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Bible in a Year – May – 12 | Day – 132

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May – 12 | Day – 132
Old Testament: Joshua – 20 | Jeremiah – 52:19-34

1 And the Lord spoke to Joshua, saying: “Speak to the sons of Israel, and say to them:

2 Separate the cities of refuge, about which I spoke to you by the hand of Moses,

3 so that anyone who will have struck down a life unintentionally may flee to them. And so, he may be able to escape from the wrath of a close relative, who is an avenger of blood.

4 And when he will have fled to one of these cities, he shall stand before the gate of the city, and he shall speak to the ancients of that city, the things that prove him innocent. And so shall they receive him, and give him a place in which to live.

5 And if the avenger of blood will have pursued him, they shall not deliver him into his hands. For he struck down his neighbor unknowingly, one who was not proven to have been his enemy two or three days before.

6 And he shall live in that city, until he stands before judgment in order to render the facts of his case, and until the death of the high priest, whoever it will be in that time. Then the one who killed a man may return, and he may enter his own city and house, from which he had fled.”

7 And they decreed Kedesh in Galilee, at mount Naphtali, and Shechem, at mount Ephraim, and Kiriath-Arba, which is Hebron, at mount Judah.

8 And beyond the Jordan, opposite the eastern side of Jericho, they appointed Bezer, which is situated on the plain of the wilderness of the tribe of Reuben, and Ramoth in Gilead of the tribe of Gad, and Golan in Bashan of the tribe of Manasseh.

9 These cities were established for all the sons of Israel, and for the new arrivals who were living among them, so that whoever had struck down a life unintentionally might flee to these, and not die at the hand of a close relative who desires to vindicate the blood that was shed, until he should stand before the people, in order to present his case.


19 And the chief of the military took the water pots, and the censers, and the pitchers, and the basins, and the lampstands, and the mortars, and the little cups, whatever was gold, for the gold, and whatever was silver, for the silver,

20 as well as the two pillars, and the one brass sea, and the twelve oxen of brass that were under the bases, which king Solomon had made in the house of the Lord. There was no weight of brass left behind out of all these vessels.

21 Now concerning the pillars, one pillar was eighteen cubits high, and a cord of twelve cubits encircled it. Moreover, its thickness was four fingers, and the interior was hollow.

22 And heads of brass were upon both. And the height of one head was five cubits. And little nets with pomegranates were upon the heads all around, all of brass. The second pillar was similar, and the pomegranates.

23 And there were ninety-six pomegranates hanging down; and there were one hundred pomegranates in all, surrounded by the little nets.

24 And the chief of the military took Seraiah, the first priest, and Zephaniah, the second priest, and the three keepers of the vestibule.

25 He also took from the city one eunuch who was in charge of the men of war, and seven men among those who served before the face of the king, who were found in the city, and a scribe, a leader of the military, who tested the new recruits, and sixty men from the people of the land, who were found in the midst of the city.

26 Then Nebuzaradan, the chief of the military, took them, and he led them to the king of Babylon at Riblah.

27 And the king of Babylon struck them and put them to death at Riblah, in the land of Hamath. And Judah was carried away from his land.

28 This is the people whom Nebuchadnezzar carried away: in the seventh year, three thousand and twenty-three Jews;

29 in the eighteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar, eight hundred thirty-two souls from Jerusalem;

30 in the twenty-third year of Nebuchadnezzar, Nebuzaradan, the chief of the military, carried away of the Jews seven hundred forty-five souls. Therefore, all the souls were four thousand six hundred.

31 And it happened that, in the thirty-seventh year of the transmigration of Jehoiachin, the king of Judah, in the twelfth month, on the twenty-fifth of the month, Evilmerodach, the king of Babylon, in the very first year of his reign, lifted up the head of Jehoiachin, the king of Judah, and he brought him out of the prison house.

32 And he spoke with him for good, and he set his throne above the thrones of the kings who were after him in Babylon.

33 And he changed his prison garments, and he ate bread in his sight always, all the days of his life.

34 And for his meals, a continual provision was allotted to him by the king of Babylon, a measure for every single day, until the day of his death, all the days of his life.

Psalms: Psalms – 60

1 Unto the end, for them that shall be changed, for the inscription of a title, to David himself, for doctrine,

2 When he set fire to Mesopotamia of Syria and Sobal and Joab returned and slew of Edom, in the vale of the saltpits, twelve thousand men.

