You Got Your Days Wrong

Let us Celebrate the Holy!


Dear Christmas

Think about this eighteenth day of December, the day when the cornerstone of the Lord’s Temple was laid. Think carefully. I am giving you a promise now while the seed is still in the barn. You have not yet harvested your grain, and your grapevines, fig trees, pomegranates, and olive trees have not yet produced their crops. But from this day onward I will bless you. (Haggai 2:18-19)

Read: Haggai 1:1-2:23, Revelation 11:1-19, Psalm 139:1-24, Proverbs 30:15-16

Relate: I think the people who decide the scheduling over at The One Year Bible need to make a few minor adjustments. I really like being able to read through scripture in the format and fashion they have set it up and each day’s reading seems to be pretty balanced for length. It is just that today’s Old Testament reading should have happened two days ago. They got their days wrong.

Speaking of getting their days wrong, I…

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2 thoughts on “You Got Your Days Wrong

  1. I like it when this happens, O and about this time of the year my Muslim friends usually pop in with Saturnalia etc etc, though this year hasn’t been as silly.

    I preached a Sermon on the 1st Sunday of Advent about the destruction of the Temple by Nebuchadnezzar and ( The Babylonian Chronicles say that Nebuchadnezzar conquered Jerusalem on March 16th, 597BC) so I had a date which gives it historical relevance


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