Sunday, May 10, 2015

Week in Review: May 3-9

One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts. Psalm 145:4 
Pray for your families; for your children. If they be pious, you can still pray for them that their piety may be real, that they may be upheld in their profession. And if they be ungodly, you have a whole fountain of arguments for prayer. So long as thou hast a child unpardoned, pray for it; so long as thou hast a child alive that is saved, pray for him, that he may be kept. Thou hast enough reason to pray for those that have proceeded from thine own loins… Perhaps the day when this world shall perish will be the day unbrightened by a prayer; and perhaps the day when a great misdeed was done by some man, was the day when his friends left off praying for him. Pray for your households. ~ Charles Spurgeon, "Prayer The Forerunner of Mercy"
Prayer is the only entryway into genuine self-knowledge. It is also the main way we experience deep change— the reordering of our loves. Prayer is how God gives us so many of the unimaginable things he has for us. Indeed, prayer makes it safe for God to give us many of the things we most desire. It is the way we know God, the way we finally treat God as God. Prayer is simply the key to everything we need to do and be in life. We must learn to pray. We have to. ~ Tim Keller, Prayer
  • Psalms 90-150
  • Proverbs
  • Job
  • Song of Songs
  • Ruth
  • Lamentations


  • Exodus 1-11
  • Judges 13-21
  • Ruth
  • Proverbs 1-10
  • Isaiah 50-66
  • Micah
  • Nahum
  • Habakkuk
  • Zephaniah
  • James
  • 1 John 
  • 2 John
  • 3 John
  • Jude
  • Revelation


  • James


  • James


  • James


  • James


  • James

© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible

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