This is not meant to be a beating, but rather a tool to give you some help in reading and understanding God’s word. If you miss a day, and can “catch up: by doubling up, then sweet. If you can’t read on certain days, adjust the schedule to fit your life. I think you will find the schedule pretty easy to maintain if you keep just a bit of discipline.

With that said…………….

This week’s reading:
Monday: 1 Samuel 5 – 8
Tuesday: 1 Samuel 9 – 11
Wednesday: 1 Samuel 12 – 13
Thursday: 1 Samuel 14 – 16
Friday: 1 Samuel 17 – 19
Saturday: 1 Samuel 20 – 22
Sunday: 1 Samuel 23 – 25
Monday: 1 Samuel 26 – 28

Summary:
Monday
: John 1 – 3
John 1 provides the seminal understanding of Jesus as God; the Word who is and abides with God, taking on flesh and what that means. The chapter continues with the testimony of John the Baptist and Jesus’ beginning His public ministry. Chapter 2 begins the miraculous in John as Jesus turns the water into wine and clears the Temple during Passover. John 3 has a lengthy conversation with Nicodemus and the final testimony of John the Baptist.
Tuesday: John 4 – 6
John 4 sees Jesus traveling through Samaria and the woman at the well encounter which leads to believing Samaritans. Chapter 5 sees another miracle, this time healing, before a long teaching section on the witness of Jesus and who He is. Chapter 6 gives the feeding of the 5,000, Jesus walking on water, and teaching that divides the people.
Wednesday: John 7 – 9
Chapters 7 & 8 give the teaching to the crowds that are following Jesus. John 9 shows the healing of the man born blind and the controversy that is sparked.
Thursday: John 10 – 14
Chapter 10 is the good shepherd chapter as Jesus again in John claims He is God. Chapter 11 demonstrates Jesus’ deity as He raises Lazarus from the dead. John 12 is the Triumphal Entry and Jesus teaching. John 13 is the Lord’s Supper and predicted betrayal by Judas. John 14 begins the “Upper Room Discourse” in which Jesus comforts, teaches, and prepares His disciples; beginning with the promise of the Holy Spirit.
Friday: John 15 – 17
John 15 continues the “Discourse” with the parable of vines and branches and the disciples in the world. Chapter 16 again promises the Spirit as Jesus prepares the disciples for His death. John ends the “Discourse” with the “High Priestly Prayer” and the future glory of Christ.
Saturday: John 18 – 21
Chapter 18 begins with Judas betraying Jesus during His arrest as Jesus goes about His “trials”. John 19 is the crucifixion and burial of Jesus. Chapter 20 goes straight to the empty tomb and Jesus again with the disciples. John 21 completes the Gospel with the restoration of Peter.
Sunday: 1 Samuel 1 – 4
Chapter 1 starts the story of Samuel with his parents: their faithfulness and God’s provision and blessing. Chapter 2 is the praise of Hannah for God and His work. It is also the comparison of Samuel’s parents with Eli and his sons the priests. 1 Samuel 3 is the call of Samuel as a boy to prophetic ministry. Chapter 4 gives the loss of Israel in battle as the Ark of the Covenant is taken and Eli & his sons are killed.