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We are wise when we do not add to God’s Word!
We will be wise when we realize fallen angels are real and evil!
Mankind tries to achieve safety through his own work!
Promises from God are clear to us if we are truly listening to Him!
God is the God of everything if we listen to Him and His call!
The promise of God is real, because Abraham obeyed God!
Waiting for God is often started by denying yourself!
Reasoning with God means you put off all other gods!
Reading: Genesis 42-45
Great help comes from great wealth. God is the source of both!
Reading: Genesis 46-48
Times for great beginnings come to those who humble themselves.
Reading: Genesis 49-50Death is not the end for those captured in God‚Äôs grip!
Reading: Exodus 1-4
Times for great beginnings come to those who humble themselves.
Reading: Exodus 5-8
The people of Egypt were being spoken to by God and not by man!
Reading: Exodus 9-12
God made a decision to punish the stern ‚Äúno‚Äù of Pharaoh!
Reading: Exodus 17-20
The covenant of God was never to harm anyone, but to resolve God‚Äôs people!
Reading: Exodus 21-23
The mark of God means that when you are married, you are one!
Reading: Exodus 24-27
God calls us to a blood covenant! His covenants are important!
Reading: Exodus 28-31
God calls us to ready ourselves for the order and priesthood we have all received!
Reading: Exodus 32-35
The fashion of gods means we are playing with idols!
Reading: Exodus 36-38
The Lord commanded that the artist be in charge of the worship!
Reading: Leviticus 1-4
Offerings were from the LIVESTOCK not the used and abused animals of the stock.
Reading: Leviticus 5-7
To touch anything unclean is a sin! We must deal with it!
Reading: Leviticus 8-10
God uses man as His representation. The high priest is a human!
Reading: Leviticus 11-13
Clean and unclean animals are mentioned in the Bible for eating. What does it mean?
Reading: Leviticus 14-15
The cost of sin is death, but Jesus Christ paid the price.
Reading: Leviticus 16-17
God must be addressed as God when we come to Him.
Reading: Leviticus 21-23
Holiness is something we thrive for in the priesthood. We cannot get it without God.
Reading: Leviticus 24-25
Lamps, bread and frankincense are the key ingredients for study.
Reading: Leviticus 26-27
We become wise when we chose to worship the God of Abraham.
Reading: Numbers 1-2
There is wisdom in the traditional family. We must gain that wisdom.
Reading: Numbers 3-4
God‚Äôs holiness is real, and cannot be substituted.
Reading: Numbers 5-6
Being unclean is unfair and a problem. What can we do?
Reading: Numbers 8-10
The light in the Temple was from one piece of gold.
Reading: Numbers 11-13
Complaining against God is not a privilege that God rewards!
Reading: Numbers 14-15
The challenge of God is hard, but it is good! If we choose to move into it!
Reading: Numbers 16-17
Rebels took too much upon themselves! They thought they could overthrow God!
Reading: Numbers 18-20
The priesthood is a burden of responsibility representing the people before God!
Reading: Numbers 21-22
There is freedom in doing things God‚Äôs way instead of your own way!
Reading: Numbers 26-27
God responds to problems with fairness in God‚Äôs law.
Reading: Numbers 28-30
We must do what we say, and say what we do!
Reading: Numbers 31-32
God is at war with sin! We should be too! Jesus Christ is our weapon!
Reading: Numbers 33-34
God provided for the people. They camped at the place of 12 springs and 70 palm trees.
Reading: Numbers 35-36
The cities of the Levites were prepared with special care!
Reading: Deuteronomy 1-2
The journey takes 40 years! Egypt had to get out of the people!
Reading: Deuteronomy 5-7
God speaks in such a way that includes all different personalities.
Reading: Deuteronomy 8-10
God makes the change of faith from people of Egypt to people in Israel.
Reading: Deuteronomy 11-13
God is great through His work! People see Him in the things that cannot be moved.
Reading: Deuteronomy 14-16
If we love God, we are chosen to be His! We must be people of faith!
Reading: Deuteronomy 17-20
Faith is serious, if we believe in Jesus Christ.
Reading: Deuteronomy 21-23
Human life is sacred! Nothing can match it! We must honour it!
