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Weekly Torah Commentary- April 20, 2018 Acharei Mot-Kedoshim

Torah reading:  Leviticus 16-20

Haftorah reading: Amos 9:7-15

God has given us an explicit command regarding how He expects us to live.  It is a commandment found in this week’s Torah portion. 726 more words

Weekly Torah Commentary

day 49 (trek 2): put a psalm in my heart

Read Psalm 119.33-72 today.

Read vs.33-40 this morning, vs.41-64 at mid-day, and vs.65-72 tonight. Draw a length of cord/rope in your Bible’s margin as a part of this project. 14 more words

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day 48 (trek 2): put a psalm in my heart

Our reading of Psalm 119 begins today and will continue through early next week. Today we’ll read and reflect on Psalm 119.1-32 (vs. 1-16 this… 56 more words

Psalms

Integrity- is it attainable?

Psalm 119        Beth

9 How can a young person stay pure?
    By obeying your word.
10 I have tried hard to find you—
    don’t let me wander from your commands. 431 more words

Christian Living

Home Again

It is interesting to me that today’s psalm response from the lectionary is part of 119 – the longest psalm of all in the Bible. Fitting, I thought, after a week away that held so many diverse moments, including childhood memories as well as experiences of new places and events. 169 more words

Prayer and Meditation for Monday, April 16, 2018 -- "Do not work for food that perishes but for the food that endures for eternal life."

Monday of the Third Week of Easter
Lectionary: 273

St Stephen in a pit, about to be stoned

Reading 1 ACTS 6:8-15

Stephen, filled with grace and power, 1,634 more words

Strengthen Me According to Your Word

I will praise Him!

ד Daleth

I am laid low in the dust;
    preserve my life according to your word.
I gave an account of my ways and you answered me;

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