Bible Reading Plan

The Salvation Army Bible Reading Plan

The following Bible reading plan was created especially for new Christians to assist you in your spiritual growth.

 

Week One

SOME THINGS I SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GOD THE FATHER

  Sunday: Our heavenly Father
Matthew 6:26
Thursday: He knows everything
Acts 15:18
  Monday: He is a Spirit
John 4:24
Friday: He loves the world
John 3:16
  Tuesday: He always was
Psalm 90:1,2
Saturday: He loves me
I John 4:7,9
  Wednesday: He is all powerful
Matthew 19:26
VERSE TO REMEMBER - John 3:16

 


Week Two

SOME THINGS I SHOULD KNOW ABOUT HEAVEN

  Sunday: Jesus is the Way
John 14:6
Thursday: Thursday: There is no sin there
Revelation 21:27
  Monday: It is a beautiful place
Revelation 21:18,19
Friday: Friday: Heaven is a prepared place
John 14:1,2
  Tuesday: Tuesday: It is a happy place
Revelation 21:4
Saturday: God's throne is in Heaven
Isaiah 66:1
  Wednesday: It is a wonderful place
Revelation 21:10-16
VERSE TO REMEMBER - John 14:2

 


Week Three

SOME THINGS I SHOULD KNOW ABOUT SIN

  Sunday: Everyone has sinned
Romans 3:23 & Isaiah 53:6
Thursday: God will forgive
I John 1:19
  Monday: All unrighteousness
(anything that doesn't please God) is SIN
I John 5:17
Friday: Do not continue to sin
Romans 6:12-14
  Tuesday: God hates sin
Proverbs 6:16-19
Saturday: Do not cause someone else to sin
Romans 14:13
  Wednesday: Punishment for sin
Romans 6:23
VERSE TO REMEMBER - Romans 6:23

 


Week Four

SOME THINGS I SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE LORD JESUS

Connect

  Sunday: He is God's Son
Luke 1:32
Thursday: He is called the Good Shepherd
John 10:11
  Monday: Why Jesus came into the world
I Timothy 1:15
Friday: Why we love Jesus
I John 4:19
  Tuesday: Jesus loves children
Luke 18:16
Saturday: What Jesus wants us to give Him
Proverbs 23:26
  Wednesday: Jesus never changes
Hebrews 13:8
VERSE TO REMEMBER - I John 4:19
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