Wednesday, May 25, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 145 | The Wisdom of Israel | Job 20-23, Psalm 140

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 145 | The Wisdom of Israel

Job 20-23, Psalm 140

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  1. I have heard criticism that makes me ashamed, but a spirit beyond my understanding gives me answers.
    Job 20:3 GW

  2. “Don’t you know that from ancient times, from the time humans were placed on earth, the triumph of the wicked is short-lived, and the joy of the godless person lasts only a moment? If his height reaches to the sky and his head touches the clouds, he will certainly rot like his own feces. Those who have seen him will say, ‘Where is he?’ He will fly away like a dream and not be found. He will be chased away like a vision in the night. Eyes that saw him will see him no more. His home will not look at him again. His children will have to ask the poor for help. His own hands will have to give back his wealth. His bones, once full of youthful vigor, will lie down with him in the dust.
    Job 20:4‭-‬11 GW

  3. “Can anyone teach God knowledge? Can anyone judge the Most High?
    Job 21:22 GW

  4. A strong person owns the land. A privileged person lives in it.
    Job 22:8 GW

  5. “Be in harmony and at peace with God. In this way you will have prosperity. Accept instruction from his mouth, and keep his words in your heart. If you return to the Almighty, you will prosper. If you put wrongdoing out of your tent, and lay your gold down in the dust, and put your gold from Ophir among the pebbles in the rivers, then the Almighty will become your gold and your large supply of silver. Then you will be happy with the Almighty and look up toward God. You will pray to him, and he will listen to you, and you will keep your vow to him. When you promise to do something, you will succeed, and light will shine on your path. When others are discouraged, you will say, ‘Cheer up!’ Then he will save the humble person.
    Job 22:21‭-‬29 GW

  6. However, if I go east, he isn’t there. If I go west, I can’t find him. If I go northward, where he is at work, I can’t observe him. If I turn southward, I can’t see him. ⌞I can’t find him⌟ because he knows the road I take. When he tests me, I’ll come out as pure as gold. I have followed his footsteps closely. I have stayed on his path and did not turn from it. I have not left his commands behind. I have treasured his words in my heart.
    Job 23:8‭-‬12 GW

  7. O Lord, do not give wicked people what they want. Do not let their evil plans succeed, ⌞or⌟ they will become arrogant. Selah
    Psalms 140:8 GW

  8. Indeed, righteous people will give thanks to your name. Decent people will live in your presence.
    Psalms 140:13 GW