About Frugal Fish

I grew up on Elim Bible Institute, Lima NY & Pinecrest Bible Training Center (Now the Whitestone Academy), Salisbury Center, NY, where my father was on staff. I have read the Bible through, every year since I was 13. I moved to Fairfield and started playing the piano at the Foursquare Church. I became secretary/treasurer and served for 24 years, stepping down due to a health issue. My family now attends the Fairfield satellite of Faith Christian Outreach Center, Mt. Pleasant, where we serve in the worship band. We have three grown children and one grandchild. ©2009-2018 frugalfish.org. All rights reserved.

Your Hope Won’t Be Cut Off

The owner of Nose Worthy Travel flew to Israel on Monday. He was checking accommodations for all his tours. He found the hotels were double-booked in March and April.

He arrived right after the announcement. Thank God he found a flight out.

God spared us that nightmare!

The expensive insurance did not work in this scenario. They said we should have known the Coronavirus was going to cancel all flights. (We should have known last August?) If we cancel, we lose all our money.

We rescheduled.

We are going to Israel.

Proverbs 23:17, 18, “Don’t let your heart envy sinners, but fear the Lord constantly; then you will have a future, and your hope won’t be cut off.” Common English Bible

March 11, 2020: Proverbs 23-26.

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Plans of the Diligent

“Breaking news coming out of Israel indicates that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government will impose a self-quarantine for a period of 14-days due to the coronavirus.”

“Israel will Begin Quarantining All Arrivals for 14 Days”

Our flight was in 14 days! The trip is postponed.

While notifying family, I told them, “God has a plan.” Though disappointed, I am choosing to trust God.

Proverbs 21:2, 5, “Everyone’s path is straight in their own eyes, but the Lord weighs the heart. …

5) The plans of the diligent end up in profit, but those who hurry end up with loss.” Common English Bible

 

  • We prayed for 30 years.
  • We saved for 8 years.
  • We sacrificed a truck, satellite TV, and a dishwasher.

Proverbs 10:24, “What the wicked dread will come on them, but what the righteous desire will be given to them.” Common English Bible

We are going to Israel!

“…Your faith must be in God, not your faith! …what God has promised, knowing that in His time it will come to pass because it’s His will….”

The Word for You Today, 3-10-2020

March 10, 2020: Proverbs 19-22.

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Those Who Hate Correction

Early each morning, I write down the Bible verses that speak to me. Sometimes, I wonder if the verse it prophetic. When I see “discipline” and “correction,” I think of punishment. Then I remembered reading about discipline a few days ago.

Proverbs 13:24, “Those who withhold the rod hate their children, but the one who loves them applies discipline.” Common English Bible

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“…Many readers know this verse better as ‘Spare the rod and spoil the child,’ but these words don’t occur in the Bible. Proverbs 13:24 and other verses in the book use the term ‘rod’ (Proverbs 22:15; 23:13, 14; 29:15). The Hebrew word translated ‘rod’ is shevet. It occurs 190 times in the Old Testament and can mean ‘stick, staff, rod, scepter, tribe, division, lance, spear.’ In this verse, rod occurs with another Hebrew term, musar, which can mean the idea of physical or oral reproof and the idea of a body of knowledge to be mastered. Together the two words may refer to a physical punishment; they may refer to a verbal correction, and they may have to do with sharing knowledge with a young student (see Proverbs 19:27; 20:30).”

Common English Bible Notes on Proverbs 13:24

A shepherd’s rod blocks a lamb from going into danger. It works like a baby gate at the top of the stairs. It’s a correction – “Don’t go that way.”

A king extends his scepter to invite you closer. But pointed away, you are rejected and possibly condemned.

A child reaching for a hot pan gets his hand smacked away. That physical correction spares them excruciating pain.

Oral reproofs may be whispered, “Please chew with your mouth closed.” Others are screamed, “Stop! There’s a car coming!”

And there’s discipleship – like teaching your child to tie his shoes. God is teaching me about my diet. With his correction, I will live longer.

Proverbs 15:10, “Discipline is severe for those who abandon the way; those who hate correction will die.” Common English Bible

All areas of my life need discipline. My piano playing will improve with the discipline of daily practice.

