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DAILY BIBLE READING
SCHEDULE
YEAR 2009
Holy Cross
Lutheran Church
Indianapolis Indiana
YEAR 2009 DAILY BIBLE READINGS
The Holy Bible is a great treasure through which God Himself speaks to us!
This schedule is one year of a program to read the entire Bible in 2 years, while including all the major teachings of the Bible each year. The following Bible books covering similar subjects are rotated: in odd numbered years Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, 1 & 2 Chronicles, and Matthew are read, and in even numbered years Deuteronomy, 1&2 Samuel,1&2 Kings, and Luke are read. This pattern covers most Bible topics each year. About ½ of the Psalms and Proverbs are alternated between the 2 years. Persons reading the "full schedule" will read the entire New Testament this year if they add the Gospel according to St. Luke to their readings. Reading every "Full reading for week" results in reading the entire Bible in the 2 years. Hint: at start of each week check notes under week days for brief commentary. Reading the "Or for shorter readings" gives a highly condensed version of the full reading schedule. It usually lists only 1 or 2 chapters for each week day. Each Sunday contains: 1/ date; 2/ church calendar name; and 3/ worship service readings that day. May God richly bless you as you read His Word!
New Year Openers: Jan 1 read Ps 118; Jan 2 - Ps 100; Jan 3 - Ps 23 Isaiah 60:1-6 Ephesians 3:1-12 Matthew 2:1-12 Full reading for week: Genesis 1-16 (Speed read genealogies) Ch 1-2:3 Creation; 2:4-25 Prelude of the fall into sin Tues Gen 3:1-4:18 Fall into sin. 3:15 -1st promise of Savior; 1st murder Gen 9 + 11:1-9 Rainbow promise; Tower of Babel 12 v3 Promise of Savior for Abram & whole world (see Gal 15-16 v6 Abram believes God - counted righteous (see Gal 3:6-9) Full Reading for week: Genesis chapters 17-33 17 Abram (exalted father) renamed Abraham (father of many) God instituted circumcision as sign of God’s promise God promises Abraham his own son; Sodom destroyed 21 God gives promised son Isaac. Savior will come thru his line Abraham tested; Abraham seeks godly wife for son Isaac Tricky Jacob; "Jacob's ladder" 28:14 Savior from Jacob's line 32 Jacob wrestles with angel; receives blessings from God 1 Sam 3:1-10 (11-20) 1 Cor 6:12-20 Jn 1:43-51 35 The 12 sons of Jacob (renamed Israel) = “Children of Israel” 37 Joseph dreams; sold into slavery; taken to Egypt 41 Dreams;famine;Joseph rules;sons: Ephraim, Manasseh 47 How the Israelites came to live in Egypt for 200/400 years 48 Israel(Jacob) blesses. Incl. Joseph’s 2 sons as Joseph -so take his bones when return to Promised Land Jonah 3:1-5, 10 1 Cor 7:29-31 (32-35) Mk 1:14-20 Full reading for week: Matthew chapters 1 - 16 Matt 1:17-25 Angel to Joseph: Mary conceived by power of Holy Spirit 2 Wise Men; Escape to Egypt; Return to live in Nazareth 12 About the Sabbath; Jesus is God's servant, Son of David John the Baptist killed; Jesus performs miracles Full reading for week: Matthew chapters 17 - 28 17 Jesus appears in glory (transfiguration) 19 Jesus teaches: divorce; children; we do not earn heaven 20 Jesus' parable; foretells death; miracle 22 Jesus teaches: faith necessary; resurrected life; Son of Jesus' parables (earthly story with heavenly meaning) Jesus’ crucifixion, death, resurrection, appearing. Full reading for week: Job (1st time readers of Job--speed read in 1 sitting) Or for shorter readings: (Book speaks to problem/question of pain/suffering) 1 God permits Satan to tempt Job, knowing Job will remain faithful & grow in his trust in God. 2 Job withstood temptation; Satan wants more to prove point 19 Job: “I know that my Redeemer liveth” (v25 KJV) 40 God shows Job he should not question God Job repents; God blesses Job greater than before. 2 Kgs 5:1-14 1 Cor 10:(19-30) 31-11:1 Mk 1:40-45 1 Jesus’ ascension & immediately following 2 The Holy Spirit given as promised - Pentecost Day 4 Peter & John proclaim Jesus the Savior; opposition 6 Assistants for the Apostles; Stephen opposed by Sanhedrin 8 Persecution scatters believers; Evangelist Philip 15 NT Believers not required to keep Old Testament 2 Kgs 2:1-12 Or Ex 34:29-35 2 Cor 3:12-13 (14-18); 4:1-6 Mk 9:2-9 ASH WED Joel 2:12-19 2 Cor. 5:20b-6:10 Matt. 6:1-6,16-21 23 Paul in danger; God strengthens; Paul to preach in Rome 26 Paul recounts his conversion; seeks conversion of King A. 28 Paul preaches about Jesus while awaiting trial in Rome (What’s next??? Bible account of Paul ends here!) Full reading for week: Exodus chapters 1-18 Moses - birth, as Egyptian prince, kills, flees & has new life God tells