One Year Chronological Bible Reading Plan, Part 6

Heyeah come da Judge(s)… “I know to you I may look old, hope this statement ain’t too bold, but heyeah come de’ Judge, heyeah come de’ Judge!” That’s right! The book of Judges is up next and Judge Pigmeat Markham isn’t mentioned once! Haha!

What I see when I read the events in Judges is the US of A and nations all around the globe, all throughout time, replaying the same tragic tales over and over because of the original lie, “…you will be like God,…” Almost 3,000 years ago, King Solomon said (he hasn’t been born yet at this point in the story), “And there is nothing new under the sun.” If that was true waaaaay back then, imagine how much truer it is today? Watch the <8-minute video linked below and allow yourself to see stories of God’s unending, unfailing grace for His wretched people and let yourself understand that we’ve been granted EVEN MORE grace than they! WOW!

Monday, April 1Judges 6
Tuesday, April 2Judges 7-9
Wednesday, April 3Judges 10-12
Thursday, April 4Judges 13-16
Friday, April 5Judges 17-18
Saturday, April 6Judges 19-21
Sunday, April 7Ruth 1-4
Monday, April 81 Samuel 1-3
Tuesday, April 91 Samuel 4-7
Wednesday, April 101 Samuel 8-11
Thursday, April 111 Samuel 12-15
Friday, April 121 Samuel 16-17
Saturday, April 131 Samuel 18-20, Psalms 11, 59
Sunday, April 141 Samuel 21-24, Psalm 57
Monday, April 15Psalms 7, 27, 31, 34, 53
Tuesday, April 16Psalms 56, 120, 140-142
Wednesday, April 171 Samuel 25-28:2
Thursday, April 18Psalms 17, 35, 54, 63
Friday, April 191 Chronicles 1-2
Saturday, April 20Psalm 43-45, 49, 84-85, 87
Sunday, April 211 Chronicles 3-5
Monday, April 22Psalms 73, 77-78
Tuesday, April 231 Chronicles 6
Wednesday, April 24Psalms 81, 88, 92-93
Thursday, April 251 Chronicles 7-9
Friday, April 26Psalms 102-104
Saturday, April 271 Samuel 28:3-31:13, Psalm 18
Sunday, April 281 Chronicles 10-12
Monday, April 29Psalms 121, 123-125, 128-130
Tuesday, April 30Psalm 133

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