Category Archives: My year with the Bible

It really gets piled on

Leviticus 4-Deuteronomy 12; Psalms 13, 15, 22-29, 36, 43, 90; Acts 14-28, Mark 1-16 I have heard the voice of the Rev. Dr. Doug Heidt in my head a lot as I’ve been plodding through Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Doug … Continue reading

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Wisdom hidden in the middle of those boring verses

Exodus 17-Leviticus 3; Psalm 12, 14-16, 19; Acts 3-13. One of the challenges of reading through the Bible is that you hit these passages early in the Old Testament with all these seemingly irrelevant verses, and I’ve been in one … Continue reading

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You, your officials and your people

Scripture: Exodus 3-16;¬†Psalm 12; Luke 22-24;¬†Acts 1-2 The second plague: “… (Frogs) shall come up into your palace, into your bedchamber and your bed, and into the houses of your officials and of your people…” (Exodus 8:3). The fourth plague: … Continue reading

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