July 30: Reading the Holy Bible in a year.

Romans 16. Sister Phoebe is commended, the Apostle Paul gave thanks, especially to Priscilla and Aquila, followed by a long list of greetings by name. Paul then warned the Romans to avoid divisive persons, followed by greetings from Paul’s friends, even Tertius the scribe wrote a note. The letter ends with a benediction.

Job 17. Job continued praying for relief.

Job 18. Bildad pours it on; the wicked are punished. 

Job 19. “I know that my redeemer liveth“.

Psalm 65, of David. A Psalm full of thanksgiving for atonement for iniquities, setting things straight in nature and among people, and providing for an abundant harvest, and the response is to burst out in song.

July 30, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Romans 16. Sister Phoebe is commended, the Apostle Paul gave thanks, especially to Priscilla and Aquila, followed by a long list of greetings by name. Paul then warned the Romans to avoid divisive persons, followed by greetings from Paul’s friends, even Tertius, the scribe wrote a note. The letter ends with a benediction.

Job 17. Job continued praying for relief.

Job 18. Bildad pours it on; the wicked are punished. 

Job 19. “I know that my redeemer liveth“.

Psalm 65, of David. A Psalm full of thanksgiving for atonement for iniquities, setting things straight in nature and among people, and providing for an abundant harvest, and the response is to burst out in song.

July 29, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

In between The Apostle Paul’s letter to the Galatians and his letter to the Ephesians we read two Psalms and two chapters of Job.

July 29: Psalm 64, Psalm 65, Job 35, Job 36 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 64, of David. The enemy has arrows and shoots at the man who prays for God’s protection. But God has arrows too, and He hits his targets. The righteous shall be glad and trust in the LORD.

Psalm 65, of David. A Psalm full of thanksgiving for atonement for iniquities, setting things straight in nature and among people, and providing for an abundant harvest, and the response is to burst out in song,

Job 35, Elihu hammered it in and condemnedd self-righteousness.

Job 36, Elihu proclaimed God’s goodness and His majesty.

July 29, read through the Bible in a year.

In between Galatians and Ephesians we read two Psalms and two chapters of Job.

July 29: Psalm 64, Psalm 65, Job 35, Job 36 (click on the chapter to begin reading).

Psalm 64, of David. The enemy has arrows and shoots at the man who prays for God’s protection. But God has arrows too, and He hits his targets. The righteous shall be glad and trust in the LORD.

Psalm 65, of David. A Psalm full of thanksgiving for atonement for iniquities, setting things straight in nature and among people, and providing for an abundant harvest, and the response is to burst out in song,

Job 35, Elihu hammers it in and condemns self-righteousness.

Job 36, Elihu proclaims God’s goodness and His majesty.