Bible Book Outline

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This article outlines the very basic events in the Bible, in the order in which you read them. 
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Scrolling down, you'll notice summaries of Old Testament and the New Testament and a spreadsheet.
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The Old Testament consists of 4 sections, or 5 sections if you split the books of Prophets into Major and Minor: 
* Genesis through Deuteronomy, are called "Books of Moses". Also called "Books of Law".
* Joshua through Esther, are called "History Books".
* Job through Song of Songs(Solomon), are called "Books of Wisdom and Poetry".
* Isaiah through Malachi, are called "Books of the Prophets". Isaiah through Daniel are Major prophets; while Hosea through Malachi are Minor prophets. Major are not 'more important' than minor.

The New Testament consists of 5 sections:
* Gospels: Matthew through John. The four gospels are accounts of the life of Jesus.
* History: Acts.
* Letters: Romans through Philemon.
* Prophecy: Revelation.
* Letters: Hebrews through Jude.











Bible Books Outline

  Book Name Events Summary Historical Context

Abbreviation: Gen.
Old Testament Book 1.
Bible Book 1.
50 Chapters.
Section: Moses aka Law.
* Creation of Universe & Human Race. 
* Story of Early Man. Temptation & Fall. 
* 1st Messianic Promise. 
* Cain & Abel. 
* Genealogy & Death of the Patriarchs.

Abbreviation: Exod.
Old Testament Book 2.
Bible Book 2. 
40 Chapters.
Section: Moses aka Law.
* Probably written by Moses. 
* Two parts: The story of salvation from slavery; and basic instruction on living a saved life.

Abbreviation: Lev.
Old Testament Book 3.
Bible Book 3.
27 Chapters.
Section: Moses aka Law.
* Continuation of Exodus.
* Israelites, having been saved out of Ejypt, are on their way to settle in the land of Canaan. 
* A detailed preparation for living holy, in an evil culture which doesn't grasp the term "holy".
* God is in every detail of our lives, living in us rather than a building. 
* Moses matures into holiness.

Abbreviation: Num.
Old Testament Book 4.
Bible Book 4. 
36 Chapters.
Section: Moses aka Law.
* The kinds of structured organized help required turn messy humans who as slaves had no functional government, into a free spiritual community.
* Israelites failing to mature into spirituality.
Possibly 1280-1240 B.C.

Abbreviation: Deut.
Old Testament Book 5.
Bible Book 5. 
34 Chapters.
Section: Moses aka Law.

Abbreviation: Josh.
Old Testament Book 6.
Bible Book 6. 
24 Chapters.
Section: History.

Abbreviation: Judg.
Old Testament Book 7.
Bible Book 7. 
27 Chapters.
Section: History.

Abbreviation: Ruth.
Old Testament Book 8.
Bible Book 8. 
4 Chapters.
Section: History.
  1 Samuel

Abbreviation: 1Sam.
Old Testament Book 9.
Bible Book 9. 
31 Chapters.
Section: History.
  2 Samuel

Abbreviation: 2Sam.
Old Testament Book 10.
Bible Book 10. 
24 Chapters.
Section: History.
  1 Kings

Abbreviation: 1Kings.
Old Testament Book 11.
Bible Book 22. 
11 Chapters.
Section: History.
  2 Kings

Abbreviation: 2Kings.
Old Testament Book 12.
Bible Book 12. 
25 Chapters.
Section: History.
  1 Chronicles

Abbreviation: 1Chron.
Old Testament Book 13.
Bible Book 13. 
29 Chapters.
Section: History.
  2 Chronicles

Abbreviation: 2Chron.
Old Testament Book 14.
Bible Book 14. 
36 Chapters.
Section: History.

Abbreviation: Ezra.
Old Testament Book 15.
Bible Book 15. 
10 Chapters.
Section: History.

Abbreviation: Neh.
Old Testament Book 16.
Bible Book 16. 
13 Chapters.
Section: History.

Abbreviation: Esth.
Old Testament Book 17.
Bible Book 17. 
10 Chapters.
Section: History.

Abbreviation: Job.
Old Testament Book 18.
Bible Book 18. 
42 Chapters.
Section: Wisdom.