Moses to lead Israel out of Egypt to Promised Plagues God sent thru Moses to get Israel released 11 Final plague announced - Egyptian 1st born to die Full reading for week: Exodus chapters 19-40 Israelites at Mt. Sinai; 10 commandments 22 Example of laws given to the Israelites 25 Offerings to make furnishings & tabernacle 26 Directions for making tabernacle (The tabernacle would be a tent where God would be present in a special way) 33 Moses intercedes for sinners; God will continue leading 40 The tabernacle (tent) & Ark (chest) design in ch. 35-39 God’s special presence signified by the cloud (Shekinah) Ex 20:1-17 1 Cor 1:18-31 Jn 2:13-22 (23-25) Full reading for week: Romans + (one Ps/Prov daily) + Proverbs ch 19 & 26 + Psalms: 35,58,59,70 (Psalms with hostility. "Because their persecutors are God's enemies, the psalmists pray that 'God would break and hinder every evil counsel and will which would not let His kingdom come.' (Luther)" - Concordia Self-Study Commentary; CPH, St Louis; c. 1979; pg 337 v 16-17 helped Luther grasp saved by grace thru faith Everyone is a sinner; sin forgiven by God's grace thru faith Christ died to save people who became sinners via Adam 6 Slaves to sin, after forgiven & saved offer selves to serve Believers are in God's blessings even when enduring God wants everyone to be saved; praise God (To help the believers who did not yet have the history of Jesus suffering and death for our sins God gave various physical and visual commands: Sacrifices: to illustrate that there was a cost to forgiveness shown in the various items given, and especially in the blood that was shed in animal sacrifices; Cleansings & washings illustrating forgiveness by the future shed blood of Jesus.) Leviticus ch 1-2 God specified sacrifices Israelites to bring Jer 31:31-34 Heb 5:1-10 Mk 10:(32-34) 35-45 Full reading for week: Leviticus 16 - 27 16 Day of Atonement. Types of Jesus’ death for our sins and Jesus being our “scapegoat.” (Picture/action to teach Old Testament believers of Jesus’ work in future.) 18 Forbidden relationships for Israelites 20 Civil law punishments for various sins of Israelites 24 Oil & bread at Tabernacle; more civil laws Sunday April 5 PALM SUNDAY / SUNDAY OF THE PASSION Zech 9:9-12 Phil 2:5-11 Jn 12:12-19 and Mk 14:1—15:1-47 or Mk 15:1-47 or Jn 12:20-43 Full readings for week: All Psalms listed Or for shorter readings: 1st Psalm listed for each day Psalms 16,22,41,55,69 below have prophetic verses of Chris's passion & resurrection) Psalms 114,122,123,126,129,131 below were among those Psalms sung travelling to Jerusalem at the Passover and other festivals Psalm 41 55 (prophesies of Judas' betrayal) Psalm 22 69 (prophesies of Jesus' passion) Psalm 16 (prophesies of Jesus' resurrection) 6 Rules for Nazarite vow; v 24-26 the Benediction 8 Descendents of Levi set apart to serve at tabernacle 9 Passover celebration commanded; God led by cloud / fire Promised Land spied out; refused to enter; 40 yrs Acts 4:32-35 1 Jn 1:1—2:2 Jn 20:19-31 Full reading for week: Numbers 18 - 36 19 Water of Cleansing was a type of washed in blood of Jesus 21 Brass snake was a type of Jesus on the cross God's prophet Balaam wanted to get riches by cursing Israel 23 God made Balaam pronounce blessing on Israelites 24 v 17 - a prophecy of coming Jesus, descendent of Jacob 2 1/2 tribes receive land as inheritance east of Jordan River Full reading for week: 1 Corinthians + (one Ps/Prov daily) + Psalms 3, 5, 7, 10, 12 + Proverbs ch 22 Introduction; unity in Christ; God’s wisdom Apostles spoke wisdom from God; Spirit moves God's 1 Cor. 12 God gives each believer gifts to play his part in the Church 1 Cor. 15 Great resurrection chapter. Jesus rose--so will all believers Sunday May 3 4th SUNDAY OF EASTER (Good Shepherd Sunday) Taking possession of the Promised Land; v13 sun stood still Mapping & dividing up the Promised Land By God’s help major portions of Promised Land taken Aged Joshua’s farewell; warning to be faithful to God People promise faithfulness to God; Joshua dies at 120 Sunday May 10 5th SUNDAY OF EASTER (Mothers' Day) Acts 8:26-40 1 Jn 4:1-11 (12-21) Jn 15:1-8 Full reading for week: 2 Corinthians + (one Ps/Prov daily) Hardships taught Apostle Paul to rely on God, not self Forgive and joyfully accept sinner who repents God made Paul competent for the glorious ministry of Word 2 Cor. 4 Unbelievers see no glory in Gospel, but it sustains believers Christ’s love for us moves us to serve Him 2 Cor. 8-9 Generous, joyful Christian offerings Or for shorter readings: (The “judges” were hero leaders) Judges 2:1-3:6 Israel did not rid land of wicked; remainder will test Is.
