Beginnings or origins of Creation, Mankind, God's People
The Salvation of God's People from Slavery
Holiness as the proper response to God's grace
The wanderings of the people as a consequence of disobedience
The possibility of reform, renewal, or repentance
The surpassing value of obedience. The conquest of Canaan
The tragedy of disobedience
God being able to show His faithfulness through faithful people
1st and 2nd Samuel
Early history of Israel's Monarchy
1st and 2nd Kings
The details of Israel's Monarchy from Solomon through fall of Jerusalem
1st and 2nd Chronicals
Theological commentary on the books of Samuel and King
The return from captivity
The rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem
God's providential care of His people even outside of Israel
"The Holy One of Israel" who disciplines His unrepentant people but later will redeem them through Christ
The weeping prophet who spoke about the destruction of Jerusalem and the coming exile.
The Lamentations of Jeremiah
The prophet's lament over the destruction of Jerusalem and a declaration of God's unfathomable love and sorrow for Israel.
God's direction of events in heaven and on earth.
The sovereignty of God over all nations and the unfolding of history.
God's faithful love to His unfaithful people. (God's love for a bunch of Gomers.)
Ultimately the Lord is victorious. The coming of the Holy Spirit.
The Lord roars from Zion.
The destruction of Edom and the restoration of Israel.
The universality of God's mercy.
God's destruction of evildoers and His goodness to the faithful. The coming of the Messiah born in Bethlehem.
God's judgment and the destruction of Nineveh.
The problem of evil.
Judgment and blessing on Judah.
The people live in comfort while the temple still needs to be rebuilt.
Encouragement to rebuild the temple and the prophecies of the coming Messiah.
Turn from sin, for the day of the Lord is coming.