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Wisdom Gone Viral

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 26 Solomon's wisdom went viral before the existence of social media, "And men of all nations, from all the kings of the earth who had heard of his wisdom, came to hear the wisdom of Solomon" (1 Kings 4:34). Solomon's wisdom, insight and understanding-his fame-spread to "all the surrounding nations" (4:31). No one else as wise as Solomon existed, and everyone desired to benefit from his wisdom. Some... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 26
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God's Role for Israel in the World

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 25 When God blessed Abram, He blessed the world, "And in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed" (Gen. 12:3). It is through the nation of Israel that God gives the promises regarding the coming Redeemer and the pictures of sacrifice that interpret His redemption of humanity. Israel's story is the world's story; therefore, when people hear who God is for Israel, some respond in faith. They... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 25
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A Building or a Haven?

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 24 A conditional promise accompanies the inauguration of Solomon's temple. Lest Solomon or Israel think that having a temple will ensure God's presence regardless of the people's behavior, the LORD warns, "But if you turn away and forsake My statutes and My commandments which I have set before you, and go and serve other gods, and worship them, then I will uproot them from My land which I have given them; and... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 24
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Meeting Place Between God and His People

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 23 At its inauguration Israel's temple stands out from all other temples. Its Most Holy place, where the ark of the covenant dwells, is filled with God's glory, "And it came to pass, when the priests came out of the holy place, that the cloud filled the house of the LORD, so that the priests could not continue ministering because of the cloud; for the glory of the LORD filled the house of the LORD" (1 Kings... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 23
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Out with the Old, In with the New

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 22 The furnishings made for the Tent of Meeting by the craftsmen under Moses' leadership are nearly five hundred years old and probably a bit shabby when Solomon builds the temple. A new temple requires new furnishings. Therefore, Solomon commissions Huram of Tyre to construct and decorate new furnishings, plus a pillar to stand on each side of the Temple's entry. Each pillar is named: Jakin, the name of the south... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 22
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A Place with a Past

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 21 "And the temple which I build will be great, for our God is greater than all gods. But who is able to build Him a temple, since heaven and the heaven of heavens cannot contain Him?" (2 Chron. 2:5-6). God commanded Abraham to take Isaac to Mount Moriah and sacrifice him there. It was on Mount Moriah that God provided a substitute (Gen. 22). It was on Mount Moriah that Abraham worshiped God in gratitude for His... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 21
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Wisdom and Bible Literacy

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 20 "Now, O Lord my God, You have made Your servant king instead of my father David, but I am a little child; I do not know how go out or come in . . . . Therefore give to Your servant an understanding heart to judge Your people, that I may discern between good and evil. For who is able to judge this great people of Yours?" (1 Kings 3:7,9). Many who enter politics today "fake it until they make it." They... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 20
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The God of Jacob

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 19 Numerous times throughout the Psalms the Psalmist refers to God as "the God of Jacob." Why not "the God of Abraham" or "the God of Isaac"? Numerous chapters of the book of Genesis cover Jacob's 136 years, chronicling the beginning of his life in utero until his death in Egypt. Jacob begins his life poorly as a schemer and suffers the consequences of self-reliance. He only learns to trust God... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 19
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Review, Review, Review!

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 18 Israel's forefathers passed down their history to their children's children. They were committed to Bible literacy, "What we have heard and known, and our fathers have told us . . . we will not hide . . . telling to the generation to come the praises of the LORD, and His strength and His wonderful works that He has done . . . that the generation to come might know them, the children who would be born, that they may... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 18
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Assessing the Wicked and Their Wealth

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 17 Prosperity, possessions, and position often "pad the nests" of the wealthy and prevent them from experiencing the struggles faced by those without such advantages. The writer of Psalm 73 finds himself struggling with envy as he compares his circumstances with those of the wicked who prosper, "But as for me, my feet had almost stumbled; my steps had nearly slipped. For I was envious of the boastful, when I... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 17
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Songs Leave Fingerprints

