Since /vip/ is a Christian board let's read the entire Bible this year (the KJV version, of course.)Today, 1/1/2021, we start with Matthew 1, then Genesis 1, 2, and 3.For context, the book of Matthew presents Jesus as the messiah and savior of all of humanity and the beginning serves as a transition from the Old Testament to the New.Genesis is a book of beginnings that introduces central themes of the Bible, such as creation and redemption.Catch up for tomorrow's chapters, and God bless.
Today, 1/2/2021 we continue with Matthew 2, then Genesis 4, 5 and 6.Continuing off from the beginning of Jesus' birth from Matthew and the continuation of the origin of Man, his foibles and wickedness in Genesis. Enjoy reading and God bless you today.
Today, read Matthew 3, then Genesis 7, 8 and 9. God bless.
Yesterday's post ought to have been: We start to meet some of Jesus' disciples in the reading today after He is tempted by Satan in Matthew 4. In Genesis 10, 11, and 12 we learn of Noah's descendents, The Tower of Babel, and God's call to Abram, a man who went out and deceived pharoah.Today, join me in reading Matthew 5:1-26 and continue reading Genesis: 13, 14 and 25.
>>103273>13, 14 and 2513, 14 and 15, even. God bless.
>>103205About time I read this, thanks for the easy readings
Today, 1/6/2021, we'll read Matthew 5:27-48 and Genesis 16 and 17.Picking up from Jesus' teachings on those who are blessed, and on how we should perceive our lives as the salt of the earth, and teachings on murder and anger from yesterday (in Matt. 5:1-26), 27-48 will focus on Jesus' other teachings on temptation, divorce, oaths, and forgiveness. Flipping back to Genesis we continue to learn about Abram's life and household, and his relationship and covenants with almighty God.God bless you today.
I was reading yesterday's verses to a group and neglected to update, but no harm in catching up:on 1/7/2021 we read Matthew 6:1-18 - a continuance of Jesus' teachings - and Genesis 18 and 19 which includes the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah.Today, 1/8/2021 we'll read Matthew 6:19-34 and Genesis 20,21,22.Commit yourself to our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and repent.
On 1/9/2021 we read Matthew 7 and Genesis 23 and 24.In Matthew yesterday we learn about Jesus' teaching of judging and being judged, of asking and receiving, on the strait gates to heaven and on the wide gates to damnation, on false prophets, and an important reminder that if we do not abide by Jesus Christ's teachings we build our life's foundation on sand and great will be our fall.Today, 1/20/2021 we'll continue and read Matthew 8:1-17 and Genesis 25 and 26.
>>103349>1/20/20211/10/2021Good morning. Jesus' miraculous ways astound constantly.Today, 1/11/2021, we'll read Matthew 8:18-34 and Genesis 27 and 28.God bless you every day.
Catching up from yesterday we'll continue reading the first healing miracles of Jesus in Matthew 9. (Yesterday's verses ought to have been Matt. 9:1-17, today's are 9:18-38) "They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. But go ye and learn what that meaneth,I will have mercy, and not sacrifice: for I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance."Your faith in Him makes you complete as he has always assured us.Flipping back to Genesis we continue to follow Abraham's patriarchal lineage through his grandsons now, Esau and Jacob, the twin brothers of Isaac and Rebekah. In particular we follow Jacob's prosperous journey to the east in Genesis 29 and 30 (yesterday's reading).Today we'll read Genesis 31 and 32.
Today, 1/14/2021, we'll read Matthew 10:1-20 and Genesis 33, 34, and 35.God bless you all. Jesus saves.
Today, 1/15/21, we'll read Matthew 10:21-42 - and finish meeting Jesus' disciples and his instructions to them. We'll also read Genesis 36, 37, and 38.God bless you today and always.
Yesterday we read Matthew 11: Jesus speaking with John's messengers, rebuking evil cities, and reminding all of us of how lighter our burdens become through Him.Yesterday we also read Genesis 39 and 40. Today we read Matthew 12:1-23, learning more about Jesus miraculous healing ways fulfilling prophecies, and the beginning of the evil Pharisees' schemes to destroy Jesus... More of that tomorrow.We also read Genesis 41 and 42 today.God bless you today and every day. Trust in Him and let your life's burdens be lifted in His name.
