimony to Jesus (1 John 5:6-9) Believers’ Lives Testify (1 John 5:10-12) Assurances in Christ Assurance in Eternal Life (1 John 5:13) Assurance in Proper Prayer (1 John 5:14-17) Security in Jesus Christ (1 John 5:18-20) No Security in Idols (1 John 5:21)

70 70 Christ’s Church and the Apostles Second Letter by John Salutation (2 John 1-3) Call for Love and Obedience (2 John 4-6) Warning Against Antichrists (2 John 7-11) Hope for a Personal Visit (2 John 12) Greetings (2 John 13) Third Letter by John Salutation (3 John 1) Joy in Gaius’ Faithfulness (3 John 2-4) Commendation of Gaius (3 John 5-8) Reproof of Diotrephes (3 John 9,10) Exhortation to Do Good (3 John 11) Commendation of Demetrius (3 John 12) Hope for a Personal Visit (3 John 13,14a) Greetings (3 John 14b)

71 71 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John Revelation from Jesus Christ (Rev 1:1-3) Salutation to the Seven Churches (Rev 1:4-5a) Praise to Almighty God (Rev 1:5b-8) Origin and Purpose of Revelation Description of Voice (Rev 1:9-11) Vision of One like Son of Man (Rev 1:12-16) Identity of Voice and Vision (Rev 1:17,18) John’s Mandate to Write (Rev 1:19,20) Letters to the Seven Churches Ephesus (Rev 2:-7) Smyrna (Rev 2:8-11) Pergamum (Rev 2:12-17) Thyatira (Rev 2:18-29) Sardis (Rev 3:1-6) Philadelphia (Rev 3:7-13) Laodicea (Rev 3:14-22)

72 72 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Majesty and Centrality of God Description of Throne (Rev 4:1-6) Four Living Creatures (Rev 4:7,8) Twenty-Four Elders (Rev 4:9-11) Scroll Sealed (Rev 5:1-4) Scroll Taken by the Lamb (Rev 5:5-7) Elders Praise the Lamb (Rev 5:8-10) Angels Praise the Lamb (Rev 5:11,12) Universe Praises the Lamb (Rev 5:13,14) Destructiveness of Sin First Seal (Rev 6:1,2) Second Seal (Rev 6:3,4) Third Seal (Rev 6:5,6) Fourth Seal (Rev 6:7,8) Fifth Seal (Rev 6:9-11) Sixth Seal (Rev 6:12-17)

73 73 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Destructiveness of Sin (continued) Sealing of Servants (Rev 7:1-3) 144,000 Sealed (Rev 7:4-8) Multitude Sings Praise (Rev 7:9,10) Angels Worship God (Rev 7:11,12) Multitude as Victims (Rev 7:13,14) Security of Saints (Rev 7:15-17) Seventh Seal (Rev 8:1-6) Wrath of God against Evil First Trumpet (Rev 8:7) Second Trumpet (Rev 8:8,9) Third Trumpet (Rev 8:10,11) Fourth Trumpet (Rev 8:12) Next Three Trumpets (Rev 8:13) Fifth Trumpet (Rev 9:1-6)

74 74 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Wrath of God against Evil (continued) Description of Locusts (Rev 9:7-12) Sixth Trumpet (Rev 9:13-16) Description of Troops (Rev 9:17-19) Survivors Unrepentant (Rev 9:20,21) Angel with Little Scroll (Rev 10:1-4) Seventh Trumpet to Reveal (Rev 10:5-7) John eats Bittersweet Scroll (Rev 10:8-11) Gentiles Trample on Holy City (Rev 11:1,2) God’s Two Witnesses Testify (Rev 11:3-6) Witnesses Killed (Rev 11:7-10) Witnesses Resurrected (Rev 11:11-14) Righteousness of God Seen in Coming of Christ Seventh Trumpet (Rev 11:15) Elders Praise God (Rev 11:16-18) Signs Heralding Kingdom (Rev 11:19)

75 75 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Opposition to Christ’s Church Woman Bears Child (Rev 12:1-6) Satan defeated by Michael (Rev 12:7-9) Triumph of Christ over Satan (Rev 12:10-12) Dragon Pursues Woman (Rev 12:13-13:1a) Dragon Gives Power to Beast (Rev 13:1b-4) Beast Persecutes Saints (Rev 13:5-10) Second Beast comes from Earth (Rev 13:11-17) Caution Regarding Interpretation (Rev 13:18) Hope of the Faithful Lamb with Redeemed (Rev 14:1-5) First Angel (Rev 14:6,7) Second Angel (Rev 14:8) Third Angel (Rev 14:9-12) Rest for the Faithful (Rev 14:13)

76 76 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Judgment Against Unrighteous Earth being Harvested (Rev 14:14-16) Wrath Imposed upon Harvest (Rev 14:17-20) Seven Plagues of Wrath (Rev 15:1) God’s Holiness in Wrath (Rev 15:2-4) Bowls of Wrath (Rev 15:5-16:1) First Bowl (Rev 16:2) Second Bowl (Rev 16:3) Third Bowl (Rev 16:4) Praise for God’s Justice (Rev 16:5-7) Fourth Bowl (Rev 16:8,9) Fifth Bowl (Rev 16:10,11) Sixth Bowl (Rev 16:12-16) Seventh Bowl (Rev 16:17-21)

77 77 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Special Judgment upon Babylon Drunken Prostitute (Rev 17:1-6) Beast Explained (Rev 17:7,8) Seven Heads Explained (Rev 17:9-11) Ten Horns Explained (Rev 17:12-14) Waters Explained (Rev 17:15-17) Woman Explained (Rev 17:18) Rejoicing over Babylon’s Fall (Rev 18:1-3) Warning about Babylon (Rev 18:4-8) Lament by Kings (Rev 18:9,10) Lament by Merchants (Rev 18:11-17) Lament by Sailors (Rev 18:18-20) Extent of Destruction (Rev 18:21-24) Multitude Celebrates (Rev 19:1-5)

78 78 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Triumph of Christ and His Church Wedding of Lamb and Bride (Rev 19:6-8) Honor of being Invited (Rev 19:9,10) Word Rules as Lord and King (Rev 19:11-16) Birds Devour Unrighteous (Rev 19:17,18) Beast and False Prophet Killed (Rev 19:19-21) Satan Bound for a Long Time (Rev 20:1-3) Martyrs Reign with Christ (Rev 20:4-6) Satan Destroyed (Rev 20:7-10) Great Judgment of the Dead (Rev 20:11-15) Vision of New Heaven and New Earth (Rev 21:1-5) Reward and Destruction (Rev 21:6-8)

79 79 Christ’s Church and the Apostles The Revelation to John (continued) Glory and Grandeur of Heaven View of the Holy City (Rev 21:9-14) Description of City (Rev 21:15-21) Purity and Light of City (Rev 21:22-27) Blessings in River and Tree (Rev 22:1-5) Epilogue Angel Verifies Revelation (Rev 22:6,7) John Verifies Revelation (Rev 22:8-11) Jesus Verifies Revelation (Rev 22:12-16) Invitation to Enjoy Blessings (Rev 22:17) Caution Against Misuse (Rev 22:18,19) Promise of Jesus (Rev 22:20) Benediction (Rev 22:21)


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