One of my favorite narratives in the Hebrew Bible.
Before I developed the idea for this website I had a small collection of Hebrew notes that were not intended to be Hebrew (or Greek) notes for specific lections. For example I prepared Hebrew notes for Psalm 77 without (for example) being concerned that at some point in the lectionary cycle the Psalm lection is Psalm 77:1-2, 11-20. I thought hey those verses are covered so I can link the lection to Psalm 77 which has notes on the entire psalm.
More recently I have started to focus on providing Hebrew (and Greek) notes for the specific lectionary reading. Which sometimes means going back and paring down a set of Hebrew notes so that the notes are only for the verses covered by a particular lection.
So for example Psalm 66. I had posted Hebrew notes that cover the entire psalm. However in the season of Pentecost year C one of the lections is Psalm 66:1-9. I did not delete the Hebrew notes for Psalm 66. However I created a new version of Hebrew notes that cover only verses 1 through 9. These new lection specific Hebrew notes are what will be linked from Lections posts. And will be added to the master list of Hebrew (and Greek) notes. So someone who wants notes for all of Psalm 66 can see that. And someone who only wants notes for Psalm 66:1-9 can choose that instead.
Greek notes = Colossians 1:15-28
Greek notes = Luke 10:38-42