Prophets

The Prophets, or Nevi’im (Hebrew), is the second section of the Hebrew Bible. My preferred translations are The Jewish Study Bible by the Jewish Publication Society and Robert Alter’s Ancient Israel.

The Major Prophets

Joshua
Joshua 24.1–15: Make a Choice Final

Judges

Samuel, 1 and 2
1 Samuel 1 and 2: With Heart and Soul    (Audio)
1 Samuel 8; Mark 3.20–35: Power
2 Samuel; Psalm 150: More Than We Can Know, Thank God    (Audio)
2 Samuel 7.1–17: We Have Already Won

Kings, 1 and 2
1 Kings 12.1–17: Listen to Your Elders but Live By the Scandal of the Christ    (Audio)
1 Kings 16, 18, 19; Matthew 9: Jezebel the Insider Outsider
1 Kings 17:1–16: With Raven’s Help
1 Kings 18.20–39: A New Revelation    (Audio)
2 Kings 22.1–10 23.1–3: God’s Unending Story    (Audio)

Isaiah
Isaiah 5.1–7, 11.1–5: The Crop Will Thrive    (Audio)
Isaiah 6.1–8: Dictators and Christ the King    (Audio)
Isaiah 36.1–3, 13–20, 37.1–7, then 2.1–4: Clanging on Metal for Peace    (Video)
Isaiah 40.1–11: Keep Hope for Peace Alive    (Audio)
Isaiah 42.1–9: Light for God’s Servant

Jeremiah
Jeremiah 1.4–10, 7.1–11: What is Salvation?    (Video)

Ezekiel

The Minor Prophets (in length, not stature)

Hosea
Hosea 11.1–9: Only God Could Be So Faithful    (Audio)

Joel
Joel 2.12–13, 28–29: Peace Hangs on One Word    (Audio)

Amos
Amos 6.1a 4–7; Luke 16.19–31: Guns and Stewardship
Amos 7.7–17; Mark 6.14–29: Prophets

Obadiah

Jonah
God is Everywhere
Jonah God Calls Us to Come Out

Micah
Micah 4.1–5; Luke 18.1–8: Children are our Prophetic Hope
Micah 5.2–4, 6.6–8: Do Justice Love Kindness Walk Humbly

Nahum

Habakkuk

Zephaniah

Haggai

Zechariah
Zechariah 9.9–12; Psalm 145.8–14: American Freedom God’s Kin-Dom

Malachi