40 Day Bible Challenge

2021   40-DAY BIBLE READING CALENDAR   JANUARY
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
27 28 29 30 31   2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10
Day 1: Genesis 1-2
11
Day 2: Genesis 3
12
Day 3:
Genesis 15
Genesis 17:15-27
13
Day 4:
Genesis 21:1-7 Genesis 22
14
Day 5: Exodus 3-4
15
Day 6: Exodus 20
16
Day 7: Joshua 1
17
Day 8: I Samuel 16-17
18
Day 9:
1 Kings 3;
1 Kings
19
Day 10: 1 Kings 18
20
Day 11: 2 Kings 25
21
Day 12: Daniel 2-3
22
Day 13: Ezra 3
23
Day 14:
Isaiah 9 Isaiah 53
Isaiah 61
24
Day 15: Luke 1-2
25
Day 16: John 1:1-18
26
Day 17: Luke 4:14-44
27
Day 18: Matthew 5-6
28
Day 19: John 3
29
Day 20: John 5
30
Day 21: John 11
             
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2021   40-DAY BIBLE READING CALENDAR FEBRUARY
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
31 Day 23: John 17 2
Day 24: Matthew 26-27
3
Day 25: John 20
4
Day 26: Luke 24
5
Day 27: Acts 2
6
Day 28: Acts 9
7
Day 29: Acts 16
8
Day 30: Acts 26
9
Day 31: Romans 3
10
Day 32: Romans 7-8
11
Day 33.• 1 Corinthians 13
12
Day 34: 1 Corinthians 15
13
Day 35: Galatians 5
14
Day 36: Ephesians 6
15
Day 37:
Philippians 1:18-2:18
16
Day 38:
Colossians 3:1-17
17
Day 39: James 1
18
Day 40:
Revelation 21-22
19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28            
             

8QUESTIONS TO ASK.•

When we read God's Word, the Bible, it is helpful to ask questions of ourselves and the text in order to understand and apply.
(Interpreting) In reading this text:
What do I learn about God?
What do I learn about people?
What do I learn about relating to God?
What do I learn about relating to others?
(Applying) In reading this text:
What does God want me to understand/think?
What does God want me to believe?
What does God want me to desire?
What does God want me to do?
(Adapted from Asking the Right Questions: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Applying the Bible by Matthew S. Harmon)

BIBLE BASICS.•

The Bible is a collection of 66 individual writings (39 Old Testament, 27 New Testament). Written in many styles by many different authors under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The Bible was written in a specific historic time and place, so it was not written to you but it was written for you. The Bible is God's chosen means of revealing His character to His people. It is God's very Word, and is without error in all it speaks on and is the only rule of faith and life for the church.