Daily Bible Reading

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February 16 – 22, 2020

Daily Bible Reading

Sunday, February 16 – Saturday, February 22, 2020

  • February 16 Leviticus 11-13
  • February 17 Leviticus 14-15
  • February 18 Leviticus 16-18
  • February 19 Leviticus 19-21
  • February 20 Leviticus 22-23
  • February 21 Leviticus 24-25
  • February 22 Leviticus 26-27

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February 9 – 15, 2020

Daily Bible Reading

  • February 9 Exodus 30-32
  • February 10 Exodus 33-35
  • February 11 Exodus 36-38
  • February 12 Exodus 39-40
  • February 13 Leviticus 1-4
  • February 14 Leviticus 5-7
  • February 15 Leviticus 8-10

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February 2-8, 2020

Daily Bible Reading

Sunday, February 2 – Saturday, February 8, 2020

  • February 2 Exodus 10-12
  • February 3 Exodus 13-15
  • February 4 Exodus 16-18
  • February 5 Exodus 19-21
  • February 6 Exodus 22-24
  • February 7 Exodus 25-27
  • February 8 Exodus 28-29

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January 26 – February 1, 2020

Daily Bible Reading

      • January 26 Genesis 41-42
      • January 27 Genesis 43-45
      • January 28 Genesis 46-47
      • January 29 Genesis 48-50
      • January 30 Exodus 1-3
      • January 31 Exodus 4-6
      • February 1 Exodus 7-9

Thoughts on January 29 Bible Reading, by Daniel Byrd

“You planned evil against me; God planned it for good to bring about the present result.” – Genesis 50:20, HCSB

This is one of my favorite verses in all of Scripture. Joseph went through immense pain, loss, and suffering at the hands of his brothers, yet this is the conclusion he reaches. I’m sure that while he was imprisoned because of them that he had not reached this mindset. When he saw, however, what God did through all of it, then he knew that God is indeed sovereign over everything.

People will hurt you in this life. It is not a matter of “if” but of “when.” No matter how good or noble we think a person is, they are still sinners in need of God’s grace and are prone to sin. What do we do with this information? It can scare us and even cripple us in despair. We must remember what Joseph says here: God planned it for good. No matter what people put us through in life: slander, abandonment, mockery, abuse, pain, suffering, or anything else; we have to rest in knowing that God is still on His throne and while people are not perfect, He is. It is hard to remember that in the midst of the pain, but someday we will see how God worked, even in the evil plans of broken people.


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