September 6, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Galatians 6. Bear one another’s burdens and at the same time each one should carry his own burden. A man reaps what he sows, be generous and do good, especially to those of the household of faith. Glory only in the cross. After these admonitions Paul gave his final blessings.

Isaiah 43 speaks of the redeemer and the rebirth of Israel, which took place in 1948. It happened in spite of Israel’s unfaithfulness only by God’s mercy, and His promise that He would do a new thing.

Psalm 78, a maskil of Asaph. “This is the longest of the historical psalms. Its lesson is that history must not repeat itself. The people must never again be unbelieving.” (James Montgomery Boice)

July 29, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Romans 15. Bear each others’ burdens, look at Christ and glorify God together. The Apostle Paul had proclaimed the Gospel from Jerusalem to Illyricum, but he really longed to visit Rome.

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

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

July 27, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

Today we read the last chapter of the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Galatians  and one chapter of Job.

July 27: Galatians 6, Job 33 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Galatians 6. Bear one another’s burdens and at the same time each one should carry his own burden. A man reaps what he sows, be generous and do good, especially to those of the household of faith. Glory only in the cross. After these admonitions Paul gave his final blessings.

Job 33. Elihu continued, contradicting Job: “No one is righteous before God.”

Galatians 6, Bear one another’s Burdens, be Generous and do Good, Glory Only in the Cross, Blessings, a Plea.

Galatians 6, Bear one another’s Burdens, be Generous and do Good, Glory Only in the Cross, Blessings, a Plea.