Consider the themes 
of the sixty-six books








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In Genesis, 
    He is the Creator God. 
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In Exodus,  
   He is the Redeemer
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In Leviticus,
    He is your sanctification. 
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In Numbers,  
   He is your guide
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In Deuteronomy,  
   He is your teacher
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In Joshua,  
   He is the mighty conqueror
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In Ruth,  
   He is your kinsman,
your lover, your redeemer
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In I Samuel,  
   He is the root of Jesse
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In 2 Samuel, 
     He is the Son of David
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In 1 Kings and 2 Kings,  
   He is King of Kings
and Lord of Lords 
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In 1st and 2nd Chronicles,
    He is your intercessor
and High Priest. 
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In Ezra,  
   He is your temple, your house of worship.
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In Nehemiah,  
   He is your mighty wall,
protecting you from your enemies
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In Esther,
   He stands in the gap to deliver
you from your enemies
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In Job,
   He is the arbitrator who not only
understands your struggles, but has the power
to do something about them
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In Psalms, 
   He is your song and your reason to sing
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In Proverbs,  
   He is your wisdom, helping you make
sense of life and live it successfully
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In Ecclesiastes, 
    He is your purpose,
delivering you from vanity
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In the Song of Solomon,
   He is your lover,
your Rose of Sharon
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In Isaiah,  
   He is the mighty counselor,
the Prince of Peace, the everlasting Father, and more.
In short, He's everything you need. 
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In Jeremiah,  
   He is your balm of Gilead,
the soothing salve for your sin-sick soul
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In Lamentations,  
   He is the ever-faithful one
upon whom you can depend
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In Ezekiel,  
   He is your wheel in the middle of
a wheel, the one who assures that dry,
dead bones will come alive again
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In Daniel,
   He is the ancient of days, the
everlasting God who never runs out of time. 
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In Hosea,  
   He is your faithful lover, always
beckoning you to come back,
even when you have abandoned Him. 
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In Joel,  
   He is your refuge, keeping you safe
in times of trouble
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In Amos, 
     He is the husbandman, the one you can
depend on to stay by your side. 
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In Obadiah, 
     He is Lord of the Kingdom. 
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In Jonah,
     He is your salvation, bringing you
back within His will. 
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In Micah, 
     He is judge of the nation
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In Nahum, 
     He is the jealous God. 
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In Habakkuk, 
     He is the Holy One
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In Zephaniah,
     He is the witness
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In Haggai,  
   He overthrows the enemies. 
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In Zechariah,  
   He is Lord of Hosts. 
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In Malachi,
   He is the messenger God. 
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In Matthew,  
   He is king of the Jews. 
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In Mark, 
He is the servant. 
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In Luke,  
   He is the Son of Man, feeling what you feel. 
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In John,  
   He is the Son of God. 
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In Acts,  
   He is Savior of the world. 
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In Romans,  
   He is the righteousness of God. 
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In I Corinthians,
   He is the rock that followed Israel. 
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In II Corinthians,  
   He is the triumphant, victorious one. 
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In Galatians,  
   He is your liberty; He sets you free. 
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In Ephesians,  
   He is head of the Church. 
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In Philippians,  
   He is your joy. 
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In Colossians,  
   He is your completeness. 
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In I Thessalonians,  
   He is your hope. 
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In II Thessalonians,  
   He is your patience and discipline. 
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In I Timothy,  
   He is your faith. 
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In II Timothy,  
   He is your stability. 
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In Titus,  
   He is the truth. 
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In Philemon,
   He is your benefactor. 
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In Hebrews,  
   He is your perfection. 
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In James,  
   He is the power behind your faith
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In I Peter,  
   He is your example. 
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In II Peter,  
   He is your purity. 
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In I John,  
   He is your life. 
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In II John,  
   He is your pattern. 
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In III John,  
   He is your motivation. 
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In Jude,
   He is the foundation of your faith. 
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In the Revelation,  
   He is your coming King.











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