Monthly Archive: September 2018

30
Sep

Zechariah 8-14

Daily Reading Zechariah 8-14 Daily Thought Much of the work of God’s prophets is in the proclamation of judgments and the promise of redemption, but sometimes they foretell the future, and Zechariah more than many. It is a future of God’s glory reflected in his people, “On that day the Lord their God will save […]

28
Sep

Haggai 1-2

Daily Reading Haggai 1-2 Daily Thought It was Sunday morning and the Neri family checked in on Facebook at Rolling Hills Community Church. “God 1st” read the comment. That afternoon, they checked in again, this time at AT&T Park in San Francisco; “Giants 2nd.” I liked that, and they got it right. Said Jesus, “Seek […]

27
Sep

Habakkuk 1-3; Zephaniah 1-3

Daily Reading Habakkuk 1-3; Zephaniah 1-3 Daily Thought A coach and a running back. They were together at the University of Southern California. They won 34 consecutive games, two National Championships, and a Heisman Trophy. But that is not their legacy. They cheated. “Woe to him who builds his realm by unjust gain to set […]

26
Sep

Nahum 1-3

Daily Reading Nahum 1-3 Daily Thought Nineveh was the capital of Assyria, a brutish people who crushed Israel. The city once repented when warned by Jonah of God’s coming wrath, but returned again to evil and worse, “Woe to the bloody city, all full of lies and plunder–no end to the prey!” (Nahum 3:1). This […]

25
Sep

Micah 1-7

Daily Reading Micah 1-7 Daily Thought Micah stood, like ever-so-many prophets of God before and after him, and called out, “Hear, you people, all of you; pay attention, O earth, and all that is in it” (Micah 1:2). He declared a message of judgment, a message repeated as often as needed, which explains why there […]

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