Daily Bible Reading

Read through the entire Bible in one year! Start any time!

March 26

Old Testament

Deuteronomy 13:1-14:29: Notice how the devil can bring people into your life with the intention of leading you away from God and His Word. They can clothe themselves as ministers, motivators, friends, relatives, and entice you with words that appeal to your fleshly desires (2 Corinthians 11:14-15). In Deuteronomy 13 we read that God allowed this to test their love for Him. That’s why we renew our mind with the Word of God, but we must be doers and not hearers only!!!

The tithe belongs to God; don’t keep it for yourself. That’s not a smart move!!! When you give the tithe for His work to be done, you are going to prosper and have increase.

 

Psalms

Psalm 37:23-29: God orders our steps; we must submit our lives to Him daily in order to fulfill His plan for us. There are times in life when we stumble but God will never allow us to be cast down or cast out!!! He will never forsake us, so let’s never forsake Him!!

 

Proverbs

Proverbs 12:15-16: There is safety in godly counsel.

 

New Testament

Luke 2:25-52: These verses speak of two people who were just and devout. God revealed the Messiah to them. God desires to reveal the plans and ways of His heart to us but we must have a heart for His work and an ear to hear!

 

March 25

Old Testament

Deuteronomy 11:1-12:32: The continual theme is to love God and serve Him always with all your heart and soul. He says over and over again that the proof of your love for Me is to obey (John 14:15; John 15:10,14).

Meditate on Deuteronomy 12:8: you can think you are right and still be wrong. That’s why we always read the Word and renew our minds, so we know what is right in the eyes of God (Proverbs 12:15; Proverbs 14:12; Proverbs 21:2).

 

Psalms

Psalm 37:18-22: Psalm 37:19 is a great promise when we see tough economic times.

 

Proverbs

Proverbs 12:12-14: How do you come through troubled times? By the speaking and confessing God’s promises!!! But – you must believe what you say.

 

New Testament

Luke 2:1-24: God will always bring us good words but first He addresses our fear. Fear will erase your faith but faith will expel fear!!!

 

March 24

Old Testament

Deuteronomy 9:1-10:22: The key to all you will read in Deuteronomy is in Deuteronomy 9:13 and in Deuteronomy 10:12-13. This applies even today in the New Covenant.

 

Psalms

Psalm 37:12-17: Thank God, we are the righteous through Jesus Christ.

 

Proverbs

Proverbs 12:11

 

New Testament

Luke 1:57-80: So many people try to label us and give us names that are contrary to who God has called to be. Don’t let people give you any names like, “you’ll never amount to anything”, “you’re a bad person”, “you can’t do anything right”, or “you’re just dumb!!!!” Declare what God’s Word says about you!!

 

March 23

Old Testament

Deuteronomy 7:1-8:20: Take your time reading these two chapters because they are packed full of incredible nuggets. They reveal the awesome power God has for us; therefore, we should not fear anything or anyone. They also show the faithfulness of God to everyone that obeys Him.

 

Psalms

Psalm 37:5-11: Don’t get discouraged when you see the unbelievers prospering; God will take care of you. Commit everything to Him, trust Him and He will bring your dreams to pass. Remember, the dreams in your heart must be in accordance to His will for your life.

 

Proverbs

Proverbs 12:9-10

 

New Testament

Luke 1:39-56: Great spiritual song given to Mary by the Holy Spirit.

 

March 22

Old Testament

Deuteronomy 5:1-6:25: If we honor God and obey Him, all will go well for us. It doesn’t mean we won’t have problems, but God will bring us out on the other side with blessing!

 

Psalms

Psalm 37:1-4

 

Proverbs

Proverbs 12:8

 

New Testament

Luke 1:21-38: We read yesterday how Zacharias responded to the word of the angel. Notice the difference how Mary responds in these verses.

 

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

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