Click on the verse references below to read from New Living Translation; alternatively, you may choose to read from the Contemporary English Version (CEV) or the New King James Version (NKJV).
|Feb 20||Matthew 2; Exodus 22:1-23:33; Proverbs 10||CEV||NKJV|
|Feb 21||Matthew 3; Exodus 24; Proverbs 11||CEV||NKJV|
|Feb 22||Matthew 4; Exodus 25-27; Proverbs 12||CEV||NKJV|
|Feb 23||Matthew 5:1-20; Exodus 28:1-29:46; Proverbs 13||CEV||NKJV|
|Feb 24||Matthew 5:21-48; Exodus 30-32; Proverbs 14||CEV||NKJV|
|Feb 25||Matthew 6:1-18; Exodus 33:1-34:35; Proverbs 15||CEV||NKJV|
|Feb 26||Matthew 6:19-34; Exodus 35:1-36:38; Proverbs 16||CEV||NKJV|
For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.Romans 6.23
Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord,Proverbs 12.22
But those who deal faithfully are His delight.
Everything God does for you, through you, to you, and in you, he does because he is a good God. God’s goodness in your life isn’t based on how good you are. It’s based on God’s character, not yours. Everybody needs God’s goodness. Everybody wants God’s goodness. But we must understand and believe it to experience it. In his goodness, he blesses us with sustenance and balance, resilience and guidance, confidence and assurance, influence and abundance, benevolence, and inheritance. He makes it all available to his children because of his grace and his good character.