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APRIL 21

 

 

 

PSALMS:   20, 50, 80, 110, 140

 

 

 

PROVERBS:  20

 

 

 

OLD TESTAMENT1 CHRONICLES 11:1 – 12:18

 

 

 

NEW TESTAMENT:  ACTS 28:1 – 31

 

 

 

PSALMS:  21

 

 

 

For the director of music. A psalm of David.

 

 

1 O LORD, the king rejoices in your strength.

 

How great is his joy in the victories you give!

 

2 You have granted him the desire of his heart

 

and have not withheld the request of his lips.

 

Selah

 

 

3 You welcomed him with rich blessings

 

and placed a crown of pure gold on his head.

 

4 He asked you for life, and you gave it to him–

 

length of days, for ever and ever.

 

5 Through the victories you gave, his glory is great;

 

you have bestowed on him splendor and majesty.

 

6 Surely you have granted him eternal blessings

 

and made him glad with the joy of your presence.

 

 

 

7 For the king trusts in the LORD;

 

through the unfailing love of the Most High

 

he will not be shaken.

 

 

 

8 Your hand will lay hold on all your enemies;

 

your right hand will seize your foes.

 

9 At the time of your appearing

 

you will make them like a fiery furnace.

 

In his wrath the LORD will swallow them up,

 

and his fire will consume them.

 

10 You will destroy their descendants from the earth,

 

their posterity from mankind.

 

11 Though they plot evil against you

 

and devise wicked schemes, they cannot succeed;

 

 

 

12 for you will make them turn their backs

 

when you aim at them with drawn bow. [1]

 

13 Be exalted, O LORD, in your strength;

 

we will sing and praise your might. [2]

 

 

 

PSALMS:  51

 

 

 

For the director of music. A psalm of David. When the prophet Nathan came to him after David had committed adultery with Bathsheba.

 

 

1 Have mercy on me, O God,

 

according to your unfailing love;

 

according to your great compassion

 

blot out my transgressions.

 

2 Wash away all my iniquity

 

and cleanse me from my sin.

 

 

3 For I know my transgressions,

 

and my sin is always before me.

 

4 Against you, you only, have I sinned

 

and done what is evil in your sight,

 

so that you are proved right when you speak

 

and justified when you judge.

 

5 Surely I was sinful at birth,

 

sinful from the time my mother conceived me.

 

6 Surely you desire truth in the inner parts A;

 

you teach B me wisdom in the inmost place.

 

 

7 Cleanse me with hyssop, and I will be clean;

 

wash me, and I will be whiter than snow.

 

8 Let me hear joy and gladness;

 

let the bones you have crushed rejoice.

 

9 Hide your face from my sins

 

and blot out all my iniquity. [3]

 

10 Create in me a pure heart, O God,

 

and renew a steadfast spirit within me.

 

11 Do not cast me from your presence

 

or take your Holy Spirit from me.

 

12 Restore to me the joy of your salvation

 

and grant me a willing spirit, to sustain me.

 

 

 

13 Then I will teach transgressors your ways,

 

and sinners will turn back to you.

 

14 Save me from bloodguilt, O God,

 

the God who saves me,

 

and my tongue will sing of your righteousness.

 

15 O Lord, open my lips,

 

and my mouth will declare your praise.

 

16 You do not delight in sacrifice, or I would bring it;

 

you do not take pleasure in burnt offerings.

 

17 The sacrifices of God are C a broken spirit;

 

a broken and contrite heart,

 

O God, you will not despise.

 

 

18 In your good pleasure make Zion prosper;

 

build up the walls of Jerusalem.

 

19 Then there will be righteous sacrifices,

 

whole burnt offerings to delight you;

 

then bulls will be offered on your altar. [4]

 

 

 

PSALMS:  81

 

 

 

For the director of music. According to gittith. A Of Asaph.

 

 

1 Sing for joy to God our strength;

 

shout aloud to the God of Jacob!

 

2 Begin the music, strike the tambourine,

 

play the melodious harp and lyre.

 

 

3 Sound the ram’s horn at the New Moon,

 

and when the moon is full, on the day of our Feast;

 

4 this is a decree for Israel,

 

an ordinance of the God of Jacob.

 

5 He established it as a statute for Joseph

 

when he went out against Egypt,

 

where we heard a language we did not understand. B

 

 

6 He says, “I removed the burden from their shoulders;

 

their hands were set free from the basket.

