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  • Sun Sep 6: Genesis 1-2
  • Mon Sep 7: Genesis 3-5
  • Tue Sep 8: Genesis 6-7
  • Wed Sep 9: Genesis 8-9
  • Thu Sep 10: Genesis 10-12
  • Fri Sep 11: Genesis 13-14
  • Sat Sep 12: Genesis 15-17
  • Sun Sep 13: Genesis 18-19
  • Mon Sep 14: Genesis 20-22
  • Tue Sep 15: Genesis 23-24
  • Wed Sep 16: Genesis 25-26
  • Thu Sep 17: Genesis 27
  • Fri Sep 18: Genesis 28-29
  • Sat Sep 19: Genesis 30
  • Sun Sep 20: Genesis 31-32
  • Mon Sep 21: Genesis 33-34
  • Tue Sep 22: Genesis 35-36
  • Wed Sep 23: Genesis 37-38
  • Thu Sep 24: Genesis 39-40
  • Fri Sep 25: Genesis 41
  • Sat Sep 26: Genesis 42
  • Sun Sep 27: Genesis 43-44
  • Mon Sep 28: Genesis 45-46
  • Tue Sep 29: Genesis 47-48
  • Wed Sep 30: Genesis 49-50
  • Thu Oct 1: Exodus 1-2
  • Fri Oct 2: Exodus 3-4
  • Sat Oct 3: Exodus 5-6
  • Sun Oct 4: Exodus 7-8
  • Mon Oct 5: Exodus 9-10
  • Tue Oct 6: Exodus 11-12
  • Wed Oct 7: Exodus 13-14
  • Thu Oct 8: Exodus 15-16
  • Fri Oct 9: Exodus 17-18
  • Sat Oct 10: Exodus 19-20
  • Sun Oct 11: Exodus 21-22
  • Mon Oct 12: Exodus 23-24
  • Tue Oct 13: Exodus 25-26
  • Wed Oct 14: Exodus 27-28
  • Thu Oct 15: Exodus 29
  • Fri Oct 16: Exodus 30-31
  • Sat Oct 17: Exodus 32-33
  • Sun Oct 18: Exodus 34-35
  • Mon Oct 19: Exodus 36-37
  • Tue Oct 20: Exodus 39
  • Wed Oct 21: Exodus 40
  • Thu Oct 22: Leviticus 1-2
  • Fri Oct 23: Leviticus 3-4
  • Sat Oct 24: Leviticus 5-6
  • Sun Oct 25: Leviticus 7-8
  • Mon Oct 26: Leviticus 9-10
  • Tue Oct 27: Leviticus 11-12
  • Wed Oct 28: Leviticus 13
  • Thu Oct 29: Leviticus 14
  • Fri Oct 30: Leviticus 15
  • Sat Oct 31: Leviticus 16-17
  • Sun Nov 1: Leviticus 18-19
  • Mon Nov 2: Leviticus 20-21
  • Tue Nov 3: Leviticus 22-23
  • Wed Nov 4: Leviticus 24-25
  • Thu Nov 5: Leviticus 26-27
  • Fri Nov 6: Numbers 1
  • Sat Nov 7: Numbers 2
  • Sun Nov 8: Numbers 3
  • Mon Nov 9: Numbers 4
  • Tue Nov 10: Numbers 5-6
  • Wed Nov 11: Numbers 7
  • Thu Nov 12: Numbers 8
  • Fri Nov 13: Numbers 9-10
  • Sat Nov 14: Numbers 11-12
  • Sun Nov 15: Numbers 13-14
  • Mon Nov 16: Numbers 15
  • Tue Nov 17: Numbers 16-17
  • Wed Nov 18: Numbers 18-19
  • Thu Nov 19: Numbers 20-21
  • Fri Nov 20: Numbers 22-23
  • Sat Nov 21: Numbers 24-25
  • Sun Nov 22: Numbers 26
  • Mon Nov 23: Numbers 27-28
  • Tue Nov 24: Numbers 29-30
  • Wed Nov 25: Numbers 31
  • Thu Nov 26: Numbers 32-33
  • Fri Nov 27: Numbers 34
  • Sat Nov 28: Numbers 35-36
  • Sun Nov 29: Deuteronomy 1
  • Mon Nov 30: Deuteronomy 2-3
  • Tue Dec 1: Deuteronomy 4
  • Wed Dec 2: Deuteronomy 5-6
  • Thu Dec 3: Deuteronomy 7-8
  • Fri Dec 4: Deuteronomy 9-10
  • Sat Dec 5: Deuteronomy 11-12
  • Sun Dec 6: Deuteronomy 13-14
  • Mon Dec 7: Deuteronomy 15-16
  • Tue Dec 8: Deuteronomy 17-18
