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PSALMS:  17, 47, 77, 107, 137

 

 

 

PROVERBS:  17

 

 

 

OLD TESTAMENT1 KINGS 1:1 – 53

 

 

 

NEW TESTAMENT:  ACTS 4:1 – 37

 

 

 

PSALMS:  17

 

 

 

A prayer of David.

 

 

1 Hear, O LORD, my righteous plea;

 

listen to my cry.

 

Give ear to my prayer–

 

it does not rise from deceitful lips.

 

2 May my vindication come from you;

 

may your eyes see what is right.

 

 

3 Though you probe my heart and examine me at night,

 

though you test me, you will find nothing;

 

I have resolved that my mouth will not sin.

 

4 As for the deeds of men–

 

by the word of your lips

 

I have kept myself

 

from the ways of the violent.

 

5 My steps have held to your paths;

 

my feet have not slipped.

 

 

 

6 I call on you, O God, for you will answer me;

 

give ear to me and hear my prayer.

 

7 Show the wonder of your great love,

 

you who save by your right hand

 

those who take refuge in you from their foes.

 

8 Keep me as the apple of your eye;

 

hide me in the shadow of your wings

 

9 from the wicked who assail me,

 

from my mortal enemies who surround me. [1]

 

 

 

10 They close up their callous hearts,

 

and their mouths speak with arrogance.

 

11 They have tracked me down, they now surround me,

 

with eyes alert, to throw me to the ground.

 

12 They are like a lion hungry for prey,

 

like a great lion crouching in cover.

 

 

 

13 Rise up, O LORD, confront them, bring them down;

 

rescue me from the wicked by your sword.

 

14 O LORD, by your hand save me from such men,

 

from men of this world whose reward is in this life.

 

 

You still the hunger of those you cherish;

 

their sons have plenty,

 

and they store up wealth for their children.

 

15 And I–in righteousness I will see your face;

 

when I awake, I will be satisfied with seeing

 

your likeness. [2]

 

 

 

PSALMS:   47

 

 

 

For the director of music. Of the Sons of Korah. A psalm.

 

 

1 Clap your hands, all you nations;

 

shout to God with cries of joy.

 

2 How awesome is the LORD Most High,

 

the great King over all the earth!

 

3 He subdued nations under us,

 

peoples under our feet.

 

4 He chose our inheritance for us,

 

the pride of Jacob, whom he loved.

 

Selah

 

 

 

5 God has ascended amid shouts of joy,

 

the LORD amid the sounding of trumpets.

 

6 Sing praises to God, sing praises;

 

sing praises to our King, sing praises.

 

 

7 For God is the King of all the earth;

 

sing to him a psalm A of praise.

 

8 God reigns over the nations;

 

God is seated on his holy throne.

 

9 The nobles of the nations assemble

 

as the people of the God of Abraham,

 

for the kings B of the earth belong to God;

 

he is greatly exalted. [3]

 

 

 

PSALMS:   77

 

 

 

For the director of music. For Jeduthun. Of Asaph. A psalm.

 

 

1 I cried out to God for help;

 

I cried out to God to hear me.

 

2 When I was in distress, I sought the Lord;

 

at night I stretched out untiring hands

 

and my soul refused to be comforted.

 

 

3 I remembered you, O God, and I groaned;

 

I mused, and my spirit grew faint.

 

Selah

 

 

4 You kept my eyes from closing;

 

I was too troubled to speak.

 

5 I thought about the former days,

 

the years of long ago;

 

6 I remembered my songs in the night.

 

My heart mused and my spirit inquired:

 

 

7 “Will the Lord reject forever?

 

Will he never show his favor again?

 

8 Has his unfailing love vanished forever?

 

Has his promise failed for all time?

 

9 Has God forgotten to be merciful?

 

Has he in anger withheld his compassion?”

 

Selah [4]

 

 

10 Then I thought, “To this I will appeal:

 

the years of the right hand of the Most High.”

 

 

 

11 I will remember the deeds of the LORD;

 

yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago.

 

12 I will meditate on all your works

 

and consider all your mighty deeds.

 

 

 

13 Your ways, O God, are holy.

 

What god is so great as our God?

 

14 You are the God who performs miracles;

 

you display your power among the peoples.

