Spiritual Rants: June 27 “That’s Athaliah, Folks!” Readings to read through the Bible in a year: 2 Kings 10:32-12:21 Acts 18:1-22 Psalm 145:1-21 Proverbs 18:1

Old Testament: 2 Kings 10:32-12:21 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com 2 Kings 10:32-12:21  That’s Athaliah, Folks! Yahweh was cutting off portions of Israel as He allowed Hazael to defeat the Israelites of the northern kingdom.  The Gadites, Reubenites and Manassites were all defeated. Here is the chart again of all the kings of Israel and Judah.   […]

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Spiritual Rants: June 26 “Not Your Normal Jehu” Readings to read through the Bible in a year: 2 Kings 9:14-10:31 Acts 17:1-34 Psalm 144:1-15 Proverbs 17:27-28

Old Testament: 2 Kings 9:14-10:31 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com 2 Kings 9:14-26  Dog-gone! Did you think it was difficult to keep the kings names straight up till now?  Notice here that we have a king named Joram.  He is the same man as Jehoram in the KJV .  This Jehoram/Joram is not the same person as […]

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Choose Life– “Meet The Flockers”– An Uplifting Verse from the OYB reading of the day – December 27

Scripture:  Zechariah 11:17   NASB    “Meet The Fleecers” “Woe to the worthless shepherd Who leaves the flock!  A sword will be on his arm And on his right eye!  His arm will be totally withered And his right eye will be blind.”  Zechariah 11:17   I was called a “hireling” once by one of the local […]

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“Body Builders” – One Year Bible Reading – September 25

Old Testament:  Isaiah 45:11-48:11 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Isaiah 45:11-48:11   Israel Lives! Chap. 45:11-25   Verse 17 says that God is not finished with Israel.  The church is not Israel.  The church never sacrificed cows or birds.  But Israel will continue into eternity according to this verse, “Israel has been saved by the LORD […]

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“Cutting In Line” – One Year Bible Reading – July 5

Old Testament: 1 Chronicles 1-2:17 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com 1 Chronicles 1-2:17  Cutting In Line A genealogy of mankind is given to open the book of Chronicles.  The author, perhaps Ezra, begins with Adam and goes through Abraham, his twelve sons, and David.  What’s interesting is that the rejected lines drop out and only the lines […]

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