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Children Reading the Bible

Children Reading the Bible

The Books of the Bible

The Bible in your Language

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Amazing Bible Facts And Statistics

What are the Books of the Bible?

I. Law

1. The First Book of Moses Called Genesis  50 / 1,533
2. The Second Book of Moses Called Exodus  40 / 1,213
3. The Third Book of Moses Called Leviticus  27 / 859
4. The Fourth Book of Moses Called Numbers  36 / 1,288
5. The Fifth Book of Moses Called Deuteronomy  34 / 959

II. Old Testament Narrative

6. The Book of Joshua 24 / 658
7. The Book of Judges 21 / 618
8. The Book of Ruth 4 / 85
9. The First Book of Samuel 31 / 810
10. The Second Book of Samuel 24 / 695
11. The First Book of Kings 22 / 816
12. The Second Book of Kings 25 / 719
13. The First Book of Chronicles 29 / 942
14. The Second Book of Chronicles 36 / 822
15. The Book of Ezra 10 / 280
16. The Book of Nehemiah 13 / 406
17. The Book of Esther 10 / 167

III. Wisdom Literature

18. The Book of Job 42 / 1,070
19. The Book of Psalms 150 / 2,461
20. The Book of Proverbs 31 / 915
21. The Book of Ecclesiastes 12 / 222
22. The Song of Songs (or Song of Solomon or Canticles) 8 / 117

IV. Major Prophets

23. The Book of Isaiah 66 / 1,292
24. The Book of Jeremiah 52 / 1,364
25. The Book of Lamentations 5 / 154
26. The Book of Ezekiel 48 / 1,273
27. The Book of Daniel 12 / 357

V. Minor Prophets

28. The Book of Hosea 14 / 197
29. The Book of Joel 3 / 73
30. The Book of Amos 9 / 146
31. The Book of Obadiah 1 / 21
32. The Book of Jonah 4 / 48
33. The Book of Micah 7 / 105
34. The Book of Nahum 3 / 47
35. The Book of Habakkuk 3 / 56
36. The Book of Zephaniah 3 / 53
37. The Book of Haggai 2 / 38
38. The Book of Zechariah 14 / 211
39. The Book of Malachi 4 / 55

VI. New Testament Narrative

40. The Gospel According to Matthew 28 / 1,071
41. The Gospel According to Mark 16 / 678
42. The Gospel According to Luke 24 / 1,151
43. The Gospel According to John 21 / 879
44. The Acts of the Apostles 28 / 1,007

VII. Pauline Epistles

45. The Epistle of Paul to the Romans 16 / 433
46. The First Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians 16 / 437
47. The Second Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians 13 / 257
48. The Epistle of Paul to the Galatians 6 / 149
49. The Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians 6 / 155
50. The Epistle of Paul to the Philippians 4 / 104
51. The Epistle of Paul to the Colossians 4 / 95
52. The First Epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians 5 / 89
53. The Second Epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians 3 / 47
54. The First Epistle of Paul to Timothy 6 / 113
55. The Second Epistle of Paul to Timothy 4 / 83
56. The Epistle of Paul to Titus 3 / 46
57. The Epistle of Paul to Philemon 1 / 25

VIII. General Epistles

58. The Epistle to the Hebrews 13 / 303
59. The General Epistle of James 5 / 108
60. The First Epistle of Peter 5 / 105
61. The Second Epistle of Peter 3 / 61
62. The First Epistle of John 5 / 105
63. The Second Epistle of John 1 / 13
64. The Third Epistle of John 1 / 14
65. The Epistle of Jude 1 / 25

IX. Apocalyptic Epistle

66. The Book of Revelation (or The Apocalypse of John) 22 / 404

Total Number of Chapters and Verses 1189 / 31102

1 of 17 Deuterocanonical Apocryphal Books 1 Esdras Chapters 1:1-9:55 Thru 4 Maccabees Chapters 1:1-18:24 

Pre-face to  Deuterocanonical Apocryphal Books

1 Esdras Chapters 1:1-9:55

2 Esdras Chapters 1:1-16:78

Tobit Chapters 1:1-14:15

Judith Chapters 1:1-16:25

Additions to Esther Chapters 10:4-16:24

Wisdom of Solomon Chapters 1:1-19:22

Ecclesiasticus (Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach) Chapters 1:1-51:30

Baruch Chapters 1:1-5:9

Letter of Jeremiah (Baruch 6) Chapter 1:1-72

Prayer of Azariah (Additions to Daniel, The Prayer of Azariah and the Song of the Three Young Men, part of Daniel 3 in the Catholic Bible) Chapter 1:1-68

Susanna (Daniel 13 in the Catholic Bible) Chapter 1:1-64

Bel and the Dragon (Daniel 14 in the Catholic Bible) Chapter 1:1-42

Prayer of Manasseh Chapter 1:1

1 Maccabees Chapters 1:1-16:24

2 Maccabees Chapters 1:1-15:39

3 Maccabees Chapters 1:1-7:23

4 Maccabees Chapters 1:1-18:24

17 books,  Total Number of Chapters, 207

The last 5 Books (The Book of Jasher, The Book of Jubilees and 1 Enoch, 2 Enoch and 3 Enoch, ) that I am adding here are not what you call canonical or appearing in the biblical canon, However they are Genuine works that the Bible refers to, and should be acknowledged as Important Literature. To be read as filling some of the gaps, as our Forefathers did in the Old Testament. Just as many other works are referred to in the Bible, However these are the books that the Lord laid upon my Heart to include, non others.