 

15 With your mighty arm you redeemed your people,

 

the descendants of Jacob and Joseph.

 

Selah

 

 

 

16 The waters saw you, O God,

 

the waters saw you and writhed;

 

the very depths were convulsed.

 

17 The clouds poured down water,

 

the skies resounded with thunder;

 

your arrows flashed back and forth.

 

18 Your thunder was heard in the whirlwind,

 

your lightning lit up the world;

 

the earth trembled and quaked.

 

19 Your path led through the sea,

 

your way through the mighty waters,

 

though your footprints were not seen.

 

 

20 You led your people like a flock

 

by the hand of Moses and Aaron. [5]

 

 

 

PSALMS:   107

 

 

 

1 Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good;

 

his love endures forever.

 

2 Let the redeemed of the LORD say this–

 

those he redeemed from the hand of the foe,

 

3 those he gathered from the lands,

 

from east and west, from north and south. A

 

 

 

4 Some wandered in desert wastelands,

 

finding no way to a city where they could settle.

 

5 They were hungry and thirsty,

 

and their lives ebbed away.

 

6 Then they cried out to the LORD in their trouble,

 

and he delivered them from their distress.

 

7 He led them by a straight way

 

to a city where they could settle.

 

8 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love

 

and his wonderful deeds for men,

 

9 for he satisfies the thirsty

 

and fills the hungry with good things.

 

 

10 Some sat in darkness and the deepest gloom,

 

prisoners suffering in iron chains,

 

11 for they had rebelled against the words of God

 

and despised the counsel of the Most High.

 

12 So he subjected them to bitter labor;

 

they stumbled, and there was no one to help.

 

13 Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble,

 

and he saved them from their distress.

 

14 He brought them out of darkness and the deepest gloom

 

and broke away their chains.

 

15 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love

 

and his wonderful deeds for men,

 

16 for he breaks down gates of bronze

 

and cuts through bars of iron. [6]

 

 

 

17 Some became fools through their rebellious ways

 

and suffered affliction because of their iniquities.

 

18 They loathed all food

 

and drew near the gates of death.

 

19 Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble,

 

and he saved them from their distress.

 

20 He sent forth his word and healed them;

 

he rescued them from the grave.

 

21 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love

 

and his wonderful deeds for men.

 

22 Let them sacrifice thank offerings

 

and tell of his works with songs of joy.

 

 

 

23 Others went out on the sea in ships;

 

they were merchants on the mighty waters.

 

24 They saw the works of the LORD,

 

his wonderful deeds in the deep.

 

25 For he spoke and stirred up a tempest

 

that lifted high the waves.

 

26 They mounted up to the heavens and went down to the depths;

 

in their peril their courage melted away.

 

27 They reeled and staggered like drunken men;

 

they were at their wits’ end.

 

28 Then they cried out to the LORD in their trouble,

 

and he brought them out of their distress.

 

29 He stilled the storm to a whisper;

 

the waves of the sea were hushed.

 

30 They were glad when it grew calm,

 

and he guided them to their desired haven.

 

31 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love

 

and his wonderful deeds for men.

 

32 Let them exalt him in the assembly of the people [7]

 

and praise him in the council of the elders.

 

 

 

33 He turned rivers into a desert,

 

flowing springs into thirsty ground,

 

34 and fruitful land into a salt waste,

 

because of the wickedness of those who lived there.

 

35 He turned the desert into pools of water

 

and the parched ground into flowing springs;

 

36 there he brought the hungry to live,

 

and they founded a city where they could settle.

 

37 They sowed fields and planted vineyards

 

that yielded a fruitful harvest;

 

38 he blessed them, and their numbers greatly increased,

 

and he did not let their herds diminish.

 

 

 

39 Then their numbers decreased, and they were humbled

 

by oppression, calamity and sorrow;

 

40 he who pours contempt on nobles

 

made them wander in a trackless waste.

 

41 But he lifted the needy out of their affliction

 

and increased their families like flocks.

 

42 The upright see and rejoice,

 

but all the wicked shut their mouths.

 

 

43 Whoever is wise, let him heed these things

 

and consider the great love of the LORD. [8]

 

 

 

PSALMS:   137

 

 

 

1 By the rivers of Babylon we sat and wept

 

when we remembered Zion.

