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John Chapter 15 for 2015:  “Jesus is the True Vine” (We are the Branches)
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2015 Read thru the Bible in One Year – Daily Bible Readings

August 1 - OT: Psalms 57-59; AP: Ecclesiasticus 33:1-10; NT: Romans 4
August 2 - OT: Psalms 60-62; AP: Ecclesiasticus 33:11-21; NT: Romans 5
August 3 - OT: Psalms 63-65; AP: Ecclesiasticus 33:22-31; NT: Romans 6
August 4 - OT: Psalms 66-67; AP: Ecclesiasticus 34:1-13; NT: Romans 7
August 5 - OT: Psalms 68-69; AP: Ecclesiasticus 34:14-26; NT: Romans 8:1-21
August 6 - OT: Psalms 70-71; AP: Ecclesiasticus 35:1-10; NT: Romans 8:22-39
August 7 - OT: Psalms 72-73; AP: Ecclesiasticus 35:1-10; NT: Romans 9:1-15
August 8 - OT: Psalms 74-76; AP: Ecclesiasticus 35:11-20 NT: Romans 9:16-33
August 9 - OT: Psalms 77-78; AP: Ecclesiasticus 36:1-13; NT: Romans 10
August 10 - OT:  Psalms 79-80; AP: Ecclesiasticus 36:14-26; NT: Romans 11:1-18
August 11 - OT:  Psalms 81-83; AP: Ecclesiasticus 37:1-10; NT: Romans 11:19-36
August 12 - OT:  Psalms 84-86; AP: Ecclesiasticus 37:11-21; NT: Romans 12
August 13 - OT:  Psalms 87-88; AP: Ecclesiasticus 37:22-31; NT: Romans 13
August 14 - OT:  Psalms 89-90; AP: Ecclesiasticus 38:1-11; NT: Romans 14
August 15 – OT:  Psalms 91-93; AP: Ecclesiasticus 38:12-23; NT: Romans 15:1-13
August 16 – OT:  Psalms 94-96; AP: Ecclesiasticus 38:24-34; NT: Romans 15:14-33
August 17 - OT:  Psalms 97-99; AP: Ecclesiasticus 39:1-11; NT: Romans 16
August 18 - OT:  Psalms 100-102; AP: Ecclesiasticus 39:12-23; NT: 1 Corinthians 1
August 19 - OT:  Psalms 103-104; AP: Ecclesiasticus 39:13:35; NT: 1 Corinthians 2
August 20 - OT:  Psalms 105-106; AP: Ecclesiasticus 40:1-10; NT: 1 Corinthians 3
August 21 - OT:  Psalms 107-109; AP: Ecclesiasticus 40:11-21; NT: 1 Corinthians 4
August 22 - OT:  Psalms 110-112; AP: Ecclesiasticus 40:22-30; NT: 1 Corinthians 5
August 23 - OT:  Psalms 113-115; AP: Ecclesiasticus 41:1-12; NT: 1 Corinthians 6
August 24 - OT:  Psalms 116-118; AP: Ecclesiasticus 41:13-24 1 Corinthians 7:1-19
August 25 - OT:  Psalms 119:1-88; AP: Ecclesiasticus 42:1-13: 1 Corinthians 7:20-40
August 26 - OT:  Psalms 119:89-176; AP: Eccesiasticus 42:14-25: 1 Corinthians 8
August 27 - OT:  Psalms 120-122; AP: Eccesiasticus 43:1-11: 1 Corinthians 9
August 28 - OT:  Psalms 123-125; AP: Eccesiasticus 43:12-22: 1 Corinthians 10:1-18
August 29 - OT:  Psalms 126-128; AP: Eccesiasticus 43:23-33: 1 Corinthians 10:19-33
August 30 - OT:  Psalms 129-131; AP: Eccesiasticus 44:1-11: 1 Corinthians 11:1-16
August 31 - OT:  Psalms 132-134; AP: Eccesiasticus 44:12-23: 1 Corinthians 11:17-34
 

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A Message from God’s Word

Gospel of John 15

“Jesus is the True Vine”

John 15:18-19 – Yee Are Not of the World, “If the world hate you, yee know that it hated me before it hated you. If ye were of the world, the world would love his own:  But because yee are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.” (double “ee” is Spiritual, single is Physical)

The good news to those today that have heard God’s word and believe it “are not”, I repeat “are not”, of the world. Jesus is clear in his message in these versus explaining to his followers, and to us today, what can be expected from this physical world, if we believe that Jesus is the Son of God who came and died for our sins.  Simply put if the world hates you for what you believe, know that it first hated Jesus, to the point the only thing they concluded they could do to silence him was to kill him.

How is this good news? Look around you today how are things looking to you? Can we be pleased with the choices we see being made by those around us, by leaders who represent us, by our world that seems to be in turmoil? The good news in our conclusions to these questions is that nothing in this world has any lasting effect on our life eternal, we are established by our faith in Jesus Christ and our feet are securely planted in the kingdom of God.  Believing this to be truth changes us at the very core of our being and like Jesus we then can consider ourselves “not of this world.”

Our hearts can be set on fire with fear and we may feel overcome by the terrors we experience in our lives and see as others we know go thru, or just the daily reporting of the conditions around the world. Read Psalm 55 and see the answer to the oppression of living in the world but not being a part of it, calling upon God in our distress, as King David of the Old Testament did, praying , praising, and seeking God for our deliverance. This is our answer, fall to our knees and seek God!

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