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The Holy Bible: Old and New Testaments, King James Version | Anonymous
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The King James Bible for ebook readers, desktops, tablets and phones. Including Old Testament and New Testament, this is a wonderful tool that keeps the scriptures at your fingertips. The translation that became the Authorized King James Bible was begun in 1604 and in 1611 was published by the Church of England, under the direction of King James. The translation was done by forty-seven Church of England scholars, the New Testament coming from the Greek Textus Receptus (Received Text), the Old Testament from the Masoretic Hebrew text, and the Apocrypha from the Greek Septuagint (LXX), except for two Esdras from the Latin Vulgate.
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Only a few hours left! Who‘s going to make it? 😄 #BibleBuddyRead

BookDadGirlDad Why ya gotta make me feel bad? 😁😁😁 1mo
quirkyreader I finished and started again. 1mo
BookBabe @quirkyreader 😃👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 yay! 1mo
LiseWorks Yes I did 1mo
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1 & 2 Corinthians are such incredible reads! Which verses stood out to you the most? #BibleBuddyRead #WeeklyWrapUp

BookBabe There are so many poignant verses. I think the one that has stood out the most is 1 Corinthians 5:9-13. 2mo
BookBabe The most important of that passage is verse 11: "But actually, I wrote you not to associate with anyone who claims to be a brother or sister and is sexually immoral or greedy, an idolater or verbally abusive, a drunkard or a swindler. Do not even eat with such a person.” (CSB) 2mo
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It‘s Week 46 of the #BibleBuddyRead and we‘re reading 1 & 2 Corinthians—such wisdom in these books! …Also, we had our first snow of the season last night! 😍❄️

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Or in this case, Multi-Week Wrap-Up 😬🙈
I haven‘t been able to keep up with posting as much as I‘d like…My hubby, our daughter, and both her grandmas and I all have our birthdays in September & October. Add that to what is already a very busy season of life and, well, you get the idea. So here‘s an update on the #BibleBuddyRead‘s progress:
☑️Ezekiel ☑️Daniel ☑️Psalms ☑️Romans

Would you like to share your thoughts?

BookBabe With all these birthdays, and especially trying to get enough sleep to keep in good health, I‘ve managed to get behind, so if you have too, you‘re not alone! Seems I can only read the Bible at a relatively quick pace if I‘m the only person in the room, and that generally only happens if I‘m willing/able to get up very early, before everyone else. So now I‘m playing catch-up. 😳 3mo
Roary47 You are not alone! Between Dance Class, Music Class, School, Work, etc I can only focus read in the early hours. 3mo
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Roary47 I‘m working my way through Ezekiel, and I‘m just seeing a similar pattern for Jerusalem not doing so good and they are being told they will be in trouble with being destroyed. 3mo
BookBabe The prophets are slower reads for me, and while I‘ve preferred the CSB version for most books of the Bible so far, I find that not to be the case for the prophets. I‘ve been comparing versions for Ezekiel in particular and I think the ESV is preferable for the prophets. Maybe that‘ll be one of the next versions I read. I‘m trying to stick with the CSB for this read, while supplementing with other versions as needed and as time allows. 3mo
BookBabe @Roary47 I‘m still working through Ezekiel too! 🙈 I have my alarm set for 5:30am to get up and get back to reading (!!!) but I‘m tempted to just get up now and get after it since I don‘t seem to be sleeping anyway 😂 3mo
Mimi28 Happy Belated Birthday to you and your whole family!! 😊❤️🙏🏽 if I did dress up for Halloween would be the bride of Frankenstein with all of my grey hairs sprouting around my edges lately and I could be wearing an apron that says “carbs… carbs…” lol. I have been writing letters to God as I journal. It helps. My Bible reading is off and on also. 😊❤️🙏🏽 3mo
BookBabe @Mimi28 Thank you! 😄 3mo
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The #BibleBuddyRead just finished the book of Isaiah! 🙌🏻 Any verses, thoughts, takeaways you‘d like to share? #WeeklyWrapUp

