Day 73

The Bible In A Year 73

from the The Bible In A Year reading plan


Leviticus 17-18, Matthew 26:1-35

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46 thoughts on "The Bible In A Year 73"

  1. Gracie Bonham says:

    Done❤️

  2. May Alcorn says:

    25and the land became unclean, so that I punished its iniquity, and the land vomited out its inhabitants. – wow strong description but I think they were even sacrificing children- realize why God wanted the Israelites to be holy from the nations they would go into in the Promised Land

  3. Alyssa Petersen says:

    Reading through Leviticus and Matthew has deepened my thankfulness for the freedom found in knowing and being known by Christ! ❤️

  4. Heather Roberson says:

    Leviticus 18:18- Didn’t Jacob do this with Leah and Rachel?

    1. Amy Beth says:

      He did, but that was before this law and their issues with each other reveal all the reasons you shouldn’t do this. (Also, Jacob probably wouldn’t have married sisters if his father in law hadn’t tricked him by marrying Leah to him first)… even the protagonists in the Bible are all (except for Jesus) sinful human beings. Their stories aren’t necessarily told for us to emulate but to see how God uses them anyway

      1. May Alcorn says:

        Yes! And Judah and his daughter in law!

      2. May Alcorn says:

        And it made me think of Noah and his sons after the flood

      3. Nora Cruz says:

        Awesome explanation

  5. E Hong says:

    trusting in God at all times is harder than it sounds -ellie

    1. Sharon Ide says:

      May our great hope and excitement be for the day we get to drink of the vine in fellowship and celebration with our Savior in the Kingdom of God.

  6. Corina Balta says:

    ❤️

  7. Nichole says:

    Love the connections made here from Leviticus and Matthew! Life is given through blood.so thankful for my savior!!!

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