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Bible Reading Plan

Bible Reading Plan

All of 2018

Rise is going to read through the entire Bible in 2018, using a powerful app called Read Scripture. If we are to be a people who rise up and saturate our city with the Gospel, we must be a church that knows the Gospel.

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the reading plan

The Read Scripture Plan divides the Bible into sixteen parts, organized in semi-chronological order. On average, you’ll read two to three chapters every day along with a Psalm to slowly pray through, making its words your own.

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VIDEOS

Each day you come to a new biblical book there will be a short animated video about that book’s design and message and what to look for as you read. In addition to videos regarding books of the Bible, you will find theme videos relating to several topics that appear throughout Scripture.

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    After reading Exodus 12, think about these three questions: . 1️⃣ Who had to die to “shield” the Israelites from death? 2️⃣ Who had to die because of Pharaoh’s ongoing sin? 3️⃣ What does this tell you about the seriousness of sin? . . . . . . . . . #riseintheword #readscripture #readyourbible #exodus
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    Moses does not believe that God can use him to save the Israelites and keeps arguing. So God gives him powerful signs to prove His commitment to using Moses. • 🧠📝>> What has God done in your life that could serve as proof that He loves you and is committed to using you? . . . . . . . . #riseintheword #readscripture #readyourbible
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    Judah. The name means “the praised one.” As Jacob blesses his son, this praise is overflowing from that particular moment in time into eternity. In Judah and through his father Jacob, promises about Jesus himself were being made, as Jesus is born of the tribe of Judah. The eternal Son, King and Redeemer was lying dormant in Judah! >>🧠>> Think about these specific parts of Jacob's blessing over Judah in light of who Jesus would turn out to be: • “Your brothers shall praise you.” • “The scepter shall not depart from Judah.” • “To him shall be the obedience of the people.” • ”He has washed his vesture in the blood of grapes” Remember, God’s promises will come true! . . . . . . #riseintheword #readscripture #readyourbible #itsallaboutjesus
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    Joseph continually held fast to God’s faithfulness. Though he was sold into slavery, imprisoned and seemingly forgotten about, God did not forget him. God is faithful to fulfill His promises. Corrie Ten Boom once said, “Let God’s promises shine on your problems.” This is especially beautiful because she and her family are famously known for harboring hundreds of Jews during World War II and were later imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps. She certainly had her share of problems, but her eyes never left the faithfulness of her Savior. . . . . . #riseintheword #readscripture #readyourbible
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    Jacob’s name means “deceiver,” and we’ve seen how deceitful he has been until this point. But God saw more in Jacob, so He changed his name to Israel, which means “God fights.” God saw past Jacob’s failures, and God fought for his success. • >>📝 What is something that you see as your downfall? • >>🙏🏽Ask God to show you how HE sees you. Ask Him to help you live in that way. . . . . . . . #riseintheword #readscripture #biblereadthrough #readyourbible #biblestudy
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    In Genesis 26:22, Isaac praises God for leading his family to land that they could settle in. He could have attributed it to luck or chance, but because he was consistently in communication with the Lord, he knew who to thank. May this year also be a time of the Holy Spirit opening your eyes to all the good He is doing in your life. Let us practice seeing God’s provision this year. . . . . #riseintheword #readscripture #readyourbible #biblereadthrough
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    “And he brought him outside and said, “Look toward heaven, and number the stars, if you are able to number them.” Then he said to him, “So shall your offspring be.” And he believed the Lord, and he counted it to him as righteousness.” - Genesis 15:5-6 Hebrews 11:1 tells us, “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” Abram, advanced in age and childless, was the last person who should think he would be the father of many. But Abram trusts the Lord more than his own understanding of his situation. Sometimes, the solution to our problems is simply to look up and let go. We get so consumed with what is directly in front of us and our own efforts to think, talk, and maneuver our way forward. Today, what are you hoping you for? What are you striving toward? Can you trust these hopes to the Lord, knowing that He sees you and He cares for you? Spend some time in prayer, just sitting quietly before the Lord today. What would it look like to commit (or recommit) to trusting Him with what you’re facing? . . . . . #riseintheword #readscripture #biblereadthrough #readyourbible #quiettime #prayer
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    The Bible Project sums up this part of Genesis as, “God creates a good world, but humanity rebels against God and ruins it.” . As we travel through Genesis over the next few weeks, please check out the amazing resources @thebibleproject has produced to aid in our understanding of the passages we’re reading. . >>> To access all the videos, posts, study notes, and podcasts for Genesis 1-11, click the link in the Bio section. . . . . #biblestudy #readscripture #readthroughthebible #riseintheword
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    “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” The Bible’s opening statement in Genesis 1:1 begins to reveal the framework of the story of God — who God is and what He has done. As we embark on this year of reading through the Bible, hold fast to this idea of WHO the Lord is and WHAT the Lord has done as revealed in His Word. So often, we move quickly through the reading portion of Bible study and look for personal application, but there is value and importance in lingering in the text itself, meditating on the Word of the Lord. As our Psalm today states: “Blessed is the man [whose] delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night. He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither. In all that he does, he prospers.” Psalm 1:1-3 . . . . . . . #biblestudy #readscripture #readthroughthebible #riseintheword
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