Welcome to the Week 4 check in post for the Bible in 90 Days with MomsToolbox!
Today is our 22nd day of reading, and our 4th weekly check in.
I’m keeping today’s post brief because my bet is that fitting in reading time is especially difficult right now. If you have school age kids, you are probably juggling end of the year errands, parties and such and I know that is time consuming. If you aren’t juggling that, then just the reading time is hard, in itself. You have likely spent about 22 hours in the Word over these past weeks. Doing that, and keeping the rest of your schedule intact is hard– but I also hope you have found it to be incredibly worthwhile.
If you are behind, I KNOW you can catch up– even if you are more than a week behind schedule… but it will take diligence and dedication to schedule and read all that you need to read.
This week’s resources
Download the following three sections of You Are Here in the Bible:
- 1 Samuel
- 2 Samuel
- 1 & 2 Kings (This has a great resource to use and keep things straight in these books. Print it out to follow along.)
To prevent you from doing research where you have questions and take away from your precious reading time, Bible in 90 Days founder Ted Cooper wrote this resource to give you a bit of perspective as to what you will encounter in this week’s reading. If you have other questions, try not to research them, but just ask God to explain when the time is right and keep reading. If you must, keep a journal of all your questions to refer to once you have completed the 90 days of reading.
This week’s reading schedule:
- Day 22 – 1 Samuel 28:20 – 2 Samuel 12:10
- Day 23 – 2 Samuel 12:11 – 2 Samuel 22:18
- Day 24 – 2 Samuel 22:19 – 1 Kings 7:37
- Day 25 – 1 Kings 7:38 – 1 Kings 16:20
- Day 26 – 1 Kings 16:21 – 2 Kings 4:37
- Day 27 – 2 Kings 4:38 – 2 Kings 15:26
- Day 28 – 2 Kings 15:27 – 2 Kings 25:30
You can also download the Bible in 90 Days reading schedule or, if you are using the official Bible in 90 Days Bible, you already have it marked in your Bible.
Make it a point to read every day no matter what, even if you don’t have a block of time, read something. Carry your Bible with you everywhere throughout the day until you get your reading finished. Plan on it taking about an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes per day.
Thanks so much for reading with me. Your reading encourages my reading… and the hundreds others, too, no doubt!
Soooo, ready to check in? Have you given anything up to make the time to read?
Leave a comment below this post and let us know how it’s going. Did you give anything up to make the time to read? If so, what have you given up? Has it been worth it? Tell us about it in the comments…
Thanks for reading with me!