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Please listen to Nathan's Bible teachings
Listen online to a number of Nathan's Bible teachings, as he teaches chapter by chapter through the Bible. Almost all of the teachings are 5-minutes in length, which is perfect for a quick devotion on the fly. In the fast-paced world that we live in today, these messages are designed to "feast-n-go."

* Please Note *
The books that contain highlighted links have Biblical teaching associated with them. Nathan desires to teach chronologically through the Old and New Testaments, starting in Genesis and Matthew.

Topical Teachings done by Nathan Pietsch.
Topical preaching is centered on a topic or theme. Such a sermon is organized around a thought, with the sermon points developed by the speaker and supported by proof texts. You will find topical teachings by Nathan below.

1. Radio Interview (HOET)
2. Revive Us Series
Overview of the Old Testament
The Old Testament contains 39 books and 929 total chapters. The Old Testament is the foundation for the New Testament revelations. This was the Bible of both Jesus and the apostles. The Old Testament subject matter is broken up into four major components. These components include the: Pentateuch or Torah (Genesis–Deuteronomy), Historical Books (Joshua–Esther), Poetical and Wisdom Books (Job–Song of Solomon), and the Prophets (Isaiah–Malachi).
The books of the Pentateuch or Torah
The Pentateuch, in Greek or Torah, in Hebrew, consists of five books all written by Moses. The Pentateuch is very important because it records the origin of the universe and planet earth, the life of earth's early inhabitants, the fall of man, and the growth of human civilization. There is also a special emphasis on Israel, because this is the nation in which Jesus Christ, the Redeemer of the world would come through.

1. Genesis 2. Exodus 3. Leviticus
4. Numbers 5. Deuteronomy
The Historical Books
The historical books trace approximately 1000 years of Jewish history, from the 15th to the 5th century B.C.

1. Joshua 2. Judges 3. Ruth
4. 1 Samuel 5. 2 Samuel 6. 1 Kings
7. 2 Kings 8. 1 Chronicles 9. 2 Chronicles
10. Ezra 11. Nehemiah 12. Esther
The Poetical and Wisdom Books
The poetical and wisdom books have to do with the human heart. The beauty and universal appeal of these books have given challenge, instruction, and comfort to people throughout the ages.

1. Job 2. Psalms 3. Proverbs
4. Ecclesiastes 5. Song of Solomon
The books written by the Prophets
The prophetic books contain the collected messages and writings of the men called specifically to act as God's spokesmen. Often times their messages were of condemnation and correction for Israel. However, God also brings great comfort through these writings, and anticipation of the Messiah.

1. Isaiah 2. Jeremiah 3. Lamentations
4. Ezekiel 5. Daniel 6. Hosea
7. Joel 8. Amos 9. Obadiah
10. Jonah 11. Micah 12. Nahum
13. Habakkuk 14. Zephaniah 15. Haggai
16. Zechariah 17. Malachi
Overview of the New Testament
The term "testament" means "a covenant" or "a contract". During Jesus' last Passover meal with His disciples, Jesus referred to His death as issuing in the New Covenant between God and man. This is found in Luke 22:20. The New Covenant would be based on grace and truth, whereas the Old Covenant given to Moses was that of law (John 1:17). The New Covenant placed God's law within people, would provide greater intimacy with God, and would provide forgiveness for people's sins. The New Testament also promises the gift of the Holy Spirit to empower the believer.

The New Testament conists of 27 books and 260 chapters.

The Books of the Gospels
The word gospel means, "good news." The four gospels describe the birth, life, ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

1. Matthew 2. Mark 3. Luke 4. John
The Acts of the Apostles
The book of Acts describes the releasing of the Holy Spirit, the start of the church, and many ministry events performed by Peter, Paul, and their correspondents.

1. Acts
The letters Paul wrote
The apostle Paul was one of the greatest Christian missionaries that ever lived. On Paul's journeys, he wrote a number of letters to the churches he founded, their leaders, and his helpers. These 13 letters have become known as, the letters of Paul.

1. Romans 2. 1 Corinthians 3. 2 Corinthians
4. Galatians 5. Ephesians 6. Philippians
7. Colossians 8. 1 Thessalonians 9. 2 Thessalonians
10. 1 Timothy 11. 2 Timothy 12. Titus
13. Philemon
The General Epistles
The general epistles are books that take on the form of letters. They are termed "general," because their intended audience appears to be Christians in general rather than individual persons or congregations as is the case with the letters Paul penned.

1. Hebrews 2. James 3. 1 Peter
4. 2 Peter 5. 1 John 6. 2 John
7. 3 John 8. Jude
The Revelation of Jesus Christ
The book of Revelation is the revelation or "unveiling" of Jesus Christ. (Rev. 1:1). In this book, Jesus and His eternal program are fully revealed. It is a very prophetic book, that gives great detail and insight into the "end times."

1. Revelation

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