Abbreviation: PS or Pss.
Old Testament Book 19.
Bible Book 19. 
150 Chapters.
Section: Wisdom.

Abbreviation: Prov.
Old Testament Book 20.
Bible Book 20. 
31 Chapters.
Section: Wisdom.

Abbreviation: Eccl.
Old Testament Book 21.
Bible Book 21. 
12 Chapters.
Section: Wisdom.
  Song of Songs

Abbreviation: S. of Sol.
Old Testament Book 22.
Bible Book 22. 
8 Chapters.
Section: Wisdom.

Abbreviation: Ida.
Old Testament Book 23.
Bible Book 23. 
66 Chapters.
Section: Major Prophets.

Abbreviation: Jer.
Old Testament Book 24.
Bible Book 24. 
52 Chapters.
Section: Major Prophets.

Abbreviation: Lam.
Old Testament Book 25.
Bible Book 25. 
5 Chapters.
Section: Major Prophets.

Abbreviation: Ezekk.
Old Testament Book 26.
Bible Book 26. 
48 Chapters.
Section: Major Prophets.

Abbreviation: Dan.
Old Testament Book 27.
Bible Book 27. 
12 Chapters.
Section: Major Prophets.

Abbreviation: Hos.
Old Testament Book 28.
Bible Book 28. 
14 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Joel.
Old Testament Book 29.
Bible Book 29.
3 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Amos.
Old Testament Book 30.
Bible Book 30. 
9 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Obad.
Old Testament Book 31.
Bible Book 31. 
1 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Jonah.
Old Testament Book 32.
Bible Book 32. 
4 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Mic.
Old Testament Book 33.
Bible Book 33. 
7 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Nah.
Old Testament Book 34.
Bible Book 34. 
3 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Hab.
Old Testament Book 35.
Bible Book 35. 
3 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Zeoh.
Old Testament Book 36.
Bible Book 36. 
3 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Hag.
Old Testament Book 37.
Bible Book 37. 
2 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Zech.
Old Testament Book 38.
Bible Book 38. 
14 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.

Abbreviation: Mal.
Old Testament Book 39.
Bible Book 39. 
4 Chapters.
Section: Minor Prophets.
  End of Old Testament, Start of New Testament 400 years later.

Abbreviation: Matt.
New Testament Book 1.
Bible Book 40. 
28 Chapters.
Section: Gospels.
Matthew's main purpose appears to be to show that Jesus is the fulfillment of the Old Testament predictions concerning the Messiah.  

Abbreviation: Mark.
New Testament Book 2.
Bible Book 41. 
16 Chapters.
Section: Gospels.
*Life of Jesus from his baptism by John the Baptist to his resurrection. 
*Mark focuses on the last week of Jesus' life.

Abbreviation: Luke.
New Testament Book 3.
Bible Book 42. 
24 Chapters.
Section: Gospels.
*Story of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection.  

Abbreviation: John.
New Testament Book 4.
Bible Book 43. 
21 Chapters.
Section: Gospels.

Abbreviation: Acts.
New Testament Book 5.
Bible Book 44. 
28 Chapters.
Section: History.
Acts is the account of early followers of Christ who, obedient to the Great Commission, began to spread the good news of a risen Savior throughout the known world. Each section of the book (1-7; 8-12; 13-28) focuses on a particular audience, a key personality, and a significant phase in the expansion of the gospel message. While the apostles are mentioned collectively at several points, this book really records the acts of Peter (1-12) and of Paul (13-28).  

Abbreviation: Rom.
New Testament Book 6.
Bible Book 45. 
16 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
Epistle to the Romans is a letter written by the apostle Paul. The letter gives an overview of the Christian faith. In it Paul teaches us that a believer is saved because of his faith in Jesus Christ and not through any good works that he does.  
  1 Corinthians

Abbreviation: 1Cor.
New Testament Book 7.
Bible Book 46. 
16 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
Paul wrote this letter to the Corinthians some time around 54 AD. It appears that this was his second letter to the Corinthians, however, there are not records of his first letter except Paul's reference to it.  
  2 Corinthians

Abbreviation: 2Cor.
New Testament Book 8.
Bible Book 47. 
13 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
Second Epistle to the Corinthians, the letter was written by the apostle Paul to the church at Corinth.  

