Daily Lectionary: 12/4/2021

Isaiah 10:12-34 2 Peter 1:1-21 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary context.  Thereby it … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 12/4/2021

Daily Lectionary: 12/3/2021

Isaiah 9:8–10:11 1 Peter 5:1-14 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary context.  Thereby it … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 12/3/2021

Daily Lectionary: 12/2/2021

Isaiah 8:9–9:7 1 Peter 4:1-19 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary context.  Thereby it … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 12/2/2021

Daily Lectionary: 12/1/2021

Isaiah 7:10–8:8 1 Peter 3:1-22 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary context.  Thereby it … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 12/1/2021

Daily Lectionary: 11/30/2021

Isaiah 6:1–7:9 1 Peter 2:13-25 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary context.  Thereby it … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 11/30/2021

Daily Lectionary: 11/29/2021

Isaiah 5:1-25 Bonus: Amos 1:1–9:15 1 Peter 2:1-12 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 11/29/2021

Daily Lectionary: 11/28/2021

Isaiah 2:1-22 Bonus: Isaiah 3:1–4:6 1 Peter 1:13-25 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 11/28/2021

Daily Lectionary: 11/27/2021

Isaiah 1:1-28 1 Peter 1:1-12 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in its own literary context.  Thereby it … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 11/27/2021

Daily Lectionary: 1/6/2021

Click on the scripture references to start reading! Isaiah 66:1-20 Luke 3:21-38 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 1/6/2021

Daily Lectionary: 1/5/2021

Click on the scripture references to start reading! Isaiah 65:8-25 Luke 3:1-20 The selections from Holy Scripture from one day to the next follow a semi-continuous course through entire books of the Bible.  This is consistent with the ancient Christian precedent and practice of lectio continua (“continuous reading”).  This approach allows Scripture to interpret itself in … Continue reading Daily Lectionary: 1/5/2021