Woman judge wins victory. (God used judges to help Israel) God gave victory for Gideon & 300 soldiers Ascension Day Judges 14-15 God used Judge Samson to afflict Israel's enemies Remember Samson was a Nazirite (see Num 6:1-5) Ruth, Israelite only by marriage, lived in time of the Judges Ruth marries Israelite, is great-grandmother of King David Full reading for week: Galatians + Ephesians + Or for shorter readings (left column): Ezk 37:1-14 Acts 2:1-21 Jn 15:26-27; 16:4b-15 (Speed read ch.1-9, looking for text and any familiar names) (1 & 2 Chronicles cover the same time period as 1&2 Samuel & 1&2 Kings read in the alternate year of this 2 yr schedule. 1st and 2nd Chronicles were written after the Israelite return from the 70 year Babylonian captivity, showing the people their "roots"; for chronological understanding we are reading them here in the time period about; except ch. 1-9 genealogy which goes back to Adam is also read Or for shorter readings: (read note above) 1 Chronicles 10 Saul, 1st king of Israel was unfaithful to God Tues 1 Chron. 17 God promises David an eternal dynasty (in Jesus) 1 Chron. 21 David sinned in counting army; trust should be in God 1 Chron. 22 Site of future temple = where David sacrificed(ch.21:28) 1 Chron. 28 God guided David in building plans for temple 1 Chron. 29 Contributions to build temple; David dies; Solomon king (David wrote many of the Psalms; a few are assigned this week.) Full reading for week: all daily Psalms listed Or for shorter readings: all Psalms listed except 96 & 106 Possibly by David after delivered from enemy Prophetic of Jesus, Who is truly God & descendant of David Some sections quoted in NT at least 17 times v1-7 = text of The Venite in "Matins" early AM worship David's prayer for forgiveness after sins of adultery & Ps 96:2-13a ( " " " 16:23-33) 106 Ps 106:1,47-48 (" " " 16:34-36) Ezk 17:22-24 2 Cor 5:1-10 (11-17) Mk 4:26-34 Full reading for week: 2 Chronicles 1 - 9 2 Chronicles 1 God offers Solomon a request; asked for wisdom Tues 2 Chron. 2 Solomon makes preparations for building temple 2 Chron. 5 Ark of the Covenant placed in completed temple 2 Chron. 7 God's glory fills temple; Solomon blessed if remains 2 Chron. 9 Solomon's splendor, riches, achievements; death Sunday June 21 3rd SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST (Father's Day) Full reading for week: Proverbs ch 10 18 23 + + Ecclesiastes + Song of Songs (Song of Solomon) Solomon wrote Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, & many Proverbs In Proverbs the words “wisdom” & “fools” or “simple” sometimes denote a proper or improper relationship to God (See Prov. 1:7; 9:10; 10:23; 14:16) Every worldly thing striven for ends up as emptiness Remember a song taken from these words?? Conclusion: Only relationship to God finally matters Marriage love song OR God & believers mutual love Lam 3:22-33 2 Cor 8:1-9, 13-15 Mk 5:21-43 Full reading for week: Philippians + Colossians + Psalm 119 + (for July 4th) Proverbs 14 + Psalm 33 Psalm 119:1-40 Ps 119 is acrostic form. In each section in the verse begins with the same letter; while advancing to next alphabet letter in next July 4 Ps 33 + Proverbs 14 Note Prov 14: 34 Full reading for week: 2 Chronicles 10 - 28 + God was displeased with Solomon’s idol worship, and at his death God let the kingdom split (told about at 1 Kings 11), with the south part of kingdom continuing with David’s descendants ruling and the promise of 1 Chronicles 17 coming to complete fulfillment in Jesus ruling forever. During the time of the divided kingdom the north is called “Israel”, “Ephraim,” or “Samaria”; and the south kingdom called “Judah,” and rarely, “Israel.” Or for shorter readings: (read notes above) 2 Chron 10 Kingdom splits into north and south Tues 2 Chron 12 South unfaithful; God used enemies to call to 2 Chron 21 Wicked king warned by Prophet Elijah 1 Kings 18 In N Kingdom God shows He is God--using Prophet 2 Chron 24 Spiritual revival; then returned to wickedness Full reading for week: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah
