Daily Hope – Friday – Week 33

Daily Hope 

Friday – Week 33

Daily Meditation:  Psalm 91:16

With long life I will satisfy him,
And show him My salvation.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   Isaiah 49-52; Philippians 4; Psalm 92

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Thursday – Week 33

Daily Hope 

Thursday – Week 33

Daily Meditation:  Deuteronomy 30:19

I call heaven and earth as witnesses today against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live;

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   Isaiah 45-48; Philippians 3

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Wednesday – Week 33

Daily Hope 

Wednesday – Week 33

Daily Meditation:  Psalm 118:17

I shall not die, but live,
And declare the works of the Lord.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   Isaiah 41-44; Philippians 2

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Tuesday – Week 33

Daily Hope 

Tuesday – Week 33

Daily Meditation:  Psalm 107:20

He sent His word and healed them,
And delivered them from their destructions.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   2 Kings 20; Isaiah. 38-40; Philippians 1; Psalm 75

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Monday – Week 33

Daily Hope 

Monday – Week 33

Daily Meditation:  Psalm 103:1-5

Bless the Lord, O my soul;
And all that is within me, bless His holy name!
Bless the Lord, O my soul,
And forget not all His benefits:
Who forgives all your iniquities,
Who heals all your diseases,
Who redeems your life from destruction,
Who crowns you with lovingkindness and tender mercies,
Who satisfies your mouth with good things,
So that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   Isaiah 36-37; Ephesians 6; Psalm 76 

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Friday – Week 32

Daily Hope 

Friday – Week 32

Daily Meditation:  Malachi 3:10

Bring all the tithes into the storehouse,
That there may be food in My house,
And try Me now in this,”
Says the Lord of hosts,
“If I will not open for you the windows of heaven
And pour out for you such blessing
That there will not be room enough to receive it.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   2 Kings 18-19; 2 Chronicles 32; Ephesians 5 

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Thursday – Week 32

Daily Hope 

Thursday – Week 32

Daily Meditation:  Deuteronomy 7:15

And the Lord will take away from you all sickness, and will afflict you with none of the terrible diseases of Egypt which you have known, but will lay them on all those who hate you.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   2 Chronicles 29-31; Ephesians 4 

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Wednesday – Week 32

Daily Hope 

Wednesday – Week 32

Daily Meditation:  Exodus 23:25

“So you shall serve the Lord your God, and He will bless your bread and your water. And I will take sickness away from the midst of you.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   2 Kings 17; 2 Chronicles 28; Ephesians 3; Psalm 46 

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Tuesday – Week 32

Daily Hope 

Tuesday – Week 32

Daily Meditation:  Exodus 15:26

“If you diligently heed the voice of the Lord your God and do what is right in His sight, give ear to His commandments and keep all His statutes, I will put none of the diseases on you which I have brought on the Egyptians. For I am the Lord who heals you.”

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   Isaiah 34-35; Ephesians 2 

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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Daily Hope – Monday – Week 32

Daily Hope 

Monday – Week 32

Daily Meditation:  Matthew 8:2-3

And behold, a leper came and worshiped Him, saying, “Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.” Then Jesus put out His hand and touched him, saying, “I am willing; be cleansed.” Immediately his leprosy was cleansed.

– One of the scriptural meanings of the word meditate is “to murmur”, to speak the Word to yourself only. As often as you think of it today, preach it to your mind, preach it to your soul, preach it to your Spirit.  It is amazing how a scripture that doesn’t seem to apply to me that morning, suddenly touches so many areas of my life as I meditate on it during the day.

 

Daily Reading:   Isaiah 30-33; Ephesians 1 

– Each week contains only five readings, allowing you to miss a day, or catch up. You can read both the Old and New Testament assignments for each day and complete the entire Bible in one year. Or, read the New Testament readings for each day and finish the New Testament in a year.
The full schedule can be found HERE.

 

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