On 1/18 we read Matthew 12:24-50 and Genesis 43, 44 and 45.Yesterday, 1/19 we read Matthew 13:1-30 and Genesis 46, 47 and 48. Today we will read Matthew 13:31-58. We'll also finish reading Genesis (ch. 49 and 50)
Today we read Matthew 14 and Exodus 1, 2 and 3.Contents:Death of John the Baptist. (1-12) Five thousand people miraculously fed. (13-21) Jesus walks upon the sea. (22-33) Jesus healing the sick. (34-36)Do not be a timid Christian. Be proud of your faith in the almighty savior. When men pretend to favour the gospel, yet live in evil, we must not favour their self-delusion, but must deliver our consciences as John did.
>>103566>ContentsContents of Matthew 14*
On 1/22/2021 we read Exodus 4,5 and 6Today we'll read Matthew 15. God bless you every day.
Yesterday 1/24/2021 we read Exodus 7, 8 and 9.Today we'll read Matthew 16 and Exodus 10, 11, 12 and 13.Play close attention to Jesus' warning against the doctrines of the Pharisees. Those Jews who did not see in Him the messiah will be damned.God bless you today.
Yesterday, 1/26/2021 we read Matthew 17 and Exodus 14 and 15.
On 1/27/2021 we read Matthew 18:1-20 and Exodus 16, 17 and 18.Today, we read Matthew 18:21-35 and Exodus 19 and 20.Ask Christ for forgiveness if you've done wrong. We're not our mistakes or our sin. He loves you.
On 1/29/2021 we read Matthew 19, and Exodus 21 and 22.We read about Jesus' teachings on who will first enter into the Kingdom of heaven. And in Exodus we read about God's laws to Israel, who were brought out of the land of Egypt by God through Moses. On 1/30/2021 we read Matthew 20:1-16 and Exodus 23 and 24.We read Jesus' parable to his disciples of how many would be called to the Kingdom of heaven, how few will be chosen, and though the Jews were first called into the vineyard, at length the gospel should be preached to the Gentiles, and they will be admitted to equal privileges and advantages with the Jews, and will come before God first. Moreover, many who begin last, and promise little in religion, sometimes by the blessing of God arrive at a great deal of knowledge, grace, and usefulness in His name. Today, we read Matthew 20:17-34 and Exodus 25 and 26.God bless you every day and may your heart be filled with love.
Catching up from 2/1/2021 we'll read Matthew 21 and 22 and Exodus 27-33
Catching up from 2/4/21 we'll read Matthew 23 and 24, and finish Exodus (33-40)God bless you.
>>103898Where's the part about Christ's representatives on earth raping little boys coming up?
>>103908You might be thinking about Judaism
Catching up from 2/8/2021 we'll read Matthew 25 and 26. We'll also begin reading Leviticus.Leviticus 1-5The living God sacrificed his only son for your salvation, and all that is required is your faith in Him.God bless you today, and God bless us all.
On 2/13/2021 we read Leviticus 6-14
daily kpop anon is more based
Today, we read Matthew 27:1-26 and Leviticus 15 and 16.May the Lord fill you with love and compassion on each and every blessed day.
Today, 2/15/21, we will read Matthew 27:27-50 - leading into Jesus's final moments towards His crucifixion and ultimate sacrifice and gift to us all. We'll also be reading Leviticus 17 and 18.Jesus Christ is Lord of lords and King of kings.
>>103987>literal admission of idolatry
Today we'll be finishing up this chapter of Matthew from 27:51-66, ending at Christ's entombment. We will also read Leviticus 19 & 20.God bless you and God bless us all.
Today we read Matthew 28, ending Matthew and fulfilling the prophecy. We will also read Leviticus 21 & 22.Jesus is the truth. Look to him for all your answers.
>>104025>Lev. 18:22 Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.
Today we begin Mark 1:1-22 and read LEV. 23, 24.God bless you today.
Today, we read Mark 1:23-45 and Leviticus 25.Jesus saves. Walk in His grace and you will be forgiven.