Reading: Deuteronomy 28-29
We receive the favour of God among the nations of the world when we obey God!
Reading: Deuteronomy 30-31
When we acknowledge our sins, God changes the way we see ourselves.
Reading: Deuteronomy 32
The name of our God is good and vast, it changes and transforms things!
Reading: Deuteronomy 33-34
God comes to His people with the law in His hand! God does not waste time!
Reading: Joshua 1-3
God promises to be with Joshua, as long as Joshua obeys God.
Reading: Joshua 4-6
God commands that the first thing Israel does is to remember who brought them!
Reading: Joshua 9-10
We are often tricked by the obvious. This is the problem with lying and manipulating!
Reading: Joshua 11-13
There is a great evil enemy against us, it is Satan! He hates all men and women.
Reading: Joshua 14-16
The heart of Caleb is good! He explains the good things of the promised land!
Reading: Joshua 17-19
People loose their way, and do not pursue! We must pursue and get what God has for us!
Reading: Joshua 20-22
We must see human life as sacred. God plans protection in His cities.
Reading: Joshua 23-24
God is our deliverer! He does not waste time or space.
Reading: Judges 4-5
When we do evil in the sight of the Lord we lose our grip on reality.
Reading: Judges 6-7
The people of God are impoverished because they ignore God!
Reading: Judges 8-9
In the absence of leadership there is a chance for the people to assume to be leaders.
Reading: Judges 10-11
Jephthah is rejected by men and driven from the land, but he is God‚Äôs leader?
Reading: Judges 12-14
God delivers Israel through a barren couple, as a sign of His rescue!
Reading: Judges 15-17
Samson is a strong man, but he is lead by the Holy Spirit!
Reading: Judges 20-21
The people of God must understand that God is not theirs by heritage!
Reading: Ruth 1-4
The woman Naomi realizes that her daughters need to be released.
Reading: 1 Samuel 1-2
The true wife is troubled with great stress and confusion!
Reading: 1 Samuel 3-5
He hears the call but not the caller! How does Samuel know God?
Reading: 1 Samuel 6-8
The nation rejects God and desires a king! How is Samuel to take this rejection?
Reading: 1 Samuel 9-11
The true signs followed Saul‚Äôs anointing, but Saul was to wait for the prophet‚Äôs prayer!
Reading: 1 Samuel 15-16
The demise od Amalek did not happen because of Israel‚Äôs bad king!
Reading: 1 Samuel 17-18
Goliath is huge! There is no way Israel can bring him down!
Reading: 1 Samuel 19-21
David is confused! He asked the questions, ‚ÄúWhat is my sin? What is my iniquity?‚Äù
Reading: 1 Samuel 22-24
There are many men in trouble while Saul is king! The nation is very devided.
Reading: 1 Samuel 25-27
David begins to plan destruction because his request is refused.
Reading: 1 Samuel 28-31
A stand is made by David to fight with the Philistines! It will not prevail!
Reading: 2 Samuel 4-6
Saul‚Äôs men are displaced in Israel. There are strange men placed in charge of the troops.
Reading: 2 Samuel 7-10
Sometimes prophets do not speak the same words as God!
Reading: 2 Samuel 11-13
Trouble comes when we are alone with our thoughts. We must pray God helps us.
Reading: 2 Samuel 14-16
Treason does not occur in short bursts of time. Absalom develops it over time.
Reading: 2 Samuel 17-19
Wisdom from God comes as we spend time seeking His help and direction!
Reading: 2 Samuel 20-22
Rebellion was encouraged by Absalom‚Äôs supporters in David‚Äôs kingdom.
Reading: 1 Kings 1-2
King David needs help to live! He does not rebuke his son! Solomon becomes king!
Reading: 1 Kings 3-5
Solomon is wise, but his still falls down in the end!
Reading: 1 Kings 6-7
Solomon creates the temple with great detail, but nothing substitutes the presence of God!
Reading: 1 Kings 8-10
The Ark of God takes careful planning to move! How will they do it?
Reading: 1 Kings 11-12
Solomon builds tools to his demon friends! God is offended!
Reading: 1 Kings 13-15
The Lord is tired of failure! Jeroboam is condemned and his nation will die!
