Year Two

The Biblical Path of Life: Year Two

The Biblical Path of Life is a basic outline to read through the Bible in somewhat of a chronological order, understanding that the entirety is about Jesus. Because of the uncertainty in the world today, Year Two and Year Three are not available in published form as of yet. Year Two is in the process of publication. Because of the many who have already purchased the first year, and the desire to continue this study, I am going to post lessons online for anyone who wishes to maintain this study through the Bible. It will not be in quite as fancy of a format as the first four quarters, but the substance and scripture references are all there. (Keep in mind that it is copyrighted in order to protect the integrity of this study.) In addition, I am making available the questions that follow each lesson. For those who teach this to children, I have provided some children’s worksheet ideas and a few ideas for simple crafts to help students remember what they are learning. It is usually easy to find coloring sheets to go along with lessons if you desire them.

I personally have taught this three-year program through twice to children ages six through eight. I am now teaching an adult class, and we are into year three for the second time through this three-year program. Not only do I hear many comments on how much my students learn, but more importantly I continue to learn and grow each time I take time to study God’s Word as I prepare to teach.

Thank you to those who have taken the time to use this study to help you better understand that the entirety of the Bible is written to reveal Jesus. Not only does God’s Word reveal Jesus, but it also exposes each person’s need for the Saviour, Jesus.

But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen.” (2 Peter 3:18)

When you click on a lesson below, you will find a summary of the lesson. The lesson in full is located in a link at the bottom of the page along with the other options listed. I will add one or two lessons each week.

Year Two Quarter One

  1. Lesson 1: 1 Kings 12-15: Rehoboam, Jeroboam, and Divided Kingdom
  2. Lesson 2: 1 Kings 16:29-22:53: Ahab and Elijah
  3. Lesson 3: 2 Kings 1-2: Elijah and Elisha
  4. Lesson 4: 2 Kings 3 – 9:10: Elisha
  5. Lesson 5: 2 Kings 9:11 – 13:9: Jehu – Jehoahaz
  6. Lesson 6: Jonah: The Reluctant Prophet
  7. Lesson 7: Amos: The Prophet from the Country
  8. Lesson 8: 2 Kings 13:9 – 15:15: Jehoash – Shallum: Wickedness Punished
  9. Lesson 9: Hosea: God’s Enduring Love
  10. Lesson 10: 2 Kings 15:14-31; and 16-17: Shallum – Hoshea
  11. Lesson 11: Nahum: Nineveh’s Destruction Foretold
  12. Lesson 12: Obadiah: Edomite’s Destruction Foretold
  13. Lesson 13: Jesus in the Old Testament: Why Israel Needed Jesus

Y2Q1 – The Kings and Their Prophets Chart

Year Two Quarter Two

  1. Lesson 1: 1 Chronicles 1-2: Adam – The Genealogy of Judah
  2. Lesson 2: 1 Chronicles 3-10: The Beginnings of the Kings – Saul
  3. Lesson 3: 1 Chronicles 11-20: David Becomes King
  4. Lesson 4: 1 Chronicles 21-29: David
  5. Lesson 5: 2 Chronicles 1-9: Solomon and the Temple
  6. Lesson 6: 1 Kings 12:1 – 15:24; 2 Chronicles 10-16: Rehoboam, Abijam (Abijah), and Asa
  7. Lesson 7: 1 Kings 22; 2 Kings 3; 2 Chronicles 17-20: Jehoshaphat
  8. Lesson 8: 2 Kings 8:16 – 9; 2 Chronicles 21 – 22:9: Jehoram (Joram) and Ahaziah
  9. Lesson 9: 2 Kings 11-12; 2 Chronicles 22:10 – 24: Athaliah and Jehoash (Joash)
  10. Lesson 10: Joel: A Message in a Plague of Locusts
  11. Lesson 11: 2 Kings 14-16; 2 Chronicles 25-28: Amaziah, Uzziah (Azariah), Jotham, and Ahaz

Year Two Quarter Three

  1. Lesson 1: Isaiah: The Lord Saves
  2. Lesson 2: Isaiah 1-39: The Law and Judgment
  3. Lesson 3: Isaiah 40-66: Grace and Salvation
  4. Lesson 4: Micah: Hear God’s Words
  5. Lesson 5: 2 Kings 21; 2 Chronicles 33: Manasseh – Amon
  6. Lesson 6: Zephaniah: God’s Judgment and Mercy
  7. Lesson 7: Habakkuk: He Asked God Why and Was Answered
  8. Lesson 8: 2 Kings 22 – 23:30; 2 Chronicles 34-35: Josiah
  9. Lesson 9: 2 Kings 23:31 – 25;  2 Chronicles 36: Jehoahaz, Jehoiakim, Jehoiachin, and Zedekiah
  10. Lesson 10: Jeremiah, God’s Prophet
  11. Lesson 11: Jeremiah, God’s Suffering Servant
  12. Lesson 12: Lamentations
  13. Lesson 13: Jesus in the Old Testament: Jesus and the Cross

Y2Q4 – The Captivity and the Return of the Remnant Chart

Year Two Quarter Four

  1. Lesson 1: Ezekiel 1-32: Judah’s Fall
  2. Lesson 2: Ezekiel 33-48: Judah’s Future
  3. Lesson 3: Daniel 1-4: Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon
  4. Lesson 4: Daniel 5-12: Daniel, God’s Man
  5. Lesson 5: Ezra 1-5 and Haggai: Zerubbabel Begins Rebuilding the Temple
  6. Lesson 6: Zechariah and Ezra 6: God’s Plans for the Future and the Temple Completed
  7. Lesson 7: Esther: A Woman who Saved her People
  8. Lesson 8: Ezra 7-10: Ezra Restores the Relationship
  9. Lesson 9: Nehemiah 1-6: Rebuilding the Walls
  10. Lesson 10: Nehemiah 7-13: Instructions for the People
  11. Lesson 11: Malachi: The Last Warning
  12. Lesson 12: Jesus in the Old Testament: The Promised One and His Messenger