The Page for “Daily Davar” our Bible-In-A-Year Scripture Reading Schedule

It is our privilege to produce the Ruach Israel Daily Davar Scripture reading program. We have heard from some of you that you have been helped by the plan because it focuses your attention on the broad sweep of Jewish/biblical history. You have found points at which the Ruach (Spirit) of God has helped you see how specific passages can even be applied in your life. These insights have inspired you, comforted you and fueled your desire to walk with the God of Israel and his Messiah Yeshua.

We say, “Wonderful! That’s the idea!”

This week we continue focusing on the Psalms. I would like to call your attention to one of the most poignant and profound of these songs. (Psalms were and are intended to be sung in corporate worship).

The Psalm I have in mind is Ps. 73. In part it reads:

Surely God is good to Israel,
to those who are pure in heart.
But as for me, my feet had almost slipped;
I had nearly lost my foothold.
For I envied the arrogant
when I saw the prosperity of the wicked.

This song and others you’ll be reading this week is attributed to Asaph, a musician in the court of King David whose “gig” it was to write music in praise of the God of Israel.

Asaph was no mere musical technician. He was a profound and courageous fellow who asked a big question: “If God is so concerned that people do the right thing, why does he seem so unconcerned that it is often the bad guys who seem to have a nice life, while good people often suffer terribly.

As you read Asaph’s song, you’ll probably say to yourself, “I’ve had the same question.” Find out an important element of the answer to this age-old conundrum as you enjoy this week’s Daily Davar!

Warmly,

Rabbi Rich

 

 

Upcoming Readings:

 

Date             .
1st Reading              .
2nd Reading            .
3rd Reading
Day

 

06-21-2019 Numbers 8:1 – 12:16 Zechariah 2:14 – 4:7 John 13:1–20 Friday
06-22-2019 Saturday
06-23-2019 Psalms 31-34 Romans 7 Sunday
06-24-2019 Psalms 35-38 Romans 8 Monday
06-25-2019 Psalms 39-41 Romans 9 Tuesday
06-26-2019 Psalms 42-45 Romans 10 Wednesday
06-27-2019 Psalms 46-49 Romans 11 Thursday
06-28-2019 Shelach Num 13:1 – 15:41 Joshua 2:1 – 2:24 John 14:1–24 Friday
06-29-2019 Saturday
06-30-2019 Psalms 50-53 Romans 12 Sunday
07-01-2019 Psalms 54-57 Romans 13 Monday
07-02-2019 Psalms 58-60 Romans 14 Tuesday
07-03-2019 Psalms 61-64 Romans 15 Wednesday
07-04-2019 Psalms 65-67 Romans 16 Thursday
07-05-2019 Korach Num 16:1-18:32 1 Samuel 11:14-12:22 John 15:1-17 Friday
07-06-2019 Saturday
07-07-2019 Psalms 68-69 1 Cor 1 Sunday
07-08-2019 Psalms 70-72 1 Cor 2 Monday
07-09-2019 Psalms 73-75 1 Cor 3 Tuesday
07-10-2019 Psalms 76-77 1 Cor 4 Wednesday
07-11-2019 Pslams 78 1 Cor 5 Thursday
07-12-2019 Chukat Num19:1-22:1 Judges 11:1-11:33 John 16:12-28 Friday
07-13-2019 Saturday
07-14-2019 Psalms 77-81 1 Cor 6 Sunday
07-15-2019 Psalms 82-85 1 Cor 7 Monday
07-16-2019 Psalms 86-88 1 Cor 8 Tuesday
07-17-2019 Psalms 89 1 Cor 9 Wednesday
07-18-2019 Psalms 90-92 1 Cor 10 Thursday
07-19-2019 Balak Num 22:2-25:9 Micah 5:6-6:8 John17:1-26 Friday
07-20-2019 Saturday
07-21-2019 Psalms 93-95 1 Cor 11 Sunday
07-22-2019 Psalms 96-98 1 Cor 12 Monday
07-23-2019 Psalms 99-102 1 Cor 13 Tuesday
07-24-2019 Psalms 103-104 1 Cor 14 Wednesday
07-25-2019 Psalm 105-106 1 Cor 15 Thursday
07-26-2019 Pinchas Num 25:10-30:1 Jeremiah 11-23 John 18:1-27 Friday
07-27-2019 Saturday
07-28-2019 Psalms 107-109 1 Cor 16 Sunday
07-29-2019 Psalms 110-114 2 Cor 1 Monday
07-30-2019 Psalms 115-118 2 Cor 2 Tuesday
07-31-2019 Psalms 119:1-80 2 Cor 3 Wednesday

 

Below is a scrollable list of the schedule of readings for the complete year:

 

Online Spreadsheet of Current Year Reading Schedule