  • Wed Dec 9: Deuteronomy 19-20
  • Thu Dec 10: Deuteronomy 21-22
  • Fri Dec 11: Deuteronomy 23-24
  • Sat Dec 12: Deuteronomy 25-26
  • Sun Dec 13: Deuteronomy 27-28
  • Mon Dec 14: Deuteronomy 28-29
  • Tue Dec 15: Deuteronomy 30-31
  • Wed Dec 16: Deuteronomy 32
  • Thu Dec 17: Deuteronomy 33-34
  • Fri Dec 18: Psalms 1-7
  • Sat Dec 19: Psalms 8-14
  • Sun Dec 20: Psalms 15-18
  • Mon Dec 21: Psalms 19-23
  • Tue Dec 22: Psalms 24-29
  • Wed Dec 23: Psalms 30-33
  • Thu Dec 24: Psalms 34-36
  • Fri Dec 25: Psalms 37-39
  • Sat Dec 26: Psalms 40-44
  • Sun Dec 27: Psalms 45-49
  • Mon Dec 28: Psalms 50-54
  • Tue Dec 29: Psalms 55-59
  • Wed Dec 30: Psalms 60-65
  • Thu Dec 31: Psalms 66-68
  • Fri Jan 1: Psalms 69-71
  • Sat Jan 2: Psalms 72-75
  • Sun Jan 3: Psalms 76-78
  • Mon Jan 4: Psalms 79-81
  • Tue Jan 5: Psalms 82-87
  • Wed Jan 6: Psalms 88-90
  • Thu Jan 7: Psalms 91-96
  • Fri Jan 8: Psalms 97-102
  • Sat Jan 9: Psalms 103-105
  • Sun Jan 10: Psalms 106-107
  • Mon Jan 11: Psalms 108-113
  • Tue Jan 12: Psalms 114-118
  • Wed Jan 13: Psalms 119
  • Thu Jan 14: Psalms 120-125
  • Fri Jan 15: Psalms 126-135
  • Sat Jan 16: Psalms 136-140
  • Sun Jan 17: Psalms 141-145
  • Mon Jan 18: Psalms 146-150
  • Tue Jan 19: Proverbs 1-3
  • Wed Jan 20: Proverbs 4-6
  • Thu Jan 21: Proverbs 7-9
  • Fri Jan 22: Proverbs 10-12
  • Sat Jan 23: Proverbs 13-15
  • Sun Jan 24: Proverbs 16-18
  • Mon Jan 25: Proverbs 19-21
  • Tue Jan 26: Proverbs 22-23
  • Wed Jan 27: Proverbs 24-26
  • Thu Jan 28: Proverbs 27-29
  • Fri Jan 29: Proverbs 30-31
  • Sat Jan 30: Joshua 1-2
  • Sun Jan 31: Joshua 3-5
  • Mon Feb 1: Joshua 6-7
  • Tue Feb 2: Joshua 7-8
  • Wed Feb 3: Joshua 9-10
  • Thu Feb 4: Joshua 11
  • Fri Feb 5: Joshua 12-13
  • Sat Feb 6: Joshua 14-15
  • Sun Feb 7: Joshua 16-18
  • Mon Feb 8: Joshua 19-20
  • Tue Feb 9: Joshua 21-22
  • Wed Feb 10: Joshua 23
  • Thu Feb 11: Joshua 24
  • Fri Feb 12: Judges 1-2
  • Sat Feb 13: Judges 3-4
  • Sun Feb 14: Judges 5-6
  • Mon Feb 15: Judges 7
  • Tue Feb 16: Judges 8-9
  • Wed Feb 17: Judges 9-10
  • Thu Feb 18: Judges 11-12
  • Fri Feb 19: Judges 13-14
  • Sat Feb 20: Judges 15-16
  • Sun Feb 21: Judges 17-18
  • Mon Feb 22: Judges 19-20
  • Tue Feb 23: Judges 21
  • Wed Feb 24: Ruth 1-2
  • Thu Feb 25: Ruth 3-4
  • Fri Feb 26: 1 Samuel 1-2
  • Sat Feb 27: 1 Samuel 3
  • Sun Feb 28: 1 Samuel 4-5
  • Mon Mar 1: 1 Samuel 6-8
  • Tue Mar 2: 1 Samuel 9-10
  • Wed Mar 3: 1 Samuel 11-12
  • Thu Mar 4: 1 Samuel 13-14
  • Fri Mar 5: 1 Samuel 15
  • Sat Mar 6: 1 Samuel 16
  • Sun Mar 7: 1 Samuel 17
  • Mon Mar 8: 1 Samuel 18-19
  • Tue Mar 9: 1 Samuel 20-21
  • Wed Mar 10: 1 Samuel 22-23
  • Thu Mar 11: 1 Samuel 24-25
  • Fri Mar 12: 1 Samuel 26
  • Sat Mar 13: 1 Samuel 27-28
