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One-Year Daily Chronological Bible Studies

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May 19 begins the reign of King Solomon in our daily chronological Bible studies. We will read about his dynasty and some books he wrote—Proverbs, Song of Solomon, and Ecclesiastes. We will Learn what makes him a great king, gain some wisdom from the wisest man on earth, read a love story, and then learn from the folly of his mistakes later in life. Join us!

Wealth and Wisdom

golden nest egg Day 144, May 24

Many seek golden nest eggs for their retirement. Is it a sin to be wealthy? No, money is not evil, but the love of money is the root of all evil (1 Timothy 6:10). King Solomon writes in one of his Proverbs, “The blessing of the LORD makes one rich, and he adds no sorrow [or trouble] with it” (Proverbs 10:22, NIV) Read more.

Wisdom for Living

apple with books Day 145, May 25

A stitch in time saves nine. Measure twice, cut once. Happy wife, happy life. These short sayings and many others are sage advice born from experience. They help us remember important life principles to give us success.

At the height of Solomon’s reign, he wrote many short verses of wisdom in the book of Proverbs. Like an apple a day keeps the doctor away, so applying a proverb a day will help keep trouble away (at least that of our own making). Read more.

Beware of Lures

fishing lure Day 146, May 26

When we think of lures, we think of fishing. Lures are colorful and have different sizes, shapes, and textures. We choose them to attract certain types of fish. While these types of baits can be useful for the angler, they can be deadly for the fish. What else is a lure that might harm us? Read more.

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Perhaps you want a more indepth study for yourself or your small group. In these Bible studies you read the Scriptures, type in the answers, and then check them with the answers provided. The books of James and Ephesians are offered now. Let me know if you like them.

Scripture Studies

Here you will see how Bible passages fit in chronological Bible history. Choose a Bible passage link, and it will take you to a corresponding chronological Bible study. Small group Bible studies are also now available. These are interactive Bible studies that can be used with groups or for individual discipleship.

Topical Bible Studies

Various Bible and current issues are shared from a Biblical perspective. Nearly 400 Bible studies are now available. Many people choose these for personal use and for small group Bible studies.

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