A Righteous and Honorable Pain

O'Neil, Henry Nelson, 1817-1880; The Trial of Queen Catherine of Aragon
The Trial of Queen Catherine of Aragon, Henry Nelson O’Neil, Birmingham Museums Trust, Birmingham, UK.  

The righteous heroes of the Bible seem to be at least as flawed as all of us ordinary people. So why are they considered righteous?

Genesis 28:10-32:2; Hosea 12:12-14:9; Matthew 5:1-12, 19:8-9

Click here to listen to the podcast: A Righteous and Honorable Pain

Click here to download the transcript: A Righteous and Honorable Pain.pdf

Music: “Greensleeves,” The King’s Singers, Greensleeves – Music from the Court of King Henry VIII, Chester Records 2009.

Weekly Bible Reading for November 7-13: Vayetze (And He Went Out)

This coming week, November 7-13 (3-9 Kislev 5782), the Bible reading plan covers the portion Vayetze (And He Went Out).

07 Nov Genesis 28:10-22 1 Samuel 2:12-3:21 Matthew 21:1-22 Psalm 22:1-11
08 Nov Genesis 29:1-17 1 Samuel 4:1-6:21 Matthew 21:23-46 Psalm 22:12-21
09 Nov Genesis 29:18-30:13 1 Samuel 7:1-8:22 Matthew 22:1-22 Psalm 22:22-31
10 Nov Genesis 30:14-27 1 Samuel 9:1-10:8 Matthew 22:23-46 Psalm 23:1-6
11 Nov Genesis 30:28-31:16 1 Samuel 10:9-11:15 Matthew 23:1-22 Psalm 24:1-10
12 Nov Genesis 31:17-42 1 Samuel 12:1-13:14 Matthew 23:23-39 Psalm 25:1-11
13 Nov Genesis 31:43-32:2 Hosea 12:12-14:9 Matthew 24:1-14 Psalm 25:12-22

The complete annual Bible reading plan for 2021-22 (Hebrew year 5782) is available at this link:

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