August 31 – September 6

MONDAY

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Watch this video about Covenants.

Listen as you read Deuteronomy 29-30 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


TUESDAY

Watch this video about the Law.

Listen as you read Deuteronomy 31-32 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


WEDNESDAY

Watch this video to review Deuteronomy.

Today we finish reading the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament. Listen as you read Deuteronomy 33-34 and Psalm 90 “A prayer of Moses the man of God,” in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


THURSDAY

Listen as you read Joshua 1-2 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


FRIDAY

Listen as you read Joshua 3-6 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


SATURDAY

Psalm 91. Psalm 91 is a companion to Psalm 90, which we read a few days ago. Psalm 90 says, “Lord, you have been our dwelling place throughout all generations.” Psalm 91 speaks of the person who dwells and rests in that dwelling place. Consider this quote by Spurgeon: “Every child of God looks towards the inner sanctuary and the Mercy Seat, yet all do not dwell in the Most Holy Place; they run to it at times, and enjoy occasional approaches, but they do not habitually reside in the mysterious presence.”

Listen as you read Psalm 91 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.

Song: Dwell – Find a quiet spot to listen and speak these words to God in your heart.


SUNDAY

Listen as you read Psalm 114 (which includes a reference to the Jordan River turning back for Israel) in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.

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