Daniel KJV – Read Bible online

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Daniel KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Daniel was written by Daniel to give a historical account of the faithful Jews who lived in captivity, to show how God is in control of heaven and earth, and the care for his people. ‘Daniel’ was written to the captives in Babylon and God’s people everywhere, approximately 535 B.C. … Read moreDaniel KJV – Read Bible online

Hosea KJV – Read Bible online

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Hosea KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Hosea was written by Hosea son of Beeri. ‘Hosea’ means ‘Salvation’. The Book of Hosea was written to illustrate God’s love for his sinful people. It was written to the people of Israel (the Northern Kingdom) and God’s people everywhere, approximately 715 B.C. – Hosea KJV 1 2 3 … Read moreHosea KJV – Read Bible online

Joel KJV – Read Bible online

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Joel KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Joel was written by Joel the son of Pethuel, from approximately 835-796 B.C., to the people of Judah (the southern kingdom) and God’s people everywhere. The purpose of ‘Joel’ is to warn the people of Judah of God’s impending judgement because of their sins and to urge the people … Read moreJoel KJV – Read Bible online

Amos KJV – Read Bible online

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Amos KJV INTRODUCTION: This book, by Amos, was written probably during the reigns of Jeroboam II of Israel and Uzziah (Azariah) of Judah (approximately 760 – 750 B.C.). Its purpose is to pronounce God’s judgement upon Israel, the Northern Kingdom, for its complacency, idolatry, and oppression of the poor. Its audience is Israel, the Northern … Read moreAmos KJV – Read Bible online

Obadiah KJV – Read Bible online

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Obadiah KJV INTRODUCTION: The name Obadiah means servant (or worshiper) of the Lord. The Book was written, possibly during the reign of King Jehoram in Judah (853-841 B.C.) or possibly during Jeremiah’s ministry (627-586 B.C.), to show that God judges those who have harmed his people. The audience of ‘Obadiah’ are Edomites, the Jews in Judah, … Read moreObadiah KJV – Read Bible online

Jonah KJV – Read Bible online

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Jonah KJV INTRODUCTION: The book of Jonah was written by Jonah, the son of Amittai, approximately 785-760 B.C. The audience of the book is Israel and God’s people everywhere. It was written to show the extent of God’s grace – the message of salvation is for all people. – Jonah KJV 1 2 3 4 Return … Read moreJonah KJV – Read Bible online

Micah KJV – Read Bible online

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Micah KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Micah was written by Micah, a native of Moresheth, near Gath, about 20 miles southwest of Jerusalem. It was written to the People of Israel (the Northern Kingdom) and of Judah (the Southern Kingdom). why? To warn God’s people that judgement is coming and to offer pardon to all who … Read moreMicah KJV – Read Bible online

Nahum KJV – Read Bible online

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Nahum KJV INTRODUCTION: The book of Nahum was written by Nahum, sometime during his prophetic ministry (probably between 663 and 612 B.C.). This book was written to the people of Nineveh and Judah, to pronounce God’s judgement on Assyria and to comfort Judah with this truth. – Nahum KJV 1 2 3 Return to Index … Read moreNahum KJV – Read Bible online

Habakkuk KJV – Read Bible online

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Habakkuk KJV INTRODUCTION: The book of Habakkuk was written by Habakkuk, between 612 and 588 B.C. To Judah (the southern kingdom) and God’s people everywhere. To show that God is still in charge of the world, despite the apparent triumph of evil. – Habakkuk KJV. – Habakkuk KJV 1 2 3 Return to Index Chapter … Read moreHabakkuk KJV – Read Bible online

Zephaniah KJV – Read Bible online

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Zephaniah KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Zephaniah was written by Zephaniah, probably near the end of his ministry (640-621 B.C. – when King Josiah’s great reform started), to Judah and all nation. To shake the people of Judah out of their complacency and urge them to return to God. – Zephaniah KJV 1 2 3 Return … Read moreZephaniah KJV – Read Bible online