Read Scripture Guide for Feburary 25 through March 3
- Grab a Bible. If it fits your style, also grab a journal to write in.
- Which Bible version is best? The one you read! If you don’t have one, let us know! Print, Online, and Apps are available.
- Invite family or friends to join you.
- Pray! Ask the Holy Spirit to help you as you read. HE WILL.
- Check to see if there is a video to watch today
- Look up and read the assigned reading for the day.
- Look up the assigned Psalm that day: pray it out loud.
- Pray! Ask the Father to apply those readings to your life and to help you join Jesus where He is already working. HE WILL.
- Rally together each Sunday at Lindwedel Winery at 9 am with questions and discussion.
- Let's get started!!
Prefer a printable study guide? Click this button which contains our reading guide from now through the end of March. All the videos will be here, so check back each week!
Read Deuteronomy 7-9, then Pray Psalm 55. That “deutero” part of Deuteronomy (deutero = second) rears its head a bunch in this section. Skim as needed. But read chapter 8 deeply. There is a reason God feels the need to say everything again. (Parents understand this well…)
Read Deuteronomy 10-12, then Pray Psalm 56. Consider chapter 12 in light of John 2:12-22.
Read Deuteronomy 13-14, then Pray Psalm 57. Skim this section a bit, but use this extra time to pray about remembering God’s Will for our lives each day, not certain foods or rituals, but to love our neighbors as ourselves.
Read Deuteronomy 15-16, then Pray Psalm 58. Good day for skimming and catching up if you are a bit behind. But trust in the Lord for His guidance as you keep rolling forward!
Read Deuteronomy 17-20, then Pray Psalm 59. This section is difficult. Why would God order His people to do this? The far too short answer: Genesis 15:13-15. Part of the long delay for the Israelites to take the Promised Land, was waiting for the inhabitants to complete their injustice before God. God is not unjust, He is not evil, He is not capricious. God is Love. God is Just. These two realities are ultimately displayed most clearly on the cross, when He Himself would die for a world, indeed for His own people, that rejected Him!
SKIM Deuteronomy 21-23, then Pray Psalm 60.
SKIM Deuteronomy 24-27, then Pray Psalm 61.
SKIM Deuteronomy 28-29, then Pray Psalm 62.