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 16 Before David passes the baton of leadership to Solomon, he prepares Israel to become a community of worshipers by separating the sons of Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun to "prophesy with harps, stringed instruments, and cymbals" and to "give thanks and praise to the LORD" (1 Chron. 25:1, 3). They are "instructed in the songs of the LORD" (25:7) so that they may lead Israel in worship. At least... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 16
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Peace and God-awareness

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 15 The only peace some people experience is the temporary "numbness" that comes from a prescription or liquor bottle. David experiences peace--God-initiated peace--in the midst of life's turmoil. How? David lives with an awareness of God's presence. He knows that God knows him. Knows his past. Knows his present. Knows his purpose. David does not live in isolation. Even in his thought life, "You... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 15
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Mercy for Me, Judgment for You

The One Year® Chronology Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 14 The Bible is an unsanitized story about a real God, who has a real relationship with real people, who have real problems. Had the Author of the Bible sanitized its story, no man would have hope. Every people group has a story of origins, but no story compares to the Bible's narrative. It begins with God's creative goodness, bringing all creation, including mankind, into being, His great wisdom in giving man a... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 14
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Using Your Position to Honor God

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 13 Early in his reign, David understands that his position as Israel's king comes with great responsibility. Psalm 101 reflects David's desire to honor the LORD in his new position, "I will behave wisely in a perfect way" (101:2a). "I will set nothing wicked before my eyes" (101:3a). "I will not know wickedness" (101:4b). "Early I will destroy all the wicked of the land, that I may... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 13
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Blessing and the Revelation of His Ways

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 12 "God be merciful to us and bless us, and cause His face to shine upon us, that Your way may be known on earth, Your salvation among all nations" (Ps. 67:1-2). Adam and Eve's rebellion alienates their descendants from God. Every person is born with a sin nature and needs to be born again, spiritually. God promises the first couple redemption through a coming Seed of a woman, who will crush the serpent's... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 12
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Life Got You Bogged Down?

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 11 David's psalms open a window to his heart and mental anguish as he navigates a life peppered with challenges and failure. David failed Israel and his own family when he committed adultery and murder. Imagine having to live with the emotional fallout of such failure! Past failures take joy captive and replace it with despair. Psalm 40:1-4 reveals several truths that cast light on how David turned the desolation of... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 11
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Heartache and Worship

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 10 Seventy-five of the Psalms are attributed to David (seventy-three have his signature; Jesus attributes Psalm 2 to him, while the author of Hebrews attributes Psalm 95 to him). One-third of these flow from the days of his conflict with his son Absalom. David's greatest worship flows out of a heart broken by the grief of betrayal and loss. Betrayal and loss cause deep pain, and out of the cocoon of pain either... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 10
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The Life that Prays

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 9 Throughout the Psalms, David exemplifies "casting your care upon Him, for He cares for you" (1 Peter 5:7). David is a man of prayer. The psalms reveals why he is a man of prayer: David cared deeply about righteousness (unrighteousness frustrated him), David prayed against evil and evildoers, "Give them according to their deeds, and according to the wickedness of their endeavors; give them... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 9
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The Shepherd Heart of God

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 8 David has spent his youth tending sheep (one of the oldest professions of man-Gen. 4:2). His knowledge of the needs of sheep and the importance of good shepherding are therefore foundational to his leadership as Israel's king and to his understanding of who God is for His people. David did for his flock on a small scale what he does for Israel as their king. He merely reflects who God is for His people--their Shepherd.... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 8
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God's Glory and His Story

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 7 Creation declares God's glory, while the Bible tells His Story. No man can miss God's glory. Both day and night communicate continuously the glory and majesty of God to every man in every tongue and language. The psalmist ascribes a voice to all of creation-"Day unto day utters speech, and night unto night reveals knowledge. There is no speech nor language where their voice is not heard. Their line has gone... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 7
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Summary of a Good Life

