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One-Year Daily Chronological Bible Studies

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May 19 begins the reign of King Solomon in our daily chronological Bible studies. We will read about his dynasty and some books he wrote—Proverbs, Song of Solomon, and Ecclesiastes. We will Learn what makes him a great king, gain some wisdom from the wisest man on earth, read a love story, and then learn from the folly of his mistakes later in life. Join us!

Right Words, Right Actions

smiling young man Day 148, May 28

What is right? In our relative, godless society, the answer to this question is blurred. The philosophy of the 21st century seems to be “what is right for you is right for you, and what is right for me is right for me.” Indeed, we have become almost like our own gods, determining for ourselves what is right and wrong.

Is there a standard for right and wrong? Who determines it? What words and actions are right? Read more.

Don't Be a Fool

gambling man Day 149, May 29

It has been said that “a fool and his money are soon parted” (a proverb originating with Dr. John Bridges in 1587). While a fool and his money are soon parted, a fool and his folly are not easily separated. Read more to get some help with this.

Bribery Versus Honesty

child bribing with an apple Day 150, May 30

A child leaves an apple on the teacher’s desk, hoping that she will get a better grade on her test. What is this? Bribery, of course! We might smile at this innocent little attempt to get a teacher to act favorably. But, we do not smile when highly intellectual students make money by taking tests in place of other college-bound students so that the latter may enter Ivy League schools. We do not like cheating or any perversions of justice. What does God say about it? Read more.

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Scripture Studies

Here you will see how Bible passages fit in chronological Bible history. Choose a Bible passage link, and it will take you to a corresponding chronological Bible study. Small group Bible studies are also now available. These are interactive Bible studies that can be used with groups or for individual discipleship.

Topical Bible Studies

Various Bible and current issues are shared from a Biblical perspective. Nearly 400 Bible studies are now available. Many people choose these for personal use and for small group Bible studies.

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