Reading: 1 Kings 19-20
The prophet Elijah is awakened by God! He is not listening to Him!
Reading: 1 Kings 21-22
Ahab is a spoiled brat! He cannot stand someone saying ‚Äúno‚Äù to him!
Reading: 2 Kings 1-3
God is alive and well in Israel, but the king of Israel is not paying attention to God!
Reading: 2 Kings 4-5
The prophet is not able to take care of his family! When he dies, they are desperate!
Reading: 2 Kings 6-8
Seeing the future is a skilled gift, but unless instructed by God, it is dangerous!
Reading: 2 Kings 9-11
God makes a decision about Jezebel. The man of God puts it in motion!
Reading: 2 Kings 15-17
It is wise to set in motion worshipping God, because God is the only One who makes us right when we worship Him!
Reading: 2 Kings 18-20
Hezekiah is a king whose standards are compared to king David!
Reading: 2 Kings 21-23
He is the polar opposite of Hezekiah the good king! Evil leads in the capital!
Reading: 2 Kings 24-25
The fall of Judah is prophesied by the prophets. Now they must live with the reality.
Reading: 1 Chronicles 1-3
Times that God steps in to help! Times that God does not step in to help!
Reading: 1 Chronicles 4-6
He is consumed by his own selfish desire. What will it look like in 100 years?
Reading: 1 Chronicles 10-13
He is consumed by his own selfish desire. What will it look like in 100 years?
Reading: 1 Chronicles 14-16
David establishes himself as king, but not through ruling over men and women.
Reading: 1 Chronicles 17-19
David regains remarkable success over his enemies! How does he do it?
Reading: 1 Chronicles 20-22
David‚Äôs men gain remarkable success over the giant enemies!
Reading: 1 Chronicles 23-25
The Levites are assigned specific responsibilities. God calls each of us to a task.
Reading: 1 Chronicles 26-27
The gatekeepers are called to specific tasks. We are all responsible for our work.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 1-3
The Temple is made powerful by the offerings of the people!
Reading: 2 Chronicles 4-6
The Temple is finished. The items arrive and the Ark of the Covenant is put in its place.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 7-9
Praising God is the best response to His presence! We must be thankful people.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 10-12
War comes to Rehoboam because he does not listen to good reason.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 13-16
Protection is gained by Judah but not by God. There is a cost to temporary help
Reading: 2 Chronicles 17-19
Jehoshaphat does well by following the ways of David. He loves God personally!
Reading: 2 Chronicles 23-25
God commands that the sons of David reign. The young King is in position.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 26-28
The King does well but the people do not! We are accountable for our actions.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 29-30
The Kings is keen to open God‚Äôs temple. This is an important step for Israel.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 31-32
The king knows how to change things, but the people must change too!
Reading: 2 Chronicles 33-34
Josiah begins to reform the way that Judah and Israel worships. We must do the same.
Reading: 2 Chronicles 35-36
Josiah commands that the Ark of God be put back where it is supposed to be.
Reading: Ezra 3-4
Men make their offerings to God even though it is a big risk!
Reading: Ezra 5-6
The Temple is rebuilt with funding from the Persians and labour from the men of Judah!
Reading: Ezra 7-8
God‚Äôs house requires special servants to take care of it!
Reading: Ezra 9-10
There is hope for Israel! They desire to make their mistakes right before God!
Reading: Nehemiah 1-3
Nehemiah displays sadness to the king! Nehemiah bears the risk of being killed!
Reading: Nehemiah 4-6
Men and women are in debt. They are losing their ability to live!
Reading: Nehemiah 10-13
The people must deal with their past offense to come clean before God.
Reading: Esther 1-2
The king parties for 180 days! He shows the world how powerful he is‚Ä¶but he is not.
Reading: Esther 3-5
Mordecai refuses to bow before Haman. He is ready to die for his faith.
Reading: Esther 6-8
The king is completely unaware that his law has outcast the Jews!
Reading: Esther 9-10
The celebration of a holiday is to be honoured. God rewards those who do the things He says.
Reading: Job 1-3
Job sacrifices for his children and has many possessions. He loves God!
Reading: Job 7-9
Job explains that God is the creator of all things in heaven and on earth.
