Vessels for the Master’s Use

“…vessels of gold and silver…unto honor, sanctified, and fit for the master’s use…”   2Timothy 2:20-21


NOTE: November 29, 2018  The information on this page will be updated in the near future to include the updated three-year schedule and update links. 

Vessels for the Master’s Use is a daily (Mon-Sat)/six days per week post, which runs for two years.  Each post is identified by its number in the total of 612.  For example, the seventh post is {7/300}, and the final post, if I did my math right, is {612/612}.  (Year two begins with 301/612.)

The first post was January 19, 2015.  There are no posts on Sundays.

This daily post has a verse from the daily reading in Psalms on a photograph of God’s creation.  The daily reading from Proverbs is written out, followed by the Bible Reading Schedule for the day, and a hymn from the Inspiring Hymns hymnal (lyrics only).  The number corresponds with the hymn number in the Inspiring Hymns hymnal, compiled by Alfred B. Smith.

To set your reader to follow this feed copy this link.

You will find the complete three year chronological Bible Reading Schedule here.

To look for a hymn by title, check the Inspiring Hymns index. (coming in 2016)

For the most recent post click here.

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For more information about the BIBLE READING SCHEDULE click here.



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