This has been a stressful couple of days for me, folks. And, it's very difficult for me to uphold my commitment to write right now. There won't be a break in the stress until some time next week...hopefully. But, I just can't bail on my vow to to write and post for the Lord day and night (except Sundays). So, this paragraph is all I can do tonight. If you're reading this, please keep me in your prayers.
Day 61 - Deuteronomy chapters 24-27 and Psalms 61
Today, I was struck by all the ways in which an Israelite could be cursed. Check it out...
This picture comes from the beautiful Archaeological Study Bible I mentioned in a previous post. I'm looking forward to diving into it and pulling out some rich and wondrous nuggets for us to chew on. But, first I must tackle this mountain of paperwork that's towering over me. Until it diminishes, I'll be honoring my commitment as best as I can with short, sweet snippets like this one.
I will keep reading every day for sure, and I hope you do, too. Feel free to comment about your Bible journey below, or by visiting my Facebook page.
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