Matthew

Gospel to the Jews to prove that Jesus is their Messiah

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Mark

Mark writes of the Cross, discipleship, the teachings of Jesus & the Son of God to prepare his readers of Christ's sufferings

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Luke

The Gospel according to Luke as he accounts Jesus' ministry. A companion volume to the Book of Acts.

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John

Written by the "disciple whom Jesus loved" so that "you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in His name."

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Acts

The Acts of the Apostles: Luke's 2nd writing so "that you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth."

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Romans

God's plan of salvation and righteousness for all mankind.

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I Corinthians

Written by Paul to both instruct and inspire the church regarding sanctification and the continuing development of holiness of character.

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II Corinthians

Paul asks the Corinthians to consider his honorable personal life and that his life-transforming message of salvation is true.

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Galatians

Paul's eloquent apologetic for the essential New Testament truth that man is justified by faith in Jesus Christ and sanctified by the obedience that comes from faith by the grace and power of Christ and the Holy Spirit.

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Ephesians

Written by Paul to help readers better understand the dimensions of God's eternal power and grace and to come to appreciate the high goals God has for the church.

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Philippians

Paul writes the Philipians to report his condition, encourage them to stand firm in their persecution and rejoice, to exhort them to humility and unity and to warn against legalists.

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Colossians

Paul refutes Colossian heresy by exhaulting Christ as the very image of God, the Creator, sustainer of all things and the reconciler.

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I Thessalonians

Paul attempts to encourage new converts in their trials, instruct on godly living and give assurance re: the future of believers who die before Christ returns.

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II Thessalonians

Paul writes to encourage persecuted believers, to work for a living and correct a misunderstanding re: the Lord's return.

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I Timothy

Paul writes to develop Timothy to refute false teachings and to supervise the affairs of the church and it's appointed leaders.

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II Timothy

Paul, missing Timothy's companionship while imprisoned, writes to admonish Timothy to guard the gospel and persevere in preaching it despite the inevitable suffering for it.

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Titus

Paul provides guidance in meeting opposition, instructs on faith and conduct, and warns against false teachers.

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Philemon

Imprisoned in Rome, Paul makes a personal appeal that a friend and recent convert (Onesimus) be accepted as a Christian brother.

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Hebrews

The theme is the absolute supremacy and sufficiency of Jesus Christ as revealer and as mediator of God's grace.

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James

James, the eldest brother of Jesus, emphasizes that genuine faith must and will be accompanied by a consistent and fruitful lifestyle.

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I Peter

Peter here feeds Christ's sheep by instructing them how to deal with persecution from outside the church.

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II Peter

Peter teaches Christ's sheep how to deal with the false teachers and evildoers who've come into the church.

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I John

The "disciple whom Jesus loved" writes to 1) expose false teachers; and 2) give believers assurance of salvation.

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II John

Apostle John writes to urge discernment in supporting traveling teachers (missionaries) as evangelism was only was of taking gospel from place to place during 1st two centuries.

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III John

Apostle John commends support for teachers of the gospel.

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Jude

Jude, eager to write about salvation, is compelled to warn about certain immoral men circulating false teachings and perverting the grace of God.

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Revelation

Apostle John writes to encourage the faithful to resist the demands of emperor worship and informs his readers that the final showdown between God and Satan is imminent.

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