Genesis 8 - Noah and family leave the Ark.
Romans 8 - Life in the Spirit means there's no condemnation. We are, or will be, joint heirs with Christ. Nothing can separate us from the Love of Jesus Christ and for us, because we are called by God, all things work together for good (or God works all things together for good).
2 Thessalonians 3 - If a man doesn't work, he shouldn't eat. And if a man is a busy body, instead of busy at work, and disobeys other commands in this letter, and he claims to be a believer, we as Christians should have nothing do with him. The goal of this is to bring shame to the man, and hopefully repentance.
Job 8 - Bildad says some stuff to Job. Again, for some reason, I'm not really understanding what he's talking about. The notes say he's telling Job to repent.
Psalms 8 - God is glorious and marvelous. He shouldn't regard mankind, or rather it would be understood if He didn't, but He does. He made us a little lower than the angles and gives us dominion over the earth.
Proverbs 8 - (v. 13) The fear of the Lord is hatred of evil…, (v.36) "… all who hate me, love death" This isn't saying all who hate God love death, but it seems to be saying all who hate wisdom. (see v.12)
Joshua 8 - God devised a plan for Joshua against the city Ai. They tricked them by some of the men going to the front of the city, but 30,000 men hid behind the city, then they overtook the city and burned it. That's a really good plan.
Isaiah 8 - Great baby name idea: Maher-shalal-hash-baz. Just kidding. I don't really know what this chapter is talking about.
Acts 8 - Saul was a hater of the Christian church. (v. 5) says that Phillip went down to the city of Samaria and proclaimed to them Christ. Unlike what some churches teach, (v. 5) Phillip didn't go down and build relationships with people, earn the right to share the gospel with them, and then wait for them to invite him to speak of spiritual things… (v. 27, 35) another example of Phillip not building a relationship before speaking of spiritual things.