September 27, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 Thessalonians 3 tells of the Apostle Paul’s concern for their faith, he was encouraged by the report from Timothy. The chapter ends with a prayer that their love may increase.

Jeremiah 20. The chief priest Pashhur heard Jeremiah prophesy bad outcomes, so he punished Jeremiah, which led to the word of God given to Pashhur. Jeremiah gave yet another complaint to God, this time even to the point of complaining he was born.

Jeremiah 21. Jerusalem was doomed, and God delivered this message to the house of David.

Jeremiah 22 continues God’s messages to the House of David, the Sons of Josiah, and proclaimed the end of the Davidic line with Jehoiachin. This is one reason Jesus had to be adopted by Joseph according to the gospel of Matthew.

September 24, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Colossians 4. The Apostle Paul gave final instructions, final greetings and exhortations as he bade the Colossians (and the Laodiceans) God’s grace.

Jeremiah 11. The covenant God made with the Israelis was conditional; God promised to be with them as long as they obeyed the commands, but they did not, so the covenant was broken. The chapter also describes a plot against Jeremiah.

Jeremiah 12. Jeremiah poured out his complaint. The LORD gave His answer.

Jeremiah 13. Jeremiah bought a linen belt, it got ruined. Then God told about wineskins. Both were object lessons for what was to befall Jerusalem, for pride precedes captivity.

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

Today we read the fourth chapter of the Apostle Paul’s first letter to Timothy and two chapters of Jeremiah

September 18: 1 Timothy 4, Jeremiah 11, Jeremiah 12 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

1 Timothy 4. The Apostle Paul gave advice to Timothy and prophesied the coming  great apostasy, but as a  good servant of Jesus Christ he should not give in to it but be devoted to the ministry and let no man despise him for his youth.

Jeremiah 11. The covenant God made with the Israelis was conditional; God promised to be with them as long as they obeyed the commands, but they did not, so the covenant was broken. The chapter also describes a plot against Jeremiah.

Jeremiah 12, Jeremiah poured out his complaint. The LORD gave His answer.