wordslinger42 I really love Isaiah 43:1-7! Those are verses that I read often 💙 5mo
BookBabe @wordslinger42 yes, agreed, those verses are wonderful! ❤️ 5mo
BookBabe I am intrigued by some of the closing verses in the book of Isaiah, verses 66:22-23: “For just as the new heavens and the new earth,
which I will make,
will remain before me”—
this is the LORD's declaration—
"so your offspring and your
name will remain.
All humanity will come to worship me
from one New Moon to another
and from one Sabbath to another,”
says the LORD.
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quirkyreader Isaiah often turns up in my life for my daily readings. 5mo
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Hi #BibleBuddyRead friends, congratulations on finishing the book of Job! 😃🙌🏻
Any thoughts, takeaways, verses that stood out? 🙂

quirkyreader This is coming from my extensive study of Job circa 2019. Verses that stood out were during my study pre-read were 1:21,4:5-6,4:17,5:2,5:9,8:13-19,11:11-12,21:22,22:21-22,28:12-13 and 34:11. 6mo
quirkyreader And while during the study I found many more. When I revisit this study, you know it can all change once again. Congratulations to everyone who has made it this far. As we all know, some of the chapters and books can be a bit overwhelming. And finding that can help you explore it even more. (edited) 6mo
BookBabe @quirkyreader Agreed! Thank you for sharing! ☺️ 6mo
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It‘s time for some #WeeklyWrapUp book talk for the #BibleBuddyRead!

This past week we read Luke 19-24 and Psalms 42-67.

What was your favorite (or most memorable) verse or verses that you read this week?

What are your thoughts/takeaways?

What stood out to you the most from what we read?

Did you learn anything that you‘d like to apply to your own life?

Daisey I don‘t know that I have a specific story or verse, but I always really enjoy the book of Luke. It‘s one of my favorites. I got behind on Psalms this week, but hope to finish catching up tomorrow. 8mo
BookBabe @Daisey nice, thanks for sharing! I enjoy Luke too, and even more so this time. 8mo
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It‘s time for some #WeeklyWrapUp book talk for the #BibleBuddyRead!

This past week we read 2 Kings 1-22.

What was your favorite (or most memorable) verse or verses that you read this week?

What are your thoughts/takeaways?

What stood out to you the most from what we read?

Did you learn anything that you‘d like to apply to your own life?

BookBabe Ok, I‘ll go first 🙂 I found particularly interesting 2 Kings 20:1–10, detailing King Hezekiah‘s illness and recovery. I was surprised that the Lord allowed Hezekiah, who was faithful and devoted to Him, to become terminally ill. It was interesting that the Lord sent the prophet Isaiah with a forewarning to him about this, to set his house in order because he was about to die and would not recover. But even more interesting is that 8mo
BookBabe The Lord, through His abounding mercy and grace, heard Hezekiah‘s prayer and saw his tears, and sent Isaiah back to tell him that he would have an additional 15 years added to his life. 😮 8mo
quirkyreader I enjoy how Proverbs, if you go by chronological order, is wrapped around by Kings. You have these verses telling you to get Wisdom and understanding, but then you see how many of the Kings are way into their power and want more. Only when they remember God and ask for help, then they get understanding any maybe touch of Wisdom. 8mo
BookBabe @quirkyreader Right! Like Hezekiah‘s foolish pride that caused him to show off all his riches to his visitors from Babylon, leading to the plunder of all those valuables of which he was so proud! 8mo
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Happy Sunday everyone! Today is catch-up day for the #BibleBuddyRead 🙂

tapgurl Is this the same book babe that had the cutest posts with me book? This seems like a different account 9mo
tapgurl I meant Mr Book 9mo
BookBabe @tapgurl I made a new post in reply to your question 8mo
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Today‘s reading for the #BibleBuddyRead is 1 Kings 8-10, covering King Solomon‘s dedication of the Temple of the Most High.