  • Sun Mar 14: 1 Samuel 29-31
  • Mon Mar 15: 2 Samuel 1-2
  • Tue Mar 16: 2 Samuel 3-4
  • Wed Mar 17: 2 Samuel 5-6
  • Thu Mar 18: 2 Samuel 7-8
  • Fri Mar 19: 2 Samuel 9-10
  • Sat Mar 20: 2 Samuel 11-12
  • Sun Mar 21: 2 Samuel 13-14
  • Mon Mar 22: 2 Samuel 15
  • Tue Mar 23: 2 Samuel 16
  • Wed Mar 24: 2 Samuel 17
  • Thu Mar 25: 2 Samuel 18-19
  • Fri Mar 26: 2 Samuel 20
  • Sat Mar 27: 2 Samuel 21-22
  • Sun Mar 28: 2 Samuel 23-24
  • Mon Mar 29: 1 Kings 1
  • Tue Mar 30: 1 Kings 2
  • Wed Mar 31: 1 Kings 3-4
  • Thu Apr 1: 1 Kings 5-6
  • Fri Apr 2: 1 Kings 7
  • Sat Apr 3: 1 Kings 8
  • Sun Apr 4: 1 Kings 9
  • Mon Apr 5: 1 Kings 10-11
  • Tue Apr 6: 1 Kings 12
  • Wed Apr 7: 1 Kings 13-14
  • Thu Apr 8: 1 Kings 15
  • Fri Apr 9: 1 Kings 16-17
  • Sat Apr 10: 1 Kings 18
  • Sun Apr 11: 1 Kings 19
  • Mon Apr 12: 1 Kings 20-21
  • Tue Apr 13: 1 Kings 22
  • Wed Apr 14: 2 Kings 1-2
  • Thu Apr 15: 2 Kings 3-4
  • Fri Apr 16: 2 Kings 5
  • Sat Apr 17: 2 Kings 6-7
  • Sun Apr 18: 2 Kings 8
  • Mon Apr 19: 2 Kings 9-10
  • Tue Apr 20: 2 Kings 11
  • Wed Apr 21: 2 Kings 12-13
  • Thu Apr 22: 2 Kings 14-15
  • Fri Apr 23: 2 Kings 16
  • Sat Apr 24: 2 Kings 17-18
  • Sun Apr 25: 2 Kings 19
  • Mon Apr 26: 2 Kings 20
  • Tue Apr 27: 2 Kings 21-22
  • Wed Apr 28: 2 Kings 23
  • Thu Apr 29: 2 Kings 24-25
  • Fri Apr 30: 1 Chronicles 1-2
  • Sat May 1: 1 Chronicles 3-4
  • Sun May 2: 1 Chronicles 5-6
  • Mon May 3: 1 Chronicles 7
  • Tue May 4: 1 Chronicles 8-9
  • Wed May 5: 1 Chronicles 10-11
  • Thu May 6: 1 Chronicles 12-13
  • Fri May 7: 1 Chronicles 14-15
  • Sat May 8: 1 Chronicles 16-17
  • Sun May 9: 1 Chronicles 18-20
  • Mon May 10: 1 Chronicles 21-22
  • Tue May 11: 1 Chronicles 23-24
  • Wed May 12: 1 Chronicles 25-26
  • Thu May 13: 1 Chronicles 27-28
  • Fri May 14: 1 Chronicles 29
  • Sat May 15: 2 Chronicles 1-3
  • Sun May 16: 2 Chronicles 4-5
  • Mon May 17: 2 Chronicles 6-7
  • Tue May 18: 2 Chronicles 8-9
  • Wed May 19: 2 Chronicles 10-12
  • Thu May 20: 2 Chronicles 13-15
  • Fri May 21: 2 Chronicles 16-17
  • Sat May 22: 2 Chronicles 18-19
  • Sun May 23: 2 Chronicles 20-22
  • Mon May 24: 2 Chronicles 23-24
  • Tue May 25: 2 Chronicles 25-26
  • Wed May 26: 2 Chronicles 27-28
  • Thu May 27: 2 Chronicles 29-30
  • Fri May 28: 2 Chronicles 31
  • Sat May 29: 2 Chronicles 32-33
  • Sun May 30: 2 Chronicles 34
  • Mon May 31: 2 Chronicles 35-36
  • Tue Jun 1: Ezra 1-2
  • Wed Jun 2: Ezra 3-4
  • Thu Jun 3: Ezra 5-6
  • Fri Jun 4: Ezra 7-8
  • Sat Jun 5: Ezra 9-10
  • Sun Jun 6: Nehemiah 1-2
  • Mon Jun 7: Nehemiah 3-4
  • Tue Jun 8: Nehemiah 5-6
  • Wed Jun 9: Nehemiah 7
  • Thu Jun 10: Nehemiah 8-9
  • Fri Jun 11: Nehemiah 10
  • Sat Jun 12: Nehemiah 11-12
  • Sun Jun 13: Nehemiah 13
  • Mon Jun 14: Esther 1-2
