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Spend time with God by reading your Bible

You're probably crazy busy and the Bible can be difficult to understand, but obedience often comes before understanding. So start reading the Bible today—follow the current Bible reading plan below and see what happens. You'll learn more about God's heart, and when that happens, He'll give you more wisdom and understanding than you thought possible. 

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Bible Reading Plan

This plan is also printed on the message notes each Sunday.  

Nov. 11–16

Monday: Ephesians 6

Tuesday: Philippians 1

Wednesday: Philippians 2

Thursday: Philippians 3

Friday: Philippians 4

Saturday: 1 Peter 1

Nov. 18–23

Monday: 1 Peter 2

Tuesday: 1 Peter 3

Wednesday: 1 Peter 4

Thursday: 1 Peter 5

Friday: 2 Peter 1

Saturday:  2 Peter 2


YouVersion Reading Plan

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Use S.O.A.P.

S.O.A.P. is a method of Bible reading and journaling that can be used with any Bible reading plan. This simple practice can help you to grow in your faith and understanding of the Bible. Learning and applying what you've read is a necessary part of your relationship with God. It affects every area of your life.

"All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work." —2 Timothy 3:16-17

S—Ask God to show you something when you read. Write down the SCRIPTURE that stuck out to you.

O—Write down any OBSERVATIONS you had when you read. What seemed odd? What didn’t make sense? What “wowed” you?

A—Write about how you can APPLY the passage to your life today.

P—PRAY and write down what you prayed about. It’s exciting to write down your prayers and watch as God responds!

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