Read the Douay-Rheims Latin Vulgate Bible everyday from Genesis to Apocalypse.
Todays reading is currently at: The First Book of Chronicles Chapter 7:21-40
21 And his son Suthala, and his son Ezer, and Elad: and the men of Geth born in the land slew them, because they came down to invade their possessions. 22 And Ephraim their father mourned many days, and his brethren came to comfort him. 23 And he went in to his wife: and she conceived and bore a son, and he called his name Beria, because he was born when it went evil with his house: 24 And his daughter was Sara, who built Bethoron, the nether and the upper, and Ozensara. 25 And Rapha was his son, and Reseph, and Thale, of whom was born Thaan, 26 Who begot Laadan: and his son was Ammiud, who begot Elisama, 27 Of whom was born Nun, who had Josue for his son. 28 And their possessions and habitations were Bethel with her daughters, and eastward Noran, and westward Gazer and her daughters, Sichem also with her daughters, as far as Asa with her daughters. 29 And by the borders of the sons of Manasses Bethsan and her daughters, Thanach and her daughters, Mageddo and her daughters: Dor and her daughters: in these dwelt the children of Joseph, the son of Israel.
30 The children of Aser were Jemna, and Jesua, and Jessui, and Baria, and Sara their sister. 31 And the sons of Baria: Haber, and Melchiel: he is the father of Barsaith. 32 And Heber begot Jephlat, and Somer, and Hotham, and Suaa their sister. 33 The sons of Jephlat: Phosech, and Chamaal, and Asoth: these are the sons of Jephlat. 34 And the sons of Somer: Ahi, and Roaga, and Haba, and Aram. 35 And the sons of Helem his brother: Supha, and Jemna, and Selles, and Amal. 36 The sons of Supha: Sue, Hernapher, and Sual, and Beri, and Jamra. 37 Bosor and Hod, and Samma, and Salusa, and Jethran, and Bera. 38 The sons of Jether: Jephone, and Phaspha, and Ara. 39 And the sons of Olla: Aree, and Haniel, and Resia. 40 All these were sons of Aser, heads of their families, choice and most valiant captains of captains: and the number of them that were of the age that was fit for war, was six and twenty thousand.