Sunday, February 26, 2017

Bible Reading for March 2017

Here is our Bible reading calendar for March. I pray it will bring comfort and guidance to your heart. If you missed the introduction to this plan, please click here for important information. 

This month we will read the earliest books that were written to the church---James, Hebrews, and Galatians. 

You'll notice widows are included in the very first book to the church, the book of James! But first we start out picking up another section of Psalm 119 because it reminds us of the importance of God's Word and how beneficial it is for life. Other Psalms that I thought paired well with the New Testament chapters are interspersed this month too. 

I hope you're keeping a notebook of significant points from your Bible reading. If you haven't started yet, start one now, it's never too late. For some tips about keeping a notebook, click here.

Please share your thoughts and insights during this coming month. I'd love to hear how the Lord is speaking to you through His Word! And please don't mind the extra line on Sundays between the day and the Scripture reference. I don't know how it got there and I wasn't able to erase it either. Sometimes blogging is mind-boggling, lol.

♥ ferree

March 2017

Sunday
Monday
Tues
Wed
Thurs
Friday
Sat
1
2

3
4



Psalm 119:17-32
James 1 *
Psalm 7
James 2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
James 3
James 4
James 5
Psalm 85
Heb. 1
Psalm 102
Heb. 2
Heb. 3
Psalm 95
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Heb. 4
Heb. 5
Psalm 110
Heb. 6
Heb. 7
Heb. 8
Heb. 9
Psalm 51
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Heb. 10
Psalm 40
Heb. 11
Psalm 149
Heb. 12
Psalm 97
Heb. 13
Psalm 36
Psalm 66
Gal. 1
26
27
28
29
30
31
Gal. 2
Gal. 3
Gal. 4
Gal. 5
Gal. 6
Psalm 139

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