February - Reading 21

Discussion in 'Bible Reading Plan 2016' started by Clint Kritzer, Feb 21, 2002.

  1. Clint Kritzer

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    Hi Clint,

    Just to let you know I'm still here and still reading. I have fallen behind a bit, but nothing I can't make up in the next ten days. Thanks for helping so much with this forum and baptistbiblequiz.com

    UNP
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    Thanks, Adam. Like I say, sometimes I feel like my commitment to this forum is like taking an all night DJ position. I talk on but I'm never really sure if anyone's out there. [​IMG]

    Good evening all -

    A couple of points stood out to me in the Leviticus reading tonight. One is the use of the term "scapegoat" in verses 8 & 10. What an interesting word origin and it came from casting lots. I had asked anbout casting lots and, thanks to Helen, noticed that it occurs throughout the Bible. We will see it again in the story of Jonah, at the choosing of the seven deacons, and of course, at the crucifixion.
    The other thing that caught my eye is the Decree of the Feast of Trumpets in 16:29-34. I found a link on this holiday that some of you may find interesting: Feast of Trumpets

    In Matthew we see the story of the rich young man. We see at the end of this passage that some rewards will be greater than others in Heaven, according to the sacrifices made by the believer in life. This concept of "first shall be last" echoes through the New Testament letters.

    In Acts, we learn that if Paul had not made his plea to be seen by Caesar, he would have now been released. King Agrippa was obviously an open minded Jewish ruler and held to the teachings of the more orthodox Pharisees in believing in the prophecies of the Resurrection, as opposed to the more worldly Saducees who did not.

    Until tomorrow night, Lord willing, may God bless you

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    Hello,
    I`m still here, and still reading....up to date as well :eek: Sometimes, I even find myself reading ahead . Thanks for all the help posted in this thread, although I don`t post here much, I really appreciate you all.
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    Still here, reading 2003. 2004.and now 2005 .thank you for all the help and encouragement.......... still learning too...3rd time around.
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