Exodus chapter twenty
It’s not Thursday, but I’ve been mostly absent long enough that I don’t really care. With one daughter in kindergarten, one in preschool, one toddling about the house with me all day, and a bunch of piano students, I’ve been here less than I’d like lately.
But. Edde was good enough to remind me that I can schedule posts, so that’s what I’m gonna do. Over the next few Thursdays, you’ll find me posting stuff from the continuation of my little project (The PDFs are also on the chapbooks page).
Anyway, here’s a peek at Exodus, which seemed like the logical next step in my trek through the Bible. I’m thinking I’ll finish the remainder of the Pentateuch before I do any more New Testament books, as it should be the most slog-like group of books (I’m looking at you, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy).
I’m a little over halfway through Exodus at the moment, so here’s chapter twenty two as a bit of evidence (and because I kind of like it). Enjoy!
i. [charNG] that we have no other God who is your God, speak with us your burnt gods of the people people people people people seen. keep of silver, keep your tool on it, you from heaven and of the land rested for God. ii. [eDiastic] exposed above iniquity children keep forth thunderings when visiting exposed stone alongside neither :: the blessed donkey exposed bondage covet peace the blessed down