1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SEYMOUR WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A CHRISTIAN? Christian is the name given to followers of Jesus Christ. Why do we follow Jesus? God created us in His image so He could invite us into His presence where there is fullness of joy and pleasures forevermore (Psalm 16:11). In short, you were created to KNOW, LOVE, and SHOW God. Creation is the venue in which we live our purpose. The first humans, however, turned from God and were banished from His presence. Since all human beings were in Adam, all inherited his sinful nature. We sin because we are sinners, all of us. Because God is holy and just, as sinners we cannot live in His presence. Yet, God s plan has always been to reveal Himself to us through an ultimate act of love, justice, and GRACE! The Father sent His Son to live and die on the cross in our place as our substitute. This is what we call the gospel, or the good news. It is how God brings us to Himself: We must acknowledge our rebellion against God, turn from all other sources of salvation and ways of justifying ourselves before God, and put our trust in Jesus alone to bring us to God. (For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God 1 Peter 3:18.) When that happens, God makes us into new people. We are born again. Instead of being In Adam, God puts us In Christ. Everything that belongs to Jesus now belongs to us: His life, His death, His resurrection, and His inheritance. So Christians are followers of Jesus. He is the way, the truth, and the life. If you were created to live in God s perfect presence then ALL OF LIFE is about this: KNOWING, LOVING, AND SHOWING GOD. How do we know, love, and show God? Jesus has made Him known to us. Jesus has revealed God s holiness and love to us. Jesus has shown us how to live a life that reflects God s glory to others. And through the Holy Spirit, Jesus lives in us to do all these things. Jesus is coming again to make all creation new and those that are His will live in God s presence forever and our joy in Him will be full and complete! Are you a Christian (a follower of Christ)? Do you believe He is the Son of God come to take away your sins and give you new life? Have you confessed your rebellion against God, that you worship other gods? Do you trust in Jesus alone to bring you to God and that in Him alone is found the fullness of joy? All that is required is to turn to Jesus in faith, trusting that He alone can make you right with God and then receive His presence, His Holy Spirit, into your life.
2 2 WHY CHURCH? It s a legitimate question. Can you be a Christian without going to and/or belonging to a local church? Yes! Then why have church at all? Church is the word used to identify those God has rescued to Himself through Jesus Christ. If you are a Christian, you belong to His Church (His people). The Church is part of God s plan to reveal His glory through the grace of the gospel of Jesus. God is not just saving people. He is saving A PEOPLE. Since God is relational (Father, Son, and Spirit), He created us to flourish in relationships with others. The Church is the place where this is supposed to happen: God s people together, in God s place, and enjoying God s presence. Yes, churches are full of imperfect people and even imperfect leaders. Sometimes people in the church forget what the church is for. But that doesn t mean we should abandon the local church. The Church is part of God s plan to make followers of Christ who know Him, Love Him, and Show Him to one another. WHAT ABOUT FBC SEYMOUR? We are a Christ-centered church. Our teachings and our ministries focus on the person and work of Jesus because Christianity is about Christ. So we talk a lot about Jesus and try our best to make a big deal out of Him. We don t boast in our own goodness (because we have none) but only in Jesus and His cross. Only because of Christ are we part of His Church. FBC Seymour is a Southern Baptist Church. What does that mean? Basically it means that what we believe and what we do align with the historical faith and practice of the Baptist denomination and that we support the work of the Southern Baptist Convention, especially in our giving to support missions work done by the SBC. What do we believe? For a more complete look at what we believe, look here: 1. God: We believe in one God, eternally existing in three Persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. 2. Bible: We believe the Holy Bible is the inspired Word of God, without any error, the all-sufficient authority in matters of faith, doctrine, and Christian living. 3. Jesus: We believe in the Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ, and that He is fully God and fully man; We believe that He lived a sinless life; that He died on the cross for our sins, and that He rose bodily from the dead; We believe
3 3 that He ascended into heaven where He now sits at the right hand of the Father as our Great High Priest and Advocate. 4. Second Coming: We believe in the personal, bodily, imminent, and glorious return of the Lord Jesus Christ, and that His Second Coming inspires believers for dynamic and zealous life and service while waiting for His return. 