Thank you for joining me on this journey through the Bible in 90 days. I hope that you are excited and as we near the end, that you’ll be thrilled to have made your way through the Bible from cover to cover. I’m so excited! I have a lot of resources for you to get started with, so let’s dive right in!
Here is a pdf version of the schedule that you can print off and use to track your reading.
Reading Schedule for the Week: tip: Bible Gateway has Audio. Listen to some of the chapters.
- Day 1 = Genesis 1:1 – Genesis 16:15
- Day 2 = Genesis 17:1 – Genesis 28:19
- Day 3 = Genesis 28:20 – Genesis 40:11
- Day 4 = Genesis 40:12 – Genesis 50:26
- Day 5 = Exodus 1:1 – Exodus 15:18
- Day 6 = Exodus 15:19 – Exodus 28: to end
- Day 7 = Exodus 29:1 – Exodus 40: to end
Please download the Free pdf lessons. Listening to some of the chapters will help you stay on track each day. This weekend, I’ll come back here and answer the discussion questions and share with you. Feel free to add in any suggestions, comments and things that have helped you with your study this week.
Would love to hear any blessings or encouragements that helped you as well!
A deeply religious man lived in a house by the river, but one day the banks burst and the house was flooded. As the water level rose alarmingly, the man climbed onto the roof of the house. A Boat came by. “Climb aboard.” called the captain. “No, I shall stay here,” said the man. “God will take care of me.” Twenty minutes later, the waters sill rising, the man climbed onto the chimney. Another boat came past. “Jump aboard,” said the captain. “No, I shall stay here,” said the man. “God will take care of me.” With the water up to the man’s waist, a helicopter suddenly swooped down. “Quick!” shouted the pilot. “Climb aboard!”
“No, I shall stay here,” said the man. “God will take care of me.” The water level continued to rise, soon the man was swept away from the chimney and drowned. Up in heaven, he sought out God. “I thought you said you would take care of me,” he complained. God said, “I sent you two boats and a helicopter. What more do you want?”
Do you have any questions for me? If so, please ask away.
Group discussion questions:
1. Have you tried to read the Bible in its entirety? Did you make it? How long did it take?
2. What challenges did you face? If you didn’t get all the way through, how far did you get?
3. What is the biggest challenge you are facing in this study (if any)?
4. What have you found rewarding so far in your attempts to read the Bible regularly?
5. If you’ve started to read through the entire Bible but have never finished it, what has kept you from finishing your goal?
6. What excites you most about the prospect of reading the entire Bible in 90 days?
7. Why do you believe it is important to read the entire Bible? What do you expect to discover in terms of practical living, spiritual growth, knowledge of history or other areas?
- You’ll be reading the Bible on your own. Set your schedule and plan to read each day. In 90 days, you’ll have accomplished your goal.
- We’ll meet here on the blog post and discuss anything you need to cover. I don’t claim to have all the answers, but we will find them together if need be. I’m hoping that as others chime in and discuss what they read, that any questions will be answered that way.
- Try to read at different times to see what works best for you. Most of all, do not give up – even if you fall behind.
Understand what you can while reading, but remember – different things will “jump out” at you at different times.
Books you’ll encounter this week:
Genesis – The adventure begins. Creation of the universe and all things in it.
Exodus – Slavery and the deliverance from Egypt.
If it’s helpful to do so, print out this page, put it in your Bible and check off the schedule as you go along. Jot down some notes highlighting what you’ve read. Any knowledge gained, verses that spoke to you or just favorite passages.
Leave any comments, questions and items you’d like to discuss below. Also, please do take time to answer the discussion questions. You never know how you’ll encourage someone to keep going after their goal!
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Let’s do this!