Sunday, May 29, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 149 | The Wisdom of Israel | Job 35-37, Psalm 144

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 149 | The Wisdom of Israel

Job 35-37, Psalm 144

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. Your wickedness affects only someone like yourself. Your righteousness affects only the descendants of Adam.
    Job 35:8 GW

  2. But no one asks, ‘Where is God, my Creator, who inspires songs in the night, who teaches us more than he teaches the animals of the earth, who makes us wiser than the birds in the sky?’
    Job 35:10‭-‬11 GW

  3. “Surely, God doesn’t listen to idle complaints. The Almighty doesn’t even pay attention to them.
    Job 35:13 GW

  4. Certainly, my words are not lies. The one who knows everything is ⌞speaking⌟ with you.
    Job 36:4 GW

  5. “Certainly, God is mighty. He doesn’t despise anyone. He is mighty and brave.
    Job 36:5 GW

  6. “If righteous people listen and serve ⌞him⌟, they will live out their days in prosperity and their years in comfort.
    Job 36:11 GW

  7. “God does great things by his power. Is there any teacher like him?
    Job 36:22 GW

  8. “Certainly, God is so great that he is beyond our understanding. The number of his years cannot be counted.
    Job 36:26 GW

  9. God’s voice thunders in miraculous ways. It does great things that we cannot understand.
    Job 37:5 GW

  10. God’s breath produces ice, and the seas freeze over.
    Job 37:10 GW

  11. A golden light comes from the north. A terrifying majesty is around God. The Almighty, whom we can’t reach, is great in power and judgment, has more than enough righteousness, and does not oppress. That is why people should fear him. He does not respect those who think they’re wise.”
    Job 37:22‭-‬24 GW

  12. Thank the Lord, my rock, who trained my hands to fight and my fingers to do battle, my merciful one, my fortress, my stronghold, and my savior, my shield, the one in whom I take refuge, and the one who brings people under my authority.
    Psalms 144:1‭-‬2 GW

  13. O Lord, what are humans that you should care about them? What are mere mortals that you should think about them? Humans are like a breath of air. Their life span is like a fleeting shadow.
    Psalms 144:3‭-‬4 GW

  14. O God, I will sing a new song to you. I will sing a psalm to you on a ten-stringed harp. You are the one who gives victory to kings. You are the one who snatches your servant David away from a deadly sword.
    Psalms 144:9‭-‬10 GW

  15. May our sons be like full-grown, young plants. May our daughters be like stately columns that adorn the corners of a palace.
    Psalms 144:12 GW

  16. May our barns be filled with all kinds of crops. May our sheep give birth to thousands of lambs, tens of thousands in our fields. May our cattle have many calves. May no one break in, and may no one be dragged out. May there be no cries of distress in our streets. Blessed are the people who have these blessings! Blessed are the people whose God is the Lord!
    Psalms 144:13‭-‬15 GW