Today, 2/20/21, we will read Mark 2, and finish Leviticus at 26 & 27.God bless.
Catching up from yesterday we'll read Mark 3 and Numbers 1, 2, 3 & 4.Jesus loves you. Pray that we and all the rest of the world can find meaning and purpose through Him. God bless.
Today we read Mark 4:1-20 and Numbers 5 & 6.When things look grim, let the Lord light your path forward and always. Think of what He had endured for all our sakes, and what awaits us after this life is over. Jesus saves.
Today we'll read Mark 4:21-41 & Numbers 7 & 8.Jesus calms. Let your heart beat still knowing you are protected by Him.
>>103205poo poo loo loo
Today, 2/25/21, we will read Mark 5:1-20 and Numbers 9, 10 & 11.God bless you always.
Today we read Mark 5:21-43 and Numbers 12, 13 & 14.God bless you today.
Catching up from yesterday we will read Mark 6:1-56 and numbers 15, 16, 17, 18 and 18 as well.God bless you forever and always.
Today, 3/01/21, we will read Mark 7:1-37 and Numbers 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 & 25.Christ is the cure.
Damn, I love this Bible
>>104301darn tootin YEEHAW!
Today we'll read Mark 8:1-21 and Numbers 26 & 27.God bless you.
Today we read Mark 8:22-38 and Numbers 28, 29 & 30.God bless.
Today, 3/04/21, we'll read Mark 9:1-29 and Numbers 31, 32 & 33. All things are possible for those that believe in Him.
Today we will read Mark 9:30-50 and finish up Numbers with 34, 35 & 36.Reading Mark 9:42 it makes very clear to us that The Lord forbids the harming of young and innocent children Absolutely. Don't fall into the treachery of subverters who attempt to slander Him and His Word by returning to this true and honest fact.May the Lord lead you toward all the answers you need.
Today we read Mark 10:1-31 and begin Deuteronomy with chapters 1 & 2.With God all things are possible.
Today, 3/07/21, we will read Mark 10:32-52 and Deuteronomy 3 & 4.May The Lord grant you the power to see through things with eyes unclouded. God bless.
Keep up the good work OP, I'm a little slow (a page of each book currently in progress) but your guidance is helpful.
Today we'll read Mark 11:1-18 and Deuteronomy 5, 6 & 7.God bless you.
Today we will read Mark 11:19-33 and Deuteronomy 8, 9 & 10.God bless.
Today we read Mark 12:1-27 and Deuteronomy 11, 12 & 13.He is before all things.
Today, 3/11/21, we will read Mark 12:28-44 and Deuteronomy 14, 15 & 16.Give, and you will receive.
Today we'll read Mark 13:1-20 and Deuteronomy 17, 18, 19.And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.
Today we will read Mark 13:21-37 and Deuteronomy 20, 21, 22.God bless you this day.
Today we read Mark 14:1-26 and Deuteronomy 23, 24, 25.God bless you.
Today we read Mark 14:27-43 and Deuteronomy 26 & 27.All prophecies will be fulfilled.
Today, 3/16/21, we will read Mark 14:54-72 and Deuteronomy 28 & 29.God bless you every day.
Catching up from yesterday we will read Mark 15:1-47 and Deuteronomy 30, 31, 32, 33 & 34.Repent and be saved through Christ's blessing to us all.
Today we'll be finishing Mark at Mark 16 and beginning Joshua 1, 2 & 3.God bless.
Today we begin reading Luke from Luke 1:1-20 and continue with Josh from 4, 5 & 6.God bless you.
Today we read Luke 1:21-38 and Josh 7, 8 & 9.God bless you today and always.
Today, 3/22/21, we'll read Luke 1:39-56 and Josh 10, 11 & 12.
Today we read Luke 1:57-80 and Josh 13, 14 & 15.
Catching up from yesterday we'll read Luke 2:1-52 and Joshua 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21.
Today we will read Luke 3 and Josh 22, 23 & 24.
Today we'll read Luke 4:1-30 and begin Judges 1, 2 & 3.
Today, 3/28/21, we'll read Luke 4:31-44 and Judges 4, 5 & 6.
Catching up from yesterday we will read Luke 5:1-39 and Judges 7, 8, 9 & 10.
