Bible Reading Plan for Week of June 10

Bible Reading Plan for Week of June 10

This week we will continue our journey through 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 to this body of believers to “urge them to prepare for his impending visit by completing the collection they had started a year previously and by dealing with the troublemakers [false teachers who infiltrated the church] in their midst.  He warns them that he means what he writes.”  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 10 – Mark 2:1-12
  • Monday, June 11 – 2 Corinthians 5:1 – 6:18
  • Tuesday, June 12 – 2 Corinthians 7:1 – 8:24
  • Wednesday, June 13 – 2 Corinthians 9:1 – 10:18
  • Thursday, June 14 – 2 Corinthians 11:1-33
  • Friday, June 15 – 2 Corinthians 12:1 – 13:14
  • Saturday, June 16 – Acts 27:13-44; 28:11-16

Have you, or someone you know, experienced life-change in the blink of an eye?

     How did you respond?

Have you ever been in a place where you thought hope was slipping away?

How does Acts 27:31 remind you of the Gospel?

When have you clung to a promise of God even when it didn’t make sense or when it felt like the world around you was falling apart?

What do you learn about God from Acts 27:33-44?

How does God show His protection and faithfulness to those on the ship?

Whom have you recently encouraged with the promises of God?

     Has anyone encouraged you?

How have you seen God’s faithfulness recently?

Where has God’s faithfulness led you to share the gospel?

Over the last part of the journey what do you think helped Paul persevere?


  • Sunday, June 17 – Mark 2:13-17

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)