Song of Songs, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes

I just discovered that I never posted this! I apologize for my oversight and invite you to watch the videos anyway, especially the Song of Songs video.

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/song-of-songs/ (7 minutes long) This book was read on Sunday, June 2nd in the One Year Chronological Bible Reading Plan and this video explains the Song so well, I just love watching it and being mesmerized by the brilliant mind of the writer!

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/proverbs/ (8 minutes long) This book was read from Monday, June 3rd to Saturday the 22nd, but it’s timeless, of course.

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/ecclesiastes/ (8 minutes long) We read this book on the 19th and 20th of June, but it’s always relevant! This is where the “nothing new under the sun” comes from.

Isaiah and Micah

As you know, we started reading Isaiah last Saturday and we’ll read Micah this weekend.

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/isaiah/ (Part 1 is 8:11 minutes long and Part 2 is 8:05 minutes long)

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/micah/ (6:39 minutes long)

Thank you for your patience and I hope you’re enjoying the videos to go along with your reading. I think they enhance the story exponentially, don’t you?

Jonah, Amos, and Hosea

Sorry to be getting this out so late. I know we read Jonah over the weekend, today we finished reading Amos, and tomorrow we start Hosea. Those three videos are linked below and subscribers will receive the posters and outlines a bit later today.

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/jonah/ (9:01 minutes long) I love how they summarize this book as satire. This video gives us such a clear understanding of this obscure little book in the Bible; it makes me want to make reading the whole book a daily thing!

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/amos/ (7:13 minutes long) I’m always amazed at how each book of the Bible is set up in a certain literary style and so well done! They should be used as standards for modern day writing. Beautiful, poetic, organized, intelligent, informative – all the good stuff!

https://thebibleproject.com/explore/hosea/ (7:36 minutes long) This video explains the book of Hosea better than I’ve ever heard! The book linked below is such a good “modern-day” retelling of the story of Gomer and Hosea; it’s not an affiliate link, but if you want to look into this book a little further, it’s got good information about it: https://smile.amazon.com/Redeeming-Love-Francine-Rivers/dp/1590525132/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2XPOPVIOBH6G7&keywords=redeeming+love+francine+rivers&qid=1562793194&s=gateway&sprefix=Redeeming+Love%2Caps%2C254&sr=8-1 I highly recommend this book.

I sincerely hope you make 32 minutes available in the next couple days to watch the above videos. You’ll be so glad you did! And that’s all for now!