March 28: Read through the Holy Bible in a year

In Mark 2:1-12 Jesus healed a paralytic man, and he also forgave the man his sins. This caused quite a stir, since nobody can forgive sins but God alone.

Joshua 1 tells of  God’s Commission to Joshua. The LORD gave the order to Cross the Jordan, “Only be strong and of a good courage”.

Joshua 2 tells the story of the innkeeper Rahab and the spies. From this story we get the idiom “a scarlet thread”.

Psalm 24, of David. Here the Psalm is illustrated with beautiful pictures. Enjoy!

April 15, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

Well do a 5 day study in the Old Testament as we move from Luke to Acts, enjoy!

April 15: Psalm 23, Psalm 24, Judges 11 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

Psalm 23, of David. Probably the most memorized Psalm of them all. Do it, if you can.

Psalm 24, of David. This time the Psalm is illustrated with pictures. Enjoy!

Judges 11 describes the glorious victory and tragic vow of Jephthah.  Jephthah’s Daughter is forever memorialized.

April 15, read through the Bible in a year.

Five days of Old Testament between Luke and Acts, enjoy!

April 15: Psalm 23, Psalm 24, Judges 11 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

Psalm 23, of David. Probably the most memorized Psalm of them all. Do it, if you can.

Psalm 24, of David. This time the Psalm is illustrated with pictures. Enjoy!

Judges 11, the victory and tragic vow of Jephthah.  Jephthah’s Daughter forever memorialized.

 

Psalm 24, of David.

Psalm 24, of David.

Don’t worry. The polar bears on Svalbard have doubled in the last 50 years.

The floods are bad, but God has promised never to destroy all earth with a flood again.

Yes, scrubbing is important, but that only takes care of the physical contamination.

Hint: It’s in France.

Hint: It’s in England.