Bible Book Introduction Videos
Basic facts about each book of the Bible.
Genesis gives us important information about mankind’s origin as well as the origin of suffering and death.
God delivered the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and made them a nation dedicated to him.
See how Leviticus describes God’s holiness and why being holy ourselves is so important.
See how vital it is to obey Jehovah and respect those appointed to take the lead among his people.
See how Jehovah’s Law to Israel reflected his deep love for his people.
See how the Israelites conquer and apportion their God-given land.
This action-packed book is named after courageous men of faith whom God used to deliver Israel from oppressors.
Ruth is about the self-sacrificing love of a young widow for her widowed mother-in-law and how Jehovah rewarded them both.
See how Israel’s history moves from the period of the Judges to the era of rule by kings.
See how David’s humility and faith made him one of the most beloved and well-known Bible characters.
Follow Israel through its days of glory and prosperity under King Solomon into the turbulent era of the two kingdoms of Israel and Judah.
See how apostasy blights the northern kingdom of Israel, while Jehovah blesses the few who serve him with a complete heart.
Follow the ancestry and the exciting life of God-fearing King David from his enthronement as king of Israel to his death.
Jehovah keeps his promises to free his people from exile in Babylon and to restore true worship in Jerusalem.
The Bible book of Nehemiah provides valuable lessons for all true worshippers today.
The dramatic events of Esther’s day will strengthen your faith in Jehovah God’s ability to deliver his people out of trials today.
All those who love Jehovah will be tested. The account of Job gives us confidence that we can maintain our integrity and uphold Jehovah’s sovereignty.
The Psalms support Jehovah’s sovereignty, help and comfort those who love him, and show how the world will change by means of his Kingdom.
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King Solomon highlights the things that really matter in life and contrasts them with the things that conflict with godly wisdom.
The unfailing love of the Shulammite girl for a shepherd boy is described as “the flame of Jah.” Why?
Isaiah is a book of unerring prophecy that can strengthen your confidence in Jehovah as the Fulfiller of promises and the God of our salvation.
Jeremiah faithfully stuck to his assignment as a prophet despite hardship. Think about what his example can mean for Christians today.
Written by the prophet Jeremiah, the book expresses grief over Jerusalem’s destruction and shows how repentance leads to divine mercy.
Ezekiel humbly and courageously carried out any God-given assignment, no matter how difficult. His example is invaluable to us today.
Daniel and his companions remained faithful to Jehovah under all circumstances. Their example along with the fulfillment of prophecy can benefit us now, in the time of the end.
Hosea’s prophecy contains vital lessons for us today regarding Jehovah’s mercy toward repentant wrongdoers and the type of worship he requires.
Joel prophesied about the approaching “day of Jehovah” and identified the key to survival. His prophecy takes on greater urgency today.
Jehovah used this humble man for an important work. What valuable lessons can we learn from the example of Amos?
It is the shortest book in the Hebrew Scriptures. The prophecy offers hope and promises the vindication of Jehovah’s kingship.
The prophet accepted correction, fulfilled his assignment, and was taught a vital lesson about God’s loyal love and mercy. His experiences will speak to your heart.
This divinely inspired prophecy can strengthen our confidence that Jehovah asks of us only what is reasonable and beneficial.
The prophecy gives us confidence that Jehovah always fulfills his word and that he provides comfort for all who seek peace and salvation under his Kingdom.
We can have confidence that Jehovah always knows the best time and the best way to save his people.
Why should we guard against thinking that Jehovah’s day of judgment will not arrive?
The prophecy highlights the importance of putting God’s worship ahead of personal interests.
Numerous inspired visions and prophecies strengthened God’s people in the past. These same prophecies continue to assure us of Jehovah’s support today.
It is a prophecy about Jehovah’s unchanging principles, mercy, and love. The prophecy also provides vital lessons to situations in our day.
Enjoy learning basic facts about this Bible book, the first of the four Gospels.
The shortest of the Gospels, Mark’s account provides a glimpse of Jesus’ future rulership as King of God’s Kingdom.
What information does the Gospel of Luke contain that is unique?
John’s account highlights Jesus’ love for mankind, his example of humility, and his identity as the Messiah—the future King of God’s Kingdom.
Early Christians worked hard to make disciples of people of all nations. The Bible book of Acts can increase your zeal and enthusiasm for the ministry.
Inspired direction regarding Jehovah’s impartiality and the importance of exercising faith in Jesus Christ.
Paul’s letter includes inspired counsel about unity, moral cleanness, love, and belief in the resurrection.
Jehovah, “the God of all comfort,” strengthens and sustains his servants.
Paul’s letter to the Galatians is just as applicable today as it was when first written. It can help all true Christians remain faithful.
This inspired letter highlights God’s purpose to bring about peace and unity through Jesus Christ.
When we are steadfast under trial, we can encourage others to stand firm.
We can please Jehovah by applying what we learn, by forgiving one another freely, and by recognizing Jesus’ position and authority.
We need to stay awake spiritually, “make sure of all things,” “pray constantly,” and encourage one another.
Paul corrects an erroneous viewpoint about the arrival of Jehovah’s day, and he encourages the brothers to stand firm in the faith.
Paul wrote 1 Timothy to set out organizational procedures in the congregation and to warn against false teachings and the love of money.
Paul encourages Timothy to accomplish his ministry fully.
Paul’s letter to Titus addresses problems in the Cretan congregations and sets out the spiritual qualifications for elders.
This short but powerful letter has practical lessons about humility, kindness, and forgiveness.
Christian worship is based on much greater things than physical temples and animal sacrifices.
James uses vivid word pictures to teach important Christian principles.
Peter’s first letter encourages us to be active and to throw all our anxieties on God.
Peter’s second letter encourages us to be faithful as we await the new heavens and new earth.
John’s letter warns us against antichrists and helps us to see what we should and should not love.
John’s second letter reminds us to keep walking in the truth and to guard against deceivers.
John’s third letter teaches a beautiful lesson in Christian hospitality.
Jude exposes the devious ways of those who try to deceive and corrupt Christians.
The dramatic visions in Revelation indicate how God’s Kingdom will fulfill God’s purpose for mankind and the earth.