Bible in a Year
*WORD ALIVE in 365*
Welcome to the Joyful Times Today chronological study of the Bible in a year, complete with inspirational graphics. We’re so glad you’re joining us!
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1 Chronicles and 2 Samuel
It’s been an incredible journey for us all as we travel through the Bible chronologically, hasn’t it? I’d wondered how this study would incorporate Psalms since there are 150 chapters. I’ve enjoyed the back and forth motion of reading Chronicles and Samuels with the Psalms. We’re passed 1/3 of our journey so I feel we’re all gaining a lot of wisdom and Biblical knowledge.
Also, we have new people who have joined us late, and they are making comments along the way too. I feel like I’m getting to know you by your comments, and continually wish I could respond to your comments. Maybe I could stop sleeping so I would have more time. That won’t happen! Just remember I have to approve them so I do read them.
When it comes to thinking about giants, I’m mesmerized. Because God has it recorded, these men must have been much larger. You might enjoy taking a peek at images on Google. Type “Philistine Giants” and you’ll find a lot of images. Some silly, some good.
The Capture of Rabbah (1-3)
Philistine Giants Killed (4-8)
Source: Ultimate Bible Collection
David and Bathsheba
Nathan Rebukes David (1-14)
David’s Child Dies (15-23)
Solomon’s Birth (24-25)
Rabbah Is Captured (26-31)
While you are reading and you come to your favorite verse or learn something new, leave your thoughts in the comment section below and bless others in our community! We read all of your comments!
For introduction information, how to read the Bible, links, and more, go to the Joyful Times Today chronological Bible reading plan Day 1.
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