July 27: Read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Romans 13. Paul reminded the Romans of all people to submit to government, follow the laws, pay their taxes and debts, love their neighbor and put on Christ. Any government is better than anarchy.

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 urged Job to repent.

June 4, read through the Bible in a year.

Today we are continuing in Romans, and read three chapters in 2 Kings.

June 4: Romans 13, 2 Kings 19, 2 Kings 20, 2 Kings 21 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

Romans 13. Submit to government, follow the laws, pay our taxes, love your neighbor and put on Christ.

2 Kings 19. The prophet Isaiah assures deliverance from Sennacherib’s threat. Hezekiah’s prays for deliverance and Isaiah delivers the word of the LORD concerning Sennacherib. That night the Angel of the Lord slayed 185,000 men, and Sennacherib was defeated and died not long after.

2 Kings 20, Hezekiah is ill unto death, but he prays to the LORD, and his life is extended another fifteen years. From Babylon comes  envoys, Hezekiah shows them every treasure in his palace, for in doing so he thinks “There will be peace for our time” just like Neville Chamberlain did before WWII.

2 Kings 21, Manasseh became King of Judah, doing more evil in the sight of the LORD than even the surrounding countries. After his death Amon Reigned and died, followed by his son, Josiah.