A new year provides a new opportunity to set important goals and form important habits like daily Bible reading and prayer. To strengthen our walk with God and unify us together as a church, we're providing two special resources that help us maintain a realistic, consistent, personal time with the Lord.
This plan focuses on one Old Testament chapter each weekday. On Saturdays we'll review what we've read that week, and on Sundays we'll preview the chapters of the week ahead. <<Click here>> for related info and resources, including some audio Bible resources.
Numbers 6 - What is the blessing that Aaron and his sons spoke to the people?
Numbers 7 - What must they be careful not to do when taking the census?
Numbers 8 - What were the ages prescribed for young men to serve in the tabernacle as Levites?
Numbers 9 - What was the specific time at which the Passover was to be kept?
Numbers 10 - What occurred on the twentieth day of the second month, in the second year?
This guide will help us worship and thank God, confess our need, intercede for others, and make personal requests on a regular basis. A special feature of this guide is that it enables us to pray for one another and for important requests we often overlook. On Saturdays we'll ask God for opportunities to be a blessing, and on Sundays we'll prepare our hearts for worship.
Another resource we'll rely upon is each other! As you study God's Word and pray throughout the week, be sure to reach out to another person in the church to share what you're learning, any questions you have, and any prayer answers or requests on your heart. We'll also provide opportunities to share testimonies in our Sunday worship of how God is working in your personal walk with him!