Bible

The Bible

Thus says the Lord:

Jeremiah 6:16
“Stand in the ways and see,

And ask for the old paths, where the good way is,
And walk in it;
Then you will find rest for your souls.
But they said, ‘We will not walk in it.

Here's a handy list of all the books, you can play Genesis, I should be able to get the other books working again soon.

Torah / Old Testament - (see notes on Torah below)

#01. Genesis

#02. Exodus

#03. Leviticus

#04. Numbers

#05. Deuteronomy

#06. Joshua

#07. Judges

#08. Ruth

#09. 1 Samuel

#10. 2 Samuel

#11. 1 Kings

#12. 2 Kings

#13. 1 Chronicles

#14. 2 Chronicles

#15. Ezra

#16. Nehemiah

#17. Esther

#18. Job

#19. Psalms

#20. Proverbs

#21. Ecclesiastes

#22. Song of Solomon

#23. Isaiah

#24. Jeremiah

#25. Lamentations

#26. Ezekiel

#27. Daniel

#28. Hosea

#29. Joel

#30. Amos

#31. Obadiah

#32. Jonah

#33. Micah

#34. Nahum

#35. Habakkuk

#36. Zephaniah

#37. Haggai

#38. Zechariah

#39. Malachi

New Testament

#40. Gospel of Matthew

#41. Gospel of Mark

#42. Gospel of Luke

#43. Gospel of John

#44. Acts

#45. Romans

#46. 1 Corinthians

#47. 2 Corinthians

#48. Galatians

#49. Ephesians

#50. Philippians

#51. Colossians

#52. 1 Thessalonians

#53. 2 Thessalonians

#54. 1 Timothy

#55. 2 Timothy

#56. Titus

#57. Philemon

#58. Hebrews

#59. James

#60. 1 Peter

#61. 2 Peter

#62. 1 John

#63. 2 John

#64. 3 John

#65. Jude

#66. Revelation

Torah (from Wikipedia)

The word "Torah" in Hebrew is derived from the root ירה, which in the hif'il conjugation means 'to guide' or 'to teach' (cf. Lev 10:11). The meaning of the word is therefore "teaching", "doctrine", or "instruction"; the commonly accepted "law" gives a wrong impression. The Alexandrian Jews who translated the Septuagint used the Greek word nomos, meaning norm, standard, doctrine, and later "law". Greek and Latin Bibles then began the custom of calling the Pentateuch (five books of Moses) The Law. Other translational contexts in the English language include customtheoryguidance, or system.

ref - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torah

 

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