5. Humanity: We believe that humankind was created in the image of God, but fell into sin and became separated from Him. We believe it is only by the atoning death and subsequent resurrection of Jesus and through the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit that humankind can experience salvation and obtain eternal life. 6. Salvation: We believe that eternal salvation is the free gift of God, based entirely upon the person and work of Jesus Christ, apart from man's works, and is possessed by any and all who repent of their sins and place their faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 7. Eternal Life: We believe in the bodily resurrection of the dead, the everlasting blessedness of the saved in heaven, and the everlasting punishment and separation from God of the unsaved in hell. 8. Church: We believe in a regenerated church membership: that is, only those persons who have made a public profession of their faith in Christ and been baptized by immersion shall be considered for membership in First Baptist Seymour. We believe in the autonomy of the local church. The church shall manage its own affairs and shall not be subject to any other religious body or organization. We believe that there are two ordinances for the church. The first is baptism by immersion, which symbolizes a person s union with Christ and identifies him/her as a Christian. The second is the Lord's Supper, which is a memorial to His suffering and death on the cross. These are ordinances to be observed by the church in obedience to Christ s commands, and they serve as a motivation for believers to pursue holiness; however, they are not to be regarded as a necessary means for salvation. 9. Christian Life: We believe that believers in Christ are sanctified and set apart unto God for His service: What do we do? Our mission is to be and develop followers of Jesus Christ who know God, love God, and show God. Our vision is to see people trusting Christ with their whole lives; living in God s presence glorifying and enjoying Him.
4 4 How do we try to accomplish our mission? Our goal is to be and make followers of Jesus through: Christ-Centered Worship: KNOW GOD- Worship is ascribing value or worth. Life is constant worship. We make decisions based on what we value most (what we worship). The root of all sin is the worship of creation instead of the Creator. But God alone is worthy of our worship because He is infinitely more valuable that what He created. All of creation is meant to move us to worship: what we eat, drink, our relationships, everything! Our worship of God is centered on Christ because He is the greatest display of God s glory and because without Him we would still be separated from God. Worship is the fuel for becoming more like Christ. o Corporate Worship: Worship is nurtured in corporate gatherings with fellow believers through praying, singing, teaching, preaching, and celebrating the ordinances together. Corporate worship provides us the opportunity to receive, remember, respond and rejoice in the work of our great King. Christ-Centered Community: LOVE GOD- God is relational and communal. Bearing the image of God, we are to reflect this reality. The Christian faith is to be lived out in communion with others. Christians don t just attend church; they belong to the church, to God s people. Church is a call to reject mere attendance and casual involvement for loving care, commitment, and service to one another. o Sunday School o Care Groups o Women s Ministry o Men s Ministry o Student Ministry o Children s Ministry o Golden Agers o Committees/Ministry Teams Christ-Centered Missions: SHOW GOD- God s mission is to extend His mercy and grace to others. The church is the conduit through which the truth and love of Jesus Christ reaches out to others. Through serving, giving, and going, both individually and corporately, we join God in His mission to spread the knowledge of His glory to the ends of the earth that He might be known, loved, and shown. o Wednesday Night Student/Children s Ministry o Van Ministry o Namibian Missions o Wednesday Night Parents Outreach o Personal Evangelism: 4XFour Challenge
5 5 What does a follower of Jesus look like? Here are the 10 CORE TRAITS we use to describe a follower of Jesus: Core Beliefs: God- I believe there is one God who exists in three persons and created all things that I might know Him, love Him, and show Him to others. Humanity- I believe that all people are loved by God, are sinful by nature, and need Jesus as their Savior. Sin- I believe sin is rebellion against God and the denial of Him as most glorious. Jesus- I believe Jesus is the eternal Son of God who came to earth, lived a perfect life, died a sacrificial death, and rose again so that through faith in Him I might be forgiven of my sins, receive His righteousness, and have eternal life with God. Holy Spirit- I believe the Holy Spirit is God and convicts me of my sins, lives in me from the moment of my salvation, and empowers me to live a life that glorifies God. Salvation: I believe my salvation is a gracious gift of God that I could never earn and never loose and that faith in Jesus Christ is the only way to receive God s gracious gift of salvation and adoption. Eternity- I believe there is a heaven and a hell and that Jesus Christ is returning to judge the earth and to establish His eternal kingdom. Church- I believe the church is made of all believers and is God's primary way to accomplish His purposes on earth today. Bible- I believe the Bible is the Word of God that is without error and has the right to command my belief and action. Christian Life- I believe God has saved me in order to live for His glory and enjoy Him forever in a life of service to Him. Core Virtues and Values: Love- I sacrificially and unconditionally love and forgive others. Joy- I have inner contentment and purpose in spite of my circumstances. Peace- I am free from anxiety because things are right between God, myself, and others. Patience- I take a long time to overheat and endure patiently under the unavoidable pressures of life. Kindness/Goodness- I choose to do the right things in my relationships with others. Faithfulness- I have established a good name with God and with others based on my long-term loyalty to those relationships.
