Hope Lutheran Church | Daily Reading for week of Feb 10 – 16 Feb
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Daily Reading for week of Feb 10 – 16 Feb

10 Feb Daily Reading for week of Feb 10 – 16 Feb

February 16—Job 12:1-6, 12-25; John 5:30-47
Pastor
Job–With Him are wisdom and power; counsel and understanding are His.
John–These works I do testify about Me that the Father sent Me.
Carl
Job - He reveals the deep things of darkness and brings utter darkness into the light.
John - You study the Scriptures diligently because you think that in them you have eternal life.
Sharon
Job – I called upon God and he answered
John – By myself I can do nothing.

February 15—Job 11:1-20; John 5:19-29
Pastor
Job – Know that God lets some of your sin be forgotten.
John – As the Father raises the dead and gives life, so too does the Son give life to whomever He wishes.
Carl
Job – “Can you fathom the mysteries of God? Can you probe the limits of the Almighty?
John – when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God and those who hear will live.
Sharon
Job – Can we know the mysteries of God or understand His mighty works?
John – Jesus did great miracles, but we will see even greater things than these.The greatest of these, while we live on earth, is that he raised from the dead to be our Redeemer.

February 14—Job 10:1-22; John 5:1-18
Pastor
Job – Remember that You made me from clay, and You will return me to dust.
John – Immediately the man was well, and he picked up his mat and walked.
Carl
Job – Your hands fashioned and made me
John – “Do you want to be healed?”
Sharon
Job – You gave me life and showed me kindness, and in your providence watched over my spirit.
John – The God who made us, sustains us – every day.

February 13—Job 9:1-35; John 4:46-54
Pastor
Job–God is wise and powerful; who can resist Him and prosper?
John–The man believed the word that Jesus spoke to him and set out for his home
Carl
Job – But how can a man be in the right before God?
John – “Unless you see signs and wonders you will not believe.”
Sharon
Job – …how can a mortal be righteous before God?
John – Jesus is compassionate and cares about our needs.

February 12—Job 8:1-22; John 4:27-45
Pastor
Job–He will still fill your mouth with joy, your lips with a victorious shout.
John–I am fed by doing the will of the one who sent Me.
Carl
Job – our days on earth are but a shadow.
John – “My food,” said Jesus, “is to do the will of him who sent me and to finish his work”.
Sharon
Job – But if you will look to God and plead with the Almighty, if you are pure and upright, even now he will rouse himself on your behalf and restore you…
John – “My food said Jesus, “is to do the will of him who sent me and to finish his work.

February 11—Job 7:1-21; John 4:7-26
Pastor
Job-If I lie down and think–When will I get up?–night drags on, and restless thoughts fill me until dawn.
John–Jesus was tired from his journey, so he sat down at the well.
Carl
Job – “Remember that my life is a breath;
John – God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.
Sharon
Job – When we are in misery due to our situation or choices we have made, it is hard to look beyond it – to see any good thing – any meaning for it.
John – The woman said, ” I know that Messiah (called Christ) is coming. When he comes he will explain everything to us.” Then Jesus declared, “I who speak to you am he.”

February 10—Job 6:14-30; John 3:22—4:6
Pastor
Job–How painful are truthful words, but what do your condemnations accomplish?
John–He must increase and I must decrease.
Carl
Job : Then I would still have this consolation— my joy in unrelenting pain— that I had not denied the words of the Holy One.
John – Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life
Sharon
Job – show me where I have been wrong
John – Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on him.