The book of First John was written to a church that was being seduced from within by those who tried to mix worldly philosophy into the faithshows how John defended the truth.
2nd Peter Chapter 2: False teachers will arise. If God did not spare angels then he knows how to punish the unrighteous. They are slaves of corruption.
Second Peter was written to counteract false prophets who were teaching that Jesus was not God in the flesh, and that He would not return. and teaches how to keep following Jesus.
1st Peter Chapter 5: Elders should be examples to the flock. Clothe yourselves with humility. Resist the devil. God will strengthen you. Peace to you all.
1st Peter Chapter 4: Do not live for human desires but for the will of God. The end is near. Love each other deeply. Do not be surprised when trials come.
1st Peter Chapter 3: Wives, submit to your husbands. Husbands, honour your wives. Repay evil with blessing. Christ suffered for sins to bring us to God.
The Psalms were the songbook for worship for the ancient nation of Israel and examines these beautiful expressions of praise, supplication, and worship of God.
1st Peter Chapter 2: You are being built up to be a royal priesthood. Submit to human authority. Live as servants of God. Follow Christ in his suffering.
1st Peter Chapter 1: Peter, to the diaspora. God has given us new birth through Christ. The prophets told of this grace. So be holy in all your conduct.
James Chapter 3: No one can tame the tongue. With it we bless our Father and with it we curse others. The wisdom from above is pure and peace-loving.
James Chapter 2: If you show partiality to the rich you are committing sin. Act as those who are under the law of liberty. Faith without works is dead.
The book of James deals with maturity and practical Christian living by faith and on the wisdom in James for enduring trials, handling temptations, and taming the tongue.
Job Chapter 42
Job 41: "Can you catch Leviathan with a hook? Everything under heaven is mine. His breath sets coals ablaze. He is king over all the proud."
Job 40: Job said, "I have no answer." The LORD said, "Will you condemn me? Behold now, Behemoth, which I made. Can anyone pierce his nose?"
Job 39: "Do you mark when the deer is born? Will the wild ox serve you? Do you give the horse his might? Does the hawk fly by your wisdom?"
Job 38: Then the LORD said, "I will question you. Where were you when I founded the earth? Who enclosed the sea? Can you bind the Pleiades?"
Job37: "God thunders with his voice. By the breath of God, ice is made. Do you know his wondrous works? He is great in power and justice!"
Job36: "I have more to say on God's behalf. He is mighty but does not despise any. Who is a teacher like him? Remember to extol his work!"
Job 35: "Even if you are righteous, what do you give to God? He does not answer because of the pride of evil men. You must wait for him!"