Revelation 12: John sees the imminent apostasy of the Church—He also sees the War in Heaven in the beginning when Satan was cast out—He sees the continuation of that war on earth. Revelation 13: John sees fierce-looking beasts that represent degenerate earthly kingdoms controlled by Satan—The devil works miracles and deceives men. Revelation 14: The Lamb will stand upon Mount Zion—The gospel will be restored in the last days by angelic ministry—The Son of Man will harvest the earth. Revelation 15: Exalted Saints praise God in celestial glory forever. Revelation 16: God pours out plagues upon the wicked—The nations assemble for Armageddon—Christ comes, islands flee, and mountains cease. Revelation 17: John is shown that Babylon the great, the mother of harlots and abominations, has become established throughout the earth. Revelation 18: The Saints are called out of Babylon lest they partake of her sins—She falls and is lamented by her supporters. Revelation 19: The marriage supper of the Lamb is made ready—The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy—Christ is King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Revelation 20: Satan is bound during the Millennium—The Saints will then live and reign with Christ—The dead stand before God and are judged out of the books according to their works. Revelation 21: Those who overcome will be sons of God—The earth attains its celestial glory. Revelation 22: The Saints will reign in celestial splendor—Christ will come, and men will be judged—Blessed are they who keep His commandments.
Matthew 1: Christ is born of Mary—She conceives by the power of the Holy Ghost—Our Lord is named Jesus. Matthew 2: The wise men are directed by a star to Jesus—Joseph takes the child to Egypt—Herod slays the children in Bethlehem—Jesus is taken to Nazareth to dwell. Luke 1: Gabriel promises Zacharias that Elisabeth will bear a son, whom they will name John—He also tells Mary that she will be the mother of the Son of God—Mary visits Elisabeth and utters a psalm of praise—John the Baptist is born—Zacharias prophesies of John’s mission. Luke 2: Heavenly messengers herald the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem—He is circumcised, and Simeon and Anna prophesy of His mission—At twelve years of age, He goes about His Father’s business.
Revelation 1: Christ chooses some as kings and priests unto God—Christ will come again—John sees the risen Lord. Revelation 2: He who overcomes will gain eternal life, avoid the second death, inherit the celestial kingdom, and rule many kingdoms. Revelation 3: He who overcomes will retain his name in the book of life, reach godhood, and be with Jesus as He is with the Father. Revelation 4: John sees the celestial earth, the throne of God, and all created things worshipping the Lord. Revelation 5: John sees the book sealed with seven seals, and he sees those people redeemed out of every nation—He hears every creature praising God and the Lamb. Revelation 6: Christ opens the six seals, and John sees the events therein—In the fifth seal, he sees the Christian martyrs; and in the sixth, he sees the signs of the times. Revelation 7: John also sees in the sixth seal the Restoration of the gospel, the sealing of the 144,000, and the hosts of the exalted from all nations. Revelation 8: John sees fire and desolation poured out during the seventh seal and preceding the Second Coming. Revelation 9: John also sees the wars and plagues poured out during the seventh seal and before the Lord comes. Revelation 10: John seals up many things relative to the last days—He is commissioned to participate in the restoration of all things. Revelation 11: In the last days, two prophets will be slain in Jerusalem—After 3½ days, they will be resurrected—Christ will reign over all the earth.
1 John 1: The Saints gain fellowship with God by obedience—We must confess our sins to gain forgiveness. 1 John 2: Christ is our Advocate with the Father—We know God by obedience—Love not the world—Anti-Christs will come in the last days. 1 John 3: The sons of God will become like Christ—Love for others is required to gain eternal life—Obedience ensures us an answer to our prayers. 1 John 4: Try the spirits—God is love and dwells in those who love Him. 1 John 5: Saints are born of God through belief in Christ—Water, blood, and the Spirit testify of Christ—Belief in Christ is required in order to gain eternal life. 2 John: John rejoices because the children of the elect lady are true and faithful. 3 John: John commends Gaius for his help to those who love the truth. Jude: Contend for the faith—Some angels kept not their first estate—Michael disputed about the body of Moses—Enoch prophesied of the Second Coming—Mockers will come in the last days.
1 Peter 1: The trial of our faith precedes salvation—Christ was foreordained to be the Redeemer. 1 Peter 2: Converts are newborn babes in Christ—He is the chief cornerstone—Saints hold a royal priesthood and are a peculiar people—Saints are in subjection to the laws of man. 1 Peter 3: Husbands and wives should honor each other—Saints should live by gospel standards—Christ preached to the spirits in prison. 1 Peter 4: Peter explains why the gospel is preached to the dead—Saints should speak as the oracles of God—The righteous will be tried and tested in all things. 1 Peter 5: The elders are to feed the flock of God—Humility and godly graces lead to perfection. 2 Peter 1: Peter urges the Saints to make their calling and election sure—Prophecy comes by the power of the Holy Ghost. 2 Peter 2: False teachers among the Saints are damned—Lustful Saints will perish in their own corruption. 2 Peter 3: Some in the latter days will doubt the Second Coming—The elements will melt at the coming of the Lord.
