Bible Focus: Genesis to Gideon
At the beginning of 2022, I started a blog series called The Truly Good Book. In the series, I’m working through about 100 Bible passages in a roughly chronological pattern, starting in Genesis and ending with Revelation. Along the way, I’m pointing out the pattern of the good news that shows up repeatedly in Scripture and which applies to every aspect of our life.
I’m 21 posts into this journey, enough for a three-week daily devotional. If you’ve missed any, or you’re new to the blog and want to catch up, here’s a convenient spot to find them all:
- Day 1: A Perfect Beginning (Genesis 1-2)
- Day 2: The Common Doubt (Genesis 3)
- Day 3: Crouching at Our Door (Genesis 4)
- Day 4: Wrath, Faith, and Rescue (Genesis 6-9)
- Day 5: Hurt by God (Job)
- Day 6: Father of the Called (Genesis 12-23)
- Day 7: Like Father, Like Son (Genesis 24-26)
- Day 8: Pursued Like His Fathers (Genesis 25-35)
- Day 9: Lord of Our Dreams (Genesis 37, 39-41)
- Day 10: Trust, Trials, and Time (Genesis 42-50)
- Day 11: The Bush and the Bible (Exodus 1-4)
- Day 12: The Safe Place (Exodus 5-15)
- Day 13: Settling Our Accounts (Exodus 19-20, 32-33)
- Day 14: The Defining Moment (Numbers 13-14)
- Day 15: We’ve All Been Bitten (Numbers 21:4-9)
- Day 16: Rules Meant to Bless (Deuteronomy 4-11)
- Day 17: Our Days are Numbered (Psalm 90)
- Day 18: Crossing the Jordan (Joshua 1-6)
- Day 19: Repent While You Still Can (Joshua 7)
- Day 20: An Oddly Familiar Pattern (Judges 1-2)
- Day 21: Stumbling After Victory (Judges 6-8)
Next week I hope to have an update on my book, and then after that I’ll continue with The Truly Good Book series. Thanks for reading! Subscribe via email below, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or WordPress.
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