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Day 132 - Read Revelation 18-20

April 14, 2024 • Revelation 18—20

The sins of Babylon were great, and its punishment was great. The kings and lovers of Babylon mourned its ruin. God avenged the blood of His servants. It was time for the Lord to be joined with His bride. He arrived on a white horse wearing a robe that bore the words, “King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.” The armies of the earth assembled to make war against Him. The beast and the false prophet who led men to receive the mark of the beast were thrown into the lake of fire. Satan was bound. Those who died in Christ and those who did not worship the beast reigned with Christ for a thousand years. Satan was cast into the lake of fire. God judged the dead and threw all whose names were not in the book of life in the lake of fire (second death).

Day 26 - Read Genesis 44-45

May 19, 2024 • Genesis 44—45

Joseph tested his brothers by setting them up to defend Benjamin. The brothers returned to Joseph and bowed before him. They asked Joseph to allow Benjamin to return to his father and take them as servants in his place. They feared their father Jacob would die if Benjamin did not return to him. Joseph sent everyone away except his brothers, and he told them who he was. Joseph told his brothers not to be upset at themselves because it was God’s will that he be taken to Egypt to preserve their lives. Joseph celebrated with his brothers, then sent them to get their father. Pharaoh promised them all they needed in the land of Egypt, and they were given the necessary supplies to travel to Canaan to get their father and return to Egypt.

Day 25 - Read Genesis 42-43

May 18, 2024 • Genesis 42—43

Jacob sent his ten oldest sons to Egypt to buy grain. When they arrived, they bowed before Joseph, but did not recognize him. They asked to buy grain. Joseph required one brother to stay and the others to return with Benjamin. Benjamin was Joseph’s only full brother (sons of Jacob and Rachel). Joseph gave them grain, but had the money placed back in their bags to test them. When they returned home, their father feared sending them back with Benjamin, but he eventually agreed. When they returned to Egypt, Joseph sent them to his home where he had a meal prepared. They explained they found the money in their bags. Joseph comforted them and provided them with the meal. Benjamin received five times the food as his brothers.

Day 24 - Read Genesis 40-41

May 17, 2024 • Genesis 40—41

Pharaoh became angry with his cupbearer and chief baker and had them imprisoned. They had dreams that only Joseph was able to interpret. The cup bearer was to be restored to his position, and the baker would be hanged. Joseph asked the cupbearer to remember him when he was restored, but he did not remember him. Two years later, Pharaoh had two dreams that no one could interpret. The cupbearer remembered Joseph, then Joseph interpreted the dream for Pharaoh. God warned Pharaoh of seven years of abundance followed by seven years of famine. Pharaoh put Joseph in charge, and he successfully prepared Egypt for the famine.