6 6 Gentleness- I am thoughtful, considerate and calm in dealing with others. Self-Control- I have the power, through Christ, to control myself so that I may glorify God. Hope- I know that God s plans and purposes will come to pass. Humility- I submit my life to God and treat others as more important than myself. Core Practices: Worship- I worship God for who He is and what He has done for me. Prayer- I pray to God to know Him, to lay my requests before Him and to find direction for my daily life. Repentance- I confess sin in my life and work to turn from it. Bible Study- I study the Bible to know God, the truth, and to find direction for my daily life. Community- I fellowship with other Christians to accomplish God's purposes in my life, others' lives, and in the world. Giving away your life- I give away my life to fulfill God's purposes. Giving away your time- I give away my time to fulfill God's purposes. Giving away your money- I give away my money to fulfill God s purposes. Giving away your faith- I give away my faith so others can know God through Jesus. Using your spiritual gifts- I know and use my spiritual gifts to accomplish God's purposes. BELONG, BECOME, BEYOND God made you to Know Him, Love Him, and Show Him. That happens when we trust in Jesus as the Way, the Truth, and the Life. That s the purpose God made you for: living in God s presence, glorifying and enjoying Him forever. The Church exists to be the body of Christ on earth and to join God in His mission to spread the knowledge of His glory. This doesn t just happen. It is a process, a journey, that we all are traveling. We talk about this journey with these three words: Belong, Become, and Beyond. Before you can realize God s purpose for your life you must BELONG to Him through faith in Jesus. When you BELONG to God and His people you are being changed to BECOME more like Jesus. That process includes living BEYOND yourself in service to God.
7 7 PRAYER GUIDE This guide uses the A.C.T.S. (Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication) prayer model as a guide. This is not a secret formula in order for God to hear your prayers. Rather, this is simply helping you build a routine in your prayer life. That being said, here s how to use this guide: 1. Read the scripture for the given day. Remember there are only five days in the reading week, so utilize the two makeup days on the weekend if necessary. 2. Use the Prayer Guide and answer the Key Questions under each section. It can be helpful to write your responses on a sheet of paper or in a prayer journal. This can help maintain your focus during prayer. 3. Add the Church-Wide Supplications to your requests. If there was a particular person you prayed for, consider sending them a text, giving them a call, or sending them a note to tell them you prayed for them. ADORATION Prayers of adoration are prayers of worshipful praise to God for who He is his character, his nature, and his work. KEY QUESTION: What praiseworthy attribute(s) of God was on display in any of the texts that you read today? Praise God for these as you ve seen them in your life. CONFESSION Prayers of confession identify sins you have committed, agree with God that they are sins, admit that you did them, and express your desire to act in accordance with His will in the future. KEY QUESTIONS: Were there any sins on display in the text you read today (Characters disobeying God, the author identifying sinful deeds, etc.)? Are you guilty of sins similar to these? Are you tempted in similar ways? Confess these sins to him, and ask for help to avoid these temptations in the future.
8 8 THANKSGIVING Prayers of thanksgiving focus on specific ways God has provided for you. While similar to adoration, thanksgiving isn t praising God for who He is (creator, redeemer, healer, Lord, etc.), but for what He has done (healing my friend, saving my child, etc.). KEY QUESTIONS: Did God act in the text in a way that brought to mind a way He has acted on your behalf in the past? Thank Him for those things. If not, what has He done in your life for which you should be grateful? SUPPLICATION Prayers of supplication are simply making your requests known to God. In supplication, we are soldiers in the midst of battle, asking our commander for supplies. KEY QUESTIONS: What are you currently worried about? Where do you need God to intervene? Ask God for these things, remembering that He cares for you!
