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Daily Bible Readings

CHORDS OF TRUTH from the spirit

Reading from the 1611 King James Version of the Bible, includes the Apocrypha
2014 Read thru the Bible in One Year Ė 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 Ė OT:  Psalms 13-15; AP: Ecclesiasticus 26:20-29; NT: Acts 19:21-41
July 16 Ė 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 Godís Word

Gospel of John 14


John 14-16-18 Ė ďAnd I will pray the Father, and hee shall giue you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for euer, Euen the Spirit of trueth, whom the world cannot receiue, because it seeth him not, neither knowth him: but ye know him, for hee dwelleth with you, and shall be in you.  I wil not leaue you comfortlesse, I will come to you.Ē
 ďEven the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it sees him not, neither knows him: but ye know him for hee dwells with you, and shall be in you.Ē  Do you sometimes instinctively know something is right or wrong?  Can you tell between the truth and a lie?  Are you on occasion or often inspired or moved to act upon a thought without knowing why?  Have you wondered why?

From before the beginning of time our Creator God made us unique to all of His creation and created our bodies to be His temple for such the time of this age that we are now in. When we read the Old Testament we find that throughout this time before Christ the Holy Spirit would come to certain ones of Faith (read Hebrews 10:19-12:2), they would hear from God, they believed what they heard, and were inspired to act by faith on what was unseen and promised to them by God. After Christ Godís Holy Spirit was let loose and God now resides in us, even when we donít know who God is, God knows us.

Godís Spirit resides in the place God created in our bodies and that Spirit of God interacts with our spirit to inspire us, to give us knowledge and understanding. The world (manís ways) has no capacity to understand this truth, only those living Godís ways have this Wisdom.

Amen, Come Lord Jesus.

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