“I will delight myself in thy statutes: I will not forget thy word.”
Psalms 119:16 KJV

Welcome to Bible Reading Plan Recap – that time we do a quick summary of what we read in the Bible this week. It’s the 21st week of our daily Bible reading plan.

This week, we read from Mark 14-16, Galatians 3-6, Psalms 113-118, and 2 Samuel 14-24.

2 Samuel 14-24 continues with the treason of Absalom against his father, David. It covered one of the trying times in David’s life. He almost lost the kingdom because of this treason. He actually loses Absalom to this treason.

After this, the kingdom is restored unto him; and he praises God for delivering him from the hands of all his enemies. One of things to note about David in this trying season of his life is how his trust in God never wavered.

Psalms 113-118 continues with praises of God’s majesty and power, the futility of worshipping idols and thanksgiving for God’s deliverance from death.

We also read from Mark 14-16. It records the final days of Jesus on the earth. It begins with the plotting of the Pharisees to kill Jesus; the anointing of Jesus’ body for burial by the woman with the Alabaster flask of costly oil and the celebration of the Passover. After this, Judas betrays Jesus. He was crucified but He rose again! He rose again and commissioned the disciples (and us by extension) to preach the Gospel to the ends of the earth.

Galatians 3-6 continues with the explanation of Apostle Paul concerning the purpose of the law and how believers are justified by faith in Christ Jesus (Galatians 3). He wrote about the meaning of the old and new covenants and (Galatians 4).

After this, he admonished believers to stand fast in the liberty of Christ and not to subject ourselves to the dictates of the law because we now live by the Spirit. Then he concluded by instructing us to conduct ourselves in a manner befitting of a person who bears the Spirit of God.

And that’s what we read this week.

There shall be no Bible Reading Plan for today.

This is so that you can catch up on your Bible reading. Please take advantage of this opportunity.