3 O God, thou hast cast us off, and hast destroyed us; thou hast been angry, and hast had mercy on us.

4 Thou hast moved the earth, and hast troubled it: heal thou the breaches thereof, for it has been moved.

5 Thou hast shewn thy people hard things; thou hast made us drink wine of sorrow.

6 Thou hast given a warning to them that fear thee: that they may flee from before the bow: That thy beloved may be delivered.

7 Save me with thy right hand, and hear me.

8 God hath spoken in his holy place: I will rejoice, and I will divide Sichem; and will mete out the vale of tabernacles.

9 Galaad is mine, and Manasses is mine: and Ephraim is the strength of my head. Juda is my king:

10 Moab is the pot of my hope. Into Edom will I stretch out my shoe: to me the foreigners are made subject.

11 Who will bring me into the strong city? who will lead me into Edom?

12 Wilt not thou, O God, who hast cast us off? and wilt not thou, O God, go out with our armies?

13 Give us help from trouble: for vain is the salvation of man.

14 Through God we shall do mightily: and he shall bring to nothing them that afflict us.

New Testament: Luke – 24:1-31

1 Then, on the first Sabbath, at very first light, they went to the tomb, carrying the aromatic spices that they had prepared.

2 And they found the stone rolled back from the tomb.

3 And upon entering, they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus.

4 And it happened that, while their minds were still confused about this, behold, two men stood beside them, in shining apparel.

5 Then, since they were afraid and were turning their faces toward the ground, these two said to them: “Why do you seek the living with the dead?

6 He is not here, for he has risen. Recall how he spoke to you, when he was still in Galilee,

7 saying: ‘For the Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and be crucified, and on the third day rise again.’ “

8 And they called to mind his words.

9 And returning from the tomb, they reported all these things to the eleven, and to all the others.

10 Now it was Mary Magdalene, and Joanna, and Mary of James, and the other women who were with them, who told these things to the Apostles.

11 But these words seemed to them a delusion. And so they did not believe them.

12 But Peter, rising up, ran to the tomb. And stooping down, he saw the linen cloths positioned alone, and he went away wondering to himself about what had happened.

13 And behold, two of them went out, on the same day, to a town named Emmaus, which was the distance of sixty stadia from Jerusalem.

14 And they spoke to one another about all of these things that had occurred.

15 And it happened that, while they were speculating and questioning within themselves, Jesus himself, drawing near, traveled with them.

16 But their eyes were restrained, so that they would not recognize him.

17 And he said to them, “What are these words, which you are discussing with one another, as you walk and are sad?”

18 And one of them, whose name was Cleopas, responded by saying to him, “Are you the only one visiting Jerusalem who does not know the things that have happened there in these days?”

19 And he said to them, “What things?” And they said, “About Jesus of Nazareth, who was a noble prophet, powerful in works and in words, before God and all the people.

20 And how our high priests and leaders handed him over to be condemned to death. And they crucified him.

21 But we were hoping that he would be the Redeemer of Israel. And now, on top of all this, today is the third day since these things have happened.

22 Then, too, certain women from among us terrified us. For before daytime, they were at the tomb,

23 and, having not found his body, they returned, saying that they had even seen a vision of Angels, who said that he is alive.

24 And some of us went out to the tomb. And they found it just as the women had said. But truly, they did not find him.”

25 And he said to them: “How foolish and reluctant in heart you are, to believe everything that has been spoken by the Prophets!

26 Was not the Christ required to suffer these things, and so enter into his glory?”

27 And beginning from Moses and all the Prophets, he interpreted for them, in all the Scriptures, the things that were about him.

28 And they drew near to the town were they were going. And he conducted himself so as to go on further.

29 But they were insistent with him, saying, “Remain with us, because it is toward evening and now daylight is declining.” And so he entered with them.

30 And it happened that, while he was at table with them, he took bread, and he blessed and broke it, and he extended it to them.

31 And their eyes were opened, and they recognized him. And he vanished from their eyes.

Simplest Bible in a Year plan compiled using the “Catholic Public Domain Version Bible“. This is not the Readings at the Mass. For the Mass Readings, check the Mass Readings taken from the New Jerusalem Bible or the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible.
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