August 19, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

In between the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Philippians and his uplifting letter to the Colossians we read two Psalms and two chapters of Isaiah.

August 19: Psalm 79, Psalm 80, Isaiah 26, Isaiah 27 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 79, of Asaph. A cry for help, for the heathens were devastating Jerusalem, the Temple and the people. The Psalmist confessed their collective sins and pleaded for restoration, always with praise and thankfulness.

Psalm 80, of Asaph. A prayer for restoration of Israel, mentioning the Shepherd of Israel, a heartfelt and urgent plea.

Isaiah 26 is a song of praise full of Messianic prophecy. The song is full of words with double meanings, one obvious and one prophetic.

Isaiah 27 promises the deliverance of Israel.

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lenbilen

Retired engineer, graduated from Chalmers Technical University a long time ago with a degree in Technical Physics. Career in Aerospace, Analytical Chemistry, computer chip manufacturing and finally adjunct faculty at Pennsylvania State University, taught just one course in Computer Engineering, the Capstone Course.

5 thoughts on “August 19, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.”

    1. Yes, and next year it will be different with one New Testament chapter or part of a chapter every day, with no breaks. I keep on adding comments as I go along. Check right over search or search for current date.

        1. Most of them are, but some are cut and paste, and originally I did not intend to post them, so they are without attribution and free for the copying.

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