A New Year

2020 is over and 2021 begins. None of us knows what 2021 will bring, but we do know if we keep God first in our lives that we will get through it. I pray that God will bless each of you with peace, comfort, joy, strength, and happiness this year as we go through what ever this ol’ sinful world can throw at us.

Over the past year we had a few Bible reading challenges. The Psalm Challenge, The Proverbs Challenge, and The New Testament Challenge. This year our challenge is reading the Old Testament in one year. The challenge is not really that hard, just 2 or 3 chapters a day. I will post the reading schedule each month and we can discuss what God lays on our hearts.

Here is the schedule for January 2021

January
Jan 1 Genesis 1, 2
Jan 2 Genesis 3, 4
Jan 3 Genesis 5, 6
Jan 4 Genesis 7, 8, 9
Jan 5 Genesis 10, 11
Jan 6 Genesis 12, 13, 14
Jan 7 Genesis 15, 16
Jan 8 Genesis 17, 18
Jan 9 Genesis 19, 20
Jan 10 Genesis 21, 22
Jan 11 Genesis 23, 24
Jan 12 Genesis 25, 26
Jan 13 Genesis 27, 28
Jan 14 Genesis 29, 30
Jan 15 Genesis 31, 32
Jan 16 Genesis 33, 34
Jan 17 Genesis 35, 36
Jan 18 Genesis 37, 38
Jan 19 Genesis 39, 40, 41
Jan 20 Genesis 42, 43, 44
Jan 21 Genesis 45, 46, 47
Jan 22 Genesis 48, 49, 50
Jan 23 Exodus 1, 2
Jan 24 Exodus 3, 4
Jan 25 Exodus 5, 6
Jan 26 Exodus 7, 8, 9
Jan 27 Exodus 10, 11
Jan 28 Exodus 12, 13, 14
Jan 29 Exodus 15, 16
Jan 30 Exodus 17, 18
Jan 31 Exodus 19, 20, 21

Published by Bobby Robinson, Jr

Biblical perspective on Life, Society, Culture, Politics, and Religion!

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