I took a close look at these chapters recently, so this will be a high-level brief look back at these events....continue reading "I Kings: All Things Elijah, Ahab, and Jehoshaphat (Chs. 17-22)"
Starting with the sons of Rehoboam and Jeroboam, we'll see the kingdoms further division and their relationships with the Lord. This is briefer summary, since I have recently covered these chapters....continue reading "Reviewing the Second Gen Kings after the United Kingdom"
Continued refresher, as I am going back through some of I Kings and II Chronicles that I've already reviewed before resuming my attempt at chronologically reading the Old Testament....continue reading "More Goin’ Back to Go Forward"
This is listed next in the Blue Letter Bible Chronological listing after I Kings Chapter 11....continue reading "Proverbs 30-31"
I have been on a very long journey to read the Old Testament in chronological order, which (once passed the first few books) is much more difficult than I would have guessed. Once I got passed the divided kingdom and it was going to take a few different books at once to move forward, I made a decision to go back and read more of the end of the united kingdom before it got too far away. So I read some Psalms, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon.
Now, I am heading back to the narrative; but as a refresher, I am going to read through some I Kings and II Chronicles that I've already reviewed....continue reading "Goin’ Back to Go Forward"
This seemingly dysfunctional couple have been on and off and are back on....continue reading "Song of Solomon 7-8"
Working through this unique book....continue reading "Song of Solomon 5-6"
It's been a few weeks since I blogged. I miss it. Whenever I'm in or leading a bible study that requires a substantial time commitment; that becomes my daily quiet time. But my current study is wrapping up and I have the day off! So I'm diving back in to Song of Solomon....continue reading "Song of Solomon 3-4"
Well, Chapter One didn't get on the romantic note I had been led to believe; but I'm sure that's equal parts lack of knowledge for some of the cultural reference required to understand and my general frustration with some of the psalms and proverbs.
I'll try and have a more positive approach today....continue reading "Song of Solomon 2"
I've been co-leading a women's bible study and it tends to take up my quiet time, so it's been a slow start into this interesting little book. Here we go. Bring on the romance novel!...continue reading "Song of Solomon 1"