A, B, C, D … Z. Alphabetical order is one of the easiest methods to organize a list. The same goes for this list of the Books of The Bible (with Genesis to Revelation).
Have you ever wanted to know what books are in the Bible? Of course you have! This is a very common question for both religious individuals as well as people who just enjoy studying religion. Studying the Bible can be a great way to give you peace and comfort in your life.
Below is a list of the bible chapters in alphabetical order:
Books of The Bible in Alphabetical Order
Acts of the Apostles
- A few days after Christ’s resurrection, He appeared to the apostles (Acts 1:4-8).
- The ascension of Christ into heaven takes place (Acts 1:9-11).
- A new apostle is appointed to replace Judas as the 12th Apostle (Acts 1:15-26).
- As the Holy Spirit comes upon the apostles, he appears in the form of tongues of fire (Acts 2:1-4).
- As the apostles speak in tongues, the church is astonished (Acts 2:5-13).
- A lame man is healed by Peter (Acts 3:1-10).
- First Christian martyr Stephen is stoned to death (Acts 6:8-15, 7:54-60).
- Christians are persecuted by Saul in Acts 8:1-3).
- On the road to Damascus, Saul meets Christ (Acts 9:1-19).
- When Saul fled Damascus, he escaped in a basket (Acts 9:23-25).
- A woman named Dorcas (Tabitha) is raised from the dead (Acts 9:36-43).
- James the Apostle is executed by Herod Agrippa I (Acts 12:1-2).
- Peter is rescued from prison by an angel (Acts 12:3-10).
- – Cyprus, Antioch, Iconium and Lystra, Saul’s first missionary trip. In time, Saul is referred to as the Apostle Paul. (12:2 – 14:28)
- At the Council of Jerusalem, Paul and Peter discuss whether Gentile Christians should observe Jewish law (Acts 15:1-20).
- First Letter of Paul to Thessalonians – earliest New Testament letter.
- Galatians Letter by Paul.
- The second missionary journey of Paul to Philippi, Thessalonica, Beroea, Athens and Corinth (15:36 – 18:22)
- The third missionary journey of Paul – Galatia, Phrygia, Ephesus, Macedonia, Troas, Miletus, Tyre, and Caesarea (18:23 – 21:14)
- Nero, who is just 16 years old, becomes the Emperor of the Roman Empire at the age of 16.
- While Paul was preaching, Eutychus fell asleep and fell out of a window while he was preaching (Acts 20:9-12).
- The First and Second Letters of Paul to the Corinthians are written by Paul.
- A letter to the Romans is written by Paul.
- In Jerusalem, Paul is arrested by the authorities (Acts 21:27-36).
- The Apostle Paul is taken to Rome for trial, but on the way he is shipwrecked (27:1 – 28:16).
- The emperor Nero orders that Peter and Paul be executed together.
- A Jewish revolt is being suppressed by the Roman Army by attacking Jerusalem. As a result, the city and the temple are destroyed.
- Amos’s Oracle against the nations (Amos 1:3–2:6)
- There is an Oracle concerning prophecy (Amos 3:3-8)
- A few addresses to Israeli groups
- The women of Samaria (Amos 4:1–3)
- The rich people of Samaria (Amos 6:1–7)
- The rich people of Jerusalem (Amos 8:4–8)
- Amos’ visions of God’s judgment on Israel are interrupted by a confrontation with his listeners at Bethel (Amos 7:10–17):
- The locusts (7:1–3)
- The fire (7:4–6)
- A plumb line (7:7–9)
- A basket of fruit (8:1–3)
- God beside the altar (9:1–8a)
- The Epilogue (Amos 9:8b–15)
- A letter to the people of Jerusalem (1:1–3:8)
- A Brief History of the Time (1:1–9)
- The confession of guilt (1:10–2:10)
- The Prayer of Deliverance (2:11–3:8)
- Wise words of praise (3:9–4:4)
- The value of wisdom (3:9–23)
- Wisdom that is inaccessible (3:24–36)
- Wisdom found in the Law (3:37–4:4)
- The Poem of Consolation by Baruch (4:5–5:9)
- Baruch speaks to the diaspora (4:5–9a)
- The Address of Jerusalem to its Neighbors (4:9b–16)
- Diaspora Addressed by Jerusalem (4:17–29)
- Jerusalem is addressed by Baruch (4:30–5:9)
- A letter from Jeremiah (6:1–72)
- 1 Chronicles
- 2 Chronicles
- 1 Corinthians
- 2 Corinthians
- 1 John
- 2 John
- 3 John
- 1 Kings
- 2 Kings
- 1 Maccabees
- 2 Maccabees
- 1 Peter
- 2 Peter
- 1 Samuel
- 2 Samuel
- Song of Songs
- 1 Thessalonians
- 2 Thessalonians
- 1 Timothy
- 2 Timothy
How Can the Bible Be Arranged?
There are many ways to arrange the Bible to fit your needs.
You can organize it by book, chapter and verse. This method is great for people who want to read the Bible as a whole, or for those who want to find specific passages quickly.
You can also organize it by date: Old Testament, New Testament, and Apocrypha (if you’re a Catholic). This is a good way to see what has changed between the old and new testaments, as well as when they were written.
You can also organize it by subject matter or theme: love, family, faith etc. This is a good way if you’re looking for inspiration or guidance on a particular area of y
If you’re looking for a new way to organize the Bible, here are some suggestions.
Order by book of the Bible. If you’re looking for a particular book, this is probably the easiest way to go. You can find all the books in order as they appear in the Bible.
Order by date of publication. This will place the most recent books first and oldest at the end of your list.
Order by length of book. This will place shorter books at one end and longer ones at another end.
Order by number of verses per page. If you want to see how many verses are in each book without having to count them yourself, this is an easy way to do it!
The bible can be arranged in many ways, but the most common (and the one I use) is to arrange it by books. The books are divided into two sections: the Old Testament and the New Testament.
The Old Testament contains 39 books that were written before Jesus was born. These books provide an account of God’s relationship with his people throughout history.
The New Testament contains 27 books that were written after Jesus’ birth. These books tell us more about His life, death and resurrection, as well as how we can follow Him today.
This list has the Old Testament and New Testament books of the Bible in alphabetical order. It’s a great list to know if you are looking for a specific book of the Bible, perhaps for devotion or research. Whether you’re scanning to find one particular book or looking to find an order from Genesis to Revelation in your favorite translation, this list is for you.