The New Testament has 27 books, beginning with the Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. These are four accounts of who Jesus was, the words He said, the miracles He did, all written by people who knew Him personally. Then there is a historical book: The Book of Acts, which provides an overview of the Early Church and how God moved through the disciples in supernatural ways. Followed by many letters written by Church leaders to believers in the first century, but speak clearly to followers of Jesus today. This overview unpacks how the Bible flows from Old to New, in a seamless tapestry of profound insight, wisdom and power.