Writing Log – Tasks, fixes.

Mat 13:31-32 on 4/15/23

Matthew 6:1 – last on 1-7-22.
Matthew 7-8-9 on 1/8/23.

Matthew 10-11-12 on 1-11-2023.

Mark 1-9-23: Set up category, chapter posts with template, copied chapter content into place. Next step: Update interlinear link, verses into paragraphs, check for imperatives – v-m, v-pm, v-am, copy greek words, bold imperatives, copy command verses to top line … consider dividing chapters into multiple posts.

Mark 1, 2 – 2/2/23; Mark 3 on 2/3; Mark 4 on 2/4; Mark 5 on 2/5;

NOTE (my commentary)

What does this quote say?
What does it say that I should obey?
What is the wish? What are the outcomes?
What are the basic steps?
What are the obstacles?
Who needs to hear this?


SOURCE – Footnotes:
Link to text:
Link to Greek Interlinear text: https://biblehub.com/interlinear/matthew/5.htm

Last revision: 01-07-2023
Line break:

RECIPE to change to blocks:
Put cursor on first character
Copy all = Ctrl+Shift+End, Copy – copies all content
Click vertical periods at right in Convert to Blocks Box
Select Remove Classic
Paste copied material into place
Delete old content except for last revision and sermon preached
Paste in new content
Highlight interlinear link
Move Line break block to end of post

11.30.22 Review and edit Matthew 11.

06.21.2021 Writing Tasks to be done on 4CorneredRooom.com

4CR Matthew Imperitives Devotions – REVISION PROCESS IDEAS

Blog categories for (almost) each chapter – done 05-12-2021

Collapse no imperatives pericopes?
Greek imperative verbs in red.

Copy Imperative verses first, at top of blog.

Collapse verses into a paragraph.
Paste from online RSV?

Link to Greek in BibleHub Interlinear

Add source names to all quotes, example:  Sarah Hallberg:

Uniform plug ins, all blogs.

04/12/2021: Matthew Chapters 1-3 reviewed.