Trusting God April Bible Reading Challenge

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trusting god bible reading challenge

Do you ever feel like your relationship with God is limited by your ability to trust him fully? Oh, you trust him for eternal salvation, but perhaps you forget to trust him for everyday solutions? What if you took a month to read what the Bible has to say about trusting God?

Welcome to the April Bible reading challenge information post! I am so excited to share with you that the April Bible reading challenge is going to be brand NEW. Beginning April 1st, we are using a topical Bible reading plan for the month. And the topic? Trusting God.

If you’re new to the Bible Reading Challenge, we simply follow the schedule for each day of the month. Each Friday, I share what I learned for the week and we join in together in conversation through the comments. If you are a blog subscriber, then you will receive the Friday post in your email inbox as a reminder to come by and check in to see what everyone is learning.

I’m really excited to read through a topical plan and learn all that God has for us together!!

For April, follow the schedule below for the topical reading schedule:

  1. Psalm 20:1-9
  2. Psalm 62:1-12
  3. Isaiah 26:1-13
  4. Psalm 37:1-13
  5. Psalm 37:14-26
  6. Psalm 37:27-40
  7. John 14:1-10
  8. John 14:11-21
  9. John 14:22-31
  10. Psalm 46:1-11
  11. Psalm 118:1-13
  12. Psalm 118:14-29
  13. Proverbs 30:1-9
  14. Psalm 5:1-12
  15. Psalm 86:1-9
  16. Psalm 86:10-17
  17. Luke 12:24-31
  18. Proverbs 3:1-8
  19. Isaiah 50:4-11
  20. Psalm 91:1-16
  21. Jeremiah 17:5-10
  22. Psalm 78:1-11
  23. Psalm 78:12-29
  24. Psalm 78:30-42
  25. Psalm 78:43-55
  26. Psalm 78:56-72
  27. Psalm 115:1-9
  28. Psalm 115:10-18
  29. Romans 15:1-13
  30. Isaiah 43:1-12

To make it easy to save to your phone or print, enjoy this graphic for the April Bible reading challenge:

trusting God topical Bible reading

If you click on April Topical Bible Reading Plan or the graphic above, a pdf will open with two copies of the printable schedule on one 8.5×11 sheet of paper. Share one with a friend!

My prayer is that God will use this reading to grow your trust in his will, his way, and his timing.

What can I do to make it the best it can be for you to do this challenge? Please, let me know!



  1. Thank you so much for this reading plan! My Bible study group just finished our study & I was able to share this with the ladies at my table as something they can do during our break. A few of my gals picked “trust” as their word for 2015. I’ve been reading through this as well and have just really loved learning/remembering WHO God is, who we are putting our trust in. It’s such an awesome reminder and encouragement. Thank you.

  2. I’m the third day in and I’m really enjoying re-reading the Scripture and pulling new life from them! Thank you for putting this together for us!
    I’d love to do this/have this kind of interaction with my readers as well! Its so encouraging!

  3. Love your post. And it’s so trust, I trust God for eternal salvation, but not sure I really do for everything else. Looking for to this months reading and praying that I stick with it and can hear Him. Blessings, Cindy

  4. Thanks for the graphic-so pretty!

  5. Charlotte says:

    Looking forward to this new Bible reading challenge! Love that be using scripture to build our trust in God! Thank you so much for the thought & prayer you put into your blog. I appreciate it so much!

  6. Thank you so much for your work! I too have been challenged to trust God in all aspects of my life! So much craziness right now in my life. I am encourage and excited to get back to reading my Bible daily. I read along with you in Jan and Feb, and half of March. This is just what I needed!

  7. I was grabbed by your opening paragraph.

    “Do you ever feel like your relationship with God is limited by your ability to trust him fully? Oh, you trust him for eternal salvation, but perhaps you forget to trust him for everyday solutions?”

    I know it was no coincidence that I saw your post. God has shown me in so many ways that He is trustworthy in everything and yet I still have trouble trusting Him to take care of the everyday problems and needs. Thank you for issuing this April Topical Bible Reading Challenge. I pray that my head and heart are open for God’s words/truths and that I stay committed to completing the challenge.

  8. Thanks for this bible readings, God has been speaking to me about this is trust for me in this hour.

  9. Hi Rachel. I love the printable; the March version had 2 charts side by side which felt like an encouragement to share with a friend. Now my friend is also reading along each day and receiving your emails, which has opened a line of “God conversation!” I did a cut and paste on the April chart (poorly done), to keep it going. Anyhooo, maybe in the coming months you could put 2 on a page for easy printing, for dorks like me who struggle with technology? Heh heh. Thanks so much! Kelly.

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