We conclude Revelation with a vision of what is in store for believers and non-believers, then begin Hosea, where we see God’s ultimate vision of forgiveness for Israel, even though she is often unfaithful.
Daniel is preserved in the den of lions, and he is given visions of some of the events of the end of time.
Today we learn about the incredible responsibility of the messenger of God.
Prophecies against many different peoples are proclaimed in today’s chapters.
The final chapter of Jeremiah talks about the fall of Jerusalem and the final days of Johoiachin, King of Judah.
1 Timothy is Paul’s letter of advice to his young protégé, a young pastor.
A short trip back to the New Testament to read the entire book of 2 Thessalonians, in which Paul addresses a church that he is happy with, and then back to the Old Testament to begin the prophetic book of Jeremiah. In today’s reading, Jeremiah brings God’s message to Israel. It is a message of disappointment and jealousy.
Paul ends his letter by encouraging the saints. Lamentations is a book written about Israel after the people have turned away from God and He had allowed it to fall.
This book on married love concludes today. For more information I suggest you go to your nearest Christian bookstore and buy a commentary.
Ecclesiastes comes to a close with Solomon’s bottom line being exactly right! Then we begin a very unique book…one that is dedicated to the celebration of married love.
Solomon’s cynicism continues, but there are some glimpses of light, too.