Reading: Job 10-12
Job explains that all wisdom is not contained in the thinking of men.
Reading: Job 13-15
Job explains that all our life is judged at the end of it. We should consider this.
Reading: Job 16-19
Job cries out that he is being tormented by what his friends are saying to him.
Reading: Job 20-22
Job cries out that the wicked seem to do well in the midst of telling God off!
Reading: Job 23-26
Job cries out to God! But God is silent, because Job is being tested.
Reading: Job 30-31
Job has made a covenant with God, but God still doesn‚Äôt answer!
Reading: Job 32-34
Elihu claims that men must demand justice, but God is the One we should seek.
Reading: Job 35-37
Elihu claims that God speaks with power and strength. This doesn‚Äôt help Job!
Reading: Job 38-40
God answers Job from the storm, and asks him more then 80 questions.
Reading: Job 41-42
Job asks forgiveness from God for his lack of understanding and knowledge of Him
Reading: Psalms 1-5
Psalms claims that we must keep ourselves out of darkness and away from ungodliness.
Reading: Psalms 10-13
There are times when people speak with double minds!
Reading: Psalms 14-17
There are scriptures that explain the people of God. Why they do what they do.
Reading: Psalms 18-19
God never stops speaking! Day and night, the sun and stars are all saying something about God.
Reading: Psalms 20-22
God promises to move no matter what. Times of depression or despair do not stop Him!
Reading: Psalms 23-25
God promises to move us into His plan! This is the best plan for our lives!
Reading: Psalms 26-29
He will not sit with the counsel of the wicked. Christ will reign over them.
Reading: Psalms 33-35
God‚Äôs name is to be exalted! We are people of praise, we must praise the Lord!
Reading: Psalms 36-37
If we delight ourselves in the Lord He will give us the desires of our heart!
Reading: Psalms 38-40
It is hard if we chose to hold on to our sin! We must give it to the Lord!
Reading: Psalms 41-43
God expects us to be honest in our prayers. We must tell the truth!
Reading: Psalms 44-45
The real church knows that truth, humility and righteousness are the keys.
Reading: Psalms 46-48
God is our strength and our refuge, even if the earth disintegrates around us!
Reading: Psalms 52-55
The one who loves lies is dedicate to evil! He is committed to destruction.
Reading: Psalms 56-58
What can flesh do to us if we are trusting in the work of God?
Reading: Psalms 59-61
There are those who hate God‚Äôs men and women for no reason!
Reading: Psalms 62-65
There is a good time to wait on God! We must rest in waiting on Him!
Reading: Psalms 66-68
Make a joyful shout to God! We must praise God every day.
Reading: Psalms 69-71
The waters are to my neck oh Lord!
Reading: Psalms 74-76
God allows devastation for a reason! It speaks of what is wrong with us!
Reading: Psalms 77-78
When we call out to God, He tells us the truth about what is wrong with us!
Reading: Psalms 79-80
We must call out to God in our distress! We have sinned!
Reading: Psalms 81-84
Good and Godly revelation can begin with a problem!
Reading: Psalms 85-87
God turns away His anger when people change their attitudes toward Him.
Reading: Psalms 88-89
Being cut off from God‚Äôs hand is how we feel when we are struggling!
Reading: Psalms 93-96
The Lord reigns! His place is established from eternal.
Reading: Psalms 97-99
Righteousness and justice are the foundations of God‚Äôs throne!
Reading: Psalms 100-103
We must approach God with praise! We are to worship Him with singing and gladness.
Reading: Psalms 104-105
The Bible says that God is clothed in light! And we know that God is Creator of science.
Reading: Psalms 106-107
Who can utter the mighty acts of God? We know that declaring God‚Äôs acts is impossible!
Reading: Psalms 108-110
We must keep our heart strong and steadfast in the Lord!
Reading: Psalms 115-118
God is not limited by the strong forces of the universe‚Ä¶ He made them!
Reading: Psalms 119
We are blessed as we walk in the way of the Word!
Reading: Psalms 120-125
There are those who lie about God! They are warriors who will be defeated!
Reading: Psalms 126-131
God brings restoration to Israel and He brings restoration to people today!