The basis for these books are included! Read it for yourself!

The Apocryphal Book of Jasher. Also known as, Book of the Upright, the Upright or Correct Record. The Book of Jasher (also, Jashar) or Book of the Just Man (Hebrew sēfer ha yāšār ספר הישר) or (THIS BOOK IS THAT WHICH IS CALLED THE UPRIGHT BOOK.)

Referred to in
Joshua and Second Samuel
Faithfully Translated, FROM THE ORIGINAL HEBREW INTO ENGLISH
91 Chapters
“Is not this written in the Book of Jasher?”–Joshua, x. 13.
“Behold it is written in the Book of Jasher.”–II. Samuel, i. 18

The Book of Jubilees

The Book of Jubilees, The Little Genesis or Apocalypse of Moses.

From “The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament”
50 Chapters

Now last but not least, The best compiled Books of Enoch, On the internet and in their entirety, from the sources that are known. (1 Enoch, 2 Enoch and 3 Enoch)

Enoch was a patriarch taken to Heaven by two angels on God’s orders. He was then transformed into Metatron, a great angel having 365,000 eyes and 36 pairs of wings, and appointed to be the scribe of Heaven. A patriarch of the seventh generation from Adam, Enoch lived 365 years on Earth before translating to Heaven. (Genesis 5:18-24)

The three Enochian manuscripts, otherwise known as the Book of Enoch, are by archaeologists believed to have been written sometime between the 2nd century B.C.E and the 6th century C.E. The Book of Enoch offers the richest angelology known in Christian literature. It is the detailed account of Enoch’s travels in the heavens and hells, and of the angels therein. Although, the Book of Enoch was declared apocryphal by St. Jerome, a father and doctor of the church, on account of the obscurity of its origins and its portrayal of a multi-layered Heaven containing hells populated by fallen angels, it had a great influence on the development of doctrines in the New Testament. After it fell into obscurity for hundreds of years, the Book of Enoch is the subject of persistent scholarly and theological interest today.

The Books of Enoch Storyline:

Enoch, the 7th descendant of Adam and Eve, was of the lineage of long-lived fathers. He was born to Jared, a 162-year-old father who thereafter continued to live another 800 years, while he himself lived 365 years on Earth and 1 year in Heaven. Enoch was “born in righteousness” and was chosen by God to be the witness of the consequences of sin and the rewards of righteousness. He was elevated by two angels into the ten different circles of Heaven to learn their mysteries along with the future of the Earth up to the Judgement Day. He was then brought back to Earth in order to pass on his teachings to his sons and to write his manuscripts. After one year of doing this, he was brought back to Heaven and transformed into Metatron.

The Book of I Enoch

2 Enoch is the second part of the Book of Enoch and is called the Slavonic Apocalypse of Enoch, because it exists only in Slavonic. For this reason some scholars think it was written in the Middle Ages while others insist that the text dates back to the 1st century C.E. 2 Enoch consist of 20 manuscripts of varying length and completeness that cover the life of Enoch up to the time of the Flood. The most interesting texts describe Enoch’s journey to the ten Heavens.

The Book of the Secrets of Enoch

3 Enoch is called the Hebrew Apocalypse of Enoch or the Book of the Palaces (Sefer Hekalot). There is no agreement in scholarly circles as to whether 3 Enoch was written in the 5th century C.E. or as late as the 15th century, but it is without doubt the most complex of the three works. 3 Enoch describes the journey of Rabbi Ishmael (Not Abraham’s son) to the throne of God and the revelations made to him on the way by the angel Metatron (Enoch).

3 Enoch has four chapters. The first chapter tells Rabbi Ishmael’s ascension through the heavens and his participation in the Qedussah. The second chapter tells that Rabbi Ishmael is Enoch and describes his translation. The third chapter gives an elaborate account of the hierarchies of angels, the activities of the heavenly court of law, and the performance of the angelic devotional song, the Qedussah. The fourth chapter is a tour of Heaven.

Hebrew Apocalypse of Enoch or the Book of the Palaces

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14 responses to “KJV Bible

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  2. Dabar

    Abram is c. 2100
    Isaac is c. 2000
    Jacob is c. 1960
    Moses is c. 1500
    You can extrapolate from there!

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