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Discipleship Resources

Scroll to find Bible Reading Plan, Weekly Sermon Discussion Questions, and Monthly Memorization Verse(s).

Daily Bible Reading Plan

Use this plan for your daily Bible reading.
Download the 2-year plan PDF here.

Sunday, November 21 2 Chronicles 12; 3 John; Nahum 2
Monday, November 22 2 Chronicles 13; Jude; Nahum 3
Tuesday, November 23 John 8
Wednesday, November 24 2 Chronicles 14; Revelation 1; Habakkuk 1
Thursday, November 25 2 Chronicles 15; Habakkuk 2
Friday, November 26 2 Chronicles 16; Revelation 2
Saturday, November 27 2 Chronicles 17; Habakkuk 3; John 9
Sunday, November 28 2 Chronicles 18: Zephaniah 1

Weekly Sermon Discussion Questions

Use these questions to reflect more deeply on this week's sermon.

    1. How might Peter’s words to the elders of these local churches to be “examples to the flock” be understood in light of the pressures Christians in the first century Roman world were facing? What temptations would these elders have faced? What kind of example was needed?

    2. Why is humility needed in times of suffering and hardship? In what ways might you need to grow in humility as our culture becomes increasingly unfriendly to Christianity?

    3. How does “knowing that the same kinds of suffering are being experienced by your brotherhood throughout the world” encourage you to resist “your adversary the devil” and “stand firm in your faith”?

    4. How does confidence that Christ “will himself restore, confirm, strengthen and establish” us, and that he has “dominion forever and ever” shape the way we respond to the world around us?

    Monthly Scripture Memorization

    Devote time to memorizing this passage of Scripture throughout the month.

    “Only on the evidence of two witnesses or of three witnesses shall a charge be established.” (Deuteronomy 19:15)

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