May 25: Reading the Holy Bible in a year.

Luke 20:20-47, continuing Holy Week, it is now Tuesday, Jesus was teaching in the Temple and his authority was questioned. Standing in Solomon’s colonnades the religious leaders tried to entrap Jesus so they asked him: “Is it legal to pay Taxes to Caesar?” You know the answer, “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which be Caesar’s, and unto God the things which be God’s.” After that it was the Sadducee’s turn: What about the Resurrection? Jesus answered with scripture: “How can David call his descendant Lord?” Jesus finally warned the people: “Beware of the teachers of the Law.”

Proverbs 5 tells of the perils of adultery and does not mince words.

May 25: Read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Luke 20:20-47, continuing Holy Week, it is now Tuesday, Jesus was teaching in the Temple and his authority was questioned. Standing in Solomon’s colonnades the religious leaders tried to entrap Jesus so they asked him: “Is it legal to pay Taxes to Caesar?” You know the answer, “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which be Caesar’s, and unto God the things which be God’s.” After that it was the Sadducee’s turn: What about the Resurrection? Jesus answered with scripture: “How can David call his descendant Lord?” Jesus finally warned the people: “Beware of the teachers of the Law.”

Proverbs 5 tells of the perils of adultery and does not mince words.

Luke 20:20-47, pay Taxes to Caesar?, What about the Resurrection?, How can David call his descendant Lord?, beware of the Scribes.

Luke 20:20-47, pay Taxes to Caesar?, What about the Resurrection?, How can David call his descendant Lord?, beware of the Scribes.

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April 10, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

Today there are four chapters to read, enjoy!

April 10: Luke 20Judges 3, Judges 4, Judges 5 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

Luke 20, continuing Holy Week, it is now Tuesday, Jesus was teaching in the Temple and his authority was questioned. Standing in Solomon’s colonnades he taught the parable of the wicked wine dressers. The religious leaders tried to entrap Jesus so they asked him: “Is it legal to pay Taxes to Caesar?” You know the answer, “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which be Caesar’s, and unto God the things which be God’s. After that it was the Sadducee’s turn: What about the Resurrection? Jesus answered with scripture: “How can David call his descendant Lord?” Jesus finally warned the people: “Beware of the teachers of the Law.”

Judges 3. The cycle of straying from the LORD and coming back to Him  began for the nations remaining in the land. Israel does evil in the sight of the LORD and He raised up Judges: Othniel, Ehud, Shamgar, and during their time there was peace in the land for 40, then 80 years

Judges 4. Every now and then God raises up a woman to lead the people. Deborah was such a woman and judged the people of Israel.

Judges 5 is all about the Song of Deborah. Read it and enjoy!

Luke 20, Jesus Authority Questioned, the Parable of the Wicked Winedressers, pay Taxes to Caesar?, What about the Resurrection?, How can David call his descendant Lord?, beware of the Scribes.

Luke 20, Jesus Authority Questioned, the Parable of the Wicked Winedressers, pay Taxes to Caesar?, What about the Resurrection?, How can David call his descendant Lord?, beware of the Scribes.