This week’s daily readings are listed below, along with some questions to guide your reading.
I Peter 1
According to God’s plan, how do we become the elect? What must we maintain to be kept by the power of God? Why is our faith tested? What do you receive at the end of your faith? When do you receive it? How should we conduct ourselves as we wait for Jesus’ return? What is God’s commandment for us? How is God going to judge us? When was Jesus foreordained as the Lamb of salvation? How do we purify our souls?
I Peter 2
How should we desire the Word? Why should we desire the Word? How will others be able to glorify God through us?What are our spiritual sacrifices? What type of suffering is commendable before God? What example of suffering did Jesus leave for us?
What does being submissive to your husband mean? Where should a woman’s beauty lie? What characteristic of a woman is precious in the sight of God? How should the husband treat the wife? How do we sanctify God in our hearts? Who are the spirits in prison that Jesus preached to? What is baptism?
How should we spend the remainder of our lives? Who are the dead that are preached to? How does love cover sins? If we suffer as a Christian, who do we glorify? Who will God judge first? Is a righteous person easily saved? What must we do even through suffering and persecution?
How should overseers not serve? What should overseers not seek? How should we watch for the devil? What do our sufferings or trials produce in us?
Who only had the power to rebuke the devil? How do some people pursue the way of Balaam? How have some followed the way of Korah? Who are the wondering stars? What will happen to them? How do we keep ourselves in the love of God?
“The Journey” is Living Springs’ commitment to read at least a chapter of the Bible every day. We follow the same reading schedule so that we can encourage each other along the way. And our pastors post occasional blogs about the readings to instruct and inspire us.
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