As a Body, we want to know God through His Word. When we come together Sunday mornings, it's our hope that the sermon is a culmination and coming-out-of time spent in Scripture throughout the week.
HOUSEHOLD OF GOD - Timothy Reading Plan
Here is a PDF version to use, download and print too! You can also click the links beside each day to read all the passages online.
Our prayer is that amid business, changing schedules and uncertain futures our hearts would rest firmly on the faithful Word of God. This simple reading and devotional plan is meant to help you and your family do just that.
HOW IT WORKS
We will continue our series on "Life in God's Household" by walking through 2 Timothy as a church family. Our major theme to consider will be "faithfully enduring together." This reading plan is designed to enhance your time in God's Word through this series. Here's how it's laid out. On Mondays and Saturdays, we will read the sermon text for the coming Sunday. On Tuesdays we will read one significant passage outside of 2 Timothy that sheds further light on the sermon passage. At the same time, each day we will be reading straight through another book of the Bible (we'll finish John then look at two examples of faithful endurance in Nehemiah and Zechariah). Each of these books are meant to pair with what we are studying in 2 Timothy. And there will be a reading from Proverbs each weekday and a Psalm every day.
Our encouragement would be for you to carve out time each day for these readings. Maybe that will be early mornings, at breakfast, or during a lunch break, after dinner, or before lying down to sleep. Don't feel pressure to quickly read each passage each day, but take time to ponder what you are able to read. Also, consider inviting someone else in the church to have a weekly conversation about what we're reading together as a church. And you could also use this calendar for leading times of family worship with your spouse and children. And of course, if you miss a day, just pick right back up with us on today's reading.
*If you get behind, feel free to jump right back in with today’s reading
March 31 - Psalm 25; Proverbs 10:31-32; John 10
April 1 - Psalm 26; Proverbs 11:1-9; John 11
April 2 - Psalm 27; Proverbs 11:10-14; John 12
April 4 - Psalm 29
April 7 - Psalm 32; Proverbs 12:4-7; John 15
April 8 - Psalm 33; Proverbs 12:8-13; John 16
April 9 - Psalm 34; Proverbs 12:14-22; John 17
April 11 - Psalm 36
April 14 - Psalm 39; Proverbs 13:7-11; John 20
April 15 - Psalm 40; Proverbs 13:12-16; John 21
April 16 - Psalm 41; Proverbs 13:17-22; 3 John
April 18 - Psalm 43
April 21 - Psalm 46; Proverbs 14:10-13; Nehemiah 4
April 22 - Psalm 47; Proverbs 14:14-18; Nehemiah 5
April 23 - Psalm 48; Proverbs 14:19-22; Nehemiah 6
April 25 - Psalm 50
April 28 - Psalm 53; Proverbs 14:32-35; Nehemiah 9
April 29 - Psalm 54; Proverbs 15:1-1-4; Nehemiah 10
April 30 - Psalm 55; Proverbs 15:5-9; Nehemiah 11
May 2 - Psalm 57
May 9 - Psalm 64
May 16 - Psalm 71
May 23 - Psalm 78
May 30 - Psalm 85