  • Tue Jun 15: Esther 3-5
  • Wed Jun 16: Esther 6-8
  • Thu Jun 17: Esther 9-10
  • Fri Jun 18: Isaiah 1-2
  • Sat Jun 19: Isaiah 3-5
  • Sun Jun 20: Isaiah 6-8
  • Mon Jun 21: Isaiah 9-10
  • Tue Jun 22: Isaiah 11-13
  • Wed Jun 23: Isaiah 14-16
  • Thu Jun 24: Isaiah 17-20
  • Fri Jun 25: Isaiah 21-23
  • Sat Jun 26: Isaiah 24-26
  • Sun Jun 27: Isaiah 27-28
  • Mon Jun 28: Isaiah 29-30
  • Tue Jun 29: Isaiah 31-33
  • Wed Jun 30: Isaiah 34-36
  • Thu Jul 1: Isaiah 37-38
  • Fri Jul 2: Isaiah 39-41
  • Sat Jul 3: Isaiah 42-43
  • Sun Jul 4: Isaiah 44-45
  • Mon Jul 5: Isaiah 46-48
  • Tue Jul 6: Isaiah 49-50
  • Wed Jul 7: Isaiah 51-53
  • Thu Jul 8: Isaiah 54-56
  • Fri Jul 9: Isaiah 57-59
  • Sat Jul 10: Isaiah 60-62
  • Sun Jul 11: Isaiah 63-64
  • Mon Jul 12: Isaiah 65-66
  • Tue Jul 13: Jeremiah 1-2
  • Wed Jul 14: Jeremiah 3-4
  • Thu Jul 15: Jeremiah 5-6
  • Fri Jul 16: Jeremiah 7-8
  • Sat Jul 17: Jeremiah 9-10
  • Sun Jul 18: Jeremiah 11-12
  • Mon Jul 19: Jeremiah 13-14
  • Tue Jul 20: Jeremiah 15-16
  • Wed Jul 21: Jeremiah 17-18
  • Thu Jul 22: Jeremiah 19-21
  • Fri Jul 23: Jeremiah 22-23
  • Sat Jul 24: Jeremiah 24-25
  • Sun Jul 25: Jeremiah 26
  • Mon Jul 26: Jeremiah 27-28
  • Tue Jul 27: Jeremiah 29-30
  • Wed Jul 28: Jeremiah 31
  • Thu Jul 29: Jeremiah 32
  • Fri Jul 30: Jeremiah 33-34
  • Sat Jul 31: Jeremiah 35-36
  • Sun Aug 1: Jeremiah 37-38
  • Mon Aug 2: Jeremiah 39-40
  • Tue Aug 3: Jeremiah 41-42
  • Wed Aug 4: Jeremiah 43-44
  • Thu Aug 5: Jeremiah 45-47
  • Fri Aug 6: Jeremiah 48-49
  • Sat Aug 7: Jeremiah 50
  • Sun Aug 8: Jeremiah 51
  • Mon Aug 9: Jeremiah 52
  • Tue Aug 10: Lamentations 1-2
  • Wed Aug 11: Lamentations 3-5
  • Thu Aug 12: Ezekiel 1-3
  • Matthew 1
  • Matthew 2
  • Matthew 3
  • Matthew 4
  • Matthew 5:1-26
  • Matthew 5:27-48
  • Matthew 6:1-18
  • Matthew 6:19-34
  • Matthew 7
  • Matthew 8:1-17
  • Matthew 8:18-34
  • Matthew 9:1-17
  • Matthew 9:18-38
  • Matthew 10:1-25
  • Matthew 10:26-11:1
  • Matthew 11:2-30
  • Matthew 12:1-21
  • Matthew 12:22-50
  • Matthew 13:1-32
  • Matthew 13:33-58
  • Matthew 14:1-21
  • Matthew 14:22-36
  • Matthew 15:1-20
  • Matthew 15:21-39
  • Matthew 16
  • Matthew 17
  • Matthew 18:1-14
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  • Matthew 19
  • Matthew 20:1-16
  • Matthew 20:17-34
  • Matthew 21:1-22
  • Matthew 21:23-46
  • Matthew 22:1-22
  • Matthew 22:23-46
  • Matthew 23:1-22
  • Matthew 23:23-39
  • Matthew 24:1-28
  • Matthew 24:29-51
  • Matthew 25:1-30
  • Matthew 25:31-46
  • Matthew 26:1-46
  • Matthew 26:47-75
  • Matthew 27:1-31
  • Matthew 27:32-66
  • Matthew 28
  • Mark 1:1-20
  • Mark 1:21-45
  • Mark 2
  • Mark 3:1-19
  • Mark 3:20-35
  • Mark 4:1-20
  • Mark 4:21-41
  • Mark 5:1-20
  • Mark 5:21-43