 

7 In your distress you called and I rescued you,

 

I answered you out of a thundercloud;

 

I tested you at the waters of Meribah.

 

Selah

 

 

 

8 “Hear, O my people, and I will warn you–

 

if you would but listen to me, O Israel!

 

9 You shall have no foreign god among you;

 

you shall not bow down to an alien god.

 

10 I am the LORD your God,

 

who brought you up out of Egypt.

 

Open wide your mouth and I will fill it. [5]

 

11 “But my people would not listen to me;

 

Israel would not submit to me.

 

12 So I gave them over to their stubborn hearts

 

to follow their own devices.

 

 

 

13 “If my people would but listen to me,

 

if Israel would follow my ways,

 

14 how quickly would I subdue their enemies

 

and turn my hand against their foes!

 

15 Those who hate the LORD would cringe before him,

 

and their punishment would last forever.

 

16 But you would be fed with the finest of wheat;

 

with honey from the rock I would satisfy you.” [6]

 

 

 

PSALMS:  111

 

 

 

Praise A the LORD. B

 

 

I will extol the LORD with all my heart

 

in the council of the upright and in the assembly.

 

 

2 Great are the works of the LORD;

 

they are pondered by all who delight in them.

 

3 Glorious and majestic are his deeds,

 

and his righteousness endures forever.

 

4 He has caused his wonders to be remembered;

 

the LORD is gracious and compassionate.

 

5 He provides food for those who fear him;

 

he remembers his covenant forever.

 

6 He has shown his people the power of his works,

 

giving them the lands of other nations.

 

7 The works of his hands are faithful and just;

 

all his precepts are trustworthy.

 

8 They are steadfast for ever and ever,

 

done in faithfulness and uprightness.

 

 

 

9 He provided redemption for his people;

 

he ordained his covenant forever–

 

holy and awesome is his name.

 

 

10 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom;

 

all who follow his precepts have good understanding.

 

To him belongs eternal praise. [7]

 

 

 

PSALMS:  141

 

 

 

A psalm of David.

 

 

1 O LORD, I call to you; come quickly to me.

 

Hear my voice when I call to you.

 

2 May my prayer be set before you like incense;

 

may the lifting up of my hands be like the evening sacrifice.

 

 

3 Set a guard over my mouth, O LORD;

 

keep watch over the door of my lips.

 

4 Let not my heart be drawn to what is evil,

 

to take part in wicked deeds

 

with men who are evildoers;

 

let me not eat of their delicacies.

 

 

5 Let a righteous man A strike me–it is a kindness;

 

let him rebuke me–it is oil on my head.

 

My head will not refuse it.

 

 

Yet my prayer is ever against the deeds of evildoers;

 

6 their rulers will be thrown down from the cliffs,

 

and the wicked will learn that my words were well spoken.

 

7 They will say, “As one plows and breaks up the earth,

 

so our bones have been scattered at the mouth of the grave. B

 

 

8 But my eyes are fixed on you, O Sovereign LORD;

 

in you I take refuge–do not give me over to death.

 

9 Keep me from the snares they have laid for me,

 

from the traps set by evildoers.

 

10 Let the wicked fall into their own nets,

 

while I pass by in safety. [8]

 

 

 

PROVERBS:  21

 

 

 

21 1 The king’s heart is in the hand of the LORD;

 

he directs it like a watercourse wherever he pleases.

 

 

2 All a man’s ways seem right to him,

 

but the LORD weighs the heart.

 

 

3 To do what is right and just

 

is more acceptable to the LORD than sacrifice.

 

 

4 Haughty eyes and a proud heart,

 

the lamp of the wicked, are sin!

 

 

5 The plans of the diligent lead to profit

 

as surely as haste leads to poverty.

 

 

6 A fortune made by a lying tongue

 

is a fleeting vapor and a deadly snare. A

 

 

7 The violence of the wicked will drag them away,

 

for they refuse to do what is right.

 

 

8 The way of the guilty is devious,

 

but the conduct of the innocent is upright.

 

 

9 Better to live on a corner of the roof

 

than share a house with a quarrelsome wife.

 

 

10 The wicked man craves evil;

 

his neighbor gets no mercy from him. [9]

 

11 When a mocker is punished, the simple gain wisdom;

 

when a wise man is instructed, he gets knowledge.

 

 

12 The Righteous One B takes note of the house of the wicked

 

and brings the wicked to ruin.

