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Bible 1 Yr – Day 287 – The 2nd Letter to Timothy

Today we begin Paul’s 2nd letter to Timothy. It has been a few years since Paul assigned Timothy to Ephesus. Paul has been imprisoned in Rome for a second time. Only this time, his conditions are not as favorable. Whereas … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 202 – One Lord, one faith, one baptism

More poignant words from St. Paul today on the nature of faith, the Church and the Body of Christ. He starts Chapter 4 with the following: 1 I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 164 – The Body of Christ

There are many divisions in the Church at Corinth. Paul started this letter speaking about how some claimed their faith was superior because of the gravitas of the person who baptized them. Yesterday we read about divisions within the way … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 152 – Paul’s 1st Letter to the Corinthians

Written around A.D. 56, Paul’s first Letter to the Corinthians is particularly interesting because it was a Church made up of equal parts Gentile and Jew. Thus, we have a real window into the “working out” of Christian theology. In … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 91 – Paul’s Speech in the Temple

Old Testament Today’s reading give us a second verse quoted by Jesus to Satan during the temptation in the desert. There is subtle but important way this verse is phrased. The verse Jesus will later quote is: And he [God] … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 58 – The Death of Aaron’s sons and The First Converts

Old Testament Today we read some interesting events in Leviticus chapter 10. Aaron’s sons have been ordained priests. One day soon after they apparently tried to take a shortcut and use different fire to burn the incense in the censor. … Continue reading

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