9 9 CHURCH-WIDE PRAYER GUIDE MONDAY Pray for the lost people in your life. Pray that they would come to faith in Jesus and that you would have opportunities to have spiritual conversations with them and with those God places in your path this week. TUESDAY Pray for the body of FBC Seymour. Ask God to unify us, that we might display the love of Christ to each other, to our community, and to the world. Pray for other church members, that they would grow deeper in their faith and love for one another. Ask God that He would use FBC Seymour to reach the lost. WEDNESDAY Pray for our Wednesday Night ministries to our children, youth, and parents. Pray for those that drive our vans that God would protect them. Pray that all involved would honor Jesus and that children and youth would come to know Him and follow Him. THURSDAY Pray for your enemies. Pray that God would bless them. Pray that God would soften your heart towards them and their heart towards you.
10 10 FRIDAY Pray for our government leaders, local, state, national, and international. Pray that God would give them wisdom and that they would trust Him with their decisions. Pray for leaders you know by name. SATURDAY Pray for our brothers and sisters around the world who are being persecuted. Pray that God would give them the strength to endure. Pray for Christ to be made known through their bloodshed. Pray for the missionaries that are at work around the world. Pray that they wouldn t lose heart. Pray that they would be encouraged today. SUNDAY Pray for the worship service at FBC. Pray that God would be exalted through the preached word. Pray that God would be praised through the corporate singing. Pray that people would come to repentance for indwelling sin. Pray that sinners would come to Christ today. Pray that the hearts of God s people in our church would be revived for His glory.
11 11 5 DAY READING GUIDE Week 1 Genesis 1-2; Mark 1; Psalm 19 Genesis 3-5; Mark 2; Genesis 6-8; Mark 3; Psalm 104 Genesis 9-11; Mark 4 Genesis 12-15; Mark 5; Psalm 148 Week 2 Genesis 16-18; Mark 6; Genesis 19-20; Mark 7; Psalm 1 Genesis 21-23; Mark 8; Psalm 107 Genesis 24-25; Mark 9; Psalm 4 Genesis 26-27; Mark 10 Week 3 Genesis 28-29; Mark 11 Genesis 30-31; Mark 12; Psalm 11 Genesis 32-34; Mark 13; Psalm 145 Genesis 35-37; Mark 14; Psalm 12 Genesis 38-40; Mark 15 Week 4 Genesis 41-42; Mark 16; Genesis 43-44; Galatians 1; Psalm 24 Genesis 45-46; Galatians 2; Psalm 108 Genesis 47-48; Galatians 3; Psalm 25 Genesis 49-50; Galatians 4 Week 5 Exodus 1-3; Galatians 5; Exodus 4-6; Galatians 6 Exodus 7-9; Ephesians 1; Psalm 105 Exodus 10-12; Ephesians 2; Exodus 13-15; Ephesians 3; Psalm 114 Week 6 Exodus 16-18; Ephesians 4; Exodus 19-21; Ephesians 5; Psalm 33 Exodus 22-24; Ephesians 6; Psalm 109 Exodus 25-27; Philippians 1; Psalm 90 Exodus 28-31; Philippians 2
