Notes on the Greek New Testament
My notes on the Greek New Testament, and now the text of the Greek New Testament itself,
can be accessed by means of the relevant links on the menu bar to the left of the page.
Saturday 26 July
Today's Reading - Romans 9:25-10:13
These daily readings will take you through the New Testament in a year -
see the Reading Plan.
Quote for the Week
"In 2 Samuel 7 David proposes to build a house for YHWH, but he is told instead that YHWH will build him a 'house'. Playing on the double meaning of the word 'house', the king's intention to build a physical temple where the glory of YHWH can dwell for ever is trumped, superseded one might say, by the promise that God will give David a son to sit on his throne, a son who will turn out to be God's own son. But how can this be an answer to David's intention, that there will be a permanent place for God to dwell among his people? Only if, in some sense, the coming king will be the reality towards which the Temple will turn out to be a mere signpost. Somehow, the king will be the place where, and the means by which, the living God comes to dwell among his people."
N.T. Wright, Paul and the Faithfulness of God (London: SPCK, 2013) p. 190