|Names of Books
||Main Theme / Key Thought
||Events leading up to captivity (chapters 1-39), and predictions, warnings, promises to events beyond captivity to the Christian dispensation.
||Isaiah is known as the prophet of redemption. This book is full of messianic prophecies and the woes pronounced on sinful nations.
||Rebukes, warnings, and promises to the Jews. Predictions of divine judgments, the overthrow of Jerusalem, and the seventy years of captivity.
||The backsliding, bondage, and restoration of the Jews
||Ruin of Jerusalem. Jeremiah’s grief over the afflictions of his people, and his trust in God. The former glory of Israel contrasted with their misery
||A series of dirges in the form of an acrostic, written as if for a national funeral, portraying the capture and destruction of Jerusalem.
||A portrayal of the apostate condition of Judah, and predictions and promises concerning the means by which the glory of the nation is to be restored.
||I am the Sovereign Lord.
||Six moral conflicts of Daniel. The controlling hand of God moving the scenes in the panorama of history.
||The sovereignty of God over the affairs of men in all ages.