Journey readings:
January 27 – February 1, 2014

by Jim Tufford on January 24, 2014

“The Journey” is Living Springs’ commitment to read at least a chapter of the Bible every day. We all follow the same reading schedule so that we can encourage each other along the way. And our pastors post occasional blogs about the readings to instruct and inspire us.

Want to join the Journey? This week’s daily readings are listed below, along with some questions to guide your reading. Sign up for the Journey blog, and you’ll receive the weekly reading schedule in your email inbox!

 Deuteronomy 21

Who would be responsible for atonement of a man found slain in the country?  What would an Israelite have to do to a female captive in order for her to be his wife?  What was done to a son who continued to be rebellious?

 Deuteronomy 22

What are you to do with your brother’s animal or his possession that you may find?  What was a woman never to wear?  If a woman was found not to be a virgin, what was her punishment?  If a man was found lying with a woman who was married, what was the punishment for this sin?

 Deuteronomy 23

What types of people could not enter the assembly of the Lord?  What was an Israelite never to charge to a fellow countryman who had borrowed anything from him?

 Deuteronomy 24

Could a divorced woman remarry a former man from whom she was     divorced?  How long must a newlywed man stay at home before going to war?  What were the Israelites to do with sheaves left in the field at harvest time?

 Deuteronomy 25

What was the maximum number of blows a person could receive as punishment?  If a woman’s husband died, whose responsibility was it to take her as a wife?  How were the Israelites weights and measures to be done?

 Deuteronomy 26

What were the people to do with the produce of the ground that was already growing in the land they were going to possess?

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