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 6 David was obviously introduced to the Bible's narrative as a teenager. He had no idea, however, that he would be part of that narrative, studied by millions. The Bible narratives chronicle God's dealings with David, while David's psalms provide insight into his spiritual formation. David's "last words" capture the essence of his life, "Now these are the last words of David. Thus says David... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 6
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Positions of Power Attract Self-Seekers

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 5 David thoroughly prepares Israel for building a magnificent temple for the Name of the LORD. A significant glitch occurred toward the end of his life, however, that appears to jeopardize the smooth transition of leadership to Solomon. Adonijah, David's son by Haggith, seeks to seize the kingdom for himself. He "exalted himself and said, 'I will be king'" (1 Kings 1:5). Adonijah is the eldest son... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 5
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Wise Counsel to Sons

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 4 Death's approach has a way of prompting men to ponder their legacies. David fulfills his legacy by giving sacrificially to the LORD's house, preparing the Levites for their future, and by giving wise counsel to his son. He gives his wealth "because I have set my affection on the house of my God" (1 Chron. 29:3), a gift that motivates Israel's leaders also to give joyfully and sacrificially to the LORD.... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 4
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Order Works

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 3 "For by the last words of David the Levites were numbered from twenty years old and above . . . by number according to the ordinance governing them, regularly before the LORD" (1 Chron. 23:27,31). Good leaders have a penchant for understanding and implementing effective structures so that their organizations function smoothly. Further, good leaders plan for the future, not merely for the present. David... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 3
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The Bait of Satan

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 2 "Now Satan stood up against Israel, and moved David to number Israel" (1 Chron. 21:1). David orders Joab to take a census of Israel's army. At the end of nine months, Joab reports his final tally, minus the tribes of Levi and Benjamin. Immediately, God confronts David for his foolishness--it isn't pretty! David's moral failure of adultery and his cover-up attempt have tarnished his greatness as... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 2
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Theology That Sings

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), May 1 While the chronicler narrates David's journey to the throne of Israel and his tenure on the throne, David himself records songs and psalms that illuminate his theology--the beliefs about God that ground his emotions during turbulent times. The song recorded in 2 Samuel 22 and Psalm 18 are one and the same. Rich theology fills both passages: The LORD is worthy of praise and hears those who cry out to... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at May 1
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Repairing Relationships

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 30 It takes three years of drought before David prays about the cause of the drought. The LORD connects the dots between the lack of rain and Saul's breaking covenant with the Gibeonites, "It is because of Saul and his bloodthirsty house, because he killed the Gibeonites" (2 Sam. 21:1). Afraid of the Israelites as they began conquering the land of Canaan the Gibeonites deceived Joshua and Israel by... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 30
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Mid-air Crisis

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 29 Some men go through mid-life crisis; Absalom's life, however, ends in a mid-air crisis. While on the battlefield Absalom's head gets caught in a tree. He is "left hanging between heaven and earth"-literally and figuratively (2 Sam. 18:9). Earlier in the story, the Scriptures describe Absalom's appearance, "Now in all Israel there was no one who was praised as much as Absalom for his good... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 29
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Three Men and a Crisis

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 28 "When David was a little past the top of the mountain, there was Ziba . . ." (2 Sam 16:1). 2 Samuel 16 describes David's encounter with two men (Ziba and Shimei) while he is on the run from Absalom. They represent three kinds of men that appear during a crisis. Ziba , an opportunist, misleads David concerning Mephibosheth to steal Mephibosheth's property/inheritance. David ,... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 28
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Fleshly Lust and Wicked Counsel

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 27 Amnon is obsessed with the beauty of his half-sister, Tamar. His desire becomes a sickness that goes viral. Jonadab, his cousin, devises a plan for Amnon to get what he wants. Amnon pretends to be ill and requests that his father grant him access to Tamar's culinary skills. David grants his wish. Tamar bakes Amnon the bread that he requests. He refuses to eat in front of the servants, sending them away. Taking... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 27
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Exposed

