The letters at the end of the New Testament are difficult to pinpoint within the narrative of the book of Acts but their placement at the end of the Scriptures highlight the challenge of staying true to Jesus the King and they remind us that though the story of those who follow Jesus won\’t always be a pleasant one, the journey will be worth it in the end.
(Hebrews, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, Jude)
The story and message of the New Testament is a beautiful manifesto composed by the wise and benevolent King Jesus. The N.T. is composed of 27 different books written by various authors about a number of subjects ranging over a period of nearly a century. Putting together the pieces of this literary puzzle can be intimidating at first, but seeing how these divinely inspired documents fit as parts of a cohesive whole helps us understand and appreciate their weight and beauty.