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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

July 1 - OT: Job 20-21; AP: Ecclesiasticus 21:16-28; NT: Acts 10:24-48
July 2 - OT: Job 22-24; AP: Ecclesiasticus 22:1-9; NT: Acts 11
July 3 - OT: Job 25-27; AP: Ecclesiasticus 22:10-18; NT: Acts 12
July 4 - OT: Job 28-29; AP: Ecclesiasticus 22:19-27; NT: Acts 13:1-25
July 5 - OT: Job 30-31; AP: Ecclesiasticus 23:1-10; NT: Acts 13:26-52
July 6 - OT: Job 32-33; AP: Ecclesiasticus 23:10-11; NT: Acts 14
July 7 - OT: Job 34-35; AP: Ecclesiasticus 23:12-28; NT: Acts 15:1-21
July 8 - OT: Job 36-37; AP: Ecclesiasticus 24:1-11; NT: Acts 15:22-41
July 9 - OT: Job 38-40; AP: Ecclesiasticus 24:12-22; NT: Acts 16:1-21
July 10 - OT:  Job 41-42; AP: Ecclesiasticus 24:23-34; NT: Acts 16:22-40
July 11 - OT:  Psalms 1-3; AP: Ecclesiasticus 25:1-13; NT: Acts 17:1-15
July 12 - OT:  Psalms 4-6; AP: Ecclesiasticus 25:14-26; NT: Acts 17:16-34
July 13 - OT:  Psalms 7-9; AP: Ecclesiasticus 26:1-9; NT: Acts 18
July 14 - OT:  Psalms 10-12; AP: Ecclesiasticus 26:10-19; NT: Acts 19:1-20
July 15 – OT:  Psalms 13-15; AP: Ecclesiasticus 26:20-29; NT: Acts 19:21-41
July 16 – OT:  Psalms 16-17; AP: Ecclesiasticus 27:1-10; NT: Acts 20:1-16
July 17 - OT:  Psalms 18-19; AP: Ecclesiasticus 27:11-19; NT: Acts 20:17-38
July 18 - OT:  Psalms 20-22; AP: Ecclesiasticus 27:20-30; NT: Acts 21:1-17
July 19 - OT:  Psalms 23-25; AP: Ecclesiasticus 28:1-12; NT: Acts 21:18-40
July 20 - OT:  Psalms 26--28; AP: Ecclesiasticus 28:13-26; NT: Acts 22
July 21 - OT:  Psalms 29-30; AP: Ecclesiasticus 29:1-7; NT: Acts 23:1-15
July 22 - OT:  Psalms 31-32; AP: Ecclesiasticus 29:8-15; NT: Acts 23:16-35
July 23 - OT:  Psalms 33-34; AP: Ecclesiasticus 29:16-28; NT: Acts 24
July 24 - OT:  Psalms 35-36; AP: Ecclesiasticus 30:1-8; NT: Acts 25
July 25 - OT:  Psalms 37-39; AP: Ecclesiasticus 30:9-17; NT: Acts 26
July 26 - OT:  Psalms 40-42; AP: Ecclesiasticus 30:18-25; NT: Acts 27:1-26
July 27 - OT:  Psalms 43-45; AP: Ecclesiasticus 31:1-10; NT: Acts 27:27-44
July 28 - OT:  Psalms 46-48; AP: Ecclesiasticus 31:11-20; NT: Acts 28
July 29 - OT:  Psalms 49-50; AP: Ecclesiasticus 31:21-31; NT: Romans 1
July 30 - OT:  Psalms 51-53; AP: Ecclesiasticus 32:1-12; NT: Romans 2
July 31 - OT:  Psalms 54-56; AP: Ecclesiasticus 32:13-24; NT: Romans 3

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A Message from God’s Word

Gospel of John 15

“Jesus is the True Vine”

John 15:16-17 – Chosen to Love, “Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that you should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain:  that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in my Name, he may give it you. These things I command you, that ye love one another.”

Jesus didn’t just become the Son of God on his journey in life, self proclaimed, lifted up and made who he was by the men who surrounded him.  Jesus was in the beginning when all things were made and all things were made thru him (see John 1:1-3,14). He is the Word of God that was made flesh, born of flesh, and dwelt among us. Those who followed Jesus, learned from him, and became the servants of God to witness Christ throughout the known world (see John 10:41), they didn’t just happen on to Jesus. They were chosen as vessels to bring the message of redemption and reconciliation to those who had ears to hear and to those that would believe God’s Word that they heard from His very own Son.

Are we chosen without choice?  To my understanding God has given us free will and choice is always a part of choosing and vice versa choosing is always a part of choice. You can’t have one without the other and God always honors His creation with all that He established in the beginning when all things were created.  For as God chose Abraham for a blessing to become a people and a nation for the purpose of being a blessing to all nations, so God in Christ chose those with the message of salvation thru His Son Jesus Christ, the Messiah.
Jesus carefully taught his disciples and when the sacrifice of his body was made and his work was finished, upon the giving of the Holy Ghost the followers of Jesus were prepared and ready to be witnesses for Christ.  How were they to carry out this command of Jesus, we see in verse 17 as Jesus tells them “…that ye love one another.” Without fulfilling this law of God we are helpless. Chosen to love one another is a command of Christ, no choice in this

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