Bible readingAre you worried that a book called “Numbers” isn’t very interesting to read? That’s understandable. But in addition to census lists and counting of armies, there are fascinating stories in this book. Murmurings, rebellions, a talking donkey, a new regime—these are all part of the book of Numbers. All are included because they have something to teach us even today. Here are this week’s daily chapters:

 Numbers 25

S cripture (What verse caught your attention?)
O bservation (Why did it catch your attention?)
A pplication (What are you going to do?)
P rayer (What do you want to ask God?)

 Numbers 26

S cripture (What verse caught your attention?)
O bservation (Why did it catch your attention?)
A pplication (What are you going to do?)
P rayer (What do you want to ask God?)

 Numbers 27

S cripture (What verse caught your attention?)
O bservation (Why did it catch your attention?)
A pplication (What are you going to do?)
P rayer (What do you want to ask God?)

 Numbers 28

S cripture (What verse caught your attention?)
O bservation (Why did it catch your attention?)
A pplication (What are you going to do?)
P rayer (What do you want to ask God?)

 Numbers 29

S cripture (What verse caught your attention?)
O bservation (Why did it catch your attention?)
A pplication (What are you going to do?)
P rayer (What do you want to ask God?)

 Numbers 30

S cripture (What verse caught your attention?)
O bservation (Why did it catch your attention?)
A pplication (What are you going to do?)
P rayer (What do you want to ask God?)

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WORD:
Week of June 19, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church June 17, 2017
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Are you worried that a book called “Numbers” isn’t very interesting to read? That’s understandable. But in addition to census lists and counting of armies, there are fascinating stories in this book. Murmurings, rebellions, a talking donkey, a new regime—these are all part of the book of Numbers. All are included because they have something to teach […]

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WORD:
Week of June 12, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church June 10, 2017
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Are you worried that a book called “Numbers” isn’t very interesting to read? That’s understandable. But in addition to census lists and counting of armies, there are fascinating stories in this book. Murmurings, rebellions, a talking donkey, a new regime—these are all part of the book of Numbers. All are included because they have something to teach […]

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WORD:
Week of June 5, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church June 4, 2017
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Are you worried that a book called “Numbers” isn’t very interesting to read? That’s understandable. But in addition to census lists and counting of armies, there are fascinating stories in this book. Murmurings, rebellions, a talking donkey, a new regime—these are all part of the book of Numbers. All are included because they have something to teach […]

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WORD:
Week of May 29, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church May 28, 2017
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Are you worried that a book called “Numbers” won’t be very interesting to read? That’s understandable. But in addition to census lists and counting of armies, there are fascinating stories in this book. Murmurings, rebellions, a talking donkey, a new regime—these are all part of the book of Numbers. All are included because they have something […]

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WORD:
Week of May 22, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church May 21, 2017
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We’re finishing up Leviticus this week, which is a book about the laws and regulations God gave the Israelites. These might not seem relevant to God’s children today, but there are good reasons to include this information in His Word. And there are good reasons for us to read, observe, and apply it all. Here are this week’s daily chapters:  Leviticus 23 S […]

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WORD:
Week of May 15, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church May 14, 2017
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The book of Leviticus is about the laws and regulations God gave the Israelites. These might not seem relevant to God’s children today, but there are good reasons to include this information in His Word. And there are good reasons for us to read, observe, and apply it all. Here are this week’s daily chapters:  Leviticus 17 S cripture (What verse caught your […]

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WORD:
Week of May 8, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church May 7, 2017
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The book of Leviticus is about the laws and regulations God gave the Israelites. These might not seem relevant to God’s children today, but there are good reasons to include this information in His Word. And there are good reasons for us to read, observe, and apply it all. Here are this week’s daily chapters:  Leviticus 11 S cripture (What verse caught your […]

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WORD:
Week of May 1, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church April 29, 2017
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The book of Leviticus is about the laws and regulations God gave the Israelites. These might not seem relevant to God’s children today, but there are good reasons to include this information in His Word. And there are good reasons for us to read, observe, and apply it all. Here are this week’s daily chapters:  Leviticus 5 S cripture (What verse caught your attention?) […]

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WORD:
Week of April 24, 2017

by Living Springs Community Church April 23, 2017
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This week we finish the Apostle Mark’s account of Jesus’ life on earth, and we begin reading some Old Testament laws. Here are the daily chapters:  Mark 15 S cripture (What verse caught your attention?) O bservation (Why did it catch your attention?) A pplication (What are you going to do?) P rayer (What do you want to ask […]

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