Bible Class Books On The Old Testament

Major Prophets

Introduction To The Prophets

Prophecy And The Prophets, by Gene Taylor. This a 26 lesson study which examines the prophetic office, those who filled it, and its role among God's people. It includes introductory surveys on all the books of both the major and minor prophets along with lessons on the non-writing prophets and prophecy in the New Testament (PDF file size 744k).


Bible Class Book On Isaiah, by David Padfield. Outline of the book with questions for each section. 22 pages (PDF file size: 124k).

Isaiah (Vol. 1), by Jeff Asher. A study of the prophecy of Isaiah, the son of Amoz who prophesied during the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah. This beautiful book that announces the coming Messiah and His eternal kingdom in sixty-six chapters is studied in twenty-six lessons. Emphasis is given to the historical background of the book and the prophetic announcements of the coming Christ, the Lord of Glory (PDF file size: 160k).

Isaiah (Vol. 2), by Jeff Asher (PDF file size: 120k).


Class Book and Commentary On Daniel, by James M. Booth. This 84-page book is both a commentary and workbook on Daniel. It is well researched and contains more background information than you will find in almost any other class book you can find. Even if you are not going to teach the book of Daniel, you will want to download this book just for the background information it provides on the Babylonian, Medo-Persian, Grecian and Roman Empires (PDF File size: 2.4MB)

Studies In Daniel, by Jeff Asher. Daniel was carried away to Babylon when he was just a teenager. Separated from family, friends and brethren in the midst of a heathen land, he purposed not to defile himself and remain sanctified unto the God of his fathers. For more than seventy years Daniel served Jehovah faithfully as a prophet. His is a wonderful message of hope, renewal, restoration and redemption. The life, example and message of the prophet will be studied in thirteen lessons. Special attention is given to the visions of Daniel which announce the coming of the Messiah, His savage and brutal murder and the establishment of the eternal Kingdom of Heaven (PDF file size: 114k).

A Study Of The Book Of Daniel, by Gene Taylor. This class book and study guide contains (1) Descriptive summaries of the Babylonian, Medo-Persian, and Grecian empires; (2) A general introduction to the book; (3) An outline of the book; (4) Summaries of every chapter; and (5) Questions for review and discussion for every chapter (PDF file size 433k).

Supplemental Bible Class Material:


Bible Class Book On Ezekiel (Vol. 1), by Jeff Asher. Covers chapters 1 thru 23 (PDF file size: 624k).

Bible Class Books On Ezekiel (Vol. 2), by Jeff Asher. Covers chapters 24 thru 48 (PDF file size: 444k).