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Bible Reading January 2024

Updated: Jan 1

1/1 - Genesis 1

1/2 - Genesis 2

1/3 - Genesis 3

1/4 - Genesis 4

1/5 - Genesis 5

1/6 - Genesis 6

1/7 - Genesis 7

1/8 - Genesis 8

1/9 - Genesis 9

1/10 - Genesis 10

1/11 - Genesis 11

1/12 - Luke 6

1/13 - Luke 7

1/14- Luke 8

1/15 - Luke 9

1/16 - Luke 10

1/17 - Genesis 13

1/18 -Genesis 14

1/19 - Genesis 15

1/20 - Genesis 16

1/21 - Genesis 17

1/22 - Genesis 18

1/23 - Genesis 19

1/24 - Genesis 20

1/25- Genesis 21

1/26 -Genesis 22

1/27 - Genesis 23

1/28 - Genesis 24

1/29 - Genesis 25

1/30 - Genesis 26

1/31 - Genesis 27









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chowdown01
Jul 18, 2022

1 Kings 8:51, 52 “May your eyes be open to your servant’s plea and to the plea of your people Israel, and may you listen to them whenever they cry out to you." I believe there's a difference between begging God and pleading with Him. Begging is rooted in fear, being afraid of an impending doom. But pleading with God is rooted in His promises, nature and love toward His children. It is presenting an argument before the Father based on His faithfulness, mercy and grace.

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chowdown01
Jul 11, 2022

In 1 Kings 2, David's last words to Solomon was to be strong and act like a man. Adonijah had one more move, asking for Abishag's hand in marriage. Abishag was probably one of David's concubines and marrying her would be possibly a hidden pathway to the throne. Solomon was able to recognize that scheme and put an end to it, as with the other decisions he had to make to secure his throne. And finally in verse 46, it says the kingdom was now established in Solomon's hands.

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chowdown01
Jul 11, 2022

In 1 Kings 1, Satan our enemy, like Adonijah, will put himself forward and say, "I will be king" over our lives. However, it is God's distinct purpose and agenda to have Jesus as King over us. Like David and Bathsheba had to make drastic and urgent moves during urgent times to ensure that the throne is secured, God calls us to do the same to ensure that He continues to reign over us.

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chiyomi.chow
Jul 07, 2022

I love that Jesus is ”Lord even of the sabbath.” We can take a day of rest knowing and trusting in His Lordship.

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chowdown01
Jul 06, 2022

'Then he said to them, “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath. ' Mark 2:27. Take your Sabbath - it's meant to replenish, rejuvenate and restore. Take care of "being" before "doing."

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