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Isaiah 14 Notes

Chapter Fourteen:

v.2: Isaiah describes the Jewish relationship with the Gentiles in two ways. One is in verses such as 2:2-4, 11:10, 42:6, and 60:1-3. In these verses, the Gentiles are at peace with the Jews because they have accepted the Jewish God; hence, they are no longer a threat to the Jewish nation. 340 more words

TODAY'S BIBLE READING I (1 KINGS 3:5, 7-12)

YOU HAVE ASKED FOR A DISCERNING JUDGEMENT FOR YOURSELF.

The Lord appeared to Solomon in a dream and said, “Ask what you would like me to give you.” Solomon replied, “Lord, my God, you have made your servant king in succession to David my father. 147 more words

Prayers For Ordinary Time

Come to the House of the Lord. 2 Chronicles 29-30; 32-34

I published another article about select sections of the Old Testament (otherwise known as the Hebrew Bible).  This article is entitled: “Come to the House of the Lord. 158 more words

Psalm 50-52; Acts 27:1-25

Psalm 52:8 …I trust in the mercy of God forever and forever.

Mercy – the answer to the mess I get myself in or allow others to put me in, which I guess is the same thing. 306 more words

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Pleading for mercy

07.27.2014 Old Testament: Psa 51.1–2

To read the Bible in a year, read Psalms 50–52 on July 27, In the year of our Lord 2014… 122 more words

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Honouring the Son

John 5:23: that all may honor the Son, just as they honor the Father. Whoever does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent him. 1,152 more words

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Isaiah 14 Notes

Chapter Fourteen:

v.2: Isaiah describes the Jewish relationship with the Gentiles in two ways. One is in verses such as 2:2-4, 11:10, 42:6, and 60:1-3. In these verses, the Gentiles are at peace with the Jews because they have accepted the Jewish God; hence, they are no longer a threat to the Jewish nation. 340 more words