I dream of combining my blogs. I need a plan and discipline for that to happen.

“Your dream and your talent are important, but long-term success won’t happen without a plan. …A plan takes your dreams and talents and maximizes them by bringing structure to the concept. It involves being committed to a budget; it means constantly working on specific goals and details. …Write down your plan, which includes specific actions and deadlines to fulfill it. …”

The Word for You Today, March 9, 2020

March 9, 2020: Proverbs 15-18.

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Wisdom Brings Humility

I was confident about my new diet plan…until I started adding up the calories.

  • Chicken Zoodles, 1/2 serving – 365
  • Olive Garden Salad – 140
  • Olive Garden Breadsticks, 2 – 300
  • Andes Mints, 2 – 50

Thank God, we didn’t order extra breadsticks or dessert!

My plan fell apart.

We stopped for ice cream – 330 calories. But, hey, we were celebrating Olivia’s birthday!

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That evening we went to a small town, soup supper fundraiser. Derek was playing and I promised to go.

My choices for the meal weren’t bad but they had pie. I snatched it up not caring about the calories!

At intermission, they offered a second serving of dessert. They didn’t want to waste them.

Of course, I got in line.

Proverbs 11:2, “When pride comes, so does shame, but wisdom brings humility.” Common English Bible

What food is irresistible to you?

March 8, 2020: Proverbs 11-14.

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Become Wiser

I swished the chocolate milk around my mouth and took the Prednisone. Those pills stick to your tongue and leave a bitterness you can’t scrape off. It helps to coat your mouth with thick, chocolate milk.

Following my plan, I ate 2 poached eggs, 2 pieces of toast, and a banana. (A banana or apple count as 2 servings of fruit.)

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We took our granddaughter, Olivia, to the Olive Garden for her birthday. My goal: 2 Bread, 2 Vegetables, 1 Meat, 1 Dairy, and 1 Fruit. I ordered Chicken Zoodles, but after noting the calories, I ate half.

I’m learning to plan my food choices.

Proverbs 9:9, “Teach the wise, and they will become wiser; inform the righteous, and their learning will increase.” Common English Bible

March 7, 2020: Proverbs 7-10.

 

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Corrective Teaching is the Path of Life

As I looked over various diet plans, I noticed many said, “No bread.” Each time I read that, Matthew 6:11 would run through my head.

“Give us, Lord, our daily bread.”

Then I looked at different menu plans written by nutritionists. There were two servings of bread/cereal at breakfast and lunch. I broke down the menus into the four food groups: Bread, Fruits and Vegetables, Dairy, and Meats.

My daily goal was 1 Bread, 4 Fruits, 6 Vegetables, 3 Dairy, 1 Meat and 11 glasses of water. I would eat a light breakfast with 1 bread; super light lunch and dinner, no bread. I would still be hungry after dinner. I need “Daily Bread!”

I worked out a new plan. I will continue to count calories and monitor the results. I know God will correct me when I get off course.

Proverbs 6:23, “The commandment is a lamp and instruction a light; corrective teaching is the path of life.” Common English Bible

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Proverbs 3:1, 2, 12, “My son, don’t forget my instruction. Let your heart guard my commands, 2) because they will help you live a long time and provide you with well-being. …12) The Lord loves those he corrects, just like a father who treats his son with favor.” Common English Bible

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“…Learning wisdom is a journey full of twists and turns, obstacles and open doors, and good and bad choices. Wisdom is found in straight courses (4:11); the way of the righteous is like morning light (4:18). The way of the wicked… is full of stumbling (4:16) and is like deep darkness (4:19).” Common English Bible Notes on Proverbs 4:10-19

March 6, 2020: Proverbs 3-6.

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To Teach Wisdom and Discipline

“For 10 weeks, Mark Haub, a professor of human nutrition at Kansas State University, ate one of these sugary cakelets every three hours, instead of meals. To add variety in his steady stream of Hostess and Little Debbie Snacks, Haub munched on Doritos chips, sugary cereals, and Oreos, too.

His premise: That in weight loss, pure calorie counting is what matters most – not the nutritional value of the food. …he shed 27 pounds in two months. …”

“Twinkie Diet Helps Nutrition Professor Lose 27 Pounds”

The Lord’s Prayer, in The Message Bible, says, “Give us three square meals a day.” Yet most diets plan for three meals and three snacks!