I got this image from this helpful YouTube video https://youtu.be/Xt6lQAe8ues explaining all about the temple and its functions through pictures, paintings, and 3-D computer renderings.

#BibleBuddyReadResources

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Happy Sunday everyone!
Today is catch-up day for the #BibleBuddyRead 🙂

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Today‘s reading for the #BibleBuddyRead is 1 Samuel 12-14. Major drama today! More coming tomorrow.

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I have a hard time picturing these elaborate descriptions, so I looked up Aaron‘s ephod. Apparently it looks something like this. Figured I‘m not the only one wondering 🙂 #BibleBuddyRead

Butterfinger Wow! 12mo
MelAnn I would imagine that would be very heavy and hot 12mo
BookBabe @MelAnn I hadn‘t even thought of that 😮 12mo
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Seriously, how dumb can people be?! 🤦🏻‍♀️
#BibleBuddyRead

Butterfinger And I just realized it must have been the gold that they got from the Egyptians. 12mo
BookBabe @Butterfinger Yup, must‘ve been…I wouldn‘t think slaves would have a whole lot of gold of their own. 12mo
Butterfinger I'm reading today instead of working (my family has COVID too) and I am wondering about the significance or symbols of the certain colors of Aaron's covering. Hope all of you are starting to feel better. 12mo
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BookBabe @Butterfinger thank you! Baby girl is pretty much 100% thank God. Hubby is probably about 80% back to normal. I am having a slow recovery because of the pneumonia. But I am improving, praise the Lord. I‘m so sorry that you all have Covid too, I‘m praying for you and your family! 🙏🏻 If you find out anything about the significance of the colors, let me know 💙❤️💜 12mo
BookBabe I was just completely stunned by the stupidity of Aaron and the people here. After everything God did for them? And after all the fuss about Aaron‘s fancy ephod? And now suddenly they‘re like “oh, gee, Moses plum done been gone too long…let‘s go against the God who rescued us and worship a stupid gold calf” 🤦🏻‍♀️🙄😵‍💫 @MelAnn 12mo
MelAnn Yeah How quickly we forget what God has done for us! 12mo
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What wonderful promises from God to the Israelites! 😍 #BibleBuddyRead

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I know I‘m behind. Been reading the Bible while I‘m in the ER. 🥺

But can you believe this?! God was going to KILL Moses!!! 😳 Yikes. I did some googling to find out more; this seems like a good explanation 👇🏻

https://www.gotquestions.org/kill-Moses.html

#BibleBuddyRead

Roary47 I hope everything is okay and fast healing comes. 12mo
curiouserandcurioser @BookBabe praying you feel better💕 12mo
Butterfinger Oh no. Hope everyone is doing well. 12mo
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Texreader I am sorry I‘m going to drop out of the group. I want to do more research to find the right Bible to read and I‘m just way to busy to do that right now and then catch up with reading. I‘ve started and stopped over the years because of versions I struggled with. I really liked the last one I‘d been reading so I was motivated to read it, but I can‘t remember the publisher. I love that you are doing this but this year is just not going to work for me 12mo
BookBabe @Texreader I understand. If I may make a recommendation, I like the NIV, published by Zondervan (Thomas Nelson also publishes NIV); and someone whose opinion I trust suggested the CSB, published by Holman, which is what I‘m mostly reading this round. These versions are both very readable. 12mo
BookBabe Try comparing here on BibleHub: https://biblehub.com/psalms/23-1.htm You can click the blue arrow to go to the next verse. This lets you compare the same verse in several versions at once to see which is preferable. @Texreader (edited) 12mo
Texreader @BookBabe Thanks!! Will do. I appreciate the recommendations. I‘m pretty sure the version I liked was one of those two 12mo
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I absolutely love that Moses‘ actual birth mother was brought in to nurse baby Moses! ❤️ What a beautiful example of God‘s goodness and love.

