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Daily Readings from Scripture

Through the Bible in One Year

Reading the Christian Calendar

        over Three Years

Knowing the Bible is central to living the Christian life - to being faithful and obedient to the One Who loves you with an everlasting love.

Yet, surprisingly, many of us do not read the Bible on a regular basis.

 

Here, we are offering you easily accessible daily reading plans. The only thing "golden" about these plans is the Bible that you read. Contrary to what we usually think, the Bible is not the story of us: the Bible is the story of God. Through the pages of Scripture and in His actions and interactions with His people and through His Son, we meet the Holy God of Christian faith, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 

The single, most important requirement for reading the Bible is to ask the Holy Spirit to make God known to you, to open the eyes of your heart, and to convict and cleanse your soul as you read each day. Do these things each day for one year, and God will change your life from the inside out. 

Through the Bible in One Year

Beginning with Genesis and Matthew, this reading plan will lead you through the Bible in one year, with the added benefit of reading through the Psalms and Proverbs twice in the course of one year. Psalms, especially, but also Proverbs, are used in worship and in prayer. The daily reading of each encourages spiritual growth in Christian life.

Readings for
the Week of June 26:

Sunday, June 26:

1 Chronicles 19-20

Psalm 145

Proverbs 29:1-5

Acts 9:1-31

Reading the Christian Calendar

over Three Years

The Christian Calendar is spread over three years and is organized around the events of Jesus' life. Daily readings move through seasons, such as the season of Advent or the season of Lent. However, the Christian calendar involves much more in Jesus' life, including days we no longer commonly observe. The unfolding of Jesus' life engages us in the cycle of God's activity in our salvation, redemption, and destiny. 

Daily Readings for
Lectionary 13

Lectionary 13

Sunday, June 26, 2022

1 Kings 19:15-21

Psalm 16

Galatians 5:1, 13-25

Luke 9:51-62