 

 

13 If a man shuts his ears to the cry of the poor,

 

he too will cry out and not be answered.

 

 

 

14 A gift given in secret soothes anger,

 

and a bribe concealed in the cloak pacifies great wrath.

 

 

15 When justice is done, it brings joy to the righteous

 

but terror to evildoers.

 

 

16 A man who strays from the path of understanding

 

comes to rest in the company of the dead.

 

 

17 He who loves pleasure will become poor;

 

whoever loves wine and oil will never be rich.

 

 

18 The wicked become a ransom for the righteous,

 

and the unfaithful for the upright.

 

19 Better to live in a desert

 

than with a quarrelsome and ill-tempered wife.

 

 

20 In the house of the wise are stores of choice food and oil,

 

but a foolish man devours all he has.

 

 

21 He who pursues righteousness and love

 

finds life, prosperity C and honor. [10]

 

22 A wise man attacks the city of the mighty

 

and pulls down the stronghold in which they trust.

 

 

23 He who guards his mouth and his tongue

 

keeps himself from calamity.

 

 

24 The proud and arrogant man–“Mocker” is his name;

 

he behaves with overweening pride.

 

 

25 The sluggard’s craving will be the death of him,

 

because his hands refuse to work.

 

26 All day long he craves for more,

 

but the righteous give without sparing.

 

 

 

27 The sacrifice of the wicked is detestable–

 

how much more so when brought with evil intent!

 

 

28 A false witness will perish,

 

and whoever listens to him will be destroyed forever. D

 

 

29 A wicked man puts up a bold front,

 

but an upright man gives thought to his ways.

 

 

30 There is no wisdom, no insight, no plan

 

that can succeed against the LORD.

 

 

31 The horse is made ready for the day of battle,

 

but victory rests with the LORD. [11]

 

 

OLD TESTAMENT:  1 CHRONICLES 11:1 – 12:18

 

 

 

11 1 All Israel came together to David at Hebron and said, “We are your own flesh and blood. 2 In the past, even while Saul was king, you were the one who led Israel on their military campaigns. And the LORD your God said to you, `You will shepherd my people Israel, and you will become their ruler.'”

 

3 When all the elders of Israel had come to King David at Hebron, he made a compact with them at Hebron before the LORD, and they anointed David king over Israel, as the LORD had promised through Samuel.

 

4 David and all the Israelites marched to Jerusalem (that is, Jebus). The Jebusites who lived there 5 said to David, “You will not get in here.” Nevertheless, David captured the fortress of Zion, the City of David.

 

6 David had said, “Whoever leads the attack on the Jebusites will become commander-in-chief.” Joab son of Zeruiah went up first, and so he received the command.

 

7 David then took up residence in the fortress, and so it was called the City of David.

 

8 He built up the city around it, from the supporting terraces A to the surrounding wall, while Joab restored the rest of the city. 9 And David became more and more powerful, because the LORD Almighty was with him.

 

10 These were the chiefs of David’s mighty men–they, together with all Israel, gave his kingship strong support to extend it over the whole land, as the LORD had promised—

 

11 this is the list of David’s mighty men: [12] Jashobeam, B a Hacmonite, was chief of the officers C; he raised his spear against three hundred men, whom he killed in one encounter.

 

12 Next to him was Eleazar son of Dodai the Ahohite, one of the three mighty men.

 

13 He was with David at Pas Dammim when the Philistines gathered there for battle. At a place where there was a field full of barley, the troops fled from the Philistines. 14 But they took their stand in the middle of the field. They defended it and struck the Philistines down, and the LORD brought about a great victory.

 

15 Three of the thirty chiefs came down to David to the rock at the cave of Adullam, while a band of Philistines was encamped in the Valley of Rephaim. 16 At that time David was in the stronghold, and the Philistine garrison was at Bethlehem. 17 David longed for water and said, “Oh, that someone would get me a drink of water from the well near the gate of Bethlehem!” 18 So the Three broke through the Philistine lines, drew water from the well near the gate of Bethlehem and carried it back to David. But he refused to drink it; instead, he poured it out before the LORD. 19 “God forbid that I should do this!” he said. “Should I drink the blood of these men who went at the risk of their lives?” Because they risked their lives to bring it back, David would not drink it.

 

Such were the exploits of the three mighty men.

 

 

 

20 Abishai the brother of Joab was chief of the Three. He raised his spear against three hundred men, whom he killed, and so he became as famous as the Three. 21 He was doubly honored above the Three and became their commander, even though he was not [13] included among them.

