The significant reading I want to go into this month are the two letters we have from the Apostle Paul to the Christians in Corinth – which was, at the time of Paul’s writing, a major trade city of the Roman empire, located in Greece. 
 
These Corinthian folks are just every-day folks who had lived totally heathen lives, and then responded to the message of Jesus and turned their lives to Jesus as Lord.  Paul deals with a myriad of issues, most of which deals with practical and moral living.  I’m gonna wander along and listen to Paul as he gives his usual strong, direct teachings on how to follow Jesus.
 
The last two days of the month we’ll look at two of the little one-chapter letters of our New Testament – Philemon is a short and specific letter written by Paul; Jude, who says he’s the brother of James, is believed by some to be one of the brothers of Jesus, but is simply a bit too intimidated to come right out and say he’s the brother of our Lord but alludes to it as he says he’s the brother of James, who is more universally accepted as the brother of Jesus.  
 
So here we go.  Thanks for joining me on yet another of my devotional reading excursions . . .
 
Shalom, 

D.P.
 

Devotional Reading Calendar – March 2019

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
31
Jude
 
        1
1 Cor. 1
 
2
1 Cor. 2
 
3
1 Cor. 3
 
4
1 Cor. 4
 
5
1 Cor. 5
 
6
1 Cor. 6
 
7
1 Cor. 7
 
8
1 Cor. 8
 
9
1 Cor. 9
 
10
1 Cor. 10
 
11
1 Cor. 11
 
12
1 Cor. 12
 
13
1 Cor. 13
 
14
1 Cor. 14
 
15
1 Cor. 15
 
16
1 Cor. 16
 
17
2 Cor. 1
 
18
2 Cor. 2
 
19
2 Cor. 3
 
20
2 Cor. 4
 
21
2 Cor. 5
 
22
2 Cor. 6
 
23
2 Cor. 7
 
24
2 Cor.8
 
25
2 Cor. 9
 
26
2 Cor. 10
 
27
2 Cor. 11
 
28
2 Cor. 12
 
29
1 Cor. 13
 
30
Philemon