In light of these several rounds of Prednisone, I am concerned about my weight. I eat a salad for lunch every day – and it still keeps creeping up!

I decided to skip snacks and start counting calories. What a surprise! Some of my “healthy” choices pack a lot of calories.

God cares about every aspect of our life. He wants to give us wisdom about everything!

Solomon, the wisest man on earth, studied the flora, fauna, literature, justice, and scientific exploration. We should all do the same.

1 Kings 4:29, “And God gave Solomon wisdom and very great understanding – insight as long as the seashore itself.”

Common English Bible

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“…Besides exercising his wisdom in the administration of justice (1 Kings 3:28), Solomon also was involved in literary production or collection and in scientific exploration. He came to be associated with the literature of wisdom. …Since wisdom is both a gift from God and a quest for understanding, it makes sense that Solomon should be interested in the flora and fauna of the natural world. …Solomon’s wisdom can be likened to Adam’s; both were involved in ordering and naming the creatures (Genesis 2:19-20), a task that depended on the wisdom of observation.”

Common English Bible Notes on 1 Kings 4:32-33

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Proverbs 1:2, “Their purpose is to teach wisdom and discipline, to help one understand wise sayings.”

Common English Bible

Wisdom. Discipline. Order. I am getting all three through prayer and Bible Study. I must constantly evaluate things through observation.

March 5, 2020: 2 Chronicles 1; 1 Kings 4; Proverbs 1, 2.

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Against Terrors That Come by Night

We joyfully announced our upcoming trip to Israel! We were not surprised that Satan attacked to discourage us.

Journal, 2-21-2020: I’m on the last day of my fifth round of Prednisone. I decided to update my license to a real ID. I kept waking up worrying about it. I’m moving ahead on the trip despite these allergy flares. …

Psalms 31:2, “Listen closely to me! Deliver me quickly; be a rock that protects me; be a strong fortress that saves me!” Common English Bible

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“Psalms 31 is a prayer for help with the typical elements: complaint and petition…along with affirmations of trust and praise…is unique because the expressions of praise/trust begin, end, and pervade the psalm, giving it a character similar to the psalms of trust.” Common English Bible Notes on Psalms 31:1-24

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2 Samuel 16:12, “Perhaps the Lord will see my distress; perhaps the Lord will repay me with good for this cursing today.” Common English Bible

February 21, 2020: Psalms 31, 55; 2 Samuel 16; Psalms 3-5.

Journal, 2-22-2020: The tear duct in my right eye is clogged again. I have red hives under my eyes. I decided to switch from Allegra to Claritin for a few weeks. …

(The Allegra builds up in my system and I have to take a break. I’ve been on a double dose all winter. That is not normal!)

…We have gone over my list of triggers. A week ago, I ordered a new coat. I am allergic to feathers and the “encapsulated feathers” are poking through. The coat is red and the red dye is a possible trigger. I went through the cupboards checking for it. Thank God, Aldi does not add it to their products!

I found it in my favorite dressing. I mixed “red dye-free” ketchup with mayonnaise. Then added some relish to make my own “1000 Island Dressing.” Each day I ask God to show me anything I can do to stop this reaction. …

2 Samuel 18:4, “The king said to them, ‘I will do whatever you think is best.'” Common English Bible

February 22, 2020: Psalms 6, 8, 64; 2 Samuel 17, 18.

Journal 2-23-2020: The tear duct in my right eye is closed. My eyes are swollen with red hives. I used a warm wet compress and flushed them with saltwater. Then I used a sinus rinse and washed my hair in the tub. I hoped the rinse would run into my upper sinuses and run down to unclog that duct. …After church and the nursing home service, I took Benadryl and went to bed.

Somehow, I got off on my list of chapters! I read the ones assigned to the 24th! I didn’t notice it until the 25th!

Psalm 18:27, “You are the one who saves people who suffer and brings down those with proud eyes.” Common English Bible

I sure don’t have proud eyes today! Makeup was out of the question. I know God saves those who suffer. There is hope.

February 24, 2020: 2 Samuel 21, 22; Psalm 18.

