Bible Reading Plan for Week of December 30

As we transition into the new year, it is fitting that we are transitioning from the book of Deuteronomy to the book of Joshua.  The Israelites are transitioning from the wilderness to the Promised Land and the leadership transitions from Moses to Joshua.  God is sovereign through these transitions, and He is still sovereign today.   Allow Him to lead you this year and experience all that He has for you.  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, December 30 – Mark 10:17-31
  • Monday, December 31  – Deuteronomy 29-30
  • Tuesday, January 1 – Deuteronomy 31-32
  • Wednesday, January 2 – Deuteronomy 33-34; Psalm 91
  • Thursday, January 3 – Joshua 1-2
  • Friday, January 4 – Joshua 3-4
  • Saturday, January 5 – Exodus 7, 12

Why does God send Moses to rescue His people?

Why do Moses and Aaron perform signs for Pharaoh and others?

What false things have you chased after, but they didn’t satisfy?

In God’s mercy, when He reveals you have false gods in your life, do you receive His correction and repent or do you harden your heart like Pharaoh?

Describe the Passover Lamb (physical characteristics and what to do with the lamb).

What does God do regarding the Passover?  Why?

How does the Passover connect faith and works? How are faith and works demonstrated in your life?

How do the events of the Passover point to Jesus on the cross?

What happens at midnight (Exodus 12:29-32)?

What is Pharaoh’s response?

What implications do these passages have for us today?

  • Sunday, January 6 – Mark 10:32-52

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 (Dec 2018 – Feb 2019)