Scripture for 8.5.2021

TORAH – On the heel of, because  

Dueteronomy 10


Ezekiel 40

Acts 1:1-11

Psalm of the Day 81
Psalm 114
Proverbs 25:28

If you are on the journey with us reading through the Bible, welcome to day 294

or if you are joining us now welcome and be prepared for a life changing experience.

(We have a 5 lesson introduction to the Bible on youtube) – 

There is a recap/coaching session every Tuesday night 6-7pm pst on facebook and after it will be put on Youtube.

Below are the links to the book information & other resources for your library for your lifetime of study.

The books, commentaries and film resources for the upcoming readings will be posted  here before we get there to be ahead and not behind. See the weekly class session posts for all the information. 

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Our links:

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The following are the texts and commentaries we are reading and studying through. We have provided the ISBN numbers for your convenience. Please visit and support your local Christian book.

Study Bible by John MacArthur

The Treasury of David by C. H. Spurgeon  0825437121

Proverbs by Charles Bridges 

Westminster Confession of Faith


The Book of Deuteronomy by Peter C. Craigle


The Prophecy of Ezekiel by Charles Feinberg


Daniel, The Key to Prophetic Revelation by John F. Walvoord


The Apocalypse of St. John by Henry Barclay Swete


Acts 1-13 John MacArthur

EGL Research Find Greek NT Links

December 7, 2020

Very rich find of digital resources and web directory on Greek New Testament while digging for information on Hebraisms. For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear. Enjoy! Thanks to for their hard work.

You might also find Don Potter’s site of interest as he reads John 3:16 in Greek.

αμαθεστατε και κακε, αφες τον παλαιον, μη μεταποιει
(Fool and knave, can’t you leave the old reading alone and not alter it!)

—The complaint of a scribe, written in the
margin of Codex Vaticanus at Heb. 1:3.