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On January 30, 2017, we started a plan to read and pray through the Psalms, over the course of 11 weeks (leading us right up to Easter Sunday). We will be reading 2 Psalms per day, one in the morning and one in the evening.
If you want to read through the Psalms, and especially if you want to understand and learn how to pray through them, apply them to your life and have it deepen your walk with Christ, this is the reading plan for you!
|Jan 30||Psalm 1||Psalm 2||March 9||Psalm 77||Psalm 78|
|Jan 31||Psalm 3||Psalm 4||March 10||Psalm 79||Psalm 80|
|Feb 1||Psalm 5||Psalm 6||March 11||Psalm 81||Psalm 82|
|Feb 2||Psalm 7||Psalm 8||March 12||Psalm 83||Psalm 84|
|Feb 3||Psalm 9||Psalm 10||March 13||Psalm 85||Psalm 86|
|Feb 4||Psalm 11||Psalm 12||March 14||Psalm 87||Psalm 88|
|Feb 5||Psalm 13||Psalm 14||March 15||Psalm 89||Psalm 90|
|Feb 6||Psalm 15||Psalm 16||March 16||Psalm 91||Psalm 92|
|Feb 7||Psalm 17||Psalm 18||March 17||Psalm 93||Psalm 94|
|Feb 8||Psalm 19||Psalm 20||March 18||Psalm 95||Psalm 96|
|Feb 9||Psalm 21||Psalm 22||March 19||Psalm 97||Psalm 98|
|Feb 10||Psalm 23||Psalm 24||March 20||Psalm 99||Psalm 100|
|Feb 11||Psalm 25||Psalm 26||March 21||Psalm 101||Psalm 102|
|Feb 12||Psalm 27||Psalm 28||March 22||Psalm 103||Psalm 104|
|Feb 13||Psalm 29||Psalm 30||March 23||Psalm 105||Psalm 106|
|Feb 14||Psalm 31||Psalm 32||March 24||Psalm 107||Psalm 108|
|Feb 15||Psalm 33||Psalm 34||March 25||Psalm 109||Psalm 110|
|Feb 16||Psalm 35||Psalm 36||March 26||Psalm 111||Psalm 112|
|Feb 17||Psalm 37||Psalm 38||March 27||Psalm 113||Psalm 114|
|Feb 18||Psalm 39||Psalm 40||March 28||Psalm 115||Psalm 116|
|Feb 19||Psalm 41||Psalm 42||March 29||Psalm 117||Psalm 118|
|Feb 20||Psalm 43||Psalm 44||March 30||Psalm 119:1-88||Psalm 119:89-176|
|Feb 21||Psalm 45||Psalm 46||March 31||Psalm 120||Psalm 121|
|Feb 22||Psalm 47||Psalm 48||Apr 1||Psalm 122||Psalm 123|
|Feb 23||Psalm 49||Psalm 50||Apr 2||Psalm 124||Psalm 125|
|Feb 24||Psalm 51||Psalm 52||Apr 3||Psalm 126||Psalm 127|
|Feb 25||Psalm 53||Psalm 54||Apr 4||Psalm 128||Psalm 129|
|Feb 26||Psalm 55||Psalm 56||Apr 5||Psalm 130||Psalm 131|
|Feb 27||Psalm 57||Psalm 58||Apr 6||Psalm 132||Psalm 133|
|Feb 28||Psalm 59||Psalm 60||Apr 7||Psalm 134||Psalm 135|
|March 1||Psalm 61||Psalm 62||Apr 8||Psalm 136||Psalm 137|
|March 2||Psalm 63||Psalm 74||Apr 9||Psalm 138||Psalm 139|
|March 3||Psalm 65||Psalm 66||Apr 10||Psalm 140||Psalm 141|
|March 4||Psalm 67||Psalm 68||Apr 11||Psalm 142||Psalm 143|
|March 5||Psalm 69||Psalm 70||Apr 12||Psalm 144||Psalm 145|
|March 6||Psalm 71||Psalm 72||Apr 13||Psalm 146||Psalm 147|
|March 7||Psalm 73||Psalm 74||Apr14||Psalm 148||Psalm 149|
|March 8||Psalm 75||Psalm 76||Apr 15||Psalm 150|
In addition to the daily Psalms readings, by downloading the PrayerMate App you'll be able to see the weekly memory verse, and see how you can be praying with the church and for your own heart.
Every year, thousands of Christians kick off their New Year with the desire to read through the bible in a year…and then fail. Some people, however, do make it through, but half the time their reading is simply to “just get through it” and check off a box. Little to no time is put into actually meditating on the verses or thinking them through. Let’s face it, it’s not quite as easy as it sound. But at the same time, it is one of the most fruitful and important things we can do as believers. Starting on January 1, 2015, we started a plan to go through the bible, from Genesis to Revelation over the course of TWO years, in order to give us less reading, so we can spend more time actually meditating on those texts and applying them in prayer.
If you want to read through the bible, and especially if you want to understand it and learn how to really apply it to your life and have it deepen your walk with Christ, this is the reading plan for you!
1. Printed hard copies of the plan are available at church.
2. Open the PDF of the plan to view online or download and print out.
3. Daily reminder through the PrayerMate App (see below).
4. Daily reading published online on our Facebook and Twitter page.
Additionally, one of the great features of this particular plan is that it coincides with a book called How to Read the Bible Book by Book by Gordon and Fee. Each day, as you read through the text, you can open up the book and they give you a guided tour of that exact set of Scriptures. The book is intended, however, not just to tell you what that section is about, but to teach you how to read the bible overall, as well as how to read individual books and passages. Over the course of two years, you will have learned far more about how to read through the bible effectively, getting a much greater understanding of God’s redemptive plan for mankind. Find the book on Amazon or purchase it at church (when in stock). It is available in a paperback as well as in e-book format.
Another feature of this bible reading plan is that we won’t just read through the bible cover to cover, but we will also be alternating between reading the Psalms and Proverbs. Over two years, we will read the Old and New Testament once each (in order), and we will be reading the Psalms and Proverbs four times each. The great thing about this is that the Psalms and Proverbs (Psalms in particular) more or less give us our “dictionary” or “language” for prayer, teaching us how to pray to the Lord. You will find yourself praying so much more effectively and passionately as you tie your prayers to the Word of God as you learn to “pray the Psalms.”
Going through the bible at a slower pace, and going through it with others, will be a tremendous blessing to you. Our goal as people is to learn more and more how to truly abide in Christ. It is when we abide that fruit is born in our lives. We see sin put to death, we receive power for ministry, and we see our hearts change. But how to abide becomes the trick for us. It is through the Word of God, prayer, and Gospel community that God has designed for His grace to flow from Him and to us through. Learning how to see these “means of grace” be conduits and streams that lead us back to the fountain of Christ will be the greatest benefit in your spiritual life. I hope you join us in this great pursuit of learning to abide in the love of Christ.