November 16, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 Peter 1:1-12. The apostle Paul was greeting his fellow elect pilgrims of the dispersion and reminded them of their heavenly inheritance, as they were living before God their Father.

Hosea 1. God told Hosea to marry a harlot. She gave birth to three children, given negative sounding names. In spite of this God promises the restoration of Israel.

Hosea 2 tells of God’s unfaithful people, how they are punished and restored, and finally to be shown unmerited mercy.

Psalm 115 through Psalm 118 are part of the Hallel (praise) Psalms and are sung after the Passover meal. Psalm 115 gives praise that the Lord is our help and shield. Not so the heathens, their idols are worthless.

Psalm 116. The Lord heard my prayers, I will pay my vow of gratitude with the sacrifice of praise.

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

Today we read the second chapter of the first letter of the Apostle John and five chapters of Hosea.

November 27: 1 John 2, Hosea 1, Hosea 2, Hosea 3, Hosea 4, Hosea 5 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

1 John 2. The Apostle John explained how you can test if you know Him, warned of sin and was concerned for their spiritual state. There will come a last hour’s deception, so let the truth abide in You. Remember you are children of God.

Hosea 1. God told Hosea to marry a harlot. She gave birth to three children, given negative sounding names. In spite of this God promises  the restoration of Israel.

Hosea 2 tells of God’s unfaithful people, how they are punished and restored, and finally to be shown unmerited mercy.

Hosea 3. God told Hosea to reconcile with his wife, and so Israel will return to God.

Hosea 4. God gave His charge against Israel because of Israel’s Idolatry.

Hosea 5. God proclaimed judgment on Israel, Ephraim and Judah.

November 27, read through the Bible in a year.

Today we read the second chapter of first John and five chapters of Hosea.

November 27: 1 John 2, Hosea 1, Hosea 2, Hosea 3, Hosea 4, Hosea 5 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

1 John 2. Tohn explains how you can test if you know Him, warns of sin and is concerned for their spiritual state. There will come a last hour’s deception, so let the truth abide in You. Remember you are children of God.

Hosea 1. God told Hosea to marry a harlot. She gave birth to three children, given negative sounding names. In spite of this God promises  the restoration of Israel.

Hosea 2 tells of God’s unfaithful people, how they are punished and restored, and finally shown unmerited mercy.

Hosea 3. God told Hosea to reconcile with his wife, and so Israel will return to God.

Hosea 4. God gives His charge against Israel because of Israel’s Idolatry.

Hosea 5. God proclaims judgment on Israel, Ephraim and Judah.