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 26 "And when her mourning was over, David sent and brought her to his house, and she became his wife and bore him a son. But the thing that David had done displeased the LORD" (2 Sam. 11:27). It seems today that celebrities can't do anything in secret; the paparazzi post themselves around their homes, tail their cars, and even tap their phones to uncover juicy celebrity tidbits. Rulers, however, seem to get... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 26
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When Kindness Backfires

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 25 Sometimes kindness backfires. It has nothing to do with the one expressing the kindness, but with the one receiving the kindness. This person may have a kindness-receptor flawed by suspicion-ascribing ulterior motives to the benefactor. That's exactly what happened with King David and Hanun, "It happened after this that the king of the people of Ammon died, and Hanun his son reigned in his place. Then David... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 25
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His Story, Our Story

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 24 Hundreds of years have passed since the LORD revealed to his servant Moses that Israel would one day be blessed with a permanent place of worship (Deuteronomy 12). It would be a place chosen by God "to put His Name" (Deut. 12:5,21). Israel would go "there" to make sacrifices, offer their offerings, and show their gratitude to God (12:6-7, 11, 14, 18, 26-27). After years of warfare, King David... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 24
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Private and Public Worship

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 23 The song recorded in 1 Chronicles 16 grants a look into David's happy heart. Joy bubbles up when he recalls the promises of God to Abraham regarding a land, descendants, and a people. A thousand years later David himself has become a part of that fulfillment! Who would have thought it? David's personal identity is enmeshed in the promises of God regarding a land and a people. David acknowledges: ... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 23
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The Chase: Pursuing God's Heart

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 22 The early days of David's reign reveal his heart after God. David seeks the LORD when attacked by the Philistines. On two occasions the Philistines pursue David in the Valley of Rephaim. Both times, David seeks the LORD, and the LORD makes him victorious (2 Sam. 5:17-25). He doesn't assume that God's direction for the first conflict is the same for the second conflict. In fact, God instructs him... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 22
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Twists and Turns in David's Story

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 21 From the Patriarchal Era comes a promise that won't begin its fulfillment for almost a thousand years. Jacob blesses his son Judah on his deathbed, "The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh comes; and to Him shall be the obedience of the people" (Genesis 49:10). Following the "Judah" thread throughout the metanarrative captures a truth about... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 21
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Premier Leadership Team

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 20 David learns much about leadership by the negative example of his predecessor, King Saul. David was a blessing to King Saul and his army, but because of paranoia and pride, Saul sought to assassinate his greatest asset. Saul reigned by fear and drove away those who might challenge his leadership. David, on the other hand, surrounds himself with mighty men, "who strengthened themselves with him in his kingdom, with... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 20
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The Backlash of Disobedience

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 19 Hundreds of years before the Kingdom Era, Moses records God's promise regarding the Amalekites, who had fought against Israel during the early days of their departure from Egypt: "Then the LORD said to Moses, 'Write this for a memorial in the book and recount it in the hearing of Joshua, that I will utterly blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven"" (Ex. 17:14). Moses repeats this... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 19
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Scrambled Thoughts and Where They Take Us

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 18 Beware of the thoughts that you entertain. It won't be long before you fulfill them. David has been on the run from Saul for over a decade. He still has about two years to go (though he is unaware that the end of running is in sight) before the tribe of Judah crowns him king. Fearful, negative, and suspicious thoughts have a way of laying their eggs in our minds until they hatch. That's what happens with David,... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 18
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Psychopathic Leaders

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 17  "So it was, when David had finished speaking these words to Saul, that Saul said, 'Is this your voice, my son David?" And Saul lifted up his voice and wept. Then he said to David: 'You are more righteous than I; for you have rewarded me with good, whereas I have rewarded you with evil'" (1 Sam. 24:16-17). Sometimes little men live in big bodies. King Saul is such a man. He stands... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 17
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The Caves of Life