  • Mark 6:1-29
  • Mark 6:30-56
  • Mark 7:1-23
  • Mark 7:24-37
  • Mark 8:1-21
  • Mark 8:22-9:1
  • Mark 9:2-29
  • Mark 9:30-50
  • Mark 10:1-31
  • Mark 10:32-52
  • Mark 11:1-14
  • Mark 11:15-33
  • Mark 12:1-27
  • Mark 12:28-44
  • Mark 13:1-23
  • Mark 13:24-37
  • Mark 14:1-31
  • Mark 14:32-72
  • Mark 15:1-20
  • Mark 15:21-47
  • Mark 16
  • Luke 1:1-38
  • Luke 1:39-80
  • Luke 2:1-24
  • Luke 2:25-52
  • Luke 3:1-22
  • Luke 3:23-38
  • Luke 4:1-30
  • Luke 4:31-44
  • Luke 5:1-16
  • Luke 5:17-39
  • Luke 6:1-16
  • Luke 6:17-49
  • Luke 7:1-35
  • Luke 7:36-50
  • Luke 8:1-25
  • Luke 8:26-56
  • Luke 9:1-27
  • Luke 9:28-62
  • Luke 10:1-24
  • Luke 10:25-42
  • Luke 11:1-28
  • Luke 11:29-54
  • Luke 12:1-34
  • Luke 12:35-59
  • Luke 13:1-17
  • Luke 13:18-35
  • Luke 14:1-14
  • Luke 14:15-35
  • Luke 15:1-10
  • Luke 15:11-32
  • Luke 16
  • Luke 17:1-19
  • Luke 17:20-37
  • Luke 18:1-17
  • Luke 18:18-43
  • Luke 19:1-27
  • Luke 19:28-48
  • Luke 20:1-19
  • Luke 20:20-47
  • Luke 21:1-19
  • Luke 21:20-38
  • Luke 22:1-38
  • Luke 22:39-71
  • Luke 23:1-25
  • Luke 23:26-56
  • Luke 24:1-35
  • Luke 24:36-53
  • John 1:1-28
  • John 1:29-51
  • John 2
  • John 3:1-21
  • John 3:22-36
  • John 4:1-38
  • John 4:39-54
  • John 5:1-15
  • John 5:16-47
  • John 6:1-24
  • John 6:25-71
  • John 7:1-24
  • John 7:25-52
  • John 7:53-8:11
  • John 8:12-59
  • John 9:1-17
  • John 9:18-41
  • John 10:1-21
  • John 10:22-42
  • John 11:1-44
  • John 11:45-57
  • John 12:1-19
  • John 12:20-50
  • John 13:1-17
  • John 13:18-38
  • John 14
  • John 15
  • John 16:1-15
  • John 16:16-33
  • John 17
  • John 18:1-18
  • John 18:19-40
  • John 19:1-16
  • John 19:16-42
  • John 20
  • John 21
  • Acts 1
  • Acts 2:1-28
  • Acts 2:29-47
  • Acts 3
  • Acts 4:1-22
  • Acts 4:23-37
  • Acts 5:1-16
  • Acts 5:17-42
  • Acts 6
  • Acts 7:1-29
  • Acts 7:30-8:1
  • Acts 8:1-25
  • Acts 8:26-40
  • Acts 9:1-22
  • Acts 9:23-43
  • Acts 10:1-33
  • Acts 10:34-48
  • Acts 11
  • Acts 12
  • Acts 13:1-25
  • Acts 13:26-52
  • Acts 14
  • Acts 15:1-21
  • Acts 15:22-41
  • Acts 16:1-15
  • Acts 16:16-40
  • Acts 17:1-15
  • Acts 17:16-34
  • Acts 18
  • Acts 19:1-20
  • Acts 19:21-41
  • Acts 20:1-12
  • Acts 20:13-38
  • Acts 21:1-14
  • Acts 21:15-40
  • Acts 22:1-29
  • Acts 22:30-23:11
  • Acts 23:12-35
  • Acts 24
  • Acts 25
  • Acts 26:1-18
  • Acts 26:19-32
  • Acts 27:1-26
  • Acts 27:27-44
  • Acts 28:1-16
  • Acts 28:17-31
  • Romans 1:1-17
  • Romans 1:18-32
  • Romans 2
  • Romans 3:1-20
  • Romans 3:21-31
  • Romans 4
  • Romans 5
  • Romans 6
  • Romans 7
  • Romans 8:1-17
  • Romans 8:18-39
  • Romans 9:1-15
  • Romans 9:16-33
  • Romans 10
  • Romans 11:1-24
  • Romans 11:25-36
  • Romans 12
  • Romans 13