12 12 Week 7 Exodus 32-34; Philippians 3 Exodus 35-37; Philippians 4; Psalm 26 Exodus 38-40; Hebrews 1; Leviticus 1-3; Hebrews 2; Psalm 27 Leviticus 4-7; Hebrews 3 Week 8 Leviticus 8-11; Hebrews 4; Psalm 110 Leviticus 12-14; Hebrews 5; Psalm 111 Leviticus 15-18; Hebrews 6; Psalm 31 Leviticus 19-20; Hebrews 7 Leviticus 21-23; Hebrews 8 Week 9 Leviticus 24-25; Hebrews 9; Psalm 81 Leviticus 26-27; Hebrews 10; Psalm 112 Numbers 1-2; Hebrews 11; Psalm 64 Numbers 3-5; Hebrews 12 Numbers 6-7; Hebrews 13 Week 10 Numbers 8-11; Colossians 1 Numbers 12-14; Colossians 2; Psalm 28 Numbers 15-18; Colossians 3; Psalm 113 Numbers 19-21; Colossians 4 Numbers 22-25; Luke 1 Week 11 Numbers 26-29; Luke 2 Numbers 30-33; Luke 3; Psalm 35 Numbers 34-36; Luke 4 Deuteronomy 1-3; Luke 5; Psalm 36 Deuteronomy 4-5; Luke 6 Week 12 Deuteronomy 6-9; Luke 7 Deuteronomy 10-14; Luke 8; Psalm 5 Deuteronomy 15-18; Luke 9; Psalm 115 Deuteronomy 19-22; Luke 10; Psalm 6 Deuteronomy 23-26; Luke 11 Week 13 Deuteronomy 27-31; Luke 12 Deuteronomy 32-34; Luke 13; Psalm 13 Joshua 1-4; Luke 14; Psalm 143 Joshua 5-8; Luke 15; Psalm 14 Joshua 9-13; Luke 16
13 13 Week 14 Joshua 14-17; Luke 17 Joshua 18-21; Luke 18; Psalm 15 Joshua 22-24; Luke 19; Psalm 116 Judges 1-3; Luke 20; Psalm 16 Judges 4-6; Luke 21 Week 15 Judges 7-8; Luke 22 Judges 9-11; Luke 23; Psalm 17 Judges 12-16; Luke 24; Psalm 146 Judges 17-18; Acts 1; Psalm 21 Judges 19-21; Acts 2 Week 16 Ruth 1-2; Acts 3; Ruth 3-4; Acts 4; Psalm 37 1 Samuel 1-2; Acts 5; Psalm Samuel 3-5; Acts 6; Psalm 23 1 Samuel 6-8; Acts 7 Week 17 1 Samuel 9-10; Acts 8 1 Samuel 11-13; Acts 9; Psalm 38 1 Samuel 14; Acts 10; Psalm Samuel 15-16; 1 Chronicles 1; Acts 11; Psalm 39 1 Samuel 17; 1 Chronicles 2; Acts 12 Week 18 1 Samuel 18-19; 1 Chronicles 3; Acts 13; Psalm 59 1 Samuel 20;1 Chronicles 4; Acts 14; Psalm 56, 57, Samuel 21-22; 1 Chronicles 5; Acts 15; Psalm 52 1 Samuel 23-24; 1 Chronicles 6; Acts 16; Psalm 54 1 Samuel 25; 1 Chronicles 7; Acts 17 Week 19 1 Samuel 26-27; 1 Chronicles 8; Acts 18 1 Samuel 28-29; 1 Chronicles 9; Acts 19 1 Samuel 30-31; 1 Chronicles 10; Acts 20 2 Samuel 1-2; 1 Chronicles 11; Acts 21; Psalm 96, Samuel 3-5; 1 Chronicles 12; Acts 22; Psalm 122 Week 20 2 Samuel 6; 1 Chronicles 13; Acts 23; Psalm 60 1 Chronicles 14-16; Acts 24 2 Samuel 7-8; 1 Chronicles 17; Acts 25; Psalm Samuel 9-10; 1 Chronicles 18-19; Acts 26; Psalm 89 2 Samuel 11-12; 1 Chronicles 20; Acts 27; Psalm 51, 32
