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Jehovah’s Witnesses

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Bible Book Introduction Videos

Basic facts about each book of the Bible.

Introduction to Ezra

Jehovah keeps his promises to free his people from exile in Babylon and to restore true worship in Jerusalem.

Introduction to Nehemiah

The Bible book of Nehemiah provides valuable lessons for all true worshippers today.

Introduction to Esther

The dramatic events of Esther’s day will strengthen your faith in Jehovah God’s ability to deliver his people out of trials today.

Introduction to Job

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.

Introduction to Psalms

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.

Introduction to Proverbs

Get divine guidance for virtually every aspect of your life—from business dealings to family matters.

Introduction to Ecclesiastes

King Solomon highlights the things that really matter in life and contrasts them with the things that conflict with godly wisdom.

Introduction to the Song of Solomon

The unfailing love of the Shulammite girl for a shepherd boy is described as “the flame of Jah.” Why?

Introduction to Isaiah

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.

Introduction to Jeremiah

Jeremiah faithfully stuck to his assignment as a prophet despite hardship. Think about what his example can mean for Christians today.

Introduction to Lamentations

Written by the prophet Jeremiah, the book expresses grief over Jerusalem’s destruction and shows how repentance leads to divine mercy.

Introduction to Ezekiel

Ezekiel humbly and courageously carried out any God-given assignment, no matter how difficult. His example is invaluable to us today.

Introduction to Matthew

Enjoy learning basic facts about this Bible book, the first of the four Gospels.

Introduction to Mark

The shortest of the Gospels, Mark’s account provides a glimpse of Jesus’ future rulership as King of God’s Kingdom.

Introduction to Luke

What information does the Gospel of Luke contain that is unique?