Today we will read Luke 6:1-26 and Judges 11 & 12.
Today we'll read Luke 6:1-26 and Judges 11 & 12.
This Easter, the day which we celebrate Christ's resurrection, we will read Luke 7:31-50 and 8:1-25. We will also be finishing Judges 13, 20 & 21 and beginning and ending Ruth with 1, 2, 3 & 4.The Lord has gifted us opportunity to be forgiven more simply through his sacrifice. Believe and follow in his footsteps as best you can and you will be saved.
Is it common to read two different parts at the same time? Is this order standardized by any denominations? Is it up to the reader?
Today, 4/06/21, we will read Luke 8:26-56 & 9:1-18. We will also read 1 Samuel 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6.
>>103205Is this a Christian board? Good.
Today we read Luke 9:18-62 and 1 Samuel 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12.
>>105295AFAIK it's the verses from the 1611 reading guide
Today we will read Luke 10:1-42 and 1 Samuel 13, 14, 15 & 16.
Today we'll be reading Luke 11:1-28 and 1 Samuel 17 & 18. God bless you.
We'll be catching up for the past few days and read Luke 11:29-54 & 12:1-31 and 1 Samuel 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 & 24.Lord bless us.
Catching up like before we'll read Luke 12:1-59 and 1 Samuel 22, 23, 24, 25 & 26.
Today we will be reading Luke 13:1-35 and 1 Samuel 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31.
Today, 02/26/21, we will be reading Luke 14:1-35 and begin reading 2 Samuel 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5.
Today we read Luke 15:1 - 31 and 2 Samuel 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11.
Today we'll be reading Luke 16 and 17:1-19. We will also be reading 2 Samuel 12, 13, 14 & 15.
Today, 05/01/21, we will read Luke 18:1-43 and 2 Samuel 19, 20, 21 & 22.
Today we will read Luke 19:1-48 2 Samuel 23 & 24 and begin reading 1 Kings 1 & 2.
>>103205>is a Christian boardplease kys
Today we will be reading Luke 20:1-47 and 1 Kings 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7.
Today we'll be reading Luke 21:1-38 and 1 Kings 8, 9, 10 & 11.
>>106271Shan't listen to you, keep it up OP.
Today we read Luke 22:1-46 and 1 Kings 12, 13, 14 & 15.
Today, 5/19/21, we will read Luke 22:47-71 and 23:1-25. We will also be reading 1 Kings 16, 17, 18, 19 & 20.
Today we'll read Luke 23:6-56 & 24:1-35. We will also read 1 Kings 21 & 22 and 2 Kings 1, 2 & 3.
Today we read Luke 24:36-53 and John 1:1-28. We will also read 2 Kings 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9.
Today we will read John 1:29-59 & 2. We'll also be reading 2 Kings 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14.
Thank you OP
Today, 06/02/21, we will read John 3:1-36 and 2 Kings 15, 16, 17 & 18.
Today we'll be reading John 4:1-54 and 2 Kings 19, 20, 21, 22, 23.May God bless us each and every day.
On June 6th we read John 5 and finish reading 2 Kings 24 and 25. We also started on 1 Chronicles 1, 2 and 3.
On June 7th we read John 6 and 1 Chronicles 4-9Today we'll read 1 Chronicles 10-15.God bless you all and have a wonderful day.
Today we read John 7 & 8 and 1 Chronicles 16-21God bless
Today we read John 9 and finish reading 1 Chronicles (22-29)God bless you every day
Catching up from yesterday: on 11 June, 2021 we read John 10 and 2 Chronicles 1-6.Today we will read John 11 and 2 Chr. 7-12
Catching up, we'll read three chapters of the New Testament, John 12-15. We'll also be reading 2 Chr. 12-24 (to catch up from 6/12/21.
Today we read John 16 and 17 and 2 Chronicles 25-27.God bless you every day!
On 6/17/21 (Thu) we read John 18 and 2 Chr. 28-33Today we'll continue and read John 19 and finish reading 2nd Chronicles 33-36.
