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:
: 1 Chronicles 5 – 7
Tuesday: 1 Chronicles 8 – 10
Wednesday: 1 Chronicles 11 – 13
Thursday: 1 Chronicles 14 – 16
Friday: 1 Chronicles 17 – 19
Saturday: 1 Chronicles 20 – 22
Sunday:  1 Chronicles 23 – 25
Monday: 1 Chronicles 26 – 29

: Acts 8 – 10
Acts 8 begins with Saul’s persecution leading to evangelism as the church spreads.  Philip evangelises in Samaria and the Ethiopian eunuch.  Chapter 9 presents the conversion of Saul and the ministry of Peter.  Acts 10 sends the Gospel and the Holy Spirit to even the Gentiles as Peter preaches to Cornelius.
Tuesday: Acts 11 – 14
Acts 11 sees Peter’s reports of the Spirit on the move and the Gospel spreading.  Chapter 12 sees Peter arrested by Herod and released by God.  Acts 13 & 14 begin Paul’s missionary work as he embarks on his 1st missionary journey.
Wednesday: Acts 15 – 17
Acts 15 gives the Jerusalem council which refutes the false Judaizers of the early church and concludes with the beginning of Paul’s 2nd missionary journey.  Acts 16 sees Paul enter into Greece where he preaches and is imprisoned.  Chapter 17 continues Paul’s travels and ministry.
Thursday: Acts 18 – 21
Chapter 18 sees Paul arrive in Corinth before going to Antioch where the 3rd missionary journey will begin.  Chapters 19 – 21 see Paul travel through most of the areas he has been on his way to Jerusalem where he is seized by Temple authorities.
Friday: Acts 22 – 24
Acts 22 – 23 see Paul defending himself and the Gospel before the Jewish authorities as he is guarded by the Romans. (Note: This unlikely turn of events is a testimony to the power of God as He is preserving Paul to accomplish the work God has laid out.)  Acts 24 begins Paul’s work before the ruling elite of Israel.
Saturday: Acts 25 – 28
Chapters 25 – 26 continues Paul before the “royalty”.  Chapter 27 begins Paul’s trip to Rome.  Acts 28 concludes the account of the book as Paul is in Rome preaching and teaching.
Sunday:  1 Chronicles 1 – 4
Chapters 1 – 4 are a genealogy of the royal line of Judah.