“This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success.” – Joshua 1:8 NKJV

We are in a new year pregnant with a lot of promises. At the Overture, we received prophecies for the year. We received a watchword – It’s our year of light!

Most importantly, we were instructed to stay in the word of God (2 Timothy 2:15) and give ourselves to prayer (Luke 18:1, 1 Thessalonians 5:18).

All of this is exciting, but without a proper structure, they will remain mere words.

To aid our spiritual devotion, a new addition is being made to the Triumph30 devotional – a year-long Bible reading plan!

Every 6 days a week, portions of texts from two books from the Old and New Testament will be provided for Daily Bible Reading and Study. If followed ardently throughout the year, one would have read the entire Bible from cover to cover.

This plan is so structured so that you can discern the unity of the Scriptures as well as enjoy a variety of viewpoints.

Free days are created to enable you to catch up as well as study deeper if so desired.

If you commit yourself to this plan, you will be surprised to see how much difference it will make in your life. Not only will your growth be discernible, it will also help form the habit of daily bible reading in you.

You may be wondering how to stay committed to this plan, here are some suggestions:

First, create a personal schedule and stick to it. Second, get an accountability partner if need be. It will help your consistency. Third, get a Bible translation you understand. Finally, if you fall behind, don’t be discouraged, just try to catch up on the free days. Do not rush it.

Remember, this plan is not to make God happy with you, He is already. Neither is it to impress anyone, it is to help you have a consistent fellowship with God. So, take advantage of it.

That said, get set, grow! Begin your daily devotion by reading today’s texts.

Bible Reading Plan:
Matthew 1:1-17, Acts 1:1-11, Psalms 1, Genesis 1-2.