Daily Bible Reading, King James Version, Daily-Bible-Reading, 1611 Holy Bible, Read thru the bible in one year, Daily Bible Text, Bible Text

Daily Bible Reading - Read the Bible thur in One Year

Learn About the Bible and the many Versions

Daily Bible Readings

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

February 1 - OT: Exodus 27-28; AP:  2 Esdras 2:26-40 NT:  Matthew 21:1-22
February 2 - OT: Exodus 29-30; AP:  2 Esdras 2:41-3:8 NT: Matthew 21:23-46
February 3 - OT: Exodus 31-33; AP:  2 Esdras 3:9-24 NT: Matthew 22:1-22
February 4 - OT: Exodus 34-35; AP:  2 Esdras 3:25-4:4 NT: Matthew 22:23-46
February 5 - OT: Exodus 36-38; AP:  2 Esdras 4:5-20 NT: Matthew 23:1-22
February 6 - OT: Exodus 39-40; AP:  2 Esdras 4:21-36 NT:  Matthew 23:23-39
February 7 - OT: Leviticus 1-3; AP: 2 Esdras 4:37-52 NT: Matthew 24:1-31
February 8 - OT: Leviticus 4-5; AP: 2 Esdras 5:1-16 NT:  Matthew 24:32-51
February 9 - OT: Leviticus 6-7; AP: 2 Esdras 5:17-32 NT: Matthew 25:1-30
February 10 - OT:  Leviticus 8-10; AP: 2 Esdras 5:33-48 NT: Matthew 25:31-46
February 11 - OT:  Leviticus 11-12; AP:  2 Esdras 5:49-6:8 NT: Matthew 26:1-25
February 12 - OT:  Leviticus 13; AP: 2 Esdras 6:9-24 NT:  Matthew 26:26-46
February 13 - OT:  Leviticus 14; AP: 2 Esdras 6:25-40 NT: Matthew 26:47-75
February 14 - OT:  Leviticus 15-16; AP:  2 Esdras 6:41-56 NT:  Matthew 27:1-28
February 15 - OT:  Leviticus 17-18; AP:  2 Esdras 6:57-7:13 NT:  Matthew 27:29-50
February 16 - OT:  Leviticus 19-20; AP:  2 Esdras 7:14-29 NT:  Matthew 27:51-66
February 17 - OT:  Leviticus 21-22; AP:  2 Esdras 7:30-45 NT:  Matthew 28
February 18 - OT:  Leviticus 23-24; AP:  2 Esdras 7:46-61 NT:  Mark 1:1-20
February 19 - OT:  Leviticus 25; AP: 2 Esdras 7:62-8:7 NT:  Mark 1:21-45
February 20 - OT:  Leviticus 26-27; AP:  2 Esdras 8:8-23 NT: Mark 2
February 21 - OT:  Numbers 1-2; AP:  2 Esdras 8:24-39 NT:  Mark 3:1-19
February 22 - OT:  Numbers 3-4; AP:  2 Esdras 8:40-55 NT:  Mark 3:20-35
February 23 - OT:  Numbers 5-6; AP:  2 Esdras 8:56-9:8 NT: Mark 4:1-20
February 24 - OT:  Numbers 7-8; AP:  2 Esdras 9:9-24 NT: Mark 4:21-41
February 25 - OT:  Numbers 9-11; AP: 2 Esdras 9:25-40 NT: Mark 5:1-20
February 26 - OT:  Numbers 12-14; AP:  2 Esdras 9:41-10:9 NT:  Mark 5:21-43
February 27 - OT:  Numbers 15-17; AP:  2 Esdras 10:10-25 NT: Mark 6:1-31
February 28 - OT:  Numbers 18-21; AP:  2 Esdras 10:26-41 NT: Mark 6:32-56
Febryary 29 –
This is a Leap Year take time to reflect, maybe even fast for this one day
 

Quoted text are taken from the 1611 King James Version of the Bible with the many variety of spellings, which ARE NOT MISTAKES. The beauty of this Bible is from these spellings you can learn to number and add the sum of God’s word and know without a doubt what the meaning of the scriptures are as you read. A language that was created for a 5th grade level reader and a system for clarity of understanding God’s word without commentary.  For More Information Visit our website: www.ChristianMissionConnection.org

A Message from God’s Word

Gospel of John 15

“Know the Truth, Expect What is to Come”

John 16: 4-6 – Jesus Speaks, Are we Listening;  “But these things haue I told you, that when the time shall come, ye may remember that I told you of them.  And these things I said not vnto you at the beginning, because I was with you.  But now I goe my way to him that sent mee, and none of you asketh me, Whither goest thou? But because I haue saide these things vnto you, sorrow hath filled your heart.”

Jesus spoke to his disciples about things that he knew were to happen, so that when those things occurred the disciples would remember what Jesus had said and they would have understanding.  Should we believe the words spoken by Jesus to those closest to him, whom he taught every day concerning the truth of God? It is vitally important that these words are translated so we understand in the same way they did.

In Acts 11:26 we read that the followers of Jesus were first called Christians in Antioch. This is where Saul (Paul) came to learn, as where many that were taught by the disciples including those that were in mission with the disciples. All the letters and documents that were used to teach about Jesus the Christ, the Son of God, were collected there throughout the years, it was a center for spreading the gospel message concerning Jesus Christ.  Then during the Middle Ages the Turks ran the Greek Christians out and they went west with their documents, This collection became part of what would be known as the Textus Recptus aka the “Received Text”. This text is what fell into the hands of the reformers at the beginning of the reformation; Erasmus compiled them and Tyndale, Luther, Swingley, and others used them as the basis of translation into the languages of those whom they taught.

The Textus Recptus is what was used by the translators of the Authorized Version of the King James 1611 Holy Bible (AV). This was no ordinary bible, it weighed 16 lbs. and 11 ounces, its pages measured 16x11.  Even today, bibles “claim” the original KJV to be the Standard against which they are compared. It is the only Bible referred to by the year it was originally printed.  More details to come in next month’s Daily Bible Readings.

[Bible Text] [CMC  Home Page]