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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 115

F260 Day 115: Micah 1; 4:6-13; 5

Micah 1; 4:6-13; 5 Micah is a prophet who preached of coming judgment upon Israel, particularly the kingdom of Judah. The message is the same that other prophets have preached. Israel is facing God’s wrath because of their continued rebellion and idolatry. Basically, all the curses from Deuteronomy 28 are going to come upon them …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 114

F260 Day 114: Isaiah 65-66

Isaiah 65-66 As the book of Isaiah closes, there is a line drawn between two types of people. First there are those who do not seek the Lord and go after their own way. God will bring judgment upon this group of people and they will face his wrath. On the other hand, there are …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 113

F260 Day 113: Isaiah 52-53

Isaiah 52-53 As a people, Israel rejected God and walked in constant rebellion. But, the Lord is bringing salvation to them. This salvation will come by way of their long awaited Messiah, but not in the way they expect. This servant of the Lord is crushed and killed so that our sins are atoned for. …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 112

F260 Day 112: Isaiah 44-45

Isaiah 44-45 The emphasis of these chapters is God and his uniqueness. There is no other god like him. Unlike idols, the Lord knows and predicts the future. He is not made with human hands, but is the one who fashioned all of creation by the work of his own hands. And to prove this, …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 111

F260 Day 111: Isaiah 6; 9

Isaiah 6; 9 There is a lot going on in these two chapters. First, in the year that King Uzziah of Judah died, Isaiah encounters the Lord. In this divine encounter, Isaiah sees the Lord’s glory and is called to be his mouthpiece to Israel. With this, the Lord calls Isaiah to preach a message …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 110

F260 Day 110: Joel 1-3

Joel 1-3 Joel is a prophet we do not know much about. Nor do we know much about the timeframe when he made his prophecies. What we do know is this was a period of natural disaster caused by locusts. Locusts ravaged the land and left very little for sustenance for the people of Israel. …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 109

F260 Day 109: Amos 1:1; 9

Amos 1:1; 9 Amos is a prophet who was a contemporary of Hosea. The two prophesied at the same time about Israel’s sin and need for repentance. In Amos’ final vision he tells the people of Israel that the Lord’s hand of judgment will come upon them. Their sin and idolatry has gone on long …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 108

F260 Day 108: Hosea 1-3

Hosea 1-3 Hosea was a prophet God used during a period in Israel’s history when they were neck deep in idolatry. God commanded Hosea to marry a prostitute and then used this marriage as a visual illustration of Israel’s idolatry and unfaithfulness to him. Part of Hosea’s message was warning Israel of their impending end …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 107

F260 Day 107: Jonah 3-4

Jonah 3-4 God once again calls Jonah to Nineveh. This time Jonah heeds the Lord’s command and makes the 500+ mile journey. Once in Nineveh, Jonah proclaims that the city will be destroyed in 40 days. Upon hearing this message all the people repent and turn to the Lord. Seeing their repentance, the Lord relents …

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F260 Bible Reading Plan - Day 106

F260 Day 106: Jonah 1-2

Jonah 1-2 Jonah was a prophet during the reign of Jeroboam II, king of Israel. The Lord called Jonah to preach against the evils of those living in the Assyrian city of Nineveh. Instead of obeying the Lord’s command, Jonah fled from the Lord’s presence to Joppa and got on a ship headed to Tarshish. …

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