June 8 – 13 Bible Reading Guides & Commentary

Lynn Bible Reading Guide

GENESIS — Genesis, which means beginnings, was written by Moses.  In it, God gives us an account of how the world began and also a history of the ancient world.  After the flood, the history centers chiefly around the lives of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  From them God established the nation of Israel.  It was to that nation, from Abraham’s …

June 1 – 6 Bible Reading Guide

Lynn Bible Reading Guide

Monday, June 1, Revelation 18 Vv. 2, 20 — Babylon, in the Old Testament, was the heathen nation which brought Judah into Babylonian Captivity (II Kings 25:1-21 & II Chron. 36:15-20). As God freed Judah from that captivity (II Chron. 36:21-23 and Ezra 1)), so He’ll free the Christian Church in the last days from Babylon the Great. Babylon the …

May 25-30 Bible Reading Guides

Lynn Bible Reading Guide

Monday, May 25, Revelation 12 v. 1 — The woman is a symbol of the Christian church. v. 3 — “Crowns” is not the word for the crown of victory, but “diadem,” which implied deity. It was worn by the Persian emperors, by the mad Caligula and Diocletian (Roman emperors) and still later by the popes. Vv. 5-6 — The …

May 18-23 Bible Reading Guides

Lynn Bible Reading Guide

Bible Reading and Commentary May 18-23, 2020 Monday, May 18, Revelation 6 Vv. 2, 4, 5, 8 — Prof. Becker in his commentary on Revelation, interprets the opening of the 6 seals in chapter 6 with Matthew 24, where Jesus gives us the signs of the last days. Here’s his interpretation: The white horse in v. 2 is Christ and …

May 11-16 Bible Reading Guide

Jon Bible Reading Guide

Bible Reading and Commentary May 11-16, 2020 REVELATION — The book of Revelation might be viewed as a commentary on 2 Bible passages, “We must through many hardships enter the Kingdom of God,” (Acts 14:22) and “The gates of hell will not overcome it (the church)” (Matt. 16:18; A.A.T.) Monday, May 11, Revelation 1 v. 5 — How are we …

May 4-9 Bible Reading Guide

Jon Bible Reading Guide

Bible Reading and Commentary May 4 – May 9, 2020 I, II, & III JOHN — In the epistles of John, he speaks out against those who denied Jesus’ divinity. John defended Christ’s divinity in his epistle and also this truth: Only through faith in Jesus do we have eternal life. He also stressed the real meaning of love–our love …