Today, 6/19/21 (Sat) we read John 19-21 and begin Ezra 1-5.The messiah Christ has died for our sins. We ought to place our complete faith in Him. We are so blessed to have Him work through us
Catching up from 6/19/21:On 6/20/21 we read Acts 1,2 and 3 (this is some of my personal favorite) and finished Ezra (6-10)Today we read Acts 4 and 5... and also Esther 1-5 (that's a lot but we are finished catching up.)Amen! God bless the world!
>>108169Thank you for keeping this going throughout the year, the guidance has been helpful. Best wishes, anon
Today, 06/22/21:We read Acts 6, in which God calls up men to become part of the church, but not everything for the church. God will always raise us up in different ways to serve Him and His word.At this point in Acts, Satan wants nothing more than to divide Christians and the church. Jesus' ministry is growing, and the synagogue of Satan creates false narratives and witnesses against Christ's disciples, plotting how they can destroy them. It seems as though the more God's word is spread and men answer the call of duty, Satan lashes out with evil to divide us, even today.We also read Esther 6,7 and 8.Amen!God bless the world!Jesus is King!
>>108172God bless you and be with you forever, anon!
Today 6/23/21:We read Acts 7:1-21 and finish reading Esther (9, 10)Those in Israel had become the betrayers and murderers -- they had received the law by the direction of angels and did not keep it. They murdered Jesus, Through Stephen's sermons, martyrdom and Jesus' word*, it became abundantly clear that the old traditions and beliefs of Judaism could not coincide with Christianity.* Matthew 9:17Neither do men put new wine into old bottles: else the bottles break, and the wine runneth out, and the bottles perish: but they put new wine into new bottles, and both are preserved.Of course the scribes and the Pharisees were enraged and began to gnash their teeth -- an act Jesus associated with the description of Hell.
Today, 6/24/21:We will read Acts 7:22-43.We will also begin reading Job (chapters 1 and 2)
Catching up from 6/25/21 to today, 6/26/21:We finish Acts 7 (44-60) and read Acts 8: 1-25and we'll read Job 3-7.Amen! God bless you!
Today, 6/27/21:We read Acts 8:26-40 and Job 8, 9 and 10.Amen!
Today, 6/28/21:We start Acts 9(:1-21) and we'll also read Job 11, 12, and 13.God bless all of you!
Catching up from 6/29/21, today (6/30/21):We'll finish reading Acts 9 and begin on Acts 10:1-23.We'll also be reading Job 14-19.God bless you all every day.
Catching up from 7/1/21, today (7/2/21),We'll finish Acts 10 and read Acts 11 and Job 20-24.Fear God only, andGod bless you.
Today, 7/3/21 we read Acts 12 and Job 25-27Amen!
From 7/4/2021, today 7/5/21:We'll read Acts 13 and Job 28-31
Today, 7/6/21 we read Acts 14 and Job 32 and 33.God bless you and be with you.
Today, 7/8/21 we'll catch up from 7/7/21 and read:Acts 14 and 15:1-21 and Job 34-37
Today, 7/9/21 we'll read:Acts 16:1-21 and Job 38-40God bless you and Amen!
Today, 7/11/21 we'll catch up from 7/10/21 and finish reading Acts 16 and Acts 17:1-15 as well as finishing Job.We'll also read Psalms 1, 2 and 3.God be with youAmen!
Thank you for the wonderful thread. I don't always keep up but I try and stop by every now and again and read where you've all left off. God bless you brother.
Today we will be reading Acts 17:16-34 and Psalms 4, 5 & 6.Your allegiance is with God and not the works of mankind. Do not turn a blind eye to institutions which say they are in God's name but do so counter his word. Be vigilant, and be safe. God bless.
Catching up from 7/14/21 - today 7/15/21 we'll read:Acts 19 and Psalms 7 - 15
Today 7/16/21 we'll read Acts 20 and Psalms 16 & 17.God bless you and Amen!
Today, 7/17/21 we'll read Acts 21 and Psalms 18-25
Today, 7/18/21 we re-read:Psalms 23
catching up from 7/18/21 we'll read:Acts 22 and 23 and Psalms 26-30.God bless everyone. Amen.
catching up from 7/21/21, today (7/23/21) we'll read:Acts 24 and Psalms 31-34