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 16  David is a God-centered man, reduced to living in caves. David spends more than a decade of his life fleeing the assassination attempts of King Saul. Many of those days and weeks are spent hiding in caves. That must have been excruciating for this former shepherd boy, used to the open sky! How did he make that transition so joyfully? Psalm 57:1 offers a clue, "Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 16
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Interpreting Life

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 15  David's quiet, private life as a shepherd changes forever when the prophet Samuel shows up at his house and anoints him future king of Israel. More than a decade will pass before David actually takes the throne of Judah. David spends the gap between the anointing and the inauguration running for his life. Like looking through a keyhole to see what's in a room, Psalm 34 and other psalms reveal the inner... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 15
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Leadership Development 101

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 14   God develops His leaders in obscurity. They rarely look like much to those around them. While among the sheep and under God's watchful eye, David hones his sling shot skills to pinpoint accuracy. He kills a lion and a bear to protect his father's sheep (1 Sam. 17:34-36). He develops his musical skills as he lies beneath the twinkle of God's stars while meditating on and worshiping His greatness.... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 14
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Epic Fail

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013) April 13  A mentoring relationship would have done wonders for Saul as he began his leadership role as king over Israel. Samuel was accessible to Saul, but Saul decided to "wing it," to his own detriment and the detriment of his people. 1 Samuel 15 details the foolish steps that led to Saul's rejection by God. Saul ignores Bible literacy and his spiritual formation. Back in Deuteronomy 17, the LORD... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 13
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Big Ego or Great Faith?

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 12 The proverbs describing a child's likeness to his parents, "An apple doesn"t fall far from the tree," and, "Like father, like son," could not be further from the truth in Saul and Jonathan's relationship. Jonathan interprets his and Israel's circumstances through a high view of God. Therefore he and his armor bearer take on an enemy outpost by themselves. God honors his faith in... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 12
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A King and a Poor Beginning

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 11  Tall stature and good looks don't make for a good leader. Little men often reside in handsome and large bodies. Such is Israel's first king. Samuel anoints Saul as Israel's first king and warns him and the people of Israel about Bible literacy and obedience, "If you fear the LORD and serve Him and obey His voice, and do not rebel against the commandment of the LORD, then both you and the king... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 11
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No Lucky Charms

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 10  During the transition between the Judges Era and the Kingdom Era, the ark of the covenant loses its original meaning and purpose. It no longer symbolizes the sacred meeting place between Holy God and sinners, but has become a lucky charm. Though Israel and her priesthood live sinfully before the Lord, they think that to have the ark of the covenant in their midst is to have God's blessing of protection. Much... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 10
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Failed Leadership

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 9   As go the leaders, so often go the sons. Eli's sons are no different from the Israelites around them; they too do what is right in their own eyes: His sons are unregenerate. They are "corrupt; they did not know the LORD" (1 Sam. 2:12). His sons use the ministry for personal gain. They scorn the LORD's sacrifice and offering by making "yourselves fat with the best of all the... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 9
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Transitions

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 8 Several events occur that transition Israel from the Judges Era to the Kingdom Era . These events reveal the providential working of God as His linear purposes unfold: The birth of Ruth and Boaz's son, Obed, introduces the lineage of David, Israel's second king (though they are unaware of the importance of Obed's birth in the overarching story). Often the events of our lives resemble puzzle pieces... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 8
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God in the Dark

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), April 7  Naomi spends a large portion of her adult life in the dark. In Moab. She, her husband, and their two boys flee Israel during a time of oppression due to Israel's disobedience. Moses had warned Israel to obey the LORD and promised God's blessing upon them, "Blessed shall be your basket and your kneading bowl" (Deut. 28:5). Sadly, Israel disobeyed the LORD and experienced His curse instead,... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Apr 7
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