 

22 Benaiah son of Jehoiada was a valiant fighter from Kabzeel, who performed great exploits. He struck down two of Moab’s best men. He also went down into a pit on a snowy day and killed a lion. 23 And he struck down an Egyptian who was seven and a half feet D tall. Although the Egyptian had a spear like a weaver’s rod in his hand, Benaiah went against him with a club. He snatched the spear from the Egyptian’s hand and killed him with his own spear. 24 Such were the exploits of Benaiah son of Jehoiada; he too was as famous as the three mighty men. 25 He was held in greater honor than any of the Thirty, but he was not included among the Three. And David put him in charge of his bodyguard.

 

 

 

26 The mighty men were:

 

Asahel the brother of Joab,

 

Elhanan son of Dodo from Bethlehem,

 

27 Shammoth the Harorite,

 

Helez the Pelonite,

 

28 Ira son of Ikkesh from Tekoa,

 

Abiezer from Anathoth,

 

29 Sibbecai the Hushathite,

 

Ilai the Ahohite,

 

30 Maharai the Netophathite,

 

Heled son of Baanah the Netophathite,

 

31 Ithai son of Ribai from Gibeah in Benjamin,

 

Benaiah the Pirathonite, [14]

 

32 Hurai from the ravines of Gaash,

 

Abiel the Arbathite,

 

33 Azmaveth the Baharumite,

 

Eliahba the Shaalbonite,

 

34 the sons of Hashem the Gizonite,

 

Jonathan son of Shagee the Hararite,

 

35 Ahiam son of Sacar the Hararite,

 

Eliphal son of Ur,

 

36 Hepher the Mekerathite,

 

Ahijah the Pelonite,

 

37 Hezro the Carmelite,

 

Naarai son of Ezbai,

 

38 Joel the brother of Nathan,

 

Mibhar son of Hagri,

 

39 Zelek the Ammonite,

 

Naharai the Berothite, the armor-bearer of Joab son of Zeruiah,

 

40 Ira the Ithrite,

 

Gareb the Ithrite,

 

41 Uriah the Hittite,

 

Zabad son of Ahlai,

 

42 Adina son of Shiza the Reubenite, who was chief of the Reubenites, and the thirty with him,

 

43 Hanan son of Maacah,

 

Joshaphat the Mithnite,

 

44 Uzzia the Ashterathite,

 

Shama and Jeiel the sons of Hotham the Aroerite, [15]

 

45 Jediael son of Shimri,

 

his brother Joha the Tizite,

 

46 Eliel the Mahavite,

 

Jeribai and Joshaviah the sons of Elnaam,

 

Ithmah the Moabite,

 

47 Eliel, Obed and Jaasiel the Mezobaite.

 

 

 

12 1 These were the men who came to David at Ziklag, while he was banished from the presence of Saul son of Kish (they were among the warriors who helped him in battle;

 

2 they were armed with bows and were able to shoot arrows or to sling stones right-handed or left-handed; they were kinsmen of Saul from the tribe of Benjamin):

 

3 Ahiezer their chief and Joash the sons of Shemaah the Gibeathite; Jeziel and Pelet the sons of Azmaveth; Beracah, Jehu the Anathothite, 4 and Ishmaiah the Gibeonite, a mighty man among the Thirty, who was a leader of the Thirty; Jeremiah, Jahaziel, Johanan, Jozabad the Gederathite, 5 Eluzai, Jerimoth, Bealiah, Shemariah and Shephatiah the Haruphite; 6 Elkanah, Isshiah, Azarel, Joezer and Jashobeam the Korahites; 7 and Joelah and Zebadiah the sons of Jeroham from Gedor. [16]

 

 

 

8 Some Gadites defected to David at his stronghold in the desert. They were brave warriors, ready for battle and able to handle the shield and spear. Their faces were the faces of lions, and they were as swift as gazelles in the mountains.

 

9 Ezer was the chief,

 

Obadiah the second in command, Eliab the third,

 

10 Mishmannah the fourth, Jeremiah the fifth,

 

11 Attai the sixth, Eliel the seventh,

 

12 Johanan the eighth, Elzabad the ninth,

 

13  Jeremiah the tenth and Macbannai the eleventh.

 

14 These Gadites were army commanders; the least was a match for a hundred, and the greatest for a thousand. 15 It was they who crossed the Jordan in the first month when it was overflowing all its banks, and they put to flight everyone living in the valleys, to the east and to the west.