#BibleBuddyRead #Christian #BuddyRead

🎨: Edwina Buckley

CogsOfEncouragement I love that detail too. 12mo
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OK fellow #BibleBuddyRead Littens, I promised some resources. I‘ve been finding some very cool resources for additional study and insight.

Here‘s one that I really like done by The Bible Project on YouTube. The art is amazing! 😍
https://youtu.be/KOUV7mWDI34

#BibleBuddyReadResources #BibleBuddyRead
P.S. — if you have awesome resources you want to share, post them with the above hashtags so we can all find them! 😊

CogsOfEncouragement Blue Letter Bible to look up the meaning of words in the original language - https://www.blueletterbible.org 13mo
CogsOfEncouragement The Bible Project never disappoints. Such an awesome resource! 13mo
BookBabe @CogsOfEncouragement Agreed, the Bible Project really is wonderful. Thank you for sharing these additional resources here! 😃🙌🏻 (edited) 13mo
Mtroiano If you like The Bible Project, check out the podcast Exploring My Strange Bible. It‘s by one of the creators of The Bible Project! 13mo
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I have questions…lol. @MelAnn was able to answer one of these for me thankfully! 😄 #BibleBuddyRead

#Christian #BuddyRead

MelAnn I have notes in my study edition Bible that answers some of these questions. I had same question about why did he get scared - was he afraid of the dark? 😂 13mo
EadieB @BookBabe Verse 6 means that God thought that Abram was a righteous man and that is part of the covenant that God made to Abram. (edited) 13mo
EadieB @BookBabe Verse 8 No God was not angry at Abram. Abram was just wondering about his offspring as Sarah was barren and very old. Verse 9 God told Abram what to bring as the items have a significant purpose in the sacrificial system and Abram showed he was obedient. (edited) 13mo
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EadieB @BookBabe The terror and the darkness is God coming down and accepting the sacrifice. Abram fell asleep as man could not not look upon a holy God. 13mo
EadieB @BookBabe Verse 13 God is revealing that something is going to happen to the Jewish people and they will be in captivity in Egypt for 400 years. 13mo
BookBabe @EadieB Thank you so much for this information! 😃 13mo
EadieB @BookBabe You‘re welcome! 13mo
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Today‘s reading is really fascinating!

#BookAndBrunch #BibleBuddyRead
#Christian #BuddyRead

maich Perfect place😍 13mo
BookBabe @maich Thank you! 😊 13mo
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Happy Christmas Eve! 🤗

In Luke Chapter24, Jesus has been resurrected and rose from the grave. “He is not here; he has risen!” said the angel to the women looking for Jesus in His tomb. Hallelujah! 🙌🏻

This concludes the #AdventChallenge. If you were following along, you learned the story of Jesus‘s life just in time to celebrate His birthday!

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas! 🎄 ❤️

Gissy Same to you and to your family!
🎄💚❤️💙❤️💚
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Nute Merry Christmas, Jennifer!💚🌟♥️ 13mo
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Luke Chapter 23 is a tough one… it covers Jesus being unjustly accused, tortured, crucified, and killed. Luke left out all the graphic gory detail though, which I do appreciate at this time of year. I prefer to reflect on the heaviness of that on Easter weekend. Yet we have hope, for we know tomorrow is coming!
Day 23 Chapter 23 #AdventChallenge

Megabooks For sure! Easter is my favorite holiday. It carries more meaning for me than Christmas. 13mo
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And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it,and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.”

In the same way, after the supper he took the cup, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you.”

