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67th Day-O, where’d my ‘A’ go? (Hab 1:1- Zech 10:12)

I went ahead and ripped through the rest of Zechariah and Malachi.  Hard to believe we knocked out that much reading in 67 days!  Quite an accomplishment with everything else going on in life.  Stay faithful friends and saints.  The riches of reading all of God’s words far outweigh any knowledge and satisfaction gained from watching Celebrity Apprentice.

 Just a few books to highlight and we are moving on to the New Testament~~

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Sixty-sixth day of B90X (Amos 9:11- Nahum 3:19)

Who says there isn’t anything good in the last twelve books of the Old Testament?  It is packed full of many verses we see on calendars, daily scripture flip charts, and encouraging verses of the day.  Yah sure there is some of the difficult stuff we don’t understand because of culture and when it happened, but who doesn’t like “The LORD is good, a refuge in times of trouble.  He cares for those who trust in him,” (Nahum 1:7)?  That is hopeful material!

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Day 61 of B90X (Ez 23:40- Ez 35:15)

Ezekiel the Watchman

How are things going?  Keep up the good work.  Regardless of where you are on the schedule, I am certain Father is working in each of your hearts.  Whether you are already finished, right on the date, or no where near where you want to be, it is OK.  Father is just so glad you are reading every one of His words.  This is not easy.  It requires much diligence and fortitude.  It is so doable though.  We only have 29 days to go!  I was talking to someone today who said, I am going to finish with everyone else if it kills me.  She reads in the car (not driving), during TV commercials, in bed, at work on breaks, everywhere she can.  Others around  her are getting an earful on what it is we are all about.  You go girl!  Continue reading

Day 52 B90X (Is 41:19- Is 52:12)

Good Monday Friends~

 I hope your weekend was what you needed.  Happy Presidents Day!  What a great country we live in.  Please continue to pray for all that happens in our nation as we continue to shine brightly in our generation. 

 We have turned a corner in our OT literature and are now at the threshold of the major and minor oracles used by Father to ongoingly proclaim His words.  Isaiah is so well placed, because there is so much material that goes both the direction of judgment and hope.  Some of the other prophets can lean the judgment way a bit too much leaving little room for our contemporary readers to be encouraged.  Isaiah is so chock full of encouraging scripture.  As I read today, so many of them really spoke to me. Continue reading