Reading: Psalms 132-136
David needs to find a place for God to dwell! This will give David comfort!
Reading: Psalms 137-141
We will sing a song of sorrow, when we are faced with our own fall!
Reading: Psalms 147-150
Praise to God who is worthy! We praise God because He can take it!
Reading: Proverbs 1-2
We will know, perceive and receive wisdom, instruction and understanding from Proverbs!
Reading: Proverbs 3-4
We receive long life and peace, if we listen to the commands of Christ and do them!
Reading: Proverbs 5-6
Discretion and knowledge are two values we must have to stay healthy!
Reading: Proverbs 7-8
Wisdom must be applied! We are too undisciplined to move through life without guidance!
Reading: Proverbs 9-10
Wisdom has built her house and we are invited to come in and fellowship with her.
Reading: Proverbs 13-14
It is true that wisdom is confirmed by guarding the mouth!
Reading: Proverbs 15-16
It is wise to listen when someone is talking to us, and to be careful with our response!
Reading: Proverbs 17-18
Wisdom is in our quietness! Our ability to rule as a servant of God!
Reading: Proverbs 19-20
Wisdom is in the way we live. We must focus on the wisdom of God, not our own ideas.
Reading: Proverbs 21-22
It is true that God weighs the hearts of men and women!
Reading: Proverbs 23-24
The truth is we must be careful when we are guests in someone‚Äôs home!
Reading: Proverbs 27-28
The good man is one of careful words! He does not speak highly of himself!
Reading: Proverbs 29-31
When the righteous rule there is great rejoicing and relief for all!
Reading: Ecclesiastes 1-3
The earth remains, while people come and go on it! God is forever the same!
Reading: Ecclesiastes 4-6
Living becomes great when we invite Jesus Christ into our lives!
Reading: Ecclesiastes 7-9
The darkness of death makes us wise!
Reading: Ecclesiastes 10-12
There is great wisdom in death! To those who believe in Jesus Christ, death is a doorway to life.
Reading: Song of Solomon 4-6
The image of God‚Äôs love for us is shown. He sees us how we will be!
Reading: Song of Solomon 7-8
God sees us as being beautiful, instead of how we are. He knows how we will be!
Reading: Isaiah 1-2
The people of early Israel did not know their God!
Reading: Isaiah 3-4
Skillful people are removed from the city!
Reading: Isaiah 5-6
God plants a good vine but it yields bad fruit!
Reading: Isaiah 7-8
Men are often moved by circumstances they cannot control!
Reading: Isaiah 11-13
The wisdom, council and knowledge is made known by God!
Reading: Isaiah 14-15
God will confront Israel and they will know Him!
Reading: Isaiah 16-18
God will set into place a Messianic rule!
Reading: Isaiah 19-21
God will restore Israel and they will come under Him!
Reading: Isaiah 22-24
Ancient Jerusalem is destroyed, as God said it would be!
Reading: Isaiah 25-27
God makes His ways affect those around us. We are wise when we see Him!
Reading: Isaiah 30-32
We often take the advice of everyone except God!
Reading: Isaiah 33-35
Accountability is key to our actions! God requires us to be accountable!
Reading: Isaiah 36-37
Satan‚Äôs workers make a claim against God‚Äôs people, when they have the advantage!
Reading: Isaiah 38-40
God speaks to us so that we gather our strength to appeal to Him!
Reading: Isaiah 41-43
God chose Abraham as the founder of His nation! Why did He do that?
Reading: Isaiah 44-46
We are captured by idols as we cling to their demands upon us!
Reading: Isaiah 50-52
The Lord is doubted, but He makes a covering so all can see His work on the earth!
Reading: Isaiah 56-58
God announces who receives salvation! Those who love God and respect His name.
Reading: Isaiah 59-61
Change has happened, but Gods hand is not too short to reach out and help us!
Reading: Isaiah 62-63
Jesus Christ is named by God! Salvation, Messiah is the call to all who respond to God!
Reading: Isaiah 64-66
Jesus Christ is humble! He did not come to earth with a title or political force!
Reading: Jeremiah 3-4
God tells Judah to return to Him, even though Judah is against His law!
