The Book of Judges tells of the painful consequences of rejecting God's divine authority and also speaks of the mercy that God extends to those who return to Him in repentance and faith. The main theme of the book is God's involvement in the lives of His covenant people and in the lives of those people outside the covenant who seek to know Him.The providence of God in the book foreshadows the redeeming work of Jesus Christ in calling all peoples of the earth to salvation (Jews and Gentiles) through His saving act on the altar of the Cross as the "Blood/Kinsman Redeemer" to all men and women of every age This is a 7 lesson study of the Second Book of Samuel.

The Book of Numbers records the Israelites in their failure of the aborted conquest of Canaan and the years of trial when God instructed and disciplined His children in the wilderness wandering.

This is a 17 lesson study of the fifth book of the Pentateuch.

The Book of Deuteronomy records the final homilies of Moses and a renewal of the Sinai Covenant with the new "wilderness" generation of Israel. The Book of Joshua is a story about faith in action and the amazing results of the application of the obedience of faith coupled with God's Divine will.

Israel is established as a holy nation and mankind's ultimate salvation is advanced in accordance with God's plan. The Book of Judges is the account of the generations between the conquest of Canaan and the time of the monarchy.

Agape Bible Study Bible Study List"The God of ordinary days and extraordinary graces, has created time itself that mankind might better graspthe mystery of His plan of salvation and its gradual unfolding through ordained events which point to the mercy and majesty of the Most Holy Trinity."Michal Hunt, Feast of the Exultation of the Cross, September, 1998 This is an 18 lesson study of the second book of the Pentateuch.

The Book of Exodus records the children of Israel's journey from slavery to nationhood.

The Exodus experience was the defining moment in the history of the children of Israel.

This is a 13 lesson study of the fourth book of the Pentateuch.

First Kings completes of the story of the great King David in the events of the succession of David's son, Solomon, and David's death.