The Old Testament is comprised of 39 books that detail the old covenant God made with His chosen people, the Israelites. We learn about mankind’s separation from God because of their sin and disobedience, and God’s relentless forgiveness and correction that maintain the relationship. The OT is the foundation that prophecies the coming of Jesus Christ, the son of God who would establish a new, lasting covenant.
The New Testament is made of 27 books including historical information about Jesus Christ, the acts of His apostles, the establishment of His church, and instructions for believers. Here, the prophecies of the OT are fulfilled, and we learn about the new covenant God made through Jesus, not just with the Israelites, but with all nations. Through Jesus’ resurrection and the gift of the Holy Spirit, all believers can have an eternal relationship with God.
In this section you will find studies relating to various topics and frequently asked questions. Topics such as God’s plan for marriage, salvation, prayer, obeying Christ, evangelism, and more can be found here.
There are 66 books of the bible. Each of them is important for the instruction and education of believers of Jesus Christ. They come in different forms: laws, historical accounts, letters, prophetical writings, poems, and gospels.
The bible is full of many interesting characters, each serving a purpose in God’s ultimate plan to restore a fallen humanity back to righteousness. Here you will learn about characters like Noah, Moses, the kings, Jesus, the apostles, and more.