Bible Reading Challenge Check-In

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Hey there! Monday  is here- once again! It’s time for us to check in with one another on the Bible Reading Challenge.

I truly hope you are enjoying your time in God’s Word each day and that the challenge is providing accountability for you.I am *almost* on track! The Proverbs are sticking with me each day throughout the day.

What was your favorite passage you read this week? 

I’d love to hear from you to see how your reading is going. Will you leave a comment today so we can continue to keep one another encouraged?

Have a great day!

Rachel

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14 Comments

  1. Linda in Maryville says:

    Wow! I am on target, I just forgot to reply until today! Sorry girls!

  2. Here is is Monday night and I’m just now getting finished with my reading for today. It is hard to choose a fav. I did love today’s reading from John 1:1-3… I love those verses where Jesus tells us He is preparing a place for us and coming back for us.

  3. Shelley Cook says:

    I am loving the Gospel of John. I don’t think I’ve ever actually read it all the way through. It is so different from the others and I really feel like we get to see a more personal side of Jesus for some reason (anyone else?). My favorite passage, though was Ephesians 4:17b-19:

    And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge–that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.

    I love reminders of God’s love for us!

  4. pat hayes says:

    I was thinking of Gideon. The youngest and least thought of in his family. He was hiding in a wine press trying to thresh wheat. He was afraid of the midians. That’s where God found him when he had a job for him to do..I know that I have hidden from what I knew God wanted to do. What a difference it made when like Gideon I came out of hiding and let him work thru me. I am on track but it is easier since I’m retired.

  5. I have been blessed to keep up & I’m so grateful that I’ve learned that my entire day is affected by whether or not my Bible reading is done 1st thing & uninterrupted. It got messed up 1 day and the entire day was just off & frazzled. I cling to this time with both hands because it is sooo easy to get off track & fall in the pit.
    My favorite verses this week are actually in today’s reading. Proverbs 11: 13, 16, & 22. They tie to our Pastor’s sermon that about Esther being a Proverbs 31 woman & how far today’s society is from that. If we (& today’s girls/daughters) are looking to the world instead of to God, how lost & confused we are. We need to look to the Lord for our instruction and to be confident in who He calls us to be, then everything falls in place.
    Thank you so much for this time to share His peace & growth.

  6. Still on track. I have lots of aha moments as I read verses people have Said over the years.

  7. a little behind. But I am hoping this week while my hubby is laid off I can get caught up. Pray for time management for me. It seems the older I get the more I feel I have ADD. I go in one room to put something away and see 15 other things to do.

    1. Oh girl. I get it. Whenever someone uses the phrase “Give them a piece of my mind” I always think “I need every piece of mine I can keep.” 🙂

  8. Same here! Ooh-great question-my favorite passage this week was when Jesus raised Lazarus from the grave. Or, more specifically when He wept…had recently read a beautiful devotion on that same passage and so appreciate the imagery and reminder of how He is touched by what touches us.

    Happy Monday Everyone! Way to stay in God’s Word!!!

  9. Also still on track! 🙂

  10. Heather P says:

    Still on track!
    Encourage everyone to stick with it and not quit. Reading about the making of the tabernacle is hard, but God’s plan was put into place through the tabernacle and the veil that Moses wore is symbolic of the veil that was torn when Jesus died. Just a little tidbit of thought. 🙂

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