How are we doing? Is it time to renew your commitments, or perhaps make them more reasonable? God is honored by the discipline of regularity in your reading, even if it is not as much as you would like (don’t we always want more of a good thing?). Keep reading!

Category 1 – NT – Gospels

  • Day 1 – Matthew 21:1-11
  • Day 2 – Matthew 21:12-22
  • Day 3 – Matthew 21:23-32
  • Day 4 – Matthew 21:33-36
  • Day 5 – Matthew 22:1-14
  • Day 6 – Matthew 22:15-33

For category 1 readers , your question for possible reflection, application and comment on the blog is this: There are a lot of sections in these chapters drawing contrasts between two groups of people. What is the major message that the writer is trying to get across to the readers?

Category 2 – NT History & Epistles

  • Day 1 – Acts 28:1-16
  • Day 2 – Acts 28:17-31
  • Day 3 – Romans 1:1-17
  • Day 4 – Romans 1:18-32
  • Day 5 – Romans 2
  • Day 6 – Romans 3

For category 2 readers , your question for possible reflection, application and comment on the blog is this: Paul’s description of man’s depravity describes a declining morality whose ultimate expression is homosexuality. How does the Christian balance the biblical description of homosexuality as a degrading passion with the responsibility to testify to the love and forgiveness of God toward those who practice it?

Category 3 – OT Poetry & Wisdom

  • Day 1 – Psalm 46
  • Day 2 – Psalm 47
  • Day 3 – Psalm 48
  • Day 4 – Psalm 49
  • Day 5 – Psalm 50
  • Day 6 – Psalm 51

For category 3 readers, your question for possible reflection, application and comment on the blog is this: List as many marks of genuine repentance as you can find from Psalm 51 (hint: Pastor Craig preached a great series on this psalm, available in the audio section).

Category 4 – OT Historical & Prophetic

  • Day 1 – Leviticus 24-25
  • Day 2 – Leviticus 26-27
  • Day 3 – Numbers 1-2
  • Day 4 – Numbers 3-4
  • Day 5 – Numbers 5-6
  • Day 6 – Numbers 7-8

For category 4 readers, your question for possible reflection, application and comment on the blog is this: What is the theme of the book of Numbers, and how does the narrative of this book relate to God’s plan of salvation.

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About Brian Sayers

Brian has been an elder, and staff pastor, at Christ Community Church since September of 2000. He is a 1998 graduate of The Master's Seminary (M.Div).

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