Reading: Jeremiah 5-6
There is a search for people who love God. Those who will make decisions for Him.
Reading: Jeremiah 7-9
God speaks through His prophet, telling the people not to trust in the Temple!
Reading: Jeremiah 10-12
There are signs of heaven that are real and impressive, but they are not true!
Reading: Jeremiah 13-15
God speaks through familiar objects so we can understand what He is saying!
Reading: Jeremiah 16-18
God says our future is threatened because we have turned away from Him!
Reading: Jeremiah 23-25
God says He knows the evil shepherds and will punish them for their works!
Reading: Jeremiah 26-28
Prophets are to speak what God says, not what is popular to the masses!
Reading: Jeremiah 29-31
God sends a letter to the people in Babylon telling them to accept their exile!
Reading: Jeremiah 32-33
God‚Äôs prophetic words are true! It does not matter what is done to the prophet!
Reading: Jeremiah 34-36
The prophet is commanded to speak the truth, even when it is not popular!
Reading: Jeremiah 37-39
The prophet is asked to pray for the kingdom! But he already knows what will happen.
Reading: Jeremiah 43-46
God says He knows the evil shepherds and will punish them for their works!
Reading: Jeremiah 47-49
There is great sorrow when God uses others to complete His judgement!
Reading: Jeremiah 50-52
The Bible proclaims the truth about the future. Looking 70 years into it spells out what will
Reading: Lamentations 1-2
The Bible proclaims that Jerusalem is laid waste. No one is around to help!
Reading: Lamentations 3-5
The Word says that no matter how much we cry we still must pay the cost!
Reading: Ezekiel 1-3
Ezekiel is a priest and a prophet. God moves His people no matter where they are!
Reading: Ezekiel 9-12
God looks at how we react to sin. Not just how we live.
Reading: Ezekiel 13-16
False prophets speak their own dreams, and have not seen God!
Reading: Ezekiel 17-19
Sin is devastating and can cause evil that destroys us forever!
Reading: Ezekiel 20-22
God is not judged for His ongoing judgement of mankind!
Reading: Ezekiel 23-25
God gives names to highlight how we live and respond to Him.
Reading: Ezekiel 26-28
The city of Tyre has lost its fame and fortune, because of pride.
Reading: Ezekiel 33-35
The watchman warns because there is accountability!
Reading: Ezekiel 36-38
God prophesies to the land because He knows the future!
Reading: Ezekiel 39-41
God says that Gog will fall, his troops and the people with him.
Reading: Ezekiel 42-44
God says the details of the doors are important. Doors welcome people.
Reading: Ezekiel 45-48
There is a HOLY place for God, planned for the future.
Reading: Daniel 1-3
God‚Äôs hand is upon Daniel and his friends, and His hand is upon us.
Reading: Daniel 7-9
The first kingdom of the earth is like a lion, and given a man‚Äôs heart!
Reading: Daniel 10-12
Daniel is introduced to the presence of God in a surprising way!
Reading: Hosea 1-4
God uses the life of Hosea to illustrate His message to Israel!
Reading: Hosea 5-7
God says that Israel is not hidden from Him. He sees everything!
Reading: Hosea 8-11
Sin causes ancient Israel to transgress God‚Äôs covenant and rebel!
Reading: Hosea 12-14
Bad deals end in bad circumstances! God speaks of ancient Israel‚Äôs bad deals!
Reading: Amos and Obadiah
God speaks from Zion! This is the place where God rules from!
Reading: Jonah and Micah
God is coming to judge because of sin. He will not be still!
Reading: Nahum and Habakkuk
God says the clouds are the dust of His feet!
Reading: Zephaniah and Haggai
God‚Äôs consumption is determined and powerful. But He will keep safe those who love Him!
Reading: Zechariah 1-5
God says, ‚ÄúReturn to Me and I will return to you!‚Äù
Reading: Zechariah 6-9
God sends His spirits, so that we can see what is happening!
God says there is a difference between Jacob and Esau.
Reading: Matthew 1-4
The message is clear! Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem!
Reading: Matthew 5-8
The poor in spirit know that Jesus Christ will fill them!
Reading: Matthew 9-12
Jesus Christ forgave the sins of the paralytic man!