14 14 Week 21 2 Samuel 13-14; Acts 28 2 Samuel 15-17; Romans 1; Psalms 3, 63 2 Samuel 18-20; Romans 2; Psalm 34 2 Samuel 21-23; Romans 3; Psalm 18 2 Samuel 24; 1 Chronicles 21; Romans 4 Week 22 1 Chronicles 22-25; Romans 5; Psalm 78 1 Kings 1; 1 Chronicles 26-28; Romans 6 1 Kings 2; 1 Chronicles 29; Romans 7 1 Kings 3; 2 Chronicles 1; Romans 8; Psalm 42 1 Kings 4; Prov 1-2; Romans 9; Psalm 43 Week 23 Proverbs 3-5; Romans 10; Proverbs 6-7; Romans 11; Psalm 7 Proverbs 8-10; Romans 12; Psalm 144 Proverbs 11-13; Romans 13; Psalm 8 Proverbs 14-15; Romans 14 Week 24 Proverbs 16-18; Romans 15 Proverbs 19-21; Romans 16; Psalm 40 Proverbs 22-23; 1 Thessalonians 1; Psalm 117 Proverbs 24-25; 1 Thessalonians 2; Psalm 41 Proverbs 26-28; 1 Thessalonians 3 Week 25 Proverbs 29-31; 1 Thessalonians 4 Songs 1-3; 1 Thessalonians 5; Psalm 72 Songs 4-6; 2 Thessalonians 1 Songs 7-8; 2 Thessalonians 2; Psalm Kings 5; 2 Chronicles 2; 2 Thessalonians 3 Week 26 1 Kings 6; 2 Chronicles 3; 1 Timothy 1 1 Kings 7; 2 Chronicles 4; 1 Timothy 2; Psalm 44 1 Kings 8; 1 Timothy 3; Psalm 30 2 Chronicles 5-7; 1 Timothy 4; Psalm Kings 9; 2 Chronicles 8; 1 Timothy 5 Week 27 1 Kings 10-11; 2 Chronicles 9; 1 Timothy 6 Ecclesiastes 1-3; 2 Timothy 1; Psalm 45 Ecclesiastes 4-6; 2 Timothy 2; Psalm 125 Ecclesiastes 7-9; 2 Timothy 3; Psalm 46 Ecclesiastes 10-12; 2 Timothy 4
15 15 Week 28 1 Kings 12; 2 Chronicles 10-11; Titus 1 1 Kings 13-14; 2 Chronicles 12; Titus 2; Psalm 47 1 Kings 15; 2 Chronicles 13-14; Titus 3 2 Chronicles 15-16; 1 Kings 16; Philemon 1 Kings 17-18; Jude; Psalm 119 Week 29 1 Kings 19-21; 2 Chronicles 17; Matthew 1; Psalm Kings 22; 2 Chronicles 18; Matthew 2 2 Chronicles 19-20; 2 Kings 1; Matthew 3; Psalm 20 2 Kings 2-3; Matthew 4; Psalm 48 2 Kings 4-6; Matthew 5 Week 30 2 Kings 7-8; 2 Chronicles 21; Matthew 6 2 Kings 9-10; Matthew 7; Psalm 49 2 Chronicles 22-23; 2 Kings 11; Matthew 8; Psalm Chronicles 24; 2 Kings 12; Matthew 9; Psalm 50 Joel; Matthew 10 Week 31 Jonah; Matthew 11 2 Kings 13-14; 2 Chronicles 25; Matthew 12; Psalm 53 Amos 1-3; Matthew 13 Amos 4-6; Matthew 14; Psalm 55 Amos 7-9; Matthew 15 Week 32 Hosea 1-3; Matthew 16 Hosea 4-6; Matthew 17; Psalm 58 Hosea 7-10; Matthew 18; Hosea 11-13; Matthew 19; Hosea 14; 2 Chronicles 26-27; Matthew 20; Psalm 61 Week 33 2 Kings 15-16; Matthew 21 Isaiah 1-3; Matthew 22; Psalm 9 Isaiah 4-6; Matthew 23; Micah 1-4; Matthew 24; Psalm 10 Micah 5-7; Matthew 25 Week 34 Isaiah 7-10; Matthew 26; Psalm 22 Isaiah 11-13; Matthew 27; Psalm 118 Isaiah 14-16; Matthew 28 Isaiah 17-19; 1 Corinthians 1; Psalm 62 Isaiah 20-22; 1 Corinthians 2