(read notes below)
Chronologically, books of these prophets fit in the time of last week's readings. These short Bible books plus 6 other short prophets’ books are called “The 12 Minor Prophets,” and placed together at the end of the Old Testament. Chronologically, the "12 Minor Prophets" fall into general time periods 1,2,& 4 below: 1/ The divided kingdom to fall of north kingdom (2 Chronicles 10-28)
(1 Kg. 12 thru 2 Kg.17 are same time period; read in our alternate yr schedule.) In this time period are the prophets Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah. Major prophet Isaiah is at end of this time period and into time period 2 (below) 2/ Fall of north kingdom till fall of south kingdom (2 Chron. 29-36).
(2 Kg.18-25 covers same time period read in our alternate year schedule.) In this time period are Minor Prophets: Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah. (by size) prophet Jeremiah is after Isaiah, and to the end of this 3/ Babylonian exile - Major Prophets Ezekiel & Daniel are in Babylon in exile
4/ After Babylonian exile to 400BC (History in Ezra, Nehemiah, & Esther)
In this time period are Minor Prophets: Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi Or for shorter readings: (read notes above) Hosea 5 & 6 Wickedness; In troubles, God wants them to seek Him 3 Vs.10 b -recall hymn at times sung in Sat worship services 5 Call to repentance; if none-then Israel going to Assyria exile God punishes wicked nation; the only help is in God God sent Jonah to call enemy nation to repentance 1 Because of their wickedness they will be sent into exile Sunday July 19 7th SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 5 Some of Jesus' miracles showing He is Son of God, 7 Jesus teaching God's Word trumps traditions Jesus’ transfiguration, again showing He is Son of God 11 Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem (Palm Sunday) Nation will fall because of wickedness. Call to repent 2 Last days=spiritual, N.T.Church; day of Lord=God's God calls Isaiah to be prophet, warns re: stubborn people v 14 Prophecy of virgin birth of the Savior 25 Praises to God Who will gain our resurrection (v 6-8) 29 Jerusalem doomed; blessings ahead by God's blessing 39 King proud of possessions; God decrees emptiness, exile 40 Tell the good news that God helps & blesses His people 43 God is Israel's God; be witnesses; will return from exile 44 God is God, idols worthless; Cyrus will ok rebuilding temple Prophetic of Jesus the "Star" of Israel 53 Isaiah prophesied Jesus'passion centuries before Jesus 61 Prophetic of Jesus' preaching forgiveness that He earns Prov 9:1-10 or Josh 24:1-2a, 14-18 Eph 5:6-21 Jn 6:51-69 Full reading for week: 1 & 2 Thessalonians Or for shorter readings (left column): Full reading for week: 2 Chronicles 29-36 These chapters cover time period from fall of N. Kingdom to the fall of S. Kingdom. (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel & Daniel, by size, are called Major Prophets. Isaiah is both before & after fall of north kingdom. Jeremiah is after Isaiah till immediately after fall of kingdom. Ezekiel and Daniel are both in Babylon in exile. For more info see notes at 2 Chron 29 N Kingdom fell during Hezekiah's reign in South (2 Kgs 18:10) Tues 2 Chron 30 Righteous King Hezekiah instigates Passover 2 Chron 32 King prayed and God rescued Jerusalem from enemy (angel slew 185,000 enemy army-see Isaiah 37:33-38) 2 Chron 33 Saga of sin / repentance / more sin 2 Chron 34 