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Also known as the new covenant, in the New Testament we can observe the whole life and work of Jesus made man, from his beginnings, his miracles and death to save mankind from sin. In this article we bring you a complete collection of all the books of the New Testament in PDF format.

This book is written by the apostles of Jesus, being the first ones, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, who narrate in great part all the facts produced by Jesus.

This new covenant offers a change in the laws, since the old law was abolished, allowing any person to have the right to ask for forgiveness of their sins, thus being able to turn to God through Jesus Christ.

The New Testament narrates a great number of important facts such as the coming of Jesus Christ and each and every one of his miracles, among them the blind who could see, those healed of leprosy and much more.

Many people recommend that for the reading of the bible to start first with the New Testament, since this is what is in force and then, if you have any confusion, read the Old Testament.

The New Testament ends in the book of Revelation, in which all the events that will happen before the second coming of Christ are narrated, being one of the most outstanding the arrival of an antichrist before Christ, this character as described in the bible will do amazing miracles and will generate confusion for many.

As we can see, the New Testament is a really interesting book, it has a total of 27 books, which have a unique and important content for each of us.

Below we present all the books of the New Testament in PDF format.

Table of contents – New Testament

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Gospels

The Gospels relate the birth, life and redemptive work of the Lord Jesus Christ when He was here on earth. They are divided into four Gospels, where the authors were Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, being Matthew and John direct disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, who walked with him, and heard his teachings personally.

Each Gospel has a particular narrative, where the way of writing of each author is differentiated. The message is the same, but each one does it with a unique purpose, narrating from his own point of view.

The book Acts of the Apostles is later than the Gospels and was written by Luke, it narrates the history of the early Church, the persecution they received because of the Jews, and also the scope and expansion that the Church had at that time.

#1. Matthew | Source: Public domain
#2. Mark | Source: Public domain
#3. Luke | Source: Public domain
#4. John | Source: Public domain
#5. Acts | Source: Public domain

Letters of Paul

The Letters of Paul, also known as Pauline Epistles, correspond mostly to specific messages of Paul to the Churches that were founded in his missionary journeys and established in Asia, Greece and Rome.

They are distributed in fourteen letters, which are: Letter to the Romans, 1st and 2nd Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, 1st and 2nd Timothy, Titus, Philemon and Hebrews.

The messages found in these letters seek to solve a certain situation that the Church of that time was suffering, and they have the particularity that none of them narrate miracles, but they deal with doctrinal issues corresponding to the Christian Faith. Paul was the author of all these letters, and their content is part of the New Testament, and is the basis for many doctrines of the Church.

#1. Romans | Source: Public domain
#2. 1 Corinthians | Source: Public domain
#3. 2 Corinthians | Source: Public domain
#4. Galatians | Source: Public domain
#5. Ephesians | Source: Public domain
#6. Philippians | Source: Public domain
#7. Colossians | Source: Public domain
#8. 1 Thessalonians | Source: Public domain
#9. 2 Thessalonians | Source: Public domain
#10. 1 Timothy | Source: Public domain
#11. 2 Timothy | Source: Public domain
#12. Titus | Source: Public domain
#13. Philemon | Source: Public domain

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Catholic Epistles

The word catholic means universal/general, therefore, the Catholic Epistles are also known as general epistles. They were written in the first 100 years of the Church, dating from the first century after Christ.

They are letters that were written by the Apostle John, the Apostle Peter, Jude and James. Of these four, only John and Peter were with Christ until the moment of his resurrection and ascension. James and Jude were blood brothers of Christ, but were not with Him in His ministry.

There are seven letters in total: The epistle of James, 1st and 2nd of Peter, 1st, 2nd and 3rd of John, and the epistle of Jude. They are considered general epistles because they are not destined to a specific Church, as Paul’s letters were, but they were of general diffusion in the scattered Church of those times.

#1. James | Source: Public domain
#2. 1 Peter | Source: Public domain
#3. 2 Peter | Source: Public domain
#4. 1 John | Source: Public domain
#5. 2 John | Source: Public domain
#6. 3 John | Source: Public domain
#7. Jude | Source: Public domain

Revelation

Revelation is also called the Apocalypse of John, and the word apocalypse is often used to mark the end of all things, it has always had a catastrophic, mysterious connotation, which involves a certain terror in itself. It is used not only in the biblical realm but in many other spheres. However, the book of Revelation in the Bible has a different connotation and meaning.

The book of Revelation or Revelation to John is the last book of the New Testament, it was written by the Apostle John in his last years of life and contains a message of hope that was read and understood by the early Church.

Within its content we can see specific messages to seven Churches that were established in Asia, and after that, the content of the book changes drastically to an apocalyptic language, full of symbolism and figurative images that contain a hopeful message for the Christian Church.

#1. Apocalypse | Source: Public domain

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