Here is another 40-day reading schedule. This one is a bible study for the gospel of Matthew. In my prior post, I shared a reading plan that covers the gospels of Mark and Luke in 40 days. If you missed our prior bible study reading plan for the gospels of Mark and Luke, click on this link.
Here is a second option for you. If you want to start with the first gospel, here is the bible study gospel of Matthew reading timeline. This bible study of the gospel of Matthew will take 40 days to complete.
Below is the actual plan. Each day will require a few minutes for reading Scripture, reflection and prayer. I keep these reading schedules to no more than 10 minutes of reading a day so that it easily fits into your daily routine.
Clicking on the timeline image below will take you to a PDF that you can download, print and place in your bible or prayer journal.
I’ve also created plans for the gospel of John I am in the process of creating one 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 (here’s one for Fathers), so stay tuned.
Prayer Lists and more
I don’t know if this happens to you, but I have people that ask me to pray for them and I’ll say yes and forget. I have so many things on my mind that I easily forget. I am a planner girl, but I couldn’t find a planner that suited that need. So, what did I do? I created my own. I created several actually.
All of my christian planners have space for a monthly Prayer List. I created 3-month undated daily planners. These are great for when you really need space to track things down on a daily basis. There is a Catholic version (it has a rosary on the cover) and a Christian version (cactus cover). The interior pages are exactly the same for both.
I also created 2021 Weekly and Monthly planners that contain a monthly Scripture verse, monthly Prayer Lists, goals, Books of the Bible and their chapters (this is great to keep track of what you’ve read during the year). You can read up on these planners in this blog post.
Time in His Word
My time in the Word is my sacred time. Every morning I look forward to meeting Him there. He reveals Himself and reveals to me whom I am and who I am called to be.
I hope you enjoy your time in the Word. He’s there. He’s waiting for you.