Bible Study

BGMCTV
1 Views · 3 days ago

The City Gate Messianic Bible Study<br />
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The Hebrew alphabet is made up of 22 letters, which are used to compose the Word of God. The word of God is called a lamp (Psalms 119:105, Proverbs 6:22), thus it is the light by which we are to live. The word light is found 264 times in Scripture. When 264 is divided by 12 (divine authority) we have twenty-two, which represents light. TAV (MARK or SIGN): The copies of All cosmic existence. They carry the likeness of their Father. <br />
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The Psalm is arranged in an acrostic pattern. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet, and this Psalm contains 22 units of 8 verses each. Each of the 22 sections is given to a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and each line in that section begins with that letter. The closest parallel to this pattern in Scripture is found in Lamentations 3, which is also divided into 22 sections, and there are a few other passages in the Hebrew Scriptures which use an acrostic pattern.<br />
Since this is a Psalm glorifying God and His Word, it refers to Scripture over and over again. The psalm is remarkable for how often it refers to God’s written revelation, His word. It is referred to in almost every verse. <br />
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BGMCTV
1 Views · 3 days ago

THE BLOOD OF YESHUA IN THE CODES<br />
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BGMCTV
1 Views · 6 days ago

LEADERSHIP TRAINING<br />
MORALS<br />
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Definition of leader (n) lead·er<br />
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1) somebody whom people follow: somebody who guides or directs others<br />
2)somebody or something in lead: somebody or something in front of all others, e.g. in a race or procession<br />
3) somebody in charge of others: the head of a nation, political party, legislative body, or military unit<br />
To the world Leadership means different <br />
things to different people. And understanding<br />
what makes someone a leader can depend on their profession and their leadership style. That’s why defining such a simple phrase can be such a complicated task. <br />
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At the most basic level, a leader is someone who leads other. But what makes someone a leader? What is it about being a leader that some people understand and use to their advantage? What can you do to be a leader? A leader is a person who has a vision, a drive and a commitment to achieve that vision, and the skills to make it happen. <br />
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There are two types of moral principles: absolute and relative. 1 Moral absolutism is an ethical view that certain actions are intrinsically right or wrong. <br />
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Moral relativism believes there are no absolute rules to what is right or wrong, and that moral principles can change depending on the situation. <br />
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BGMCTV
1 Views · 5 days ago

IS THE STAR OF DAVID, DAVID'S STAR?

BGMCTV
1 Views · 9 days ago

THE NAME OF YEHOVAH IN THE ALEPH AND THE NUMBER 26<br />
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BGMCTV
1 Views · 9 days ago

The City Gate Messianic Bible Study<br />
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The Psalm is arranged in an acrostic pattern. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet, and this Psalm contains 22 units of 8 verses each. Each of the 22 sections is given to a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and each line in that section begins with that letter. The closest parallel to this pattern in Scripture is found in Lamentations 3, which is also divided into 22 sections, and there are a few other passages in the Hebrew Scriptures which use an acrostic pattern.<br />
Since this is a Psalm glorifying God and His Word, it refers to Scripture over and over again. The psalm is remarkable for how often it refers to God’s written revelation, His word. It is referred to in almost every verse. <br />
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Thomas
2 Views · 15 days ago

The Lord has a two fold mission statment for all of us that starts with salvation and follows through with strengthening. He said this in Luke before He was almost thrown off the cliff and through Isaiah somewhere around Chapters 60-63. The verses are 1-3. This video focuses on the strengthening part of His mission. Gleaning The Scriptures as a whole is focused on strengthening those who are already saved through educating them: "My people perish for lack of knowledge" is the warning being heeded by GTS that was spoken through Hosea.

Justin Breithaupt
1 Views · 1 month ago

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Also https://www.BibleCourts.com
Proverbs 28:9 English Standard Version "If one turns away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer is an abomination."

Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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Heart of a Torah Woman
1 Views · 1 month ago

Daily Psalms and Proverbs reading plan, which is listed below.. This is one way to regularly fill mind with His word. Especially when life gets busy. This reading plan covers 30 days. It is generally realistic to fit in and if you miss a day or more, don't worry, just pick up where you left off. The great thing about this one is you can just start it over when complete it and in a years time, you can potentially read both books a dozen times! How awesome is that?! Getting into our study time is important and this is one way to keep to help us in our studies and in turn, hopefully helping us with building better character. The kids can watch/listen along too!

Day 1- Psalm 1-9, Prov 1-2
Day 2- Psalm 10-17, Prov 3
Day 3- Psalm 18-22, Prov 4
Day 4- Psalm 23-28, Prov 5
Day 5- Psalm 29-34, Prov 6
Day 6- Psalm 35-38, Prov 7
Day 7- Psalm 39-43, Prov 8
Day 8- Psalm 44-48, Prov 9
Day 9- Psalm 49-54, Prov 10
Day 10- Psalm 55-59, Prov 11
Day 11- Psalm 60-65, Prov 12
Day 12- Psalm 66-68, Prov 13
Day 13- Psalm 69-71, Prov 14
Day 14- Psalm 72-76, Prov 15
Day 15- Psalm 77-78, Prov 16
Day 16- Psalm 79-82, Prov 17
Day 17- Psalm 83-87, Prov 18
Day 18- Psalm 88-89, Prov 19
Day 19- Psalm 90-96, Prov 20
Day 20- Psalm 97-103, Prov 21
Day 21- Psalm 104-105, Prov 22
Day 22- Psalm 106-107, Prov 23
Day 23- Psalm 108-112, Prov 24
Day 24- Psalm113-118, Prov 25
Day 25- Psalm 119:1-96, Prov 26
Day 26-Psalm 119:97-176, Prov 27
Day 27- Psalm 120-134, Prov 28
Day 28- Psalm 135-139, Prov 29
Day 29- Psalm 140-144, Prov 30
Day 30- Psalm 145-150, Prov 31

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