“But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom you learned it…”
2 Timothy 3:14 ESV
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 28th week of our daily Bible reading plan.
This week, we read from Luke 10, 1 Thessalonians 2-4, Psalms 136-141.
We also finished up with our reading of 1 Chronicles and began reading from 2 Chronicles. So far, we’ve read 2 Chronicles 1-9.
In these chapters, we read again about the reign of King Solomon and his accomplishments, including the building of the Temple.
In Psalms 136-141, we read some psalms of praises to God. There are other psalms by David where he either entreated God for help, praised Him or extoled His majesty.
1 Thessalonians 2-4 contains endearing words from Paul to the church at Thessalonica. He expressed the hardship he faced, alongside other Apostles, because of the preaching of the Gospel to them.
He mentioned how he hoped to see them once again but had to send Timothy to them instead when he (Paul) was unable to make a trip down to Thessalonica.
Upon hearing Timothy’s good report about them, he expressed joy at this and encouraged them to keep preaching the gospel and walking in Christ in spite of persecutions.
Finally, in Luke 10, we read about the sending of the 72 to proclaim the coming of God’s kingdom, how Jesus rejoiced in the Spirit (agaliao) upon their (the 72) report, the parable of the Samaritan, and Jesus’ visit to the home of Mary and Martha.
And that’s all we read this week.
Have a beautiful weekend family. Please use it to catch up on your Bible reading if you’re not up to date
Bible Reading Plan:
Luke 11:1-13, 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11, Psalms 142, 2 Chronicles 10-12