 

2 There on the poplars

 

we hung our harps,

 

3 for there our captors asked us for songs,

 

our tormentors demanded songs of joy;

 

they said, “Sing us one of the songs of Zion!”

 

 

4 How can we sing the songs of the LORD

 

while in a foreign land?

 

5 If I forget you, O Jerusalem,

 

may my right hand forget its skill.

 

6 May my tongue cling to the roof of my mouth

 

if I do not remember you,

 

if I do not consider Jerusalem

 

my highest joy.

 

 

 

7 Remember, O LORD, what the Edomites did

 

on the day Jerusalem fell.

 

“Tear it down,” they cried,

 

“tear it down to its foundations!”

 

 

8 O Daughter of Babylon, doomed to destruction,

 

happy is he who repays you

 

for what you have done to us–

 

9 he who seizes your infants

 

and dashes them against the rocks. [9]

 

 

 

PROVERBS:  17

 

 

 

17 1 Better a dry crust with peace and quiet

 

than a house full of feasting, A with strife.

 

 

2 A wise servant will rule over a disgraceful son,

 

and will share the inheritance as one of the brothers.

 

 

3 The crucible for silver and the furnace for gold,

 

but the LORD tests the heart.

 

 

4 A wicked man listens to evil lips;

 

a liar pays attention to a malicious tongue.

 

 

5 He who mocks the poor shows contempt for their Maker;

 

whoever gloats over disaster will not go unpunished.

 

 

6 Children’s children are a crown to the aged,

 

and parents are the pride of their children.

 

 

7 Arrogant B lips are unsuited to a fool–

 

how much worse lying lips to a ruler!

 

 

8 A bribe is a charm to the one who gives it;

 

wherever he turns, he succeeds.

 

 

9 He who covers over an offense promotes love,

 

but whoever repeats the matter separates close friends.

 

 

10 A rebuke impresses a man of discernment

 

more than a hundred lashes a fool.

 

 

11 An evil man is bent only on rebellion;

 

a merciless official will be sent against him. [10]

 

12 Better to meet a bear robbed of her cubs

 

than a fool in his folly.

 

 

13 If a man pays back evil for good,

 

evil will never leave his house.

 

 

14 Starting a quarrel is like breaching a dam;

 

so drop the matter before a dispute breaks out.

 

 

15 Acquitting the guilty and condemning the innocent–

 

the LORD detests them both.

 

 

16 Of what use is money in the hand of a fool,

 

since he has no desire to get wisdom?

 

 

17 A friend loves at all times,

 

and a brother is born for adversity.

 

 

18 A man lacking in judgment strikes hands in pledge

 

and puts up security for his neighbor.

 

19 He who loves a quarrel loves sin;

 

he who builds a high gate invites destruction.

 

 

20 A man of perverse heart does not prosper;

 

he whose tongue is deceitful falls into trouble.

 

 

21 To have a fool for a son brings grief;

 

there is no joy for the father of a fool. [11]

 

22 A cheerful heart is good medicine,

 

but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.

 

 

23 A wicked man accepts a bribe in secret

 

to pervert the course of justice.

 

 

24 A discerning man keeps wisdom in view,

 

but a fool’s eyes wander to the ends of the earth.

 

 

25 A foolish son brings grief to his father

 

and bitterness to the one who bore him.

 

 

26 It is not good to punish an innocent man,

 

or to flog officials for their integrity.

 

 

27 A man of knowledge uses words with restraint,

 

and a man of understanding is even-tempered.

 

 

 

28 Even a fool is thought wise if he keeps silent,

 

and discerning if he holds his tongue. [12]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLD TESTAMENT:  1 KINGS 1:1 – 53

 

 

1 1 When King David was old and well advanced in years, he could not keep warm even when they put covers over him. 2 So his servants said to him, “Let us look for a young virgin to attend the king and take care of him. She can lie beside him so that our lord the king may keep warm.”

 

3 Then they searched throughout Israel for a beautiful girl and found Abishag, a Shunammite, and brought her to the king. 4 The girl was very beautiful; she took care of the king and waited on him, but the king had no intimate relations with her.