16 16 Week 35 Isaiah 23-25; 1 Corinthians 3 Isaiah 26-29; 1 Corinthians 4; Psalm 65 Isaiah 30-32; 1 Corinthians 5 Isaiah 33-35; 1 Corinthians 6 2 Chronicles 28; 2 Kings 17; 1 Corinthians 7; Psalm 66 Week 36 2 Chronicles 29-31; 1 Corinthians 8 2 Kings 18-19; 2 Chronicles 32; 1 Corinthians 9; Psalm 67 Isaiah 36-37; 1 Corinthians 10; Psalm Kings 20; Isaiah 38-40; 1 Corinthians 11; Psalm 68 Isaiah 41-44; 1 Corinthians 12 Week 37 Isaiah 45-48; 1 Corinthians 13 Isaiah 49-52; 1 Corinthians 14; Psalm 69 Isaiah 53-55; 1 Corinthians 15; Psalm 128 Isaiah 56-59; 1 Corinthians 16; Psalm 70 Isaiah 60-63; 2 Corinthians 1 Week 38 Isaiah 64-66; 2 Corinthians 2 2 Kings 21; 2 Chronicles 33; 2 Corinthians 3; Psalm 71 Nahum; 2 Corinthians 4; Psalm Kings 22-23; 2 Corinthians 5; Psalm 73 2 Chronicles 34-35; 2 Corinthians 6 Week 39 Habakkuk; 2 Corinthians 7 Zephaniah; 2 Corinthians 8; Psalm 74 Jeremiah 1-4; 2 Corinthians 9; Psalm 130 Jeremiah 5-7; 2 Corinthians 10; Psalm 75 Jeremiah 8-10; 2 Corinthians 11 Week 40 Jeremiah 11-13; 2 Corinthians 12 Jeremiah 14-16; 2 Corinthians 13; Psalm 76 Jeremiah 17-20; James 1 Jeremiah 22, 23, 26; James 2; Psalm 77 Jeremiah 25, 35, 36, 45; James 3; Psalm 133 Week 41 Jeremiah 27, 28, 29, 24; James 4 Jeremiah 37, 21, 34; James 5; Psalm 79 Jeremiah 30-33; 1 Peter 1 Jeremiah 38, 39, 52; 1 Peter 2 2 Kings 24-25; 2 Chronicles 36; 1 Peter 3; Psalm 126
17 17 Week 42 Lamentations; 1 Peter 4; Psalm 137 Obadiah; Jeremiah 40-42; 1 Peter 5; Psalm 147 Jeremiah 43, 44, 46; 2 Peter 1; Jeremiah 47, 48, 49; 2 Peter 2; Psalm 80 Jeremiah 50-51; 2 Peter 3 Week 43 Ezekiel 1-3; John 1 Ezekiel 4-6; John 2; Psalm 82 Ezekiel 7-9; John 3 Ezekiel 10-12; John 4; Psalm 83 Ezekiel 13-15; John 5; Psalm 136 Week 44 Ezekiel 16-18; John 6 Ezekiel 19-21; John 7; Psalm 84; Ezekiel 22-24; John 8; Psalm 134 Ezekiel 25-27; John 9; Psalm 85 Ezekiel 28-30; John 10 Week 45 Ezekiel 31-33; John 11 Ezekiel 34-36; John 12; Psalm 86 Ezekiel 37-39; John 13; Psalm 87 Ezekiel 40-42; John 14 Ezekiel 43-45; John 15; Psalm 135 Week 46 Ezekiel 46-48; John 16 Daniel 1-3; John 17; Psalm 88 Daniel 4-6; John 18 Daniel 7-9; John 19; Psalm 91 Daniel 10-12; John 20 Week 47 Ezra 1-2; John 21 Ezra 3-4; 1 John 1; Psalm 92 Haggai; Zechariah 1; 1 John 2; Psalm 138 Zechariah 2-5; 1 John 3; Psalm 93 Zechariah 6-8; 1 John 4 Week 48 Zechariah 9-11; 1 John 5 Zechariah 12-14; 2 John ; Psalm 94 Ezra 5-6; 3 John ; Psalm 95 Esther 1-3; Revelation 1; Psalm 139 Esther 4-6; Revelation 2
18 18 Week 49 Esther 7-10; Revelation 3 Ezra 7-10; Revelation 4; Psalm 97 Nehemiah 1-3; Revelation 5; Nehemiah 4-6; Revelation 6; Psalm 98 Nehemiah 7-9; Revelation 7; Psalm 140 Week 50 Nehemiah 10-13; Revelation 8 Malachi 1-4; Revelation 9; Psalm 2 Job 1-3; Revelation 10; Psalm 29 Job 4-7; Revelation 11; Psalm 99 Job 8-11; Revelation 12 Week 51 Job 12-14; Revelation 13; Psalm 100 Job 15-17; Revelation 14 Job 18-20; Revelation 15; Psalm 141 Job 21-23; Revelation 16; Psalm 101 Job 24-27; Revelation 17 Week 52 Job 28-30; Revelation 18 Job 31-33; Revelation 19; Psalm 102 Job 34-36; Revelation 20 Job 37-39; Revelation 21; Psalm 103 Job 40-42; Revelation 22; Psalm 150