Day 203

The Bible In A Year 203

from the The Bible In A Year reading plan


2 Kings 7-9, Ephesians 1

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18 thoughts on "The Bible In A Year 203"

  1. Kady says:

    Why does Elisha kill himself after he was just told he would recover? Did he not trust his servant or was this an odd way of saying he died? Please help

    1. Junglewife says:

      It was the king of Syria. He sent his servant to Elisha to ask him what would happen. I think if the servant wouldn’t have interfered, the king would have recovered. But Elisha knew the evil in the servant’s heart. Which is why Elisha stared at him after his prophesy. The servant went back and delivered Elisha’s prophesy and then killed the king.
      Sometimes in the Bible things get confusing because of all the pronouns that don’t always specify who they’re referring to “he/him/etc”

  2. Bethany says:

    Abundantly free in Christ!

  3. Rachel Knowlman says:

    Holy Spirit, 14 who is the guarantee of our inheritance.

    When we meet with other christians, Holy Spirit comes and guarantees of our inheritance.

    When read the word, Holy Spirit comes and guarantees of our inheritance.

    When we see healing, Holy Spirit comes and guarantees of our inheritance.

    When we look at creation, Holy Spirit comes and guarantees of our inheritance.

    When we allow God to move in our souls, Holy Spirit comes and guarantees of our inheritance.

  4. Sarah says:

    “Even as he chose us in him before the foundation of the world.”
    How absolutely profound that is to my heart. That he would think of me and choose me to be in him before he even laid the foundation of the world?

    1. carli moriarty says:

      truly amazing

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