 

5 Now Adonijah, whose mother was Haggith, put himself forward and said, “I will be king.” So he got chariots and horses A ready, with fifty men to run ahead of him. 6 (His father had never interfered with him by asking, “Why do you behave as you do?” He was also very handsome and was born next after Absalom.)

 

7 Adonijah conferred with Joab son of Zeruiah and with Abiathar the priest, and they gave him their support. 8 But Zadok the priest, Benaiah son of Jehoiada, Nathan the prophet, Shimei and Rei B and David’s special guard did not join Adonijah.

 

9 Adonijah then sacrificed sheep, cattle and fattened calves at the Stone of Zoheleth near En Rogel. He invited all his brothers, the king’s sons, and all the men of Judah who were royal officials, 10 but he did not invite Nathan the prophet or Benaiah or the special guard or his brother Solomon.

 

11 Then Nathan asked Bathsheba, Solomon’s mother, “Have you not heard that Adonijah, the son of Haggith, has become king without our lord David’s knowing it? 12 Now then, let me advise you how you can save your own life and the life of your son Solomon. [13] 13 Go in to King David and say to him, `My lord the king, did you not swear to me your servant: “Surely Solomon your son shall be king after me, and he will sit on my throne”? Why then has Adonijah become king?’ 14 While you are still there talking to the king, I will come in and confirm what you have said.”

 

15 So Bathsheba went to see the aged king in his room, where Abishag the Shunammite was attending him.

 

16 Bathsheba bowed low and knelt before the king.

 

“What is it you want?” the king asked.

 

17 She said to him, “My lord, you yourself swore to me your servant by the LORD your God: `Solomon your son shall be king after me, and he will sit on my throne.’ 18 But now Adonijah has become king, and you, my lord the king, do not know about it. 19 He has sacrificed great numbers of cattle, fattened calves, and sheep, and has invited all the king’s sons, Abiathar the priest and Joab the commander of the army, but he has not invited Solomon your servant. 20 My lord the king, the eyes of all Israel are on you, to learn from you who will sit on the throne of my lord the king after him. 21 Otherwise, as soon as my lord the king is laid to rest with his fathers, I and my son Solomon will be treated as criminals.”

 

 

 

22 While she was still speaking with the king, Nathan the prophet arrived. 23 And they told the king, “Nathan the prophet is here.” So he went before the king and bowed with his face to the ground.

 

24 Nathan said, “Have you, my lord the king, declared that Adonijah shall be king after you, and that he will sit on your throne? 25 Today he has gone down and sacrificed great numbers of cattle, [14]fattened calves, and sheep. He has invited all the king’s sons, the commanders of the army and Abiathar the priest. Right now they are eating and drinking with him and saying, `Long live King Adonijah!’ 26 But me your servant, and Zadok the priest, and Benaiah son of Jehoiada, and your servant Solomon he did not invite. 27 Is this something my lord the king has done without letting his servants know who should sit on the throne of my lord the king after him?”

 

 

 

28 Then King David said, “Call in Bathsheba.” So she came into the king’s presence and stood before him.

 

29 The king then took an oath: “As surely as the LORD lives, who has delivered me out of every trouble, 30 I will surely carry out today what I swore to you by the LORD, the God of Israel: Solomon your son shall be king after me, and he will sit on my throne in my place.”

 

31 Then Bathsheba bowed low with her face to the ground and, kneeling before the king, said, “May my lord King David live forever!”

 

32 King David said, “Call in Zadok the priest, Nathan the prophet and Benaiah son of Jehoiada.” When they came before the king, 33 he said to them: “Take your lord’s servants with you and set Solomon my son on my own mule and take him down to Gihon. 34 There have Zadok the priest and Nathan the prophet anoint him king over Israel. Blow the trumpet and shout, `Long live King Solomon!’ 35 Then you are to go up with him, and he is to come and sit on my throne and reign in my place. I have appointed him ruler over Israel and Judah.” [15] 36 Benaiah son of Jehoiada answered the king, “Amen! May the LORD, the God of my lord the king, so declare it. 37 As the LORD was with my lord the king, so may he be with Solomon to make his throne even greater than the throne of my lord King David!”

