How to Read The HOLY BIBLE in just 30 Days (-or- 30 Weeks) - Day 14 (Week 14)

30-Day (30-Week) Crash Course in Scripture

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[ DAY 14 - Week 14 ]

This is a continuation of the Scripture reading schedule, on how to cover the entire Word of God--The Holy Bible (both Old and New Testaments) in 30 days. Each page will cover the particular lesson and assignment for that day's scheduled reading. The subject matter included on the page will also reflect a "cliff notes" style version of that topic and any highlights on those specific books and scripture verses.

This is a continuation of the Scripture reading schedule, on how to cover the entire Word of God--The Holy Bible (both Old and New Testaments) in 30 days (or 30 Weeks - for a more relaxed alternative schedule). Each page will cover the particular lesson and assignment for that day's scheduled reading. The subject matter included on the page will also reflect a "cliff notes" style version of that topic and any highlights on those specific books and scripture verses.

IF YOU ARE ALREADY USING THIS STUDY GUIDE - JUST SKIP DOWN TO THE OUTLINE BELOW

You will not just be reading the Bible from the front cover to the back, but more of an overview that is a mixture of various books from the Old & New Testaments, Psalms & Proverbs, and to give you a good overall combination and variety of subject matter in the process. There will be no quizzes or tests. This is meant to be an enjoyable and enlightening experience, not a labor.

This is an intensive "crash course" designed for the serious student (and fast reader) as we stated above and it should only be attempted if you have enough spare time to dedicate yourself fully to such an endeavor. One well recommended approach (time permitting) would be 30 days of prayer and fasting accompanied by this complete immersion into the Word of God. You would be utterly surprised what can be revealed to you with such a dedicated effort. This format of study however, might be difficult within the time frame allotted. If so, simply follow the alternative 30-week reading schedule instead. You should otherwise just proceed at your leisure and at a pace that is comfortable to you.

Why should we read the Bible? -- Look to the Bible itself for the answers!

I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you. (Psalm 119:11 NIV)

I will delight myself in thy statutes: I will not forget thy word
. (Psalm 119:16 KJV)

Teach me good judgment and knowledge: for I have believed thy commandments. Before I was  afflicted I went astray: but now have I kept thy word. Thou art good, and doest good;  teach me thy statutes.
(Psalm 119:66-68 KJV)

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. (Psalm 119:105 KJV)

Let my cry come near before thee, O LORD: give me understanding according to thy word.
(Psalm 119:169 KJV)

Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. (John 17:17 KJV)

Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to  be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.
(II Timothy 2:15 NIV)

The more time that we are able to spend with the Word of God (The Holy Bible), the more that the Holy Spirit is able to move in us and through us, as He enables us, strengthens us, and fills us with His joy! Any undertaking involving a thorough study of the Word of God will be educational at its least and is bound to produce other enlightening results as well.

The HOLY BIBLE
The HOLY BIBLE

The Holy Bible can reveal many things if you merely seek them out.

Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you. Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.
(Matthew 7:6-8 KJV)

This format does not require you to use a specific version of scripture either. I will many times quote from the New International version just for its ease of speaking in the modern English language. I ALWAYS refer back to the original King James version as this is probably the most literally accurate of all the English translations.

If you have access to a concordance (Bible thesaurus) and even a Hebrew translation or interlinear copy (English/Greek/Hebrew) to follow along with, by all means "dig in". Enjoy the Word of God and study it at every level that suits you. If that means you cannot follow the schedule in these outlines then don't worry either, work at your own pace without a schedule or time table.

The main thing is to help you get involved in reading and understanding the "Living Word  of God" (The Holy Bible) so that it may benefit you and have a real impact on your daily  living. Just pray with it while reading and let the Holy Spirit guide you.  -AMEN

I hope you find this a useful tool and study guide.
Enjoy and God bless!

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DAY 14 (Week 14) - Worship

Worship is always an important aspect of getting into a feeling of the Holy Spirit. Therefore we recommend reading your Psalm topics first as these are the original "songs of worship" dedicated to our Lord God.

PSALMS: 66-70

SUMMARY - Psalms and songs for the director of music; including those written by David as: Psalm 67, for stringed instruments; Psalm 69, to the tune of “Lilies”; Psalm 70, a petition of David.

DAY 14 (Week 14) - Old Testament Scripture

Book of 2 CHRONICLES: Chapters 1-12

SUMMARY - Solomon asks for wisdom, Preparations and building the Temple, the Temple’s furnishings, the Ark is brought to the Temple, Solomon dedicates the Temple, the LORD appears to Solomon; Solomon’s other activities; the Queen of Sheba visits Solomon, Solomon’s splendor; Solomon's death; Israel separates from Judah, Rehoboam fortifies Judah, Rehoboam’s family, Shishak King of Egypt attacks and plunders Jerusalem.

Book of 1 KINGS: Chapters 11-22

SUMMARY - Solomon’s many wives; as Solomon grows old his wives turn him towards other gods; the LORD raises adversaries to Solomon, Jeroboam rebels against Solomon; Rehoboam becomes King at his father Solomon's death; Israel rebels against Rehoboam; Jeroboam builds shrines to false gods for Israel, the Man of God from Judah, Ahijah’s prophecy against Jeroboam; Rehoboam remains King of Judah until his death; the successive Kings of Judah and Israel; Ahab becomes King of Israel and further angers the LORD; Elijah announces a great drought, Elijah and Obadiah, Elijah at Mount Carmel, Elijah flees to Horeb and the LORD appears to him; the calling of Elisha; Jezebel has Naboth killed for his vineyard, Micaiah prophesies against Ahab, Ahab is killed at Ramoth; Jehoshaphat becomes King of Judah and Ahaziah becomes King of Israel.

DAY 14 (Week 14) - New Testament Scripture

Book of ACTS: Chapter 17
1st Epistle to the THESSALONIANS: Chapters 1-5
2nd Epistle to the THESSALONIANS: Chapters 1-3

SUMMARY - Paul, Silas and Timothy in Thessalonica, they go to Berea; Paul goes to Athens and is distressed to see the city full of idols, Paul's proclamation about the "Unknown God"; The ministry of Thessalonia, Timothy's encouraging report; Living to please God and the coming of the Lord, closing instructions; 2nd Letter to Thessalonia, the coming of the Man of Lawlessness (Anti-Christ), Stand firm in your Faith, a warning against being idle.

DAY 14 (Week 14) - Daily Wisdom

Book of PROVERBS: Chapter 14

SUMMARY - The wisdom of King Solomon as written: the wise versus the foolish.

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SCRIPTURE STUDY RESOURCE

For additional study and research materials, you can also use this great online scripture resource:

Bible Gateway

It has an excellent Bible search tool and cross reference, with the Bible being made available in many of the different printed verions and various languages.

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