Abbreviation: Gal.
New Testament Book 9.
Bible Book 48. 
6 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
A letter written by the apostle Paul to the church in the Roman province of Galatia in central Anatolia. The main theme running through the letter is that of justification through faith alone. Paul explains that the Galatian Christians are not accepted by God because of their obedience to the Mosaic Law but rather through God's grace through Jesus Christ.  

Abbreviation: Eph.
New Testament Book 10.
Bible Book 49. 
6 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
A letter written by the apostle Paul to the church in Ephesus.  

Abbreviation: Phil.
New Testament Book 11.
Bible Book 50. 
4 Chapters.
Section: Letters.

Abbreviation: Col.
New Testament Book 12.
Bible Book 51. 
4 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
Authored by Paul and Timothy. Probably written by Paul at Rome during his 1st imprisionment there. Suggested date being a wide range of 57AD to 62AD. Written to the believers in Colossae, a city in the Lycus Valley which is modern day South-West Turkey. A major object of the letter, it seems, was to counteract certain false teaching that had arisen within the church of Colosse. These teachings are sometimes referred to as the Colossian heresy. The false teaching appears to have been teaching that attempted to combine the doctrines of Eastern mysticism and asceticism with Christianity, thereby promising believers enjoyment of a higher spiritual life and a deeper insight into the world of spirits. Paul argues against such teaching, showing that in Christ they had all things. Paul commands the saints to "let no one judge you...but the body of Christ," - that is, the church itself. He particularly warns the Colossians against being drawn away from Christ "in whom dwelt all the fullness of the deity" (2:9), and who is the head of all spiritual powers. Christ, Paul reminds them, is the head of the body of which they are members; and if they are truly united to him, what further need do they have? In chapters 3 and 4 Paul writes practically, teaching about various duties that naturally flow from the doctrines he has expounded. The Colossians are exhorted to mind things that are above (Colossians 3:1-4), to mortify every evil principle of their nature, and to put on the new man (Colossians 3:5-14). Many special duties of the Christian life are also insisted upon as the fitting evidence of the Christian character.  
  1 Thessalonians

Abbreviation: 1Thess.
New Testament Book 13.
Bible Book 52. 
5 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
  2 Thessalonians

Abbreviation: 2Thess.
New Testament Book 14.
Bible Book 53. 
3 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
It was written by the apostle Paul to the church in Thessalonica.  
  1 Timmothy

Abbreviation: 1Tim.
New Testament Book 15.
Bible Book 54. 
6 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
A pastoral letter written by the apostle Paul to the apostle Timothy.  
  2 Timmothy

Abbreviation: 2Tim..
New Testament Book 16.
Bible Book 55. 
4 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
"2 Timothy" is the second letter of Paul to his friend, Timothy. In this epistle Paul entreats Timothy to come to him before winter, and to bring Mark with him. He was anticipating that "the time of his departure was at hand" (4:6), and he exhorts his "son Timothy" to all diligence and steadfastness in the face of false teachings.  

Abbreviation: Titus.
New Testament Book 17.
Bible Book 56. 
3 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
A pastoral letter from the apostle Paul to Titus.  

Abbreviation: Philem.
New Testament Book 18.
Bible Book 57. 
1 Chapter.
Section: Letters.
A letter written by the apostle Paul to Philemon. The duty of stedfastly adhering to Christ and his gospel. Paul's Greetings (1:1-3). Paul's Prayer (1:4-7). His sufferings are no objection against his pre-eminence. Paul's Request (1:8-22). Paul's Relationship to Philemon (1:8-9). Paul's Relationship to Onesimus (1:10-11). Philemon's Relationship to Onesimus (1:12-16). The reason of his sufferings, and the fitness of them. Paul's Relationship to Philemon (1:17-22). Christ's taking the nature of man, and not his taking the nature of angels, was necessary to his priestly office. Paul's Benediction (1:23-25). Greetings (1:23-24). Closing Prayer (1:25).  