  • Romans 14
  • Romans 15
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  • 1 Corinthians 1:1-17
  • 1 Corinthians 1:18-31
  • 1 Corinthians 2
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  • 1 Corinthians 6
  • 1 Corinthians 7:1-16
  • 1 Corinthians 7:17-40
  • 1 Corinthians 8
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  • 1 Corinthians 10:1-13
  • 1 Corinthians 10:14-11:1
  • 1 Corinthians 11:2-16
  • 1 Corinthians 11:17-34
  • 1 Corinthians 12
  • 1 Corinthians 13
  • 1 Corinthians 14:1-25
  • 1 Corinthians 14:26-40
  • 1 Corinthians 15:1-11
  • 1 Corinthians 15:12-34
  • 1 Corinthians 15:35-58
  • 1 Corinthians 16
  • 2 Corinthians 1:1-22
  • 2 Corinthians 1:23-2:17
  • 2 Corinthians 3
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  • 2 Corinthians 11:1-15
  • 2 Corinthians 11:16-33
  • 2 Corinthians 12
  • 2 Corinthians 13
  • Galatians 1
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  • Galatians 3
  • Galatians 4
  • Galatians 5
  • Galatians 6
  • Ephesians 1
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  • Ephesians 3
  • Ephesians 4:1-16
  • Ephesians 4:17-32
  • Ephesians 5:1-14
  • Ephesians 5:15-33
  • Ephesians 6
  • Philippians 1
  • Philippians 2
  • Philippians 3
  • Philippians 4
  • Colossians 1
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  • Colossians 3:1-4:1
  • Colossians 4:2-18
  • 1 Thessalonians 1
  • 1 Thessalonians 2
  • 1 Thessalonians 3
  • 1 Thessalonians 4
  • 1 Thessalonians 5
  • 2 Thessalonians 1
  • 2 Thessalonians 2
  • 2 Thessalonians 3
  • 1 Timothy 1
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  • 1 Timothy 3
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  • 2 Timothy 1
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  • 2 Timothy 4
  • Titus 1
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  • Philemon 1
  • Hebrews 1
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  • Hebrews 9
  • Hebrews 10:1-18
  • Hebrews 10:19-39
  • Hebrews 11:1-22
  • Hebrews 11:23-40
  • Hebrews 12
  • Hebrews 13
  • James 1
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  • James 4
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  • 1 Peter 1
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  • 2 Peter 1
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  • 2 Peter 3
  • 1 John 1:1-2:2
  • 1 John 2:3-27
  • 1 John 2:28-3:24
  • 1 John 4:1-5:4a
  • 1 John 5:4b-21
  • 2 John 1
  • 3 John 1
  • Jude 1
  • Revelation 1
  • Revelation 2
  • Revelation 3
  • Revelation 4
  • Revelation 5
  • Revelation 6
  • Revelation 7
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  • Revelation 15
  • Revelation 16
  • Revelation 17
  • Revelation 18
  • Revelation 19
  • Revelation 20
  • Revelation 21
  • Revelation 22