 

 

 

16 Other Benjamites and some men from Judah also came to David in his stronghold.

 

17 David went out to meet them and said to them, “If you have come to me in peace, to help me, I am ready to have you unite with me. But if you have come to betray me to my enemies when my hands are free from violence, may the God of our fathers see it and judge you.”

 

18 Then the Spirit came upon Amasai, chief of the Thirty, and he said:

 

 

 

“We are yours, O David! [17]

 

We are with you, O son of Jesse!

 

Success, success to you,

 

and success to those who help you,

 

for  your God will help you.”

 

 

 

So David received them and made them leaders of his raiding bands. [18]

 

 

 

NEW TESTAMENT:  ACTS 28:1 – 31

 

 

 

28 1 Once safely on shore, we found out that the island was called Malta. 2 The islanders showed us unusual kindness. They built a fire and welcomed us all because it was raining and cold. 3 Paul gathered a pile of brushwood and, as he put it on the fire, a viper, driven out by the heat, fastened itself on his hand. 4 When the islanders saw the snake hanging from his hand, they said to each other, “This man must be a murderer; for though he escaped from the sea, Justice has not allowed him to live.” 5 But Paul shook the snake off into the fire and suffered no ill effects. 6 The people expected him to swell up or suddenly fall dead, but after waiting a long time and seeing nothing unusual happen to him, they changed their minds and said he was a god.

 

7 There was an estate nearby that belonged to Publius, the chief official of the island. He welcomed us to his home and for three days entertained us hospitably. 8 His father was sick in bed, suffering from fever and dysentery. Paul went in to see him and, after prayer, placed his hands on him and healed him. 9 When this had happened, the rest of the sick on the island came and were cured. 10 They honored us in many ways and when we were ready to sail, they furnished us with the supplies we needed.

 

11 After three months we put out to sea in a ship that had wintered in the island. It was an Alexandrian ship with the figurehead of the twin gods Castor and Pollux. 12 We put in at Syracuse and stayed there three days. 13 From there we set sail and arrived at Rhegium. The next day the south wind came up, and on [19]the following day we reached Puteoli. 14 There we found some brothers who invited us to spend a week with them. And so we came to Rome. 15 The brothers there had heard that we were coming, and they traveled as far as the Forum of Appius and the Three Taverns to meet us. At the sight of these men Paul thanked God and was encouraged. 16 When we got to Rome, Paul was allowed to live by himself, with a soldier to guard him.

 

17 Three days later he called together the leaders of the Jews. When they had assembled, Paul said to them: “My brothers, although I have done nothing against our people or against the customs of our ancestors, I was arrested in Jerusalem and handed over to the Romans.

 

18 They examined me and wanted to release me, because I was not guilty of any crime deserving death. 19 But when the Jews objected, I was compelled to appeal to Caesar–not that I had any charge to bring against my own people. 20 For this reason I have asked to see you and talk with you. It is because of the hope of Israel that I am bound with this chain.”

 

 

 

21 They replied, “We have not received any letters from Judea concerning you, and none of the brothers who have come from there has reported or said anything bad about you. 22 But we want to hear what your views are, for we know that people everywhere are talking against this sect.”

 

23 They arranged to meet Paul on a certain day, and came in even larger numbers to the place where he was staying. From morning till evening he explained and declared to them the kingdom of God and [20] tried to convince them about Jesus from the Law of Moses and from the Prophets. 24 Some were convinced by what he said, but others would not believe. 25 They disagreed among themselves and began to leave after Paul had made this final statement: “The Holy Spirit spoke the truth to your forefathers when he said through Isaiah the prophet:

 

 

 

26“`Go to this people and say,

 

“You will be ever hearing but never understanding;

 

you will be ever seeing but never perceiving.”

 

27 For this people’s heart has become calloused;

 

they hardly hear with their ears,

 

and they have closed their eyes.

 

Otherwise they might see with their eyes,

 

hear with their ears,

 

understand with their hearts

 

and turn, and I would heal them.’ A

 

 

 

28 “Therefore I want you to know that God’s salvation has been sent to the Gentiles, and they will listen!” B

 

30 For two whole years Paul stayed there in his own rented house and welcomed all who came to see him. 31 Boldly and without hindrance he preached the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ. [21]

 


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Posted February 1, 2012 by jeshorowitz123

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