“An Early 9 -11 Disaster” – One Year Bible Reading – April 9

Old Testament:  Deuteronomy 33:1-29 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Dt.  33: 1-29  God Bless you There is a statue in front of our Supreme Court of Moses.  He is the lawgiver as he received it from Yahweh.  The Jewish law is the basis for a lot of our law in the United States.  The BKC […]

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“Sing, Sing A Song ” – One Year Bible Reading – April 7

Old Testament:  Deuteronomy 31:1-32:27 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Dt.  30: 1-30 Be Strong And Courageous Moses delivers his last sermon to the Israelites.  After all, he is 120 years old!  He knows he won’t be crossing over to the Promised Land with the people and is preparing them for the new leadership of Joshua.  Six times […]

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“The Great Swine Dive” – One Year Bible Reading – March 29

Old Testament:  Deuteronomy 11:1-12:32 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Deut.  11:1 – 29  Pass The Milk, Honey Don’t forget these are sermons.  And Moses sure doesn’t mind reminding the people of their histories.  Obviously, they needed reminding.  We all do.  That is the purpose of fellowship and church. He reminds them once again about the […]

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“Hitting Rock Bottom” – One Year Bible Reading – March 25

Old Testament: Deuteronomy 4:1-49 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Deut. 4: 1- 49  Laying Down the Law The old generation was gone.  The new generation was about to enter the Promised Land.  Moses wanted the new generation to know that they were expected to follow the Law the same as the old generation.  The law does […]

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“Are You Joshin’ Me?, Giants of the NBA” – One Year Bible Reading – March 24

Old Testament: Deuteronomy 2:1-3:29 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Deut. 2: 1 -7  Not So Merry-Go-Round Israel went around and around in the wilderness.  On the playground it was called a roundabout or a merry-go-round.  Then why weren’t the Israelites merry?  God had put them on the merry-go-round because of their lack of faith.  They wandered […]

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