Blessings For Obedience (Daily Portion 10206)
This chapter tells of the blessings and cursings that God will pour out on the children of Israel: blessings if they obey His commandments; cursings if they do not. This lesson gives all the blessings but only some of the cursings.
Adam to Noah (Daily Portion 10205)
This chapter gives the family line from Adam to Noah, a total of ten generations. This includes man
Paul Arrives at Rome (Daily Portion 10204)
Paul and his companions, after being shipwrecked on the island of Melita, do much good there. Paul finally arrives at Rome where he stays in a house under guard. He quickly presents himself to the Jews of Rome but receives little welcome.
Return to the Holy Land (Daily Portion 10203)
In this vision, Zechariah sees a man measuring the breadth and length of Jerusalem. Though Zion has been scattered, the people are to return to the holy land where God will dwell in the midst of them. He shall choose Jerusalem again.
Curses and Blessings (Daily Portion 10130)
Moses looks ahead to when the children of Israel are in the Promised Land. They are to write God
Cain Kills Abel (Daily Portion 10129)
In this chapter, the first two brothers have a falling out and Cain kills Abel because God accepted Abel
Loss of the Ship (Daily Portion 10128)
The ship upon which Paul is sailing is lost, but all in the ship are saved just as God had revealed through the Apostle Paul.
Good and Comfortable Words (Daily Portion 10127)
After seventy years of judgment on Israel, God is ready to speak good and comfortable words to the nation. The horns that have scattered them will soon be cut off.
Follow After Righteousness (Daily Portion 10126)
Some of the key words in this chapter are hearken, awake, comfort and righteousness. God wants Israel to hear and awake because His righteousness is near, the time of wrath will pass, and He will comfort His people.
Offering the Firstfruits and Giving the Tithe (Daily Portion 10123)
The Israelites are instructed to offer the firstfruits of the land of Israel to the Lord and to give the tithe of the third year for the needy. This chapter closes by affirming the special relationship Israel has with God as His peculiar and holy people.