Category: Chronological Bible Study

  • 1 Kings 1-2

    1 Kings 1-2

    Adonijah, one of David’s sons, set up himself to be king. He wasn’t given the authority, by a very old King David. However Adonijah, was accustomed to doing as he pleased.  Nathan and Bathsheba sought to make things right, since Solomon was promised to be the next king. While there are many important points, I […]


  • Psalm 119

    Psalm 119

    Today’s reading plan includes this incredible chapter. Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Bible. You can find in around the middle section of your physical Bible. I cannot cover all of this beautiful chapter, but let’s find some treasures to note – shall we? Happy are all who perfectly follow the laws of […]

  • Psalms #5

    Psalms #5

    Psalm 108 – (1) Have a ready heart. While we make sure to get dressed physically before leaving for church each Sunday morning, we need to become a people who get their hearts ready to enter into the Lord’s presence! It isn’t just a Sunday morning thing, either. O God, my heart is ready to praise you! I […]

  • Job 21-23

    Job 21-23

    Chapter 21 – Job speaks “Listen to what I say. Let this be your way of comforting me. Be patient while I speak. Then after I have finished speaking, you may make fun of me (vv. 2-3, ERV).” All Job wants is – comfort. He is hurting on an intense level, and his friends aren’t showing much comfort […]

  • Leviticus 1-2

    Leviticus 1-2

    Then the Lord called to Moses and said to him from the meeting tent, Speak to the Israelites and say to them: When any of you present a livestock offering to the Lord, you can present it from either the herd or the flock (1:1-2, CSB). The Lord is deliberate in teaching the Israelites how […]