Sunday, September 30, 2018

September 30, 2018

Readings for this week:

30 September                       Isaiah 59-60/Psalms 110-111                    

01 October                 Isaiah 61-62/Hebrews 12              

02 October                 Isaiah 63-64/Hebrews 13              

03 October                 Isaiah 65-66/John 1            

04 October                 Jeremiah 1-2/Psalms 112-113       

05 October                 Jeremiah 3-4/John 2           

06 October                 Jeremiah 5-6/John 3           


Things to look for as you read this week:

  • Like Proverbs, what does Psalm 111 say is the beginning of wisdom?
  • Where do you find the well-loved verse "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever"?
  • Who asks, "Can anything good come out of Nazareth?"


    Last week's answers:
  • Hebrews tells us that Jesus is a priest along the lines of what mysterious Old Testament figure from the time of Abraham? (Melchizedek—Hebrews 6 and 7)
  • In Isaiah, God's Word is likened to rain and snow. Why? (His Word achieves the purpose for which He sent it, just as the rain and snow water the earth and its crops.—Isaiah 55:10-11)
  • According to Hebrews, what cannot possibly take away sin? (The blood of sacrificial bulls and goats—Hebrews 10:4)























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