Religious revival, disaster postponed 2 Chron 36 Final fall of S Kingdom - into Babylonian exile Full reading for week: Nahum + Habakkuk + Zephaniah (Minor Prophets for last week's time period see note there & at July 12) Nahum 1-2 God watches over His people; wicked Nineveh doomed v 13 Why, God, do You let wicked overcome the good v 4 Live by faith; God will take care of wicked at His 3 Rejoice in trusting in God no matter what happens Is 35:4-7a Jas 2:1-10, 14-18 Mk 7:(24-30) 31-37 Full reading for week: 1 & 2 Timothy Or for shorter readings (left column): Is 50:4-10 Jas 3:1-12 Mk 9:14-29 Or for shorter readings: (Jeremiah-prophet prior to & at fall of s.kingdom) 1 Jer. sent to call wicked to repentance, but he will be rejected 2 Worshiped idols; v30-did not respond to God's discipline 7 Mere going thru motions of religion is not enough 13 God will destroy wicked Judah/Jerusalem; exile is coming 19 Illustration: as jar is broken, so God will break Judah 25 70 years of Babylonian captivity cause of their wickedness Jer 11:18-20 Jas 3:13—4:10 Mk 9:30-37 Or for shorter readings (left column):

Sunday September 27
Num 11:4-6, 10-16, 24-29 Jas 5:(1-12) 13-20 Mk 9:38-50 (Lamentations=weeping & mourning about the destruction of temple, Jerusalem, Full reading for week: Jeremiah 30-52 + Lamentations God will restore after discipline; New Testament church 31 God expresses His love for His people; mercy, compassion Jeremiah suffers for prophesying Jerusalem's defeat, exile 40 Jeremiah released from exiles being taken to Babylon Lamentations 1 Weeping over destruction of temple, Jerusalem, Gen 2:18-25 Heb 2:1-13 (14-18) Mk 10:2-16 Full reading for week: Gospel according to St. John 1 - 12 1 The eternal Son of God took on Himself a human body 3 John 3:14 - compare Numbers 21:4-9; Jn.3:16 - great verse! 6 Miracles by Jesus; Jesus is the Bread of Life 10 Jesus is our Good Shepherd Who gave His life to save us 11 Jesus brings Lazarus back to life. v 25-great vs. to Am 5:6-7, 10-15 Heb 3:12-19 Mk 10:17-22 (Ezekiel: Major Prophet taken to Babylon before Jerusalem destroyed; in the exile) God calls Ezekiel to be prophet to the exiled people 6 Vision of wicked in Jerusalem, exile; exiles to know the Lord 8 Vision of God; vision of wickedness back in Jerusalem Vision: God taking His special presence from the temple Eccl 5:10-20 Heb 4:1-13 (14-16) Mk 10:23-31 (Later chapters of Ezekiel picture New Testament church couched in terms of the Old Testament Israel with the sacrifices God commanded people to offer) God will restore Israel in the promised land God creating spiritual life; one church, heaven Ezek 40:1-4; 41 Vision: new temple which is not physical bldg, but spiritual; which is God with His people in New Testament Church. This perfect, spiritual temple concept continues from here to end of book. Vision of future glory of God with believers Ezek. 47:1-12; 48:35 Salvation flowing to mankind; (Compare Sunday October 25 REFORMATION OBSERVANCE (from 10/31) 14 Jesus is the way, the truth, the life 17 Jesus prayed for Himself; for all believers 18 Judas' betrayal; Peter's denial; on trial 21 Living, resurrected Jesus appears to disciples Rev 7:(2-8)9-17 1 John 3:1-3 Matt 5:1-12 (Daniel--a major prophet, in exile in Babylon, ascended to 2nd in authority in empire) 1 Exile Daniel in training for government service 2 A timetable by empires till birth of promised Savior Jesus: 3 3 men in the fiery furnace; trust God no matter what 5 Handwriting on wall: Re: end of Babylonian empire 6 Daniel in the lions’ den; worship only God no matter what 9 70 yr. exile completed. Three time periods for rest of v24 Play on words: Hebrew word can mean seven, week, and/or swear. 70 history divided into 3 parts: 1/ After exile 2/Jesus' atonement 3/ New Testament times.

