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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 2023 PDF reading plan here.

Sunday, January 29 Judges 14 • Psalm 119:121-128 • Joel 2:1-11 • Mark 9:38-50
Monday, January 30 Judges 15 • Psalm 119:129-136 • Joel 2:12-17 • Mark 10:1-12
Tuesday, January 31 Judges 16:1-22 • Psalm 119:137-144 • Joel 2:18-27 • Mark 10:13-31
Wednesday, February 1 Judges 16:23-31 • Psalm 119:145-152 • Joel 2:28-32 • Mark 10:32-45
Thursday, February 2 Judges 17 • Psalm 119:153-160 • Joel 3:1-16 • Mark 10:46-52
Friday, February 3 Judges 18 • Psalm 119:161-168 • Joel 3:17-21 • Mark 11:1-26
Saturday, February 4 Judges 19 • Psalm 119:169-176 • Amos 1:1-2 • Mark 11:27-33
Sunday, February 5 Judges 20 • Psalm 120 • Amos 1:3-2:5 • Mark 12:1-12

Weekly Sermon Discussion Questions

What, if anything, do you find curious, intriguing, or surprising about the way that Paul interprets the story of Old Testament Israel in 1 Corinthians 10:1-13?

What is the primary lesson that Paul wants the church to learn from the story of Old Testament Israel in 1 Corinthians 10:1-13?

What does Paul mean when he describes Christians as those “on whom the ends of the ages has come” (10:11)?

What does Paul mean when he says that God “will not let you be tempted beyond your ability” (10:13)? Do you believe this?

What are some lessons that we can learn from Paul’s teaching about the demoniac in verses 19-21? How should we apply this teaching to our lives today in the 21st century?

What are some practical ways you can apply Paul’s command to “flee from idolatry” (10:14) this week?

What does 1 Corinthians 10:16 teach us about the fellowship believers enjoy at the Lord’s Supper” (10:14)?

Monthly Scripture Memorization

“I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some”
(1 Corinthians 9:22).

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