The gospel of John is deep. It is rich in symbolism and theology. It is the last gospel actually written. It is the book of the seven signs and the seven “I AM”. I’m actually going thru this gospel for my second time during my bible in one year reading plan. In this bible study reading plan, the gospel of John has been divided to be read in 40 days.
With this reading plan, we have now covered all four gospels. If you missed our bible study on the gospel of Matthew, here is the reading plan to follow. If you missed our prior bible study reading plan for the gospels of Mark and Luke, click on this link.
Below is the actual plan. Each day will require a few minutes for reading Scripture, reflection and prayer. I try to keep these reading schedules to no more than 10 minutes of reading a day so that it easily fits into your daily routine.
If you click on the timeline image below, it will take you to a PDF that you can download, print and place in your bible or prayer journal.
Why not share this with friends and follow it together to do your bible study? Soon, I will create plans for Exodus (this is a great Old Testament book that I really enjoyed), Pauline letters, and other books. I am hoping to create theme ones as well. For example, I want to create one for women in the bible, another for the married couple, etc. so stay tuned.
I’ve found in my time in the Word that God reveals Himself to me in Scripture. There is so much about Him that I hadn’t known before. You can do your readings how you prefer, but if you want, the prayer journals that I link to in the PDF were created while I was in His Word. I followed this structure daily while in the Word and my relationship with God has grown exponentially.
I hope you enjoy your time in the Word. He’s there. He’s waiting for you.
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