Today’s Old Testament chronological reading is in Genesis 27 and 28.
The Psalms/ Proverbs reading is in Psalm 35.
The New Testament reading is in Matthew 25.
If I am able to post new notes from today’s reading, they will be here.
Hebrew root word parables.
Take hold of shield and buckler, and stand up for my help. Psa 35:2
TO TAKE HOLD. Strong’s H2388 חזק chazaq;
SHIELD. Strong’s H4043 מגן magen;
BUCKLER. Strong’s H6792 צנה tsinnah, an abstract concept meaning, “protection;” from Strong’s H6791 צן tsen, a concrete object meaning, “barb, thorn;” from an unused primitive root meaning, “to be prickly.”
TO STAND UP. Strong’s H6965 קום quwm;
HELP. Strong’s H5833 עזרה ezrah, an abstract concept meaning, “help, aid, succor;” from Strong’s H5828 עזר ezer, a concrete object meaning, “helper;” from Strong’s H5826 עזר azar, a primitive root meaning, “to help.”
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Links to previous studies.
Gen 27:1-29, Chiastic structure
Gen 27:30-28:9, Chiastic structure
Gen 28:13-22, Chiastic structure
Gen 27 and 28, The power of the father’s blessing
Psalm 35, Chiastic structure
Matthew 25, The true riches
Matthew 25, Three parables of His coming
The Day of Atonement and the Parable of the Ten Virgins