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: 2 Chronicles 18 – 20
Tuesday: 2 Chronicles 21 – 23
Wednesday: 2 Chronicles 24 – 26
Thursday: 2 Chronicles 27 – 29
Friday: 2 Chronicles 30 – 32
Saturday: 2 Chronicles 33 – 36
Sunday: Romans 1 – 3
Monday: Romans 4 – 7
Monday: 1 Chronicles 26 – 29
Chapters 26 – 27 continue the numbering of Temple & army officials. Chapter 28 contains David’s public announcements about the Temple work. Chapter 29 moves from Temple focus to Solomon’s coronation (again) before concluding with the death of David.
Tuesday: 2 Chronicles 1 – 2
Chapter 1 shows Solomon’s worship, wealth, and wisdom. Chapter 2 finally begins the Temple work.
Wednesday: 2 Chronicles 3 – 5
Chapters 3 & 4 lay out the Temple both inside and out. Chapter 5 is the entrance of the Ark of the Covenant into the Temple and the Glory of God filling the Temple.
Thursday: 2 Chronicles 6 – 8
Chapter 6 is Solomon’s dedication prayer for the Temple. (Note: This prayer was important to both Solomon and the later exiles living on the other side of Israel’s apostasy.) Chapter 7 again shows God’s glory before the promises and warnings of God are given. Chapter 8 lists the work of Solomon.
Friday: 2 Chronicles 9 – 11
Chapter 9 is the famed visit from the Queen of Sheba and the death of Solomon. Chapter 10 recounts Rehoboam’s foolish reign and the Kingdom split. Chapter 11 details the reign of Rehoboam.
Saturday: 2 Chronicles 12 – 14
Chapter 12 brings war as Egypt invades Judah and plunders her. Chapter 13 moves to the reign of Abijah and the war between Israel and Judah. Chapter 14 shows the reign of Asa and some of his reforms. (Note: This is the focus in Judah during the books of Chronicles. Kings are compared favorable or negatively to David. Ultimately the wait is for the Godly king that reigns forever (Jesus); but each new ruler is a hope for Judah.)
Sunday: 2 Chronicles 15 – 17
Chapter 15 continues the good work of Asa. Chapter 16 sees the wars during Asa’s reign and his sin. Chapter 17 moves to the reign of Jehoshaphat and his good deeds.