Luke 22:19-20

Thank you Jesus! ❤️

Day 22 Chapter 22 #AdventChallenge

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The Widow‘s Offering
As Jesus looked up, he saw the rich putting their gifts into the temple treasury. He also saw a poor widow put in two very small copper coins. “Truly I tell you,” he said, “this poor widow has put in more than all the others. All these people gave their gifts out of their wealth; but she out of her poverty put in all she had to live on.”
Luke 21:1-4
#AdventChallenge
🎨: James C Christensen

Jensol77 I love this story. 13mo
BookBabe @Jensol77 🤗 Me too! 13mo
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“…At the resurrection whose wife will she be, since the seven were married to her?”
Jesus replied, “The people of this age marry and are given in marriage. But those who are considered worthy of taking part in the age to come and in the resurrection from the dead will neither marry nor be given in marriage, and they can no longer die; for they are like the angels. They are God‘s children, since they are children of the resurrection.”
Luke 20:33–36

BookBabe This is something I had wondered about… I was relieved to have Jesus explain it. 😅 Elizabeth Taylor (conveniently for this post 😛) was married to seven different men.👀Fun fact: she converted to Judaism in 1959. #AdventChallenge 13mo
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Jesus at the Temple
When Jesus entered the temple courts, he began to drive out those who were selling. “It is written,” he said to them, “‘My house will be a house of prayer‘; but you have made it ‘a den of robbers.‘”
Luke 19:45-46
#AdventChallenge

Kappadeemom I think there a few churches like this today 🥲 13mo
BookBabe @Kappadeemom I was thinking that too 😕 13mo
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The Little Children and Jesus
People were also bringing babies to Jesus for him to place his hands on them. When the disciples saw this, they rebuked them. But Jesus called the children to him and said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Truly I tell you, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.”
Luke 18:15-17 #AdventChallenge

Graciouswarriorprincess Beautiful verse and picture!❤️ 13mo
BookBabe @Graciouswarriorprincess ☺️❤️ Thank you! 13mo
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Jesus said to his disciples: “Things that cause people to stumble are bound to come, but woe to anyone through whom they come. It would be better for them to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around their neck than to cause one of these little ones to stumble. So watch yourselves.”
Luke 17:1–3a
Day 17 Chapter 17 #AdventChallenge

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“No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.”
- Jesus

Luke 16:13 📖Day 16 📖Chapter 16 📖 #AdventChallenge

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Would you mind sending me your address! I wanted to send you a card ❤️ loverofbooks75@gmail. Com 13mo
BookBabe @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I sure will! ❤️ Thank you! 🥰 13mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @BookBabe my study guide came in!! ❤️ 13mo
BookBabe @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 😃 Yay!! 🙌🏻 13mo
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This parable really illustrates the point brilliantly. Plus, how cute is this little guy? 🥰

Day 15 Chapter 15 #AdventChallenge

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Watch out, Emily Post—Jesus has great etiquette advice too! 😄 🍽

Day 14 Chapter 14 of the #AdventChallenge

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Day 13 Chapter 13 #AdventChallenge

Original 📸 by Oliver Strewe

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Any other worriers here? 😬🙋🏻‍♀️ But in Luke 12:25 Jesus says, “Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life?” Well. Can‘t argue with that!
Day 12 Chapter 12 #AdventChallenge

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I‘ve always been a worrier! 14mo
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Pretty serious words from Jesus in Luke Chapter 11 Day 11 #AdventChallenge

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From Luke Chapter 10 Day 10 #AdventChallenge 🤍

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Jesus told his disciples to feed the crowd of 5K that was listening to his teaching, but they had only five loaves of bread and two fish! Taking the 5 loaves and the 2 fish and looking up to heaven, Jesus gave thanks and broke them. Then he gave them to the disciples to distribute to the people. They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up 12 basketfuls of broken pieces that were left over! 😮🥖🐟#AdventChallenge Day9 LukeChapter9

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A woman had been hemorrhaging for 12 years and no one could heal her. In a crowd, she came up behind Jesus and touched the hem of his cloak, and immediately her bleeding stopped. Jesus felt power go out from him and knew that someone had touched him beyond just the jostling of the crowd. Read the full fascinating story in Luke 8:43-48!
Day 8 Chapter 8 #AdventChallenge
🎨: Simon Dewey