Journal 2-24-2020: …I moved Valentine’s Day Decorations and red candles from boxes to clear totes. (I decorated for St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday.) My goal is to eventually move all my storage into clear totes. Dust is a huge trigger. …

Psalm 20:4, “Let God grant what is in your heart and fulfill all your plans.” Common English Bible

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Psalm 20:14, “And save me from willful sins. Don’t let them rule me. Then I’ll be completely blameless; I’ll be innocent of great wrongdoing.” Common English Bible

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“Blameless: The word does not mean sinless. It means “completeness, wholeness,” and is sometimes translated “integrity” (see Psalm 18:25). Listening to God’s instruction and being forgiven by God, the psalmist will be fully in relationship to God.” Common English Bible Notes on Psalm 20:14

February 25, 2020: Psalms 19-21, 65-68.

Journal 2-25-2020: Exercise. Journal. Devotions. I wrote a post about going to Israel. Then I checked the 2021 April Bible Reading Guide. …

Psalms 61:8, “Then I will sing praises to your name forever, and I will do what I promised every single day.” Common English Bible

I found I am off on the chapters by a day. Somehow, I missed February 23rd. I read it today.

February 23, 2020: Psalms 61, 62, 89; 2 Samuel 19, 20.

Journal 2-26-2020: Both eyes are almost swollen shut!!! I took pictures and sent them to my doctor. Then I made an appointment.

He replied, “More Prednisone!”

I canceled the appointment. Every few hours, I boiled purified water; I poured it over 2 washcloths; let it cool 10 minutes; then put them on my eyes and mouth for 10 minutes. I have hives around my mouth now, too. (Sigh.) I switched back to Allegra. …

…David picked up more meds. I took them and finished my devotions. No post today. I just can’t see! …

…I sent a picture of my eyes to the worship pastor, the head of the E3 cafe, and Derek, saying, “Just between you and me, I can’t see! This is an allergy flare. I’m out for tonight!”

Psalms 138:3, 7, “On the day I cried out, you answered me. You encouraged me with inner strength. …Whenever I am in deep trouble, you make me live again…” Common English Bible

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Psalm 141:1, “I cry out to you, Lord: Come to me quickly! Listen to my voice when I cry out to you!” Common English Bible

February 26, 2020: Psalms 138-141, 143-145.

Journal 2-27-2020: I dragged through exercise. My mouth and eyes have red, swollen hives. …I soaked them four times today. …

…Kenny V. called. His mother passed away. He asked me to accompany his cousin at the funeral. I should be tapering off of Prednisone by Monday. I agreed. He dropped off music to the hymn she wanted – “Tell Mother I’ll Be There.”

2 Samuel 23:2, “The Lord’s spirit speaks through me; his word is on my tongue.” Common English Bible

I will be there.

February 27, 2020: 2 Samuel 23, 24; 1 Chronicles 21.

Journal, 2-28-2020: David woke me up when he left for work. I drug myself out of bed. I boiled water for a warm compress and went back to bed.

I took another picture of my eyes and sent it to the doctor. Some of my lashes were stuck together when I woke up. I wondered about an infection.

He ordered more Prednisone. Three days ago, he increased the dose by half. Now I will be on a high dose for 6 days, not three. I went back to bed. …

…At noon I put a pork roast in the Crockpot and had devotions. I checked it at 3:30 p.m. I didn’t turn the Crockpot on. (Sigh. Life on Prednisone.) I put the meat in the refrigerator and texted David. He brought home pizza with white sauce. I take Benadryl at night to go to sleep.

Psalm 2:12, “…But all who take refuge in the Lord are truly happy.” Common English Bible

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“…The necessity of taking refuge in God shows that true happiness doesn’t mean the absence of threat or suffering…” Common English Bible Notes on Psalm 2:12.

February 28, 2020: 1 Kings 1, Psalms 2, 110; 1 Chronicles 22.

Journal, 2-29-2020: I’m tired. David picked up the Prednisone refill – 1000 milligrams! …

…I worked on the song for the funeral and practiced for Sunday. Brenda is sick. Derek had to change two songs. …

…I asked to have the Worship Team Christmas Party moved to my house. (Yes, it’s been a hard winter.) I made a gallon of sweet tea and a gallon of lemonade. Then I baked a Chocolate Chip Torte and Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars. …

…Rachel called at 4 p.m. Another family is out sick. We postponed again. David froze the cake and I put the pork roast in the oven. Then I went back to bed!