 

38 So Zadok the priest, Nathan the prophet, Benaiah son of Jehoiada, the Kerethites and the Pelethites went down and put Solomon on King David’s mule and escorted him to Gihon. 39 Zadok the priest took the horn of oil from the sacred tent and anointed Solomon. Then they sounded the trumpet and all the people shouted, “Long live King Solomon!” 40 And all the people went up after him, playing flutes and rejoicing greatly, so that the ground shook with the sound.

 

41 Adonijah and all the guests who were with him heard it as they were finishing their feast. On hearing the sound of the trumpet, Joab asked, “What’s the meaning of all the noise in the city?”

 

 

 

42 Even as he was speaking, Jonathan son of Abiathar the priest arrived. Adonijah said, “Come in. A worthy man like you must be bringing good news.”

 

43 “Not at all!” Jonathan answered. “Our lord King David has made Solomon king.

 

44 The king has sent with him Zadok the priest, Nathan the prophet, Benaiah son of Jehoiada, the Kerethites and the Pelethites, and they have put him on the king’s mule, 45 and Zadok the priest and Nathan the prophet have anointed him king at Gihon. From there they have gone up cheering, and the city resounds with it. That’s the noise you hear. 46 Moreover, Solomon has taken his seat on the royal throne.

 

47 Also, the royal officials have come to [16] congratulate our lord King David, saying, `May your God make Solomon’s name more famous than yours and his throne greater than yours!’ And the king bowed in worship on his bed 48 and said, `Praise be to the LORD, the God of Israel, who has allowed my eyes to see a successor on my throne today.’ ”

 

49 At this, all Adonijah’s guests rose in alarm and dispersed. 50 But Adonijah, in fear of Solomon, went and took hold of the horns of the altar. 51 Then Solomon was told, “Adonijah is afraid of King Solomon and is clinging to the horns of the altar. He says, `Let King Solomon swear to me today that he will not put his servant to death with the sword.’ ”

 

52 Solomon replied, “If he shows himself to be a worthy man, not a hair of his head will fall to the ground; but if evil is found in him, he will die.” 53 Then King Solomon sent men, and they brought him down from the altar. And Adonijah came and bowed down to King Solomon, and Solomon said, “Go to your home.” [17]

 

 

 

NEW TESTAMENT:  ACTS 4:1 – 37

 

 

4 1 The priests and the captain of the temple guard and the Sadducees came up to Peter and John while they were speaking to the people. 2 They were greatly disturbed because the apostles were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead. 3 They seized Peter and John, and because it was evening, they put them in jail until the next day. 4 But many who heard the message believed, and the number of men grew to about five thousand.

 

5 The next day the rulers, elders and teachers of the law met in Jerusalem. 6 Annas the high priest was there, and so were Caiaphas, John, Alexander and the other men of the high priest’s family. 7 They had Peter and John brought before them and began to question them: “By what power or what name did you do this?”

 

8 Then Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them: “Rulers and elders of the people! 9 If we are being called to account today for an act of kindness shown to a cripple and are asked how he was healed, 10 then know this, you and all the people of Israel: It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed. 11 He is

 

 

 

“`the stone you builders rejected,

 

which has become the capstone. AB

 

12 Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved.”

 

13 When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they [18]

 

“`Why do the nations rage

 

and the peoples plot in vain?

 

26 The kings of the earth take their stand

 

and the rulers gather together

 

against the Lord

 

and against his Anointed One. CD

 

27 Indeed Herod and Pontius Pilate met together with the Gentiles and the people E of Israel in this city to conspire against your holy servant Jesus, whom you anointed.

 

28 They did what your power and will had decided beforehand should happen. 29 Now, Lord, consider their threats and enable your servants to speak your word with great boldness. 30 Stretch out your hand to heal and perform miraculous signs and wonders through the name of your holy servant Jesus.”

 

 

 

31 After they prayed, the place where they were meeting was shaken. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word of God boldly.

 

32 All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they shared everything they had. 33 With great power the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, and much grace was upon them all. 34 There were no needy persons among them. For from time to time those who owned lands or houses sold them, brought the money from the sales 35 and put it at the apostles’ feet, and it was [19]distributed to anyone as he had need.

 

 

 

36 Joseph, a Levite from Cyprus, whom the apostles called Barnabas (which means Son of Encouragement),

 

37 sold a field he owned and brought the money and put it at the apostles’ feet. [20]

 


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Posted February 7, 2012 by jeshorowitz123

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