Abbreviation: Heb.
New Testament Book 19.
Bible Book 58. 
13 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
A letter written to the early church. It attempts to explain the Christian faith. The Hebrews are warned of the sin and danger of unbelief. The superior worth and dignity of Christ above Moses is shown.

* The superior worth and dignity of Christ above Moses is shown.
* The Hebrews are warned of the sin and danger of unbelief.
* And of necessity of faith in Christ, and of stedfastly following him.
* Humble, cautious fear is urged, lest any should come short of the promised rest, through unbelief.
* Arguments and motives to faith and hope in our approaches to God.
* The office and duty of a high priest abundantly answered in Christ.
* The Christian Hebrews reproved for their little progress in the knowledge of the gospel.
* The Hebrews are urged to go forward in the doctrine of Christ, and the consequences of apostacy, or turning back, are described.
* The apostle expresses satisfaction, as to the most of them.
* And encourages them to persevere in faith and holiness.
* A comparison between the priesthood of Melchizedec and that of Christ.
* The excellence of Christ's priesthood above the Levitical priesthood is shown.
* This is applied to Christ.
* The faith and hope of the church encouraged from this.
* The excellence of Christ's priesthood above that of Aaron is shown.
* The great excellence of the new covenant above the former.
* The Jewish tabernacle and its utensils.
* Their use and meaning.
* These fulfilled in Christ.
* The necessity, superior dignity, and power of his priesthood and sacrifice.
* The insufficiency of sacrifices for taking away sin, The necessity and power of the sacrifice of Christ for that purpose.
* An argument for holy boldness in the believer's access to God through Jesus Christ, And for steadfastness in faith, and mutual love and duty.
* The danger of apostacy.
* The sufferings of believers, and encouragement to maintain their holy profession.
* The nature and power of faith described.
* It is set forth by instances from Abel to Noah.
* By Abraham and his descendants.
* By Jacob, Joseph, Moses, the Israelites, and Rahab.
* By other Old Testament believers.
* The better state of believers under the gospel.
* An exhortation to be constant and persevere, The example of Christ is set forth, and the gracious design of God in all the sufferings believers endured.
* Peace and holiness are recommended, with cautions against despising spiritual blessings.
* The New Testament dispensation shown to be much more excellent than the Old.
* Exhortations to various duties, and to be content with what Providence allots.
* To respect the instructions of faithful pastors, with cautions against being carried away by strange doctrines.
* Further exhortations to duties, that relate to God, to our neighbour, and to those set over us in the Lord.
* This epistle to be seriously considered.
* How to apply to God under troubles, and how to behave in prosperous and in adverse circumstances.
* To look upon all evil as proceeding from ourselves, and all good from God.
* The duty of watching against a rash temper, and of receiving the word of God with meekness.
* And of living according thereto.
* The difference between vain pretences and real religion.
* All professions of faith are vain, if not producing love and justice to others.
* The necessity of good works to prove the sincerity of faith, which otherwise will be of no more advantage than the faith of devils.
* Cautions against proud behaviour, and the mischief of an unruly tongue.

Abbreviation: James.
New Testament Book 20.
Bible Book 59.
5 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
* The excellence of heavenly wisdom, in opposition to that which is worldly.
* Here are cautions against corrupt affections, and love of this world, which is enmity to God.
* Exhortations to undertake no affairs of life, without constant regard to the will and providence of God.
* The judgments of God denounced against rich unbelievers.
* Exhortation to patience and meekness under tribulations.
* Cautions against rash swearing Prayer recommended in afflictive and prosperous circumstances, Christians to confess their faults to each other.
* The happiness of being the means of the conversion of a sinner.
* The apostle blesses God for his special benefits through Christ.
* Salvation by Christ foretold in ancient prophecy.
* All are exhorted to holy conversation.
* Such as is suitable to their principles, privileges, and obligations.
* A temper suitable to the Christian character as born again, is recommended.
* Holy conversation among the Gentiles directed.
* Subjects exhorted to pay all proper obedience to their civil governors.
* Also servants to their masters, and all to be patient, according to the example of the suffering Saviour.
  1 Peter