1 Chronicles 24:5, “They divided both groups by lots because they were holy leaders, even outstanding leaders, …” Common English Bible

Goal – an outstanding leader.

February 29, 2020: Psalms 30, 91, 92; 1 Chronicles 23, 24.

Journal 3-1-2020: Soaked my eyes. Washed my hair. I’m tired, in a Benadryl fog and wondering if I should give up. I read my Bible.

1 Chronicles 28:9, 10 “As for you, Solomon, my son, acknowledge your father’s God and serve him with enthusiastic devotion, because the Lord searches every mind and understands the motive behind every thought. If you seek him, he will be found by you; but if you abandon him, he will reject you forever. 10) Now then, since the Lord has chosen you to build the temple for him as the sanctuary, work hard.” Common English Bible

Journal 3-1-2020: …Set up and practiced. I stayed backstage. At this level of Prednisone, my immunity is lower. Derek and Rachel had a meeting in Mt. Pleasant. We tore down the drums and her keyboard during the offering. …Back at home, I put on pajamas and crawled into bed. I stayed there.

I didn’t give up and abandon God. I know I’m chosen for worship. I worked hard to do the tasks assigned to me. I am devoted to God.

Search my mind and motives, God. I turn it all over to you.

March 1, 2020: 1 Chronicles 25-28.

Journal 3-2-2020: I woke at 5:15 a.m. and put on the clothes I wore to church. David had to be at work at 7 a.m. …

…I took a picture of my eyes which are still red and puffy. I sent it to the doctor and asked to taper off anyway. …He told me to drop 10 mg every 3 days.

…I took a shower and went to the funeral home early. I signed the book with my gloves on. I went back to the piano and stayed there. I only had contact with 3 people. I stayed in that back room until everyone left and it was time to pick David up for lunch. I waited in the van.

1 Chronicles 29:17, “Since I know, my God, that you examine the mind and take delight in honesty, …” Common English Bible

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Proverbs 2:2, 3, “Turn your ear toward wisdom and stretch your mind toward understanding. 2) Call out for insight, and cry aloud for understanding.” Common English Bible

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“Strategic thinking helps you plan, to become more efficient, to maximize your strengths, and to find the most direct path toward achieving your God-given assignment in life. (1) Strategic thinking simplifies the difficult… (2) …helps you ask the right question… What should we do next? …” The Word for You Today, March 2, 2020

March 2, 2020: 1 Chronicles 29; 1 Kings 2.

Journal 3-3-2020: I debated canceling all our plans before our trip and just staying home. I shouldn’t be in crowds on this amount of Prednisone. I wondered if I would be able to enjoy the trip? …David shared his concerns about his knee. Someday, down the road, the doctor wants to replace it. Of course, it has been bothering him recently. He wonders if he will enjoy this trip? …

1 Kings 3:5, “The Lord, appeared to Solomon at Gibeon in a dream at night. God said, ‘Ask whatever you wish, and I’ll give it to you.'” Common English Bible

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John 15:7, “If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask for whatever you want and it will be done for you.” Common English Bible

Lord, we ask you to heal us!

Proverbs 3:5-8, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart; don’t rely on your own intelligence. 6) Know him in all your paths, and he will keep your ways straight. 7) Don’t consider yourself wise. Fear the Lord and turn away from evil. 8) Then your body will be healthy and your bones strengthened.” Common English Bible

My body will be healthy and David’s bones will be strengthened!

March 3, 2020: 1 Kings 3; Psalms 45, 72, 127; Song of Solomon 1, 2.

Journal 3-4-2020: …We went to the last meeting for the Israel trip. I was nervous. (Prednisone.) I don’t feel like I fit in. David was outgoing and talkative. That made me feel shyer. …

…The sermon was about discerning: gather evidence, prove it, and then decide. …

…The care pastors, Dana and Linda, came to pray with me. They know what’s going on. I was talking to Pastor Peggy about the trip. I shared our struggles with her and Pastor Brant and Bethany. Not only did they pray for us, but they also shared two other people with health battles who are going to Israel with us. We are surrounded by prayer warriors. Now when I think of our health struggles, I will pray for Jaimie and Nicole!