Sunday November 8
1 Kgs 17:8-16 Heb 9:24-28 Mk 12:38-44 Full reading for week: Hebrews + James + Proverbs ch 30 Jesus is God. He took a human body & soul to be Savior 3 People rebelled under Moses & suffered consequence; We are under Jesus Who is greater--do not rebel, or else… 4 Creation-7th day God "rested"; Believers have rest in Jesus 10 Jesus' 1 sacrifice-for all time; no more sacrifice for salvation Catalog of believers; worship Jesus & be faithful James 1-2 We are saved by faith in Jesus; but faith will produce deeds Sunday November 15 24TH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Dn 12:1-3 Heb 10:11-25 Mk 13:1-13 Full reading for week: Ezra 1-6 + Haggai + Zechariah (Ezra 1-6 a historical account of 1st group returning to Promised Land after the exile. They finally got the temple rebuilt after about 20 years of enemies' opposition.) (Haggai & Zechariah were prophets during this time.) Or for shorter readings: (read note above) End of exile. Group returns to Holy Land; Prophet promotes temple work; coming Savior & NT church World-wide NT Church, Jesus Savior prophesied 8 Foretells NT Church--greater than Israel & the OT temple Faithless Israelite shepherds & people to be replaced by Jesus the Good Shepherd, & the NT Church (believers) Sunday November 22 LAST SUNDAY OF THE CHURCH YEAR Is 51:4-6 or Dn 7:9-10, 13-14 Jude 20-25 or Rev 1:4b-8 Mk 13:24-37 or Jn 18:33-37 Full reading for week: 1 & 2 Peter + 1 & 2 & 3 John + Jude Thanksgiving Psalm 103
Jer. 33:14-16 1 Thess. 3:9-13 Luke 19:28-40 or Luke 21:25-36 Full reading for week: Ezra 7-10 + Nehemiah + Esther (About 60 yrs after temple was rebuilt Priest Ezra led a group back to Jerusalem. Several yrs later Persian emperor permitted Nehemiah to go to Jerusalem as Nehemiah got Jerusalem's walls & gates rebuilt. Priest Ezra led a religious Meanwhile, back in Persian capital a Jewess, Esther, became queen. God used her to prevent annihilation of the Jews; the Promised Savior would be born from among the Israelites as God had promised). 7 Persian king sends Ezra & group to Jerusalem; funded Tues Ezra 9:1-10:17 Sin repented - forgiveness. Spiritual revival 6 Wall around Jerusalem rebuilt under Nehemiah, governor 8 People hear God's Word; observe Feast of Tabernacles Esther 3 & 7 Queen Esther foils Haman who plotted to kill all Jews Esther 8 & 9 Jews' property & lives are spared; Festival of Purim Mal. 3:1-7b Phil. 1:2-11 Luke 3:1-14(15-20) Revelation has much imagery, symbols, & figurative language in St. John’s visions telling of God dealing with Satan; forces of evil, persecution of believers, & heaven. Full reading for week: Revelation ch. 1-11 2 Ch 2 & 3 Jesus' messages to the 7 churches in 7 cities, but applicable to congregations everywhere This Lamb is Jesus, our Redeemer, being praised 7 Believers in world in God’s care; saved in heaven Zeph. 3:14-20 Phil. 4:4-7 Luke 7:18-28 (29-35) Full reading for week: Revelation 12 - 22 12 Imagery: dragon=Satan; woman=Mary; child=Jesus 13 Sea beast & earth beast=antichristian power & propaganda Babylon = evil (remember Israelites exiled to Babylon) 19 Praises to victorious Jesus; Lamb=Jesus; bride=believers 21 Temple at Jerusalem in Israel = place where God dwelt; New Jerusalem = heaven, God dwells with saved believers 22 More about heaven; Jesus will physically return

Sunday December 20
Micah 5:2-5a Heb. 10:5-10 Luke 1:39-45 (46-56) Full reading for week: Malachi + Psalm 2 God is great and should be joyfully honored & worshipped 3-4 Prophecy of future John the Baptist calling to repentance Is. 7:10-14 1 John 4:7-16 Matt. 1:18-25 Is. 52:7-10 Heb. 1:1-6(7-12) John 1:1-14(15-18) Sat (For today's readings we are using propers C for other Christmas services) Is. 9:2-7 Titus 2:11-14 Luke 2:1-14(15-20) Is. 62:10-12 Titus 3:4-7 Luke 2:(1-14)15-20 Ex 13:1-3a, 11-15 Col 3:12-17 Luke 2:22-40 Full readings: all daily Psalms listed below Or for shorter readings: 1st Ps. listed for each day

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