July 21, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

In between the Apostle Paul’s Second letter to the Corinthians and his letter to the Galatians we read two Psalms and three chapters of Job.

July 21: Psalm 60, Psalm 61, Job 17, Job 18, Job 19 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 60, of David. A Psalm intended for teaching. Even though they were defeated, David gave God the glory for future victories and deliverance.

Psalm 61, of David. As so often happened, David was in trouble and cried out to God, proclaiming his trust in God, singing praises.

Job 17. Job continued praying  for relief.

Job 18. Bildad pours it on; the wicked are punished.

Job 19. “I know that my redeemer liveth“.

July 20, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

In between the Apostle Paul’s Second letter to the Corinthians and his letter to the Galatians we read two Psalms and two chapters of Job.

July 20: Psalm 58, Psalm 59, Job 15, Job 16 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 58, of David. A short, but intense prayer that God would punish the wicked and judge righteously.

Psalm 59, of David. A prayer for deliverance from Saul and his men seeking to Kill David. It ends up with David singing God’s praises.

Job 15. Eliphaz  unloaded on Job, accusing him of folly.

Job 16. Job replied: You pitiless comforters, you call yourself friends.

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

In between the Apostle Paul’s Second letter to the Corinthians and his letter to the Galatians we read 0ne chapter of Proverbs and three chapters of Job.

July 19: Proverbs 9, Job 12, Job 13, Job 14 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Proverbs 9 contrasts the way of wisdom with the way of folly.

Job 12. Job had heard enough and answered his critics.

Job 13. Job continued answering his three friends, and added a despondent prayer that contains this gem: “Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him.”

Job 14 contains the rest of Job’s prayer.

July 18, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

In between the Apostle Paul’s Second letter to the Corinthians and his letter to the Galatians we read two Psalms and three chapters of Job.

July 18: Psalm 56, Psalm 57, Job 9, Job 10, Job 11 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 56, of David. The Psalm is from the time when the Philistines captured him in Gath  It deals with the period between the visit to the tabernacle at Nob and David’s arrival at Adullam. David was alone, desperate, afraid – and had no one left to to trust but  the LORD.

Psalm 57, of David. Charles Spurgeon noted, “There are four of these ‘Destroy not’ psalms, namely, the 57th, 58th, 59th, and 75th. In all of them there is a distinct declaration of the destruction of the wicked and the preservation of the righteous.” It ends with “Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens: let thy glory be above all the earth.

Job 9, Job: There is no mediator, no one is righteous before God, even though I am righteous.

Job 10, Job: I would Plead with God.

Job 11. It was time for  Zophar the Naamathite to speak. He urges urged Job to repent.

July 17, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

In between the Apostle Paul’s Second letter to the Corinthians and his letter to the Galatians we read three Psalms and three chapters of Job.

July 17: Psalm 53, Psalm 54, Psalm 55, Job 6, Job 7 Job 8 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 53, of David. This is a short Psalm telling about fools that say “No God”

Psalm 54, of David. A short prayer with conviction that God is David’s helper.

Psalm 55, of David. When treacherous friends and a multitude of enemies attack David still trusted God.

Job 6. Time for Job to reply: “My Complaint is Just.” And

Job 7. “My Suffering is without Comfort.”

Job 8. Bildad, the Shuhite replied: “Job Should Repent.”

July 16, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

Today we read the last Corinthians 13 chapter of the Apostle Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians and two chapters of Job.

July 16: 2 Corinthians 13, Job 4, Job 5 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

2 Corinthians 13. Paul said it was his third coming coming to the Corinthians, and he was coming with authority for building them up, not for tearing them down. Finally, the final greetings and the benediction.

Job 4. Job’s friend Eliphaz was first to speak: Job has sinned –

Job 5, and for that Job is chastened by God.

July 15, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

Today we read the twelfth chapter of the Apostle Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians and the first three chapters of Job.

July 15: 2 Corinthians 12, Job 1, Job 2, Job 3 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

2 Corinthians 12. Paul described his vision of paradise and his thorn in the flesh (“for when I am weak, then I am strong”.)  The marks of an Apostle are signs, wonders and miracles, and Paul displayed his love for the Church.

Job 1. This is the oldest book in the Bible and predates even the Pentateuch. It is written in old Aramaic.  Job and his Family lived in in Uz, righteous before God. Satan attacked Job’s Character and as a result Job lost his property and his children.

Job 2. Satan Attacked Job’s Health, and then was visited by three friends, keeping him company for a week without saying a word.

Job 3. Job deplored his birth speaking to his his three friends, and they still kept quiet.

July 31, read through the Bible in a year.

In between Galatians and Ephesians we read one Psalm and the four last chapters of Job.

July 31: Psalm 66, Job 39, Job 40, Job 41, Job 42 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 66, a Song. “This Psalm is said to be recited on Easter day, by the Greek church: it is described in the Greek Bible as A Psalm of the Resurrection,

Job 39. The LORD continues and proclaims His magnificent creation.

Job 40. Job  Responds to God and God gives a challenge to Job.

Job 41, God”s challenges Job continues.

Job 42. Job repented, “I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes.and God completely restored Job.

July 30, read through the Bible in a year.

In between Galatians and Ephesians we read one chapter of Proverbs and two chapters of Job.

July 30: Proverbs 10, Job 37, Job 38 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Proverbs 10 contains some of the wise sayings of Solomon, with New Testament thoughts sprinkled in.

Job 37. Elihu continues proclaiming God’s majesty.

Job 38. Them the LORD intervenes and answers Job out of the whirlwind.

July 29, read through the Bible in a year.

In between Galatians and Ephesians we read two Psalms and two chapters of Job.

July 29: Psalm 64, Psalm 65, Job 35, Job 36 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 64, of David. The enemy has arrows and shoots at the man who prays for God’s protection. But God has arrows too, and He hits his targets. The righteous shall be glad and trust in the LORD.

Psalm 65, of David. A Psalm full of thanksgiving for atonement for iniquities, setting things straight in nature and among people, and providing for an abundant harvest, and the response is to burst out in song,

Job 35, Elihu hammers it in and condemns self-righteousness.

Job 36, Elihu proclaims God’s goodness and His majesty.