DAILY BIBLE READINGS

Join us in our Bible reading  plan for 2021 as we discover Jesus throughout the WHOLE Bible, reading it chronologically. 

 

Ways to  include yourself this year:


1.  Find the plan on your Bible App here.

2. Print out the reading plan here.
3. Subscribe to "The Bible Recap" podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, Google, GooglePlay
4. Get a customized journal for this plan here.

BIBLE READINGS 

2022 Daily Bible Reading Plan - Option 1
"Bible Read-Through Gang" with Greg Wood

Spend four to six months reading through the Bible.  Spend time in His word daily, and meet weekly by Zoom to talk about the conversations we’ve had with God as we read.


Advantages of doing it together

  1. Fellowship with others on the same journey

  2. Accountability to keep you on track

  3. The chance to meet together once a week through Zoom

  4. The chance to ask questions and share what God is saying to you through His Word

  5. Deeper relationship with your “ReadThru Gang” Thessalonians 5:11

Once you register, you will have access to our private Facebook group and be signed up to be a part of our online Zoom calls.

2022 Daily Bible Reading Plan "Harvest 365" - Option 2
Read through the Bible in 1 year

Thanks to Harvest Church for this reading plan.  If you’d like to follow along on the You Version Bible app click here. 

We want to KNOW JESUS and MAKE HIM KNOWN. This journey through the scriptures will take you deeper in your knowledge of Christ and will launch you into a fresh season of discipleship. 

Knowing and understanding scripture is a key part of the discipleship process and it is important to have a system. Not only a system of reading the Word but also meditating on it. How can we get the most out of scripture?


This system of reading through the Bible will keep you engaged and connected in the word by reading a different section of the bible each day of the week.


Day 1 - Epistles

Day 2 - The Law

Day 3 - History

Day 4 - Psalms

Day 5 - Poetry

Day 6 - Prophecy

Day 7 - Gospels

 

There is something fresh about the Word every day through this plan. It opens our eyes to the truth in the scripture without being discouraged by not keeping up. If you miss a day, just keep going. It can often feel like a burden to try to catch up. So continue on reading as a part of the plan.
 

Here are some helpful tips to get you started at making the most of this year.

Journaling - This does not need to be complicated but can be extremely helpful for you to build a habit of writing down key lessons, personal thoughts, prayers, revelations, and more from the scripture. You can use a diary or notepad, whatever you like. The thoughts can be as long or as short as you like.

Meditating - Take the time to spend a few minutes before and after your devotion to quiet your soul and reflect.  Take the Word with you into your day and mulling it over.

 

Discussing - Share your thoughts daily with someone in your life.  We can all learn from each other. Perhaps maintain a connection with a discipleship group that you can ask questions in. 

Praying - Before opening the Bible, ask God to show you more of His character through the Word. Pray that you will have your eyes opened to truth in the pages. Pray that your heart will be opened and changed as you read. Pray that your mind would be transformed and renewed.


Journaling tips

1. Buy a journal or diary that has a page to a day.

2. Highlight passages that stand out. 

3. Write key scriptures into your own words.

4. Ask yourself questions about the passage. Who? What? Where? When? Why?

5. Write down the big idea about the passage.

6. Make it personal. How does this scripture apply to me and what does it require of me?

7. Write down your prayer for the day.

8. Don’t give up. At first, it may feel strange to write these thoughts down but over time it will become a habit.


 

As you embark this year on a journey through the Word, determine that you are going to grow this year. Personal and spiritual growth doesn’t just happen. It happens when you take responsibility of your own discipleship journey.

Let us all grow together this year!