LOVING REBUKES: You probably don’t like getting rebuked and told that what you’re doing is wrong. But if the person rebuking you is a true friend, someone whom you know has your best interests in mind, you can accept it and even be thankful.

1 Do not boast about tomorrow;

for you do not know what a day may bring forth.

2 Let another praise you, and not your own mouth;

someone else, and not your own lips.

3 A stone is heavy and sand is weighty,

but vexation by a fool is more burdensome than the two of them.

4 Wrath is cruel and anger is overwhelming,

but who can stand before jealousy?

5 Better is open rebuke

than hidden love.

6 Faithful are the wounds of a friend,

but the kisses of an enemy are excessive.

7 The one whose appetite is satisfied loathes honey,

but to the hungry mouth every bitter thing is sweet.

8 Like a bird that wanders from its nest,

so is a person who wanders from his home.

9 Ointment and incense make the heart rejoice,

likewise the sweetness of one’s friend from sincere counsel.

10 Do not forsake your friend and your father’s friend,

and do not enter your brother’s house in the day of your disaster;

a neighbor nearby is better than a brother far away.

11 Be wise, my son, and make my heart glad,

so that I may answer anyone who taunts me.

12 A shrewd person saw danger—he hid himself;

the naive passed right on by— they had to pay for it.

13 Take a man’s garment when he has given security for a stranger,

and hold him in pledge on behalf of a stranger.

14 If someone blesses his neighbor with a loud voice early in the morning,

it will be counted as a curse to him.

15 A continual dripping on a rainy day—

a contentious wife makes herself like that.

16 Whoever contains her has contained the wind

or can grasp oil with his right hand.

17 As iron sharpens iron,

so a person sharpens his friend.

18 The one who tends a fig tree will eat its fruit,

and whoever takes care of his master will be honored.

19 As in water the face is reflected as a face,

so a person’s heart reflects the person.

20 As Death and Destruction are never satisfied,

so the eyes of a person are never satisfied.

21 As the crucible is for silver and the furnace is for gold,

so a person must put his praise to the test.

22 If you should pound the fool in the mortar

among the grain with the pestle,

his foolishness would not depart from him.

23 Pay careful attention to the condition of your flocks,

set your mind on your herds,

24 for riches do not last forever,

nor does a crown last from generation to generation.

25 When the hay is removed and new grass appears,

and the grass from the hills is gathered in,

26 the lambs will be for your clothing,

and the goats will be for the price of a field.

27 And there will be enough goat’s milk for your food,

for the food of your household,

and for the sustenance of your servant girls.

28:1 The wicked person fled, though no one was pursuing,

but the righteous person can be as confident as a lion.

2 When a country is rebellious it has many princes,

but by someone who is discerning and knowledgeable order is maintained.

3 A poor person who oppresses the weak

is like a driving rain without food.

4 Those who forsake the law praise the wicked,

but those who keep the law contend with them.

5 Evil people do not understand justice,

but those who seek the Lord understand it all.

6 A poor person who walks in his integrity is better

than one who is perverse in his ways even though he is rich.

7 The one who keeps the law is a discerning child,

but a companion of gluttons brings shame to his parents.

