Every chapter of the Bible in 140 characters or less.
I summarised the Bible on Twitter between Aug 2010 and Nov 2013 - one tweet per chapter, one chapter per day.
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1Chr1: Adam, Seth, Noah, Shem, Eber, Abraham; Abraham's sons were Isaac and Ishmael; Isaac's sons were Esau and Israel. Kings ruled in Edom.
1Chr2: Judah's line led to Obed, Jesse and David. Caleb was son of Hezron; Jerahmeel was firstborn of Hezron. Caleb's line were the Kenites.
1Chr3: David had six sons at Hebron, four by Bathshua and nine others. Solomon's line led to Jeconiah, and then to the sons of Elioenai.
1Chr4: Reaiah's sons were the Zorathites; God blessed Jabez; Shelah's sons worked for the king. Simeon's line went to Gedor to seek pasture.
1Chr5: Reuben lost his birthright; his sons lived in Gilead. The sons of Gad and the sons of Manasseh lived in Bashan until the captivity.
1Chr6: Levi's sons were Gershon, Kohath and Merari. The musicians were Heman and Asaph. Aaron's sons made offerings. They were given cities.
1Chr7: Issachar's sons were 87,000. Benjamin's sons were Bela, Beker and Jediael. Ephraim's line led to Joshua. Asher's sons were 26,000.
1Chr8: Benjamin was father of Bela, Ashbel, Aharah, Nohah and Rapha; Ner's line was Kish, Saul, Jonathan; the sons of Ulam were mighty men.
1Chr9: Jerusalem was resettled by Judah, Benjamin, Ephraim and Manasseh; there were priests and Levite gatekeepers. Kish was father of Saul.
1Chr10: The Philistines fought Israel and Saul fell on his sword. The Israelites fled. Saul died for his unfaithfulness against the LORD.
1Chr11: The elders anointed David king. David's mighty men included the three who brought him water from Bethlehem. Abishai led the thirty.
1Chr12: Benjaminites and Gadites went over to David at Ziklag. David made them officers. People kept coming until there was a great army.
1Chr13: David said, "Let us bring the ark back." As they carried the ark Uzzah steadied it and was struck down. David took it to Obed-edom.
1Chr14: David had more children. The Philistines attacked; David inquired of God and when he heard marching in the trees he defeated them.
1Chr15: David told the Levites to carry the ark. Heman, Asaph and Ethan were the musicians. The ark was brought into the city of David.
1Chr16: They made offerings and David appointed singers. "Give thanks to the LORD; He is greatly to be praised!" Asaph ministered each day.
1Chr17: The LORD said to Nathan, "Tell David: I will establish your house; your son will build my house." David prayed, "Who am I, O LORD?"
1Chr18: David defeated the Philistines, the Moabites, King Hadadezer, the Arameans and the Edomites. He reigned over Israel with justice.
1Chr19: The King of Ammon humiliated David's servants and hired the Arameans for war. Joab defeated them and David defeated King Hadadezer.
1Chr20: Joab besieged Rabbah and David took the plunder. War broke out with the Philistines and David and his men killed the giants.
1Chr21: Satan led David to count the Israelites. God sent a plague and a destroying angel. David bought Ornan's field and made offerings.
1Chr22: David told Solomon: "The LORD has said that you will build his temple. I have provided materials." He ordered the leaders to help.
1Chr23: David made Solomon king over Israel. He organised the Levites into the sons of Gershon, Kohath and Merari to serve in the temple.
1Chr24: The sons of Aaron were priests. David organised the sons of Eleazar and Ithamar by lot. The rest of the Levites also cast lots.
1Chr25: The sons of Asaph, Heman and Jeduthun prophesied with music. 288 were trained in singing to the LORD. They cast lots for duties.
1Chr26: The sons of Obed-edom, Meshelemiah and Hosah were gatekeepers. Ahijah, Zetham, Joel, Shubael and Shelomith oversaw the treasuries.
1Chr27: Divisions of 24,000 men were on duty month by month. There was a chief officer over each tribe. Joab was the commander of the army.
1Chr28: David assembled the leaders and said, "The LORD has chosen Solomon to build his house." He gave Solomon the plans for the temple.
1Chr29: The leaders gave offerings. David prayed, "Yours is the kingdom, O LORD. Of your own have we given you." David died at an old age.