In our morning readings this week we finish Matthew’s account of the life of Christ and move into Mark’s account.  As we move from one gospel to the next it is important to not view reading Mark as a repeat of reading Matthew, but instead to notice the different perspectives of the two writers.  While they recorded often the same events, the things that stood out to them the most were different.  Take time to compare their accounts and how the stories are the same, but the points of emphasis may differ.

Weekly Outline (New Testament in the Morning, Old Testament in the Evening)

Friday (Day 43): Matthew 26: 55-75; Leviticus 14

Saturday (Day 44): Matthew 27: 1-31; Leviticus 15-17

Sunday (Day 45): Matthew 27: 32-66; Leviticus 18-19

Monday (Day 46): Matthew 28; Leviticus 20-21

Tuesday (Day 47): Mark 1: 1-22; Leviticus 22-23

Wednesday (Day 48): Mark 1: 23-45; Leviticus 24-25

Thursday (Day 49): Mark 2; Leviticus 26-27

Weekly Goals:

New Testament: Matthew 26 – Mark 2

Old Testament: Leviticus 14-27

May the Lord bless you this week,

Elder Jeremiah

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