Blogging whole chapters of the Bible in one post.
As we move through the book of 2 Kings, we’ve seen a lot of deceit, mayhem, conniving, and war. We see who was, and who wasn’t, on God’s side. In Case You Missed It! In my last post, we took a look at 2 Kings chapters 7 & 8, HERE.
The first two chapters of 2 Kings starts with miracles and wonders! Here, you will read about Elisha’s “double portion,” received when he witnessed Elijah taken up by chariots of fire. There’s much to glean, so be sure and read along as we go through these amazing chapters! In Case
1 Kings chapters 17 & 18 show us some great things concerning Elijah. It’s amazing to think about the things that happened here, as they’re recorded. Read along with me today as we peer into that chapter of Elijah’s life. In Case You Missed It! I went through 1 Kings
Wow! One more day of The Acts Challenge 2019, folks! Have you read along? If not, just click on my home page and scroll down to find day one, and you can easily catch up. And please feel free to add any discussion points that come to mind! In this
Here in Chapter 26 of the book of Acts, Paul is heard by king Agrippa, with Festus looking on. As The Acts Challenge 2019 draws to a close, I want to thank you for joining me for this amazing journey and I pray that God has opened your eyes to
Here we are today in 1 Kings 11 & 12 and I think it’s quite an interesting read. For Solomon to have gone from being who he WAS to who he IS NOW in these readings, it’s amazing to have seen take place. But such are the stories of the
Day 25 of The Acts Challenge 2019! Today, Festus hears from both the Jews and Paul, with lots more to read about as well. Only 3 more days left! I hope you join me! The Jews Ask to Kill Paul (Vs. 1) Now when Festus was come into the province,
Paul has been taken to Rome, to have his “case” heard before Governor Felix. In this chapter, Ananias and others come down to make their accusations and, once again, Paul denies their claims, telling his own version of the story. I love that they call him the “ring leader.” Kinda
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