This week’s daily readings are listed below, along with some questions to guide your reading.
Whose judgment did the angel show John? What was written on her forehead? What are the seven heads of the beast on which the woman sat? What are the ten horns of the beast on which the woman sat? What are the waters on which the woman sat? Who is the woman?
What did the mighty angel from heaven say? What did another voice from heaven say? What will the merchants of the earth do? Who will rejoice? What will the mighty angel who threw the stone into the sea say?
What will the great multitudes in heaven say? What will the twenty-four elders and the four living creatures say? Who is blessed? Who did John attempt to worship? What was the one sitting on the white horse called? What will the one on the white horse do? What did the angel say to the fowls? Who gathered to make war against the one that sat on the horse?
What did the angel with the key to the bottomless pit do? How long will Satan be bound? Who will live and reign with Christ for a thousand years? When will the rest of the dead live again? What will Satan do after the thousand years are expired? Into what was the devil cast? Who will stand before the great white throne? Upon what basis will they be judged? Who was cast into the lake of fire?
What did John see? What voice did he hear from heaven? Who will be cast into the lake which burns with fire and brimstone? What did one of the angels show John? What will be the size of the New Jerusalem? How will the walls be constructed? Of what will the streets be made?
What will be on either side of the river that flows from the throne? What will not exist in the New Jerusalem? Why should you not worship angels? Why did the angel tell John not to shut the book? What did Jesus say? Who will be blessed? Who says “come”? Who may drink of the water of life? How does John respond to the idea of the Lord coming quickly? How does the book end?
“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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