CHORDS OF TRUTH from the spirit
John Chapter 16 for 2016: “Know the Truth, Expect What is Coming”
Reading from the 1611 King James Version of the Bible, includes the Apocrypha
2016 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 35:11-20; NT: Romans 9:1-15
August 8 - OT: Psalms 74-76; AP: Ecclesiasticus 36:1-10 NT: Romans 9:16-33
August 9 - OT: Psalms 77-78; AP: Ecclesiasticus 36:11-18; NT: Romans 10
August 10 - OT: Psalms 79-80; AP: Ecclesiasticus 36:19-26; 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 16

“Know the Truth, Expect What is to Come”

John 16:19-20 – Jesus Explains, “Now Jesus knew that they were desirous to aske him, & said vnto them, Doe ye enquire among your selues of that I saide, A litle while, and ye shall not see mee: and againe; A little while and ye shall see me? Verily, verily I say vnto you, that ye shall weepe and lament, but the world shall reioyce: And ye shall be sorrowfull, but your sorrow shall be turned into ioy.” (1611 spellings: i=j; u=v; v=u, e is added to depict spiritual matter in the text from a physical matter).

Jesus knew what was being said among his disciples and what was on their mind and he took care to answer their questions, so that, at the right time they would understand and remember what he had told them. We often do not have understanding when we have unexplained experiences, but in prayer, when we ask in Jesus name, we receive clarity and know what God is leading and what He is not. Seek to know God’s truth and always ask when you are confused.

There was much turmoil leading up to and during the Reformation period, it what not about starting a new church, it was ALL about the Word of God and making sure that what went forward from that time period would preserve God’s Word. The truth be known, today we are back where we were before the Reformation with all of the new translations that do not carry forward what was discovered in the 1500s.

Erasmus, Luther, Tyndale, followed by Myles Coverdale, John Rogers, John Foxe, and John Knox, ALL, stood firm and dedicated their lives NO MATTER WHAT to bring TRUTH to the scriptures making sure that God’s Word was preserved for those to follow. Do you think it might be important to know the truth? To know who these men were and what they stood for? To know what has happened to the Word of God since that time? More to come next month as we look into the past to understand this great time period.

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