Bible in 90 Days | Jonah, Micah, Nahum: Day 68

Three more books today. Closing in on the end of the Old Testament. Yay.

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Bible in 90 Days | Joel, Amos, and Obadiah: Day 67

I’m back at it. Minor Prophets!

Joel. If I quickly glance over the three chapters in this book, I see a few underlined verses. Each the same message. “For the day of the Lord is near.” Something we should all continue to remember.

Amos. Very relevant to us today. Prosperity of a nation brings about a whole new host of issues that should be dealt with if we are to truly lead lives that reflect our creator.

Obadiah. Sovereign God and Savior.

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Bible in 90 Days | Daniel and Hosea: Day 65 and Day 66

Daniel has become one of my favorite books in the Bible over recent years. Not really sure why, but reading the stories in it have become a “goto” if I don’t really have anything specific to read at the moment. Surely there are some incredible stories in it of God’s personal presence in the lives of Daniel and his friends.

The visions and interpretations that Daniel has later in the book are like those found in Revelation.

Hosea is an odd tale to read and you have to wonder, “what?” upon reading it. The depth of God’s love is shown in what we would consider a very strange way.

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Bible in 90 #Fail.

Well… I failed. No chance of getting back to finishing this thing in 90 days. Stinks too, because I had great momentum. Very aggressive schedule and ambitious goal of writing my way through the 66 books of the Bible.

And I stalled out on day 66.

Hmm…

Bible in 90 Days | Ezekiel 24 – 48: Day 63 and Day 64

I’m just gonna go ahead and knock out the last 24 chapters of Ezekiel today. Get in two days worth of Bible in 90 done.

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Odd Choice of Pictures for Facebook Advertising

Been a while since I wrote a post about some of the oddities that I see within Facebook Advertising. I did a few posts a while back that you can check out and, while I have had plenty of other posts that I wanted to do, I wanted to run some of my own ads first before getting back on my soapbox.

Bible in 90 Days | Ezekiel 15 – 23 : Day 62

Continuing Ezekiel. I really don’t get the timeline in these prophet books. I really must try to read chronilogically sometime through the Bible. I tried once, but never finished it. That may have to be a goal for next time. Of course, in books like Ezekiel, they seem to go back and forth between judgment not yet happening and already taken place. I guess when God allows his prophets to see glimpses and visions, the see what he already has seen once and for all. He knows all and sees all and knows all time.

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Bible in 90 Days | Lamentations – Ezekiel 14 : Day 61

Perhaps part of my funk that I have been in lately can be directly tied to reading these last few books of the Bible. It sure does drag on like a funeral. Not a real celebration of how the people of God have followed Him when they should. It is good for us to be on this side of the cross. We know what redemption looked like and when it came, but it still is tough reading about all this judgement that God’s people were going to and were experiencing.

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Bible in 90 Days | Day 60

Day 60 of 90 was a free day. A day to get caught up… which I needed.