EvieBee I love how this account teaches that Jesus wasn‘t a rule oriented person, like the religious leaders of his day. He genuinely loved people, including women and children. Equally. Great account. 13mo
BookBabe @EvieBee Yes, exactly! Amen! 🙌🏻 13mo
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One of the most touching stories about Jesus I‘ve read. Excerpt from Luke 7:11-15 ❤️ Day 7 Chapter 7 #AdventChallenge

jdiehr So glad you're sharing this! 14mo
BookBabe @jdiehr thank you so much for the encouragement! ❤️ 14mo
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😮 Definitely the hardest to swallow in Day 6 Chapter 6 #Adventchallenge!

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Day 5 Chapter 5: When Jesus and his disciples were asked “Why do you eat and drink with tax collectors and sinners?”Jesus answered them, “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.”

#AdventChallenge

?:  (Mel Melcon / LA Times)

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This really got my attention in Luke Chapter 4, Day 4 of the #AdventChallenge: the devil knows the Bible inside and out—better than most of us! 😱 When Jesus was being tempted/tested by the devil in the wilderness, the devil himself quoted one of my favorite psalms word for word (Psalm 91:11-12). It disturbed me to hear a psalm that has comforted me like a warm blanket, being recited by the enemy.😠 Then Jesus wielded the Word right back.⚔️

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What I found most fascinating in Luke chapter 3, Day 3 of the #AdventChallenge, is the genealogy of Jesus! It traces his ancestors all the way back to Adam! Here are some of the big names in the Bible that jumped out at me in Jesus‘ genealogy: King David, Boaz, Judah, Jacob, Isaac, Abraham, Noah, and Adam. What a family tree! 😮

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Day 2, Chapter 2 of the #AdventChallenge! As a new mama, this touched my heart in a way it hadn‘t when I read it before becoming a mother. 💕🥰 Mamas, can you relate? Treasuring up every good and kind word spoken about your darling baby and tucking them away in your heart ❤️

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Here‘s yesterday‘s Day one, Chapter 1 post! This passage jumped out at me… I hadn‘t realized that Mary had actually been informed and given her consent! 😃🙌🏻 #adventchallenge

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Fellow Littens, I invite you to join me on an exciting adventure! If you read the Book of Luke in the Bible, a chapter a day, December 1-24, then by Christmas you‘ve learned all about the life of Jesus! It‘s the perfect Advent celebration. Who wants to join me? Post your cozy reading pic each day, or a passage you liked, with hashtag #AdventChallenge and tag me! 🎄🌲🎄

CogsOfEncouragement What a great way to prepare your heart during Advent. Enjoy. This year I‘m enjoying an Advent devotion from The Bible Project on The Bible app. Also, my family is reading Unwrapping The Names of Jesus for the first time. 14mo
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BookBabe @CogsOfEncouragement Amen, agreed! That sounds lovely. I‘m doing an Advent devotion on the Bible app too. ☺️ 14mo
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Geenie ❤️❤️❤️ the Bible. 💖👍 3y
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Since I just found out that its International Cat Day, I had to post a picture of my kitty sleeping on my books. #catsoflitsy

Moony 😍😍🐈🐈 3y
UwannaPublishme Awww! 😻 3y
brit91 Awwww so cute!😻😻😻📚📚📚 3y
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Tonight I am studying my bible trying to find guidance on a possible job change. I am excited but I‘ve also been worried. So I was led to Luke 12:25: “Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life?”

Aims42 ❤️❤️❤️ love that verse! Hope He shows you the path to take 😃 3y
Crazeedi Its wonderful that the holy spirit is with us if we pay attention and look to the Word. May you find where He wants you to go! 3y
Kappadeemom Worry is a conversation you have about things you can‘t change. Prayer is a conversation you have with God about the things He can change ❤️ 3y
OnlyYoo Wishing the best for you! 3y
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