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!

One Year Chronological Bible Reading Plan, Part 9

July will soon be upon us! And with that here’s your July reading schedule:

Monday, July 1Psalms 82-83
Tuesday, July 22 Kings 1-4
Wednesday, July 32 Kings 5-8
Thursday, July 42 Kings 9-12
Friday, July 52 Kings 13, 2 Chronicles 24
Saturday, July 62 Kings 14, 2 Chronicles 25
Sunday, July 7Jonah 1-4
Monday, July 82 Kings 15-16, 2 Chronicles 26
Tuesday, July 9Amos 1-5
Wednesday, July 10Amos 6-9
Thursday, July 11Hosea 1-7
Friday, July 12Hosea 8-14
Saturday, July 13Isaiah 1-5
Sunday, July 14Isaiah 6-8
Monday, July 152 Chronicles 27, Isaiah 9-12
Tuesday, July 162 Chronicles 28, 2 Kings 17
Wednesday, July 17Isaiah 13-17
Thursday, July 18Isaiah 18-23
Friday, July 19Isaiah 24-27
Saturday, July 20Micah 1-2, Psalm 48
Sunday, July 21Micah 3-7
Monday, July 222 Kings 18-20
Tuesday, July 232 Chronicles 29-32
Wednesday, July 24Isaiah 28-30
Thursday, July 25Isaiah 31-35
Friday, July 26Isaiah 36-39, Psalm 76
Saturday, July 27Isaiah 40-46
Sunday, July 28Isaiah 47-50
Monday, July 29Psalms 46, 80, 135
Tuesday, July 30Isaiah 51-55
Wednesday, July 31Isaiah 56-58

And I’ll be here next week with links to the Jonah, Amos, and Hosea videos from The Bible Project.

Have a spectacular Independence Day celebration!