Bible Reading Plan for Week of June 3

Bible Reading Plan for Week of June 3

This week we will continue our journey through First and Second Corinthians.  On his missionary journeys Paul had served in Corinth and shared the gospel in this prominent city of Greece.  He is now writing letters back to this body of believers to help them understand and display proper Christian conduct in the church.  The Corinthians had many issues and problems, and Paul wants to help them mature in Christ and develop in sanctification.  We can learn much from these letters as the church still deals with “problems like immaturity, instability, divisions, jealousy and envy, lawsuits, marital difficulties, immorality, and use of spiritual gifts.”  On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll focus on the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups and the Sunday sermon.  Please consider the questions below regarding the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups.

  • Sunday, June 3 – Mark 1:40-45
  • Monday, June 4 – 1 Corinthians 11:1 – 12:31
  • Tuesday, June 5 – 1 Corinthians 13:1 – 14:38
  • Wednesday, June 6 – 1 Corinthians 14:49 – 16:24
  • Thursday, June 7 – 2 Corinthians 1:1 – 2:17
  • Friday, June 8 – 2 Corinthians 3:1 – 4:18
  • Saturday, June 9 – Acts 24:22-27; 25:1-12; 26:24-32

What information do you learn about Felix in Acts 24:22-27?

What do you learn about Paul from these verses?

Do we often share with others the hope we have?

What do you learn about the Jews from Acts 25:1-12?

What do you learn about Festus?

What do you learn about Paul from these verses?

What do you learn about Festus in Acts 26:24-32?

What do you learn about Paul in these verses?

How can Paul’s witness encourage us to seize every opportunity to spread the gospel?

What do you learn about Agrippa in these verses?

What lessons in these verses can you apply to your life?

  • Sunday, June 10 – Mark 2:1-12

 

We will make posts on our website and app on Sunday mornings that outline the Bible reading plan for the rest of the week.  Or you can view the entire Bible Reading Plan (June – August 2018)

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