This Bible journey is becoming less and less of a slog the further into the trip I get. No longer am I homesick for the usual routine of doing whatever I want to do with my mornings and evenings. As I approach the end of the second month, I look forward to waking up to see what’s in the chapters for me to learn each day. Today was no exception.
But, as I read through what felt like revisiting tourist spots I’ve been to before, nothing new jumped out at me. Perhaps my focus was on my task list for the day. Perhaps I was rushing through so that I could tackle some real-life issues. Whatever the reason, I’m feeling a little uninspired for tonight’s writing assignment.
I use night’s like this to do a little research that puts the Scriptures in context. So, I turned to some trusty study buddies. First, I checked my notes from my husband’s big old study Bible. And, I only found a few notes…
Then, I opened hubby's Bible to the beginning of Deuteronomy so that I could read what I neglected to jot down in my own Bible…
Published in 1976 by Thomas Nelson
Eh...still uninspired. So now what? Hey...I just remembered the Archaeological Study Bible that I haven’t picked up in years! It’s so cool, but I never use it because it’s in a translation that I don’t particularly care for. But, it’s got some great study notes on just about every other page…
Published in 2005 by Zondervan Corporation
I'm so excited about remembering this beautiful Bible sitting high on my bookshelf! And, I look forward to incorporating some more background knowledge into my journey. Finding it makes me want to go back and read all the study notes from Genesis to Numbers, too.
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