September 17, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Philippians 2:12-29. The Apostle Paul urged the believers to work out their salvation with fear and trembling. Yes, salvation is past tense (for by grace have you been saved), present tense (work out your own salvation) and future tense (you will be saved). God is independent of time (He existed before time and space and created both). Paul ended the chapter talking about Timothy and Epaphroditus.

Isaiah 63. The day of the Lord’s vengeance is coming where “the grapes of wrath are trod” and there was no one to help. Then God will show His mercy and provide salvation, but will people listen?

Isaiah 64. A prayer of petition and penance: “All our righteousness are as filthy rags”

Psalm 81, of Asaph. A Psalm for the Feast of Tabernacles.

September 10, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

Today we read the last chapter of the Apostle Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians and two chapters of Isaiah.

September 10: 2 Thessalonians 3, Isaiah 64, Isaiah 65 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

2 Thessalonians 3. The Apostle Paul requested prayer, then he warned against idleness. Finally the letter ends with a benediction.

Isaiah 64. A prayer of petition and penance: “All our righteousness are as filthy rags”

Isaiah 65 is rich. It tells of judgment and salvation, the new creation and the new Jerusalem.

September 10, read through the Bible in a year.

Today we read Second Thessalonians 3 and two chapters of Isaiah.

September 10: 2 Thessalonians 3, Isaiah 64, Isaiah 65 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

2 Thessalonians 3. Paul requests prayer, then he warns against idleness. Finally the letter ends with a benediction.

Isaiah 64. A prayer of petition and penance: “All our righteousness are as filthy rags”

Isaiah 65 is rich. It tells of judgment and salvation, the new creation and the new Jerusalem.