8 The one who increases his wealth by increasing interest

gathers it for someone who is gracious to the needy.

9 The one who turns away his ear from hearing the law,

even his prayer is an abomination.

10 The one who leads the upright astray in an evil way

will himself fall into his own pit,

but the blameless will inherit what is good.

11 A rich person is wise in his own opinion,

but a discerning poor person can evaluate him properly.

12 When the righteous rejoice, great is the glory,

but when the wicked rise to power, people are sought out.

13 The one who covers his transgressions will not prosper,

but whoever confesses them and forsakes them will find mercy.

14 Blessed is the one who is always cautious,

but whoever hardens his heart will fall into evil.

15 Like a roaring lion or a roving bear,

so is a wicked ruler over a poor people.

16 The prince who is a great oppressor lacks wisdom,

but the one who hates unjust gain will prolong his days.

17 The one who is tormented by the murder of another will flee to the pit;

let no one support him.

18 The one who walks blamelessly will be delivered,

but whoever is perverse in his ways will fall at once.

19 The one who works his land will be satisfied with food,

but whoever chases daydreams will have his fill of poverty.

20 A faithful person will have an abundance of blessings,

but the one who hastens to gain riches will not go unpunished.

21 To show partiality is terrible,

for a person will transgress over the smallest piece of bread.

22 The stingy person hastens after riches

and does not know that poverty will overtake him.

23 The one who reproves another will in the end find more favor

than the one who flatters with the tongue.

24 The one who robs his father and mother and says, “There is no transgression,”

is a companion to the one who destroys.

25 The greedy person stirs up dissension,

but the one who trusts in the Lord will prosper.

26 The one who trusts in his own heart is a fool,

but the one who walks in wisdom will escape.

27 The one who gives to the poor will not lack,

but whoever shuts his eyes to them will receive many curses.

28 When the wicked gain control, people hide themselves,

but when they perish, the righteous increase.

29:1 The one who stiffens his neck after numerous rebukes

will suddenly be destroyed without remedy.

2 When the righteous become numerous, the people rejoice;

when the wicked rule, the people groan.

3 The man who loves wisdom brings joy to his father,

but whoever associates with prostitutes wastes his wealth.

4 A king brings stability to a land by justice,

but one who exacts tribute tears it down.

5 The one who flatters his neighbor

spreads a net for his steps.

6 In the transgression of an evil person there is a snare,

but a righteous person can sing and rejoice.

7 The righteous person cares for the legal rights of the poor;

the wicked person does not understand such knowledge.

8 Scornful people inflame a city,

but those who are wise turn away wrath.

9 When a wise person goes to court with a foolish person,

there is no peace whether he is angry or laughs.

10 Bloodthirsty people hate someone with integrity;

as for the upright, they seek his life.

11 A fool lets fly with all his temper,

but a wise person keeps it back.

12 If a ruler listens to lies,

all his ministers will be wicked.

13 The poor person and the oppressor have this in common:

The Lord gives light to the eyes of them both.

14 If a king judges the poor in truth,

his throne will be established forever.

15 A rod and reproof impart wisdom,

but a child who is unrestrained brings shame to his mother.

16 When the wicked increase, transgression increases,

but the righteous will see their downfall.

17 Discipline your child, and he will give you rest;

he will bring you happiness.

18 When there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint,

but the one who keeps the law, blessed is he!

19 A servant cannot be corrected by words,

for although he understands, there is no answer.

20 You have seen someone who is hasty in his words—

there is more hope for a fool than for him.

21 If someone pampers his servant from youth,

he will be a weakling in the end.

22 An angry person stirs up dissension,

and a wrathful person is abounding in transgression.

23 A person’s pride will bring him low,

but one who has a lowly spirit will gain honor.

24 Whoever shares with a thief is his own enemy;

he hears the oath to testify, but does not talk.

25 The fear of people becomes a snare,

but whoever trusts in the Lord will be set on high.

26 Many people seek the face of a ruler,

but it is from the Lord that one receives justice.

27 An unjust person is an abomination to the righteous,

and the one who lives an upright life is an abomination to the wicked.

As Proverbs 27:5-6 says, you can trust a friend even if their words wound you, it’s better that they confront you rather than say nothing. How well do you receive rebukes from a friend or family members? Do you have the courage to address an issue in a friend’s life?