James 1: If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God—Resist temptation—Be doers of the word—James explains how to recognize pure religion. James 2: God has chosen the poor of this world who are rich in faith—Salvation is gained by keeping the whole law—Faith without works is dead. James 3: By governing the tongue, we gain perfection—Heavenly wisdom is pure, peaceable, and full of mercy. James 4: Wars are born of lusts—The friends of the world are the enemies of God—Sin is failure to walk in the light we have received. James 5: Misery awaits the wanton rich—Await the Lord’s coming with patience—The elders are to anoint and heal the sick.
Hebrews 7: The Melchizedek Priesthood brings exaltation and administers the gospel—It is received with an oath and covenant—The superiority of the Melchizedek Priesthood over the Aaronic Priesthood is explained—Salvation comes through the intercession of Christ. Hebrews 8: Christ offered Himself as a sacrifice for sin—God promised to make a new covenant with Israel. Hebrews 9: The Mosaic ordinances prefigured Christ’s ministry—Christ is the Mediator of the new covenant. Hebrews 10: We are sanctified by the shedding of the blood of Christ—The superiority of His sacrifice is explained—Those who fall from grace through willful sin are damned—The just will live by faith. Hebrews 11: By faith we understand the word and work of God—The faith of the ancients was centered in Christ—By faith, men subdued kingdoms, wrought righteousness, and worked miracles. Hebrews 12: Whom the Lord loves He chastens—God is the Father of spirits—To see God, follow peace and holiness—Exalted Saints belong to the Church of the Firstborn. Hebrews 13: Marriage is honorable—Christ is the same everlastingly—Paul explains how the Saints are to offer acceptable sacrifices.
Hebrews 1: The Son is in the express image of the person of the Father—Christ is the Only Begotten Son and thus above the angels. Hebrews 2: Jesus came to suffer death and save men—He came to make reconciliation for the sins of the people. Hebrews 3: Christ is the Apostle and High Priest of our profession—Jesus, being the Son, is more than a servant—Now is the time and the day of our salvation. Hebrews 4: The gospel was offered to ancient Israel—Saints enter into the rest of the Lord—Though tempted in all points, Jesus was without sin. Hebrews 5: For a man to hold the priesthood, he must be called of God as was Aaron—Christ was a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek—Jesus Christ is the Author of eternal salvation. Hebrews 6: Let us go on to perfection—The sons of perdition crucify Christ anew—God swears with an oath that the faithful will be saved.
1 Timothy 1: Counsel is given to teach true doctrine only—Christ came to save repentant sinners. 1 Timothy 2: We should pray for all people—Christ is our Mediator—Women should dress modestly—Women are blessed in childbearing and are admonished to continue in faith, charity, and holiness. 1 Timothy 3: Qualifications are given for bishops and deacons—Great is the mystery of godliness. 1 Timothy 4: Paul describes the latter-day apostasy—Christ is the Savior of all men, especially of those who believe. 1 Timothy 5: Saints are to care for their worthy poor—Policies concerning elders are given. 1 Timothy 6: The love of money is the root of all evil—Fight the good fight of faith—Do not trust in worldly riches. 2 Timothy 1: Christ brings immortality and eternal life through the gospel—Be strong in the faith. 2 Timothy 2: Christ gives eternal glory to the elect—Shun contention and seek godliness. 2 Timothy 3: Paul describes the apostasy and perilous times of the last days—The scriptures guide man to salvation. 2 Timothy 4: Paul gives a solemn charge to preach the gospel in a day of apostasy—Paul and all Saints are assured of exaltation. Titus 1: Eternal life was promised before the world began—The qualifications of bishops are given—Unto the pure, all things are pure. Titus 2: Saints should live righteously, deny ungodliness, and seek the Lord. Titus 3: Saints must live righteously after baptism. Philemon: The gospel changes a servant into a brother.
1 Thessalonians 1: The gospel comes both in word and in power. 1 Thessalonians 2: True ministers preach in a godly manner—Converts are the glory and joy of missionaries. 1 Thessalonians 3: The Saints are told to perfect that which is lacking in their faith. 1 Thessalonians 4: The Saints are told to be holy, sanctify themselves, and love one another—The Lord will come, and the dead will rise. 1 Thessalonians 5: The Saints will know the season of the Second Coming of Christ—Live the way Saints should live—Rejoice evermore—Do not despise prophesyings. 2 Thessalonians 1: At His Second Coming, the Lord Jesus will take vengeance upon the ungodly. 2 Thessalonians 2: Apostasy is to precede the Second Coming—The gospel prepares men for eternal glory. 2 Thessalonians 3: Pray for the triumph of the gospel cause—Paul preaches the gospel of work—Be not weary in well-doing.