Song of Solomon 3:7, 8, “Picture Solomon’s bed – sixty heroic men round about it all from the heroes of Israel, 8) all of them skilled with the sword expert in warfare, each with his sword ready at his thigh against terrors that come by night.” Common English Bible

It’s at night that I worry about the trip to Israel. I think of what could go wrong. We have heroes to battle the terrors by night and win!

Proverbs 4:23, “More than anything you guard, protect your mind, for life flows from it.”

Common English Bible

March 4, 2020: Song of Solomon 3-8.

And to everyone encouraging me to write a book? I think I just did!

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Up the Slope of the Mount of Olives

In less than a month, we will be flying to Israel! Woohoo! This was a lifelong desire and became a daily prayer in 2011.

We faithfully set aside money each month for a vacation. Our last vacation was in 2012.

We made huge sacrifices! David gave up his big, black truck. I gave up satellite TV – no more Hallmark movies. We used the money we had set aside for a new vehicle. Now we share the van.

Since 2007, God has asked me to give up something. First, it was my job and then my daily Mountain Dew. Last year, he told me to buy my clothes at Goodwill or a consignment shop.

All of these sacrifices are worth it because I will walk where Jesus walked!

2 Samuel 15:30, “But David, his head covered, walked barefoot up the slope of the Mount of Olives crying. …” Common English Bible

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“…David walks barefoot out of Jerusalem, weeping and potentially about to lose everything. …He refuses to treat the covenant chest like a good-luck charm to take with him, but once again relies on trust in God’s will. To Zadok, he says, ‘If the Lord thinks well of me, then he will bring me back…But if God says, “I’m not pleased with you,” then I am ready. Let him do to me whatever pleases him’ (2 Samuel 15:25-26). This expression is remarkably similar to Jesus’ prayer on the Mount of Olives, ‘not my will but your will must be done’ (Luke 22:42). …He journeys away from the danger of his own death to reclaim his life with God. Many years later, Jesus – the son of David – journeys in the other direction over the Mount of Olives to face his own death, but also to claim his life with God.”

Common English Bible Sidebar ‘Remorseful Journey’ on 2 Samuel 15

February 20: 2 Samuel 15; Psalms 9-13.

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March 2020 Chapters

  • 1 – 1 Chronicles 25-28
  • 2 – 1 Chronicles 29; 1 Kings 2
  • 3 – 1 Kings 3; Psalms 45, 72, 127; Song of Solomon 1, 2
  • 4 – Song of Solomon 3-8
  • 5 – 2 Chronicles 1; 1 Kings 4; Proverbs 1, 2
  • 6 – Proverbs 3-6
  • 7 – Proverbs 7-10
  • 8 – Proverbs 11-14
  • 9 – Proverbs 15-18
  • 10 – Proverbs 19-22
  • 11 – Proverbs 23-26
  • 12 – Proverbs 27-30
  • 13 – Proverbs 31; 1 Kings 5; 2 Chronicles 2; 1 Kings 6
  • 14 – 2 Chronicles 3; 1 Kings 7; 2 Chronicles 4
  • 15 – 1 Kings 8; 2 Chronicles 5
  • 16 – 2 Chronicles 6; Psalms 46-48, 87, 93
  • 17 – Psalms 95, 97-100, 132; 2 Chronicles 7; 1 Kings 9
  • 18 – 2 Chronicles 8; 1 Kings 10; 2 Chronicles 9; Ecclesiastes 1
  • 19 – Ecclesiastes 2-5
  • 20 – Ecclesiastes 6-9
  • 21 – Ecclesiastes 10-12; 1 Kings 11
  • 22 – Psalms 73; Job 1-4
  • 23 – Job 5-9
  • 24 – Job 10-14
  • 25 – Job 15-19
  • 26 – Job 20-24
  • 27 – Job 25-30
  • 28 – Job 31-33
  • 29 – Job 34-37
  • 30 – Job 38-41
  • 31 – Job 42; 1 Kings 12; 2 Chronicles 10, 11

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