Do I really need to explain what the feeling of “not good enough” means?
Because we’ve all been there at times.Those times you were pretty sure that the points and laughter were directed towards you.That time you thought he or she loved you, but it turned out that was not the case. The instance from 20 years ago that still flies through your mind every so often, lingeringly floating, as if to say:
I suppose that I could choose a more elaborate word.
Maybe undesirable. Unaccepted. Unworthy.
Can I tell you that if you are a Christian, all of the above are lies from Satan himself? God’s Word declares the opposite is true.
You are desired and chased after by the most High God.
You are accepted in the beloved.
You are made worthy through the blood of Jesus.
No better ammunition exists to fire at the lies of Satan than God’s Word. Let’s dig down to the truth of the matter than your worth and confidence comes from Christ.
Welcome to the Confident in Christ Bible reading challenge! I’m so excited to follow up last month’s No Fear Bible reading challenge with this new challenge. Well, what are we waiting for?
Confident in Christ Bible Reading Challenge
If you’ve never joined a Bible reading challenge here before, each day we follow the plan and read the passage. You can share what you are learning on social media or just keep it between you and God. My goal through the reading is to draw closer to Jesus, and I want that for you too!
For this month, we will use the hashtag #ConfidentInHim. Almost every day, I post on Instagram or Facebook about what I’m learning through the passages and sometimes I post the Bible journaling pages I work on throughout the study.
On Fridays, I post a summary of what I learned through the week here on the blog and invite you to share what God is teaching you in the comments.
Additional/Optional Bible Reading Challenge Features
As you may know, I’ve been working on learning to Bible journal a little art and since you’ve been asking, I’ve got a FANTASTIC tool to help us both consistently read God’s Word, study it, meditate on it, and enjoy it. Use this Bible Journaling Guide to process the Bible reading through your choice of journal writing, art, or both.
1. Romans 8:1-8
2. Romans 8:9-17
3. Psalm 138:1-8
4. 1 Cor. 6:12-20
5. Ephesians 1:1-10
6. Philippians 1:1-11
7. Ephesians 2:1-7
8. Ephesians 2:8-17
9. 1 Peter 2:1-10
10. Isaiah 43:22-28
11. Proverbs 14:21-26
12. Philippians 4:8-13
13. Hebrews 4:11-16
14. Proverbs 3:21-27
15. John 1:9-18
16. Colossians 3:1-4
17. Acts 1:1-8
18. 1 John 5:6-14
19. 1 Cor. 15:50-58
20. Psalm 55:16-23
21. 2 Chron. 32:1-8
22. Psalm 20:1-7
23. Psalm 34:15-22
24. Isaiah 2:12-22
25. Galatians 2:15-21
26. Ephesians 4:1-6
27. John 14:1-6
28. Psalm 44:1-6
29. Hebrews 10:32-38
30. Philippians 3:1-11
31. Psalm 139:11-18
Printable or Digital
Just screenshot the graphic to your smartphone and mark it as a favorite for easy daily access. For a simple printable copy, click on the graphic or HERE and print out two copies of the Bible reading plan. Share one with a friend!
Can’t wait to read through the passages each day this month! Happy Bible reading!
By his grace,