May 9: Reading the Holy Bible in a year.

Luke 9:37-62. A day after the Transfigurationon the mount Jesus healed a boy with an evil spirit. The disciples argued about who would be the greatest, and as an object lesson Jesus picked up a little child and said: “He who is least among all, he is the greatest“. Jesus spoke against sectarianism, and on their way to Jerusalem they met Samaritan opposition. Finally Jesus told the disciples there is a cost of following Him.

2 Samuel 21. David made a deal with the Gibeonites, and during a number of battles, some of the Philistine giants were killed, among them Goliath (not the one you think).

February 16: Read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Matthew 8:18-34 tells of Jesus continuing his healing ministry. . He healed many , including the strange encounter with the demon possessed men from east of Lake Genesareth. Many wanted to follow him, but Jesus warned them off by telling the price of following him. It also tells of how Jesus calmed the storm.

Leviticus 11 deals with clean (kosher) and unclean food and clean and unclean animals. (Locusts and grasshoppers are o.k.)

Leviticus 12 is a short chapter and deals with purification after childbirth.

Leviticus 13 deals with leprosy and mildew and what to do with both. Things like that are complicated

Matthew 8:18-34, the cost of following Jesus, the storm calmed, the demon possessed men.

Matthew 8:18-34, the cost of following Jesus, the storm calmed, the demon possessed men.

 
 

Please, go away, Jesus. You are bad for business.

Luke 9, sending out the twelve, Herod tries to see Jesus, feeding the Five Thousand, Peter’s Confession of Christ, the Transfiguration, a boy is healed, who is the Greatest?, no sectarianism, Samaritan rejection, the cost of following Jesus.

Luke 9, sending out the twelve, Herod tries to see Jesus, feeding the Five Thousand, Peter’s Confession of Christ, the Transfiguration, a boy is healed, who is the Greatest?, no sectarianism, Samaritan rejection, the cost of following Jesus.

Matthew 8, the man with leprosy, the faith of the Centurion, the cost of following Jesus, the storm calmed, the demon possessed men.

Please, go away, Jesus. You are bad for business.