Abbreviation: 1Pet.
New Testament Book 21.
Bible Book 60.
5 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
* The duties of wives and husbands.
* Christians exhorted to agree.
* And encouraged to patience under persecutions for righteousness' sake, considering that Christ suffered patiently.
* The consideration of Christ's sufferings is urged for purity and holiness.
* And the approaching end of the Jewish state, as a reason for sobriety, watchfulness, and prayer.
* Believers encouraged to rejoice and glory in reproaches and sufferings for Christ, and to commit their souls to the care of a faithful God.
* Elders exhorted and encouraged.
* Younger Christians are to submit to their elders, and to yield with humility and patience to God, and to be sober, watchful, and stedfast in faith.
* Prayers for their growth and establishment.
* Exhortations to add the exercise of various other graces to faith.
* The apostle looks forward to his approaching decease.
* And confirms the truth of the gospel, relating to Christ's appearing to judgment.
* Believers are cautioned against false teachers, and the certainty of their punishment shown from examples.
* An account of these seducers, as exceedingly wicked.
* But as making high pretences to liberty and purity.
* The design here is to remind of Christ's final coming to judgement.
* He will appear unexpectedly, when the present frame of nature will be dissolved by fire.
  2 Peter

Abbreviation: 2Pet.
New Testament Book 22.
Bible Book 61.
3 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
* From thence is inferred the need for holiness, and stedfastness in the faith.
* The apostle prefaces his epistle to believers in general, with evident testimonies to Christ, for promoting their happiness and joy.
* The necessity of a life of holiness, in order to communion with God, is shown.
* The apostle directs to the atonement of Christ for help against sinful infirmities.
* The effects of saving knowledge in producing obedience, and love to the brethren.
* Christians addressed as little children, young men, and fathers.
* All are cautioned against the love of this world, and against errors.
* They are encouraged to stand fast in faith and holiness.
* The apostle admires the love of God in making believers his children.
  1 John

Abbreviation: 1John.
New Testament Book 23.
Bible Book 62.
5 Chapters.
Section: Letters.
* The purifying influence of the hope of seeing Christ, and the danger of pretending to this, and living in sin.
* Love to the brethren is the character of real Christians.
* That love described by its actings.
* The advantage of faith, love, and obedience.
* Believers cautioned against giving heed to every one that pretends to the Spirit.
* Brotherly love enforced.
* Brotherly love is the effect of the new birth, which makes obedience to all God's commandments pleasant.
* Reference to witnesses agreeing to prove that Jesus, the Son of God, is the true Messiah.
* The satisfaction the believer has about Christ, and eternal life through him.
* The assurance of God's hearing and answering prayer.
* The happy condition of true believers, and a charge to renounce all idolatry.
* The apostle salutes the elect lady and her children.
* Express his joy in their faith and love.
* Cautions them against deceivers.
* And concludes.
* The apostle commends Gaius for piety and hospitality.
* Cautions him against siding with Diotrephes, who was a turbulent spirit; but recommends Demetrius as a man of excellent character.
* He hopes soon to see Gaius.
* The apostle exhorts to stedfastness in the faith.
* The danger of being infected by false professors, and the dreadful punishment which shall be inflicted on them and their followers.
* An awful description of these seducers and their deplorable end.
  2 John

Abbreviation: 2John.
New Testament Book 24.
Bible Book 63.
1 Chapter.
Section: Letters.

# Believers cautioned against being surprised at such deceivers arising among them.
# The epistle ends with an encouraging doxology, or words of praise.
# The Divine origin, the design, and the importance of this book.
# The apostle John salutes the seven churches of Asia.

  3 John

Abbreviation: 3John.
New Testament Book 25.
Bible Book 64.
1 Chapter.
Section: Letters.
# Declares when, where, and how, the revelation was made to him.
# His vision, in which he saw Christ appear.
# Epistles to the churches in Asia, with warnings and encouragements, To the church at Ephesus;

Abbreviation: Jude.
New Testament Book 26.
Bible Book 65. 
1 Chapter.
Section: Letters.

