Monday, June 20, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 171 | The Prophets of the Exile | Jeremiah 10-13, Psalm 16

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 171 | The Prophets of the Exile

Jeremiah 10-13, Psalm 16

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. No one is like you, O Lord. You are great. Your name is powerful. Everyone fears you, O King of the Nations. This is what you deserve. No one is like you among all the wise people in the nations or in all their kingdoms.
    Jeremiah 10:6‭-‬7 GW

  2. But the Lord is the only God. He is the living God and eternal king. The earth trembles when he is angry. The nations can’t endure his fury.
    Jeremiah 10:10 GW

  3. The Lord made the earth by his power. He set up the world by his skill. He stretched out the world by his understanding. He speaks, and the water in the sky produces a storm. He makes clouds rise from the ends of the earth. He makes lightning flash with the rain. He brings wind out of his storehouses.
    Jeremiah 10:12‭-‬13 GW

  4. O Lord, I know that the way humans act is not under their control. Humans do not direct their steps as they walk.
    Jeremiah 10:23 GW

  5. Correct me, O Lord, but please be fair. Don’t correct me when you’re angry. Otherwise, you’ll reduce me to nothing.
    Jeremiah 10:24 GW

  6. O Lord of Armies, you judge fairly and test motives and thoughts. I want to see you take revenge on them, because I’ve brought my case to you.
    Jeremiah 11:20 GW

  7. You plant them, and they take root. They grow, and they produce fruit. They speak well of you with their lips, but their hearts are far from you.
    Jeremiah 12:2 GW

  8. How long will the land mourn? How long will the plants in every field remain dried up? The animals and the birds are dying, because people are wicked. They think that God doesn’t know what they are doing.
    Jeremiah 12:4 GW

  9. “If you have raced against others on foot, and they have tired you out, how can you compete with horses? If you stumble in open country, how can you live in the jungle along the Jordan River?
    Jeremiah 12:5 GW

  10. As a belt clings to a person’s waist, so I have made the entire nation of Israel and the entire nation of Judah cling to me,” declares the Lord. “I did this so that they would be my people and bring fame, praise, and honor to me. However, they wouldn’t listen.
    Jeremiah 13:11 GW

  11. Honor the Lord your God before it gets dark, before your feet stumble on the mountains in the twilight. You will look for light, but the Lord will turn it into the shadow of death and change it into deep darkness.
    Jeremiah 13:16 GW

  12. Protect me, O God, because I take refuge in you. I said to the Lord, “You are my Lord. Without you, I have nothing good.” Those who lead holy lives on earth are the noble ones who fill me with joy.
    Psalms 16:1‭-‬3 GW

  13. The Lord is my inheritance and my cup. You are the one who determines my destiny. Your boundary lines mark out pleasant places for me. Indeed, my inheritance is something beautiful.
    Psalms 16:5‭-‬6 GW

  14. You make the path of life known to me. Complete joy is in your presence. Pleasures are by your side forever.
    Psalms 16:11 GW