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20 June 2017 Bible Reading

One cannot understand the New Testament without understanding the Old Testament. In today’s reading, Paul quotes both Psalm 2:7 and […]

19 June 2017 Bible Study

When Paul and his fellow travelers “set sail from Paphos, and came to Perga in Pamphylia”, they sailed up the […]

13 June 2017 Bible Reading

Ashtoreth, the goddess of the Sidonians was worshipped by women by offering their hair or their chastity. Worship of Chemosh, […]

12 June 2017 Bible Reading

God answers Solomon’s request with a promise and a provision for consequences if Solomon turns away from following God. Did […]

8 June 2017 Bible Reading

Although the Hellinists were also of Hebrew descent, they chose the Greek language and were assimilated into the Greek culture. […]

7 June 2017 Bible Reading

Many Bible stories stress the importance of honesty. The early church was shaken by the deaths of Ananias and Sapphira. […]

6 June 2017 Bible Reading

Christ (Greek) and Messiah (Hebrew) both mean Anointed One. 1 Kings 1:1-53 1 Now king David was old and advanced […]

21 May 2017 Bible Reading

It today’s reading from Proverbs 15, we see a reference to Sheol. It simply means “the place of the dead” […]

22 May 2017 Bible Reading

Today’s Bible reading begins Second Samuel — congratulations on keeping up! 2 Samuel 1-2:11 1 After the death of Saul, […]

23 May 2017 Bible Reading

Today’s reading in Psalm 66 expresses collective praise for God’s deliverance in the past: the Exodus from Egypt and the […]

24 May 2017 Bible Reading

“Daled” and “Gimel” are the third and fourth letters in the Hebrew alphabet. 2 Samuel 4-6:23 4 When Saul’s son […]

25 May 2017 Bible Reading

We will see Nathan, the prophet, throughout Samuel, Kings and Chronicles. He was a prophet in the court of King […]

26 May 2017 Bible Reading

Christ’s followers are compared to grapevines. The Vine-dresser must prune the grapevine so it can bear fruit. 2 Samuel 9-11:27 […]

27 May 2017 Bible Reading

I can really identify with today’s reading — David’s strong denunciation of his own crime convicts him. It’s a black […]