Old Testament Books
Expanded Analytical Outline of Genesis. This document, as of
September, 2012 covers all fifty chapters. The text of the
incorporated into the outline. At present the document is 310 pages
long with 562 footnotes.
|The Arduous Task of Taking Possession of God's Gifts. A .pdf document 107 pages long. There are a number of footnotes, but more are needed.
Sovereign Protection of His Chosen People.
Outline of the Book of Esther incorporating the complete NASB text,
used by permission. (61
pages, 83 footnotes .pdf format)
Sovereignty of God in Human Suffering. Job has been
annotated; however, the NASB Text has not yet been
except in a few instances. (110 pages, 106 footnotes, .pdf format)
Worship Hymnal. Each of the 150 Psalms have been
and annotated. NASB Text has been incorporated,
used by permission. Each Psalm is a "stand-alone" unit. The page-length
of each psalm varies, of course.
There are a number of notes included in the analysis, but there are
many more that could be added. Only in a few places is the text of the
Restoration "Until All Know I am Yahweh."
This analysis at present consists of a fairly detailed outline of the
book. However, the NASB text has been included only in a couple of
instances – in chapters 28 and 47. There are few footnotes at this time
scattered throughout the book. The most substantive notes begin in
chapter 47, which portrays a life-changing river emanating from a
yet-to-be rebuilt Jewish Temple during the Millennium..
Sovereignty over the Nations. Daniel has been outlined
and annotated to some degree. The NASB text has been incorporated
in certain sections. At initial publication the document is
pages long with 23 footnotes. The first six chapters are more or less
historical, detailing events that occur in the lives of Daniel and his
three friends, all exiles from Judah, but serving in the court at
2 presents a vision that outlines the progress of
Babylonian, Medo-Persian, Grecian, and Roman Empires. Chapter
juxtaposes the coming reign of the Messiah with the reign of the
9:24-27 gives a remarkably accurate and prescient
overview of Israel's history in the Vision of the Seventy Sevens. It
includes predictions about the Antichrist's role in relation to Israel
and the end times in 9:27.
11 predicts with remarkable
accuracy the actions of various kings of the North and the South. The
last part of chapter
11 appears to predict the machinations of the
Antichrist in the last days, ending in his demise. Chapter
the resurrection of the righteous and the wicked, and discusses the
length of time surrounding the last half of the Tribulation period.
This Expanded Analytical Outline of Jonah in .pdf format has
annotated. The NASB text has been incorporated throughout the analysis.
The document is 28 pages long, and consists of 100 footnotes.
This Expanded Analytical Outline of Habakkuk in .pdf
annotated. The NASB text has been incorporated throughout the analysis.
The document is 16 pages long, and consists of 27 footnotes.
The analysis contains the text of NASB throughout. Annotations are
considerable (76 notes in 49 pages), but not exhaustive. Of particular
note are chapters 12-14, which include Zechariah's extensive prophecies
concerning the Day of the LORD. Chapter 12 discusses the end-time
battle against Israel by UN troops as well as Israel's abject sorrow at
having crucified her Messiah. Chapter 14 includes one of the most
extensive predictions of Jesus Christ's return to earth on the Mount of
Olives and His decimation of troops gathered against Israel and
Himself. The latter part of chapter 14 predicts the Messiah's reign as
King of the Earth and the required submission of Gentile nations to the
King if they expect to receive rain during the Millennium.
|"The King and
His Kingdom of the Heavens.
Matthew has been analyzed and selectively annotated. The text of the
NASB has been
incorporated only in selected places. At the present time the analysis
is about 52 pages in length with 75 footnotes in .pdf format..
and Sacrifice of the Servant.
Mark has been analyzed and the NASB text has been incorporated.
However, it is the 1977 edition of the NASB text, not the 1995 edition.
The document is presently 129 pages long with 167 footnotes in .pdf
of the Son of Man. Luke has been analyzed and the NASB
text has been incorporated, but only in certain places.
However, in certain places it is the 1977 edition of the NASB text, not
the 1995 edition.
The document is presently 63 pages long with 61 footnotes in .pdf
Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
John has been analyzed and the NASB text has been incorporated, but
only in certain places. The document is presently 74 pages
with 37 footnotes in .pdf
The Apostolic Evangelism Concerning Jesus the
Messiah of Jewish and Gentile People in the Roman Empire.
Analytical Outline of Acts. As of June 26, 2012, the entire NASB text
of the book of Acts has been incorporated into the analytical outline
of the book. Annotation at this point is more extensive in the earlier
chapters of Acts than in the latter chapters. The document is presently
249 pages long with 422 footnotes.
Good News About Righteousness.
This .pdf file
incorporates a few
notes here and there, but more extensively, from Romans 1-7 and
from chapters 12-16. As
work progresses, more notes will be added. From chapters 1-7 and from
chapters 9-16, the text of
the NASB has also been incorporated. This will
be standardized throughout the document as time permits. This file
Appendix 1, Characters in Romans 16 and Appendix 2, Why Baptism in
Romans 6 is Spirit Baptism, not Water Baptism. So far it is lacking
Appendix 3, The Imprecatory Prayers of David, as is found in the Romans
entry in Analytical
Outlines of the New Testament.
Today's Problems from Yesterday's Church. This .pdf file
incorporates, somewhat loosely, the text of NASB. The text is analyzed
fairly thorough detail through chapter 4. Thereafter, the detail
resumes only beginning in chapter 15. Notes exist, but almost
exclusively in chapter 15. This is a work in progress.
|The Law as a
Tutor. This .pdf file incorporates the 1977 version of
NASB. It contains 48 footnotes in 33 pages.
and Walk and Walk of the Believer. This .pdf file
incorporates the text of NASB only very loosely, and certainly not
completely. There are only limited notes
|Joy in Jail.
This .pdf file incorporates the NASB. It contains 30 footnotes in 26
Preeminence of Christ. Expanded Analytical
Outline of 1
Corinthians including the complete NASB text of Colossians,
used by permission. Not extensively annotated. (28 pages, 10 footnotes,
An Expanded Analytical Outline of 2 Thessalonians in .pdf format. The
text of NASB has been incorporated throughout. Thus far, the most
extensive annotation appears in chapter 2, but other notes appear
elsewhere also. The notes reflect a Pre-Tribulation
Rapture in relation to the subsequent "Day
of the Lord," which in this context designates the Tribulation
period. At present (early October, 2011) there are 39 footnotes
covering 18 pages of text.
Superiority of the Person and Work of Christ. The text of the NASB has been
incorporated thus far in chapters 1-10. Several notes exist, many of
them in chapter 6. More will be added in the future. There are
currently 68 pages and 37 footnotes.
An expanded, annotated, analytical outline with the complete text of
NASB incorporated, used by permission. The work on James, in .pdf
format, is complete. There are 46 pages and 118 footnotes.
Unveiling of Jesus Christ. An
expanded, annotated, analytical outline with the complete text
used by permission. (178 pages, 352 footnotes, .pdf format)
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