Sunday, February 6, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 037 | The Covenant At Mount Sinai | Leviticus 21 – 23, Psalm 37

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 037 | The Covenant At Mount Sinai

Leviticus 21 – 23, Psalm 37

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. “Be God’s holy men, and don’t dishonor the name of your God. Be holy because you bring sacrifices by fire to the Lord. It is the food of your God.
    Leviticus 21:6 GW

  2. You should never marry prostitutes, those who have lost their virginity, or divorced women because a priest is God’s holy man.
    Leviticus 21:7 GW

  3. Be holy because you offer the food of your God. Be holy because I, the Lord, am holy. I set you apart as holy.
    Leviticus 21:8 GW

  4. “The anointed priest must marry a virgin. He must never marry a widow, a divorced woman, a woman who has lost her virginity, or a prostitute. He may only marry a virgin from his own people. He must not dishonor his children among his people because I, the Lord, set him apart as holy.”
    Leviticus 21:13‭-‬15 GW

  5. Priests must not dishonor the holy offerings that the Israelites contribute to the Lord.
    Leviticus 22:15 GW

  6. I brought you out of Egypt to be your God. I am the Lord.”
    Leviticus 22:33 GW

  7. “Tell the Israelites: On the first day of the seventh month hold a worship festival. It will be a memorial day, a holy assembly announced by the blowing of rams’ horns.
    Leviticus 23:24 GW

  8. It is a day of rest, a day when you don’t work. Humble yourselves starting on the evening of the ninth day of the month. From that evening to the next, observe the day of rest as a holy day.”
    Leviticus 23:32 GW

  9. It is the Lord’s festival. Celebrate it for seven days each year. This is a permanent law for generations to come. Celebrate this festival in the seventh month.
    Leviticus 23:41 GW

  10. Trust the Lord, and do good things. Live in the land, and practice being faithful. Be happy with the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Entrust your ways to the Lord. Trust him, and he will act ⌞on your behalf⌟. He will make your righteousness shine like a light, your just cause like the noonday sun.
    Psalms 37:3‭-‬6 GW

  11. The wicked person plots against a righteous one and grits his teeth at him. The Lord laughs at him because he has seen that his time is coming.
    Psalms 37:12‭-‬13 GW

  12. The Lord knows the daily ⌞struggles⌟ of innocent people. Their inheritance will last forever. They will not be put to shame in trying times. Even in times of famine they will be satisfied.
    Psalms 37:18‭-‬19 GW

  13. A wicked person borrows, but he does not repay. A righteous person is generous and giving.
    Psalms 37:21 GW

  14. A person’s steps are directed by the Lord, and the Lord delights in his way. When he falls, he will not be thrown down headfirst because the Lord holds on to his hand.
    Psalms 37:23‭-‬24 GW

  15. I have been young, and now I am old, but I have never seen a righteous person abandoned or his descendants begging for food. He is always generous and lends freely. His descendants are a blessing.
    Psalms 37:25‭-‬26 GW

  16. Avoid evil, do good, and live forever.
    Psalms 37:27 GW

  17. The mouth of the righteous person reflects on wisdom. His tongue speaks what is fair. The teachings of his God are in his heart. His feet do not slip.
    Psalms 37:30‭-‬31 GW

  18. Wait with hope for the Lord, and follow his path, and he will honor you by giving you the land. When wicked people are cut off, you will see it.
    Psalms 37:34 GW

  19. Notice the innocent person, and look at the decent person, because the peacemaker has a future.
    Psalms 37:37 GW