In the morning let us prepare for the new day with the words of the New Testament and in the evening let us reflect on how God moves in the lives of his people.

Morning Reading from the New Testament: John 8: 1-20

Jesus did not condemn a woman caught in adultery. The Pharisees questioned him. He said, “If God were your Father you would love me.”

Evening Reading from the Old Testament: 1 Chronicles 3-5

David had six sons at Hebron, four by Bathshua and nine others. Solomon’s line led to Jeconiah, and then to the sons of Elioenai.

Reaiah’s sons were the Zorathites; God blessed Jabez; Shelah’s sons worked for the king. Simeon’s line went to Gedor to seek pasture.

Reuben lost his birthright; his sons lived in Gilead. The sons of Gad and the sons of Manasseh lived in Bashan until the captivity.

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