Today’s Old Testament chronological reading is in Exodus 15 and 16.
The Psalms/ Proverbs reading is in Psalm 54.
The New Testament reading is in Mark 10.
If I am able to post new notes from today’s reading, they will be here.
Hebrew root word parables.
The actions our Father takes on our behalf when we cry out to Him, from Psa 54:
TO SAVE. Strong’s H3467 ישע yasha, a primitive root meaning, to actively (yud) and sharply, diligently (shin) watch out (ayin) for danger.
TO VINDICATE. Strong’s H1777 דין diyn, a primitive root meaning, the door (dalet) where the hand was closed (yud) to the son (nun); i.e. to render judgment.
TO HEAR. Strong’s H8085 שמע shama, a primitive root meaning, to intently focus (shin + mem) so as to comprehend (ayin), and act on, what is being said.
TO HELP. Strong’s H5826 עזר azar, a primitive root meaning, to watch over (ayin) what is necessary (zayin) for the man (resh) so that it can be provided.
TO UPHOLD. Strong’s H5564 סמך samak, a primitive root meaning, a hedge of thorns (sin) placed against chaos (mem) so that one is upheld (kaph, in the sense of open palms raised up) rather than overwhelmed.
TO DELIVER. Strong’s H5337 נצל natsal, a primitive root meaning, to search for the next generation (nun + tsadey), in order to draw them out (lamed) of danger.
Links to previous studies.
Exodus 15:1-19, The song of Moses
Exodus 15:20-21, The dance of Miraim
Exodus 15:20-16:10, Strong theme
Exodus 15:22-26, Bitter made sweet
Exodus 15:22-16:3, Chiastic structure
Exodus 15:22-16:27, Chiastic structure
Exodus 15:22-17:7, Chiastic structure
Exodus 16:11-36, Strong theme
Exodus 16, Hebrew roots
Exodus 15 and 16, Strong themes
Psalm 54, Chiastic structure
Mark 10, Treasure in heaven
Mark 10, Hardness of heart