Abbreviation: Rev.
New Testament Book 27.
Bible Book 66. 
22 Chapters.
Section: Prophecy.
* and Laodicea.
* A vision of God, as on his glorious throne, around which were twenty-four elders and four living creatures.
* Whose songs, and those of the holy angels, the apostle heard.
* A book sealed with seven seals, which could be opened by none but Christ, who took the book to open it.
* Upon which all honour is ascribed to him, as worthy to open it.
* The opening of the seals, The first, second, third, and fourth.
* at Smyrna;
* The fifth.
* at Pergamos;
* The sixth.
* and at Thyatira.
* A pause between two great periods.
* Epistles to the church at Sardis;
* The peace, happiness, and safety of the saints, as signified by an angel's sealing 144,000.
* at Philadelphia;
* A song of praise.
* The blessedness and glory of those that suffered martyrdom for Christ.
* The seventh seal is opened and seven angels appear with seven trumpets, ready to proclaim the purposes of God.
* Another angel casts fire on the earth, which produces terrible storms of vengeance.
* The seven angels prepare to sound their trumpets.
* Four sound them.
* Another angel denounces greater woes to come.
* The fifth trumpet is followed by a representation of another star as falling from heaven and opening the bottomless pit, out of which come swarms of locusts.
* The sixth trumpet is followed by the loosing of four angels bound in the great river Euphrates.
* The Angel of the covenant presents a little open book, which is followed with seven thunders.
* At the end of the following prophecies, time should be no more.
* A voice directs the apostle to eat the book;
* and tells him he must prophesy further.
* The state of the church is represented under the figure of a temple measured.
* Two witnesses prophesy is sackcloth.
* They are slain, after which they arise and ascend to heaven.
* Under the seventh trumpet, all antichristian powers are to be destroyed and there will be a glorious state of Christ's kingdom upon earth.
* A description of the church of Christ and of Satan, under the figures of a woman and of a great red dragon.
* Michael and his angels fight against the devil and his angels, who are defeated.
* The dragon persecutes the church.
* His vain endeavours to destroy her, He renews his war against her seed.
* A wild beast rises out of the sea, to whom the dragon gives his power.
* Another beast, which has two horns like a lamb, but speaks as a dragon.
* It obliges all to worship its image, and receive its mark, as persons devoted to it.
* Those faithful to Christ celebrate the praises of God.
* Three angels; one proclaiming the everlasting gospel; another, the downfal of Babylon; and a third, the dreadful wrath of God on the worshippers of the beast. The blessedness of those who die in the Lord.
* A vision of Christ with a sickle, and of a harvest ripe for cutting down.
* The emblem of a vintage fully ripe, trodden in the wine-press of God's wrath.
* A song of praise is sung by the church.
* Seven angels with the seven plagues; and to them one of the living creatures gives seven golden vials full of the wrath of God.
* The first vial is poured out on the earth, the second on the sea, the third on the rivers and fountains.
* The fourth on the sun, the fifth on the seat of the beast.
* The sixth on the great river Euphrates.
* And the seventh on the air, when shall follow the destruction of all antichristian enemies.
* One of the angels who had the vials, explains the meaning of the former vision of the antichristian beast that was to reign 1260 years, and then to be destroyed.
* And interprets the mystery of the woman, and the beast that had seven heads and ten horns.
* Another angel from heaven proclaims the fall of mystical Babylon.
* A voice from heaven admonishes the people of God, lest they partake of her plagues.
* The lamentations over her.
* The church called upon to rejoice in her utter ruin.
* The church in heaven and that on earth triumph, and praise the Lord for his righteous judgments.
* A vision of Christ going forth to destroy the beast and his armies.
* Satan is bound for a thousand years.
* The first resurrection; those are blessed that have part therein.
* Satan loosed, Gog and Magog.
* The last and general resurrection.
* A new heaven, and new earth: the new Jerusalem where God dwells, and banishes all sorrow from his people.
* Its heavenly origin, glory, and secure defence.
* Its perfect happiness, as enlightened with the presence of God and the Lamb, and in the free access of multitudes, made holy.
* A description of the heavenly state, under the figures of the water and the tree of life, and of the throne of God and the Lamb.
* The truth and certain fulfilling of all the prophetic visions, The Holy Spirit, and the bride, the church, invite, and say, Come.
* The closing blessing.
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